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CHAPTER II OPERATION
CONTENTS
DOCUMENT WARRANTY................................................................................ i 1. GETTING STARTED .............................................................................. 1-1
1.1 Conventions Used in this Document ................................................... 1.2 LCT Communication Interface.............................................................. 1.2.1 Communications............................................................................... 1.2.2 Local Port Interface .......................................................................... 1.3 iPASOLINK Equipment Configuration ................................................. 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-2

2. INSTALL LOCAL CRAFT TERMINAL ................................................... 2-1


2.1 Hardware Requirements........................................................................ 2.2 Software Requirements......................................................................... 2.3 Operating System Environment ........................................................... 2.3.1 Verify Internet Explorer..................................................................... 2.3.2 Verify TCP/IP Settings...................................................................... 2.4 Recommended Settings for Browsing Software................................. 2.4.1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.......................................................... 2.4.2 Mozilla Firefox Version 3.6.x......................................................... 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-6 2-6 2-9

3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .................................................................. 3-1


3.1 General.................................................................................................... 3.2 System Configuration............................................................................ 3.2.1 IDU with Direct Antenna Connection................................................ 3.2.2 IDU HS/ HS with Direct Antenna Connection................................... 3.2.3 IDU HS/ Hybrid SD with Direct Antenna Connection ....................... 3.2.4 IDU Twin-Path FD with Direct Antenna Connection......................... 3.2.5 IDU HS SD with Antenna Direct Connection.................................... 3.2.6 The 2+0 Configuration...................................................................... 3.2.7 IDU n-Way........................................................................................ 3.3 System Overview ................................................................................... 3.3.1 Features ........................................................................................... 3.3.2 IDU Block Diagram........................................................................... 3.3.3 ODU Block Diagram ......................................................................... 3-1 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-4 3-5 3-5

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3.4 Interfaces ................................................................................................ 3-6 3.4.1 Overview .......................................................................................... 3-6 3.4.2 Baseband Interface .......................................................................... 3-7
3.4.2.1 3.4.2.2 3.4.2.3 3.4.2.4 3.4.2.5 E1 Interface [Universal Card] ................................................................ 3-7 LAN Interface 2 GbE (Ports 3, 4) (SFP) [MC-M Card] ....................... 3-7 LAN Interface 2 ETH (RJ45) [MC-M Card]......................................... 3-7 LAN Interface 4 GbE (2 SFP + 2 RJ45) [Universal Card] ............ 3-8 STM-1 Interface [Universal Card].......................................................... 3-8

3.4.3 ODU Interface .................................................................................. 3-8 3.4.4 LCT/NMS Interface........................................................................... 3-9


3.4.4.1 LCT Interface [MC-M Card] ................................................................... 3-9 3.4.4.2 NMS Interface [TERM-M Card] ............................................................. 3-9

3.4.5 Functional Card ................................................................................ 3-9


3.4.5.1 AUX Interface [Universal Card-Slot]...................................................... 3-9

3.4.6 Other Interfaces.............................................................................. 3-10


3.4.6.1 ALM/SC/CLK Interface ........................................................................ 3-10 3.4.6.2 USB Memory Interface ........................................................................ 3-10 3.4.6.3 Power Supply [PS-M Card] ................................................................. 3-10

4. NE SETUP .............................................................................................. 4-1


4.1 Login, Logout and Exit .......................................................................... 4.1.1 Log In to NE ..................................................................................... 4.1.2 Log Out from NE .............................................................................. 4.1.3 Exit WebLCT .................................................................................... 4.2 WebLCT Main Window .......................................................................... 4.3 User Management (Security Management) ......................................... 4.3.1 Overview .......................................................................................... 4-1 4-1 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-9 4-9

4.3.1.1 Access Level ......................................................................................... 4-9 4.3.1.2 User Group............................................................................................ 4-9

4.3.2 User Access Levels........................................................................ 4-10 4.3.3 Default User Account ..................................................................... 4-14 4.3.4 User Account.................................................................................. 4-14
4.3.4.1 Login User List .................................................................................... 4-15 4.3.4.2 User Account Management................................................................. 4-15 4.3.4.3 User Group Profile Configuration ........................................................ 4-25

4.3.5 Security Management .................................................................... 4-31


4.3.5.1 4.3.5.2 4.3.5.3 4.3.5.4 4.3.5.5 4.3.5.6 4.3.5.7 4.3.5.8 4.3.5.9 Overview ............................................................................................. 4-31 Service Status Setting ......................................................................... 4-38 SNMP .................................................................................................. 4-41 SNMP Community............................................................................... 4-43 SNMP Trap Entry ................................................................................ 4-49 NTP ..................................................................................................... 4-56 NTP Server Address ........................................................................... 4-59 FTP...................................................................................................... 4-64 HTTP ................................................................................................... 4-67

4.4 Register NE Configuration .................................................................. 4-69 4.4.1 Easy Setup Wizard......................................................................... 4-69
4.4.1.1 Easy Setup .......................................................................................... 4-69 4.4.1.2 MODEM Setup .................................................................................... 4-76

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4.4.1.3 Management Setup ............................................................................. 4-79 4.4.1.4 TDM Setup .......................................................................................... 4-81 4.4.1.5 ETH Setup........................................................................................... 4-83

4.4.2 Equipment Setup............................................................................ 4-87


4.4.2.1 4.4.2.2 4.4.2.3 4.4.2.4 Equipment Configuration..................................................................... 4-88 Radio Configuration............................................................................. 4-94 AMR Configuration .............................................................................. 4-99 Network Management Configuration................................................. 4-103

5. SYSTEM OPERATION ........................................................................... 5-1


5.1 Provisioning ........................................................................................... 5-1 5.1.1 Overview .......................................................................................... 5-1 5.1.2 Set MODEM Function ...................................................................... 5-2
5.1.2.1 5.1.2.2 5.1.2.3 5.1.2.4 5.1.2.5 5.1.2.6 Set MODEM Ports................................................................................. 5-2 Set Radio Switch Parameters ............................................................... 5-4 Set TX Power Parameters..................................................................... 5-7 Set ALM Mode..................................................................................... 5-11 Set XPIC.............................................................................................. 5-13 Set AMR .............................................................................................. 5-15

5.1.3 Set ETH Function ........................................................................... 5-17


5.1.3.1 Overview ............................................................................................. 5-17 5.1.3.2 Bridge Setting...................................................................................... 5-18 5.1.3.3 ETH Port Setting ................................................................................. 5-21 5.1.3.4 VLAN Setting....................................................................................... 5-23 5.1.3.5 FDB Setting ......................................................................................... 5-34 5.1.3.6 ETH OAM Setting................................................................................ 5-44 5.1.3.7 RSTP Setting....................................................................................... 5-66 5.1.3.8 QoS/Classification Setting................................................................... 5-71 5.1.3.9 Other ETH Port Setting ..................................................................... 5-107 5.1.3.10 LLF Setting ...................................................................................... 5-109 5.1.3.11 Broadcast Storm Control Setting..................................................... 5-117

5.1.4 Configure Crossconnection .......................................................... 5-120


5.1.4.1 E1 Port Setting .................................................................................. 5-120 5.1.4.2 STM-1 Port Setting............................................................................ 5-123 5.1.4.3 Cross Connect Setting ...................................................................... 5-129

5.1.5 Set Equipment Clock and Synchronization .................................. 5-141


5.1.5.1 Set Equipment Clock......................................................................... 5-141 5.1.5.2 Set EXT Clock ................................................................................... 5-145

5.1.6 Assign STM-1 (Through) Port for V.11/OW.................................. 5-148


5.1.6.1 V.11/SC Setting................................................................................. 5-148 5.1.6.2 Assign V.11 Directional Setting ......................................................... 5-155 5.1.6.3 Assign Orderwire Setting................................................................... 5-157

5.1.7 Configure Alarm/AIS Setting ........................................................ 5-161


5.1.7.1 Correlation Settings........................................................................... 5-161 5.1.7.2 AIS Setting ........................................................................................ 5-163 5.1.7.3 BER Threshold Setting...................................................................... 5-165

5.1.8 Assign PMON/RMON Settings..................................................... 5-169


5.1.8.1 PMON Threshold Setting .................................................................. 5-169 5.1.8.2 PMON Other...................................................................................... 5-179 5.1.8.3 RMON Threshold Setting .................................................................. 5-181

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5.1.8.4 RMON Other ..................................................................................... 5-184

5.1.9 AUX Setting.................................................................................. 5-188


5.1.9.1 AUX Input Setting.............................................................................. 5-188 5.1.9.2 AUX Output Setting ........................................................................... 5-197

6. ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS ......................................................... 6-1

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1. The information in this document is subject to change without prior notice. 2. Screenshots of LCT provided in this document are examples. Screenshot samples in this document should be the latest as of issuing time, however, their appearances may vary according to configurations, operation modes and specified parameters of the equipment, LCT applications release version, etc. 3. This document is provided on the assumption that the targeted users have skills and knowledge of restrictions and precautions to operate the equivalent equipment. Refer to the equipment manual for details.

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1. GETTING STARTED
1.1 Conventions Used in this Document
Following conventions are used throughout this document:

Style Italic Bold

Description Indicates a related document title/name. Menus and menu items Indications of parameters and buttons displayed on the user interface Names of items in the computer display File names and directory names

Examples: Refer to iPASOLINK Operation Manual for details The Overall window appears.

(arrow) < item >

Indicates transition of screens and/or menu items. A command variable to be entered, which requires the users choice or definition. Commonly used to prompt the user to enter a password. Indicates a keypad name using an uppercase for its first letter.

Select System Login/Logout. < password >

Initial Caps

Press Enter key.

1.2 LCT Communication Interface


1.2.1 Communications
The Local Craft Terminal (LCT) is a convenient tool to install and maintain the equipment. iPASOLINK uses the GUI method on WEB browser. In addition, this tool enables a remote connection.

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1.2.2 Local Port Interface


The LCT Port is provided on the equipment front:

(to LCT port)

LAN CABLE (10/100BASE-TX)

Figure 1-1 LCT Port

Connect the LAN Port on PC and LCT Port on the equipment front using a LAN Cable. Following are the specifications of LAN Port/Cable: 10/100BASE-TX RJ45

1.3 iPASOLINK Equipment Configuration


Following types of configurations are available by a single iPASOLINK 1000 IDU: 12-Way Nodal [Non-Protected (1+0)] Protected (1+1) with hot standby, space diversity, twin path with hitless switch. Six pairs of XPIC Ethernet-ring

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2.1 Hardware Requirements
Component CPU RAM HDD Display LAN Port USB Port For Windows XP Pentium M 1.6 GHz 512 MB or greater 40 GB or greater Color LCD (1024 768) 10/100BASE-T(X) For Windows Vista Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz 1 GB or greater 40 GB or greater Color LCD (1024 768) 10/100BASE-T(X) For Windows 7 Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz 1 GB or greater 40 GB or greater Color LCD (1024 768) 10/100BASE-T(X)

2.2 Software Requirements


Item Supported Operating System Requirement Windows XP [English Version] Windows Vista [English Version] Windows 7 [English Version] Browsing Software Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Mozilla Firefox Version 3.6 or later

2.3 Operating System Environment


Check if your PC satisfies the conditions below: Internet Explorer is installed TCP/IP Protocol is properly set.

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2.3.1 Verify Internet Explorer


Confirm that the Internet Explorer is installed on the PC for LCT. Following are examples of Windows XP:
Procedure 2-1

Verify Internet Explore

Click start button, then select: All Programs Internet Explorer [Start menu] or Programs Internet Explorer [Classic Start menu]

Programs

[Start menu]

[Classic Start menu]

Figure 2-1 Windows Start Menu

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2.3.2 Verify TCP/IP Settings


An IP Address of the PC for LCT will be automatically detected at and retrieved from DHCP Server of the NE.

Procedure 2-2

Set/Verify TCP/P Settings

Set the IP Address that is automatically retrieved:


1. Log on to the Operating System (Windows) as an Administrator. 2. From the start menu of the Windows, select Control Panel. [For the Classic Start menu, select Settings Control Panel.] The Control Panel appears. 3. Double-click the Network Connections icon.

Figure 2-2 Windows Control Panel

The Network Connections option window appears.

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4. Right-click on the Local Area Connection to show the pop-up menu, and select

Properties.

Figure 2-3 Network Connections Option Window

The Local Area Connection Properties option window appears.


5. Click on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) to select, and click the Properties

button.

Properties button

Figure 2-4 Local Area Connection Properties Option Window

The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties option window appears.

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6. Verify the following:

Figure 2-5 Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Option Window

Obtain an IP address automatically is selected. Obtain DNS server address automatically is selected.
7. When verified, click the OK button. The Local Area Connection Properties

option window appears.


8. Click the OK button to proceed. 9. Close the Network Connections option window when necessary.

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2.4 Recommended Settings for Browsing Software


Following are the recommended settings for the browsing software (browsers) available to operate LCT:

2.4.1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 8


Procedure 2-3

Set Tabbed Browsing Option

Tabbed Browsing option is recommended. 1. Start up the Internet Explorer 8. 2. Click Tools on the menu bar, and select Internet Options.

Figure 2-6 Internet Explorer Tools Menu

The Internet Options appears.


3. On the General tab, click Settings under Tabs option.

The Tabbed Browsing Settings option window appears.


Figure 2-7 Internet Options General

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4. Select Always open pop-ups in a new tab, then click the OK button.

Figure 2-8 Tabbed Browsing Settings Option Window

Proceed to Procedure 2-4.


Procedure 2-4

Set Security Options

1. Click Security tab to open the security options. 2. Click Custom level button.

Custom level button

Figure 2-9 Internet Options Security

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Security Settings Internet Zone option window appears. 3. Select Enable for Downloads Automatic prompting for file downloads

option.

Figure 2-10 Internet Options Security Settings Internet Zone 4. Click the OK button.

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2.4.2 Mozilla Firefox Version 3.6.x


Procedure 2-5

Customize Firefox

1. Start up the Firefox 3.6.x. 2. Click Tools on the menu bar, and select Options.

Figure 2-11 Firefox Tools Menu

The Options box appears.


3. Select Always ask me where to save files, then click the OK button.

Figure 2-12 Options General

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3.1 General
iPASOLINK 1000 is the equipment designed to converge the high density nodal applications, such as the cross-connections of 12 links, aggregation/distribution of multiple-links ring nodes and the large capacity D/I repeater applications, etc., supporting the versatile transportations of both native TDM and native Ethernet traffics, as well as the link and each transportation levels independent ring protections. Along with iPASOLINK 200 and iPASOLINK 400, iPASOLINK 1000 provides up to 460 Mbps transmission capacity per radio link and advanced modulation scheme operating in 6, 7, 8. 10, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 28, 32 or 38 GHz band. Furthermore, iPASOLINK 1000 is available to support the high-speed interfaces, such as 10GbE and CWDM for converged mobile and fixed broadband. The iPASOLINK 1000 consists of the antennas, Outdoor Units (ODU) and the 19inch 3U size Indoor Unit (IDU), owing its high performance and reliability in a small from factor to NECs rigid TQC activities and vast experience in the wired and wireless communication fields. The iPASOLINK 1000 provides fourteen front accessible universal-card slots that accommodate a wide range of interface modules satisfying various D/I and/or topology requirements. The iPASOLINK 1000 can configure up to twelve 1+0, six 1+1 twin-path, hot standby and diversity radio link arrangements. In addition, using NECs most advanced cross polarization interface canceling techniques, transmission capacity of up to 920 Mbps is supported utilizing the same radio frequency channel. The iPASOLINK 1000 enables these without any header suppression/compression of packet data.

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3.2 System Configuration


The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1BB Modulator-Demodulator [Indoor Unit (IDU)] and TRP-( )G-1/1D Transmitter-Receiver [Outdoor Unit (ODU)], Hybrid Combiner/Divider and the antenna. NOTE: The Combiner/Divider is used in (1+1) single antenna configuration of the ODU Type directly mounting the antenna.

3.2.1 IDU with Direct Antenna Connection


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 I/F Cable f1 ODU f1 ODU I/F Cable IDU MD1 DATA IN/OUT

3.2.2 IDU HS/ HS with Direct Antenna Connection


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 MD2 I/F Cable ODU (Working) HYB ODU (Standby) f1 f1 ODU (Working) HYB ODU (Standby) I/F Cable IDU MD1 MD2 DATA IN/OUT

I/F Cable

I/F Cable

3.2.3 IDU HS/ Hybrid SD with Direct Antenna Connection


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 MD2 I/F Cable ODU (Working) HYB ODU (Standby) f1 f1 f1 ODU (Standby) I/F Cable ODU (Working) I/F Cable IDU MD1 MD2 DATA IN/OUT

I/F Cable

3.2.4 IDU Twin-Path FD with Direct Antenna Connection


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 MD2 I/F Cable ODU (Working) HYB ODU (Standby) f1 f2 f1 f2 ODU (Working) HYB ODU (Standby) I/F Cable IDU MD1 MD2 DATA IN/OUT

I/F Cable

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3.2.5 IDU HS SD with Antenna Direct Connection


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 MD2 I/F Cable ODU (Standby) f1 ODU (Working) f1 ODU (Working) IDU MD1 MD2 ODU (Standby) I/F Cable DATA IN/OUT

I/F Cable

I/F Cable

3.2.6 The 2+0 Configuration


IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 HYB MD2 I/F Cable ODU (Standby) f1 ODU (Working) f1 f1 ODU (Standby) I/F Cable f1 ODU (Working) IDU MD1 HYB MD2 DATA IN/OUT

I/F Cable

I/F Cable

3.2.7 IDU n-Way


n = Up to 12
IDU DATA IN/OUT MD1 HYB f1 ODU (Working) f1 ODU (Working)

I/F Cable

I/F Cable

IDU

DATA IN/OUT

f1 MDn n Way I/F Cable ODU (Standby) f1 ODU (Standby) I/F Cable IDU

DATA IN/OUT

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3.3 System Overview


3.3.1 Features
ODU-IDU Separate Mounting Type using one coaxial cable only for connection. Available to select the protection or non-protection system using common ODUs and IDUs. Flexible configurations for ODUs and antennas: mounting directly or remotely for configurations of 1 + 0 (non redundant), 1 + 1 hot standby, 1 + 1 space diversity, 1 + 1 frequency diversity (Twin-Path), 2 + 0, and N way. ACCP, ACAP, CCDP and configurations by merging these are available. Compact size IDU on 19-inch rack. 483 mm (W) 129 mm (H) 240 mm (D)

Figure 3-1 IDU Appearance

Small and light-weight ODU that is easy to handle and install.

13-38 GHz ODU and 0.3 m Direct-Mount Antenna

6-11 GHz ODU

Figure 3-2 ODU Appearances

Wide temperature range operative ODU and IDU. Nominal rating of input DC voltage: 48 V DC

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3.3.2 IDU Block Diagram


#n #1 MODEM/16E1/STM-1/ GbE/MSE 43

CWDM

#1

Universal Slots

Rel. 1: n = up to 12 Future Release: n = up to 10

HSI Slots

10 GbE

TDM Bus Packet Bus

Control Bus

TDM SW

L2 SW

CPU 48 V PS

4 GbE (SFP/RJ45)

Alarm DSC Clock

Optional Clock
Synchronous Ethernet or IEEE1588

48 V PS

: future release

Main Board (Redundancy) Figure 3-3 IDU Block Diagram

3.3.3 ODU Block Diagram


TX first MIX (depends on frequency band) TX I/F MIX BPF MIX BPF RF CKT PA

MPX TO/FROM IDU RX I/F TX: 350 MHz RX: 140 MHz BPF MIX

DUP TO/FROM ANTENNA

LNA

DC-DC CONV

LO

CTRL

Figure 3-4 ODU Block Diagram

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3.4 Interfaces
3.4.1 Overview
Universal Card-Slots ODU Interface (Modem) GbE (10/100/1000BASE-X) 16 E1 TDM STM-1 (up to 2 STM-1) Multi Service Engine AUX (DI - DO/ EXT ALM)

Universal Slot #1 Universal Slot #5 Universal Slot #9 Universal Slot #10 Universal Slot #11

Universal Slot #2 Universal Slot #6

Universal Slot #3 Universal Slot #7

Universal Slot #4 Universal Slot #8 Main Card Slot #1 Main Card Slot #2

FAN1

MAIN CARD 1

Universal Slot #12

Universal Slot #13

Universal Slot #14 PS Slot #2

FAN2

TERM

PS 1

Slots for fundamental cards that must be mounted.


Slot #

Slots for option cards, which can be left vacant. Power Supply

PS

MC-M Card LCT USB Ethernet (SFP) 3, 4 Ethernet (RJ45) 1, 2 Alarm, Service Channel, Clock

NMS

NE1 Service Channel

Power Supply 1

Power Supply 2 (redundant option)

Figure 3-5 IDU Interface Layout

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3.4.2 Baseband Interface


iPASOLINK 1000 supports various interfaces specified by the ITU-T standards and IEEE standards as listed below:

3.4.2.1 E1 Interface [Universal Card]


Signal Rate: Interface: Impedance: Connector: 16 E1 (2.048 Mbps) HDB-3 (ITU-T G.703) 75 ohms or 120 ohms (selectable) MDR68

3.4.2.2 LAN Interface 2 GbE (Ports 3, 4) (SFP) [MC-M Card]


Type: 1000BASE-SX/LX (SFP) 10/100/1000BASE-T(X), auto/fixed (RJ45) Port-Based VLAN Tag-Based VLAN IEEE802.1ad Provider Bridges 802.1p CoS / ToS / DiffServ / MPLS EXP 4 SP or 1 SP + 3 DWRR or 4 DWRR 1 SP + 7 DWRR or 2 SP + 6 DWRR Port and Class Shaper, Policing per VALN or Port RSTP (802.1w)

Port Number and Interface: 2 VLAN:

QoS: 4-Class QoS Control: 8-Class QoS Control: Bandwidth Management: Protection:

3.4.2.3 LAN Interface 2 ETH (RJ45) [MC-M Card]


Type: 10/100BASE-T(X), auto/fixed (RJ45) 1000BASE-T (RJ45; Optional) Port-Based VLAN Tag-Based VLAN IEEE802.1ad Provider Bridges 802.1p CoS / ToS / DiffServ / MPLS EXP 4 SP or 1 SP + 3 DWRR or 4 DWRR 1 SP + 7 DWRR or 2 SP + 6 DWRR Port and Class Shaper, Policing per VLAN or Port RSTP (802.1w)

Number of Interface Ports: 2 VLAN:

QoS: 4-Class QoS Control: 8-Class QoS Control: Bandwidth Management: Protection:

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3.4.2.4 LAN Interface 4 GbE (2 SFP + 2 RJ45) [Universal Card]


Type: 1000BASE-SX/LX (SFP) 10/100/1000BASE-T(X), auto/fixed (RJ45) Port-Based VLAN Tag-Based VLAN IEEE802.1ad Provider Bridges 802.1p CoS / ToS / DiffServ / MPLS EXP 4 SP or 1 SP + 3 DWRR or 4 DWRR 1 SP + 7 DWRR or 2 SP + 6 DWRR Port and Class Shaper, Policing per VLAN or Port RSTP (802.1w)

Port Number and Interface: 4 VLAN:

QoS: 4-Class QoS Control: 8-Class QoS Control: Bandwidth Management: Protection:

3.4.2.5 STM-1 Interface [Universal Card]


STM-1 Interface Card provides two SFP interfaces. The second STM-1 Interface is supported for APS (Automatic Protection Switching) function only. Signal Rate: Interface: Connector: 1 or 2 155.52 Mbps S-1.1/L-1,1 (ITU-T G.957) / CMI (ITU-T G.703) LC (SFP) / IEC 169-29 (1.0/2.3)

3.4.3 ODU Interface


ODU Interface is a port connecting to/from IDU using a coaxial cable. Up to 12 connections (to 12 Universal Slots on IDU at maximum) can be added. Connector: SMA Female

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3.4.4 LCT/NMS Interface


3.4.4.1 LCT Interface [MC-M Card]
iPASOLINK provides users the GUI environment through WEB browser, the Local Craft Terminal, which is a convenient tool to install and maintain iPASOLINK. This tool supports the remote connection as well. Type: 10/100BASE-TX (RJ45) Port Number and Interface: 1

3.4.4.2 NMS Interface [TERM-M Card]


This port is for connection with NMS Server through the network. Type: 10/100BASE-TX (RJ45) Port Number and Interface: 1 NOTE: In addition to the NMS port, iPASOLINK 1000 provides an NE1 port on TERM-M Card. The NE1 port is for a connection to/from other IDU(s).

3.4.5 Functional Card


3.4.5.1 AUX Interface [Universal Card-Slot]
This Interface Card supports cluster alarms and DI/DO (Data-In/Data-Out). Cluster Alarm: DI: DO: Connector: Extending/Combining Alarms Remote input port for external alarms, etc. Remote output port for EMS Controller 44-pin D-SUB, High-density, Female

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3.4.6 Other Interfaces


3.4.6.1 ALM/SC/CLK Interface
This port is provided to support the alarm outputs, V.11 User Channel and EXT CLK. Connector: 44-pin D-SUB, High Density, Female

3.4.6.2 USB Memory Interface


A USB memory device is convenient to store the equipment settings and configuration data. The information in the storage can be used if the equipment replacement or recovery is required. Connector: USB Type 1, Female

3.4.6.3 Power Supply [PS-M Card]


iPASOLINK 1000 provides two PS-M Card Slots, which enables the redundant power system when required. Connector: Input Voltage Range: 10-pin, 3.81 mm pitch (1-178288-4) 48 V DC (40.5 to 57 V DC)

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NOTE: Procedures here use the Microsoft Internet Explorer for the browsing software as an example.

4.1 Login, Logout and Exit


4.1.1 Log In to NE
Users are registered by means of login names and their passwords. To protect the network and network management system from unauthorized access or unauthorized modifications, three levels with different privileges (refer to the table shown in Section 4.3.2 User Access Levels) define users. The available functions to operate depend on the userfs privilege level. Therefore, some of the functions may or may not be carried out. The highest or administrator level (Admin) has the full access to the network and network management system.
Procedure 4-1 1. Power on the computer. 2. Log in to the Windows as the Administrator. 3. Click start, and select Programs Internet Explore. The Internet Explorer

window appears.
4. In Address field, enter an IP address of the NE with /weblct/ added as shown

below: Example: http://172.17.254.253/weblct/

Figure 4-1 Launching Internet Explore

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5. Enter a user name and his/her password into User Name and Password fields, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-2 WebLCT Login Window

Following are the default user name and its password for iPASOLINK 1000: User Name: Password:
Admin 12345678

The main window for WebLCT appears. (See Figure 4-3.)

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Figure 4-3 WebLCT Main Window

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4.1.2 Log Out from NE


Procedure 4-2 1. Click Logout button in the upper right of WebLCT main window.
Logout button

Figure 4-4 Logout Button on WebLCT Main Window

The Confirmation dialog box appears.


2. Click the OK button to log out.

Figure 4-5 Confirmation Dialog Box

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3. The browser returns to WebLCT Login window.

Figure 4-6 WebLCT Login Window

This step ends the procedure.

4.1.3 Exit WebLCT


Following are the methods to exit WebLCT:

Select File (F) Close (X) from Internet Explorer menu bar. Click button in the upper right of Internet Explorer.

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4.2 WebLCT Main Window


Following describes the contents and structure of WebLCT main window:
(1) Logged-In User Name (6) Opposite Site Links (2) Refresh button (3) Auto Mode check box (7) Maintenance button (4) Hide Equipment View check box (5) Equipment Status View (8) Logout button

(9) Menu Tree

(10) Status List

Figure 4-7 WebLCT Main Window Contents

(1) Logged-In User Name [Login User] This field indicates a user name that is currently logged in. (2) Refresh button Click Refresh button to manually update the current status displayed in the WebLCT main window.

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(3) Auto Mode check box Check (click to leave a tick in) Auto Mode check box to enable refreshing the window automatically. (4) Hide Equipment View check box Check (click to leave a tick in) Hide Equipment View check box to hide the illustrated equipment status view. (5) Equipment Status View This field shows the current equipment status. (6) Opposite Site Links This drop-down list shows a list of NEs on the opposite sites. A user can select an NE from the list to log in to. (7) Maintenance button Click Maintenance button before starting any maintenance operations. (8) Logout button Click Logout button to log out from NE. (9) Menu Tree This part shows the menus for the equipment configuration and provisioning by a tree view. Available operations via WebLCT are: (a) Current Status
Current Status lists current status and event histories of the equipment by each part of an NE (Active Alarm, Event Log, ODU, IDU, AUX).

(b) Easy Setup Wizard


Easy Setup Wizard navigates a user to set up the basic equipment configuration

including registering/removing the ODU/IDU Cards. This wizard also provides easier steps to set up the cross-connections, VLAN service and other necessary configurations for the new equipment. (c) Equipment Setup Select this menu to register or remove ODU and IDU Cards and other relevant configurations.

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(d) Provisioning Select this menu to configure the detailed settings of IDU and ODU. (e) Maintenance Control
Maintenance Control executes a protection switch, Loopback, Hardware Reset,

Firmware Reset, etc. (f) Maintenance Test


Maintenance Test measures the link quality of Ethernet traffic.

(g) Current/History PMON/RMON Report Select this menu to retrieve the Current reports or history of Performance Monitor (PMON) and Remote Network Monitor (RMON). A user can also exports the data to external storage (local PC, USB Memory, etc.) For more details, refer to the Maintenance manual. (h) Metering
Metering measures the real time TX power, RX level, ODU power supply and

BER. (i) Equipment Utility Select this menu to upload and download the equipment configuration data, software, firmware and FPGA data. (j) User Account/Security Setting Select this menu to add, remove and modify user accounts for the equipment, and set up the security levels for the user accounts. (k) Inventory
Inventory retrieves the information regarding the equipment and software

license. (10) Status List Click a tab to select a type of status to show its logs.

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4.3 User Management (Security Management)


The user management is a function to manage an authorized user to access to a network system, and to prevent an unauthorized user from accessing to the network system.

4.3.1 Overview
4.3.1.1 Access Level
iPASOLINK provides three user access levels with different privilege as shown in the table below. For details of each access level and its available operations, refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels.
Table 4-1 Access Levels
Component Operator Config Available Task View the equipment configuration and status. In addition to tasks available by Operator level, manage radio base band and switching function. In addition to tasks available by Config level, manage user accounts and time adjustments. File Operation Upload only Upload Download Upload Download SNMP Operation Obtain Obtain Set Obtain Set

Admin

NOTES:Following describes the terms, such as "upload" and "download" mentioned in the table above: 1. Upload is to copy a file from NE to an external storage, such as WebLCT PC. 2. Download is to copy a file from an external storage to the internal storage of equipment.

4.3.1.2 User Group


User Group configuration allows a user to manage the protocol type and access level for each group. A user of the specified User Group in iPASOLINK will be assigned with the predefined protocol and access level of the group. In addition to the three default user groups, up to six user groups can be added. The default user groups are shown below: NOTE: Options specified to the default User Groups cannot be modified.

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Table 4-2 User Group Profile


Group Name OPERATOR CONFIG ADMIN Classification Unchangeable Unchangeable Unchangeable TELNET SSH FTP HTTP SNMP Access Level Operator Config Admin

4.3.2 User Access Levels


Following shows the access level for each task. "Remote" means that a user makes an access to the equipment remotely. Meanings:
R/W: A user can both browse and modify settings. R: A user can browse the settings. O: The task is operational by a remote access but is restricted according to the access level assigned to the user. Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels (1 of 4)
WebLCT Menu Easy Setup Wizard Easy Setup MODEM Setup Management Setup TDM Setup ETH Setup Equipment Setup Equipment Configuration Radio Configuration AMR Configuration Network Management Configuration General Setting General Setting (Detail) Routing Setting IP Access Control Setting R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R/W R/W R R R R R R R R R R R O O O O O O O R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R R R R R R R R R O O O O O Admin Config Operator Remote

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Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels (2 of 4)


WebLCT Menu Provisioning MODEM Function Setting MODEM Port Setting Radio Switch Setting TX Power Setting ALM Mode Setting XPIC Setting AMR Setting ETH Function Setting Bridge Setting ETH Port Setting VLAN Setting FDB Setting ETH OAM Setting RSTP Setting QoS/Classification Setting Other ETH Port Setting LLF Setting Broadcast Storm Control Setting E1/STM-1/CrossConnect Setting Cross Connect Setting E1 Port Setting STM-1 Port Setting EXT Clock Setting Equipment Clock Setting EXT Clock Setting Relay-Alarm Mapping Setting V.11/OW Setting Relay Control Setting Cluster Alarm Setting V.11/SC Setting V.11 Directional Setting OW Setting Alarm/AIS Setting Correlation Setting AIS Setting BER Threshold Setting PMON/RMON Threshold Setting PMON Threshold PMON Other RMON Threshold RMON Other R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Admin Config Operator Remote

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Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels (3 of 4)


WebLCT Menu AUX Setting AUX Input Setting AUX Output Setting Maintenance Control Loopback Control MODEM Loopback Control TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback 1) TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback 2) TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 1) TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 2) Protection Control MODEM TX/RX Switch Control RSTP Control SNCP Switch Control APS Switch Group Control Timing Source Switch Control MODEM Maintenance Control Auto Laser Shutdown Control H/W_F/W Reset Control PMON/RMON/FDB Clear Offline Maintenance Maintenance Test ETH OAM LB/LT/LM/DM H/W Reset Control F/W Reset Control R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R O O O O O O O O O O O*1 O O O O O Admin R/W R/W Config R/W R/W Operator R R Remote O O

Current/History PMON/RMON Report MODEM PMON Report E1 PMON Report STM-1 PMON Report ETH RMON Report VLAN Counter Report Metering Current Metering R/W R/W R O R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R O O O O O

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Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels (4 of 4)


WebLCT Menu Equipment Utility Export (NE -> Storage) Utility Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Program ROM Switching USB Memory Utility Shipment Date/Time Setting User Account/Security Setting Login User User Account Management User Group Profile Configuration Security Management Inventory Equipment Inventory Information S/W License Information S/W License Information Import License Key Radio Capacity Setting SFP Port License Setting R/W R/W R/W R R R R O O O R R R R R R R R Security Status Setting R R/W R/W R/W O O O O R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R R O O O O O Admin Config Operator Remote

*1: CW Control is not editable.

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4.3.3 Default User Account


iPASOLINK provides three default user accounts with pre-defined access levels and privileges. In addition to these default user accounts, up to nine user accounts can be added. Following describes the pre-defined default user accounts:
Table 4-4 Default User Accounts
User Name User Default Password 87654321 Description User is able to confirm the system configuration and equipment status, but is not able to make any changes to the configuration. In addition to the tasks available for User, Config user is able to operate the radio management, base band management, switching management for C-Plane control In addition to the tasks available for Config, Admin user is able to operate database management, file management, user management and time adjustment for M-Plane control. User Group OPERATOR

Config

87654321

CONFIG

Admin

12345678

ADMIN

4.3.4 User Account


Following are the functions to manage user accounts supported by iPASOLINK: Login User List
Login User List displays the information of registered user accounts. From this list,

user profiles, such as passwords and User Group Profiles can be modified. User Account Management User Account Management is used to register new user accounts, and to modify/ delete the registered user accounts. User Group Profile Configuration
USer Group Profile Configuration is used to register new User Groups, and to modify/delete the registered User Groups.

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4.3.4.1 Login User List


This function allows users to view and confirm the registered user accounts.
Procedure 4-3 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select Login User List. The Login User List appears.

Figure 4-8 Login User List

This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.2 User Account Management


This function allows users to add registrations of new user accounts, and to modify/ delete the registered user accounts. NOTE: The operations regarding this function are available by the Admin-level user(s) only. Add User Account This function is used to register a new user account. NOTE: In addition to the three default accounts, up to nine user accounts can be added.

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Modify User Account This function is used to modify the information of registered user accounts including their password and User Group. Delete User Account This function is used to remove registered user accounts.

(1) Add User Accounts NOTE: Security Level (Hash Algorithm / Priv (Privacy) Algorithm) is required to be set to add new user accounts. Once a registration of a user is completed, the security level of this user cannot be modified.
Procedure 4-4 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Account Management. The User Account Management window

appears.
3. Click Add User button.
Add User button

Figure 4-9 User Account Management Window

The User Setting option window appears.

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4. Enter the appropriate value to each parameter for the user to be added.

Figure 4-10 User Setting Option Window

i) Enter a User Name within one to 31 characters long. ii) Click Set Password button on the tool bar to open the Set Password option window, enter the password within eight to 31 characters long, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-11 Set Password Option Window

iii) Select Group Name. See Table 4-2 User Group Profile for User Groups. iv) Select Security Level: Selecting NoAuthNoPriv has no additional settings. Go to Step 5. Selecting AuthNoPriv enables Auth Algorithm option. Click a radio button to select the algorithm type, and enter Auth Key. See (a) Setting Authentication Algorithm below. Selecting AuthPriv enables both Auth Algorithm and Priv Algorithm options. Click radio buttons to select algorithm types, and enter Auth Key and Priv Key. See (a) Setting Authentication Algorithm and (b) Setting Privacy Algorithm below.

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(a) Setting Authentication Algorithm Select AuthNoPriv or AuthPriv to enable the Auth Algorithm option. Select MD5 or SHA by clicking its radio button. Click Set Auth Key button on the tool bar to open the option window. Enter the Auth Key within eight to 16 digits, the click the OK button.

Figure 4-12 Select AuthNoPriv

Verify the selection and entry. To set Priv Algorithm, go to (b) Setting Privacy Algorithm below. To complete the procedure, go to Step 5.

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(b) Setting Privacy Algorithm Select AuthPriv to enable the Priv Algorithm option. Select DES or AES by clicking its radio button. Click Set Priv Key button on the tool bar to open the option window. Enter the Priv Key within eight to 16 digits, the click the OK button.

Figure 4-13 Set Privacy Algorithm

Verify the selection and entry, then go to Step 5.


5. Click the OK button of the User Setting option window. The Information dialog

box appears.
6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-14 Information Dialog Box

The User Account Management window updates the information.

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7. Confirm the registered user account information.

Figure 4-15 User Account Management Window

This step ends the procedure.


Table 4-5 User Setting Parameters
Parameter User Name Password Group Name Value (text field) (read only) ADMIN CONFIG OPERATOR GROUP Security Level NoAuthNoPriv AuthNoPriv AuthPriv Auth Algorithm MD5 Allows a user to log in without authentication and encryption. A user needs authentication but no encryption to log in. Selecting this option enables Auth Algorithm radio button below. A user needs authentication and data are encrypted by DES or AES. Selecting this option enables Priv Algorithm radio button below. MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is one of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data while transmitting, the original data will be converting the Hash by comparing them at both ends. SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) is one of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data while transmitting, less than 2 64 bits of the original data will be converting the Hash of 160 bits by comparing it at both ends. Valid value: Eight to 16 digits of MD5 or SHA1 public key. To enter the Authentication Key, click Set Auth Key button on the tool bar. Description Valid value: One to 31 characters long. Valid value: Eight to 31 characters long. To enter the password, click Set Password button on the tool bar. Assign a Group Name for the user to be added. Refer to Table 4-2 User Group Profile for User Group.

SHA

Auth Key Priv Algorithm

(read only) DES AES

DES (Data Encryption Standard) uses a 56-bit encryption key. The block size is 64 bits.
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is SPN-Structured block encryption. The block size is 128 bits, and the length of the key is 128/192/256 bits. Valid value: Eight to 16 digits. To enter the Privacy Key, click Set Priv Key button on the tool bar.

Priv Key

(read only)

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(2) Modify User Account


Procedure 4-5 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Account Management. The User Account Management window

appears.
3. Click on a User Name of the target user account.

Figure 4-16 User Account Management Window

The User Setting option window appears.


4. Modify the registered value(s):

To modify the password, click Set Password button on the tool bar to open the Set Password option window, enter the password within eight to 31 characters long, and click the OK button of the Set Password option window. To modify the Group Name, select an appropriate Group Name from Figure 4-17 User Setting Option Window the Group Name drop-down list. See Table 4-2 User Group Profile for User Groups.

Figure 4-18 Set Password Option Window

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5. When completed, click OK button of the User Setting option window.

Figure 4-19 User Setting Option Window

The Information dialog box appears.


6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-20 Information Dialog Box User Account Management window updates the information. 7. Confirm the modified user account information.

Figure 4-21 User Account Management Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Delete User Account


Procedure 4-6 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Account Management. The User Account Management window

appears.
3. Click Delete User button on the tool bar

Delete User button

Figure 4-22 User Account Management Window

The User Setting option window appears.


4. From User Name drop-down list, select a user account to be removed, and click the OK button.

Figure 4-23 User Setting (Delete) Option Window

The Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Confirm the user name to be removed, and click the OK button.

Figure 4-24 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-25 Information Dialog Box

The User Account Management window updates the information.

7. Confirm that the selected user account has been removed.

Figure 4-26 User Account Management Window

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.4.3 User Group Profile Configuration


This operation registers/modifies User Group Profiles. The privilege of iPASOLINK user is the subject to change according to the user access level and protocols that are assigned by the User Group Profile. Only the Admin level user(s) is/are available to configure the settings. Add User Group Profile This operation registers a new User Group Profile adding to the default User Group Profiles. NOTE: In addition to the three default User Group Profiles, up to six User Group Profiles can be registered. Modify User Group Profile This operation modifies the Access Level and Protocol of the registered User Group Profile. Delete User Group Profile This operation deletes a registered User Group Profile. (1) Add User Group
Procedure 4-7 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Group Profile Configuration. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears. 3. Click Add Group button on the tool bar.
Add Group button

Figure 4-27 User Group Profile Configuration Window

The Group Setting option window appears.

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4. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-28 Group Setting Option Window Table 4-6 User Group Setting Parameters
Parameter Group Name FTP HTTP Value (text field) Allow Deny Allow Deny SNMP Access Level Allow Deny Admin Config Operator Description Valid value: one to 32 characters long. Select to use FTP protocol for file transfer. Not to use FTP for file transfer. Select to use HTTP protocol for WebLCT accessing to the equipment. Not to use HTTP for WebLCT accessing to the equipment. Select to use SNMP protocol for accessing NEs. Not to use SNMP protocol for accessing NEs. Specifies the user access level. See Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels for each levels description.

NOTE: SFTP and HTTPS are not available.


5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-29 Information Dialog Box

The User Group Profile Configuration window updates the information.

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7. Confirm that the information of newly added User Group Profile is displayed.

Figure 4-30 User Group Profile Configuration Window

This step ends the procedure

(2) Modify User Group


Procedure 4-8 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Group Profile Configuration. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears. 3. Click on a target Group Name.

Figure 4-31 User Group Profile Configuration Window

The Group Setting option window appears.

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4. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-32 Group Setting Option Window

Click either Allow or Deny radio button to select a protocol. Select the appropriate Access Level from its drop-down list.
5. Click the OK button when completed. The Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-33 Information Dialog Box

The User Group Profile Configuration window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed Group Profile information.

Figure 4-34 User Group Profile Configuration Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Delete User Group NOTE: A User Group can be removed only when it has no assigned user account.
Procedure 4-9 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting to select User Group Profile Configuration. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears. 3. Click Delete Group button on the tool bar.
Delete Group button

Figure 4-35 User Group Profile Configuration Window

The Group Setting option window appears.


4. Select a target Group Name to be removed from the drop-down list, and click the OK button.

Figure 4-36 Group Setting (Delete) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Confirm the selected Group Name, and click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-37 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-38 Information Dialog Box

The User Group Profile Configuration window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the target group name has been removed.

Figure 4-39 User Group Profile Configuration Window

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.5 Security Management


4.3.5.1 Overview
iPASOLINK supports the following protocols and security management functions: (1) SNMPv1 (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 1) SNMPv1 is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network, which is specified by the following RFCs:
Table 4-7 RFC Standards
RFC No. RFC 1155 RFC 1157 RFC 1213 Title Structure and Identification of Management Information on TCP/IPbased Internets (SMIv1) A Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base on Network Management of TCP/IPbased internets: MIB-II

iPASOLINK enables SNMPv1 to support the following functions: GET/SET of MIB Following are response to the request of PDU (Protocol Data Unit) supported by SNMPv1. Up to ten SNMP managers including the setting of IP address, community name, security settings, etc., can be registered via the WebLCT. By default, iPASOLINK uses the port 161 to receive the SNMP request UDP. To use the other than the default port, change the settings via the WebLCT.
Table 4-8 PDU Supported by SNMPv1
Item GetRequest GetNextRequest GetResponse SetRequest Trap Description Requests the specified instance value. Requests the subsequent instance value of specified instance value in the list. Responds to the corresponding GetRequest and Set Request. Sets the specified instance value. Informs the change of state and troubles (SNMPv1-Trap).

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Send Trap iPASOLINK can send SNMPv1 trap initiatively to UDP Port 162. Except for sending the trap to the connected NMS, user can specify an IP address of one additional destination. A user can also specify the community name and UDP Port. User Application (Log) iPASOLINK records the names of logged-in users in the log file.

(2) SNMPv2c (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 2c) SNMPv2c is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network, and is a revised version of SNMPv1. The differences between v1 and v2c are that the GetBulk, the inform request, unified packet format of each PDU are added, conforming to SMIv2 and following RFCs:
Table 4-9 RFC Standards
RFC No. SNMPv2c RFC 1901 RFC 3416 RFC 3417 RFC 3428 RFC 3584 SMIv2 RFC 2578 RFC 2579 RFC 2580 Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2) Textual Conventions for SMIv2 Conformance Statements for SMIv2 Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2 Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Transport Mappings for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Coexistence between Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 of the Internetstandard Network Management Framework Title

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iPASOLINK enables SNMPv2c to support the following functions: GET/SET of MIB iPASOLINK responds to the request of the network management system. Up to ten SNMP managers including the setting of IP address, community name, security settings, etc., can be registered via WebLCT. By default, iPASOLINK uses the port 161 to receive the SNMP request UDP. To use other than the default port, change the settings via WebLCT.
Table 4-10 PDU Supported by SNMPv2c
Item GetRequest GetNextRequest Response SetRequest SNMPv2-Trap GetBulkRequest InformRequest Description Requests the specified instance value. Requests the subsequent instance value of specified instance value in the list. Responds to the corresponding various kinds of Request. Sets the specified instance value. Informs the change of state and troubles. The format is different from SNMP v1 trap. Requests a number of instance value. Informs an event.

Send Trap iPASOLINK can send SNMPv2 trap and InformRequest initiatively to UDP port 162. Except for sending the trap to the connected NMS, user can specify an IP address of one additional destination. User can also specify the community name and UDP Port. User Application (Log) iPASOLINK records the logged-in user name in the log file.

(3) SNMPv3 (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3) SNMPv3 is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network, and is the newest version of SNMP. The differences between SNMPv1/v2c and v3 are that the user authentication, ciphered communication, and the change-packet format are enhanced, conforming to the following RFCs for SMIv2 that define SNMPv3, SNMPv2c:

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Table 4-11 RFC Standards


RFC No. SNMPv3 RFC 3411 RFC 3412 RFC 3413 RFC 3414 RFC 3415 RFC 3416 RFC 3417 RFC 3418 RFC 3584 SMIv2 RFC 2578 RFC 2579 RFC 2580 Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2) Textual Conventions for SMIv2 Conformance Statements for SMIv2 An Architecture for Describing Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Frameworks Message Processing and Dispatching for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Applications User-based Security Model (USM) for version 3 of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv3) View-based Access Control Model (VACM) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Trans port Mappings for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Coexistence between Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 of the Internetstandard Network Management Framework Title

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iPASOLINK provides SNMPv3 to support the following function: GET/SET of MIB. Response the request of PDU (Protocol Data Unit) corresponding to SNMPv3.
Table 4-12 PDU Supported by SNMPv3
Item GetRequest GetNextRequest Response SetRequest SNMPv2-Trap GetBulkRequest InformRequest Report Description Requests the specified instance value. Requests the subsequent instance value of specified instance value in the list. Responds to the corresponding various kinds of Request. Sets the specified instance value. Informs the change of state and troubles. The format is different from SNMP v1 trap. Requests a number of instance value. Informs an event. Returns a packet if the reportableFlag is set to on.

Send Trap iPASOLINK can send SNMPv2-Trap and InformRequest initiatively to UDP Port 162. IP address of SNMP entity, security level, and user name are required to set the Trap. Authentic method and authentic password are required when the security level is authNoPriv or authPriv. Encryption algorithm and encrypted password are required when the security level is authPriv. Security (user authentication, session management and encryption) SNMPv3 PDU is not authenticated by the community name as v1, v2c., but by the user name, which requires the user registrations beforehand. User authentication is carried out when the security level of the sent SNMP request is authNoPriv or authPriv. The cryptographic hash function of the password is selectable between MD5 and SHA. Ciphered communication is enabled by the user authentication when the security level of the sent SNMP request is authPriv. The cipher algorithm is selectable between DES and AES. For the ciphered communication, a password must be set

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when registering users. User can also specify an SNMP Engine ID for each NE, which should be 16-byte long and unique within the network.

(4) NTP (Network Time Protocol) This protocol synchronizes the clocks of the server and associated clients in a network, which is specified by the following RFCs:
Table 4-13 RFC Standards
RFC No. RFC 1305 RFC 2030 Title Network Time Protocol (Version 3) Specification, Implementation and Analysis Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) Version 4 for IPv4, IPv6 and OS

iPASOLINK can be set either as NTP Client or Server. Following shows the available functions of NTP Client and Server: As NTP Client When the unicast mode is selected on the NTP Client, the client sends a request to obtain the current time to the pre-configured server, and then adjusts the clock according to the replied information. Up to four NTP Severs can be registered via WebLCT. When the multicast mode is selected on the NTP Client, the client will listen to the broadcast of the time server and then adjusts the clock according to the first received valid broadcast and ignores the broadcasts from remaining servers if exist. If the NTP Client receives neither a response nor broadcasts, the synchronization among the Server and Clients cannot be accomplished, which allows to use the current time of the equipment. As NTP Server When the unicast mode is selected on the NTP Server, Server will respond the current time information to the Client. When the multicast mode is selected, the Server will broadcast the current time information of its own periodically.

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(5) FTP (File Transfer Protocol) This protocol transfers a file among NEs, and specified by the following RFCs.
Table 4-14 RFC Standards
RFC No. RFC 959 RFC 1123 RFC 2228 RFC 2389 RFC 2428 Title Original FTP spec. The small FTP related section extends / clarifies RFC-959 FTP security extensions (vsftpd implements the small subset needed to support TLS / SSL connections) Proposes FEAT and OPTS commands Essentially IPv6 support

Using iPASOLINK as FTP Server provides the following functions: Data Upload and Download Service Data upload and download service are available; however the data download is restricted, which can be operated only by a user with the appropriate privilege (refer to 4.3.2 User Access Levels). Files and the directories accessed via FTP protocol are predetermined as well as the file names and types, which will be downloaded. Session Management Upon accepting the connection from external device, the system proceeds to the login authentication process. An unauthorized user is denied. The default setting of TCP Port 21 to listen and transfer a file on TCP port 20 can be changed using WebLCT. When Passive Mode is selected, the port number is selected by the equipment automatically. If no command is issued by the Client for ninety seconds, the current TCP session will be disconnected automatically. User Authentication Function iPASOLINK supports three types of the authentications: External RADIUS Server with internal authentication External LDAP Server with internal authentication Internal authentication only

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(6) HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) HTTP is the protocol for transferring data between Web server and client (WebLCT). The HTTP is based on the following RFC standards:
Table 4-15 RFC Standards
RFC No. RFC 1945 RFC 2616 Title Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.0 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1

Using iPASOLINK as HTTP server enables the following functions: WebLCT WebLCT operation via HTTP protocol is available. Session Management Upon at accepting the connection from external device, the system proceeds to the login authentication process. An unauthorized user is not accepted. The default port number of HTTP Service is 80, which can be changed using WebLCT. User Authentication Function iPASOLINK supports the internal authentication only.

4.3.5.2 Service Status Setting


Service Status Setting displays the status of service and protocol:
Procedure 4-10 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand Security Management under the User Account / Security Setting. 3. From the Security Management options, select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears.

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4. Confirm the status of each Server:

Figure 4-40 Service Status Setting Window (1/2)

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Figure 4-41 Service Status Setting Window (2/2)

Figure 4-42 Service Status Indication Table 4-16 Service Status Indication
Status Running Stopped Description Protocol/Service is enabled. Protocol/Service is disabled.

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.5.3 SNMP
Procedure 4-11 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand Security Management under the User Account / Security Setting. 3. From the Security Management options, select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 4. Click SNMP:

SNMP

Figure 4-43 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP)

The SNMP Setting option window appears.


5. Specify an appropriate value to each parameter.

Figure 4-44 SNMP Setting Option Window

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Table 4-17 SNMP Setting Parameters


Parameter SNMPv1/v2c Value Enable Disable SNMPv3 Enable Disable UDP Port 1 to 65535 161 Description Enables SNMPv1/SNMPv2c (Running) Disables SNMPv1/SNMPv2c (Stopped) Enables SNMPv3 (Running) Disables SNMPv3 (Stopped) From 1 to 65535 are available for UDP Port No. 161 is the default UDP Port No.

CAUTION: In order to apply the values properly, CPU must be rebooted when UDP Port Number(s) is/are changed.
6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-45 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm the displayed SNMP information.

Figure 4-46 Service Status Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.5.4 SNMP Community


This operation registers, modifies, or deletes the SNMP Manager information. Only the registered SNMP managers have the right to access the equipment. Up to ten servers can be registered. (1) Registration of SNMP Community
Procedure 4-12 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click a Community No. to add. SNMP Community numbers

Figure 4-47 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Community)

The SNMP Community option window appears.


4. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-48 SNMP Community Option Window

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Table 4-18 SNMP Community Parameters


Parameter Community Name Value (text field) Description Specify an SNMP Community Name. Valid value: one to 31 characters long. A request with a different Community Name will be rejected. Specify the user access level. Refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels for details.

Access Level

Admin Config Operator

Access Address Subnet Mask

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx x.x.x.x

Specifies the valid IP address or network address of the SNMP Manager(s). Specify the Subnet Mask of SNMP Manager(s).

5. Click the OK button when completed. The Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-49 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the newly added SNMP Community information is displayed.

Figure 4-50 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Community)

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify SNMP Community


Procedure 4-13 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click Community No. of the SNMP Community field. SNMP Community numbers

Figure 4-51 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Community)

The SNMP Community option window appears.


4. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-52 SNMP Community Option Window (Modify)

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Table 4-19 SNMP Community Parameters


Parameter Community Name Value (text field) Description Specify an SNMP Community Name. Valid value: one to 31 characters long. A request with a different Community Name will be rejected. Specify the user access level. Refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels for details.

Access Level

Admin Config Operator

Access Address Subnet Mask

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx x.x.x.x

Specifies the valid IP address or network address of the SNMP Manager(s). Specify the Subnet Mask of SNMP Manager(s).

5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-53 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the modified SNMP Community information is displayed.

Figure 4-54 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Community)

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Delete SNMP Community


Procedure 4-14 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click Delete SNMP Community button on the tool bar. Delete SNMP Community button

Figure 4-55 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Community)

The Delete SNMP Community option window appears.


4. Select an SNMP Community No. from the drop-down list, and click the OK

button.

Figure 4-56 Delete SNMP Communication Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button when confirmed.

Figure 4-57 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-58 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the selected SNMP Community information has been removed.

Figure 4-59 Service Status Setting Window (SNCP Community)

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.5.5 SNMP Trap Entry


This option configures the SNMP Trap: (1) SNMP Trap Entry
Procedure 4-15 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click SNMP Trap Entry No. of the SNMP Trap Entry field.

SNMP Trap Entry No.

Figure 4-60 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

The SNMP Trap Entry option window appears.

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4. Specify the appropriate value for each parameter:

(a) SNMPv1

Figure 4-61 SNMPv1 Trap Entry Option Window

(b) SNMPv2c

Figure 4-62 SNMPv2c Trap Entry Option Window

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(c) SNMPv3 (PDU Type: Trap)

Figure 4-63 SNMPv3 (Trap) Entry Option Window

(d) SNMPv3 (PDU Type: Inform)

Figure 4-64 SNMPv3 (Inform) Entry Option Window

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Table 4-20 SNMP Trap Entry Parameters


Parameter SNMP Version Value SNMPv1 SNMPv2c SNMPv3 PDU Type Trap Inform IP Address UDP Port Community Name xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 1 to 65535 (text field) Available for all SNMP Versions. SNMPv1 cannot select Inform. Enter the destination IP Address of Trap. Set UDP Port of Trap. [default: 162] Enter Community Name of the Trap within one to 31 characters long. This Community Name must be the same on both SNMP Server and Agent. Allows a user to log in without authentication and encryption. A user needs authentication but no encryption to log in. Selecting this option enables Auth Algorithm radio button below. A user needs authentication and data are encrypted by DES or AES. Selecting this option enables Priv Algorithm radio button below. Assign a 16 byte value to an NE, which must be unique within the same managed network. MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is one of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data while transmitting, the Hash is generated using the original data, which is compared at both ends of communication path. SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) is one of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data while transmitting, the 160-bit Hash is generated using the original data that is less than 2 64 bits which is compared at both ends of communication paths. Valid value: Eight to 16 digits of MD5 or SHA1 public key. To enter the Authentication Key, click Set Auth Key button on the tool bar. Description Set SNMP Version for Trap.

Security Level

NoAuthNoPriv AuthNoPriv

AuthPriv

SNMP Engine ID Auth Algorithm

(text field) MD5

SHA

Auth Key

(read only)

Priv Algorithm

DES AES

DES (Data Encryption Standard) uses a 56-bit encryption key. The block size is 64 bits.
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is SPN-Structured block encryption. The block size is 128 bits, and the length of the key is 128/192/256 bits. Valid value: Eight to 16 digits. To enter the Privacy Key, click Set Priv Key button on the tool bar.

Priv Key

(read only)

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5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-65 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information. Confirm that the newly added SNMP Trap Entry information is displayed.

Figure 4-66 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

This step ends the procedure. (2) Modify SNMP Trap Entry
Procedure 4-16 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click SNMP Trap Entry No. of the SNMP Trap Entry field.
SNMP Trap Entry No.

Figure 4-67 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

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The SNMP Trap Entry option window appears.


4. Modify parameters by referring to Table 4-20 SNMP Trap Entry Parameters:

Figure 4-68 SNMP Trap Entry Option Window 5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-69 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the modified SNMP Trap Entry information is displayed.

Figure 4-70 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Delete SNMP Trap Entry


Procedure 4-17 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click Delete SNMP Trap Entry button on the tool bar.
SNMP Trap Entry No.

Figure 4-71 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

The Delete SNMP Trap Entry option window appears.


4. From the drop-down list, select the No. of SNMP Trap Entry to be removed, and click the OK button.

Figure 4-72 Delete SNMP Trap Entry Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-73 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-74 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information. Confirm that the selected SNMP Trap Entry information has been removed from the display.

Figure 4-75 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

This step ends the procedure.

4.3.5.6 NTP
Procedure 4-18 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click NTP.

NTP

Figure 4-76 Service Status Setting Window (SNMP Trap Entry)

The NTP Setting box appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-77 NTP Setting Option Window

Table 4-21 NTP Setting Parameters


Parameter NTP Value Enable Disable NTP Server Mode Multicast Unicast Disabled NTP Client Mode Multicast Unicast Disabled Stratum 2 to 15 Set Stratum level of the NTP Time Packets. The lowest Stratum should be received in NTP PDU plus 1. Select a port to output the Multicast Time information. Specify NTP Client mode. Specify the NTP Server mode. Description Enable/Disable the NTP Protocol on the equipment.

Multicast Port

Bridge1 Bridge2 NE2

Multicast Interval

16 to 131072s

Select Multicast Interval. [unit: second]

5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-78 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed NTP configuration.

Figure 4-79 Service Status Setting Window (NTP)

Figure 4-80 Service Status Setting Window (Service Status)

This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.5.7 NTP Server Address


This operation allows a user to register/modify/delete the NTP Server and its information. (1) Register NTP Server Address
Procedure 4-19 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click the No. of the target NTP Server listed in NTP Server Address.
No. of NTP Servers

Figure 4-81 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

The NTP Server Address Setting option window appears.


4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-82 NTP Server Address Setting Option Window

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Table 4-22 NTP Server Address Setting Parameters


Parameter IP Address NTP Version Value xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 3 4 Poll Time 16 to 131072 Set the interval for polling NTP Server. [unit: second (one hour); default: 3600 sec] Description Enter the IP Address of the upper NTP Server. Specify the NTP massage version.

5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-83 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the newly added NTP Server Address information is displayed.

Figure 4-84 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify NTP Server Address


Procedure 4-20 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click the No. of the target NTP Server listed in NTP Server Address.
No. of NTP Servers

Figure 4-85 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

The NTP Server Address Setting option window appears.


4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-86 NTP Server Address Setting Option Window

5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-87 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the modified NTP Server Address information is displayed.

Figure 4-88 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

This step ends the procedure.

(3) Clear NTP Server Address


Procedure 4-21 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears.

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3. Click Clear NTP Server button on the tool bar.


Clear NTP Server

Figure 4-89 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

The Clear NTP Server option window appears.


4. From No. drop-down list, select the number of target NTP Server Address, and the click the OK button:

Figure 4-90 NTP Server Address Setting Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-91 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-92 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the selected NTP Server Address information has been removed.

Figure 4-93 Service Status Setting Window (NTP Server Address)

This step ends the procedure.

4.3.5.8 FTP
Procedure 4-22 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears.

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3. Click FTP.
FTP

Figure 4-94 Service Status Setting Window (FTP)

The FTP Setting option window appears.


4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-95 FTP Setting Option Window Table 4-23 FTP Setting Parameters
Parameter FTP Value Always Enable Service Enable Service Disable TCP Port (Command) TCP Port (Data) MAX Session Auto Stop 1 to 65535 1 to 65535 1 to 3 Enable Disable Description FTP is always in service. Enable FTP service. Disable FTP service. Set TCP Port of FTP Server (for incoming commands). [default: 21] Set TCP Port of FTP Server (for outgoing commands) [default: 20] Specify the maximum number of user sessions at a time Enable FTP Server to disconnect a session automatically if a session has no operation for 90 seconds. Disable FTP Server to disconnect a session automatically if a session has no operation.

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5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-96 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed FTP information:

Figure 4-97 Service Status Setting Window (Service Status)

Figure 4-98 Service Status Setting Window (FTP)

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4.3.5.9 HTTP
Procedure 4-23 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand User Account / Security Setting, then expand its submenu Security Management to select Service Status Setting. The Service Status Setting window appears. 3. Click HTTP.
HTTP

Figure 4-99 Service Status Setting Window (HTTP)

The HTTP Setting option window appears.


4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-100 FTP Setting Option Window Table 4-24 FTP Setting Parameters
Parameter HtTP Value Enable (Running) Disable (Stopped) TCP Port 1 to 65535 Description Enable FTTP service. Disable HTTP service. Set TCP Port of HTTP Server. [default: 80]

5. Click the OK button when completed. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-101 Information Dialog Box

The Service Status Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed FTP information:

Figure 4-102 Service Status Setting Window (Service Status)

Figure 4-103 Service Status Setting Window (FTP)

This step ends the procedure.

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4.4 Register NE Configuration


4.4.1 Easy Setup Wizard
The Easy Setup Wizard navigates a user to make a faster and easier way of provisioning the equipment, which is available at initially powering on. The Easy Setup Wizard supports the following operations: Easy Setup Settings of NE Name, Switch Group (System structure) and guide to other setups. MODEM Setup Settings for Channel Spacing, Mode, E1/STM-1 Mapping, and RF Frequency regarding Radio. Management Setup Settings for IP address, Subnet mask and default gateway for NE. TDM Setup Setting of TDM cross-connect. ETH Setup Settings of VLAN service.

4.4.1.1 Easy Setup


The Easy Setup is a wizard that navigates a user to set up the basic configurations, such as 1 + 0, 1 + 1 Hot Standby, 1 + 1 Twin Path and 1 + 0 XPIC, following the appropriate sequences.

Procedure 4-24 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Easy Setup Wizard to select Easy Setup. The Easy Setup window appears.

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3. Click Setup button.


Setup button

Figure 4-104 Easy Setup Window

The Easy Setup Step1 window appears.

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4. Enter the equipment name, then click the Next button.

enter equipment name

Next button

Figure 4-105 Easy Setup Step1 Window

The Easy Setup Step2 window appears. NOTE: The display on the left shows the current setup, while that on the right is for a user to edit the configuration.
Table 4-25 Easy Setup Step1 Parameter
Parameter Equipment Name Value/Description 1 to 32 characters long.

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5. Enter the appropriate card name to each Card Slot, then click the Next button.

Clicking the Auto Detect button detects the mounted cards to fill in the blank slots automatically.

Card Slots

Auto Detect button

Next button

Figure 4-106 Easy Setup Step2 Window

The Easy Setup Step3 window appears.

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6. Register the configuration type:

Switch Group Configuration

Next button

Figure 4-107 Easy Setup Step3 Window (Example: 1+1 Hot Standby)

For 1 + 0 System (No Protection), check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+0 from its drop-down list. For 1 + 1 Hot Standby System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+1 Hot Standby from its drop-down list. For 1 + 1 Twin Path System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+1 Twin Path from its drop-down list. For 1 + 0 XPIC System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+0 XPIC from its drop-down list.

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7. When completed, click the Next button. The Easy Setup Step4 window

appears.
8. The Easy Setup Step4 window indicates the modified parameters in the blue fields. Confirm the values of parameters, then click the OK button.

OK button

Figure 4-108 Easy Setup Step4 Window (example: 1+1 Hot Standby)

The Warning dialog box appears.

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9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-109 Warning Dialog Box

While in the process, Easy Setup indicator appears.

Figure 4-110 Easy Setup (Under execution...) Indicator 10. When the process is completed, Information dialog box appears. Click the OK

button to proceed.

Figure 4-111 Information Dialog Box MODEM Setup wizard is launched. Proceed to 4.4.1.2 MODEM Setup.

This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.1.2 MODEM Setup


Procedure 4-25

Launch the MODEM Setup wizard if it is not displayed: i) Launch and log in to WebLCT. ii) In the MENU frame on the left, expand Easy Setup Wizard to select MODEM Setup. The MODEM Setup window appears.
1. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:
Set values

Figure 4-112 MODEM Setup Step1 Window (Example: 1+0 System)

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Table 4-26 FTP Setting Parameters


Parameter Channel Spacing Value 7MHz 14MHz 28MHz 56MHz Reference Modulation QPSK 16 QAM 32 QAM 64 QAM 128 QAM 256 QAM E1 Mapping [CH] 0 to 152 Specify the number of E1 Channels for mapping. The number of channels must not exceed the limitation of the specified modulation. Specify the number of STM-1 Channels for mapping. The value is automatically calculated. Set the frequency at output. Set the frequency at input. 1 to 32 ATPC MTPC Set the Frame ID. Selects Automatic Transmitter Power Control. Selects Manual Transmitter Power Control. Select a reference modulation from the list. Description Specify the radio channel spacing.

STM-1 Mapping [CH] ETH Bandwidth [Mbps] TX RF Frequency [MHz] RX RF Frequency [MHz] Frame ID TX Power Control

0 to 2 (read only)

2. When completed, click the Next button. MODEM Setup Step2 window

appears.

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3. The MODEM Setup Step2 window indicates the modified parameters in the blue fields. Confirm the values, then click the OK button.

OK button

Figure 4-113 MODEM Setup Step2 Window (Example: 1+0 System) Information dialog box appears. 4. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-114 Information Dialog Box Management Setup wizard is launched. Proceed to 4.4.1.3 Management Setup.

This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.1.3 Management Setup


NOTE: If Warning dialog box appears, click the Maintenance tool button on the WebLCT tool bar, to put the service into the Maintenance Mode.
Maintenance button

Figure 4-115 WebLCT Main Window (Maintenance Tool Button) Procedure 4-26

Launch the Management Setup option window if it is not displayed: i) Launch and log in to WebLCT. ii) In the MENU frame on the left, expand Easy Setup Wizard to select Management Setup. The Management Setup option window appears.
1. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-116 Management Setup Option box

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Table 4-27 FTP Setting Parameters


Parameter IP Address Setting (Bridge1) IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway NMS Port Setting Connect NMS Port to NMS Yes No Use NMS Port (for root NE only). Not to use NMS Port. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Enter the IP Address of the NMS Port. Enter the Subnet Mask of NMS Port. Enter the Default Gateway IP Address. Value Description

2. When completed, click the OK button. Warning dialog box appears. 3. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-117 Warning Dialog Box

The Management Setup option window updates the information.


4. Click the OK button to proceed.

OK button

Figure 4-118 Management Setup Option Window

TDM Setup wizard is launched. Proceed to 4.4.1.4 TDM Setup. This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.1.4 TDM Setup


Procedure 4-27

Launch the TDM Setup wizard if it is not displayed: i) Launch and log in to WebLCT. ii) In the MENU frame on the left, expand Easy Setup Wizard to select TDM Setup. The TDM Setup window appears.
1. Click the Add More XC button on the tool bar. Add More XC button

Figure 4-119 TDM Setup Window

The TDM Setup (TDM XC Configuration) option window appears.


2. Enter the Service Name, and specify the appropriate value to each parameter.

Figure 4-120 TDM Setup (TDM XC Configuration) Option Window 3. When completed, click the OK button. TDM Setup (TDM XC Service Configuration List) window appears.

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4. Click the OK button.

Figure 4-121 TDM Setup (TDM XC Service Configuration List) Window Warning dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-122 Warning Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-123 Information Dialog Box

NOTE: Change E1 Port usage to enable the E1 interface. ETH Setup wizard is launched. Proceed to 4.4.1.5 ETH Setup. This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.1.5 ETH Setup


Procedure 4-28

Launch the ETH Setup wizard if it is not displayed: i) Launch and log in to WebLCT. ii) In the MENU frame on the left, expand Easy Setup Wizard to select ETH Setup. The ETH Setup E-Line Service Configuration window appears.
1. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter, then click the Next button.

Next button

Figure 4-124 ETH Setup E-Line Service Configuration Window

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Table 4-28 E-Line Service Configuration Parameters


Parameter VLAN ID VLAN Service Name Service Type Value 1 to 4094 (text field) EPL Description Specify an ID of VLAN. Enter the service name of VLAN. Valid value is 1 to 32 characters long. EPL (Ethernet Private Line) is a data service defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum, providing a point-to-point Ethernet connection between a pair of dedicated UserNetwork Interfaces (UNIs), with a high degree of transparency. EPL service is specified using an E-Line service type, with an expectation of low frame delay, frame delay variation and frame loss ratio. EPL is implemented as a point-to-point Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC), which, unlike Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL), does not allow for Service Multiplexing, i.e., a dedicated UNI (physical interface) is used to accept all service frames and to map them to a single EVC (a.k.a. All-to-one bundling). Due to a high degree of transparency, EPL is often used to provide point-to-point Transparent LAN Service (TLS), where the Service Frames header and payload are identical at both the source and destination UNI. EPL is not fully transparent, as it must filter IEEE 802.3x Pause frames. EVPL EVPL (Ethernet Virtual Private Line) is a data service defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum, providing a pointto-point Ethernet connection between a pair of UserNetwork Interfaces (UNIs). EVPL service is specified using an E-Line service type, very similar to a Ethernet Private Line (EPL) service, via a point-to-point Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC). However, unlike EPL, EVPL allows for Service Multiplexing, i.e., multiple EVCs or Ethernet services per UNI. Other difference between the EVPL and EPL is the degree of transparency - while EPL is highly transparent, filtering only the Pause frames, EVPL is required to either peer or drop most of the Layer 2 Control Protocols.

The E-LAN Service Configuration window appears.

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2. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter, then click the OK button.

OK button

Figure 4-125 ETH Setup E-LAN Service Configuration

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Table 4-29 E-Line Service Configuration Parameters


Parameter VLAN ID VLAN Service Name Service Type Value 1 to 4094 (text field) EP-LAN Description Specify an ID of VLAN. Enter the service name of VLAN. Valid value is 1 to 32 characters long. EP-LAN (Ethernet Private LAN) is a Metro Ethernet service type defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum. Because E-LAN services implement the multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet virtual connections (EVC), multiple locations can be interconnected using an EPLAN service. However, each location can be a member of one and only one EVC. If a given location requires connection to a second EVC, it will require the second UNI. Because there is only one EVC per UNI, the EVC cannot be seen by the customer (e.g., an 802.1p VLAN tag is invisible). EVP-LAN EVP-LAN (Ethernet Virtual Private LAN) is a Metro Ethernet service type defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum. Because E-LAN services implement the multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet virtual connections (EVC), this service provides Metro Ethernet with a multipoint service that can support multiple overlapping closed-user groups. For example, a district school system with elementary, middle, and high schools could put on of the high schools on one EVC, all of the middle schools on a second EVC, and all of the elementary schools on a third EVC, using EPLAN services at each school. The district data center and administrative offices could have EVPLAN service and be made a member of all three EVCs without the need for three UNIs. Because there are multiple EVCs per UNI in an EVPLAN service, the EVCs must be visible to the customer. To do this, the service provider expects customer traffic to have an appropriate 802.1p VLAN tag when submitted. The network will also deliver tagged traffic to that location so that the customer knows which EVC traffic is arriving from.

Warning dialog box appears.


3. Click the OK button.

Figure 4-126 Warning Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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4. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-127 Information Dialog Box

The ETH Setup window appears. This step ends the procedure.

Figure 4-128 Easy Setup Wizard ETH Setup Window

4.4.2 Equipment Setup


The Equipment Setup allows more detailed settings than those done by the Easy Setup Wizard. Some parameters are included in the Easy Setup Wizard. Equipment Configuration Specifies NE Name, Switch Group (1+0, 1+1 HS, 1+1 TP). Radio Configuration Specifies Channel Spacing, Mode, E1/STM-1 Mapping, RF Frequency for Radio. AMR Configuration Specifies the mode type and range for AMR. Network Management Configuration Specifies an IP Address of each port and functions.

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4.4.2.1 Equipment Configuration


Procedure 4-29 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup to select Equipment Configuration. The Equipment Setup Equipment Configuration window

appears.
3. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-129 Equipment Setup Equipment Configuration Window Equipment Configuration Step1 window appears.

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4. Enter the equipment name to Equipment Name field, then click the Next button.

Equipment Name

Next button

Figure 4-130 Equipment Configuration Step1 Window

NOTE: The display on the left shows the current setup, while that on the right is for a user to edit the configuration.
Table 4-30 E-Line Service Configuration Parameters
Parameter Equipment Name Value (text field) Description Enter the equipment name. Valid value is 1 to 32 characters long.

Equipment Configuration Step2 window appears.

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5. Select to fill in a card name for each slot.

Clicking the Auto Detect button retrieves names of cards that are currently mounted.
Auto Detect button

Next button

Figure 4-131 Equipment Configuration Step2 Window

6. When completed, click the Next button. Equipment Configuration Step3

window appears.

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7. Using drop-down lists in MODME / STM SW / XPIC GRP Configuration option

box, select the configuration type:

Switch Groups

Next button

Figure 4-132 Equipment Configuration Step3 Window (selecting 1+1 TP)

For 1 + 0 System (No Protection), check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+0 from its drop-down list. For 1 + 1 Hot Standby System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+1 Hot Standby from its drop-down list. For 1 + 1 Twin Path System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+1 Twin Path from its drop-down list. For 1 + 0 XPIC System, check (click to leave a tick in) a check box of the target SW/XPIC GRP, then select 1+0 XPIC from its drop-down list.
8. When completed, click the Next button. Equipment Configuration Step4

window appears.

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9. Confirm that the fields of setup parameters change to blue, then click the OK

button.

OK button

Figure 4-133 Equipment Configuration Step4 Window (example: 1+1 TP) 10. Warning dialog box appears. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-134 Warning Dialog Box Easy Setup indicator appears while in progress.

Figure 4-135 Easy Setup Indicator

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11. When the process is completed, Information dialog box appears. Click the OK

button to proceed.

Figure 4-136 Information Dialog Box 12. The Equipment Setup Equipment Configuration window updates the

information. Confirm the displayed equipment configuration.

Figure 4-137 Equipment Setup Equipment Configuration Window (example)

This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.2.2 Radio Configuration


Procedure 4-30 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup to select Radio Configuration. The Equipment Setup Radio Configuration window

appears.
3. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-138 Equipment Setup Radio Configuration Window (example) Radio Configuration Step1 window appears.

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4. Specify parameters in New Setting option box:

New Setting

Next button

Figure 4-139 Radio Configuration Step 1 Window (example: 1+1 HS)

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Table 4-31 E-Line Service Configuration Parameters


Parameter Channel Spacing Value 7MHz 14MHz 28MHz 56MHz Reference Modulation QPSK 16 QAM 32 QAM 64 QAM 128 QAM 256 QAM E1 Mapping [CH] 0 to 152 Specify the number of E1 Channels for mapping. The number of channels must not exceed the limitation of the specified modulations. Set the STM-1 Channel to specify the frequency function. Indicates the Ethernet bandwidth value that is automatically calculated. Set the RF Frequency at output. Set the RF Frequency at input. 1 to 32 ATPC MTPC Set the Frame ID. Selects Automatic Transmitter Power Control Selects Manual Transmitter Power Control. Select a reference modulation from the list. Description Specify the radio channel spacing.

STM-1 Mapping [CH] ETH Bandwidth [Mbps] TX RF Frequency [MHz] RX RF Frequency [MHz] Frame ID TX Power Control

0 to 2 (read only)

5. When completed, click the Next button. Radio Configuration Step2 window

appears.

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6. Confirm that the fields of setup parameters change to blue, then click the OK

button.

Figure 4-140 Radio Configuration Step2 Window (example) Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-141 Information Dialog Box

The Radio Configuration window appears again.

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8. Confirm the displayed radio configuration:

Figure 4-142 Equipment Setup Radio Configuration Window

This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.2.3 AMR Configuration


Procedure 4-31 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup to select AMR Configuration. The Equipment Setup AMR Configuration window appears. 3. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-143 Equipment Setup AMR Configuration Window AMR Configuration Step1 window appears.

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4. Specify parameters in the New Setting option box:

Figure 4-144 AMR Configuration Step1 Window

Click AMR Mode radio button to enable the options. Select other modulations to be used during AMR operation by clicking its/their Used radio button(s).
Table 4-32 AMR Configuration
Parameter AMR Operation Value AMR Mode Non Operation AMR Range QPSK 16QAM 32QAM 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM Description Enable AMR (Adaptive Modulation Radio) function. Disable AMR function. Data Transmission for 1 time is 4 values (2 bits) Data Transmission for 1 time is 16 values (4 bits) Data Transmission for 1 time is 32 values (5 bits) Data Transmission for 1 time is 64 values (6 bits) Data Transmission for 1 time is 128 values (7 bits) Data Transmission for 1 time is 256 values (8 bits)

NOTE: A modulation highlighted by light green is the reference modulation that is specified by the Radio Configuration.

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5. When completed, click the Next button. AMR Configuration Step2 window

appears.
6. Specify parameters in the New Setting option box:

Figure 4-145 AMR Configuration Step2 Window

Enter priorities to modulations under the E1 Mapping for the use during the AMR operation. For the STM-1 Through mode, select a modulation scheme to be used during AMR operation, and enter the available radio capacity. The remaining capacity of Ethernet Bandwidth is calculated automatically.
Table 4-33 E1 Mapping
Parameter E1 Mapping Value QPSK 16QAM 32QAM 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM Description Select following items: E1 Mapping [Range: 0 to 152] STM-1 Mapping [Range: 0 to 2] ETH Bandwidth is calculated from E1 and STM-1 Mappings.

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7. When completed, click the Next button. AMR Configuration Step3 window

appears.
8. Confirm that the fields of modified parameters change to blue, and then click the OK button.

Figure 4-146 AMR Configuration Step3 Window

Information dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button.

Figure 4-147 Information Dialog Box AMR Configuration window appears.

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10. Confirm that all parameters are set.

Figure 4-148 AMR Configuration Window

This step ends the procedure.

4.4.2.4 Network Management Configuration


This menu allows a user to check and configure the network management parameters of NEs to be managed by the network management system. General Setting In order to connect the iPASOLINK to NMS, execute the setting to use or not to use the NMS Port, and assign the IP Address. General Setting (Detail) Setting for IP Address of each internal port (NE2, Inband Management VLAN) and NE Branch (NMS/NE/MODEM) Routing Setting Configure the static route information. IP Access Control Setting This setting allows a user to filter IP packets on both the incoming and outgoing interfaces. The filter can be effective on all the interfaces except Bridge, LCT Port, NE2 Port and Inband Management VLAN.

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(1) General Setting


Procedure 4-32 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select General Setting. The General Setting window appears. 4. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-149 General Setting Window General Setting option window appears. 5. Specify parameters:

Figure 4-150 General Setting Option Window

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Table 4-34 General Setting Parameters


Parameter IP Address Setting (Bridge1) IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway NMS Port Setting Connect NMS Port to NMS Yes No Use NMS Port. Not to use NMS Port. x.x.x.x x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Enter the IP Address of NMS Port. Enter the Subnet Mask of NMS Port. Enter the IP Address of Default Gateway. Value Description

6. When completed, click the OK button. Warning dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-151 Warning Dialog Box

The General Setting option window appears again.


8. Click the OK button.

Figure 4-152 General Setting Option Window Information dialog box appears.

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9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-153 Information Dialog Box

The General Setting window appears again.


10. Confirm that all the parameters are set:

Figure 4-154 General Setting Window 11. When confirmed, click the Maintenance button on the WebLCT tool bar to exit

from the Maintenance Mode.


12. Confirm that the MAINT indicator on the tool bar changes from yellow to white.

This step ends the procedure.

(2) General Setting (Details)


Procedure 4-33 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.

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3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select General Setting (Detail). The General Setting window

appears.
4. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-155 General Setting (Detail) Window

The General Setting (Detail) option window appears.

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5. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-156 General Setting (Detail) Option Window

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NE2 Port Setting Selecting Used enables remaining options. Inband Management VLAN Setting Selecting Used enables remaining options. Ethernet Port Setting Setting Usage to Used enables the remaining options. NE Branch Setting i) Click the target item. The option window to set IP Address and Subnet Mask appears. ii) Enter the addresses, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-157 Option Window for Setting Addresses General Setting (Detail) option window updates the information.

iii) Click the Bridge No. of the target item. General Setting (Detail) (NMS) option window appears. iv) Select a Bridge No., and click the OK button.

Figure 4-158 General Setting (Detail) (NMS) Window

The General Setting (Detail) option window updates the information.

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v) Verify the settings:

Figure 4-159 General Setting (Detail) Option Window

vi) When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. vii) Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-160 Information Dialog Box

The General Setting (Detail) option window updates the information. NMS Port Setting / LCT Port Setting Click the radio buttons for their usage.

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Table 4-35 General Setting (Detail) Parameters


Parameter NE2 Port Setting NE2 Port IP Address x.x.x.x Enter the IP Address of NE2 Port when NE2 (RJ45) Port is used for serial connection to other PASOLINK. Use NE2 Port. Selecting this option enables other NE2 Port Setting parameters. Not to use NE2 Port. Specify the baud rate. [unit: bps] Value Description

NE2 Port Usage

Used Not Used

NE2 Port Speed Inband Management VLAN Setting Inband Management VLAN Usage

19200 9600 Used

Use the Inband Management VLAN. Selecting this option enables other Inband Management VLAN Setting options. Not to use the Inband Management VLAN. Assign the VLAN ID to the Inband Management VLAN. Enter the IP Address. Enter the Subnet Mask. Selects to use the port. Selects not to use the port. Enables Indicates the current status. Indicates the current mode.

Not Used VLAN ID IP Address Subnet Mask Ethernet Port Setting Usage Auto Negotiation Speed Status Duplex Status Discovery Usage Used Not Used Enabled Disabled (read only) (read only) Used Not Used NE Branch Setting (see NE Branch Setting in Step5. Branch 1 Branch to 14 Branch x.x.x.x (read only) (read only) (read only) Yes No LCT Port Setting Restrict LCT Connection Any Only to Local NE 1 to 4094 x.x.x.x x.x.x.x

Specify the Branch Number. between 1 to 14.

Default Gateway Bridge No. Bridge IP Address Bridge Subnet Mask NMS Port Setting Connect NMS Port to NMS

Enter the address of Default Gateway. Indicates the assigned Bridge No. Indicates the Bridge IP Address. Indicates the Bridge Subnet Mask. Enables a connection to NMS. Disables a connections to NMS. Allows LCT connecting to both Local and Remote NEs. Allows LCT connecting only to the Local NE.

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6. When completed, click the OK button of the General Setting (Detail) option window. General Setting (Detail) window updates the information. 7. Confirm that all the parameters are set.

Figure 4-161 General Setting (Detail) Window 8. When confirmed, click the Maintenance button on the WebLCT tool bar to exit

from the Maintenance Mode.


9. Confirm that the MAINT indicator on the tool bar changes from yellow to white.

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Routing Setting This operation specifies the static route for the particular network or IP Address. (a) Add Routing Setting
Procedure 4-34 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select Routing Setting. The Routing Setting window appears. 4. Click Setup button on the tool bar.

Setup button

Figure 4-162 Routing Setting Window Routing Setting option window appears. 5. Click the Add button on the tool bar.

Add button

Figure 4-163 Routing Setting Option Window

The Routing Setting (Add) option window appears.

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6. Enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask Address, and Gateway Address, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-164 Routing Setting (Add) Option Window

The Routing Setting option window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the newly added route information is displayed, then click the OK

button.

Figure 4-165 Routing Setting Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 8. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-166 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-167 Information Dialog Box

The Routing Setting window updates the information.


10. Confirm that the newly added route information is displayed.

Figure 4-168 Routing Setting Window 11. When confirmed, click the Maintenance button on the WebLCT tool bar to exit

from the Maintenance Mode.


12. Confirm that the MAINT indicator on the tool bar changes from yellow to white.

This step ends the procedure.

(b) Modify Routing Setting


Procedure 4-35 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select Routing Setting. The Routing Setting window appears.

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4. Click Setup button on the tool bar.

Setup button

Figure 4-169 Routing Setting Window Routing Setting option window appears. 5. Click on the target IP Address to be modified.

Figure 4-170 Routing Setting Option Window Routing Setting (Modify) option window appears. 6. Modify the IP Address, Subnet Mask and/or Gateway, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-171 Routing Setting (Modify) Option Window

The Routing Setting option window updates the information.

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7. Confirm that modified route information, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-172 Routing Setting Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 8. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-173 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-174 Information Dialog Box

The Routing Setting window updates the information.

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10. Confirm the display for the modified route information.

Figure 4-175 Routing Setting Window 11. When confirmed, click the Maintenance button on the WebLCT tool bar to exit

from the Maintenance Mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT indicator on the tool bar changes from yellow to white.

This step ends the procedure.

(c) Delete Routing Setting


Procedure 4-36 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.

3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select Routing Setting. The Routing Setting window appears. 4. Click Setup button on the tool bar.
Setup button

Figure 4-176 Routing Setting Window Routing Setting option window appears.

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5. Click Delete button on the tool bar.


Delete button

Figure 4-177 Routing Setting Option Window Routing Setting (Delete) option window appears. 6. Enter the target network address into the IP Address field, then click the OK

button.

Figure 4-178 Routing Setting (Delete) Option Window

The Routing Setting option window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the selected network address has been removed, then click the OK

button.

Figure 4-179 Routing Setting Option Window

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Confirmation dialog box appears. 8. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-180 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-181 Information Dialog Box

The Routing Setting window updates the information.


10. Confirm the display for the modified route information.

Figure 4-182 Routing Setting Window 11. When confirmed, click the Maintenance button on the WebLCT tool bar to exit

from the Maintenance Mode.


12. Confirm that the MAINT indicator on the tool bar changes from yellow to white.

This step ends the procedure.

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(4) IP Access Control Setting (a) Input Filter List Add Entry
Procedure 4-37 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Input Filter List tab, then click the Add Entry button on the tool bar.
Input Filter List tab Add Entry button

Figure 4-183 IP Access Control Setting Window

The Input Filter Entry (Add) option window appears.

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5. Specify the filter condition:

Figure 4-184 IP Access Control Setting Input Filter Entry (Add) Window

Table 4-36 Input Filter Entry (Add) Parameters


Parameter Entry No. Input Index Value 1 to 50 Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Source IP Address Source Subnet Mask Protocol x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Any ICMP TCP UDP Other Destination Port Any 1 to 50 Action Permit Deny Allows the packets that meet the specified conditions. Discards the packets that meet the specified conditions. Specify the source IP Address of the incoming packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the source IP Address of the incoming packets. Selects no specific Protocol. Selects Internet Control Message Protocol. Selects TCP/IP Protocol Selects User Datagram Protocol Selecting Other here requires to set the Port Numbers. (Currently not supported) Description Specify the entry number. Select the ingress port.

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6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-185 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the newly added filter information displayed.

Figure 4-186 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Input Filter List Modify Entry


Procedure 4-38 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Input Filter List tab, then click the Entry No. of the target.
Input Filter List tab

Entry Number(s)

Figure 4-187 IP Access Control Setting Window

The Input Filter Entry (Modify) option window appears.

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5. Specify the filter condition, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-188 Input Filter Entry (Modify) Option Window

Table 4-37 Input Filter Entry (Modify) Parameters


Parameter Entry No. Input Index Value (read only) Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Source IP Address Source Subnet Mask Protocol x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Any ICMP TCP UDP Other Destination Port Any (check box) 1 to 50 Action Permit Deny Specify the source IP Address of the incoming packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the source IP Address of the incoming packets. Selects no specific Protocol. Selects Internet Control Message Protocol. Selects TCP/IP Protocol Selects User Datagram Protocol Selecting Other here requires to set the Port Numbers. Check (leave a tick in) the check box to set no specific port for the destination. Select a port for the destination. Allows the packets that meet the specified conditions. Discards the packets that meet the specified conditions. Description Indicates the selected Entry No. Selects the ingress port.

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6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-189 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the modified filter information is displayed.

Figure 4-190 IP Address Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Input Filter List Delete Entry


Procedure 4-39 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.

3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Input Filter List tab, then click the Delete Entry button on the tool bar.
Input Filter List tab Delete Entry button

Figure 4-191 IP Access Control Setting Window

The Input Filter Entry (Delete) option window appears.


5. Enter the target Entry No., then click the OK button.

Figure 4-192 Input Filter Entry (Delete) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-193 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button.

Figure 4-194 Confirmation Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the selected filter information has been removed.

Figure 4-195 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(d) Input Filter List Modify Rule


Procedure 4-40 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.

3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Input Filter List tab, then click the Modify Rule button on the tool bar.
Input Filter List tab Modify Rule button

Figure 4-196 IP Access Control Setting Window

The Input Filter Rule option window appears.


5. Set the filter conditions:

Figure 4-197 Input Filter Rule Option Window

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Table 4-38 Input Filter Rule Parameters


Parameter Input Filter Rule Value Enable Disable Default Action Permit Deny Description Enables the configured input filters. Disables the configured input filters. Forwards an IP packet that does not meet the configured conditions. Discards an IP packet that does not meet the configured conditions.

6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-198 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the modified filter information is displayed

Figure 4-199 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(e) Forwarding Filter List Add Entry


Procedure 4-41 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, then click the Add Entry button on the tool

bar.
Forwarding Filter List tab

Add Entry button

Figure 4-200 IP Access Control Window

The Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) option window appears.

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5. Set the filter conditions:

Figure 4-201 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Option Window

Table 4-39 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Parameters (1 of 2)


Parameter Entry No. Input Index Value 1 to 50 Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Output Index Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Source IP Address Source Subnet Mask Destination IP Address Destination Subnet Mask x.x.x.x x.x.x.x x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Specify the Source IP Address to output packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the Source IP Address for output packets. Specify the Destination IP Address to output packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the Destination IP Address for the output packets. Selects the egfess port. Description Enter the entry number. Selects the ingress port.

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Table 4-39 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter Protocol Value Any ICMP TCP UDP Other Source Port Destination Port Action Any 1 to 65535 Any 1 to 65535 Permit Deny Forwards a packet that meets the conditions above. Discards a packet that meets the conditions above. (Currently not supported.) (Currently not supported.) Description Select a Protocol for the IP Packets. Selecting Other requires to set port numbers.

6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-202 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the newly added filter information is displayed.

Figure 4-203 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(f) Forwarding Filter List Modify Entry


Procedure 4-42 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, then click the Entry No. of the target:
Forwarding Filter List tab

Entry Number(s)

Figure 4-204 IP Access Control Setting Window Forwarding Filter Entry (Modify) option window appears.

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5. Modify the filter conditions:

Figure 4-205 Forwarding Filter Entry (Modify) Option Window Table 4-40 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Parameters (1 of 2)
Parameter Entry No. Input Index Value (read only) Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Output Index Any Inband NE2 Bridge1 to Bridge6 Source IP Address Source Subnet Mask Destination IP Address Destination Subnet Mask x.x.x.x x.x.x.x x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Specify the Source IP Address to output packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the Source IP Address for output packets. Specify the Destination IP Address to output packets. Specify the Subnet Mask of the Destination IP Address for the output packets. Selects the egfess port. Description Indicates the selected Entry No. Selects the ingress port.

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Table 4-40 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter Protocol Value Any ICMP TCP UDP Other Source Port Destination Port Action Any 1 to 65535 Any 1 to 65535 Permit Deny Forwards a packet that meets the conditions above. Discards a packet that meets the conditions above. (Currently not supported.) (Currently not supported.) Description Select a Protocol for the IP Packets. Selecting Other requires to set port numbers.

6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-206 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm the display for the modified filter conditions.

Figure 4-207 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(g) Forwarding Filter List Delete Entry


Procedure 4-43 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, then click the Delete Entry button on the tool

bar.
Forwarding Filter List tab Delete Entry button

Figure 4-208 IP Access Control Setting Window Forwarding Filter Entry (Delete) option window appears. 5. Enter the Entry No. of the target, then click the OK button.

Figure 4-209 Forwarding Filter Entry (Delete) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-210 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-211 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm that the selected filter information has been removed.

Figure 4-212 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(h) Forwarding Filter List Modify Rule


Procedure 4-44 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. Click the Maintenance button on the tool bar of the WebLCT to put the system

into the Maintenance Mode.


3. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Equipment Setup, then expand Network Management to select IP Access Control Setting. The IP Access Control Setting window appears. 4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, then click the Modify Rule button on the tool

bar.
Forwarding Filter List tab Modify Rule button

Figure 4-213 IP Access Control Setting Window Forwarding Filter Rule option window appears. 5. Modify the filter condition:

Figure 4-214 Forwarding Filter Rule Option Window

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Table 4-41 Input Filter Rule Parameters


Parameter Forwarding Filter Rule Default Action Value Enable Disable Permit Deny Description Enables the configured forwarding filters. Disables the configured forwarding filters. Forwards an IP packet that does not meet the configured conditions. Discards an IP packet that does not meet the configured conditions.

6. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 4-215 Information Dialog Box

The IP Access Control Setting window updates the information.


8. Confirm the display for the modified filter information.

Figure 4-216 IP Access Control Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5. SYSTEM OPERATION
NOTE: Procedures here use the Microsoft Internet Explorer for the browsing software as an example.

5.1 Provisioning
5.1.1 Overview
The setup procedures provided here are for further system fundamental configuration after the equipment setup. The setting items are listed as follows: MODEM Function Setting Configures the port, radio switch, ATPC/MTPC power, E1/STM-1 threshold, etc., for each selected MODEM. ETH Function Setting Configures the Ethernet port, VLAN ETH OAM, RSTP, QOS, link loss forwarding, etc. E1/STM-1/Cross Connect Setting Configures the E1 port, STM-1 port and cross connect. Equipment Clock/Synchronization Setting Sets the internal clock, external clock, and timing source. V.11/OW Setting Configures the user interface of iPASOLINK (V.11,RS-232C) and OW buzzer. Alarm/AIS Setting Sets the alarm delay, severity, color and relevant settings of AIS. PMON/RMON Setting Sets the threshold of PMON (except Ethernet)/ RMON (Ethernet). AUX Setting Configures the relevant settings of the auxiliary (AUX). For details, refer to the relevant sections accordingly.

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5.1.2 Set MODEM Function


Users can configure the port, radio switch, ATPC/MTPC power, E1/STM-1 threshold, etc., for each selected MODEM: MODEM Port Setting Specifies the port name of each MODEM. Radio Switch Setting Specifies the TX/RX switch priority that prevents from unnecessary switching. TX Power Setting Specifies the threshold of TX power and RX power in MTPC/ATPC configuration. ALM Mode Setting Specifies the ATPC power mode and ALM mode for ODU communication failure. XPIC Setting Specifies the XPIC configuration. AMR Setting Specifies the AMR Switching condition.

5.1.2.1 Set MODEM Ports


Specify the Port Name to each MODEM:
Procedure 5-1 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select MODEM Port Setting. The MODEM Port Setting

window appears.
3. Click a desired MODEM to configure:

Figure 5-1 MODEM Port Setting Window

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MODEM Port Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate name to the MODEM:

Figure 5-2 MODEM Port Setting Option Window

Table 5-1 MODEM Port Setting Parameter


Parameter Port Name Value (text field) Description Specify a Port Name. Valid value: one to 32 characters long.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-3 Information Dialog Box

The MODEM Port Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed information.

Figure 5-4 MODEM Port Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.2 Set Radio Switch Parameters


Specify the TX/RX SW priority and TXSW locking usage, and TX SW reverse function usage. This operation configures the following items: TX SW Priority Specifies the TX switch priority in transmit direction. (for Hot-Standby System only) TX SW Lock-In Usage Enabling this function prevents the system from causing TX switching repeatedly in case of a cable problem between IDU and ODU. TX SW Reverse Function Usage This function enables to carry out the local TX switch if the opposite station detects the TX transmit failure from the local station. RX SW Priority Specifies the RX switching priorities. (for Hot-Standby system and Twin-Path system only)
Procedure 5-2 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select Radio Switch Setting. The Radio Switch Setting

window appears.
3. Click a desired SW GRP to configure:

Figure 5-5 Radio Switch Setting Window Radio Switch Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-6 Radio Switch Setting Option Window Table 5-2 Radio Switch Setting Parameter
Parameter TX SW Priority Value No. 1 Non Priority TX SW Lock-in Usage Used Description Selecting this option reverts/assigns online mode to No. 1 whenever No. 1 recovers or is in normal operation. This option sets Non-Revertive mode. Enables to lock the TX SW operations. Available only when the TX SW Priority is set to No.1. If switching operations are carried out for more than 10 times within 10 minutes, TX will be locked on to No. 2, which will be released after 24 hours when No. 1 recovers or has no failure. Disables to lock the TX SW operation. Enables the Reverse Function. Available only when the TX SW Priority is set to Non Priority. If both ODUs at the local site fail to receive signals from the opposite end, a silent alarm is output to the opposite end to carry out the forced switch replacing the working ODU to the standby ODY. Disables the Reverse Function. Selecting this option reverts/assigns online mode to No. 1 whenever No. 1 recovers or is in normal operation. This option sets Non-Revertive mode. Includes the Early Warning in the switch factor by an automatic switch. Excludes the Early Warning in the switch factor by an automatic switch.

Not Used TX SW Reverse Function Usage Used

Not Used RX SW Priority No. 1 Non Priority RX SW Condition Early Warning Included Early Warning Excluded Early Warning

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-7 Information Dialog Box

The Radio Switch Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-8 Radio Switch Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.3 Set TX Power Parameters


Specify the thresholds of TX Power and RX Power in MTPC/ATPC configuration. (1) ATPC Mode
Procedure 5-3 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select TX Power Setting. The TX Power Setting window

appears.
3. Click a desired MODEM/SW GRP No. to configure:

Figure 5-9 TX Power Setting Window TX Power Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-10 TX Power Setting Option Window

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Table 5-3 TX Power Setting Parameters (ATPC)


Parameter ATPC Range (MAX) ATPC Range (MIN) MTPC TX Power RX Threshold Value 5.0 to 21.0 5.0 to 21.0 90 to 30 Description Set the maximum level of ODU TX Power for ATPC Mode. [unit: dBm] Set the minimum level of ODU TX Power for ATPC Mode. (Not editable) Set the input threshold level for when the opposite end is in ATPC Mode.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-11 Information Dialog Box

The TX Power Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-12 TX Power Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) MTPC Mode


Procedure 5-4 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select TX Power Setting. The TX Power Setting window

appears.
3. Click a desired MODEM/SW GRP No. to configure:

Figure 5-13 TX Power Setting Window

TX Power Setting option window appears.


4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-14 TX Power Setting Option Window

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Table 5-4 TX Power Setting Parameters (MTPC)


Parameter ATPC Range (MAX) ATPC Range (MIN) MTPC TX Power RX Threshold Value 5.0 to 23.0 90 to 30 Description (Not editable) (Not editable) Set the TX Power level in MTPC mode. Set the input threshold level for when the opposite end is in ATPC Mode.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-15 Information Dialog Box

The TX Power Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-16 TX Power Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.4 Set ALM Mode


Specify the ATPC Power and ALM Mode in case IDU fails in communicating with ODU.
Procedure 5-5 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select ALM Mode Setting. The ALM Mode Setting window

appears.
3. Click a desired MODEM/SW GRP No. to configure:

Figure 5-17 ALM Mode Setting Window ALM Mode Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-18 ALM Mode Setting Option Window

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Table 5-5 ALM Mode Setting Parameters


Parameter ATPC Power Mode Value MAX MIN Hold ODU COMM ALM Mode Mute Hold Description Increases the TX Power to the maximum value. Decreases the TX Power to the minimum value. Holds the TX Power at the current value. Mutes the TX Power if IDU fails in communicating with ODU. Holds the TX Power if IDU fails in communicating with ODU.

NOTE: When the MTPC Mode is selected, ATPC Power Mode option is disabled.
5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-19 Information Dialog Box

The ALM Mode Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-20 ALM Mode Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.5 Set XPIC


Specify the ODU Operation against the LO REF condition.
Procedure 5-6 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select XPIC Setting. The XPIC Setting window appears. 3. Click a desired XPIC GRP No. to configure:

Figure 5-21 XPIC Setting Window XPIC Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-22 XPIC Setting Option Window Table 5-6 XPIC Setting Parameters
Parameter XPIC Condition - Local Fail Value Mute REF LO. -> Self LO. Description Enables the Mute Control against ODU [default] Suspends the XPIC function on MODEM, where signals from ODU are output as they are.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-23 Information Dialog Box

The XPIC Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-24 XPIC Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.6 Set AMR


This procedure specifies conditions to carry out the AMR switching operation where the AMR Mode is enabled. See 4.4.2.3 AMR Configuration for enabling AMR.
Procedure 5-7 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand MODEM Function Setting to select AMR Setting. The AMR Setting window appears. 3. Click a desired MODEM/SW GRP No. to configure:

Figure 5-25 ALM Mode Setting Window AMR Setting option window appears. 4. Select a condition to carry out AMR Switch operation:

Figure 5-26 AMR Setting Option Window Table 5-7 AMR Setting Parameters
Parameter AMR Switch condition Value CNR + RSL Description Carries out AMR by CNR when the modulation scheme is downward; or by RSL when the modulation scheme is the upward (e.g., QPSK to 256QAM), AMR is carried out by RSL). [default] Carries out AMR by CNR.

CNR

CNR (Carrier Noise Ratio): Automatically operates AMR If the noise within the carrier wave increases. RSL (Receive Signal Level): Operates AMR the receiving power changed.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-27 Information Dialog Box

The ALM Mode Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-28 ALM Mode Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3 Set ETH Function


5.1.3.1 Overview
The ETH Function Setting provides the following options: Bridge Setting Bridge function is also known as the switching function, which enables the device in the multiple network segments can communicate with each other. User can configure the FDB (forward database) aging time, default VLAN ID and VLAN mode here. ETH Port Setting This function provides the abilities that configure the attributes of the Ethernet port on the front panel of iPASOLINK, including port name, line speed, Mode, Flow Control etc. VLAN Setting VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) enables multiple devices that are separated physically can communicate as they are located in a same broadcast domain and also protect the data from sending to other domain even they may connect physically. This function provides the abilities of creating, configuring and deleting the VLAN. FDB Setting iPASOLINK can learn the MAC address of the Ethernet frame dynamically and save the port MAC address mapping information into FDB (Forwarding DataBase) based on IEEE802.1d for each VLAN. User can also add the static mapping information manually by this function. ETH OAM Setting iPASOLINK supports Ethernet OAM function based on ITU-T Y.1731 and IEEE802.1ag, which enables operator to measure the Ethernet link quality such as delay, throughput, jitter, loss and so on, greatly help network operator in maintenance and troubleshooting. RSTP Setting iPASOLINK supports RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) which prevents from layer 2 level link loop with a faster manner comparing to legacy STP protocol. User can set the priority of the bridge; specify the role of the Ethernet port and other parameters. QoS/Classification Setting iPASOLINK supports QoS control function that provides different priority to different applications, users, or data flow or to guarantee a certain level of

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performance to a data flow. User can configure Class Classification, Ingress Policer, Egress QoS and SP, TDM E1 QoS on MODEM to realize differential service strategy. Other ETH Port Setting This function provides additional setting of bridge such as Mirror port, layer 2 protocol transparency. LLF Setting LLF (Link Loss Forwarding) is the function that mandatory shuts down the port on the opposite device when local device detects unidirectional link problem.

5.1.3.2 Bridge Setting


Procedure 5-8 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select Bridge Setting. The Bridge Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button on the tool bar.
Modify button

Figure 5-29 Bridge Setting Window Bridge Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-30 Bridge Setting Option Window

Table 5-8 Bridge Setting Parameters


Parameter Aging On/Off Value On Description Enables the FDB (Forwarding Data Base) to delete the learnt MAC Address if it is not updated for a certain period specified by the FDB Aging Time. Disables the Aging function. Specifies the aging time period when the Aging function is enabled. [unit: second] Specifies the maximum frame size for a GbE (Giga-bit Ethernet) port. [unit: byte] Specifies the maximum frame size for an FE (Fast Ethernet) port. [unit: byte] Allows the port for different VLANs to communicate with each other through a Layer-3 network device. Allows the switches in a service provider network to transparently carry customers Layer-2 control frames, separate from the service providers traffic and from other traffic in the service providers network. Enter the default VID of the equipment. [default: 1] Specifies the TPID (Tag Protocol Identifier) value of VLAN. [default: 0x8100]

Off FDB Aging Time GbE MAX Frame Size FE MAX Frame Size VLAN Mode 5 to 163680 64 to 9600 64 to 2000 802.1q 802.1ad

Default VID Default VLAN TPID

1 to 4094 8100 to FFFF

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-31 Information Dialog Box

The Bridge Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-32 Bridge Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.3 ETH Port Setting


Procedure 5-9 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH Port Setting. The ETH Port Setting window appears. 3. Click the desired Port No. to configure.

Figure 5-33 ETH Port Setting Window ETH Port Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-34 ETH Port Setting Option Window

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Table 5-9 ETH Port Setting Parameters


Parameter Port Usage Port Name Media Type Speed Value Enable Disable (text field) Electrical Optical AUTO 10Mbps 100Mbps 1000Mbps Duplex MDI and MDIX Flow Control Half Full MDI MDIX Enable Disable Sets Autonegotiation to select the speed at establishing each link. Selecting AUTO disables Duplex and MDI and MDIX options below. Specifies 10 Mbit/s rate. Specifies 100 Mbit/s rate. Specifies 1000 Mbit/s rate. Specifies the duplex mode. This option is disabled when the Speed option selects AUTO. Specifies the port media type. This option is disabled when the Speed option selects AUTO. Enables the Flow Control function. Disables the Flow Control function. Description Enable the port administratively. Shut down the port administratively. Enter the Ethernet Port name. Valid value is zero to 32 characters long. (Not editable.)

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-35 Information Dialog Box

The ETH Port Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-36 ETH Port Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.4 VLAN Setting


(1) VLAN List Tab (a) Add VLAN ID
Procedure 5-10 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select VLAN Setting. The VLAN Setting window appears. 3. Select the VLAN List tab, then click the Add VLAN ID button on the tool bar.
VLAN List tab Add VLAN ID button

Figure 5-37 VLAN Setting Window VLAN List Tab

The Add VLAN ID option window appears.


4. Specify VLAN ID and VLAN Service Name:

Figure 5-38 Add VLAN ID Option Window

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Table 5-10 Add VLAN ID Parameters


Parameter VLAN ID VLAN Service Name Value 1 to 4094 (text field) Description Enter VLAN ID. Enter VLAN Service Name. Valid value is one to 32 characters long.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-39 Information Dialog Box

The VLAN Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-40 VLAN Setting Window VLAN List Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify VLAN Service Name


Procedure 5-11 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select VLAN Setting. The VLAN Setting window appears. 3. Select the VLAN List tab, then click the target item under the VLAN Service Name.

Figure 5-41 VLAN Setting VLAN List Tab Modify VLAN Service Name option window appears. 4. Enter the modified name into the VLAN Service Name text box, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-42 Modify VLAN Service Name Option Window Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-43 Information Dialog Box

The VLAN Setting window updates the information.


6. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-44 VLAN Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Delete VLAN ID


Procedure 5-12 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select VLAN Setting. The VLAN Setting window appears. 3. Select the VLAN List tab, then click the Delete VLAN ID button on the tool bar.
VLAN List tab Delete VLAN button

Figure 5-45 VLAN Setting Window VLAN List Tab

The Delete VLAN ID option window appears.


4. Enter the VLAN ID or VLAN Service Name to be removed:

Figure 5-46 Delete VLAN ID Option Window VLAN ID

Figure 5-47 Delete VLAN ID Option Window VLAN Service Name

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Confirmation dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-48 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-49 Information Dialog Box

The VLAN Setting window updates the information.


8. Verify the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-50 VLAN Setting Window VLAN List Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) VLAN Setting Tab (a) Set VLAN ID


Procedure 5-13 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select VLAN Setting. The VLAN Setting window appears. 3. Select the VLAN Setting tab, then click a port number (listed under the Port) to

register VLAN settings.


Port Numbers

VLAN Setting tab

Figure 5-51 VLAN Setting Window VLAN Setting Tab VLAN Setting option window appears. 4. Select a Port Type, and specify the required parameters according to the selected

port type:

Port Type

Figure 5-52 VLAN Setting Option Window

NOTE: For MODEM, Trunk is the only choice to select.

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Port Type: Access

Figure 5-53 VLAN Setting Option Window Access

Check (click to leave ticks in the) check boxes of the VLANs that are to configure the port type: Access. The untagged frames pass through the ports selected here. Incoming tagged frames are discarded at the ports selected here.

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Port Type: Tunnel

Figure 5-54 VLAN Setting Option Window Tunnel

Check (click to leave ticks in the) check boxes of the VLANs that are to configure the port type: Tunnel. At the ports selected here, any frame types, either untagged or tagged with any VLAN ID, are unconditionally tagged (Outer tag) with the VLAN ID, which is checked in the list.

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Port Type: Trunk

Figure 5-55 VLAN Setting Option Window Trunk

Check (click to leave ticks in the) check boxes of the VLANs that are to configure the port type: Trunk. At the ports selected here, tagged frames with the VLAN IDs that are checked in the list are allowed to pass through. An untagged frame will be assigned with the VLAN ID of the selected VLAN in UntagFrame Assignment column. Other types of frames are discarded.

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Table 5-11 VLAN Setting Parameters


Parameter Port/VLAN Configuration VLAN Assignment VLAN Mode Port Type (read only_) Access Tunnel Trunk Indicates the VLAN Mode of the selected port. Allows untagged frames only to pass through. Allows both untagged and tagged frames to pass through. Allows the selected tagged and untagged frames to pass through. An untagged frame will be assigned with the specified VLAN ID. Clicking here removes ticks from all check boxes. Check (click to leave a tick in) the check box to select a VLAN to assign the selected port type configuration. Clicking the radio button selects a VLAN ID to the untagged frame. Value (read only) Description Indicates the information of selected port.

X VLAN Assignment Clear Enable UntagFrame Assignment (Access Port)

(button) (check box) (radio button)

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-56 Information Dialog Box

The VLAN Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-57 VLAN Setting Window VLAN Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.5 FDB Setting


(1) FDB Setting Tab (a) FDB Setting (Equipment)
Procedure 5-14 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select FDB Setting. The FDB Setting window appears. 3. Select the FDB Setting tab, then click on Equipment to configure.

Figure 5-58 FDB Setting FDB Setting Tab FDB Setting (Equipment) option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-59 FDB Setting (Equipment) Option Window

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Table 5-12 FDB Setting Parameters


Parameter Learning MAX Size Learning Limit Mode Value 1 to 32512 Forward Description Specify the maximum size or the learning MAC Address entries. If the incoming frame that is from a new MAC Address exceeds the maximum size of FDB, the frame without learning this source MAC Address will be forwarded. If the incoming frame that is from a new MAC Address discarded. Enables the equipment to send a trap if the Learning MAC Address reaches the specified MAX size. Disables the action above.

Discard Learning Limit Trap Enable Disable

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-60 Information Dialog Box

The FDB Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-61 FDB Setting Window FDB Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) FDB Setting (VLAN ID)


Procedure 5-15 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select FDB Setting. The FDB Setting window appears. 3. Select the FDB Setting tab, then click on the desired VLAN ID number to

configure.

Figure 5-62 FDB Setting Window FDB Setting Tab FDB Setting option window appears. 4. Specify the maximum size and mode for learning MAC Address:

Figure 5-63 FDB Setting Option Window

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Table 5-13 FDB Setting (VLAN ID) Parameters


Parameter Learning MAX Size Learning Limit Mode Value 1 to 32512 Forward Description Specify the maximum size or the learning MAC Address entries. If the incoming frame that is from a new MAC Address exceeds the maximum size of FDB, the frame without learning this source MAC Address will be forwarded. If the incoming frame that is from a new MAC Address discarded.

Discard

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-64 Information Dialog Box

The FDB Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-65 FDB Setting Window FDB Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Static Entry Tab (a) Add Static Entry


Procedure 5-16 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select FDB Setting. The FDB Setting window appears. 3. Select the Static Entry tab, then click the Add button.

Figure 5-66 FDD Setting Window Static Entry Tab Static Entry (Add) option window appears. 4. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-67 Static Entry (Add) Option Window

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Table 5-14 FDB Setting (Static Entry) Parameters


Parameter Item Port MAC Address Enable Value (Available Card) (Available Port) xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (radio button) Description Names of available (registered) cards are shown in the drop-down list. Select the target card. Available (registered) ports are shown in the drop-down list. Select the target port. Enter the object MAC Address. Check (leave a tick in) the check box to assign the port to the specified VLAN.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-68 Information Dialog Box

The FDB Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-69 FDB Setting Window Static Entry Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify Static Entry


Procedure 5-17 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select FDB Setting. The FDB Setting window appears. 3. Select the Static Entry tab, then click the Entry No. of the target to modify.
Entry No.

Figure 5-70 FDB Setting Window Static Entry Tab Static Entry (Static Entry No. xxx) option window for the selected object

appears.
4. Edit the MAC Address, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-71 Static Entry Option Window Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-72 Information Dialog Box

The FDB Setting window updates the information.


6. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-73 FDB Setting Window Static Entry Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Delete Static Entry


Procedure 5-18 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select FDB Setting. The FDB Setting window appears. 3. Select the Static Entry tab, then click the Delete button.

Figure 5-74 FDD Setting Window Static Entry Tab Static Entry (Delete) option window for the selected object appears. 4. Check (leave a tick in) the check box of the target object, then click the OK

button.

Figure 5-75 Static Entry Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-76 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-77 Information Dialog Box

The FDB Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-78 FDB Setting Window Static Entry Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.6 ETH OAM Setting


OAM: Operation, Administration & Maintenance MEG: Maintenance Entity Group MEP: MEG End Point MIP: MEG Intermediate Point (1) OAM MEG TAB (a) Add OAM MEG Index
Procedure 5-19 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MEG tab, then click the Add MEG button.

Figure 5-79 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEG Tab OAM MEG Setting (Add) option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

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Figure 5-80 OAM MEG Setting (Add) Option Window Table 5-15 OAM MEG Setting Parameters
Parameter MEG Index Maintenance Domain Name Short MA Name MEG Level ETH-CC Period Value 1 to 128 (text field) (text field) 0 to 7 3.3ms 10ms 100ms 1s 10s 60s CCM CCM Priority Enable Disable 0 to 7 Enable to output/monitor CCM. Disable to output/monitor CCM. Specify the priority of the CCM Description Set MEG Index number. Maximum length in total of Maintenance Domain Name and Short MA Name is 43 characters long. Specify the MEG level. Set the period of ETH-CC (Continuity Check) Message.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-81 Information Dialog Box

The ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-82 ETH ADM Setting Window OAM MEG Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Delete OAM MEG Index


Procedure 5-20 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MEG tab, then click the Delete MEG button.

Figure 5-83 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEG Tab OAM MEG Setting (Delete) option window appears. 4. Enter the MEG Index number of the target to be removed, then click the OK

button.

Figure 5-84 OAM MEG Setting (Delete) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-85 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-86 Information Dialog Box

The ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the target OAM MEG has been removed.

Figure 5-87 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEG Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) OAM MEP Tab (a) Add OAM MEP Index


Procedure 5-21 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MEP tab, then click the Add MEP button.

Figure 5-88 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

OAM MEP Setting (Add) option window appears.

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4. Add Peer MEP ID first:


i) Enable radio buttons I) Add Peer MEP button

Figure 5-89 OAM MEP Setting (Add) Option Window

i) From the list in the MEG Configuration option box, click the Enable radio button of the target to select. ii) Click Add Peer MEP button in the Peer MEP Configuration option box. The Peer MEP Add option window appears. iii) Enter the Peer MEP ID to add.

Figure 5-90 Peer MEP Add Option Box Table 5-16 Peer MEP Add Option Parameters
Parameter Peer MEP ID Value 1 to 8191 Description Assign MEP ID of the peer equipment

iv) Click the OK button. The Peer MEP Configuration option box updates the entries.

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5. Specify the remaining parameters in the OAM MEP Setting (Add) option

window:

Figure 5-91 OAM MEP Setting (Add) Option Window Table 5-17 OAM MEP Setting (Add) Parameters
Parameter MEP Configuration MEP Index MEP ID Item Port Enable 1 to 128 1 to 8191 (Available Card) (Available Port) (radio button) Specify a local MEP Index number. Specify an ID to the MEG Index. Select the target card. Select a port. Click to associate an Ethernet OAM Message with a VLAN. Value Description

MEG Configuration Enable Peer MEP Configuration Add Peer MEP Enable / Peer MEP ID (button) (radio button, list) Click to open the Peer MEP Add option window. This field lists the Peer MEP ID(s) registered by MEG Configuration. (radio button) Click to associate an MEP with an MEG Configuration.

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6. When completed, click the OK button. Confirmation dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-92 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 8. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-93 Information Dialog Box

The ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.


9. Confirm that the newly added MEP Index information is displayed.

Figure 5-94 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify OAM MEP Index


Procedure 5-22 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MEP tab, then click the MEP Index number of the target to be

modified.

Figure 5-95 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

OAM MEP Setting (Modify) option window appears.

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4. Modify the parameters:

Figure 5-96 OAM MEP Setting (Modify) Option Window Table 5-18 OAM MEP Setting (Modify) Parameters
Parameter MEP Configuration MEP Index MEP ID Item Port Enable 1 to 128 1 to 8191 (Available Card) (Available Port) (radio button) Specify a local MEP Index number. Specify an ID to the MEG Index. Select the target card. Select a port. Click to associate an Ethernet OAM Message with a VLAN. Value Description

MEG Configuration Enable Peer MEP Configuration Add Peer MEP Enable / Peer MEP ID (button) (radio button, list) Click to open the Peer MEP Add option window. This field lists the Peer MEP ID(s) registered by MEG Configuration. (radio button) Click to associate an MEP with an MEG Configuration.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Confirmation dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-97 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-98 Information Dialog Box ETH OAM Setting window updates the information. 8. Confirm that the modified parameter(s) is/are displayed.

Figure 5-99 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Delete OAM MEP Index


Procedure 5-23 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MEP tab, then click the Delete MEP button of the target to be

removed.
OAM MEP tab Delete MEP button

Figure 5-100 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

OAM MEP Setting (Delete) option window appears. 4. Select an MEP Index number of the target to be removed.

Figure 5-101 OAM MEP Setting (Delete) Option Window 5. When completed, click the OK button. Confirmation dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

Figure 5-102 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-103 Information Dialog Box

NOTE: When the CCM Transmit / CCM Receive is enabled, the following error message
appears upon executing the deletion operation.

Figure 5-104 Error Message To delete the MEP Index properly, disable the CCM Transmit / CCM Receive first, using the procedure provided in (b) Modify OAM MEP Index.

When the operation is successfully completed, the ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.
8. Confirm that the target OAM MEP Index has been removed.

Figure 5-105 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MEP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) OAM MIP Tab (a) Add OAM MIP Index


Procedure 5-24 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MIP tab, then click the Add MIP button.
OAM MIP tab Add MIP button

Figure 5-106 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab

OAM MIP Setting (Add) option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-107 OAM MIP Setting (Add) Option Window Table 5-19 OAM MIP Index Parameter
Parameter MIP Configuration MIP Index MEG Level Item Port Enable 1 to 128 0 to 7 (Available Card) (Available Port) (radio button) Specify an MIP Index number. Specify an MG Level to the MIP. Select the target card. Select a port. Click to associate an MEP with a VLAN. Value Description

When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-108 Information Dialog Box ETH OAM Setting window updates the information. 6. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-109 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify OAM MIP Index


Procedure 5-25 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MIP tab, then click on the MIP Index number of the target.
OAM MIP tab

MIP Index numbers

Figure 5-110 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab OAM MIP Setting (Modify) option window appears.

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4. Modify the parameter(s):

Figure 5-111 OAM MIP Setting (Modify) Option Window

Table 5-20 OAM MIP Index Parameter


Parameter MIP Configuration MIP Index MEG Level Item Port Enable 1 to 128 0 to 7 (Available Card) (Available Port) (radio button) Specify an MIP Index number. Specify an MEG Level to the MIP. Select the target card. Select a port. Click to associate an MEP with a VLAN. Value Description

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-112 Information Dialog Box

he ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the information of modified parameter(s) is displayed.

Figure 5-113 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Delete OAM MIP Index


Procedure 5-26 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select ETH OAM Setting. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. 3. Select the OAM MIP tab, then click on the Delete MIP button.
OAM MIP tab Delete MIP button

Figure 5-114 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab OAM MIP Setting (Delete) option window appears.

4. Select the MIP Index number of the target, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-115 OAM MIP Setting (Delete) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-116 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-117 Information Dialog Box

The ETH OAM Setting window updates the information.


7. Confirm that the target OAM MIP Index has been removed.

Figure 5-118 ETH OAM Setting Window OAM MIP Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.7 RSTP Setting


STP: Spanning Tree Protocol RSTP: Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol NOTE: STP/RSTP Tunnel function cannot be enabled on a port if it enables RSTP. (1) Modify RSTP Port
Procedure 5-27 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select RSTP Setting. The RSTP Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify RSTP Port button.

Modify RSTP Port button

Figure 5-119 RSTP Setting Window

The RSTP Port Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-120 RSTP Port Setting Option Window Table 5-21 RSTP Port Setting Parameter
Parameter STP Mode Enable Item Slot Port Port Name STP Port Path Cst STP Port Path Cost (Value) STP Port Priority Edge Port P to P Port Value RSTP Disable (check box) (read only) (read only) (read only) (read only Auto Manual 1 to 200000000 0 to 240 Enable Disable Force true Force False Auto Enables the function to automatically calculate the path costs. Selects to manually calculate and enter the path costs. This filed is enabled by setting STP Port Path Cost to Manual. Enter the cost manually. Specifies the STP Port Priority. Sets the target port to Edge Port. Removes the Edge Port setting from the target port. Sets Point-to-Point Removes the Point-to-Point setting. Sets Point-to-Point automatically. Description Enables RSTP. Disables RSTP. Check (leave a tick in) the check box to select the target object. Shows the information regarding the available cards.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-121 Information Dialog Box

The RSTP Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed parameters:

Figure 5-122 RSTP Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify Detailed RSTP Parameter


Procedure 5-28 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select RSTP Setting. The RSTP Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify Detail RSTP Parameter button on the tool bar.
Modify Detail RSTP Parameter button

Figure 5-123 RSTP Setting Window

The Detail RSTP Parameter Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-124 Detail RSTP Parameter Setting Option Window

Table 5-22 Detail RSTP Parameter Setting


Parameter Bridge Priority STP Bridge MAX Age Value 0 to 61440 6 to 40 Description Sets STP Priority of the bridge. Sets the period to store the BPDU Configuration. Bridge acknowledges that a topology change has occurred when the MAX Age passes putting the BPDU aged out. [unit: second] Sets the period for sending the BPDU Configuration from Root Bridge. [unit: second] Sets the delay period to execute the change from the Listening Port to Learning Port. Sets the number of BPDUs that can be sent per second.

STP Bridge Hello Time

1 2

STP Bridge Forward Delay STP TX Hold Count

4 to 30 1 to 10

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-125 Information Dialog Box

The RSTP Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information:

Figure 5-126 RSTP Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

5.1.3.8 QoS/Classification Setting


Classify Setting tab iPASOLINK supports QoS based on MEF10 and REC4115, which classifies the traffic into eight or four classes with the proper Internal Priority according to the predetermined profile. Except for the default profile, a user can configure up to three additional profiles, which provides a capability of realizing the flexible and userorientated QoS strategy. The Internal Priority is used for the following purposes: i) Properly identifies the ingress traffic according to the predetermined Priority. ii) Maps the eight classes of ingress traffic to four or eight classes at queuing the egress traffic. iii) Copies the original internal priority to the capsulated frame to prevent the traffic priority from changing unexpectedly. (VLAN C-tag CoS/VLAN S-tag CoS)

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Ingress At the ingress traffic, the internal priority is assigned to a frame to perform the flow control according to the predetermined policer and the Yellow or Green Marker that is applied to the frame to define whether to discard or forward the frame. Egress At the egress traffic, frames are queued according to the internal priority where the Yellow or Green Marker is applied to determine whether to discard or forward the frame.

(1) Classify Setting Tab (Equipment Based QoS Mode) (a) Classify Entry Setting
Procedure 5-29 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Select Profile No. button.
Select Profile No. button

Figure 5-127 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The Select Profile No. option window appears.

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4. Select a Profile No. to specify, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-128 Select Profile No. Option Window

The QoS/Classification Setting window indicates the selected Profile No. in the Current Classify Profile Information field.
5. Click the Classification Mode option. The Classification Mode option window

appears.
Classification Mode

Figure 5-129 QoS/Classification Setting Window 6. Select Equipment Based QoS Mode by clicking its radio button, and click the OK button.

Figure 5-130 Classification Mode Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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7. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-131 Information Dialog Box 8. From the Classify Profile No. drop-down list, select the profile number of the

target object:.
Classify Profile No.

Figure 5-132 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The QoS/Classification Setting shows the selected profile.


9. Click the Entry No. of the target to be classified.

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Entry No.

Figure 5-133 QoS/Classification Setting Window (showing the target) Classify Entry Setting option window appears. 10. Assign the Internal Priority to classify the target port:

Figure 5-134 Classify Entry Setting Option Window Table 5-23 Classify Entry Setting Parameters
Parameter Classify Field type Value VLAN CoS IPv4 Precedence IPv4 DSCP IPv6 DSCP Other Classify Priority Classify Internal Priority 0 to 7 0 to 7 Description Selects to use VLAN with CoS priority tag. Selects to use IPv4 Precedence. Selects to use IPv4 DSCP. Selects to use IPv6 DSCP. Selects to use other types of field. Enter the priority class. Select the internal priority class.

11. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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12. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-135 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting window updates the information.


13. Verify the displayed parameters:

Figure 5-136 QoS Classification Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Delete Entry


Procedure 5-30 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Classification Mode option. The Classification Mode option window

appears.
Classification Mode

Figure 5-137 QoS/Classification Setting Window 4. Select Equipment Based QoS Mode by clicking its radio button, and click the OK button.

Figure 5-138 Classification Mode Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-139 Information Dialog Box 6. From the Classify Profile No. drop-down list, select the profile number of the

target object:.
Classify Profile No.

Figure 5-140 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The QoS/Classification Setting shows the selected profile.

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7. Click the Delete Entry button.


Delete Entry button

Figure 5-141 QoS/Classification Setting Window (showing the target) Delete Entry option window appears. 8. Select an entry number to be removed, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-142 Delete Entry Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-143 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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10. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-144 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Classify Setting tab) window updates the information.
11. Verify that the selected entry is removed from the list.

Figure 5-145 QoS/Classification Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Classify Setting Tab (Port Based QoS Mode) (a) Specify Port Classification Mode Following steps specify the QoS Classification Mode and Default Priority of Ingress direction for each port.
Procedure 5-31 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Classification Mode option. The Classification Mode option window

appears.
Classification Mode

Figure 5-146 QoS/Classification Setting Window 4. Select Port Based QoS Mode by clicking its radio button, and click the OK

button.

Figure 5-147 Classification Mode Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-148 Information Dialog Box 6. Select a target Port No.:


Port No.

Figure 5-149 QoS/Classification Setting Window Port Classification Mode Setting option window appears. 7. Specify the Port Classification Mode and Default Port Priority for the target port:

Figure 5-150 Port Classification Mode Setting Option Window

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Table 5-24 Port Classification Mode Setting Parameters


Parameter Port Classification Mode Value Port CoS(C-Tag) CoS(S-Tag) IPv4/v6 DSCP Description For frames input at the target port, the internal priority of all frames will be the default port priority value. [default] C-Tag value will be the internal priority value. S-Tag value will be the internal priority value. This option can be selected when VLAN Mode is 802.1ad. The value that is mapped into eight classes according to IPv4/v6 DSCP value will be the internal priority value. A mapping table is set per equipment. Specifies the default internal priority to the target port.

Default Port Priority

0 to 7

8. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-151 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Classify Setting tab) window updates the information.
10. Verify the displayed parameters:

Figure 5-152 QoS Classification Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Specify DSCP Classification Mapping


Procedure 5-32 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Classification Mode option. The Classification Mode option window

appears.
Classification Mode

Figure 5-153 QoS/Classification Setting Window 4. Select Port Based QoS Mode by clicking its radio button, and click the OK

button.

Figure 5-154 Classification Mode Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-155 Information Dialog Box 6. Click the DSCP Classification Mapping button:
DSCP Classification Mapping button

Figure 5-156 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The DSCP Classification Mapping option window appears.

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7. Specify values to parameters:

Figure 5-157 DSCP Classification Mapping Option Window

Table 5-25 DSCP Classification Mapping Parameters


Parameter DSCP Value Internal Priority Value 0 to 63 0 to 7 Description DSCP values (0 to 63) in the User Frame Header. Assign the Internal Priority (0 to 7) to each DSCP value.

8. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-158 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Classify Setting tab) window updates the information.

10. Verify the displayed parameters:

Figure 5-159 QoS Classification Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Ingress Setting Tab (a) Add Policer Index


Procedure 5-33 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select the Ingress Setting tab, then click the Add Policer Index button:

Ingress Setting tab

Add Policer Index button

Figure 5-160 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The Add Policer Index option window appears.

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4. Create the police index:

Figure 5-161 Add Policer Index Option Window Table 5-26 Add Policer Index Parameters
Parameter Policer Index Item Port Internal Priority Policer Profile No. VLAN ID Enable Value 1 to 256 (available card) (available port) 0 to 7 1 to 16 (check box) (radio button) Description Specify the Policer index number. Select a name of the target card. Select a port. Specify the internal priority. Specify the Policer Profile number to apply. Enable VLAN ID option box below. Click to enable a policer.

When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-162 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Ingress Setting tab) updates the information.


6. Verify the newly added ingress policer index:

Figure 5-163 QoS/Classification Setting Window Ingress Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Set Ingress Policer Profile Details


Procedure 5-34 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select the Ingress Setting tab, then click the Ingress Policer Profile Setting button:

Ingress Setting tab

Ingress Policer Profile Setting button

Figure 5-164 QoS/Classification Setting Window

The Ingress Policer Profile Setting option window appears.

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4. Click the No. of the target Ingress Policer Profile Index:

Figure 5-165 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window

The Ingress Policer Profile Detail Setting option window appears.

Figure 5-166 Ingress Policer Profile Detail Setting Option Window Table 5-27 Ingress Policer Detail Setting Parameters
Parameter Classify Eir Classify Cir Classify Ebs Classify Cbs Value 0 to 1000000 0 to 1000000 0 to 128 0 to 64 Description Enter the maximum bandwidth. [unit: kbps] Enter the minimum guaranteed bandwidth. [unit: kbps} Enter the maximum burst size. [unit: kbyte] Enter the minimum burst size. [unit kbyte]

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-167 Information Dialog Box

The Ingress Policer Profile Setting option window updates the information.

7. Verify the contents, then click the OK button.

Figure 5-168 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window

Information dialog box appears.

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8. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-169 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Ingress Setting tab) updates the information.

9. Verify the newly added ingress policer index:

Figure 5-170 QoS/Classification Setting Window Ingress Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Modify Policer Index


Procedure 5-35 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select the Ingress Setting tab, then click to select a Policer Index

number of the target object:


Ingress Setting tab Policer Index numbers

Figure 5-171 QoS/Classification Setting Window Ingress Policer Setting option window appears.

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4. Modify parameters:

Figure 5-172 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window

Table 5-28 Ingress Policer Setting Parameters


Parameter Policer Index Internal Priority Policer Profile No. Value (read only) 0 to 7 1 to 16 Description Indicates the selected Index number. Specifies the internal priority. Specifies the policer profile number to be applied to the port. Enables/Disables the policer of selected VLANs below. Enables to set VLAN Service Name.

VLAN ID Enable

(check box) (radio button)

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-173 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Ingress Setting tab) window updates the information.
7. Verify that the selected object is modified.

Figure 5-174 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(d) Delete Ingress Policer Index


Procedure 5-36 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select the Ingress Setting tab, then click to select a Policer Index

number of the target object:

Ingress Setting tab

Delete Policer Index button

Figure 5-175 QoS/Classification Setting Window Delete Policer Index option window appears.

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4. Enter the Ingress Policer Index No. to be removed, then click the OK button:

Figure 5-176 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button.

Figure 5-177 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-178 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Ingress Setting tab) window updates the information.

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7. Verify that the selected object is removed.

Figure 5-179 Ingress Policer Profile Setting Option Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(4) Port Setting Tab


Procedure 5-37 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select QoS/Classification Setting. The QoS/Classification Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select the Port Setting tab, then click on the Class Mode to open the Class Mode Setting option window.
Port Setting Class Mode

Figure 5-180 QoS/Classification Setting Window Port Setting Tag 4. Select a Class Mode by clicking its radio button, then click the OK button:

Figure 5-181 Class Mode Setting Option Window

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Table 5-29 Ingress Policer Setting Parameters


Parameter Class Mode Value 4 Class QoS 8 Class QoS Description Sets an output queue to 4 Class. [default] Sets an output queue to 8 Class.

Information dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-182 Information Dialog Box

The Class Mode Setting option window closes.


6. Click a Port number of the target:

Port numbers

Figure 5-183 QoS/Classification Setting Window QoS Port Setting option window appears.

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7. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-184 QoS Port Setting Option Window Table 5-30 QoS Port Setting Parameters (1 of 2)
Parameter Port Setting Scheduling Mode 4xSP 1xSP+3xDWRR 4xDWRR 1xSP+7xDWRR 2xSP+6xDWRR Port Drop Mode WTD WTD (Weighted Tail Drop) sets the port to discard packets at the tail end of the queue if the queue exceeds the specified threshold. WRED (Weighted Random Early Detection) sets the port to randomly discards packets of traffic with the priority lower than one with higher priority when queue exceeds the specified threshold. Queuing modes for 8-Class QoS. Queuing modes for 4-Class QoS. [SP: Strict-Priority; DWRR: Deficit Weighted Round Robin] Value Description

WRED

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Table 5-30 QoS Port Setting Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter Egress Shaper Rate Value 1 to 1000 Description Sets the maximum rate at outputs for the egress queue. [unit: Mbit/s]

Internal Priority Queueing Policy per Ingress Port Internal Priority 0 Class to Internal Priority 7 Class 0 to 7 Specifies the priority of ingress ports.

Egress Class Setting Information Class 0 to Class 7 (linked if available) Clicking the linked Class n opens Egress Class Setting option window (Figure 5-185).

Figure 5-185 Egress Class Setting Option Window


See Table 5-31 below. Shaper Rate DWRR Weight (read only) (read only) Indicates the specified data. Indicates the specified data.

Table 5-31 Egress Class Setting Parameters


Parameter Class Shaper Rate Class DWRR Weight Class Queue Length Value 0.001 to 1000 1 to 127 16 to 128 Description Specifies the maximum rate at output for the class. [unit: Mbit/s] Specifies the weight of the queue. Specifies the length for each queue. [unit: kbyte] Values for Queues 6 and 7 are fixed to 16 kbytes. WTD Yellow Frame Threshold WRED Yellow Frame Threshold WRED Green Frame Threshold 10 to 100 10 to 100 10 to 100 Sets the threshold of Yellow Frame. Determines the threshold value for Yellow Frame. Determines the threshold value for Green Frame.

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8. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 9. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-186 Information Dialog Box

The QoS Port Setting option window updates the window.


10. Verify the displayed information, then click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-187 QoS Port Setting Option Window Information dialog box appears.

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11. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-188 Information Dialog Box

The QoS/Classification Setting (Port Setting tab) window updates the information.
12. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-189 QoS/Classification Setting Window Port Setting Tab

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.9 Other ETH Port Setting


Procedure 5-38 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select Other ETH Function Setting. The Other ETH Port Setting

window appears.
3. Click to select a port number of the target object:
Port numbers

Figure 5-190 Other ETH Port Setting Window Other ETH Port Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-191 Other ETH Port Setting Option Window

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Table 5-32 Other ETH Port Setting Parameters


Parameter Port Information Media Type Speed Monitoring (read only) (read only) Monitoring Mirror Disable Monitoring Direction Ingress Egress Both L2 Protocol Transparency Tunnel Enable (check box) Check (leave a tick in) the check box to enable the PDU of the protocol transparent without processing. Indicates the media type of the selected port. Indicates the currently selected speed at the selected port. Sets the port to be monitored. Sets the port as the Mirror Port. The traffic of the monitored port will be duplicated onto this port. Disables the monitoring function. Sets to monitor the ingress traffic of the port. Sets to monitor the egress traffic of the port. Sets to monitor both the ingress and egress traffics. Value Description

NOTE: STP/RSTP Tunnel option is not supported for the RSTP enabled ports.
5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-192 Information Dialog Box

The Other ETH Port Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-193 Other ETH Port Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

5.1.3.10 LLF Setting


(a) Add LLF Group
Procedure 5-39 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select LLF Setting. The LLF Setting window appears. 3. Click the Add LLF button:
Add LLF button

Figure 5-194 LLF Setting Window LLF Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-195 LLF Setting (Add) Option Window

Table 5-33 LLF Setting Parameters


Parameter LLF GRP ID Trunk Port Setting Item Send LLF Signal (available card) Enable Disable Ignore Received LLF Signal Enable Disable Edge Port Setting (check box) Check (leave a tick in) the check box to set the port as Edge Port. Selects the target card. Enables sending the LLF Signals. Disables sending the LLF Signals. Ignores a received LLF Signal. Accepts received LLF Signal. Value 1 to 16 Description Specifies the LLF Group ID Number.

When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-196 Information Dialog Box

The LLF Setting window updates the information.


6. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-197 LLF Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify LLF Group


Procedure 5-40 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select LLF Setting. The LLF Setting window appears. 3. Click an LLF GRP ID number of the target LLF:
LLF GRP numbers

Figure 5-198 LLF Setting Window LLF Setting (Modify) option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-199 LLF Setting (Modify) Option Window

Table 5-34 LLF Setting (Modify) Parameters


Parameter LLF GRP ID Trunk Port Setting Item Send LLF Signal (available card) Enable Disable Ignore Received LLF Signal Enable Disable Edge Port Setting (check box) Check (leave a tick in) the check box to set the port as Edge Port. Selects to change the target card. Enables sending the LLF Signals. Disables sending the LLF Signals. Ignores a received LLF Signal. Accepts received LLF Signal. Value (read only) Description Indicates the selected LLF GRP ID number.

When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-200 Information Dialog Box

The LLF Setting window updates the information.


6. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-201 LLF Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(c) Delete LLF Group


Procedure 5-41 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select LLF Setting. The LLF Setting window appears. 3. Click the Delete LLF GRP button:

Delete LLF button

Figure 5-202 LLF Setting Window LLF Setting (Delete) option window appears. 4. Select the LLF GRP ID number of the target to be removed, then click the OK

button:

Figure 5-203 LLF Setting (Modify) Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button.

Figure 5-204 Confirmation Dialog box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-205 Information Dialog Box

The LLF Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-206 LLF Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.3.11 Broadcast Storm Control Setting


Following procedure sets the input rate for the broadcast storm control, and enables/ disable the Broadcast Storm Control per Ethernet port (including MODEM port).
Procedure 5-42 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand ETH Function Setting to select Broadcast Storm Control Setting. The Broadcast Storm Control Setting window appears. 3. Click the Broadcast Storm Control Rate.
Broadcast Storm Control Rate

Figure 5-207 Broadcast Storm Control Setting Window

The Broadcast Storm Control Rate option window appears.

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4. Specify the input rate of the target frames for Broadcast Storm Control, then click the OK button:

Figure 5-208 Broadcast Storm Control Rate Option Window Table 5-35 LLF Setting (Modify) Parameters
Parameter Broadcast Storm Control Rate Value 1 to 1000 Mbps Description Sets the input rate of the frame for the Broadcast Storm Control. [granularity: 1 Mbps]

Information dialog box appears. 5. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-209 Information Dialog Box

The Broadcast Storm Control Setting window updates the information.


6. Click the target port to set the Broadcast Storm Control usage:
Port Number

Figure 5-210 Broadcast Storm Control Setting Window Broadcast Storm Control option window appears.

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7. Set Enable or Disable the Broadcast Storm Control by clicking its radio button, then click the OK button:

Figure 5-211 Broadcast Storm Control Option Window Information dialog box appears. 8. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-212 Information Dialog Box

The Broadcast Storm Control Setting window updates the information.


9. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-213 LLF Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.4 Configure Crossconnection


iPASOLINK supports the crossconnection configured using E1 Ports and STM-1 Ports. The E1/STM-1/Cross Connect Setting menu provides the following options: E1 Port Setting Sets E1 Port by specifying E1 Port Name, E1 CH Usage, Channel Impedance and unused CH reports. STM-1 Port Setting Sets STM-1 Port by specifying STM-1 Port Mode, Usage, TIM ALM and ALS (Automatic Laser Shutdown). Cross Connect Setting Configures the Cross Connect, and confirms the current usage of Cross Connect and Ports (CH).

5.1.4.1 E1 Port Setting


Procedure 5-43 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select E1 Port Setting. The E1 Port Setting window

appears.
3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-214 E1 Port Setting Window E1 Port Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-215 LLF Setting (Modify) Option Window Table 5-36 E1 Port Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description Collective Setting: This option sets all ports to the same values. To set ports individually, use the options below the Collective Setting options. CH Usage CH Usage Error Report Used All Not Used All Report All Not Report All Impedance CH Usage CH Usage Error Report Impedance Port Name All CH 120 All CH 75 Used Not Used Report Not Report 120 75 (text field) All E1 Channels are set to be used. All E1 Channels are set to be unused. Allows to report a usage error if an unused E1 CH is detected at the input signal. Disables to report a usage error for all E1 ports. Sets the impedance of all E1 Channels to 120 ohms. Sets the impedance of all E1 Channels to 75 ohms. Sets to use the port. Sets not to use the port. Enables to report the usage error if detecting an unused port. Disables to report a usage error. Sets the port impedance to 120 ohms. Sets the port impedance to 75 ohms. Specifies a name to the port. Valid value is at least one, up to 32 characters long.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-216 Information Dialog Box

The E1 Port Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-217 E1 Port Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.4.2 STM-1 Port Setting


Procedure 5-44 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select STM-1 Port Setting. The STM-1 Port Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-218 TM-1 Port Setting Window STM-1 Port Setting option window appears. Provided options differ depending on the STM-1 Mode. STM-1 Modes are Through and Channelized:

Through: The Through Mode transmits the STM-1 over the radio frame. Channelized: The Channelized Mode extracts the 63 E1 channels from the STM-1 to use them selectively.
4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

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(a) STM-1 Mode: Through

Figure 5-219 STM-1 Port Setting (Through Mode) Option Window Table 5-37 STM-1 Port Setting (Through Mode) Parameters
Parameter STM-1 Mode Port Setting Port Usage Port Name MS-AIS Generation Used Not Used (text filed) Enable Disable ALS Usage ALS Interval Enable Disable 60sec 180sec 300sec STM-1 Switch Setting Lock-in Usage Used Enables to pause for a period of time before carrying out a switching operation to prevent frequently executing the switching. Disables this function. Sets the Lock-in period between the detection of a failure and execution of the switch operation. [unit: minute] Sets the threshold value to number of switch-over times. Sets the duration period before clearing the Lock-in mode. Sets to use the STM-1 Port. Sets not to use the STM-1 Port. Specifies the Port Name using at least one, up to 32 characters long. Enables the function to stop laser outputs if detecting that STM1 signal is lost (optical or radio) (RLOS), and to output MS-AIS. Disables this function. Enables the ALS (Automatic Laser Shutdown) function. Disables the ALS function. Sets the delay time to release the ALS when the alarm is cleared. Value Through Description Indicates Through for STM-1 Mode.

Not Used Detection Time [min] Detection Count [times] Clear Lock-in Time [min] 1 to 60 1 to 255 1 to 2880

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(b) STM-1 Mode: Channelized

Figure 5-220 STM-1 Port Setting (Channelized Mode)

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Table 5-38 STM-1 Port Setting (Through Mode) Parameters (1 of 2)


Parameter STM-1 Mode Port Setting Port Usage Used Not Used Port Name (text filed) Sets to use the STM-1 Port. Sets not to use the STM-1 Port. Specifies the Port Name using at least one, up to 32 characters long. Enables the function to stop laser outputs if detecting that STM-1 signal is lost (optical or radio) (RLOS), and to output MS-AIS. Disables this function. Enables the ALS (Automatic Laser Shutdown) function. Disables the ALS function. Sets the delay time to release the ALS when the alarm is cleared. Value Channelized Description Indicates Channelized for STM-1 Mode.

MS-AIS Generation

Enable

Disable ALS Usage Enable Disable ALS Interval 60sec 180sec 300sec Trace Setting Trace Mode J0: Section Trace J1: High Order Path Trace Trace Mismatch AIS Generation Action Section Trace Send Expected Section Trace Higher Order Path Trace Expected Higher Order Path Trace Received Trace Value Received Section Trace Received High Order Path Trace (read only) (read only) Enable Disable 1 to 15 1 to 15 (disabled) (disabled)

Enables to detect RS-TIM. Enables to detect HP-TIM. Enables the function to output AIS if detecting TIM. Disables this function. Sets J0 in the outgoing direction. Sets J0 in the incoming direction. (This option is disabled.) (This option is disabled.)

Indicates the received Section Trace value. Indicates the received Higher-Order Path Trace value.

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Table 5-38 STM-1 Port Setting (Through Mode) Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter Radio Alarm Transfer Setting Radio Alarm Transfer Enable Disable STM-1 Switch Setting Lock-in Usage Used Enables to pause for a period of time before carrying out a switching operation to prevent frequently executing the switching. Disables this function. Sets the Lock-in period between the detection of a failure and execution of the switch operation. [unit: minute] Sets the threshold value to number of switch-over times. Sets the duration period before clearing the Lock-in mode. Enables to transfer an alarm through E1 Channel with STM-1 is configured as Channelized. Disables the function. Value Description

Not Used Detection Time [min] 1 to 60

Detection Count [times] Clear Lock-in Time [min]

1 to 255 1 to 2880

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-221 Information Dialog Box

The STM-1 Port Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-222 STM-1 Port Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.4.3 Cross Connect Setting


iPASOLINK 1000 supports the Cross Connection of 2M E1 and STM-1 (Through Mode) levels. Up to 168 Cross Connections in total can be created. Following lists the interface cards that support the Cross Connections:

Table 5-39 Cross Connect Settings


Card Type Number of Cards per IDU Up to 12 Up to 14 Up to 14 Up to 14 Number of Ports per Card 152 16 63 1 Description

MODEM-A 16E1-A STM1-A (Channelized Mode) STM1-A (Through Mode)

As one 75xE1 Port.

See the following table for channel numbering of the Channelized STM-1:

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Table 5-40 Channel Numbering of Channelized STM-1


STM-1 Channelized Port No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 TUG-3# #K 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 TUG-2# #L 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 TU-12# #M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 STM-1 Channelized Port No. 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 TUG-3# #K 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 TUG-2# #L 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 TU-12# #M 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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(1) Add Cross Connect Assignment (a) Non-Protection Mode


Procedure 5-45 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select Cross Connect Setting. The Cross Connect Setting window appears. 3. Click the Add button to create a new Cross Connection:

Add button

Figure 5-223 Cross Connect Setting Window

Cross Connect Setting (Add) option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-224 Cross Connect Setting (Add) Option Window Table 5-41 Cross Connect Setting (Add) Parameters
Parameter Service No. Service Name Cross Connect Type Value 1 to 168 (text field) E1 STM-1 (Through) Edge A Protection Edge B Protection AMR Linkage (check box) (available port) (hyperlink) Do not check (not to leave a tick in) the check box for Non-Protection setting. Select a port for Edge B. NOTE Verify the channel number and modularization related to the current assignment. (check box) (available port) Do not check (not to leave a tick in) the check box for Non-Protection setting. Select a port for Edge A. NOTE Description Enter Service Number of the Cross Connection. Enter the Service Name within 32 characters long. This field can be left vacant (0 character) as well. Selects the crossconnection of E1 level. Selects the crossconnection of STM-1 Through level.

NOTE: Port numbers of Edge A/B appear different depending on the channel spacing.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-225 Information Dialog Box

The Cross Connect Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-226 Cross Connect Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Protection Mode


Procedure 5-46 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select Cross Connect Setting. The Cross Connect Setting window appears. 3. Click the Add button to create a new Cross Connection:
Add button

Figure 5-227 Cross Connect Setting Window

Cross Connect Setting (Add) option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-228 Cross Connect Setting (Add) Option Window Table 5-42 Cross Connect Setting (Add) Parameters
Parameter Service No. Service Name Cross Connect Type Value 1 to 168 (text field) E1 STM-1 (Through) Edge A Protection Edge B Protection AMR Linkage (check box) (available port) (hyperlink) Check (leave a tick in) the check box to configure the Protection. Checking this box enables the option box below. Select a port for Edge B, Term1/Term2. NOTE Verify the channel number and modularization related to the current assignment. (check box) (available port) Check (leave a tick in) the check box to configure the Protection. Checking this box enables the option box below. Select a port for Edge A, Term1/Term2. NOTE Description Enter Service Number of the Cross Connection. Enter the Service Name within 32 characters long. This field can be left vacant (0 character) as well. Selects the crossconnection of E1 level. Selects the crossconnection of STM-1 Through level.

NOTE: Port numbers of Edge A/B appear different depending on the channel spacing.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-229 Information Dialog Box

The Cross Connect Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-230 Cross Connect Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

(2) Modify (Edit) Cross Connect Assignment


Procedure 5-47 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select Cross Connect Setting. The Cross Connect Setting window appears.

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3. Click the Service No. of the target Cross Connect.


Service Numbers

Figure 5-231 Cross Connect Setting Window Cross Connect Setting (Modify) option window appears.

4. Modify parameters:

Figure 5-232 Cross Connect Setting (Modify) Option Window

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-233 Information Dialog Box

The Cross Connect Setting window updates the information.

7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-234 Cross Connect Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

(3) Delete Cross Connect Assignment


Procedure 5-48 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand E1/STM-1/ Cross Connect Setting to select Cross Connect Setting. The Cross Connect Setting window appears.

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3. Click the Delete button:


Delete button

Figure 5-235 Cross Connect Setting Window Cross Connect Setting (Delete) option window appears.

4. Check (click to leave a tick in) the check box of the target crossconnection:

Figure 5-236 Cross Connect Setting (Delete) Option Window 5. When completed, click the OK button. Confirmation dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button to proceed.

Figure 5-237 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 7. Click the OK button to proceed:

Figure 5-238 Information Dialog Box

The Cross Connect Setting window updates the information.


8. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-239 Cross Connect Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.5 Set Equipment Clock and Synchronization


The procedures here sets the Internal/External Clock and the Timing Source Selection of the equipment. The EXT Clock Setting menu provides the following menu: Equipment Clock Setting Selects the Clock and Timing Source. EXT Clock Setting Sets the CLK Output parameters.

5.1.5.1 Set Equipment Clock


Procedure 5-49 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Equipment Clock/Synchronization Setting to select Equipment Clock Setting. The Equipment Clock Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button:

Modify button

Figure 5-240 Equipment Clock Setting Window Equipment Clock Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-241 Equipment Clock Setting Option Window

Table 5-43 Equipment Clock Setting Parameters (1 of 2)


Parameter Equipment CLK Mode Value Master Description Sets the equipment clock as the Master Clock to provide timing signals to synchronize Slave Clocks. Sets the equipment clock as a Slave Clock to be synchronized with the Master Clock. Enables the Synchronous Ethernet function. Disables the Synchronous Ethernet function. Sets to select the clock source by its quality level. Sets to select the clock source by its priority level. Select a clock source.

Slave SyncETH Enable Disable Clock Source Selective Mode QL Mode PL Mode

Timing Source

1, 2

No Entry Line CLK1/2 GbE Line CLK E1 Line CLK Option Line CLK (STM1)

No Entry EXT CLK

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Table 5-43 Equipment Clock Setting Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter Slot Port/CH Priority Line SSM Usage Value (available slot #) (available port #) 1 to 12 Use Not Use Forced SSM Value QL-PRC QL-SSU-A QL-SSU-B QL-SEC WTR 0 10 sec 20 sec 30 sec 1 min to 15 min (by the minute) Sets the Wait to Restore time that is a period to wait for enabling the timing source when recovered. Description Select a Slot number of the target object. Select a Port number of the target that can extract the clock information. Sets the priority of the timing source manually. Sets to use the Line SSM. Sets not to use the Line SSM. Sets the Primary Reference Clock.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Warning dialog box appears.

6. Click the OK button of the dialog box.

Figure 5-242 Warning Dialog Box Information dialog box appears.

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7. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-243 Information Dialog Box

The Equipment Clock Setting window updates the information.

8. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-244 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.5.2 Set EXT Clock


Procedure 5-50 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Equipment Clock/Synchronization Setting to select Ext Clock Setting. The Ext Clock Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-245 Ext Clock Setting Window Ext Clock Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 5-246 Ext Clock Setting Option Window

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Table 5-44 Equipment Clock Setting Parameters


Parameter In/Out EXT Impedance 120 75 EXT CLK Interface bps Hz CRC On/Off On Off SSM Support Enable Disable Sa Bit Out EXT CLK Out SEL NOT SELECT NE CLK MODEM1 MODEM2 GbE Line CLK E1 Line CLK Option Line CLK Slot Port/CH Message Pass Through (available Slot #) (available Port/CH #) On Off Forced SSM Send Value Threshold AIS Generation Mode QL Threshold AIS Generation Mode QL-SEC On Off QL-PRC AIS Shutdown Timing Loop Prevention On Off Select a Slot number of the target object. Select a Port or CH number. Select a CLK type. Selecting NOT SELECT disables CLK outputs. Sa4 to Sa8 Supports SSM. Disables SSM usage. Selects EXT CLK by bit/s or Hertz Selects the impedance of EXT CLK. Value Description

NOTE: Port/CH numbers cannot be changed when the same interface is already used by the equipment clock setting.
5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-247 Information Dialog Box

The Ext Clock Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-248 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.6 Assign STM-1 (Through) Port for V.11/OW


Use the following procedures to assign the user interface (V.11, RS-232C) and Orderwire Channel: V.11/SC Control Setting Select the input of SC Channel, RS-232C, and V.11 from the SC channel of each MODEM. V.11 Directional Setting Set the working mode of V.11. OW Setting Set the Orderwire Channel of the radio section and CALL OUT polarity.

5.1.6.1 V.11/SC Setting


(1) Assign SC Channel Usage
Procedure 5-51 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select V.11/SC Setting. The V.11/SC Setting window appears. 3. Click the SC Channel link:

SC Channel

Figure 5-249 V.11/SC Setting Window V.11/SC Setting (SC Channel) option window appears.

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4. Select a Card from Item drop-down list, and set an SC Channel to the appropriate

port:
Item: MODEM Item: STM1-A

Figure 5-250 V.11/SC Setting (SC Channel) Option Window 5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-251 Information Dialog Box

The V.11/SC Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-252 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Set for MODEM


Procedure 5-52 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select V.11/SC Setting. The V.11/SC Setting window appears. 3. Click the MODEM link:

MODEM

Figure 5-253 V.11/SC Setting Window V.11/SC Setting (MODEM) option window appears. 4. Select a Card from Item drop-down list, and assign the appropriate usage:
From MODEM From MODEM to STM1-A

Figure 5-254 V.11/SC Setting (SC Channel) Option Window 5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-255 Information Dialog Box

The V.11/SC Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-256 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Set for STM1-A


Procedure 5-53 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select V.11/SC Setting. The V.11/SC Setting window appears. 3. Click the STM1-A link:

STM1-A

Figure 5-257 V.11/SC Setting Window V.11/SC Setting (STM1-A) option window appears.

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4. Select a Card from Item drop-down list, and assign the appropriate usage:

Figure 5-258 V.11/SC Setting (STM1-A) Option Window 5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-259 Information Dialog Box

The V.11/SC Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-260 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.6.2 Assign V.11 Directional Setting


Procedure 5-54 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select V.11 Directional Setting. The V.11 Directional Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-261 V.11 Directional Setting Window V.11 Directional Setting option window appears. 4. Set the appropriate direction:

Figure 5-262 V.11 Directional Setting Option Window Table 5-45 V.11 Directional Setting Parameters
Parameter V.11-1 Direction Setting V.11-2 Direction Setting Value Co-Directional Contra-Directional Description The direction to receive data is the same as that of the Clock Input/Output. The direction to receive data is the opposite to that of the Clock Input/Output.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-263 Information Dialog Box

The V.11 Directional Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-264 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.6.3 Assign Orderwire Setting


(1) SW GRP1 (MODEM)
Procedure 5-55 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select OW Setting. The OW Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify link:
MODEM

Figure 5-265 OW Setting Window OW Setting (MODEM) option window appears. 4. Set the appropriate usage:

Figure 5-266 OW Setting Option Window Table 5-46 OW Setting (MODEM) Parameters
Parameter OW Use DSC Value Used Not Used Description Enables the use of OW Channel on the selected Card. Disables the use of OW Channel on the selected Card.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-267 Information Dialog Box

The OW Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-268 Equipment Clock Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) AUX-A
Procedure 5-56 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand V.11/OW Setting to select OW Setting. The OW Setting window appears. 3. Click the AUX-A link:
AUX-A

Figure 5-269 OW Setting Window OW Setting (AUX-A) option window appears. 4. Set the appropriate polarity:

Figure 5-270 OW Setting Option Window Table 5-47 OW Setting (AUX-A) Parameters
Parameter Call Polarity Value Invert Normal Description Calls if a signal is not normal. Calls when a signal is normal.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-271 Information Dialog Box

The OW Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-272 OW Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.7 Configure Alarm/AIS Setting


Use the following procedures to configure the alarm severity, colors, and the relevant settings of AIS events. Correlation Setting Users can modify the conditions to mask alarms (if displaying/clearing alarms on LCT or LED). Alarm Severity Setting Users can modify the severity level of each alarm, such as critical, major, minor, and warning, reported by iPASOLINK 1000. AIS Setting Users can enable/disable AIS outputs, and specify the conditions if to output AIS and delay time to output AIS. BER Threshold Setting Specify the threshold of BER alarm of (High/Low)/STM-1 MUX input and E-BER/ SD.

5.1.7.1 Correlation Settings


Procedure 5-57 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Alarm/AIS Setting to select Correlation Setting. The Correlation Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-273 Correlation Setting Window Correlation Setting option window appears.

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4. Set the appropriate polarity:

Figure 5-274 Correlation Setting Option Window Table 5-48 Correlation Setting Parameters
Parameter Alarm Correlation Value On Off Description Enables to detect lower level alarms. Disables to detect lower level alarms.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-275 Information Dialog Box

The Correlation Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-276 Correlation Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.7.2 AIS Setting


Procedure 5-58 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Alarm/AIS Setting to select AIS Setting. The AIS Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-277 AIS Setting Window AIS Setting option window appears. 4. Set the appropriate polarity:

Figure 5-278 AIS Setting Option Window Table 5-49 AIS Setting Parameters (1 of 2)
Parameter AIS Activation Condition Value LOF + High BER LOF AIS Generated Report Report Not Report Description Sends AIS by receiving LOF and High BER alarms. Sends AIS by receiving LOF signal only. Reports the event of generated AIS. Not to report the event of generated AIS.

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Table 5-49 AIS Setting Parameters (2 of 2)


Parameter AIS Received Report Value Report Not Report AIS Received Condition Alarm Status Description Report the event of receiving AIS. Not to report the event of receiving AIS. Treats an event of receiving AIS as an alarm. Treat an event of receiving AIS as no alarm (event).

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-279 Information Dialog Box

The AIS Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-280 AIS Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.7.3 BER Threshold Setting


Use the following procedures to specify the threshold of BER alarm of (High/Low)/ STM-1 MUX input and E-BER/SD. (1) Switch Group 1 (MODEM)
Procedure 5-59 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Alarm/AIS Setting to select BER Threshold Setting. The BER Threshold Setting window

appears.
3. Click the desired MODEM link:
links to objects option windows

Figure 5-281 BER Threshold Setting Window BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-282 BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) Option Window

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Table 5-50 BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) Parameters


Parameter High BER Value 1E-3 1E-4 1E-5 Low BER 1E-6 1E-7 1E-8 1E-9 Specifies the Low BER Threshold of MW. Description Specifies the High BER Threshold of MW.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-283 Information Dialog Box

The BER Threshold Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-284 BER Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) STM1-A
Procedure 5-60 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand Alarm/AIS Setting to select BER Threshold Setting. The BER Threshold Setting window

appears.
3. Click the desired MODEM link:
links to objects option windows

Figure 5-285 BER Threshold Setting Window BER Threshold Setting (STM1 A) option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-286 BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) Option Window Table 5-51 BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) Parameters
Parameter RS-EXC Value 1E-3 1E-4 1E-5 RS-DEG 1E-6 1E-7 1E-8 1E-9 Specifies the threshold value to detect Regenerator Section Signal Degrade condition. Description Specifies the threshold value to detect Regenerator Section Signal Excessive BER condition.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-287 Information Dialog Box

The BER Threshold Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-288 BER Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.8 Assign PMON/RMON Settings


Use the following procedures to set the relevant configuration of PMON (except Ethernet port) and RMON (Ethernet port), including threshold values. The PMON/RMON Setting provides the following menus: PMON Threshold Setting Threshold setting of PMON (except Ether port). PMON Other Threshold setting of TCN level. RMON Threshold Setting Threshold setting of RMON (Ether port). RMON Other Add the VLAN Counter (VLAN Counter Report).

5.1.8.1 PMON Threshold Setting


PMON/RMON Threshold values can be set to the following objects: MODEM: for a slot (Card) that does not configure Switch Group. SW GRP: for slots (Cards) that configure a Switch Group. APS GRP STM1-A 16E1-A

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(1) MODEM / SW GRP (Slot No.) Tab


Procedure 5-61 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select PMON Threshold Setting. The PMON Threshold Setting

window appears.
3. Click the desired MODEM or SW GRP (for protected slots) tab:
click a tab

Figure 5-289 PMON Threshold Setting Window RF - MODEM or RF - SW GRP option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-290 RF - MODEM Option Window

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Table 5-52 PMON Threshold Setting (MODEM / SW GRP Tab) Parameters


Parameter RF BBE 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF ES 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF SES 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF SEP 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF UAS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF OFS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover Value 0 to 1611000 0 to 1611000 0 to 154656000 0 to 154656000 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-291 Information Dialog Box

The PMON Threshold Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-292 PMON Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(2) APS GRP Tab


Procedure 5-62 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select PMON Threshold Setting. The PMON Threshold Setting

window appears.
3. Click the desired APS GRP tab:
APS GRP tab

Figure 5-293 PMON Threshold Setting Window DMR - APS GRP or RS - APS GRP option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-294 DMR - APS GRP Option Window Table 5-53 PMON Threshold Setting (DMR - APS GRP Tab) Parameters (1 of 2)
Parameter RF BBE 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF ES 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF SES 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover Value 0 to 1611000 0 to 1611000 0 to 154656000 0 to 154656000 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES condition for a 1-Day period.

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Table 5-53 PMON Threshold Setting (DMR - APS GRP Tab) Parameters (2 of 2)
Parameter RF SEP 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF UAS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF OFS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover Value 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period.

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Figure 5-295 RS - APS GRP Option Window Table 5-54 PMON Threshold Setting (RS - APS GRP Tab) Parameters (1 of 2)
Parameter RF BBE-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF ES-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF SES-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover Value 0 to 1611000 0 to 1611000 0 to 154656000 0 to 154656000 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF BBE condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF ES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SES condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SES condition for a 1-Day period.

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Table 5-54 PMON Threshold Setting (RS - APS GRP Tab) Parameters (2 of 2)
Parameter RF SEP-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF UAS-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover RF OFS-RS 15mintes Occur Recover 1day Occur Recover Value 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 0 to 900 0 to 900 0 to 86400 0 to 86400 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF SEP condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF UAS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 15-Minute period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period. Specifies the threshold value to clear the RF OFS condition for a 1-Day period.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-296 Information Dialog Box

The PMON Threshold Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-297 PMON Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.8.2 PMON Other


Procedure 5-63 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select PMON Other. The PMON Other window appears. 3. Click the target MODEM link:
link to option window

Figure 5-298 PMON Other Window PMON Other Setting option window appears.

4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-299 DMR - APS GRP Option Window Table 5-55 PMON Other Setting Parameters
Parameter RX Level TCN Threshold Value 99 to 30 Description Specifies the threshold value to generate TCN RX Level alarm. [unit: dBm]

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-300 Information Dialog Box

The PMON Threshold Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-301 PMON Other Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.8.3 RMON Threshold Setting


Procedure 5-64 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select RMON Threshold Setting. The RMON Threshold Setting

window appears.
3. Click the Modify button:
Modify button

Figure 5-302 RMON Threshold Setting Window RMON Threshold Setting option window appears.

4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-303 RMON Threshold Setting Option Window

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Table 5-56 RMON Threshold Setting Parameters


Parameter RX Drop Events 15 minutes 1 day RX Undersize Pkts 15 minutes 1 day RX Fragments 15 minutes 1 day RX CRC Alignment Errors 15 minutes 1 day RX Oversize Pkts 15 minutes 1 day TX Collisions 15 minutes 1 day Value 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 0 to 133929000 0 to 4294967294 Description Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Drop Event condition for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Drop Events condition for a 1-day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Undersize Pkts condition for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Undersize Pkts condition for a 1-day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Fragments condition for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Fragments condition for a 1-day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX CRC Alignment Error for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX CRC Alignment Error for a 1-day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Oversize Pkts condition for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect an RX Oversize Pkts condition for a 1-day period. Specifies the threshold value to detect a TX collision for a 15-minute period. Specifies the threshold value to detect a TX collision for a 1-day period.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-304 Information Dialog Box

The RMON Threshold Setting window updates the information.

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7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-305 RMON Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.8.4 RMON Other


(a) Add VLAN Counter
Procedure 5-65 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select RMON Other. The RMON Other window appears. 3. Click the VLAN counter No. on the VLAN Counter Select tab:
VLAN Counter numbers

Figure 5-306 RMON Threshold Setting Window RMON Threshold Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-307 VLAN Counter Select Option Window

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Table 5-57 RMON Threshold Setting Parameters


Parameter Item Port Enable Value (available card) (available port) (radio button) Description Select the target card to specify. Select the target port to specify. Clicking the radio button enables to count the frames that pass through the selected VLAN.

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-308 Information Dialog Box

The RMON Other window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-309 RMON Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Delete VLAN Counter


Procedure 5-66 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand PMON/RMON Setting to select RMON Other. The RMON Other window appears. 3. Click the Delete VLAN Counter button:
Delete VLAN Counter

Figure 5-310 RMON Threshold Setting Window

The Delete VLAN Counter option window appears.


4. Select a VLAN Counter No. to be removed, then click the OK button:

Figure 5-311 VLAN Counter Select Option Window Confirmation dialog box appears.

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5. Click the OK button of the dialog box.

Figure 5-312 Confirmation Dialog Box Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-313 Information Dialog Box

The RMON Other window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-314 RMON Threshold Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.9 AUX Setting


AUX Setting provides the following menus: AUX Input Setting AUX Output Setting

5.1.9.1 AUX Input Setting


Procedure 5-67 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand AUX Setting to select AUX Input Setting. The AUX Input Setting window appears. 3. Click the Modify button of the target Input tab:
Modify button

Figure 5-315 AUX Input Setting Window AUX Input Setting option window appears.

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4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-316 AUX Input Setting Option Window Table 5-58 AUX Input Setting Parameters
Parameter Name Condition Value (text field) Alarm when Event On(Close) Alarm when Event Off(Open) Status Status Strings Event On (Close) Event Off (Open) X.733 Severity Critical Major Minor Warning Alarm Type Probable Cause (see Table 5-59) (see Table 5-60) Specifies an alarm type name. Specifies a probable cause of the event. Specifies an alarm severity level. (text field) (text field) Enter the event name to be displayed when the event status changes. Description Enter the event name within one to 32 characters long, which is to be displayed in the Event Log. Reports an alarm when Event On. Reports an alarm when Event Off. Reports the status information instead of an alarm.

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Table 5-59 AUX Input Setting Alarm Types


Parameter X.733 Alarm Type Value communicationAlarm qualityOfServiceAlarm processingErrorAlarm equipmentAlarm environmentalAlarm integrityViolationAlarm operationalViolationAlarm physicalViolationAlarm securityViolationAlarm timeDomainVilolationAlarm

Table 5-60 AUX Input Setting Probable Causes (1 of 6)


Parameter X.733 Probable Causes Value aIS callSetUpFailure degradedSignal farEndReceiverFailure framingError lossOfFrame lossOfPointer lossOfSignal payloadTypeMismatch transmissionError remoteAlarmInterface excessiveBER pathTraceMismatch unavailable signalCableMismatch lossOfMulriFrame receiveFailure transmitFailure modulationFailure

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Table 5-60 AUX Input Setting Probable Causes (2 of 6)


Parameter Value demodulationFailure broadcastChannelFailure connectionEstablishmentError invalidMessageReceived localNodeTransmissionError remoteNodeTransmissionError routingFailure backplaneFailure dataSetProblem equipmentIdentifierDuplication externalIFDeveiceProblem lineCardProblem multiplexerProblem nEIdentifierDuplication powerProblem processorProblem receiverFailure replaceableUnitMissing synchronizationSourceMismatch terminalProblem timingProblem transmitterFailure trunkCardProblem replaceableUnitProblem realTimeClockFailure antennaFailure batteryChargingFailure diskFailure FrequencyHoppingFailure iODeviceError lossOfSynchronisation lossOfRedundancy powerSupplyFailure signalQualityEveluationFailure

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Table 5-60 AUX Input Setting Probable Causes (3 of 6)


Parameter Value tranceiverFailure protectionMechanismFailure protectingResourceFailure airCompressorFailure airConditioningFailure airDryerFailure batteryDischarging batteryFailure commercialPowerFailure coolingFanFailure engineFailure fireDetectorFailure FuseFailure generatorFailure lowBatteryThreshold pumpFailure rectifierFailure rectifierHighVoltage rectifierLowFVoltage ventilationsSystemFailure enclosureDoorOpen explosiveGas fire flood highHumidity highTemperature highWind iceBuildUp intrusionDetection lowFuel lowHumidity lowCablePressure lowTemperature lowWater

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Parameter Value smoke toxicGas coolingSystemFailure externalEquipmentFailure externalPointFailure storageCabacityProblem memoryMismatch corruptData outOfCPUCydes sfwrEnvironmentProblem sfwrDownloadFailure lossOfRealTimel applicationSubsystemFailure databaseInconsistency fileError outOfMemory softwareError timeoutExpired underlayingResourceUnavailable versionMismatch bandwidthReduced congestion excessiveErrorRate excessiveResponseTime excessiveRetransmissionRate reducedLoggingCapbility systemResourcesOverload adapterError applicationSubsystemFailure bandwidthReducedX733 callEstablishmentError communicationsProtocolError communicationsSubsystemFailure configurationOrCustomizationError

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Table 5-60 AUX Input Setting Probable Causes (5 of 6)


Parameter Value congestionX733 coruptData corruptData cpuCycleslimitExceeded dataSetOrModemError degradedSignalX733 dteDceInterfaceError enclosureDoorOpenX733 equipmentVibration fileErrorX733 direDetected framingErrorX733 heatingVentCoolingSystemProblem humidityUnacceptable inputOutputDeviceError inputDeticeError lanError leakDetected localNodeTransmissionErrorX733 lossOfFrameX733 lossOfSignalX733 materialSupplyExhausted multiplexerProblemX733 outOfMemoryX733 outputDeviceError performanceDegraded powerProblems pressureUnacceptable processorProblems pumpFailureX733 queueSizeExceeded receiveFailureX733 receiverFailureX733 remoteNodeTransmissionErrorX733

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Parameter Value resourceAtOrNearingCapacity responseTimeExcessive retransmissionRateExcessive softwareErrorX733 softwareProgramAbnormallyTerminated softwareProgramError storageCapacityProblemX733 temperatureUnacceptable thresholdCrossed timingProblemX733 toxicLeakDetected transmitFailureX733 transmitterFailure

underlyingResourceUnavailable
versionMismatchX733 authenticationFailure breachOfConfidentiality cableTamper delayedInformation denialOfService duplicateInformation iniformatinMissing informationModificationDetected informationOutOfSequence keyExpired nonRepudiationFailure outOfHoursActivity outOfService proceduralError unauthorizedAccessAttempt unexpectedInformation other

5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears.

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6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-317 Information Dialog Box

The AUX Input Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-318 AUX Input Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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Procedure 5-68 1. Launch and log in to WebLCT. 2. In the MENU frame on the left, expand Provisioning, then expand AUX Setting to select AUX Output Setting. The AUX Output Setting window appears. 3. Click the target Output number:
Output numbers

Figure 5-319 AUX Output Setting Window AUX Output Setting option window appears. 4. Assign the appropriate settings:

Figure 5-320 AUX Output Setting Option Window Table 5-61 AUX Output Setting Parameters
Parameter Name Condition Status Strings Event On (Close) Event Off (Open) (text field) (text field) Enter the event name. Value (text field) Event Off(Open) Event On(Close) Description Enter the event name within one to 32 characters long. Outputs a control signal when the Event is off. Outputs a control signal when the Event is on.

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5. When completed, click the OK button. Information dialog box appears. 6. Click the OK button of the dialog box to proceed.

Figure 5-321 Information Dialog Box

The AUX Output Setting window updates the information.


7. Verify the displayed information.

Figure 5-322 AUX Output Setting Window

This step ends the procedure.

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ACAP ACCP ACK AGC AIS ALM ALS AMR ANT, Ant. APS ATT ATPC AU AUX Ave BBE BER BPF BS BSC BTS CAPEX CBS CCDP CCM CEPT CIR CKT, ckt CLK Adjacent Channel Alternate Polarization Adjacent Channel Co-Polarization Acknowledgement Automatic Gain Control Alarm Indication Signal Alarm Automatic Laser Shutdown Adaptive Modulation Radio Antenna Automatic Protection Switch Attenuator Automatic Transmitter Power Control Administrative Unit Auxiliary Average Background Block Error Bit Error Ratio/Rate Band Pass Filter Base Station Base Station Controller Base Transceiver Station Capital Expenditure Committed Burst Size Co-Channel Dual Polarization Continuity Check Message Conference of European Postal & Telecommunication Administration Committed Information Rate Circuit Clock CoS CPU CR CRC CS CTRL CV CW DA DADE DB DC DCN DEG DEI DEM Des (Dest) DI D/I DL DM DMM DMR DO CMF CMI CNR CONV CORBA Channel Mismatch Failure Coded Mark Inversion Carrier Noise Ratio Converter Common Object Request Broker Architecture Class of Service Central Processing Unit Critical Cyclic Redundancy Check Channel Separation Control near and Code Violation Carrier Wave Destination Address Differential Absolute Delay Equalizer Database Direct Current Data Communication Network Degraded Drop Eligible Indicator Demodulator Destination Data-In Drop and Insert Download Delay Measurement Delay Measurement Message Delay Measurement Reply Data-Out

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DSCP DUP DXC E1 EBS EIR EMC EML EMS EOW EPS EQL ERP ES ETH ETH-CC ETH-LB ETH-LBM ETH-LBR ETH-LT ETH-LTM ETH-LTR ETH-OAM ETH-OAM LB ETH-OAM LT ETH-RDI ETSI EXC E-to-E Fail F/B

Differentiated Services Code Pointer Duplexer Digital Cross Connect E-carrier level 1 Express Burst Size Excess Information Rate Electro Magnetic Compatibility Element Management Layer Element Management System C Order Wire ETH-Protection Switch Equalizer ETH-Ring Protection Switch Errored Seconds Ethernet ETH-Continuity Check function ETH-Loopback function ETH-Loopback Message ETH-Loopback Reply ETH-Link Trace function ETH-Link Trace Message ETH-Link Trace Reply Ethernet Operations, Administration and Maintenance ETH-OAM Loopback ETH-OAM Link Trace ETH-Remote Defect Indication function European Telecommunications Standards Institute Electrical Cross Connect End-to-End Failure Front Back Ratio

FCS FDB FE FEC FEBBE FEES FESES FEUAS FPGA F/W GbE, GBE 3GPP GUI H HDB HK HP HYB H/W ID IDU IE IEC IEEE I/F IF IHG IN INTFC I/O IP

Frame Check Sequence Forwarding Database Fast Ethernet Forward Error Correction Far End Background Block Error Far End Errored Seconds Far End Severely Errored Seconds Far End Unavailable Seconds Field Programmable Gate Array Firmware Gigabit Ethernet 3rd Generation Partnership Project Graphical User Interface Horizontal High Density Bipolar Housekeeping HIgher order Path Hybrid Hardware Identification Indoor Unit Internet Explorer International Electrotechnical Commission Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Interface Intermediate Frequency iAPSOLINK High Grade Input Interface Input/Output Internet Protocol

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ITU ITU-R ITU-T L2SW LAN LB LBM LCD LCT LDPC LED Lev. LLF LM LMM LNA LO LOC LOF LOM LOP LO REF LOS LP LPM LT LTI LTM MAC MAINT MAX Mdev

International Telecommunication Union Radio Communication Sector of ITU Telecommunication Sector of ITU Layer 2 Switch Local Area Network Loopback Loopback Message Loss of Cell Delineation Local Craft Terminal Low Density Party Check Light Emitting Diode Level Link Loss Forwarding Loss Measurement Loss Measurement Message Low Noise Amplifier Local Oscillator Loss of Continuity Loss of Frame Loss of Multiframe Loss of Pointer Local Reference Signal Loss Loss of Signal Lower Order Path Link Performance Monitor Link Trace Loss of Incoming Timing Input Link Trace Message Media Access Control Maintenance Maximum Mean Deviation

MD CPU MDI MDIX MD4 MD5 MEG MEM MEP MIN MIP MIX MJ MMC MME MMG MN MOD MODEM MON MPX MS MSC MSDU MSP MTBF MTPC MUX N/A NBI NE NML NMS

MODEM CPU Medium Dependent Interface Medium Dependent Interface Crossover Message Digest Algorithm 4 Message Digest Algorithm 5 Maintenance Entity Group Memory MEG End Point Minimum Maintenance Intermediate Point Mixer Major Multi Media Card Mobility Management Entity Mismerge Minor Modulator Modulator Demodulator Monitor Multiplexer Multiplex Section Mobile Switching Center MAC Service Data Unit Multiplex Section Protection Mean Time Between Failure Manual Transmitter Power Control Multiplexing Equipment Not Applicable Northbound Interface Network Element Network Management Layer Network Management System

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OAM OCR Octs ODU OFS OMT OPEX OPP OPR OPT OSPF OSS OUT OW PA PBR PCP PDH PDU PGM PHY PIR PJE PJE-N PJE-P PKG Pkts PLM PMC PMON

Operation Administration and Maintenance Occur Octets Outdoor Unit Out of Frame Second Orthomode Transducer Operational Expenditure Opposite Operation Optical Open Shortest Path First Operation Support System Output Orderwire Power Amplifier Pressurizable Type B, flange profile square Rectangular Priority Code Point Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy Protocol Data Unit Program Physical Peak Information Rate Pointer Justification Event Pointer Justification Event Negative Stuff Pointer Justification Event Positive Stuff Package Packets Payload Label Mismatch PASOLINK Management Card Performance Monitor

PNMSj PPI ppm PPP PPS PQ PRM PROT PS RSL PSC PSD PWR QAM QoS QPSK RCVR REF REM RDI RF RFS RL RMON RNC RPL RS RS-232 RSL RST RSTP RX

PASOLINK Network Management System Java Version PDH PHY Interface parts per million Point-to-Point Protocol Path Protection Switch Priority Queuing Parameter Protection Power Supply Receive Signal Level Protection Switching Counts Protection Switching Duration Power Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Quality of Service Quadrature Phase Shift Keying Recover Reference Remote Remote Defect Indication Radio Frequency Radio Frequency Systems Relay Remote Network Monitoring Radio Network Controller Ring Protection Link Regenerator Section Recommended Standard 232 Received Signal Level Regenerator Section Termination Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Receiver

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SC SD SDH SEG SEP SES SFP SGMI SMS SMU SNCP SNMP SP SPD SRC STAT STD STM STP SUB SW S/W SWG SYNC TCI TCN TDM TDMoP TEMP TERM TF

Service Channel Space Diversity Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Segment Severely Errored Period Severely Errored Seconds Small Form Factor Pluggable Security Gateway Management Interface Synchronous Multiplexing System Source Measure Unit Sub-network Connection Protection Simple Network Management Protocol Strict Priority Speed Source MAC Address Status Standard Synchronous Transport Module Spanning Tree Protocol Substitute Switch Software Switch Group Synchronous Tag Control Information Threshold Crossing Notification Time Division Multiplex TDM over Packet Temperature; Temporary Terminal Transmit Fail

TIM TLV TM TNC ToS TPID TQC TTL TU TX UAE UAS UL UNEQ UNEXP Unicast DMR UNM UNP USB V VC VLAN VP VPN VSWR WDM WG WR WRR WWW WS XCTRL

Trace Identifier Mismatch Type Length Value Through Mode Threaded Neil-Concelman Type of Service Tag Protocol Identifier Total Quality Control Time to Live Tributary Unit Transmitter UAS Event Unavailable Seconds Upload Unequipped Unexpected Unicast Delay Measurement Reply Unexpected MEP Unexpected Period Universal Serial Bus Vertical; Volt Virtual Channel Virtual LAN Virtual Path Virtual Private Network Voltage Standing Wave Ratio Wavelength Division Multiplexing Waveguide Warning Weighted Round Robin World Wide Web Wayside XPIC Control

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X-DEM XFP XIF XPD XPIC XREF

XPIC Demodulator 10 (X) Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable XPIC IF Cross Polarization Discrimination Ratio Cross Polarization Interface Canceller XPIC Reference

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