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Keyboard operation

Action

<Space bar>

Switches the setting of the check box, activates the focused button, enables the radio button, or activates toolbar button.

<Enter>

Activates the default button (does not require keyboard focus).

<Escape>

Activates the Cancel button (does not require keyboard focus).

<F10> or <Alt>

Moves focus to menu bar and posts first menu.

<Shift> + <F10>

Opens the context menu for the selected object.

Table 4

Standard keyboard operations (Cont.)

2.2 Connecting to FPFM200 Web-LCT

Before start

Before connecting to FPFM200 Web-LCT, make sure the IDU system is in operation.

A valid memory key is required to boot-up the system successfully, because when the system is boot up, it will first check the data in the memory key.

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The memory key can not be plugged in again in 1 minute after it was removed from the FPFM200 IDU, or the system will issue ‘Memory Key Wrong Type’ alarm.

Steps

To establish a connection to FPFM200, complete the following steps if the PC is con- nected to the OOB port of the IDU directly:

1 Connect a PC to the OOB port of the IDU which is running. For minimum PC requirement, please refer to Chapter 2.2.1.

2 Open the IE explorer in PC.

3 key in the local IP address of the IDU to be connected, e.g., http://192.168.255.100.

4 Select the user type from the User Name drop-down list and key in the correspond- ing password in text field, see Figure 2.

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For the default user types and passwords, please contact Nokia Siemens Networks technical support.

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Operate & Maintain Getting started Figure 2 Login window 5 Select version2C or version3 from the

Figure 2

Login window

5 Select version2C or version3 from the SNMP Version drop-down list.

If select version2C from the drop-down list, then Authentication Protocol is fixed and there is no privacy for Privacy Protocol.

If select version3 from the drop-down list, the precondition is that the security software package has been already installed and enabled. Then Authentication Protocol is fixed and there is two options for Privacy Protocol, either AES-128 or No privacy.

for Privacy Protocol , either AES-128 or No privacy . 6 The GUI window of the

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The GUI window of the connected IDU is opened and the connection to the IDU is estab- lished.

Click the

button.

If the PC is not connected directly to the OOB port of the IDU but within the same subnet, follow the steps:

1 Make sure the PC’s network connection is running.

2 Open the IE explorer in PC.

3 key in the public IP address of the IDU to be connected, e.g., http://192.168.10.64.

4 Repeat steps 4, 5 and 6.

2.2.1 PC requirement

Web-LCT requires the following minimum system configuration:

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Computer

1 GHz or faster processor

Operating system

Microsoft Windows XP only

Software environment

Java (JRE) version 1.6 or higher. It can be downloaded from www.java.com/en/download.

Webpage browser which supports Java application, e.g., Internet Explorer (IE) 6 and higher, Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and higher, and Google Chrome.

Service supported

HTTP (port 80)

SNMP (port 161)

FTP (port 21 & 22)

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PC requirement for Web-LCT

2.3 Graphical User Interface

The LCT enables the user to perform a wide variety of operation, configuration, and maintenance tasks with the FPFM200 EP1.

The LCT GUI offers the main elements described in the following sub-chapters. The set of functions available for each operator depends on the user group of the login account, which is defined by an administrator.

2.3.1 Main window

Once a connection is established with the NE, the main window is displayed as the root screen to access all other windows. Figure 3 provides an overview of the main window.

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Operate & Maintain Getting started Figure 3 LCT Main window 2.3.2 Main window menu Figure 4

Figure 3

LCT Main window

2.3.2 Main window menu

Figure 4 displays the LCT Main window menu. By clicking one of these menu items, the specific drop-down menu opens.

one of these menu items, the specific drop-down menu opens. Figure 4 Table 6 provides a

Figure 4

Table 6 provides a detailed description of the Main window menu items.

Main window menu

 

Menu item

Description

File

 
 

Exit

Exits the LCT application.

Connection

 
 

Reconnect

Reconnects the LCT with a node.

 

Disconnect

Disconnects the LCT with a node.

Help

 
 

Web LCT of FirstMile Help

Opens the Help topics window.

 

About Web LCT of FirstMile

Display the LCT application information.

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Main window menu items

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Figure 5 displays the toolbar icons corresponding of Reconnect, Disconnect and Help menu items from left to right.

, Disconnect and Help menu items from left to right. Figure 5 Toolbar icons 2.3.3 Equipment

Figure 5

Toolbar icons

2.3.3 Equipment view of FPFM200 2.0 IDU

The “Equipment view” window displays a graphical replica of the IDU and its interfaces. The “Equipment view” window provides access to the detailed information and configu- ration windows associated with the different components in the graphic replica. See Figure 6.

different components in the graphic replica. See Figure 6 . g g g Figure 6 Chassis

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Figure 6

Chassis view

The name of local management interface is changed from Dual-IDU to OOB.

The name of in band management interface is changed from OOB to DCN.

The name of TDM port is changed from E1/T1 to E1/T1/J1.

RST is added for the reset button.

GE port 3 and 4 are changed to 3 (PWR) and 4 (PWR).

The new names “OOB”, “DCN” and “E1/T1/J1” will be applied on new equipment after 31 March 2011. Meanwhile the old names “Dual-IDU”, “OOB” and “E1/T1” still appears in some equipment of first production (before April 2011).

For old label marks on the front panel, please refer to Product Description Chapter 2.2.1 Interfaces for reference. All the graphics in this manual use the new label marks.

2.3.4 View bar

The View bar on the left side of the LCT Main window is used to navigate between dif- ferent views and elements. All the views/tasks that are available on the View bar are also available on the View menu.

In connected mode the following buttons are available:

Icon

Description

Opens the IDU device view containing the “equipment view” and “hardware view”.

Opens the IDU device view containing the “equipment view” and “hardware view”.

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Table 7

View bar

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Description

Contains management settings: network configuration, NTP setting, configuration management, etc.

Contains management settings: network configuration, NTP setting, configuration management, etc.

Contains general sync configuration and interface sync configuration.

Contains general sync configuration and interface sync configuration.

Contains management VLAN, bridge configuration, xSTP and LLDP information.

Contains management VLAN, bridge configuration, xSTP and LLDP information.

Contains scheduler mode, port ingress rate limit, port egress shaping, queue egress shaping and sRED

Contains scheduler mode, port ingress rate limit, port egress shaping, queue egress shaping and sRED informa- tion.

Contains both Ethernet Service and CESoP Service con- figuration pages.

Contains both Ethernet Service and CESoP Service con- figuration pages.

Contains Link protection group, Link aggregation group and E-CCM information.

Contains Link protection group, Link aggregation group and E-CCM information.

Contains MD list and OAM global configuration informa- tion.

Contains MD list and OAM global configuration informa- tion.

Contains performance monitoring reports for different traffic according to different standards.

Contains performance monitoring reports for different traffic according to different standards.

Contains all the maintenance related settings, i.e. loopback testing, configuration backup, security setting and event

Contains all the maintenance related settings, i.e. loopback testing, configuration backup, security setting and event log.

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Icon

Description

Contains all the security information: V2 user manage- ment, SNMP version and account log.

Contains all the security information: V2 user manage- ment, SNMP version and account log.

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View bar (Cont.)

The following part of this manual is described for each icon of the View bar.

2.3.5 Alarm area

The alarm is displayed along the bottom of the main window, see Figure 7. All the active alarms are collected and the numbers of the alarms are listed by severity and category. By clicking the certain alarm area, the corresponding alarm window opens. The alarm area can be used to verify and analyze any kind of errors or previous actions performed in the current session with the connected IDU.

performed in the current session with the connected IDU. Figure 7 Alarm area 2.3.6 General function

Figure 7

Alarm area

2.3.6 General function buttons

By clicking one of the function buttons in the windows, a specific operation can be done.

Table 8 provides a detailed description of the general function buttons.

Function button

Description

To add new settings.

To add new settings.

To confirm all the configuration changes mode.

To confirm all the configuration changes mode.

To close the window without saving any configura- tion changes.

To close the window without saving any configura- tion changes.

To close the window without saving any configura- tion changes.

To close the window without saving any configura- tion changes.

To create new settings.

To create new settings.

To delete the current settings.

To delete the current settings.

To view the detailed information of the specific component.

To view the detailed information of the specific component.

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General function buttons

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Description

To launch the Online Help system.

To launch the Online Help system.

To modify the settings of a specific component.

To modify the settings of a specific component.

To confirm all the configuration changes and close the window.

To confirm all the configuration changes and close the window.

To print the information of a specific component.

To print the information of a specific component.

To obtain the latest information of a specific com- ponent.

To obtain the latest information of a specific com- ponent.

To view the detailed information of a specific com- ponent.

To view the detailed information of a specific com- ponent.

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3 Device settings

The device properties view is displayed correspondingly for the selected object on equipment view.

correspondingly for the selected object on equipment view. Figure 8 Device view 3.1 System properties In

Figure 8

Device view

3.1 System properties

In system properties view, there are four tabs of parameters group.

Basic

Port List

Dry Contact

Inventory

In Basic tab, the general information of the equipment is displayed. Some information cannot be edited, e.g., System up time, Current time, Temperature, Memory key. The others are changeable to the user, e.g., System name, System location, Contact infor- mation etc. Normally these changeable items are configured when the equipment is

commissioned. See Figure 8. Click the

the equipment is commissioned. See Figure 8 . Click the button to get the most updated

button to get the most updated infor-

mation. And after the modification, click the

updated infor- mation. And after the modification, click the button to commit the changes. In Port

button to commit the changes.

In Port List tab, it lists all the general hardware specification(Port, Name, Type, Speed)

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Figure 9

Port list tab

In Dry Contact tab, it shows exactly the same information as the dry contact button on the front panel block diagram. Please refer to 3.2 for details.

panel block diagram. Please refer to 3.2 for details. Figure 10 Dry Contact g Since this

Figure 10

Dry Contact

g Since this tab works the same way as the Dry Contact tab described in chapter 3.2 Dry contact setting, modification in this tab will also take effect in the other Dry Contact tab, vice versa.

In Inventory tab, it shows all the information regarding software and hardware.

In Hardware Inventory, the following information is shown: System, Hardware Code,

Firmware Code, Modification, etc. Click the information.

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Figure 11

Hardware Inventory

In Software Inventory, the following information is shown: Active Loads, Stand-by

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Loads, Switch Loads, etc. Click the tion.

Stand-by 30 Loads, Switch Loads, etc. Click the tion. button to get the most updated informa-

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Figure 12

Software Inventory

In Memory Key, the following information is shown: Serial number, Equipment name.

Click the

is shown: Serial number, Equipment name. Click the button to get the most updated information. Figure

button to get the most updated information.

name. Click the button to get the most updated information. Figure 13 Memory Key 3.2 Dry

Figure 13

Memory Key

3.2 Dry contact setting

Click the Dry contact button on the front panel block diagram in Figure 14 to open the dry contact settings view.

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Device settings Operate & Maintain Figure 14 Alarm Output tab for dry contact g Since this

Figure 14

Alarm Output tab for dry contact

g Since this tab works the same way as the Dry Contact tab described in the previous chapter System Properties, modification in this tab will also take effect in the other Dry Contact tab, vice versa.

This interface provides Station alarms, Remote Controls and equipment Alarm Severity. Based on the users’ requirements, this interface can be connected to the LED indicator or a bell to indicate an alarm occurrence. Click the dry contact icon on the front panel block diagram to see the information.

There are two tabs of parameters group.

Alarm Output

Alarm Input

Alarm Output

Alarm Output are the outputs commands remotely controlled by the EMS.

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In the Alarm Output tab, Click the tion.

by the EMS. 32 In the Alarm Output tab, Click the tion. Modify the Alarm output

Modify the Alarm output

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1 Select one row and click the

Maintain Device settings 1 Select one row and click the button to open the Modify box.

button to open the Modify box.

one row and click the button to open the Modify box. Figure 15 Modify box in

Figure 15

Modify box in Alarm Output tab

2 Fill in the Name and select the Polarity (Ground, Open), State (Normal, Active).

3 Click the

(Ground, Open), State (Normal, Active). 3 Click the button to commit the changes or click the

button to commit the changes or click the

withdraw the changes.

to commit the changes or click the withdraw the changes. button to g For Alarm Output,

button to

g For Alarm Output, there are two output lines, Alarm Output 1 and Alarm Output 2.

Ground means grounding indicates the alarm triggered, while Open means open- circuit indicates the alarm triggered.

Alarm Input

Alarm Input are controlled by the IDU and two input alarms are carried to the EMS (e.g., over-temperature, open-door indication). A severity can be assigned to each input by the operator.

Change to the Alarm Input tab, and click the mation.

Change to the Alarm Input tab, and click the mation. to get the most updated infor-

to get the most updated infor-

tab, and click the mation. to get the most updated infor- Figure 16 Alarm Input tab

Figure 16

Alarm Input tab for dry contact

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Operate & Maintain 1 Select one row and click on the button to open the Modify

button to open the Modify box.

one row and click on the button to open the Modify box. Figure 17 Modify box

Figure 17

Modify box in Alarm Input tab

2 Fill in the Name and select the Polarity (Ground, Open).

3 Select the Severity (Critical, Major, Minor, Warning, Undefine).

4 Click the

(Critical, Major, Minor, Warning, Undefine ). 4 Click the button to commit the changes or click

button to commit the changes or click the

withdraw the changes.

to commit the changes or click the withdraw the changes. button to g Ground means grounding

button to

g Ground means grounding indicates the alarm triggered, while Open means open- circuit indicates the alarm triggered.

The Alarm Severity are three output alarms indicating the Severity of the equipment. Critical/Major is one alarm output and Minor/Warning is another alarm output. While the Undefine is the undefined alarm level which can be set by the user.

3.3 OOB setting

Click OOB icon on the front panel block diagram in Figure 18 to open the OOB settings view.

block diagram in Figure 18 to open the OOB settings view. 34 Figure 18 OOB port

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Figure 18

OOB port

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OOB management interface aims to connect the two IDUs for management purposes. It will configure the alignment of the protection IDU to the main IDU and exchange the alarm information, etc. Click the OOB icon on the front panel block diagram to see the information.

There are IP address and Subnet mask information shown here for the OOB port. Click

Subnet mask information shown here for the OOB port. Click the information. button to get the

the

information.

button to get the most updated information. And they are read-only

3.4 DCN setting

DCN interface is an Ethernet port which is designed for local management through IP packets. Click the DCN icon on the front panel block diagram in Figure 19 to open the DCN settings view.

There are IP address, Subnet mask and Default gateway information shown here for

the DCN port. Click the

gateway information shown here for the DCN port. Click the button to get the most updated

button to get the most updated information. And all

these fields can be modified. After the modification, click the the changes.

be modified. After the modification, click the the changes. button to commit Figure 19 DCN port

button to commit

the modification, click the the changes. button to commit Figure 19 DCN port 3.5 E1/T1/J1 interface

Figure 19

DCN port

3.5 E1/T1/J1 interface setting

Click any one of the eight E1/T1/J1 interface icons on the front panel block diagram in Figure 20 to open the E1/T1/J1 settings view.

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Figure 20

E1/T1/J1 interface

There are eight E1/T1/J1 interfaces to be configured here. Click on any E1/T1/J1 inter- face on the front panel block diagram, the corresponding information will be shown, such as Name, Type, etc. And users can make desired modification, such as AdminStatus, Line coding, Loopback, etc.

For the E1/T1/J1 port, there are following parameters:

Parameter

Description

Name

It shows the name of the port, e.g., E1 (1). Read-only.

Type

It shows the type of the port, e.g., E1. Read-only.

Admin status

It is the place where the desired state can be set to Up or Down.

Operational status

It indicates the current operational status of the inter- face. Read-only.

Line type

It indicates the variety of E1 frame type.

Line coding

It describes the variety of zero code suppression used on this interface. HDB3, AMI, etc.

Line status

It indicates the line status of the interface. Read-only.

Line impedance

Nominal impedance. balanced 120ohms(E1), unbal- anced 75ohms(E1), 100ohm T1 and 110ohm J1.

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Table 9

Properties for the E1/T1/J1 interface

Click the

36 Table 9 Properties for the E1/T1/J1 interface Click the button to get the current status

button to get the current status and most updated information for

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3.6 SFP module setting

Basic information is shown for SFP port, such as Name, Type, etc. And the preferences for this port can be set, such as MDI Sensing, TPID, etc.

Click the SFP icon on the front panel block diagram to open the settings view.

on the front panel block diagram to open the settings view. Figure 21 For the SFP

Figure 21

For the SFP Basic Properties, there are three tabs of parameters group:

SFP Properties

Properties

Auto Negotiation

SFP

In Properties tab, the following information is shown: Name, Type, Admin Status, Oper- ation Status, etc.

Parameter

Description

Name

It shows the name of the interface, e.g., SFP1 (1) Read-only

Type

It shows the type of the interface, e.g., Ethernet, Read- only

Admin status

It shows the desired state of the interface. up or down.

Operational status

It indicates the current operational status of the inter- face. Read-only.

MDI sensing

It shows the MDI/MDIX autosensing enabled or dis- abled.

SSM enable

It enables synchronization status messaging (SSM).

enabled - SSM messages sending and receiving is enabled.

disabled - SSM messages sending and receiving is disabled.

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Description

Mode

It shows the port mode, e.g., NNI.

TPID

TPID is the Tag Protocol Identifier which appears in the packet segment to indicate the IEEE 802.1Q is the protocol used. And the default value is 0x8100 in Hex.

MTU

It is the maximum packet size that can be sent on the interface and it is specified in octets. The range is from 64 to 9600 bytes.

Shutdown enable

If the port is UNI and a service is created upon this port, then if shutdown enable is enabled, once the service is up, the port is up automatically, once the service is down, the port is down automatically. It is not applica- ble to NNI.

Speed

It is the physical bandwidth in bits per second, e.g., 10Mbit/s, 100Mbit/s, 1000Mbit/s.

Foreign equipment type

It shows the type of the connected equipment. Other or ODU.

Table 10

Properties for the SFP module (Cont.)

Click the

. Table 10 Properties for the SFP module (Cont.) Click the button to get the current

button to get the current status and information for this interface.

And after changing the parameters, click the

this interface. And after changing the parameters, click the button to commit the changes. In Auto

button to commit the changes.

In Auto Negotiation tab, the following information is shown: Speed, MAU type, MAU status, etc.

information is shown: Speed, MAU type, MAU status , etc. 38 Figure 22 SFP Auto Negotiation

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Figure 22

SFP Auto Negotiation

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Description

Auto negotiation admin status

It will show whether the Auto negotiation admin status is set or not. If it is set to disabled, the Auto negotiation capability advertised bits need to be set amount 10 Base-T half duplex mode, etc. If it is set to enabled, the Auto negotiation capability advertised bits will not take effect.

Auto negotiation restart

If Auto negotiation admin status is enabled and this value is set to restart, two counterparts will restart the auto negotiation.

Auto negotiation capability bits

It reflects the options chosen from Auto negotiation capability advertised bit field. Read-only.

Auto negotiation capability advertised bits

If the Auto negotiation admin status is disabled, this field need to specify the rate in bits.

MAU type

It shows the MAU (Medium Attachment Unit) type, e.g.,

1000BaseTFD.

MAU status

It shows the real status, e.g., Operational.

MAU default type

It shows the default MAU (Medium Attachment Unit) type, e.g., 1000BaseTFD.

Table 11

Auto Negotiation for the SFP module

Click the

Table 11 Auto Negotiation for the SFP module Click the button to get the current status

button to get the current status and information for this interface.

And after changing the parameters, click the

this interface. And after changing the parameters, click the button to commit the changes. In SFP

button to commit the changes.

In SFP tab, the following information is shown: Module wave length, Module distance, Module vendor, etc. All this information is read-only which reads the information about the SFP module except Laser shutdown, ALS admin status and Laser status.

except Laser shutdown, ALS admin status and Laser status. Figure 23 SFP Parameter Description Laser shutdown

Figure 23

SFP

Parameter

Description

Laser shutdown

If it is set to enabled, the LED will be off. If it is set to disabled, it will work together with ALS admin status.

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Description

ALS admin status

Auto Laser Shutdown status indicates whether the LED is on or not. If it is set to enabled and Laser shutdown is disabled, then if there is no signal coming in, the LED is off.

Laser status

It shows the laser status, switchedOn or switchedOff.

Table 12

SFP editable fields (Cont.)

Click the

switchedOff . Table 12 SFP editable fields (Cont.) Click the button to get the current status

button to get the current status and information for this interface.

And after changing the parameters, click the

this interface. And after changing the parameters, click the button to commit the changes. 3.7 Electrical

button to commit the changes.

3.7 Electrical GE interface setting

The configuration of this port is similar to SFP port.

Basic information is shown for GE port, such as Name, Type, etc. And the preferences for this port can be set, such as MDI Sensing, TPID, etc.

Same as SFP port settings, the configuration for QoS can be set here, including egress scheduling mode (strict priority or weighted fair queuing), number of queues working in strict priority mode, number of packets to be served for each queue (totally eight queues), etc.

g Flow based priority criteria is supported in Release 2.0.

Click the GE icon on the front panel block diagram to open the settings view.

on the front panel block diagram to open the settings view. 40 Figure 24 There are

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Figure 24

There are three tabs of parameters group:

GE Port Properties

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In Properties tab, the following information is shown: Name, Type, Admin Status, Oper- ation Status, etc.

Parameter

Description

Name

It shows the name of the interface, e.g., GE2 Read- only

Type

It shows the type of the interface, e.g., Ethernet, Read- only

Admin status

It shows the desired state of the interface. up or down.

Operational status

It indicates the current operational status of the inter- face. Read-only.

MDIsensing

It shows the MDI/MDIX autosensing enabled or dis- abled.

Phy master slave selection

Either master or slave can be selected.

Meas master slave status

It shows the status for the NE, master or slave.

Mode

It sets the port mode, e.g., NNI.

TPID

TPID is the Tag Protocol Identifier which appears in the packet segment to indicate the IEEE 802.1Q is the protocol used. And the default value is 0x8100 in Hex.

MTU

It is the maximum packet size that can be sent on the interface and it is specified in octets. The range is from 64 to 9600 bytes.

Shutdown enable

If the port is UNI and a service is created upon this port, then if shutdown enable is enabled, once the service is up, the port is up automatically, once the service is down, the port is down automatically. It is not applica- ble to NNI.

Power supply

It shows whether the GE port will support the power to the ODU or not. Only GE 3 and GE 4 have this function. So for GE1 and GE2, it is disabled by default.

Power supply status

It shows the status of the power supply conditions. If GE3 and GE4 are enabled for the power supply func- tion, and ODU is connected to one of these ports, then the status will show Active. Otherwise, it shows not- Active.

Speed

It is the physical bandwidth in bits per second, e.g., 10Mbit/s, 100Mbit/s, 1000Mbit/s.

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Description

Foreign equipment type

It shows the type of the connected equipment. Other or ODU.

Table 13

Properties for GE port (Cont.)

Click the

or ODU . Table 13 Properties for GE port (Cont.) Click the button to get the

button to get the current status and information for this interface.

And after changing the parameters, click the

this interface. And after changing the parameters, click the button to commit the changes. In Auto

button to commit the changes.

In Auto Negotiation tab, the following information is shown: Speed, MAU type, MAU status, etc.

information is shown: Speed, MAU type, MAU status , etc. Figure 25 GE Auto Negotiation Parameter

Figure 25

GE Auto Negotiation

Parameter

Description

Auto negotiation admin status

It will show whether the Auto negotiation admin status is set or not. If it is set to disabled, the Auto negotiation capability advertised bits need to be set amount 10 Base-T half duplex mode, etc. If it is set to enabled, the Auto negotiation capability advertised bits will not take effect.

Auto negotiation restart

If Auto negotiation admin status is enabled and this value is set to restart, two counterparts will restart the auto negotiation.

Auto negotiation capability bits

It reflects the option chosen from Auto negotiation capability advertised bits field.

Auto negotiation capability advertised bits

If the Auto negotiation admin status is disabled, this field need to specify the rate in bits.

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Description

MAU type

It shows the MAU (Medium Attachment Unit) type, e.g.,

1000BaseTFD.

MAU status

It shows the real status, e.g., Operational.

MAU default type

It shows the default MAU (Medium Attachment Unit) type, e.g., 1000BaseTFD.

Table 14

Auto Negotiation for GE port (Cont.)

Click the

Table 14 Auto Negotiation for GE port (Cont.) Click the button to get the current status

button to get the current status and information for this interface.

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4 NE Management

The NE management view shows different network related information, e.g., Network Configuration, NTP Setting, Software, License, etc. See Figure 26.

NTP Setting, Software, License, etc. See Figure 26 . Figure 26 There are ten tabs of

Figure 26

There are ten tabs of parameters group:

NE management view

Network Configuration

Management VLAN

NTP Setting

Software

License

Configuration Management

Log Management

System Commands

Local Trap

Netview Trap

4.1 Network Configuration

In the Network Configuration tab, the network related information are displayed, e.g., DCN IP address, Subnet mask and Default gateway. See Figure 26.

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Subnet mask and Default gateway. See Figure 26 . 44 Click on Click on any of

Click on

Click on any of these three fields and make corresponding changes. The color of

button to get the most recent information.

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In Management VLAN view, there are four tabs of parameters group, See Figure 27.

there are four tabs of parameters group, See Figure 27 . Figure 27 Management VLAN –

Figure 27

Management VLAN

General

Management VLAN Interfaces

FDB Static Unicast Table

FDB Unicast Table

In the General tab, the M-VID , Network Rate Limit and Management VLAN Priority can be set here. See Figure 27.

Click the

VLAN Priority can be set here. See Figure 27 . Click the button to get the

button to get the most recent information. Also the user can make

modifications directly on each field. And after the modification, click the to commit the changes.

And after the modification, click the to commit the changes. button In the Management VLAN Interfaces

button

In the Management VLAN Interfaces tab, it includes the following information: Port, Ingress Rate Limit (Kbps), Egress Rate Limit (Kbps), VLAN ID and Status. See Figure

28.

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Click the

NE Management Operate & Maintain Click the button to get the most updated information. Create a

button to get the most updated information.

Create a Management VLAN Interface

Here the parameters for the management interfaces can be configured.

1 Click on the

the management interfaces can be configured. 1 Click on the button to open the create window.

button to open the create window. And there are five param-

eters can be set. See Figure 29.

And there are five param- eters can be set. See Figure 29 . Figure 29 Create

Figure 29

Create a Management VLAN Interface

2 Fill in the following parameters for the new Management VLAN Interface

Parameter

Descriptions

Port

It indicates the interface which need to be added into the VLAN.

Ingress rate Limit (Kbps)

It is the ingress limit. If this interface is an NNI port, then this field is read-only and equals the value of Network Rate Limit. If this interface is a UNI port, then this field is read-write and the default value is 384 Kbit/s.

Egress rate Limit (Kbps)

It is the egress limit. If this interface is an NNI port, then this field is read-only and equals the value of Network Rate Limit. If this interface is a UNI port, then this field is read-write and the default value is 384 Kbit/s.

VLAN ID

By default it is 127.

Tag

It shows two status: tagged and untagged.

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Management E-Lan Interfaces Parameters

untagged. 46 Table 15 Management E-Lan Interfaces Parameters 3 Click the button to confirm all the
untagged. 46 Table 15 Management E-Lan Interfaces Parameters 3 Click the button to confirm all the

3 Click the

button to confirm all the settings or click the

withdraw the settings. If there is no error message showing up, the Management

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Delete a Management VLAN Interface

to the error messages. Delete a Management VLAN Interface Figure 30 Delete a management VLAN interface

Figure 30

Delete a management VLAN interface

VLAN Interface Figure 30 Delete a management VLAN interface Select a Management VLAN Interface entry to

Select a Management VLAN Interface entry to be deleted, and click the button.

Then a confirmation box appears with the question “Are you sure to delete them(it)?”.

Click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to delete it, otherwise, click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to withdraw the dele-

tion.

In the FDB Static Unicast Table tab, the information is shown, e.g., Static Unicast Mac Address, Port and Status. See Figure 31.

Unicast Mac Address, Port and Status. See Figure 31 . Figure 31 FDB static unicast table

Figure 31

FDB static unicast table

Click the

Figure 31 . Figure 31 FDB static unicast table Click the button to get the most

button to get the most recent information.

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NE Management Operate & Maintain 1 Click on the button to open the create window. And

button to open the create window. And there are two param-

eters can be set. See Figure 32.

And there are two param- eters can be set. See Figure 32 . Figure 32 Create

Figure 32

Create FDB Static Unicast

2 Fill in the following parameters for the new FDB Static Unicast Table entry.

 

Parameter

Description

Static unicast mac address

It is the MAC address for which the entry was configured.

Port

It is the bridge port corresponding to the configured interface.

Table 16

FDB Static Unicast Table parameters

Table 16 FDB Static Unicast Table parameters 3 Click the button to confirm all the settings
Table 16 FDB Static Unicast Table parameters 3 Click the button to confirm all the settings

3 Click the button to confirm all the settings or click the button to withdraw the settings. If there is no error message showing up, the FDB Static Unicast Table entry is created successfully. Otherwise, the user has to diagnose the problem according to the error messages.

Delete a FDB Static Unicast Table entry

the error messages. Delete a FDB Static Unicast Table entry Select a FDB Static Unicast Table

Select a FDB Static Unicast Table entry to be deleted, and click the

Then a confirmation box appears with the question “Are you sure to delete them(it)?”.

button.

Click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to delete it, otherwise, click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to withdraw the dele-

tion.

In the FDB Unicast Table tab, the information is shown, e.g., Unicast Mac Address, port. See Figure 33.

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Figure 33

FDB unicast table

Click the

NE Management Figure 33 FDB unicast table Click the button to get the most recent information.

button to get the most recent information.

4.3 NTP Setting

In NTP Setting tab, the following information needs to be provided: Time server IP, Current PC time, Current GMT time, Time zone and Daylight saving enable. See Figure

34.

Time zone and Daylight saving enable. See Figure 34 . Figure 34 There are three ways

Figure 34

There are three ways to set IDU time:

1. Choose the checkbox corresponding Time server IP to enable setting of time server’s IP, then the IDU time will synchronize with the time server’s time. The time will not be lost after cold reboot.

2. Click

button to use current PC time as the IDU time.

NTP (Network Timing Protocol) Setting

time as the IDU time. NTP (Network Timing Protocol) Setting The time will be lost after

The time will be lost after cold reboot.

3. Manually fill in the time in Current GMT time field. The time will be lost after cold reboot.

g When (enable/disable) checkbox is selected, the Current GMT time will be greyed out.

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NE Management Operate & Maintain g 4.4 If (enable/disable) checkbox is not selected and is not

If (enable/disable) checkbox is not selected and is not clicked, the default date for IDU will be 2009-1-1.

button

Click on

the default date for IDU will be 2009-1-1. button Click on button to get the most

button to get the most recent information.

Click on any of these fields and make corresponding changes, and click on button to commit the changes.

changes, and click on button to commit the changes. Software There are four groups of information

Software

There are four groups of information shown in the software management tab.

Software Information

Firmware Information

Software Measurement

Software Operation Status

– Software Measurement – Software Operation Status Figure 35 Software tab view Click the button to

Figure 35

Software tab view

Click the

Operation Status Figure 35 Software tab view Click the button to get the most recent information.

button to get the most recent information.

In Software Information group, the following information is shown:

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Description

Active software version

The software version of active load file.

Standby software version

The software version of standby load file.

Activated date (PC time zone)

The date of software activation (PC time zone).

Activated date (NE time zone)

The date of software activation (NE time zone).

Table 17

Software information parameters

g The software version along with FPFM200 R2.0 panel will be the latest software version dedicated for FPFM200 R2.0. If the user still needs the old software ware for R1.0 EP1, he/she needs to download the corresponding software version from NOLS website.

In Firmware Information group, the following information is shown:

Parameter

Description

Firmware Components

The string identifying the component.

Running Version

Hardware version running on the compo- nent.

Standby Version

Hardware version available for the com- ponent on the standby load.

Table 18

Hardware information parameters

In Software Measurement group, the following information is shown:

Parameter

Description

Active software checksum

The checksum for the active load.

Standby software checksum

The checksum for the standby load.

Standby software status

It shows whether the standby software is valid or invalid, e.g., validLoad.

Service hitless switch

Indicates whether the switch process has impact on service traffic.

Table 19

Software measurement parameters

In Software Operation Status group, the following information is shown:

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Download status

It shows the downloading, scheduled downloading, switching and align status, e.g., Copy finished!, Download Success- ful!, etc.

Self-test status

It shows the self-test failed or not, e.g., Normal.

Switching allowed

When Standby version is compatible with the active version, the switch command can be executed.

Table 20

Download status parameters

4.4.1 Scheduled switch process

Click the

status parameters 4.4.1 Scheduled switch process Click the button, a box Schedule Entry is open. Figure

button, a box Schedule Entry is open.

process Click the button, a box Schedule Entry is open. Figure 36 Schedule Entry box Here

Figure 36 Schedule Entry box

Here it shows all the scheduled entries with Schedule Owner, Schedule Name, Time information, etc. Also the user can specify a new entry by filling in Schedule Name, Date

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and Time information and then click the

Name, Date 52 and Time information and then click the button to commit the creation. Also

button to commit the creation. Also if

one entry is no longer needed, just click this entry and click the

is no longer needed, just click this entry and click the button to delete it. Otherwise,

button to

delete it. Otherwise, click the

and click the button to delete it. Otherwise, click the button to go back to the

button to go back to the main view.

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Figure 37

Software file selection

button, a box Choose the Software File to Download is open. Choose the Software File to Download is open.

Click the

See Figure 37. After selecting the directory where you store the latest software version,

the directory where you store the latest software version, then click the button to begin the

then click the button to begin the downloading process. If it fails, ‘Download Failed!’ will be shown in the Operation status. If it succeeds, ‘Download Successful!’ will be shown in the Operation status of Software Operation Status in Figure 35. Then the latest software version is downloaded to the standby software bank of the Network Ele- ments.

g Normally, before the download process, the latest software version should be down- loaded to the PC which is running the Web-LCT.

In order to upgrade the NE between FPFM200 R1.0 EP1 to FPFM200 R2.0, follow the steps:

1. Download the latest software version for FPFM200 R2.0 to the NE

2. Follow the instruction in 4.4.3 to upgrade to R2.0

The license already present on NE can still be maintained after upgrade finished. If nec- essary, new licenses can be enabled after the upgrade.

Downgrade of the NE between FPFM200 R2.0 and FPFM200 R1.0 EP1 has to be done before any other operation on the NE, i.e., before any configuration or enable any license.

In order to downgrade FPFM R2.0 to R1.0 EP1, follow the steps:

1. Download the corresponding software version for FPFM200 R1.0 EP1 to the NE.

2. Follow the instruction in 4.4.3 to downgrade to R1.0 EP1

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After these steps, the configuration can be set and the licenses can be enabled.

4.4.3 Immediately switch process

After finishing the download process, there will be two software versions stored, one is the Running version, the other is the Standby version, if you want to replace the old

is the Standby version, if you want to replace the old software version with the new

software version with the new software version, just click the

button to begin the switch process. Once the switch process is finished, ‘Switched suc- cessfully’ will be shown in the Operation status of Software Operation Status in Figure

35.

g

g

The software version switch takes about 10 minutes at least.

It is not recommended to downgrade the software version from R2.0 to R1.0 EP1, because all the configuration and license keys will be cleared, and data will not be recov- ered later upgrading to version R2.0 again.

4.4.4 Align process

In order to align the software version in the active bank with the version in the standby

4.5

in the active bank with the version in the standby 4.5 bank, click the standby file’

bank, click the

standby file’ will be shown as the Operation status of Software Operation Status in Figure 35. Once it is successful, the software versions in both the active bank and the standby bank will be the same. The version number will be identical for Running version and Standby version in Hardware Information.

button to begin the write process. ‘Copy the software to the

License

In License tab view, the current available licenses (i.e., Feature license) with their oper- ating status are displayed, see Figure 38.

their oper- ating status are displayed, see Figure 38 . 54 Figure 38 License view Click

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Figure 38

License view

Click

displayed, see Figure 38 . 54 Figure 38 License view Click to get the most updated

to get the most updated license information.

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g

For the detailed explanation of each license and license management, please refer to the Licensing of FPFM200 IDU Product Description.

Each equipment of FPFM200 has an unique Challenge number. It is used together with License Mask, and License key (a physical dongle) to generate an upgrading license key to the user.

For details of how to generate an upgrading license key, please refer to Chapter 4.5.1.

4.5.1 CLicS License Key

The new CLICS License Key can be generated using following steps:

1 Login to NOLS (NokiaSiemensNetworks Online Service http://online.portal.noki- asiemensnetworks.com), navigate to Care > I-CLicS.

2 In I-CLisC home page, select link License Key Code Generation from left-hand menu.

3 Fill in following fields: NE Type Drop-down List, Target ID, License Mask.

4 Press Create button.

5 License key generated is displayed in the License Key Code field.

key generated is displayed in the License Key Code field. Figure 39 License Key Generation in

Figure 39

License Key Generation in CLicS

g Generated license key cannot be searched and retrieved later. So it has to be written down or printed when generated. For security reasons, do not write down on paper, but store in an encrypted laptop, e.g., in a text editor.

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The configuration management function provides user the protection of current config- uration of the system. The user can also restore the backuped configuration file to help diagnosing the network problem if any. See Figure 40.

help diagnosing the network problem if any. See Figure 40 . Figure 40 Configuration management view

Figure 40

Configuration management view

To backup the configuration, follow the steps below:

1 Click the

button to select the location where the backup file to be saved.the configuration, follow the steps below: 1 Click the 2 Click the the Operation Status .

to select the location where the backup file to be saved. 2 Click the the Operation

2 Click the the Operation Status.

3 Wait until the backup completion message shows up. The configuration backup is completed successfully.

button to start backup. The progress is showing at

To restore a configuration, follow the steps below:

1 Click the

before.

button to select the location where the restore file savedconfiguration, follow the steps below: 1 Click the before. 2 Click the the Operation Status .

button to select the location where the restore file saved 2 Click the the Operation Status

2 Click the the Operation Status.

3 Wait until the restore completion message shows up. The configuration restore is completed successfully.

button to start restore. The progress is showing at

g Before to make any operation of restoration in the NE, the operator has to check the con- figuration of the TDM interface mode.

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It is mandatory that the TDM interface mode in the backup file is the same as that on NE. For example, if the TDM interface mode in the backup file is “T1 mode”, then the TDM interface mode on NE has to be “T1 mode” as well.

If the two TDM interface modes are different, before to perform the operation of restora- tion on NE, the operator has to change the TDM interface mode accordingly with the mode in the restore file.

1. Check the TDM interface mode in the restore file and on NE

2. If it is different, change the TDM interface mode on NE

3. Run the restoration

4.7 Log management

In Log mangement tab, Event Log and Log Download information can be displayed and downloaded. See Figure 41.

can be displayed and downloaded. See Figure 41 . Figure 41 Event log In Event Log

Figure 41

Event log

In Event Log tab, all kinds of log information can be displayed here.

Click the

kinds of log information can be displayed here. Click the button to get the most recent

button to get the most recent information.

In Log Download tab, logs can be downloaded from the NE. See Figure 42.

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Figure 42

Log Download

To download logs, follow the steps below:

1 Click the

button to select the location where the log file to be saved.To download logs, follow the steps below: 1 Click the 2 Click the button to start

to select the location where the log file to be saved. 2 Click the button to

2 Click the button to start downloading. The progress is showing at the Operation Status.

3 Wait until the download completion message shows up. The memory log download- ing is completed successfully.

4.8 System Commands

In System Commands tab, the following buttons can be used: Refresh, Reset Software (warm reboot), Reset Hardware (cold reboot) and Restore to Factory Default. Also, the user can use Restore to Factory Default to resume to the default setting. See Figure 43.

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System Command Setting

g Reset Software will reset the NE via software configuration without any interruption to the traffic.

Reset Hardware will re-configure the NE and the traffic will be interrupted.

Once click the

And after the waiting period, a message “Restore to factory default completed!” indi- cates the process is successful. All the configuration will be cleared except the public IP

address.

configuration will be cleared except the public IP address. button, the following message will appear. Figure

button, the following message will appear.

IP address. button, the following message will appear. Figure 44 Restore to Factory Default 4.9 Local

Figure 44

Restore to Factory Default

4.9 Local Trap

In the Local Trap tab, it includes the following information: Trap Destination IP Address,

UDP Port, Erase Time Second (0

14400)

and Row Status. See Figure 45.

Time Second (0 14400) and Row Status. See Figure 45 . Figure 45 Local Trap Click

Figure 45

Local Trap

Click the

Row Status. See Figure 45 . Figure 45 Local Trap Click the button to get the

button to get the most recent information.

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NE Management Operate & Maintain 1 Click on the button to open the create window. And

button to open the create window. And there are three

parameters can be set. See Figure 46.

And there are three parameters can be set. See Figure 46 . Figure 46 Create Local

Figure 46

Create Local Trap

2 Fill in the following parameters for the new Local Trap entry.

Parameter

Description

Trap destination IP address

It is the IP address for which the trap will be sent to.

UDP Port (162

65535)

It is the UDP port set for this static trap.

Erase time second (0 14400)

It is the time the static trap exists. After this time duration, the static trap will be deleted.

Table 21

FDB Static Unicast Table parameters

be deleted. Table 21 FDB Static Unicast Table parameters 3 Click the button to withdraw the
be deleted. Table 21 FDB Static Unicast Table parameters 3 Click the button to withdraw the

3 Click the

button to

withdraw the settings. If there is no error message showing up, the static trap is created successfully. Otherwise, the user has to diagnose the problem according to

the error messages.

button to confirm all the settings or click the

Delete a Local Trap entry

all the settings or click the Delete a Local Trap entry Select a Local Trap entry

Select a Local Trap entry to be deleted, and click the

Then a confirmation box appears with the question “Are you sure to delete them(it)?”.

button.

Click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to delete it, otherwise, click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to withdraw the dele-

tion.

4.10 Netview Trap

In the Netview Trap tab, it includes the following information: Trap Destination IP

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Figure 47

Netview Trap

Click the

Maintain NE Management Figure 47 Netview Trap Click the button to get the most recent information.

button to get the most recent information.

Create a Netview Trap entry

1 Click the

recent information. Create a Netview Trap entry 1 Click the button to open the create window.

button to open the create window. And there are three param-

eters can be set. See Figure 48.

there are three param- eters can be set. See Figure 48 . Figure 48 Create Netview

Figure 48

Create Netview Trap

2 Fill in the following parameters for the new Netview Trap entry.

Parameter

 

Description

Trap destination IP address

is the IP address for which the trap will be sent to.

It

Community string

A

community to which the destination

address belongs.

Erase time second (0 14400)

It

is the time the dynamic trap exists.

After this time duration, the dynamic

trap will be deleted.

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NE Management Operate & Maintain 3 Click the button to withdraw the settings. If there is

3 Click the

button to

withdraw the settings. If there is no error message showing up, the dynamic trap is created successfully. Otherwise, the user has to diagnose the problem according to the error messages.

button to confirm all the settings or click the

Delete a Netview Trap entry

all the settings or click the Delete a Netview Trap entry Select a Netview Trap entry

Select a Netview Trap entry to be deleted, and click the

Then a confirmation box appears with the question “Are you sure to delete them(it)?”.

button.

Click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to delete it, otherwise, click

Click button to delete it, otherwise, click button to withdraw the dele-

button to withdraw the dele-

tion.

g Netview traps can only exist for a duration which is defined by the user. After that dura- tion, the Netview traps will disappear automatically.

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g

Clock Sync settings

Figure 49 lists all the synchronization sources of the system (in the Sync Normal/SSM Source List section). The user can create, modify, or delete a synchronization source.

It is allowed a maximum of two synchronization sources which can be E1 or Ethernet interface; one as primary source, and the other as secondary source. When the primary source is not available, the system automatically uses the secondary one.

available, the system automatically uses the secondary one. Figure 49 Synchronization settings overview There are three

Figure 49

Synchronization settings overview

There are three tabs of synchronization parameters group:

General Sync Configuration

Transmit clock source for E1/T1/J1

SSM configuration for Ethernet port

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For the detailed information of FPFM200 synchronization feature, please refer to Syn- chronization over Packet network in Product Description manual.

5.1 General Sync Configuration

In General tab (see Figure 49), there are two views showing Sync Mode and Sync Source List.

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5.1.1 Sync mode settings

Under Sync Mode view, Clock Mode can be selected as Internal/External. See Figure

49.

If External is selected, External Clock Mode can be selected as Normal/SSM, the views will be different as follows:

External Clock Mode-Normal

If one E1 or one Ethernet interface is selected as synchronization source, when the source fails the system goes to internal source (freerun state).

While two synchronization interfaces are selected, one as primary source and the other as secondary, when the primary source is not available, the system automatically uses the secondary one. Once the primary source is recovered, the system comes back to the primary source if the revertive mode is set, or stay on the secondary source if the non-revertive mode is configured.

secondary source if the non-revertive mode is configured. Figure 50 External Clock Mode-Normal view – External

Figure 50

External Clock Mode-Normal view

External Clock Mode-SSM the system selects the best synchronization source based on following criteria stated in the Synchronization State Message (SSM) received, e.g., signal fail, signal received quality level, or priority. The synchronization state is freerun(no clock source is chosen), holdover and Locked.

g Only if the SSM enable is enabled, then in General Sync Configuration tab, External Clock Mode can be set to SSM. Otherwise, the setting to SSM for External Clock Mode will not take effect.

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g If no synchronization source exists in the Sync Source List in Figure 49, no SSM will be sent out.

Sync Source List in Figure 49 , no SSM will be sent out. Figure 51 Clock

Figure 51

Clock Mode-SSM view

The parameters in Sync Mode view are listed in Table 23:

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Parameter

Description

Clock Mode

External or Internal

Synchronization state

When configured in Internal Reference mode the system shall foresee only one synchronization state, the freeRun(1).

When configured in External Reference mode the system shall foresee the fol- lowing states:

freeRun(1): this is the state selected after startup or after a synchroniza- tion reset command.

locked(2): this is the state selected after the PLL has locked and no syn- chronization alarms are present, i.e. a qualified reference source is avail- able at the selected interface.

holdover(3): this is the state selected when the reference source has been disqualified due to some problems.

External Clock Mode

Can be set between Normal and SSM

HoleoffTime(ms)

The clock hold over time: the time in milli seconds that the clock has to stay in failure state before reporting on the failure.

Applicable values (in milli seconds):

Minimum value - 300 milli seconds.

Maximum value - 1800 milli seconds.

Default value - 300 milli seconds.

WTR Time(s)

Enables the revertive mode and repre- sents the time after which an input, back to fault free, can be considered as avail- able by the selection process.

Applicable values (in seconds):

Minimum value - 0 second; Maximum value - 720 seconds.

To disable the revertive mode, and therefore select the nonRevertive option, the special value 3600 is used. Configuration granularity: 60 seconds. Default value - 300 seconds.

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Parameter

Description

SSM System Clock Threshold

SSM System Clock Threshold. Setting it to notApplicable will disable the thresh- old. And other choices define the corre- sponding clock threshold in order to select the proper clock source.

Clock Mode Measurement

When the Clock mode is selected, reports if all configurations are ok or if any configuration is missing or is not correct.

Table 23

Sync configuration input settings (Cont.)

Click the

Table 23 Sync configuration input settings (Cont.) Click the button to get the most updated information.

button to get the most updated information.

Modify any fields under Sync Mode and click the tings.

Modify any fields under Sync Mode and click the tings. button to confirm the set- 5.1.2

button to confirm the set-

5.1.2 Sync Normal/SSM source list setting

Sync Normal Source List

The existed general synchronization configuration are listed in Sync Normal Source List view with the parameters in Table 24 if Normal mode is selected for external clock mode. See Figure 50.

Parameter

Description

Priority

1 as primary and 2 as secondary.

Source id

If the clock source type is line, the clock source is from E1/T1 port.

If the clock source type is ethPort, the clock source is from Ethernet port.

Table 24

Synchronization Normal Source List

Create a synchronization source

To create a new synchronization source interface, follow the steps below:

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1 Click the

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button to open the creating window, see Figure 52:

the button to open the creating window, see Figure 52 : Figure 52 Create a synchronization

Figure 52

Create a synchronization source window

2 Select the synchronization clock Source id.

3 Click the

button to confirm the settings. The new synchronization sourceSelect the synchronization clock Source id . 3 Click the is created. Delete a synchronization source

is created.

Delete a synchronization source

Select an entry of the synchronization source list to be deleted, click the button.

synchronization source list to be deleted, click the button. Modify a synchronization source To modify a

Modify a synchronization source

To modify a existing synchronization source interface, follow the steps below:

1 Click the

source interface, follow the steps below: 1 Click the button to open the modify window, see

button to open the modify window, see Figure 53:

Click the button to open the modify window, see Figure 53 : 68 Figure 53 Modify

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Figure 53

Modify a synchronization source window

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2 Modify the synchronization clock Source id.

3 Click the

Modify the synchronization clock Source id . 3 Click the button to confirm the settings or

button to confirm the settings or click the

withdraw the settings.

to confirm the settings or click the withdraw the settings. button to Sync SSM Source List

button to

Sync SSM Source List

The existed general synchronization configuration are listed in Sync SSM Source List view with the parameters in Table 25 if SSM mode is selected for external clock mode. See Figure 51.

Parameter

Description

Priority

1 as primary and 2 as secondary.

Type

line applies to the TDM synchronization input.

ethPort applies to an Ethernet interface configured in slave clock mode.

internal applies to the internal oscillator.

Clock source

If the clock source type is line, the clock source is from E1/T1 port.

If the clock source type is ethPort, the clock source is from Ethernet port.

Configured QL

Configured Quality Level (QL) of SSM.

Table 25

Synchronization SSM Source List

Create a synchronization source

To create a new synchronization source interface, follow the steps below:

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1 Click the

button to open the creating window, see Figure 54 : Figure 54:

the button to open the creating window, see Figure 54 : Figure 54 Create a synchronization

Figure 54

Create a synchronization source window

2 Select the synchronization source Type, Clock Source (interface) and Configured QL.

3 Click the

button to confirm the settings. The new synchronization sourceClock Source (interface) and Configured QL . 3 Click the is created. Delete a synchronization source

is created.

Delete a synchronization source

Select an entry of the synchronization source list to be deleted, click the button.

synchronization source list to be deleted, click the button. Modify a synchronization source To modify a

Modify a synchronization source

To modify a existing synchronization source interface, follow the steps below:

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1 Click the

button to open the modify window, see Figure 55 : Figure 55:

Click the button to open the modify window, see Figure 55 : Figure 55 Modify a

Figure 55

Modify a synchronization source window

2 Modify the synchronization clock Type, Clock source and Configured QL.

3

button to confirm the settings or click theclock Type, Clock source and Configured QL . 3 Click the withdraw the settings. button to

Click the

withdraw the settings.

the settings or click the Click the withdraw the settings. button to 5.2 Transmit clock source

button to

5.2 Transmit clock source for E1/T1/J1

settings. button to 5.2 Transmit clock source for E1/T1/J1 Figure 56 Transmit clock source for E1/T1/J1

Figure 56

Transmit clock source for E1/T1/J1 tab

Port Index and Output Index Type will be displayed for different ports.

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Modify a interface synchronization configuration for E1/T1/J1 port

To modify a existing interface synchronization configuration, follow the steps below:

1. Select one existing interface synchronization entry and click open the modify box. See Figure 57.

entry and click open the modify box. See Figure 57 . button to Figure 57 Modify

button to

and click open the modify box. See Figure 57 . button to Figure 57 Modify interface

Figure 57

Modify interface synchronization entry (E1/T1/J1)

2. Select the Output clock type: Loopback, System, PW Recovered, TDM Sync.

3. Click the

Loopback, System, PW Recovered, TDM Sync. 3. Click the button to confirm the settings or click

button to confirm the settings or click the

withdraw the modification.

button toconfirm the settings or click the withdraw the modification. 5.3 SSM configuration for Ethernet port Figure

5.3 SSM configuration for Ethernet port

button to 5.3 SSM configuration for Ethernet port Figure 58 SSM configuration for Ethernet port tab

Figure 58

SSM configuration for Ethernet port tab

Modify a interface synchronization configuration for the Ethernet port

To modify a existing interface synchronization configuration, follow the steps below:

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Figure 59

Modify interface synchronization entry (Ethernet port)

2. Select the SSM enable to disabled or enabled.

g Only if the SSM enable is enabled, then in General Sync Configuration tab, External Clock Mode can be set to SSM. Otherwise, the setting to SSM for External Clock Mode will not take effect.

3. Click the

for External Clock Mode will not take effect. 3. Click the button to confirm the settings

button to confirm the settings or click the

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6 Ethernet Configuration

Two SFP interfaces and four GE interfaces can also be configured here to be the man- agement interfaces to send and receive the management packets.

The Ethernet configurations is displayed as in Figure 60.

The Ethernet configurations is displayed as in Figure 60 . Figure 60 And there are three

Figure 60

And there are three types of Ethernet configurations.

Ethernet configuration settings view

General configuration

xSTP

LLDP

Click on one setting, the corresponding view is displayed.

6.1 General Configuration

In the General Configuration tab, it includes the following information: Aging Time Dis-

abled, Aging Time (10

Limit (10

1000000

seconds), Mac Cache Disabled and Mac Cache Size

8192).

See Figure 60.

Parameter

Description

Aging time

Indicates how long the automatically assigned MAC address is available.

Mac cache size limit

Indicates the size of the learned MAC address occupied.

Table 26

Aging time parameters

learned MAC address occupied. Table 26 Aging time parameters Click the Also, the user can make

Click the

Also, the user can make modifications directly on each field. After the changes, click

button to get the most updated information.

changes, click button to get the most updated information. button to commit the changes. 6.2 xSTP

button to commit the changes.

6.2 xSTP

In RSTP/MSTP view, there are three tabs of parameter groups. See Figure 61.

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CIST

CIST Advanced

MST

In the Configuration tab, the xSTP Enable and 100ms Clock Unit Enable can be set here. See Figure 61.

100ms Clock Unit Enable can be set here. See Figure 61 . Figure 61 Configuration Parameter

Figure 61

Configuration

Parameter

Description

xSTP Enable

Used to enable or disable the RSTP/MSTP.

100ms Clock Unit Enable

Used to enable or disable the clock unit of 100ms

Table 27

xSTP Enable

g During the re-enabling of the xSTP, there will be a temp loop.

the re-enabling of the xSTP, there will be a temp loop. Click the make modifications directly

Click the

make modifications directly on those two fields. And after the modification, click the

button to get the most updated information. Also the user can

to get the most updated information. Also the user can button to commit the changes. In

button to commit the changes.

In the CIST tab, the CIST Bridge Information and CIST Port Properties can be set here. See Figure 62.

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Figure 62

CIST

Parameter

Description

Bridge MAC

MAC address of the bridge.

Priority

The value of the editable portion of the Bridge ID (i.e., the first two octets of the (8 octet long) Bridge ID). Permissible values are 0-61440, in steps of 4096.

Scheme

Indicates whether the MSTP or RSTP will be used.

Table 28

CIST Bridge Information

   

Parameter

Description

ID

The identifier of the port.

Port

Name of the port.

Priority

The priority field for the Port Identifier for the Port. Permissible values are 0-240.

Port State

The current state of the Port.

xSTP Enabled Status

Indicate whether the xSTP is enabled or not on this port.

Protocol Migration

The current value of the mcheck variable for the Port.

Admin Edge Port Status

In a Bridge that supports the identifica- tion of edge ports, the status of the Port's Admin Edge Port.

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Parameter

Description

Oper Edge Port Status

In a Bridge that supports the identifica- tion of edge ports, the status of the Port's operational Edge Port.

External Port Path Cost

CIST path cost from all bridges to the CIST Root. Permissible values are 0-

200000000.

Internal Port Path Cost

IST path cost from the transmitting Bridge to the IST Regional Root. Per- missible values are 0-200000000.