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Alcatel-Lucent 9400 9400 AWY | Release 2.1.6 Customer Release Notes Alcatel-Lucent — Proprietary 3DB 16219
Alcatel-Lucent 9400 9400 AWY | Release 2.1.6 Customer Release Notes Alcatel-Lucent — Proprietary 3DB 16219

Alcatel-Lucent 9400

9400 AWY | Release 2.1.6

Customer Release Notes

Alcatel-Lucent — Proprietary

3DB 16219 AAAA FMZZA December 2010 Edition 1

Alcatel, Lucent, Alcatel-Lucent and the Alcatel-Lucent logo are trademarks of Alcatel-Lucent. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

The information presented is subject to change without notice. Alcatel-Lucent assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein.

Copyright © 2010 Alcatel-Lucent. All Rights Reserved.

Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Alcatel-Lucent and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Alcatel-Lucent without its written authorization.

Conformance statements

Interference Information: Part 15 of FCC Rules NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If the equipment is not installed and used in accordance with the guidelines in this document, the equipment may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at the expense of the user.

Security statement

In rare instances, unauthorized individuals make connections to the telecommunications network through the use of remote access features. In such an event, applicable tariffs require that the customer pay all network charges for traffic. Alcatel-Lucent cannot be responsible for such charges and will not make any allowance or give any credit for charges that result from unauthorized access.

Limited warranty

For terms and conditions of sale, contact your Alcatel-Lucent Account Team.

Contents

Contents About this document 4 Purpose 4 Reason for revision 4 Intended audience 4 How to

About this document

4

Purpose

4

Reason for revision

4

Intended audience

4

How to use this document

4

Safety information

5

Related information

5

Online Customer Support (OLCS)

5

Software ordering

6

How to comment

6

1 Features

7

New features in Release 2.1.6

8

Prior release features

11

Supported hardware

15

Supported hardware for Release 2.1.6

15

Supported SW Items

24

TCO Suite system requirements

25

2 Issues

27

Resolved issues

28

Known issues

29

Restrictions

31

3 Software installation and upgrade

32

Software components

33

Software upgrade

35

About this document

Purpose

About this document Purpose These Customer Release Notes provide information on the 9400 AWY Release 2.1.6

These Customer Release Notes provide information on the 9400 AWY Release 2.1.6 features, known issues, resolved issues, software installation, and upgrade procedures.

Reason for revision

This is the first issue.

Intended audience

This document is intended for individuals who are responsible for the installation, acceptance, operations, and maintenance of the 9400 AWY.

How to use this document

Chapter 1, “Features”

This chapter of the Customer Release Notes includes the delivered software, supported hardware, and new features to Release 2.1.6. It also includes a history of features from prior releases.

Chapter 2 “Issues”

This chapter of the Customer Release Notes provides a list of known issues or usage notes in Release 2.1.6, any restrictions noted for Release 2.1.6 (which include the workaround and resolved restrictions), and a list of Resolved issues in Release 2.1.6.

Chapter 3, “Software installation and upgrade”

This chapter provides the list of SW components for the Release 2.1.6 software. It also provides upgrade paths & guidelines to install the Release 2.1.6 into a new network element, or to perform a software upgrade from previous Releases to Release 2.1.6.

About this document

Safety information

For your safety, this document contains safety statements. Safety statements are given at points where risks of damage to personnel, equipment, and operation may exist. Failure to follow the directions in a safety statement may result in serious consequences.

For additional safety precautions, please see the safety instructions in the 9400 AWY User Manual Release 2.1.6, 3DB 16220 AAAA).

Related information

The following is a list of related documents:

Document No.

Title

Updated for this Release

PN 3DB16220AAAA

9400 AWY User Manual Release 2.1.6

Yes

Online Customer Support (OLCS)

The following hyperlink can be used to access the Online Customer Support (OLCS) website for technical support information, ordering documentation, and software ordering.

https://support.alcatel-lucent.com/portal/olcsHome.do

Technical support

For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the Online Customer Support (OLCS) website for contact information. Once at the OLCS website, choose Product Technical Support on the right-hand side of the page.

Documentation and software ordering

To order Alcatel-Lucent documents, contact your local sales representative or use the Online Customer Support Site (OLCS) website. Once at the OLCS website, choose My Products on the right-hand side of the page. From the Product page, you can access hyperlinks to Documentation and Downloads.

About this document

Software ordering

The following table summarizes the software and documentation ordering information:

Ordering No.

Description

3DB16222AA

9400AWY 2.1.6 Documentation CD-ROM

3DB16131AG

9400AWY 2.1.6 SWP CD-ROM

3DB75014AA

TCO R4.3 SWP DVD-ROM

3DB16079AG

64Mb IDU 8Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16081AG

64Mb IDU 16Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16082AG

64Mb IDU 16Mb 4/16QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16083AG

64Mb IDU 32Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16084AG

64Mb IDU 32Mb 4/16QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16085AG

64Mb IDU 64Mb 16QAM R216 SW KEY

How to comment

To comment on this document, go to the Online Comment Form (http://infodoc.alcatel- lucent.com/comments/) or e-mail your comments to the Comments Hotline (comments@alcatel-lucent.com).

1

Features

Overview

Purpose

1 Features Overview Purpose This chapter of the Customer Release Notes provides a list of supported

This chapter of the Customer Release Notes provides a list of supported hardware, new features to Release 2.1.6, features from prior releases, features which have been significantly changed in this release, and any additional product changes.

Contents

This chapter discusses these topics:

New features in Release 2.1.6

8

Prior release features

11

Supported hardware

15

Supported SW Items

24

TCO Suite system requirements

25

Features

New features in Release 2.1.6

Feature set for Release 2.1.6

Remote Defect Indication

The Remote Defect Indication is an improvement of Automatic Link Shutdown (ALiS) feature to allow bi-directional notification of the failure and faster detection of the end-to- end Ethernet link failure. For example, in case of ODU Rx failure, ALiS is activated and the Ethernet port is closed on the local site. With AWY 2.1.6, this failure is also reported to the far-end (see Figure 1: Mechanism of Remote Defect Indication), which also closes its Ethernet port, thus enabling faster Ethernet link failure detection and re-routing of the traffic.

link failure detection and re-routing of the traffic. Figure 1: Mechanism of Remote Defect Indication The

Figure 1: Mechanism of Remote Defect Indication

The Remote Defect Indication will be triggered based on the following radio criteria:

ODU fail

Loss Of Frame

ODU Rx fail

ODU Dem fail

HBER (BER 10 -4 )

When any of these radio failure criteria disappear, the Ethernet ports shutdown with ALiS will recover to “enable and working” state.

Features

Link Loss Forwarding

The target of the Link Loss Forwarding feature is to allow an AWY link to simulate an

Ethernet link and to provide faster detection of failures in order to enable re-routing and protection functions.

A typical use case is for example ring configurations, where a failure on a link will trigger

a switch to the protection path. The feature can be enabled on ONE of the four Ethernet ports available on AWY IDU.

It uses an evolution of the Remote Defect Indication and Automatic Link Shutdown

features.

As illustrated in Figure 2: Mechanism of Link Loss Fowarding, when a failure or cable loss on the local Ethernet port is detected (1), the local NE sends a Remote Defect Indication to the remote NE (2), triggering an automatic shutdown of the remote Ethernet port (3). The router is thus informed of the Ethernet link failure and can re-route the traffic (4).

This feature is optional and is disabled by default.

Note: Enabling this feature will prevent usage of ALiS (Automatic Link Shutdown) on the remaining Ethernet ports.

(Automatic Link Shutdown) on the remaining Ethernet ports. Figure 2: Mechanism of Link Loss Fowarding The

Figure 2: Mechanism of Link Loss Fowarding

The Ethernet port shutdown on the remote site occurs less than 1050 ms after the link failure on the local site, which is faster than the reactivity achieved for instance with BFD protocol in most case.

With Link Loss Forwarding & Remote Defect Indication, 9400 AWY behaves like a regular Ethernet link and provides a reliable solution for the backhauling in an Ethernet network.

Configuration of Link Loss Forwarding:

In order to use this functionality, operators have to manually create a flag file with name

SpecialAlisEnabled (case sensitive) into the home/adm-lc-ng/debug folder in the

flash card. The content of the file is empty. By default, this flag doesn’t exist.

Features

TCO SW Suite: New PM Tool interface

The new Performance Monitoring Tool provides a synthetic view of the PM collected on all ports simultaneously. It also simplifies and facilitates the user experience with elaborated counters (radio PDH PM, Ethernet statistics, Ethernet PM).

counters (radio PDH PM, Ethernet statistics, Ethernet PM). Figure 3: View of the PM tool 10

Figure 3: View of the PM tool

Features

Prior release features

Description

This section summarizes all features from prior releases.

Alcatel-Lucent 9400 AWY R2 family has been conceived using split mount approach with an ODU (Outdoor Unit) for transceivers extended from the low frequencies (7GHz) up to very high frequencies (38GHz) and an IDU (Indoor Unit) for base-band, pushing equipment flexibility and scalability, easy deployment and quick commissioning.

Between the two main units above, the system uses a single standard coaxial cable carrying the main traffic, the remote supply voltage and auxiliary information over long runs.

The ODU is independent on the configuration and it can be used with integrated or separate antenna.

Two versions of modular IDU are available:

main IDU (alone in 1+0) with 16E1 basic version

o

data plug-in in option (4x10/100/1000 Mbits/s)

o

16 E1 plug-in in option

extension IDU (complementary of main IDU in 1+1) with 16E1 basic version

o 16 E1 plug-in in option (for 32E1 1+1 full protection configuration only)

The configuration choice is made by Craft Terminal provide that an appropriate software key (flash card) and daughter boards (if any) are inserted in the IDU.

Configurations:

The following configurations are supported

1+0 (unprotected)

1+1 HSB

1+1 HSB with space diversity (SD)

1+1 FD

Features

Modulations:

The following main tributaries and modulation formats are supported:

 

4QAM

16QAM

2E1/4Mbps

3,5

x

4E1/8Mbps

7

x

8E1/16Mbps

14

7

16E1/32Mbps

28

14

32E1/64Mbps

x

28

Channel Spacing [MHz]

Capacity upgrade is accomplished via software keys only (for HW ready IDU case) and via a 16E1 or data plug-in board insertion in IDU plus SW key management (for non-HW ready IDU case).

Modulation upgrade is accomplished via software keys only.

Feature set for Release 2.1.5 and prior

9400 AWY main features already available are:

L2 switch plug-in (4x 10/100/1000 Base-T ports)

MAC switching, ageing, learning

802.1q VLAN management

802.1p QoS from CT

4 queues with flexible scheduler DWRR/HPQ

802.1ad Q-in-Q

Jumbo frames (9728 bytes)

Optional 1+1 mux protection

Auto-link shutdown

Radio port shutdown

SW license key management

NAT/ Trusted manager

Supervised by 5620 GNE

DHCP server on OS port

Loopbacks, housekeeping

Features

TCO features:

Backup & Restore

Local & remote SW download

PM tool

NE auto-discovery (near-end, 1st far-end)

Multi-NE supervision

Ethernet PM & counters

Channel arrangements

The following channel arrangements are supported:

   

Duplex Shifter

ETSI or ANSI standard

Radio

Band [GHz]

[MHz]

   

154

ETSI

160

ETSI

161

ETSI

7

168

ETSI

182

ETSI

196

ETSI

245

ETSI

 

119

ETSI

9470

AWY

126

ETSI

 

151.614

ETSI

208

ETSI

8

213.5

ETSI

266

ETSI

294.44

ETSI

305.56

ETSI

311.32

ETSI

9413

AWY

13

266

ETSI

   

315

ETSI

420

ETSI

9415

AWY

15

490

ETSI

 

644

ETSI

728

ETSI

   

340

ETSI

1008

ETSI

9418

AWY

18

1010

ETSI

 

1560

ETSI

Features

   

1008

ETSI

9423

AWY

23

1050

ETSI

 

1200

ETSI

1232

ETSI

9425

AWY

25

1008

ETSI

9438

AWY

38

1260

ETSI

Features

Supported hardware

Supported hardware for Release 2.1.6

New hardware

No new hardware. Existing Hardware in Release 2.1.6 The following is a list of existing hardware included in Release 2.1.6:

Table 1-1

9400 AWY Indoor units

ALCATEL CODE

DESCRIPTION

3DB16040ABAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16043ABAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU

3DB16043ACAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU

3DB16043ACAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU

3DB16044ABAA

EXT IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16045ABAA

EXT IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16058ABAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16061ABAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16061ACAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16061ACAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16040ACAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16040ACAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16041ABAA

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16041ACAA

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16041ACAB

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16044ACAA

EXT IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16044ACAB

EXT IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16045ACAA

EXT IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16045ACAB

EXT IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU

3DB16058ACAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16058ACAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16058ACAC

1+0 IDU 16E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16059ABAA

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16059ACAA

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16059ACAB

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16059ACAC

1+0 IDU 32E1 -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16160AAAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 ENH DATA -48/60V PSU

3DB16160AAAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 ENH DATA -48/60V PSU

3DB16162AAAA

1+0 IDU 16E1 ENH DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16162AAAB

1+0 IDU 16E1 ENH DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16162AAAC

1+0 IDU 16E1 ENH DATA -48/60V PSU AUDIO+USC

3DB16086AAAA

32 E1 on site Upgrade kit

Features

3DB16089AAAA

AUDIO +USER SERVICE CHANNEL

3DB16089AAAB

64Mb IDU AUDIO+USC upgrade kit

3DB16130AAAA

64Mb IDU ENH.DATA upgrade kit

Top Codes ETSI configuration for new N connector introduction

ALCATEL CODE

DESCRIPTION

3DB16040ACAC

MAIN IDU 64MB 16E1 48V

3DB16041ACAC

MAIN IDU 64Mb 32E1 48V

3DB16044ACAC

EXT IDU 64Mb 16E1 48V

3DB16045ACAC

EXT IDU 64Mb 32E1 48V

3DB16058ACAD

MAIN IDU 64Mb 16E1 48V Audio USC

3DB16059ACAD

MAIN IDU 64Mb 32E1 48V Audio USC

3DB16160AAAC

MAIN IDU 64Mb 16E1 ENH. DATA 48V

3DB16162AAAD

MAIN IDU 64Mb 16E1 ENHDATA 48V Audio USC

Features

Table 1-2

(*) multishifter ODU

9400 AWY ODU 32 Mbps (ETSI)

 

ODU 32 Mb

Logistical Item

 

ODU 7 GHz

 

– 7.75 GHz LHB (*)

3DB06691AAXX

7.1

3DB21495AAXX

 

3DB06692AAXX

7.1

– 7.75 GHz UHB (*)

3DB21496AAXX

 

ODU V2 7 GHz 161MHz

 

3DB21044AAXX

7GHz 161 A 1-1P

3DB21044ABXX

 

3DB21047AAXX

7GHz 161 A 1P-1

3DB21047ABXX

 

3DB21051AAXX

7GHz 161 A 2-2P

3DB21051ABXX

 

3DB21052AAXX

7GHz 161 A 2P-2

3DB21052ABXX

 

3DB21053AAXX

7GHz 161 B 1-1P

3DB21053ABXX

 

3DB21054AAXX

7GHz 161 B 1P-1

3DB21054ABXX

 

3DB21057AAXX

7GHz 161 D 1-1P

3DB21057ABXX

 

3DB21055AAXX

7GHz 161 D 1P-1

3DB21055ABXX

 

3DB21058AAXX

7GHz 161 D 2-2P

3DB21058ABXX

 

3DB21056AAXX

7GHz 161 D 2P-2

3DB21056ABXX

 

ODU 8 GHz

 

– 8.4 GHz LHB (*)

3DB06693AAXX

7.7

3DB21497AAXX

 

3DB06694AAXX

7.7

– 8.4 GHz UHB (*)

3DB21498AAXX

 

ODU 13 GHz

 

3CC13688AAxx

13GHz/266 1-1P

3DB21068AAXX

 

3CC13689AAxx

13GHz/266 2-2P

3DB21069AAXX

 

3CC13690AAxx

13GHz/266 1P-1

3DB21070AAXX

 

3CC13691AAxx

13GHz/266 2P-2

3DB21071AAXX

Features

ODU 32 Mb

Logistical Item

ODU 15 GHz

15GHz/640 1-1P

3CC13708AAXX

15GHz/640 1P-1

3CC13710AAXX

15GHz/644 1-1P

3CC13709AAxx

15GHz/644 1P-1

3CC13711ABxx

15GHz/728 1-1P

3CC13712AAxx

15GHz/728 1P-1

3CC13713AAxx

15GHz/644-728 1

3DB21453AAXX

15GHz/644-728 1P

3DB21454AAXX

 

3CC13704 AAxx

15GHz/490 1-1P

3DB21076AAXX

 

3CC13705 AAxx

15GHz/490 2-2P

3DB21077AAXX

15GHz/490 1P-1

3CC13706 AAxx

3DB21078AAXX

 

3CC13707 AAxx

15GHz/490 2P-2

3DB21079AAXX

 

3CC13696 AAxx

15GHz/420 1-1P

3DB21072AAXX

 

3CC13697 AAxx

15GHz/420 2-2P

3DB21073AAXX

 

3CC13698 AAxx

15GHz/420 1P-1

3DB21074AAXX

 

3CC13699 AAxx

15GHz/420 2P-2

3DB21075AAXX

15GHz/315 1-1P

3CC13692 AAxx

15GHz/315 2-2P

3CC13693 AAxx

15GHz/315 1P-1

3CC13694 AAxx

15GHz/315 2P-2

3CC13695 AAxx

15GHz/308-315-322 1-1P

3DB21449AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 2-2P

3DB21450AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 1P-1

3DB21451AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 2P-2

3DB21452AAXX

ODU 18 GHz

18GHz/1010 1-1P

3CC12991AAxx

18GHz/1010 2-2P

3CC12992AAxx

18GHz/1010 1P-1

3CC12993AAxx

18GHz/1010 2P-2

3CC12994AAxx

18GHz/1008 1-1P

3CC13468AAxx

18GHz/1008 2-2P

3CC13469AAxx

18GHz/1008 1P-1

3CC13470AAxx

18GHz/1008 2P-2

3CC13471AAxx

 

3CC12995AAxx

18GHz/1560 1-1P

3DB21455AAXX

 

3CC12996AAxx

18GHz/1560 1P-1

3DB21456AAXX

Features

ODU 32 Mb

Logistical Item

 

3CC13714AAxx

18GHz/340 1-1P

3DB21465AAXX

 

3CC13715AAxx

18GHz/340 2-2P

3DB21466AAXX

 

3CC13716AAxx

18GHz/340 1P-1

3DB21467AAXX

 

3CC13717AAxx

18GHz/340 2P-2

3DB21468AAXX

18GHz/1092.5 1-1P

3CC14472AAxx

18GHz/1092.5 2-2P

3CC14473AAxx

18GHz/1092.5 1P-1

3CC14474AAxx

18GHz/1092.5 2P-2

3CC14475AAxx

 

3CC14780AAxx

18GHz/1008-1010 1-1P (*)

3DB21080AAXX

 

3CC14781AAxx

18GHz/1008-1010 2-2P (*)

3DB21083AAXX

18GHz/1008-1010 1P-1 (*)

3CC14782AAxx

3DB21081AAXX

 

3CC14783AAxx

18GHz/1008-1010 2P-2 (*)

3DB21082AAXX

ODU 23 GHz

 

3CC13718AAxx

23GHz/1008 1-1P

3DB21087AAXX

3DB21087ABXX

 

3CC13719AAxx

23GHz/1008 2-2P

3DB21088AAXX

3DB21088ABXX

 

3CC13720AAxx

23GHz/1008 1P-1

3DB21094AAXX

3DB21094ABXX

 

3CC13721AAxx

23GHz/1008 2P-2

3DB21089AAXX

3DB21089ABXX

23GHz/1232 1-1P

3CC13726AAxx

23GHz/1232 2-2P

3CC13727AAxx

23GHz/1232 1P-1

3CC13728AAxx

23GHz/1232 2P-2

3CC13729AAxx

23GHz/1200 1-1P

3CC14388AAxx

23GHz/1200 2-2P

3CC14389AAxx

23GHz/1200 1P-1

3CC14390AAxx

23GHz/1200 2P-2

3CC14391AAxx

Features

ODU 32 Mb

Logistical Item

 

3CC14776AAxx

23GHz/1200-1232 1-1P (*)

3DB21090AAXX

3DB21090ABXX

 

3CC14777AAxx

23GHz/1050-1200-1232 2-2P (*)

3DB21091AAXX

3DB21091ABXX

 

3CC14778AAxx

23GHz/1200-1232 1P-1 (*)

3DB21092AAXX

3DB21092ABXX

 

3CC14779AAxx

23GHz/1050-1200-1232 2P-2 (*)

3DB21093AAXX

3DB21093ABXX

ODU 25 GHz

 

3CC13734AAxx

25GHz/1008 1-1P

3DB21457AAXX

 

3CC13735AAxx

25GHz/1008 2-2P

3DB21458AAXX

 

3CC13736AAxx

25GHz/1008 1P-1

3DB21459AAXX

 

3CC13737AAxx

25GHz/1008 2P-2

3DB21460AAXX

ODU 28 GHz

28GHz/1008 1-1P

3CC13738AAxx

28GHz/1008 2-2P

3CC13739AAxx

28GHz/1008 1P-1

3CC13740AAxx

28GHz/1008 2P-2

3CC13741AAxx

ODU 38 GHz

 

3CC12987AAxx

38GHz/1260 1-1P

3DB21098AAxx

 

3CC12988AAxx

38GHz/1260 2-2P

3DB21099AAxx

 

3CC12989AAxx

38GHz/1260 1P-1

3DB21100AAxx

 

3CC12990AAxx

38GHz/1260 2P-2

3DB21101AAxx

Features

Table 1-3

9400 AWY ODU 64 Mbps (ETSI)

 

ODU 64 Mb

Logistical Item

ODU 7 GHz

 
 

3DB06691ABxx

7.1

- 7.75 GHz LHB

3DB21491AAXX

 

3DB06692ABxx

7.25

- 7.9 GHz UHB

3DB21492AAXX

ODU V2 7 GHz 161MHz

 

7GHz 161 A 1-1P

3DB21388AAxx

7GHz 161 A 1P-1

3DB21390AAxx

7GHz 161 A 2-2P

3DB21389AAxx

7GHz 161 A 2P-2

3DB21391AAxx

7GHz 161 B 1-1P

3DB21392AAxx

7GHz 161 B 1P-1

3DB21393AAxx

7GHz 161 D 1-1P

3DB21394AAxx

7GHz 161 D 1P-1

3DB21396AAxx

7GHz 161 D 2-2P

3DB21395AAxx

7GHz 161 D 2P-2

3DB21397AAxx

ODU 8 GHz

 
 

3DB06693ABxx

7.7

– 8.4 GHz LHB

3DB21493AAXX

 

3DB06694ABxx

8.0

– 8.5 GHz UHB

3DB21494AAXX

ODU 13 GHz

 
 

3CC13688ABxx

13GHz/266 1-1P

3DB21398AAxx

 

3CC13689ABxx

13GHz/266 2-2P

3DB21399AAxx

13GHz/266 1P-1

3CC13690ABxx

3DB21400AAxx

 

3CC13691ABxx

13GHz/266 2P-2

3DB21401AAxx

ODU 15 GHz

 

15GHz/728 1-1P

3CC13712ABxx

15GHz/728 1P-1

3CC13713ABxx

15GHz/644 1-1P

3CC13709ABxx

15GHz/644 1P-1

3CC13711ABxx

15GHz/644-728 1-1P

3DB21441AAXX

15GHz/644-728 1P-1

3DB21442AAXX

 

3CC13704 Abxx

15GHz/490 1-1P

3DB21406AAxx

 

3CC13705 Abxx

15GHz/490 2-2P

3DB21407AAxx

 

3CC13706 Abxx

15GHz/490 1P-1

3DB21408AAxx

 

3CC13707 Abxx

15GHz/490 2P-2

3DB21409AAxx

Features

ODU 64 Mb

Logistical Item

ODU 15 GHz

 

3CC13696 ABxx

15GHz/420 1-1P

3DB21402AAxx

 

3CC13697 ABxx

15GHz/420 2-2P

3DB21403AAxx

 

3CC13698 ABxx

15GHz/420 1P-1

3DB21404AAxx

 

3CC13699 ABxx

15GHz/420 2P-2

3DB21405AAxx

15GHz/315 1-1P

3CC13692 ABxx

15GHz/315 2-2P

3CC13693 ABxx

15GHz/315 1P-1

3CC13694 ABxx

15GHz/315 2P-2

3CC13695 ABxx

15GHz/308-315-322 1-1P

3DB21437AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 2-2P

3DB21438AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 1P-1

3DB21439AAXX

15GHz/308-315-322 2P-2

3DB21440AAXX

ODU 18 GHz

 

3CC12995ABxx

18GHz/1560 1-1P

3DB21443AAXX

 

3CC12996ABxx

18GHz/1560 1P-1

3DB21444AAXX

 

3CC13714ABxx

18GHz/340 1-1P

3DB21461AAXX

 

3CC13715ABxx

18GHz/340 2-2P

3DB21462AAXX

 

3CC13716ABxx

18GHz/340 1P-1

3DB21463AAXX

 

3CC13717ABxx

18GHz/340 2P-2

3DB21464AAXX

 

3CC14780ABxx

18GHz/1008-1010 1-1P (*)

3DB21410AAxx

 

3CC14781ABxx

18GHz/1008-1010 2-2P (*)

3DB21411AAxx

 

3CC14782ABxx

18GHz/1008-1010 1P-1 (*)

3DB21412AAxx

 

3CC14783ABxx

18GHz/1008-1010 2P-2 (*)

3DB21413AAxx

ODU 23 GHz

 

3CC13718ABxx

23GHz/1008 1-1P

3DB21414AAxx

 

3CC13719ABxx

23GHz/1008 2-2P

3DB21415AAxx

 

3CC13720ABxx

23GHz/1008 1P-1

3DB21416AAxx

 

3CC13721ABxx

23GHz/1008 2P-2

3DB21417AAxx

Features

ODU 64 Mb

Logistical Item

ODU 23 GHz

 

3CC14776ABxx

23GHz/1200-1232 1-1P (*)

3DB21418AAxx

 

3CC14777ABxx

23GHz/1050-1200-1232 2-2P (*)

3DB21419AAxx

 

3CC14778ABxx

23GHz/1200-1232 1P-1 (*)

3DB21420AAxx

 

3CC14779ABxx

23GHz/1050-1200-1232 2P-2 (*)

3DB21421AAxx

ODU 25 GHz

 

3CC13734ABxx

25GHz/1008 1-1P

3DB21445AAXX

 

3CC13735ABxx

25GHz/1008 2-2P

3DB21446AAXX

 

3CC13736ABxx

25GHz/1008 1P-1

3DB21447AAXX

 

3CC13737ABxx

25GHz/1008 2P-2

3DB21448AAXX

ODU 28 GHz

28GHz/1008 1-1P

3CC13738ABxx

28GHz/1008 2-2P

3CC13739ABxx

28GHz/1008 1P-1

3CC13740ABxx

28GHz/1008 2P-2

3CC13741ABxx

ODU 38 GHz

 

3CC12987ABxx

38GHz/1260 1-1P

3DB21422AAxx

38GHz/1260 2-2P

3CC12988ABxx

3DB21423AAxx

 

3CC12989ABxx

38GHz/1260 1P-1

3DB21424AAxx

 

3CC12990ABxx

38GHz/1260 2P-2

3DB21425AAxx

Features

Supported SW Items

The 9400 AWY Release 2.1.6 SW set consists of the items listed in the following table.

Table 1-4

9400 AWY SW & flashcards

Alcatel-Lucent Part#

Description

3DB16222AA

9400AWY 2.1.6 Documentation CD-ROM

3DB16131AG

9400AWY 2.1.6 SWP CD-ROM

3DB75014AA

TCO R4.3 SWP DVD-ROM

3DB16079AG

64Mb IDU 8Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16081AG

64Mb IDU 16Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16082AG

64Mb IDU 16Mb 4/16QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16083AG

64Mb IDU 32Mb 4QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16084AG

64Mb IDU 32Mb 4/16QAM R216 SW KEY

3DB16085AG

64Mb IDU 64Mb 16QAM R216 SW KEY

Network Releases supporting ULS 2.1.6:

o

NR 8.1 PL1 (at DR4)

o

NR 8.1 PL2 (at DR4)

o

NR 8.1 PL3 (at DR4)

It is also supported in 5620 SAM GNE R8.0 R5.

Features

TCO Suite system requirements

To properly install TCO Suite application (including Craft Terminal), make sure your computer meets the following minimum system requirements:

PC HW Configuration

o

CPU: AMD Atlhon/Intel Celeron/Intel Pentium 4 or higher

o

RAM: 1 GB (suggested)

o

Min. disk space: 1,5 GB (available space needed for log files, JRE excluded)

o

Min. resolution: 4:3 equal or higher 1280x800 pixel

o

DVD-ROM Drive: 24x

o

Primary Interface: Ethernet Card 10/100 Mbit/sec.

Operating Systems Supported

o

Microsoft Windows 32-bit versions: Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2, Windows Vista Ultimate SP2, Windows 7.

o

Windows type selected shall be “windows classic”.

Tested FTP Servers (for Software Download feature)

o

Apache FTP Server (http://incubator.apache.org/ftpserver/). Default available with WebEML (JUSM/CT);

o

VSFTPD, version 2.0.5;

o

FileZilla FTP Server, version 0.9.23

Additional requirements

o

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1+ ,7, 8 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 2,3,3.5 or higher.

o

Minimum HTML page size shown shall be 1024x768 pixels.

o

PC standard user can be used to run the applications but for TCO Suite usage Administrator password is needed

o

JRE (Java Runtime Environment) 6 Update 14

o

Disable all Firewall software on used PC

o

TCO Provisioning Tool should be used for the first commissioning of the equipment

o

If TCO tool is used on a PC with Windows Vista Ultimate, please make sure that in the list of networks connections available, the one used to

Features

connect PC to NE is not the first one. In order to change the order of the list, in Windows Vista, go to Control Panel -> Network and Sharing Center -> Manage Network Connections -> Advanced -> Advanced Settings menu (hit and release ALT keyboard button to show menus). The list of network connections appears: the order of the list can be modified using the arrow button on the right

2

Issues

Overview

Purpose

2 Issues Overview Purpose This chapter of the Customer Release Notes provides a list of resolved

This chapter of the Customer Release Notes provides a list of resolved issues, known issues, and restrictions (which includes the workarounds and resolved restrictions in Release 2.1.6).

Contents

This chapter covers these topics.

Resolved issues

28

Known issues

29

Restrictions

31

Issues

Resolved issues

Resolved issues in Release 2.1.6:

NM windows opening time improvement

An improvement was implemented both on 9400AWY and 1350OMS, in order to significantly reduce the opening time of the various windows on the network manager, when connecting to an AWY network element.

Since AWY R2.1.5 and 1350 OMS NR8.1 PL1, the requests use an http proxy, which allow faster NE data retrieval.

In particular, first opening duration has been reduced from at least 100-110 sec (and sometimes > 150 sec) down to 50-55 sec (depending on NE configuration).

List of other resolved issues:

LED management

MPR-AWY interoperability [CONbb16152]

Network

No support of Linkup/Linkdown traps in 5620SAM for port status update

management

[WTDcd03723]

Commissioning

ODU boot table may be lost in case the initial download process is interrupted before of its completion. Issue described in Operational Notice reference OND_WT_WT_1210_05xx [CONbb15422]

Issues

Known issues

Known issues in Release 2.1.6:

The following is a list of issues found in Release 2.1.6.

Note: bracketed () references are internal tracking number

Remote Defect

Indication

In order to avoid hysteresis behaviors, a restore time for the local Ethernet port and for the RF far-end NE is defined, and set to 30 seconds in both cases. Therefore, when the RDI cause is cleared, the local Ethernet port will startup 30 seconds later, and the far-end NE Ethernet port will startup 30 seconds afterwards. The value of the wait-to-restore (WTR) timer can be modified inside the file called alistime (case sensitive) in the home/adm-lc-ng/debug folder of the flashcard. The content of the file is the WTR time. The operator can set values 1 to 120, representing 1 second to 120 seconds. [CRI

00331040.01]

Known issues in prior Releases:

Traffic

Local NE TPS switch may trigger ALiS on the remote NE Under very low occurrence, when ALis is enable (disable by defaukt)”, local TPS can lead to HBER alarm on both channels of remote site, and consequently, trigger Ethernet port ALiS on the remote NE. When the HBER alarm disappears (after a few seconds), the Ethernet port is again enabled and working.

TCO CT

Traffic outage after capacity change (very seldom) On very seldom occasions, after capacity change, it may happen that one E1 tributary disappears from the CT, causing traffic impact. In such case, the NE should be restarted to recover the traffic. This behavior already exists in previous AWY releases.

“ERROR” alarm displayed when changing QoS mode from 802.1p to Diffserv In case of connecting WebEML to NE through F interface, when changing QoS mode from 802.1p to Diffserv, there is false “Set Error” alarm. Actually this configuration is successfully applied to NE.

“RPS only” configuration: diagram doesn't indicate E1Trib alarm In “RPS only” configuration, the E1 TRIB alarm is not shown in summary block diagram view.

JUSM down when Tx mute on/off Sometimes (occurancy 30%), while putting Tx Mute on/off, WebEML is

Issues

   

automatically closed. In this case, the operator must relaunch WebEML.

License key not updated When updating license key from WebEML, sometimes (occurancy 10%), it is not successfully applied to NE. Workaround: - reapply 2-10 times OR - apply the new license key from Alarm& Setting tools

RPS command makes ALiS invalid When ALiS is enabled, if there is a radio alarm on CH0 (main channel), Ethernet port status is changed to “enable not working” by ALiS, then the radio switch to CH1. CH1 having no radio alarm, ALiS must change the Ethernet port status to “enable and working” but it doesn’t. Work around: disable ALiS, manually change Ethernet port to “enable and working”, then enable ALiS.

Power

Measurement

is

temporarily lost after applying “TX

mute/unmute” on the remote NE After applying “tx mute/unmute” on the remote NE, during five minutes, the PowerMeasurement is lost.

After 5 minutes, PowerMeasurement message comes back.

Wrong display of Rx frequencies on WebEML for ODU V2 7 GHz With the TCO, the ODU V2 7GHZ/161A 1p is well recognised. The minimum and maximum values for Tx frequencies are correct (7285500- 7355500 Khz), but the maximum value for Rx frequencies is wrong:

7134500 instead of 7194500 (7355500-161000). This has no impact in the functionality.

Traffic outage after capacity change (very seldom) On very seldom occasions, after capacity change, it may happen that one E1 tributary disappears from the CT, causing traffic impact. In such case, the NE should be restarted to recover the traffic.

TMN

AWY 2.1.x “TMN-IN FRAME” FUNCTION The “TMN-in–Frame” function only works in E1 tributary slot 1. And, when there is an AIS alarm, the “TMN-in-Frame” doesn’t work.

.

Issues

Restrictions

Known restrictions in Release 2.1.6

The following is a list of restrictions found in Release 2.1.6.

Note: bracketed () references are internal tracking number

Link Loss

By default, when Link Loss Forwarding is enabled (see procedure in the section New features in Release 2.1.6), it is enabled on port #33. In order to use another Ethernet port, the following steps shall be performed:

- Unplug the Ethernet cable on port #33

Forwarding

- Disable ALiS on port #33 from CT/NMS

- Disable the Ethernet port #33 from CT/NMS

- Enable Ethernet port #34 from CT/NMS

- Enable ALiS on Ethernet port #34 from CT/NMS

- Plug Ethernet cable in port #34

Resolved restrictions in Release 2.1.6

None

Known restrictions in prior Releases

The following is a list of restrictions that exist from prior Releases.

Note: bracketed () references are internal tracking number

Data

Abnormal problem after changing queue weight from 1 to 0 When the operator changes one queue’s weight from 1 to 0, the remaining packets in the queue are transmitted with the highest weight. After all the packets in the queue are transmitted, this queue will be closed. Recovery time after capacity change is longer

Since 2.1.3, after capacity change, the Ethernet traffic recovery time is around 2 min; whereas in 2.1.2 it was around 1min. The reason for this

is

that FPGA is updated.

SW Download

After SW download fail, new download KO When the first SW download fails, the operator must reset NE before trying

a

new SW download.

3

3 Software installation and upgrade Overview Purpose   This chapter provides information related to the

Software installation and upgrade

Overview

Purpose

 

This chapter provides information related to the procedures to download the 9400 AWY Release 2.1.6 software.

Note: These procedures must be followed to ensure a successful installation.

Contents

This chapter covers these topics.

Software components

33

Software upgrade

35

Software installation and upgrade

Software components

The baseline delivered for Release 2.1.6 contains the following SW elements.

Table 3-1

Release 2.1.6 SW components

Part

Description

Version

Item Reference

SWP REG. 9400AWY

R2.1 SW Package for Radio Regenerator Low Capacity

 

3DB16131AGAA

R2.1

SWC start_up_9400AWY

AWY 2.1.6 SWP CD-ROM start-up component

V2.1.6

3DB16158AKAA

V21

SWC EC9400AWY V21

Equipment controller SW component

V3.6.11

3DB16133AIAA

SWC OCR9400AWY

ODU Radio Controller SW Component

V03.00.01

3CC40069AAAA

V21

SWC OCR 4Q9400AWY

SWC_OCR_4Q9400AWY_V21

V06.25.01

3DB21043AHAA

V21

SWC JGPRS9400AWY

JPGRS FPGA JBC image file component

V01.00.02

3DB16009AAAA

V21

SWC FDEDA9400AWY

Dedalo FPGA JBC image file component

V02.01.04

3DB16111AAAA

V21

SWC FJD219400AWY

JGIDU21 FPGA JBC image file component

V01.03.00

3DB16008AGAA

V21

SWC FJD209400AWY

JGIDU20 FPGA JBC image file component

V01.04.00

3DB16008AHAA

V21

SWC FGAAE9400AWY

Gaia AE FPGA JBC image file component

V02.00.01

3DB10025AAAA

V21

SWC FGAAX9400AWY

Gaia6Ext AE FPGA JBC image file component

V02.00.01

3DB10026AAAA

V20

Software installation and upgrade

Table 3-2

TCO Release 4.3 SW components

SW Component

Version

Item Reference

TCO SW SUITE

4.3

3DB75014AAAA

Software installation and upgrade

Software upgrade

Description

The following sections contain information on upgrading to the R2.1.6 software version (upgrade process, traffic interruption).

Upgrade paths

This section provides information regarding all supported upgrade paths to Release 2.1.6.

Release upgrade interrupts data traffic during 20s in average for E1 traffic and 50s for Ethernet traffic. No traffic impact when upgrading from R2.1.4 or R2.1.5.

When upgrading from 2.1.0/2.1.1/2.1.2/2.1.2MR/2.1.3 to 2.1.6, the Ethernet traffic is cut during approximately 50 seconds.

Traffic interruption is also noted in the following table:

Table 3-3

Upgrade paths to Release 2.1.6 and traffic impact

Upgrade

Traffic impact (average)

HW

Comment

from

impact

2.0.x

yes

yes

FPGA firmware update

2.1.0

Yes

no

FPGA firmware update

E1 traffic: 20seconds (max)

Ethernet traffic: 50seconds (max)

2.1.1

Yes

no

FPGA firmware update

E1 traffic: 20seconds (max)

Ethernet traffic: 50seconds (max)

2.1.2

Yes

no

FPGA firmware update

E1 traffic: 20seconds (max)

Ethernet traffic: 50seconds (max)

2.1.3

Yes

no

FPGA firmware update

E1 traffic: 20seconds (max)

Ethernet traffic: 50seconds (max)

Software installation and upgrade

Upgrade

Traffic impact (average)

HW

Comment

from

impact

2.1.4

No

No

 

2.1.5

No

No

 

Note: These values are indicative values based on statistical measurements.

Required materials

The following items are required:

CD-ROM (as described in Software components section) for NE SW package, user documentation and craft terminal

Laptop with Craft Terminal installed

Precautions and recommendations

Read and understand the following:

Note: Do not upgrade the Network Element Software unless it is known to be required. Once the software is upgraded, it is very difficult to return to a previous software release. If software needs to be returned to a prior release, CONTACT YOUR NEXT LEVEL OF SUPORT BEFORE BEGINNING.

Read the entire software installation procedure before beginning.

The person performing the software installation must be trained and have an understanding of the 9400 AWY, personal computers, and safety recommendations.

Installation and/or Upgrade procedure

Please refer to the 9400 AWY User Manual, for the detailed installation and / or upgrade procedure.

IMPORTANT:

After upgrading to R2.1.6, the operator has to manually insert the following line to the file \home\adm-lc-ng\debug\batch_cmd: setreg 11800000a 04

And restart the NE to make it effective.