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MSOFTX3000( (ATC A) Hardware Sy ystem

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Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Describe MSOFTX3000 hardw ware structure Understand MSOFTX3000 bo oard functions Remember system logical stru ucture and internal connection

References
MSOFTX3000 Hardware Des scription Manual MSOFTX3000 Hardware Insta allation Manual MSOFTX3000 System Princip Manual ple

Contents
1. MSOFTX3000 Cabinet 2. 2 MSOFTX3000 Boards 3. MSOFTX3000 Peripherals and Other Components 4. MSOFTX3000 Connection and Cables

N68E 22 N68E-22 Cabinet

Hardware Componen of MSOFTX3000 nts Cabinet


1. 1 Cabinet 2. Power distribution box (PDB) 3. Subrack 1 4. Fan box 5. Master Rack Monitoring Unit g (MRMU) 6. LAN Switch 7. Cabling trough 8. KVMS 9. Subrack 0 10. Filler panel 11. Subrack 2 12. Subrack 3

Subrack
1. Grounding points 2. 2 Air exhaust vent 3. Slots for the USIAs and SWIs 4, 5. Power entry module (PEM) 6. Slots for the SDMs

1. Slots for th UPBs d SWUs 1 Sl t f the UPB and SWU 2. Fan frame 2 3. Fan frame 1 4. Air intake vent 5. Slots for the SMMs

Subrack Internal Components


Boards Fan Frame Power entry module (PEM)

70mm 280mm

8U

Cabinet Internal Co omponents


Power Distribution Box LAN Switch MRMU KVMS Cabling Through

Questions
What is the type of MSOFTX3 3000 cabinet?

For full configuration, how ma cabinets and subracks need any to be equipped?

Contents
1. MSOFTX3000 Cabinet 2. 2 MSOFTX3000 Boards 3. MSOFTX3000 Peripherals and other Components 4. MSOFTX3000 Connection and Cables

General Hardware Log gical Structure


Switch subsystem Equipment management subsystem Electromechanical subsystem

SWU/SWI SWU/SWI

SMM/SD DM SMM/SDM

FAN FAN

PEM PEM

Back Plane

IPMB UPB/USI/ETI UPB/USI/ETI UPB/USI/ETI UPB/USI/ETI UPB/USI/ETI UPB/USI/ETI Base Fabric TDM

Processor subsystem

Board Classification Based on n Installation Positions s

1 USI: Universal Service Interface e 3 UPB: Universal Process Blade

2 SWI: Switch Interface Unit 4 SWU: Switch Unit

5 Front boards, 6 Backplane, 7 B Back boards SMM: Shelf Management Module e SDM: Subrack Data Module

Configuration Case e-IP Networking

B A C K F R O N T

0 U S I A 1 U P B A 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 U U U S S U U S S S W W S S I I I I I I I A A A A A A A 1 7 7 1 1 1 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 1 U P B A 1 S W U A 1 S W U A 1 U P B A 1 U P B A 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0

B A C K F R O N T

0 U S I A 1 U P B A 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 U U U S S U U S S S W W S S I I I I I I I A A A A A A A 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 1 U P B A 1 S W U A 0 S W U A 0 U P B A 1 U P B A 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0

Configuration case i 0# f C fi ti in frame

Configuration case i 1# f C fi ti in frame

System Interconne ection


To the NTP Server To the NTP Server To the billing center To the billing Center To the IP Backbone network

To the IP Backbone network

LANSWITCH
0#

I I UUUUOOS S UUUU GG P P P P M M WW P PPP WW B B B BUUUU B BBB B B SMM SMM


To the billing Center g To the billing Center

To the network management center

HUB

1#

I I UUUU S SU GG P P P P WW P WW B B B B UUB B B SMM

UUUUU P P PPP B B BBB SMM


To the b billing Center

2#

Host

I I UUUU S SU GG P P P P WW P WW B B B B UUB B B SMM

To the b billing Center

LMT

LMT

LMT

UUUUU P P PPP B B BBB SMM

Classification of Boa ards


Based on their functions, the boards can be classified e into the UPB, USI, SWU, SW SMM, and SDM. WI,
Board UPB USI Type UPBA0,UPBA1 USIA1,USIA7 Function ocess data services through the service It can pro applicatio software installed. on es It provide interfaces for communication between the UPB and the external devices The SWU provides internal and external U information exchange functions through the Base and Fabr planes ric the interf face board of the SWU managem ment module of a subrack It records the subrack information and system s performa ance parameters

SWU SWI SMM SDM

SWUA0 SWIA1 SMM SDM

Common Indicators Introduction


Indicators OOS Meaning Service status Healthy status indicator Customized indicator Hot-swap indicator Color amber Red or green Description s Off: works normally and the services are in progress. On or blin g out of service. nking: Off: not powered on. (The indicator blinks 10 ring power-on.) times dur Steady gr reen: works normally. Blinking r red: An alarm occurs Normal Status St t Off

HEALTHY

Green On

SYSTEM/Custo mized indicator

red, green, The mean ning of the indicator is subject to yellow customiza ation. ated. Off: activa On: not powered on or is deactivated. Fast blink The board is being activated. k: Slow blink The board is being deactivated. k: !: Minor minor alarms; on: minor alarms occur. Off: No m !!: Major Off: No m major alarms; on:major alarms occur. !!!: Critica al Off: No cr ritical alarms; on:critical alarms occur.

HOTSWAP

Blue

Off

Minor, major, and critical Alarm indicator alarm indicators

Red

Off

Contents
2. MSOFTX3000 Boards
2.1 2 1 Processor Subsystem Boa ard 2.2 Switching Subsystem Board 2.3 Equipment Management Subsystem Board 2.4 2 4 Subrack Boards Configuratio Examples on

UPBA
The universal process blade (U ni ersal UPBA) is the service processing unit of the s subrack. It processes data services throug the gh service application software ins stalled on it it.

1. Captive sc e Capt e screw 3. Hard disk 0 5. COM serial port 7. HD0_RAID/ALM indicator 9. HD1_RAID/ALM 9 HD1 RAID/ALM indicator 11.SYSTEM indicator 13. OOS indicator

2. Hard d s 1 a d disk 4. USB port 6.HOTSWAP indicator 8. HD0_ACT indi icator 10.HD1_ACT dicator 10 HD1 ACT ind 12.HEALTHY ind dicator 14.Ejector lever

UPBAs with Different Configurations

UPBA0

CPU 2 2

Memory 6*4G 2*4G

HD H None 2*73G

Sub-board (Flash) 4 GB Flash None

UPBA1

UPBA0 UPBA1

USIA
The USIA (universal service interface unit ) must be used with the UPBA, a can be and installed with different subboar to provide rds different interfaces (FC interfac ces, Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, Ultra 320/1 SCSI Eth ti t f Ult 160 interfaces, Standard VGA port USB port) for the UPBA to communicate with external h devices.
1.Captive screw 3. Ejector lever 5. HEALTHY indicator 7. HOTSWAP indicator 9. USB port p 2. Shielding finger g 4. OOS indicator 6. Cover 8. Monitor p port

USIA Subboard

ETIA
The ETIA (E1/T1 interface unit) prov vides various interfaces for the UPBA to communicate with external devices. It must be used with the UPBA. The ETIA provides TDM and GE inte erfaces to implement the TDM service and signaling processing function.

ETIA0

ETIA2

ETIA Subboard

Contents
2. MSOFTX3000 Boards
2.1 2 1 Processor Subsystem Board d 2.2 Switching Subsystem Boa ard 2.3 Equipment Management Subsystem Board 2.4 2 4 Subrack Boards Configuratio Examples on

SWU
SWU: Switching Unit Features: The SWU implements data switching among the boards in a subrack through the backplane and data switching among subracks through cascading interfaces provided by the SWIs. Dual Planes Switching: Base Base, Fabric, and TDM

1. Ejector lever 3. HEALTHY indicator 5. 5 BMC COM serial port 7. LAN0 port 9. LAN1 port

2. 2 OOS indicator 4. 4 SYSTEM indicator 6. 6 SYS COM serial port 8. 8 HOTSWAP indicator

SWU

1 GE Fabric Switch daughter Card


SWU0 SWU1

2 TDM Switch daughter Card

Currently, the MSOFTX3000 provides two types of the SWU that is, SWU0 and SWU1. C l h id s f h SWU, h i d SWU1 The SWU0 provides switching functions only through the Base plane and GE Fabric plane. It is used for broadband networking networking. Based on the SWU0, the SWU1 is added with T TDM switching functions. It can implement the clock distribution among subracks and TDM switching. It is used for narrowband networking. g g g

SWU
External ports
Port P 5. BMC COM serial port Function F i Used for locally updating or loading the BMC software Used for local management, maintenance, and debugging of the Base and Fabric planes l Used for loading and internal debugging Descripti D i tion munication standard: RS232 Comm Port ty ype: RJ-45

6. SYS COM serial port

munication standard: RS232 Comm ype: RJ-45 Port ty

7. LAN0 port

0 10/100 Mbit/s Base-T auto-negotiation ype: RJ-45 Port ty Cable type: UTP5 ndicators Two in 10/100 Mbit/s Base-T auto-negotiation 0 ype: RJ-45 Port ty yp Cable type: UTP5

9. LAN1 port

Used for maintenance

SWU
Indicators
2 OSS 2OSS 3HEALTHY 4SYSTEM 4 SYSTEM The SWUA0 supports hot swapping. Two e ejector levers are located on th upper and l l t d the d lower parts of the f t panel. The t f the front l Th ejector levers help you to insert, remove, se ecure, power on, and power off the SWUA0

SWI
SWI: Switch Interface Unit. Interfaces:
Interface 1. Line clock input interface 2. BASE/TDM interface 3. FABRIC interface 4. BITS clock input interface Description p One RJ45 interface Provides two 8k line cock input. Eight Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Base-T autone egotiation; Two indicators Eight Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Base-T autone egotiation; Two indicators One O SMB interface i t f clock input. Provides 2-Mbps/2-MHz external c 2. 2 BASE/TDM interface 4. BITS clock input interface t 6. HOTSWAP indic cator 8. 8 OSS indicator
SWIA0 SWIA1

1. 1 Line clock input interface 3. FABRIC interface 5. Ejector lever 7. 7 HEALTHY indicator

Contents
2. MSOFTX3000 Boards
2.1 2 1 Processor Subsystem Board d 2.2 Switching Subsystem Board 2.3 Equipment Management S Subsystem Board 2.4 2 4 Subrack Boards Configuratio Examples on

SMM

SMM position in a subrack

The SMM is the management mo odule of a subrack. subrack The SMM manages all the components in a subrack.

SMM
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

RST SMMD
SHELF MANAGEMENT MODULE

HSW

COM

ETH0

(10)

(9)

(8)

(7)

1: Minor alarm indicator 5: ETH0 interface 9: Customized indicators

2: Major alarm indicator 6: HOTSWAP indicator r 10: HEALTHY indicator r

3: Critical alarm indicator 4: COM serial port 7: Ejector lever 8: Reset button

SMM
The front panel of the SMM has a remov vable ejector lever. The ejector lever helps to insert, remove, fasten, pow on, and power off the SMM. wer
Status Description Before the ejector lever is closed, th HOTSWAP indicator is on B f th j t l i l d the i di t i and the SMM is not powered on. Closed After the ejector lever is closed, t HOTSWAP indicator is on. the When th Wh the HOTSWAP indicator is off the SMM works normally. i di t i off, th k ll Before the ejector lever is opened the SMM works normally. d, After the ejector lever is opened, the HOTSWAP indicator j p , changes to the slow blink state. Wh the HOTSWAP indicator is hen on, the SMM is powered off. You ca use the ejector lever to an remove the SMM.

Open

SDM

SDM position in a subrack


1 2 3 4 5 6

DIP ETH COM2 COM1 FRAME ID

ON

1: Ejector lever 4: COM2

2: HEALTHY indica ator 5: COM1

3: ETH interface 6: DIP switch

SDM
The SDM is the data module of a subrack. The SMM obtains the slot information and subrack information from the SDM for managing the hardware. Defining the subrack number through the 8-bit DIP switch. Recording the subrack information information. Providing interfaces to input the monitoring i f it i information of th PDB. ti f the PDB

Contents
2. MSOFTX3000 Boards
2.1 2 1 Processor Subsystem Board d 2.2 Switching Subsystem Board 2.3 Equipment Management Subsystem Board 2.4 2 4 Subrack Boards Configura ation Examples

Subrack Boards Con nfiguration Examples


0 U S I A 1 U P B A 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 U U U S S S S S W W I I I I I A A A A A 1 7 7 1 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 1 U P B A 1 S W U A 1 S W U A 1 8 U S I A 1 U P B A 1 9 10 11 12 13 U S I A 1 U P B A 1 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 0 U S I A 1 U P B A 0 1 U S I A 1 U P B A 0 2 E T I A 0 U P B A 0 3 E T I A 0 U P B A 0 4 U S I A 7 U P B A 1 5 U S I A 7 U P B A 1 6 S W I A 1 S W U A 1 7 S W I A 1 S W U A 1 8 U S I A 1 U P B A 1 9 U S I A 1 U P B A 1 10 E T I A 0 U P B A 0 11 12 13 E T I A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0 U P B A 0

B A C K F R O N T

B A C K F R O N T

IP Networking Subrack

TDM Networking Subrack

Configuration Princip g p ples of Boards


The SMM SDM SWU Th SMM, SDM, SWU, and SWI are esse ti l b d i each subrack. Th must b d ential boards in h b k They t be configured in active/standby mode. The SMMs are permanently inserted in fro slots 14 and 15 in each subrack; the ont SDMs are permanently inserted in back s slots 14 and 15 in each subrack. The SWUs are permanently inserted in fro slots 6 and 7 in each subrack; the SWIs ont are permanently inserted in back slots 6 a 7 in each subrack. and The OMUs are preferentially installed on the front boards in slots 4 and 5 of subrack 0. The UPBA0 serving as a service process board can be installed in a basic subrack or p g y an expansion subrack. The UPBA0 must be configured in active/standby mode. Other UPBs and USIs can be inserted in any slot in a basic subrack or an expansion ments. subrack according to the delivery requirem

Contents
1. MSOFTX3000 Cabinet 2. 2 MSOFTX3000 Boards 3. MSOFTX3000 Peripherals a and other Components 4. MSOFTX3000 Connection and Cables

PDB

Supporting dual-input, dual 2-input, and dual 3input power supply (dual 3-input is used for the MSOFTX3000) Input voltage: -40 to -72 V DC; Maximum input current: 100 A Supporting the dual 10-output power supply, with maximum current of 50 A for each output (not more than 100 A for each zone)

Power Switches
Cabi inet Switch Component SUBRACK-1 (expansion subrack 1) MRMU LANS-1 LANS-0 KVMS SUBRACK-0 (basic subrack 0) SUBRACK-1 (expansion subrack 3) SUBRACK-0 (expansion subrack 2) Integ grated (A7 and A8) / (B7 conf figurati and B8) on cabinet A2/B2 A3 B3 A1 (A9 and A10) / ( B9 and B10 ) Serv vice p cessin proc g cabinet (A7 and A8 ) / ( B7 and B8) (A9 and A10) / ( B9 and B10 )

Terminal Equipment
The t Th terminal equipment is a PC i l i ti or workstation that is installed with th operation and ith the ti d maintenance client software. The terminal equipment provides various functions such as device management, data configuration, host status query, and device maintenance.

CPU: P4 2.8 GHz or more Memory: 512 MB or mo Hard disk: 80 GB or more Ethernet Adapter Display window Keyboard, mouse, cd-ro

Universal Alarm Box


The l Th alarm b i used t receiv alarm i f box is d to ive l information and t provide ti d to id audio and visual alarms.. The universal alarm box is usua installed on the wall of the ally equipment room.

Contents
1. MSOFTX3000 Cabinet 2. 2 MSOFTX3000 Boards 3. MSOFTX3000 Peripherals and other Components 4. MSOFTX3000 Connection a and Cables

System Connection n
To the NTP Server To the NTP Server To the billing center To the billing Center To the IP Backbone network

To the IP Backbone network

LANSWITCH
0#

I I UUUUOOS S UUUU GG P P P P M M WW P PPP WW B B B BUUUU B BBB B B SMM SMM


To the billing Center g To the billing Center

To the network management center

HUB

1#

I I UUUU S SU GG P P P P WW P WW B B B B UUB B B SMM

UUUUU P P PPP B B BBB SMM


To the b billing Center

2#

Host

I I UUUU S SU GG P P P P WW P WW B B B B UUB B B SMM

To the b billing Center

LMT

LMT

LMT

UUUUU P P PPP B B BBB SMM

OMU Back Slot Bo oard Connection

OMC/NTP

LIG

iGWB Back Slot B Board Connection

To Billing Center

Cascading Mode g
SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0

SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1

SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2

SW WI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SWI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Base/TDM Fabric

Broadband Signaling Processing Board Back Slot Boa Connection ard

IP Signaling Interface

To the IP Backbone network

PDB Monitor Serial C Cable Connection

PDB B

SDM

SDM

Questions
What kind of the interfaces can be provided by OMU s back slot board? Which board will be used to provide sync clock interface? o What kind of the interfaces s? Usually, Usually which slot will be u used to configure IP Signaling Processing Board?

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