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iPASOLINK Introduction

Table of Contents
3. LCT Communication Interface
4. LCT Startup and Login
5. WebLCT Logout
6. User Names and Privileges
9. WebLCT Initial Screen
12. Active Alarms & Event Log
14. WebLCT Main Menu
16. Provisioning Menu
17. Maintenance Menu
18. Equipment Setup/Configuration
24. Radio Configuration
28. AMR Configuration
32. Network Management
40. Provisioning
41. Modem Function Setting
45. TX Power Setting
46. Alarm Mode Setting
49. Provisioning - E1 Port Setting
51. Provisioning STM-1 Port Setting
56. Provisioning Cross connect Setting
59. Cross Connect SNCP
62. Cross Connect Modify / Delete
63. Cross Connect AMR Linkage
64. Equipment Clock/Synchronization
67. Synchronization Method
69. External Clock Setting
70. Relay-Alarm Mapping Setting
75. Relay Setting for Aux output
76. Provisioning Cluster Alarm
77. V.11 /OW Setting
79. V.11/SC Setting
83. OW Setting
85. Alarm AIS Setting
88. BER Threshold Setting
89. AUX Input
91. AUX Output Setting
95. Provisioning PMON/RMON Setting
103. Loopback Control
106. MAINT Control TDM Loopback
108. MAINT Control STM-1 Loopback
110. Protection Control
111.TX/RX Switch Control
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112. SNCP switch Control
113. Timing Source Switch Control
114. Modem Maintenance Control
116. Maintenance Control laser Shutdown
117. H/W and F/W Reset
120 F/W reset control
121. Offline Maintenance Control
122. Metering
124. Inventory
125. Inventory IDU
126. Inventory ODU
127. S/W License Information
128. S/W License Setup
131 Equipment Utility
132. Equipment Utility Export (NE>Storage)
133. Program Downloads
134. Equipment Utility Program ROM
Switching
135. Shipment Setting
136. Date / Time Setting
137. User Account / Security Setting
139. User Account Management
142. User Group Profile Configuration
143. Security Management
144. SNMP and SNMP Community Setting
147. FTP and HTTP Setting
148. Current/History PMON/RMON report
149. Modem PMON Report
151. ETH RMON Report
154. VLAN Counter Report
155. Ether Function setting
160. ETH Function Setting VLAN Setting
168. ETH Function Setting FDB Setting
174. ETH Function Setting ETH OAM
180. ETH Function Setting RSTP Setting
185. Quality of Service Setting
TOPC-E4011E-02-
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LCT COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
THE LOCAL CRAFT TERMINAL IS USED TO SETUP, MONITOR AND MAINTAIN iPASOLINK RADIO. iPASOLINK
SUPPLY USER GUI ENVIRONMENT THROUGH WEB BROWSER. LCT SUPPORTS BOTH LOCAL AND REMOTE
CONNECTIONS
WINDOWS XP WINDOWS VISTA & WINDOWS 7
CPU PENTIUM-M 1.6 GHz OR BETTER INTEL CORE2 DUO 1.6 GHz
RAM 512 MB OR MORE 1 GB
HDD 40 GB OR MORE FREE CAPACITY 40 GB OR MORE FREE CAPACITY
DISPLAY COLOR LCD (1024x768) COLOR LCD (1024x768)
LAN
PORT
10/100 Base T(X) 10/100 Base T(X)
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT
OS
WIN DOWS XP (ENGLISH VERSION)
WINDOWS VISTA (ENGLISH VERSION)
WINDOWS 7 (ENGLISH VERSION)
IE8, IE7, FIREFOX 3.6 OR HIGHER
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE LCT AND THE
IPASOLINK IS VIA THE LCT PORT OF IDU
CONNECTED BY LAN CABLE.
10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
SET THE PC INTERNET PROTOCOL,
TCP IP PROPERTIES TO OBTAIN IP
ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY AND
OBTAIN DSN SERVER ADDRESS
AUTOMATICALLY
LCT Port supports DHCP Default
IP address is 172.17.254.253
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LCT Startup and Login
Start the browser Internet Explorer and enter the URL
http://172.17.254.253/weblct/ to open the WebLCT
Login screen.
Enter the User Name and Password in the
provided text boxes and Click Ok button
Default Username : Admin
Password: 12345678
LCT main menu opens in the Current Status screen
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WebLCT LOGOUT
To Logout of the WebLCT, click on the Logout button
on the top right hand of the LCT screen.
When Logout Confirm window appears, Click Yes
LCT Login window appears
Close the Browser window to exit WebLCT.
Always Logout using this button before
disconnecting the cable.
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USER NAMES & PRIVILEGES
Category ADMIN CONFIG USER REMOTE
File Operation
Up/Down
Load
Up/Down
Load
Upload
only
SNMP Operation Get/Set Get/Set Get
EASY SETUP
EASY SETUP R/W
MODEM SETUP R/W
MANAGEMENT SETUP R/W
ETH SETUP R/W
TDM SETUP R/W
EQUIPMENT SETUP
EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION R/W R R
RADIO CONFIGURATION R/W R/W R
AMR CONFIGURATION R/W R/W R
NETWORK MANAGEMENT
CONFIGURATION
GENERAL SETTING R/W R R
GENERAL SETTING (DETAIL) R/W R R
ROUTING SETTING R/W R R
PROVISIONING
MODEM FUNCTION
SETTING
MODEM PORT SETTING R/W R/W R
RADIO SWITCH SETTING R/W R/W R
TX POWER SETTING R/W R/W R
ALM MODE SETTING R/W R/W R
ETH FUNCTION SETTING
BRIDGE SETTING R/W R/W R
ETH PORT SETTING R/W R/W R
VLAN SETTING R/W R/W R
FDB SETTING R/W R/W R
ETH OAM SETTING R/W R/W R
RSTP SETTING R/W R/W R
QoS /CLASSIFICATION SETTING R
FILTER SETTING R/W R/W R
OTHER ETH PORT SETTING R/W R/W R
LLF SETTING R/W R/W R
USER: User is able to confirm
system configuration and
equipment status. It is not available
to make any configuration change.
Password :87654321
Default Group: :OPERATOR
CONFIG- Beside of the function
can be performed by User, Config
user is able to do radio
management, base-band
management, Switching function
management for C-Plane control.
Password: 87654321
Default Group: CONFIG
ADMIN- Beside of the function can
be performed by Config user,
Admin user is able to do database
management, file management,
user management and time
management for M-Plane control.
Password: 12345678
Default Group: ADMIN
REMOTE-Functions available
When User access Remotely but
restricted by the assigned access
level
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USER NAMES & PRIVILEGES
CATEGORY ADMIN CONFIG USER REMOTE
PROVISIONING
E1/ STM1/CROSS CONNECT
SETTING
CROSS CONNECT SETTING R/W R/W R
E1 PORT SETTING R/W R/W R
STM-1 PORT SETTING R/W R/W R
EXT CLOCK SETTING
EQUIPMENT CLOCK SETTING R/W R/W R
EXT CLOCK SETTING R/W R/W R
RELAY ALARM MAPPING
SETTING
RELAY CONTROL SETTING R/W R/W R
CLUSTER ALARM SETTING R/W R/W R
V.11/ OW SETTING
V.11/SC SETTING R/W R/W R
V.11/DIRECTIONAL SETTING R/W R/W R
OW SETTING R/W R/W R
ALARM /AIS SETTING
CORRELATION/ DELAY _ STRETCH SETTING R/W R/W R
ALARM SEVERITY SETTING R/W R/W R
COLOR SETTING R/W R
AIS SETTING R/W R/W R
BER THRESH HOLD SETTING R/W R/W R
PMON / RMON THRESHOLD
SETTING
PMON THRESHOLD R/W R/W R
PMON OTHER R/W R/W R
RMON THRESHOLD R/W R/W R
RMON OTHER R/W R/W R
AUX SETTING
AUX INPUT SETTING R/W R/W R
AUX OUTPUT SETTING R/W R/W R
MAINTENANCE
LOOPBACK CONTROL
MODEM LOOPBACK CONTROL R/W R/W R
TDM LOOPBACK CONTROL (E1 LB1) R/W R/W R
TDM LOOPBACK CONTROL (E1 LB2) R/W R/W R
TDM LOOPBACK CONTROL (STM-1 LB1) R/W R/W R
TDM LOOPBACK CONTROL (STM-1 LB2) R/W R/W R
PROTECTION CONTROL
MODEM TX/TX SW CONTROL R/W R/W R
RSTP SW CONTROL R/W R
SNCP SW CONTROL R/W R/W R
TIMING SOURCE SW CONTROL R/W R/W R
USER: User is able to confirm
system configuration and
equipment status. It is not
available to make any
configuration change.
Password :87654321
Default Group: :OPERATOR
CONFIG- Beside of the function
can be performed by User,
Config user is able to do radio
management, baseband
management, Switching
function management for C-
Plane control.
Password: 87654321
Default Group: CONFIG
ADMIN- beside of the function
can be performed by Config
user, Admin user is able to do
database management, file
management, user
management and time
management for M-Plane
control.
Password: 12345678
Default Group: ADMIN
REMOTE-Functions available
When User access Remotely but
restricted by the assigned access
level
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USER NAMES & PRIVILEGES
CATEGORY ADMIN CONFIG USER REMOTE
MODEM MAINTENANCE CONTROL R/W R/W R
AUTO LASER SHUTDOWN CONTROL R/W R/W R
H/W_F/W RESET
CONTROL
H/W RESET CONTROL R/W R/W R
F/W RESET CONTROL R/W R/W R
PMON / RMON/ FDB CLEAR R/W R R
OFFLINE MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE TEST ETH OAM LB/LT/LM/DM CONTROL R/W R/W R
CURRENT HISTORY PMON/RMON REPORT
MODEM PMON REPORT R
E1 PMON REPORT R
STM-1 PMON REPORT R
ETH RMON REPORT R
VLAN COUNTER REPORT R
ETH OAM COUNTER REPORT R
METERING
CURRENT METERING R
USER ACCOUNT / SECURITY SETTING
LOGIN USER R/W
USER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT R/W
USER GROUP PROFILE CONFIGURATION R/W
SECURITY
MANAGEMENT
SECURITY STATUS SETTING R/W R R
INVENTORY
EQUIPMENT INVENTORY INFORMATION R/W R/W R
S/W LICENSE INFORMATION R/W R/W R
S/W LICENSE SETUP
IMPORT LICENSE KEY R/W R
RADIO CAPACITY SETTING R/W R

USER: User is able to confirm


system configuration and
equipment status. It is not
available to make any
configuration change.
Password :87654321
Default Group: :OPERATOR
CONFIG- Beside of the function
can be performed by User,
Config user is able to do radio
management, base band
management, Switching function
management for C-Plane control.
Password: 87654321
Default Group: CONFIG
ADMIN- Beside of the function
can be performed by Config
user, Admin user is able to do
database management, file
management, user
management and time
management for M-Plane
control.
Password: 12345678
Default Group: ADMIN
REMOTE- Functions available
When User access Remotely but
restricted by the assigned access
level
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WebLCT Initial Screen
Login User Name
Indicate the current
logged in user
Summary Alarm Indication
Indicate the summary alarm of ODU, IDU,
AUX I/O, TCN, & Maintenance Status
Opposite Site Links
Connect to opposite
station (s)
Maintenance
Maintenance ON/OFF button
Logout
Logout button
Menu tree
Indicate the LCT Main
Menu
Block Diagram
Indicate the ODU,
IDU and Interfaces
mounted
Detail Display
Display detail alarm & status information
of items selected from the Tabs
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WebLCT Initial Screen
F/W Version
Indicate the current
Firm Ware Version
Site (NE) Name and IP Address
Indicate Network element name and it`s
IP address
Opposite Site Links
Connect to opposite
station (s)
Connecting to opposite site
Click on the opposite site links and
select the site to connect to. Login
screen for selected opposite site
open in a separate browser window
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Block Diagram
Block Diagram of IDU with
two ODUs connected and
STM-1 option
Block Diagram of IDU with
one ODU connected and
additional 16 X E1 option
Block Diagram of IDU with
one ODU connected and
additional 16 X E1 , AUX
and PS Input options
Block Diagram of IDU with
one ODUs connected and
STM-1 option
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Active Alarms & Event Log
Click on the Active Alarm Tab
to see details of current Alarms
Click on Save button to save the active
alarm list to the PC
Click on Event Log tab to see the even
Log information. Click save to save the
event log to a CSV file
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ODU & IDU Detail Alarm and Status
Click on the ODU icon in the block diagram or
the ODU tab to see the detail alarm and status
information of the ODUs
Click on the IDU block diagram or the IDU
tab to see the detail alarm and status
information of the IDU and its mounted
modules
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WebLCT Main Menu
Menus for Metering
Equipment Utility
User Account / Security
S/W License setup
Can be accessed by selecting the check box Detail Menu
Click the Expand All icon to expand all menu
items and click Collapsed All icon to collapse
the menu items
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Main Menu
16
Provisioning Menu
Click the + to expand each
main menu folder and see the
sub-menu items
17
Maintenance Menu
18
EQUIPMENT SETUP
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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION (1 of 5)
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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION (2 of 5)
Equipment Name
Equipment Configuration shows
the mounted option boards.
Modem SW/ XPIC GRP Configuration
shows how the Modem 1 and 2 are used.
Connected ODU
information and IDU
(Modem) Settings
Adaptive Modulation
Radio Settings
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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION (3 of 5)
2 (1+0) Configuration
Equipment Current status
(1+1) Hot Standby
Configuration
(1+0) XPIC Configuration
(1+0) Configuration
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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION (4 of 5)
Click on the Setup Icon to open the setup 1 Setting of Equipment
Name window.
1
1
Left side shows the current setting. Click on the Equipment Name
field in the New setting in the right hand of the window. And enter the
new name. (up to 32 characters)
If you exceed the number of characters, the entry field border turns to
red and when the cursor is moved to the entry field pop up will show
the limits
2
Click on the Next Button to go to next setting
window. If the name field characters exceed,
Input Error warning popup appears.
2
Setting of SW/ XPIC Group window allows setting of how the two
modems are used. For (1+1) configuration click on the check box
SW/ XPIC GRP and click on the drop down arrow and select the
required option. Other wise click on modem 1 or modem 2 and select
used or not used.
3
3
Click the Next button to go to the next setting window
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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION (5 of 5 )
Modifications to be
applied are highlighted
Click the OK button to
apply the changes
Following warning ask to
confirm the change, click
to continue OK
Information window show
the changes complete,
click OK
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RADIO CONFIGURATION (1 of 4)
Click the Equipment Setup Menu and select
Radio Configuration to open the Equipment
Setup Radio configuration window.
Click the Setup Icon to open the Setup 1 Detailed MODEM
Setting of SW/XPIC GRP or Slot Unit window.
Radio configuration window shows
the existing radio configuration
including the ODU frequency,
parameters of radio channel 1 and 2.
Modem 1 and 2 configuration
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RADIO CONFIGURATION (2 of 4)
Green border on the Set
Position section modem
configuration show the
selected modem
Specification and information of the ODU
connected to the selected Modem
Current setup of the selected
modem s radio configuration
Select the channel spacing of
the radio signal
Select the reference Modulation
of the radio signal
Select the number of E1 channels
to be used
Select the number of STM-1
channels to be used (need STM-1
optional Interface card )
Show the available Ether bandwidth
after E1 and STM-1 traffic mapping.
Select the TX Power Control Mode.
ATPC or MTPC. Parameter setting for
each mode is from provisioning menu
Enter the radio signal Frame ID (1 ~ 32)
Enter TX/RX point frequency within the
Start and Stop frequency of the ODU
shown above.
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RADIO CONFIGURATION (3 of 4)
Changed parameters are highlighted in blue.
Confirm the changes and click the Ok button
Change the setting for Modem 2
and click the Next button
Select the Channel spacing to be used from the drop down list
Select the Reference or fixed modulation to be used from the
drop down list
Select the maximum number of E1 to be used
Select whether STM-1 is to be used in the through mode
Confirm the available Ether band width
After changing the setting for Modem 1 and click the Next
button
Set the TX & RX Frequency
Select the Frame ID to be used (1 ~ 32)
TX Power control mode ATPC or MTPC
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RADIO CONFIGURATION (4 of 4 )
Modem radio configuration
Item Parameter Description
Channel Spacing 7/14/28/56 [MHz] Specify the radio channel spacing
Reference
Modulation
QPSK
16/32/64/128/256[QAM]
Specify the reference modulation
from the list
E1 Mapping 0 to 152 [CH] 56MHz
0 to 86 [CH] 28MHz
Specify the number of E1 CH for
mapping. (The number of CH
should not exceed the limitation
of the specified modulation.)
STM-1 Mapping 0 to 1 [CH] Specify the number of STM-1 CH
for mapping.
ETH Bandwidth [Mbps] Display the bandwidth of the
ether traffic
TX RF Frequency xxxxx.xxx [MHz] Enter transmit frequency
RX RF Frequency xxxxx.xxx [MHz] receive frequency (automatically)
Frame ID 1 - 32 Set frame ID
TX Power Control MTPC/ATPC Set transmit power control mode
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AMR Configuration (1 of 4)
Show the current Configuration for Modem 1 and 2
Set the AMR Modulation for Modem 1 & Click Next
Set the AMR priority traffic for Modem 1 & Click Next to set the Modem 2.
Item Parameter
E1 Mapping QPSK
Select following items.
- E1 Mapping (Range: 0 - 152)
- STM-1 Mapping (Range: 0 - 1)
- ETH Bandwidth is calculated from E1 and STM-1
mapping
16 QAM
32 QAM
64 QAM
128 QAM
256 QAM
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AMR CONFIGURATION (2 of 4)
Select AMR Operation by clicking the AMR Mode radio button.
Select Non Operation radio button not to use the AMR function
Reference Modulation selected in Equipment Setup is shown
highlighted in green.
Select the other modulations to be used during AMR operation
by selecting the appropriate Used radio button
Click the Next button to set the E1 / STM-1 mapping.
Enter the priority E1 channels to be used for each modulation
during the AMR operation in E1 Mapping for each modulation
If STM-1 through mode is used select which modulation
schemes to be used during AMR operation provided that the
radio capacity is available.
Capacity remaining for Ethernet bandwidth is shown
automatically.
Click the Next button to set the AMR operation and E1/STM-1
mapping for Modem 2.
E1/STM-1 Mapping Settings:
Priorities for preservation of traffic (E1/STM1/Ethernet) as
modulation level (and therefore transmission capacity)
decreases
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AMR CONFIGURATION (3 of 4)
SET E1/STM-1 MAPPING FOR MODEM-1
SET AMR FOR MODEM-1
SET AMR FOR MODEM-2
SET E1/STM-1 MAPPING FOR MODEM-2 AMR CONFIRMATION SCREEN
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AMR CONFIGURATION (4 of 4)
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NETWORK MANAGEMENT
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GENERAL SETTING
Item Parameter Description
IP Address Setting (Bridge 1)
IP Address x.x.x.x Input IP Address of NMS port
Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Input Subnet Mask of NMS port
Default Gateway x.x.x.x Input Default Gateway IP
address
NMS Port Setting
Connect NMS Port to
NMS
Yes Use NMS Port
No Not use NMS Port
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GENERAL SETTING (DETAIL) 1 of 5
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GENERAL SETTING (DETAIL) 2 of 5
Item Parameter Description
NE2 Port Setting
NE2 Port
IP Address
x.x.x.x Input IP Address of NE2 port
NE2 Port
Usage
Used Use NE2 port
Not Used Not use NE2 port
NE2 Port
Speed
9600 specify the line speed of NE2
port2 19200
Ethernet Port Setting (NMS / NE1 Port)
Usage Used Use Ethernet port
Not Used Not use Ethernet port
Auto
Negotiation
Enable enable the Auto Negotiation of
Ethernet port
Disable Disable the Auto Negotiation of
Ethernet port
Discovery
Usage
Used search of the network access
machinery using Ethernet connect Not Used
NE Branch Setting
Branch
Number
1 to 4
Branches
Select the Branch Number
Default
Gateway
x.x.x.x Input the Default Gateway
Restrict LCT Connection
LCT Port
Setting
Any Connection from Local/Remote to
LCT Port
Only to
Local NE
only connection from Local to LCT
Port
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GENERAL SETTING (DETAIL) 3 of 5
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GENERAL SETTING (DETAIL) 4 of 5
When NE2 (RJ-45) port is used for serial
connection to other PASOLINK configure
this NE2 Port Setting
Select usage of NMS and NE1 ports set the
port parameters accordingly
LCT Port Setting : select any radio button to connect to remote
NEs. From the local LCT Port
Select Only to Local NE radio button to prevent connection to
remote NE from local LCT port.
Select Inband Management VLAN usage
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GENERAL SETTING (detail) 5 of 5
Select to which branch NMS port belongs to
Select to which branch Modem-2 port belongs to
Select the number of branches the NE belongs to
2
Enter the Bridge 2, IP address and
Subnet Mask
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ROUTING SETTING
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PROVISIONING
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MODEM FUNCTION SETTING
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MODEM PORT SETTING
Select Modem Function
Setting on the provisioning
menu and click on the Modem
Port setting.
Click the OK button to close the
window
Enter the Modem Port Name
( 32 Characters)
Click MODEM1 or MODEM2 to
open the Modem port name
setting window
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RADIO SWITCH SETTING (1 of 2)
Select provisioning menu and click on the Radio Switch setting to enter
the switch setting for (1+1) configuration.
Click the SW GRP1 (Modem 1/2) to open the switching parameter
setting dialog box.
Following functions can be set by this item.
TX & RX switching priority
TX Switch Lock in Usage
TX Switch Reverse function
RX Switch condition early warning
Item Parameter Description
TX SW Priority Non
Priority
Selecting non revertive mode
No.1 Select No.1 when both No.1 and
No.2 are normally operating.
TX SW Lockin
Usage
Used enable TX SW Lockin function
Not Used disable TX SW Lockin function
TX SW Reverse
Function Usage
Used enable Reverse Function
Not Used disable Reverse Function
RX SW Priority Non
Priority
Selecting non revertive mod
No.1 Select No.1 when both No.1 and
No.2 are normally operating.
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RADIO SWITCH SETTING (2 of 2)
TX & RX SW PRIORITY (ONLY FOR HOT STANDBY)
NON PRIORITY: SELECT THIS FOR NON HOMING SWITCHING.
PRIORITY NO.1: SELECT THIS FOR HOMING SWITCHING. WHEN BOTH
CHANNELS ARE NORMAL ALWAYS USE No.1 AS ONLINE.
WHEN CH NO.1 FAILS SWITCH TO CH NO.2, WHEN CH NO.1 IS NORMALIZED
SWITCH BACK TO CH NO.1 AUTOMATICALLY.
TX SW REVERSE FUNCTION USAGE:
THIS FUNCTION APPLIES TO 1+1 HOT STANDBY CONFIGURATION WITH TX
SWITCH SET TO NON PRIORITY
WHEN BOTH RECEIVE FAILS DUE TO OPPOSITE STATION TX MAIN ANTENNA
MISALIGNMENT, AND REVERSE FUNCTION IS SET TO USED, THEN SENDS A
SILENT ALARM TO TX SIDE TO SWITCH TX ODU TO STANDBY ODU.
CRITERIA IS, RX LEV ALM OBSERVED FROM BOTH CHANNELS FOR MORE
THAN 120 SEC. THEN SILENT ALM IS SENT TO TX SIDE TO SWITCH TX ODU
TO ODU 2
TX SW LOCKIN USAGE
THIS FUNCTION APPLIES TO 1+1 HOT STANDBY CONFIGURATION WITH TX
SWITCH SET TO PRIORITY NO.1
IN THE CASE WHEN DUE TO INTERMITTENT ODU1 FAILURE IT SWITCHES
FROM ODU1 TO ODU2 AND BACK TO ODU1 REPEATEDLY AND LOCK IN
USAGE IS SELECTED USED, TX SWITCH WILL BE LOCKED TO ODU2 TO
PREVENT FREQUENT SWITCHING
CRITERIA IS, DURING 10MIN PERIOD IF SWITCHING OCCURS 10 TIMES, TX
WILL BE LOCKED TO ODU2. IT WILL BE RELEASED AFTER 24 HOURS IF NO
ALARMS ARE OBSERVED ON ODU1.
RX SW CONDITION EARLY WARNING:
INCLUDE EW: SELECT THIS TO INCLUDE EW AS A CRITERIA FOR AUTO
REDUNDANCY SWITCHING IN (1+1) CONFIGURATION
EXCLUDE EW: SELECT THIS TO EXCLUDE EW AS A CRITERIA FOR AUTO
REDUNDANCY SWITCHING IN (1+1) CONFIGURATION
EARLY WARNING BER SETTING IS 1E
-9
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TX POWER SETTING
MTPC MODE: MANUAL TRANSMIT POWER CONTROL MODE
MPTC TX POWER : ENTER A VALUE IN dBm WITHIN THE RANGE INDICATED
ATPC THRESHOLD: ENTER THE RX THRESHOLD VALUE TO BE USED WHEN OPPOSITE STATION IS IN ATPC MODE
(SET IN 1 dB STEPS) NOT IN AMR MODE
ATPC MODE:
ATPC THRESHOLD: ENTER THE RX THRESHOLD VALUE TO BE USED WHEN OPPOSITE STATION IS IN ATPC MOD E(FIXED
MODULATION)
ATPC RANGE (MAX): MAXIMUM POWER LEVEL UNDER ATPC CONTROL IS DEFINED BY THIS ITEM (Set the value in dBm)
ATPC RANGE (MIN): MINIMUM POWER LEVEL UNDER ATPC CONTROL IS DEFINED BY THIS ITEM (Set the value in dBm)
AMR
Mode
Fixed
Modulation
ATPC
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ALARM MODE SETTING
ALARM MODE:
ATPC POWER MODE: THIS ITEM DEFINE THE ODU TX POWER SETTING DURING ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
HOLD: TO MAINTAIN THE CURRENT TX POWER AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
SELECT : MAX: TO TRANSMIT AT ATPC MAX POWER LEVEL AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
MIN: TO TRANSMIT AT ATPC MIN POWER LEVEL AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
COMM ALM MODE : THIS ITEM SELECT THE ACTION TO BE TAKEN
WHEN THE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN IDU
AND ODU FAILS.
SELECT MUTE: TO STOP TX OUTPUT POWER
HOLD : TO KEEP TRANSMITTING THE TX OUTPUT
POWER
ATPC MTPC
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XPIC SETTING
48
E1 / STM-1 / CROSS CONNECT SETTING
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Provisioning E1 Port setting (1 of 2)
SELECT E1 PORT SETTING FROM THE
PROVISIONING - E1/STM-1/ CROSS CONNECT
SETTING MENU. 16E1-S TAB IS SHOWN WHEN
THE OPTIONAL 16E1 CARD IS MOUNTED
INDICATE THE CURRENT SETTING:
E1 CHANNELS USED
IMPEDANCE SETTING FOR EACH E1 CHANNEL
SERVICE NAME FOR EACH E1 CHANNEL
CH USAGE ERROR REPORT/NOT REPORT
CLICK THE EDIT ICON TO CONFIGURE THE E1
PORT SETTING
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Provisioning E1 Port setting (2 of 2)
COLLECTIVE SETTING ALLOWS ALL E1 CHANNELS TO BE SET
TO THE SAME CONFIGURATION
USED ALL CH OR NOT USED ALL (SELECT RADIO BUTTON)
CH USAGE ERROR REPORT ALL / NOT REPORT ALL (SELECT
RADIO BUTTON)
IMPEDANCE ALL CH 120 OHM OR ALL CH 75 OHM ( SELECT
RADIO BUTTON)
CH USAGE :- SELECT E1 CHANNELS TO BE USED BY
SELECTING THE USED RADIO BUTTON. NOT USED RADIO
BUTTON INHIBIT ALARMS FROM THE SELECTED CHANNEL
E1 PORT IMPEDANCE:- SELECT THE IMPEDANCE OF THE E1
CHANNELS TO BE 120 OHMS OR 75 OHMS. SELECT THE
APPROPRIATE RADIO BUTTONS.
SERVICE NAME:- ENTER THE SERVICED NAME FOR EACH E1
CHANNEL. (MAX 32 CHARACTERS)
CH USAGE ERROR REPORT:- SELECT REPORT RADIO
BUTTON TO RAISE AN ALARM WHEN AN E1 SIGNAL IS
DETECTED AT HE INPUT OF A CHANNEL SELECTED AS NOT
USED
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Provisioning STM-1 Port setting (1 of 4)
SELECT STM-1 PORT SETTING FROM THE
PROVISIONING - E1/STM-1/ CROSS
CONNECT SETTING MENU
CLICK THE EDIT ICON TO OPEN THE STM-1
PORT SETTING WINDOW
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Provisioning STM-1 Port setting (1 of 4)
WHEN STM-1 IS SELECTED AS THROUGH MODE
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Provisioning STM-1 Port setting (2 of 4)
Item Parameter Description
STM-1 Mode Through Through Mode of STM-1
Channelized Channelized Mode of STM-1
Port Usage Used use STM-1 Port
Not Used not user STM-1 Port
Port Name 1 to 32 character specify the port name of the STM-1
MS - AIS Generation Enable enable device stop output laser when receiving STM1
signal lost (optical or radio) (RLOS) and send out MS-
AIS.
Disable disable device stop output laser when receiving STM1
signal lost (optical or radio) (RLOS) and send out MS-
AIS
ALS Usage Enable enable ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown)
Disable disable ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown)
ALS Interval 60 sec set the delay of release ALS after restored
180 sec
300 sec
Trace Mismatch Detection Disable disable TIM detection
Enable J0 enable RS-TIM detection
Enable J1 enable HP-TIM detection
Trace Mismatch AIS Generation Action Enable enable transmit AIS alarm when TIM detected
Disable disable transmit AIS alarm when TIM detected
Section Trace Send 1 to 15 set J0 in transmit direction
Expected Section Trace 1 to 15 set J0 in receiving direction
High Order Path Trace - Not select
Expected High Order Path Trace - Not select
Received Trace Value
Received select trace Port 01 - Display the received
Received High Order Path Trace - Not select
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Provisioning STM-1 Port setting (3 of 4)
STM-1 MODE SETTING:
SELECT THROUGH RADIO BUTTON TO TRANSMIT STM-1
OVER THE RADIO FRAME
SELECT CHANNELIZED RADIO BUTTON TO EXTRACT THE 63
E1 FROM THE STM-1. AND SELECTIVELY USE THEM.
PORT SETTING:
PORT USAGE: SELECT USED TO USE THE STM-1 PORT OR
NOT USED TO NOT SELECT THE STM-1 PORT. SELECT THE
APPROPRIATE RADIO BUTTON.
PORT NAME: ENTER A NAME FOR THE STM-1 CHANNEL
(MAX 32 CHARACTERS)
MS-AIS GENERATION SETTING IS USED TO STOP SENDING
MS-AIS SIGNAL DUE TO RADIO LINK OR EQUIPMENT
FAILURE.
WHEN DISABLED:- DURING FAILURE OPTICAL INTFC WILL
STOP TRANSMITTING THE OPTICAL SIGNAL, ELECTRICAL
INTFC WILL SEND UNFRAMED AIS.
WHEN ENABLED:- SEND MS-AIS DUE TO RADIO LINK OR
EQUIPMENT FAILURE.
AUTOMATIC LASER SHUT DOWN (ALS) FUNCTION IS AVAILABLE ONLY FOR OPTICAL INTFC . DURING LOS OF SIGNAL AT THE INPUT
OF THE OPTICAL INTFC IT WILL CUT THE LASER OUTPUT FROM THE OUTPUT OF THE OPTICAL INTFC. DURING THIS TIME AT
DEFINED INTERVALS INTFC WILL OUTPUT A 2 SEC LASER PULSE.
SELECT ENABLE OR DISABLE FROM THE ALS FUNCTION RADIO BUTTON
IF ENABLE IS SELECTED, SELECT ALS INTERVAL FROM 60, 180, AND 300 SEC .
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Provisioning STM-1 Port setting (4 of 4 )
TRACE SETTING:
ENABLE OR DISABLE J0 OR J1 TRACE MIS MATCH
DETECTION
WHEN TRACE MISMATCH IS DETECTED WHETHER TO
ENABLE OR DISABLE AIS GENERATION
ENTER THE TX TRACE PATTERN
ENTER THE EXPECTED RX TRACE PATTERN
TRACE SETTING:
WHEN HIGHER ORDER PATH TRACE IS ENABLED ENTER
THE HO PATH TRACE PATTERN AND THE EXPECTED RX
PATTERN
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CROSS CONNECT SETTING
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Provisioning Cross connect setting
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Provisioning Cross connect setting
Click Add icon in the cross connect setting screen to open the Cross
connect setting (Add) window.
Service Number: Each cross connection is given a unique service
number. Enter the service number.
Service Name: Each cross connection can have an optional service
name giving information of the connection. Enter the service name.
Cross connect type : To map cross connection of E1 channels from
main-board, optional 16E1 board or from the channelized STM-1 board
select E1 radio button.
To make a STM-1 connection in through mode select RST radio button.
Cross connection mapping is made from Edge-A to Edge B. select one
side of the connection as Edge-A and the other side as Edge-B.
Click the EDGE-A drop down arrow and select the board or modem for
the connection. From the available E1 list select the E1 channel for the
start connection.
Click the Edge-B drop down arrow and select the board or modem fro
the connection. From the available E1 list select the E1 channel for the
end connection.
Click the OK button.
Repeat the procedure for each connection.
Each connection will appear in the Cross Connect Setting screen.
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Provisioning Cross connect setting
Item Parameter Description
No 1 to 168 Cross Connect Service Number
Service Name 0 to 32 characters Cross Connect Service Name
Cross Connect Type E1 E1 level Cross Connect
RST enable user to observe the port (CH) utilization
Edge. A Protection
Protection Check the radio box If Protection is checked, Edge .A Term 2 need to be specified.
Edge .A Term 1 ifIndex Slot-Port-CH
Edge .A Term 2 ifIndex Slot-Port-CH
Edge .B Protection
Protection Check the radio box If Protection is checked, Edge. B Term 2 need to be specified.
Edge B Term 1 ifIndex Slot-Port-CH
Edge .B Term 2 ifIndex Slot-Port-CH
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Cross Connect - SNCP
16xE1
Modem-2
Dir-B
Modem-1
Dir-A
SNCP
Edge A
Edge B
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Cross Connect - SNCP
Service Number: Enter the service number.
Service Name: Enter the Service Name
Cross connect type : Cross connect Type for SNCP is only E1.
select E1 Radio Button.
Click the EDGE-A drop down arrow and select the board or
modem for the SNCP connection. From the available E1 list
select the E1 channel for the start connection.
Select the Edge-B Protection Check Box. The lower setting for
the Edge B become active
Click the Edge-B upper section drop down arrow and select the
board or modem for working path connection. From the available
E1 list select the E1 channel for the work side end connection.
Click the Edge-B Lower section drop down arrow and select the
board or modem for Protection path connection. From the
available E1 list select the E1 channel for the protection side end
connection
Click the OK button.
Repeat the procedure for each SNCP connection.
Each connection will appear in the Cross Connect Setting
screen. Online column show which path is online and offline.
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Cross Connect Modify / Delete
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Cross- connect AMR Linkage
Radio E1 CH No.
Highest CH no. in
the radio frame
will drop first
during AMR
operation
Priority E1 channels during AMR operation
Click on the AMR Linkage, to see how the TDM channels are
dropped during the modulation change from Higher Modulation
to lower modulation. TDM mapping shown is set from the
Radio Configuration.
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EQUIPMENT CLOCK/ SYNCHRONIZATION
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Clock/Synchronization(w/o CLK Card)
ONE SIDE INTERNAL CLOCK
AS MASTER
OTHER SIDE MODEM OR
AUTO AS SLAVE
SELECT EQUIPMENT CLOCK FROM THE PROVISIONING
EQUIPMENT CLOCK / SYNCHRONIZATION SETTING MENU
CURRENT EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE AND SELECTED
CLOCK SOURCE IS INDICATED.
CLICK THE EDIT ICON TO SET / CHANGE EQUIPMENT
CLOCK SETTING
SELECT THE CLOCK SOURCE TO BE USED
FROM THE DROP DOWN LIST
INTERNAL: SET EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE TO
MASTER
MODEM : SLAVE TO THE CLOCK FROM THE
RADIO DIRECTION
AUTO: TO AUTOMATICALLY SLAVE TO
MODEM OR INTERNAL
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Provisioning Clock/Synchronization
SELECT EQUIPMENT CLOCK FROM THE PROVISIONING
EQUIPMENT CLOCK / SYNCHRONIZATION SETTING MENU
CURRENT EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE AND SELECTED
CLOCK SOURCE IS INDICATED.
CLICK THE Modify ICON TO SET / CHANGE EQUIPMENT
CLOCK SETTING
AFTER SELECTING THE EQUIPMENT CLOCK SETTING
CLICK THE OK BUTTON
Quality level detected from the
selected timing sources are
shown. 1. PRC, 2. SSU-A, 3,
SSU-B. 8. Clock fail
Status detected shows the
timing source status ,Normal,
Clock fail , Manual / Forced
Switched status, and Lockout
status
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Synchronization method
Synchronous Ethernet
PDH Line Transmit Clk
SDH Line Transmit Clk
G.703 External Clk Output
Radio Clk Output
iPASOLINK can utilize multiple clock sources.
PLL Timing Source 1
Timing Source 2
Timing Source 3
SEL
Modem-1
Modem-2
E1 Line CLK
Option Line CLK(STM1)
GbE Line CLK
External CLK IN
SEL
External CLK OUT
SEL
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Provisioning Clock/Synchronization
EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE: SELECT THE CLOCK MODE TO BE
USED IN THE IDU.
SELECT MASTER (internal CLK) OR SLAVE (synchronization) RADIO
BUTTON AS APPLICABLE
THREE TIMING SOURCES CAN BE SELECTED . AVAILABLE
TIMING SOURCES DEPENDS ON THE OPTION CARDS
MOUNTED. NO. 1 AND 2 CAN SELECT FROM THE
FOLLOWING SOURCES:
IF E1 CHANNELS ARE USED E1 LINE CLOCK IS AVAILABLE
AS A TIMING SOURCE (select from CH1 to CH16)
IF STM-1 CARD OPTION IS USED IN CHANNELIZED MODE
THEN OPTION LINE CLK (STM1 CAN BE USED AS A TIMING
SOURCE.
IF STM-1 IS USED IN THROUGH MODE IT IS NOT AVAILABLE
AS A TIMING SOURCE.
MODEM 1 AND 2 CAN BE SELECTED AS A TIMING SOURCE
THIRD TIMING SOURCE IS EXTERNAL CLOCK.
TIMING SOURCE PORT/CH PRIORITY REMARKS
MODEM 1 PORT-1 1 TO 12 FROM RADIO DIRECTION
MODEM 2 PORT-1 1 TO 12 FROM RADIO DIRECTION
E1 LINE CLK CH 01-16 1 TO 12
GbE Line CLK Port 1-6 1 TO 12
OPTION LINE CLK (STM1) LINE 1 1 TO 12 CHANNELIZED STM-1 OPTION
EXTERNAL CLK
WTR : SET WAIT TO RESTORE TIME, WHICH IS THE
AMOUNT OF TIME TO WAIT BEFORE A RECOVERED TIMING
SOURCE BECOMES ACTIVE AGAIN. (0 THRU 15 MIN)
SyncETH: ENABLE OR DISABLE THE SYNCETH FUNCTION. WHEN ENABLE
SYNCETH CLK CAN BE RECEIVED OR SENT OVER THE GbE LINE
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Clock/Synchronization EXT Clock Setting
SELECT EXT CLOCK SETTING FROM THE PROVISIONING
EQUIPMENT CLOCK / SYNCHRONIZATION SETTING MENU
CURRENT EXT CLOCK SETTING IS INDICATED.
Click the Edit icon to open the Ext Clock setting Window.
Item Parameter Description
EXT Impedance 120 set Ext Clock impedance to 120
70 set Ext Clock impedance to 75
EXT CLK Interface bps select the Ext Clock in bps
Hz select the Ext Clock in Hz
CRC On/Off On turn on Ext Clock CRC check
Off turn off Ext Clock CRC check
EXT CLK Out SEL NOT SELECT CLK out not used
NE CLK Use NE CLK
DMR Line CLK 1 Use DMR Line CLK1
DMR Line CLK2 Use DMR Line CLK2
GbE Line CLK Use GbE Line CLK
E1 Line CLK Use E1 Line CLK
Option Line CLK Use Option Line CLK (STM-1)
Select the appropriate radio buttons to set the EXT CLK IN/OUT
parameters
Select the Clock source to be used for EXT Clock Out
Click the OK Button
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RELAY-ALARM MAPPING SETTING
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Provisioning Relay-Alarm Mapping
72
Provisioning Relay-Alarm Setting
73
Relay Alarm setting with AUX card (1 of 2)
Alarm Relay assignment
For Cluster alarm output.
For House Keeping Output control
When AUX Card is mounted additional four
relays are available for:
Click on the tabs Main Board, ODU
No.1/Modem1, ODU No.2/Modem2 , 16E1-S
to display the current relay alarm assignments.
Click the Modify icon to change the relay
alarm assignment of each tab for parallel
alarm out.
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Relay Alarm setting with AUX card (2 of 2)
Select the 16E1-S tab to see the current assignment of Relays 16E1 interface alarms
Click the Modify icon to open the Relay Control setting window for 16E1 S,
Assign the Alarms to the relays
Click OK button to close the window
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Relay Setting for AUX out put
Select the AUX-S tab to see the current assignment
of Relays for House Keeping Control and Cluster
Alarm Out.
Click the Modify icon to open the Relay Control
setting window for AUX S,
Assign Relays for House Keeping Control and
Cluster Alarm Out.
Make sure that HK Out and Cluster Alarm out are
not assigned to the same relay
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Provisioning Cluster Alarm
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V.11 / OW SETTING
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SERVICE CHANNELS / OW
DSC 1 ~DSC 4 DSC 1 ~DSC 4 2x RS 232C
2 x V.11
PDH RADIO OH
iPASOLINK USER
CHANNEL
2 x RS 232C
2 x V.11
2 x RS 232C
2 x V.11
iPASOLINK USER
CHANNELS
iPASOLINK USER
CHANNELS
STM-1INTFC
E1, F1, DCCr
STM-1INTFC
E1, F1, DCCr
STM-1INTFC
E1, F1, DCCr
OW OW OW
Through
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V.11 / SC SETTING 1of 3


V.11/SC setting menu provides
the configuration of user
interface (V.11, RS-232C) and
OW channel.
Click the SC Channel , and
Modem1 /2 to assign the related
service channel assignments
STM-1S is available when the STM-1
port is used as channelized. Select to
assign E1 ,F1 and DCCr to Service
channels over the radio
SC through setting
User CH to SC setting
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V.11 / SC SETTING 2 of 3
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand V.11/OW Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select V.11/SC Setting from V.11/OW Setting sub menu.
V.11/SC Setting window appears. Click SC Channel
Example: To assign user channel RS-232-C Ch1 to modem-1 SC1
Click on the rectangle intercepting the RS-232C-1 row and SC1
column, assignment is indicated by the green color.
Similarly to assign the user channel V.11 Ch1 to modem-1 SC2
Click on the rectangle intercepting the V.11-1 row and SC2 column,
assignment is indicated by the green color.
Click OK to set the assignment
Confirm the assignment in Provisioning-V.11/OW setting V.11/SC setting window
Select Modem 1 from the Slot drop down list
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V.11 / SC SETTING 3 of 3
Example: To assign Modem 2 , SC3 through to modem 1 SC-3
Click on the rectangle intercepting the SC-3 row of Modem 2 and
SC3 column , assignment is indicated by the green color.
Similarly to assign the Modem 2 , SC4 to Modem 1 SC4
Click the rectangle intercepting the Modem 2 , SC4 row and SC4
column, assignment is indicated by the green color.
Click OK to set the assignment
Confirm the assignment in Provisioning-V.11/OW setting V.11/SC setting window
Select Modem 1 from the Slot drop down list
Click Modem 2 in the Provisioning V.11/OW Setting-V.11/SC Setting window
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V.11 Directional Setting
Item Parameter Description
V.11-1/2 Direction Setting Co-Directional the data receiving
direction is same as
the clock output /input
direction
Contra-Directional the data receiving
direction is different
from the clock
output/input direction
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand V.11/OW Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select V.11 Directional Setting from V.11/OW Setting sub menu.
V.11 Directional Setting window appears
Click the radio button Co-Directional or Contra-Directional as
appropriate.
Click the OK Button
Current Direction setting

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OW SETTING
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand V.11/OW Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select OW Setting from V.11/OW Setting sub menu.
Click the Modem 1 or Modem 2 to open the OW Setting (Modem 1- 1+0) window
Click the OK Button
Current Order Wire setting
Select Used radio button to enable DSC channel for OW
Select Not Used radio button to disable DSC channel for OW

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OW SETTING Call Polarity
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand V.11/OW Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select OW Setting from V.11/OW Setting sub menu.
Click the AUX-S to open the OW Setting (AUX-S) window
Click the OK Button
Current Order Wire setting
Select Invert radio button if the back-to-back call signal polarity is inverted
Select Normal radio button to if the back-to-back call signal polarity is normal

This menu appears when the AUX option card is mounted
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ALARM / AIS SETTING
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CORRELATION SETTING
Item Parameter Description
Alarm
Correlation
On enable mask the lower level alarm
Off disable mask the lower level alarm
From the Provisioning menu. Select Alarm/AIS Setting sub menu
Select Correlation Setting from Alarm/AIS Setting sub menu.
Correlation Setting window appears. Click Edit button.
Select the Alarm correlation ON radio Button to enable masking lof over level alarms
Select the Alarm correlation OFF radio Button to disable masking of lover level alarms
Click OK button and to set the changes.
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AIS Setting
Item Parameter Description
AIS Activation
Condition
LOF + High BER sending AIS alarm after received
LOF and High BER alarm
LOF sending AIS alarm after received
LOF alarm only.
AIS Generated
Report
Report report AIS generated event
Not Report do not report AIS generated event
AIS Received
Report
Report report AIS received event
Not Report do not report AIS received event
AIS Received
Condition
Alarm specify the AIS received event as
an alarm event
Status specify the AIS received event as
a status event
AIS setting function allows to change the
behavior when the AIS signal is received,
activated and whether to report or not to
report the AIS alarms .
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AUX Input Setting (1 of 2)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand AUX Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select AUX Input Setting from AUX Setting sub menu.
AUX Input Setting window appears. Click the tabs to see the
current setting for each AUX input.
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AUX Input Setting ( 2 of 2)
Click on the tab to select the AUX input to be set or modified
Click OK button to close the window
Click on the Modify icon to open the AUX input Setting for AUX#
Name: Enter the name for the alarm (32 Characters)
Condition: Select from the drop down list alarm input condition
Alarm when Event ON (close): [Report when Alarm is ON]
Alarm when Event OFF (Open): [Report when alarm is OFF]
Status : Event is considered as a Status Event not alarm event
Status String: Enter the text to be shown when the Event is ON
and OFF (32 Characters)
Status String: Enter the text to be shown when the Event is ON
and OFF (32 Characters)
X.733: Select the Severity, Alarm Type and Probable cause for
the event from the drop down list for each item


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AUX Output Setting (1 of 2)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand AUX Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select AUX Output Setting from AUX Setting sub menu.
AUX Output Setting window opens indicating the status of the four
output controls.
Click OK button to apply the output control for the selected relay.
Click the required Output #to configure the output or apply the
output control.
Name: give a name to the output control (1-32 characters)
Control: Select Event Off or Event on radio buttons, to specify the
type of output control for the selected relay
Status Strings: enter the status strings to appear when the event
is ON and when the event is OFF
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AUX Output Setting (1 of 2)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand AUX Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select AUX Output Setting from AUX Setting sub menu.
Click the each tab and assign the alarms to the Relays 01 to 06.
Click OK button to close the window
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AUX Output Setting (2 of 2)
Select the 16E1-S tab to see the current assignment of Relays 16E1 interface alarms
Click the Modify icon to open the Relay Control setting window for 16E1 S,
Assign the Alarms to the relays
Click OK button to close the window
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AUX Output Setting (2 of 2)
Select the AUX-S tab to see the current assignment
of Relays for House Keeping Control and Cluster
Alarm Out.
Click the Modify icon to open the Relay Control
setting window for AUX S,
Assign Relays for House Keeping Control and
Cluster Alarm Out.
Make sure that HK Out and Cluster Alarm out are
not assigned to the same relay
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PMON / RMON Setting
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Provisioning PMON / RMON Setting
97
Provisioning PMON / RMON Setting
98
Provisioning PMON / RMON Setting
99
Provisioning PMON / RMON Setting
100
Provisioning PMON / RMON Setting
101
MAINTENANCE CONTROL
102
Maintenance
Loopback Control
- IF Loopback Control
- TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1/LB2)
- TDM Loopback Control (STM1 LB1/LB2)
H/W F/W Reset
- HW Reset Control
- FW Reset Control
Protection Control
- Modem TX / RX switch Control
- RSTP Control
- SNCP Switch Control
- Timing source switch Control
Auto Laser Shutdown Control
- Laser Shutdown Control
- ALS Manual Switch Control
Performance Monitor
- MODEM PMON Report
- E1 PMON Report
- STM-1 PMON Report
- PMON/RMON/FDB Clear
Offline Maintenance
- Data Adjust
- RF Sub Band Select
Modem Maintenance Control
- ATPC Manual Control
- TX Mute Control
- CW Control
- TX Modulation Manual Control
- XPIC Reset (1+0 XPIC only)
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LOOPBACK CONTROL
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MAINT Control- Modem Loopback
Off
If Maintenance mode is selected
before applying the maintenance
control Switch to Maintenance
mode first error message
appears
IF loopback cuts the TX output
affecting the radio link
Parameter
IF Loopback
Off Turn on the IF Loopback function (Default)
On Turn off IF Loopback function
Release Time
not release Not set automatic restore
90 sec (Default)
180 sec
300 sec
3600 sec (60 min)
43200 sec (12h)
Set automatic restore time
* Available when executing IF Loopback from remote NE.
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MAINT Control- Modem Loopback

Click on Maintenance button on the top of LCT window to enter maintenance mode.
Expand the Maintenance Control from LCT menu
Expand the Loopback Control from Maintenance Control sub menu.
Select the MODEM Loopback Control from Loopback Control sub menu.
MODEM Loopback Control Window is displayed. Click on Off of the IF Loopback field.
Click on Off of the IF Loopback field to open the Modem Loopback Control (Modem1 1+0)
Select IF Loopback ON radio button to select loopback On.
If the IF Loopback is for the remote NE, then select the Release time
Click OK button to apply the maintenance control. Off indication will turn to On with
Yellow background
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MAINT Control- TDM Loopback1
Click on Maintenance button on the top of LCT window to enter maintenance mode.
Expand the Maintenance Control from LCT menu
Expand the Loopback Control from Maintenance Control sub menu.
Select the TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1) from Loopback Control sub menu.
TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1) Windowis displayed
Click on Off of the Main Board selected CH# field to open the TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1)
Select E1 LB1 CH# ON radio button to select loopback On.
Click OK button to apply the maintenance control. Off indication will turn to On with Yellow background
This is the Near End
Baseband Loopback
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MAINT Control- TDM Loopback2
Click on Maintenance button on the top of LCT window to enter maintenance mode.
Expand the Maintenance Control from LCT menu
Expand the Loopback Control from Maintenance Control sub menu.
Select the TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB2) from Loopback Control sub menu.
TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB2) Windowis displayed
Click on Off of the Main Board selected CH# field to open the TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB2)
Select E1 LB2 CH# ON radio button to select loopback On.
Click OK button to apply the maintenance control. Off indication will turn to On with Yellow background
This is the Far End
Baseband Loopback
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MAINT Control- STM-1 Loopback1
Click on Maintenance button on the top of LCT window to enter maintenance mode.
Expand the Maintenance Control from LCT menu
Expand the Loopback Control from Maintenance Control sub menu.
Select the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB1) from Loopback Control sub menu.
TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB1) Windowis displayed
Click on Off of the STM-1S field to open the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB1)
Select ON radio button to select loopback On.
Click OK button to apply the maintenance control. Off indication will turn to On with Yellow background
This is the Near End
Baseband Loopback
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MAINT Control- STM-1 Loopback2
Click on Maintenance button on the top of LCT window to enter maintenance mode.
Expand the Maintenance Control from LCT menu
Expand the Loopback Control from Maintenance Control sub menu.
Select the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB2) from Loopback Control sub menu.
TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB2) Windowis displayed
Click on Off of the STM-1S field to open the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB2)
Select ON radio button to select loopback On.
Click OK button to apply the maintenance control. Off indication will turn to On with Yellow background
This is the Far End
Baseband Loopback
110
PROTECTION CONTROL
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Protection Control- TX/RX SW Control
TX / RX SW MANUAL CONTROL
This menu items are active in (1+1) configuration
TX SWmenu is available for (1+1) hot standby configuration only.
Normal operation is Auto mode. Select No1 Manual or No.2 Manual
and click OK to select the TX channel manually. (TX switching interrupt
the traffic momentarily
RX SWmenu is available for any (1+1) configuration. Normal operation
is Auto mode.
Select No.1 or No.2 manual if the channel to be switched to is normal
(no alarms)
Select No.1 or No.2 Forced, if the channel to be switched to is in alarm
condition and need to switch forcibly.
Click OK button to select the RX channel manually. Selected control
mode is shown in a yellow back ground indicating the control is under
maintenance mode.
TX and RX switch status
is indicated below the
controls.
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Protection Control- SNCP SW Control
Select SNCP Switch Control under the Maintenance Protection Control
menu. Protection Control-SNCP Switch Control screen display the SNCP
connections and Online and offline status
To manually switch any SNCP connection, click on the Service number of the
SNCP connection. SNCP Switch Control window opens giving the Working and
Protection paths. Online status and Path status are also provided.
Click on the SNCP Manual SW Control drop down arrow and select the control
to be applied. Click OK, and OK again on the warning dialog.
Forced SW to Protection Switch forcibly to Protection channel even in alarm status
Forced SW to Work Switch forcibly to working channel even in alarm status
Manual SW to Protection switch to protection when it is in normal status
Manual SW to Work Switch to working when it is in normal status
Clear Clear the Maintenance Control
When any Switching control is applied, the maintenance control applied status is
indicated by the yellow back ground of the selected Service Number. Also the
Protection Status column show the switched status forced or manual
To remove the maintenance control, apply Clear control in the SNCP Manual
SW control.
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Protection Control- Timing Source SW Control
Select Timing Source Switch Control under the Maintenance Protection
Control menu. Protection Control- Timing Source Switch Control screen
display current timing sources selected and switch control status and lockout
status.
To manually select a timing source, click on the timing
source status under the Timing Source SW control
column of the open the Timing Source Switch control
Window
Click on the drop down menu and select Manual SW (if
the timing source in normal) or Forced SW (if the timing
source is under alarm condition) and select OK.
Select Normal to release the switch control and click OK.
To Lock Out the timing source from being used as a
timing source in the equipment, click the Off status
under the Lock Out column for the selected Timing
source. Timing Source Switch control window for lock
out opens.
Select the appropriate radio button ON or OFF and
select OK ..
Status of the maintenance control is
shown by the yellow background with
the switched status
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MAINT Control- Modem Maintenance Control
ATPC Manual Control
If TX Power Control Mode selected is ATPC Mode, it is possible
to temporarily disable ATPC mode under maintenance control
and transmit .a fixed transmit power.
Select ATPC Manual Control On radio button and enter required
fixed (Manual) power output level within the limits shown.
Click OK button to apply the manual TX control.
This may be required during antenna alignment.
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MAINT Control- Modem Maint CTRL
This maintenance Control switch off the
TX output power of the ODU connected to
the selected modem
This maintenance Control TX an un-
modulated carrier from the selected
modem
This maintenance Control select a fixed
modulation when the modem is under AMR
mode . Select auto to go back to AMR mode
starting with QPSK modulation and adjust
according to the propagation condition
When TX Mute and CW Control is applied to
the NE remotely, it is possible to select an
automatic release timer. (these two controls
interrupt the radio link) at the end of the timer
value the control will be released normalizing
the link
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MAINT Control- Laser Shutdown
The STM-1 OPT Interface is provided with Automatic Laser Shutdown Function (ALS), if disable the
laser output is always ON even if the input optical cable is disconnected. When ALS function is set to enable
the OPT INTFC observe the loss of signal and start a timer (550ms) and generate a control signal to
interrupt the optical output .
. When the fault that interrupt the optical input is cleared the system can be restored by controlling the laser
output through one of the following methods.
Automatic Control
Manual Restart Short on time (2 sec) Maintenance Control
Manual Restart Long on time (90 sec) Maintenance Control
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H/W _ F/W RESET CONTROL
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iPASOLINK Introduction
RESET
Parameter Reset CPU L2SW
Device
Reset
H/W Reset Program ROM
Switching
Main Board/CTRL -
ODU -
STM1-S - - -
16E1-S - - -
L2SW Device Reset
Reset should be executed for L2SW of IDU (MB/CTRL). Main signal will be downed during
the executing.
Card Reset
Available to control each option card individually. Main ETH signal will be downed
during the resetting. After Card Reset finished, option card need to be resetting the
configuration information that retains by IDU (MB/CTRL). Card Reset replies NG
response and does not execute if option card was not registered, not mounted and
mounted different place
CPU Reset (ODU)
Available to reset CPU(ODU) and control each ODU individually. Main signal will
be downed during the resetting. After CPU Reset (ODU) finished, ODU need to be
resetting the configuration information that retains by IDU (MB/CTRL). CPU Reset
(ODU) replies NG response and not execute if MODEM did not mounted (include in
not registered and mounted different place).
CPU Reset (IDU)
Available to reset CPU of IDU (Main/CTRL). Main ETH signal and NMS
Communications will be downed after CPU Reset (IDU) executed.
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MAINT Control- H/W Reset Control
Reset control available only
when Maintenance Mode is On
120
F/W RESET CONTROL
Reset control available only
when Maintenance Mode is On
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OFFLINE MAINT CONTROL-


Parameter
DADE Operational system (RXSW selection) is fixed to run
DADE.
The operational system does not change to avoid any
circuit interruption.
Offset
DADE
After DADE adjustment, it offsets in a DADE memory
so the amount of delay may serve as the minimum.
Due to the memory offset, it may cause a circuit
interruption.
DADE Off DADE does not adjust, but in order to make the
amount of delay into the minimum, it is set as the very
end of the memory.
NEO ODU CAN CHANGE THE FREQUENCY SUB BAND
BY CHANGING THE TX/RX RF BPF. AFTER CHANGING
THE SUBBAND FILTER NEW SUB BAND LETTER USED
SHOULD BE SET IN THE ODU USING THIS OFFLINE
CONTROL. IF YOU CHANGE THIS PARAMETER
WITHOUT CHANGING THE SUB BAND FILTER RADIO
LINK MAY FAIL.
SELECT FROM THE DROP DOWN LIST THE SUB
BAND LETTER TO BE USED AND CLICK THE SET
BUTTON
IN (1+1) CONFIGURATION, CH1 AND CH2 RX PATH DELAY AT
THE INPUT OF THE SWITCH MAY NOT BE EQUAL.
AUTOMATIC DADE ADJUSTMENT INSERT ADDITIONAL DELAY
IN ONE CH TO MAKE THEM IN PHASE FOR THE HITLESS
SWITCH TO OPERATE PROPERLY.
SELECT DADE AND CLICK SET TO MEMORIZE THE DELAY
SETTING ADJUSTED UNDER AUTO DADE. THIS DELAY IS
ADJUSTED ONLY IN THE STANDBY PATH.
SELECT OFFSET DADE AND CLICK SET TO REDUCE THE
ABSOLUTE DELAY BETWEEN THE TWO RX CHANNELS. THIS
ADJUSTMENT MAY INTERRUPT THE RADIO LINK.
SELECT DADE OFF AND CLICK SET WHEN DADE ADJUSTMENT
IS NOT REQUIRED.
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METERING
123
Metering -
124
INVENTORY
125
INVENTORY - IDU
126
INVENTORY - ODU
127
S/W License Information
128
S/W License Setup
129
S/W LICENSE SETUP IMPORT LICENSE KEY
130
S/W LICENSE SETUP-RADIO CAPACITY SETTING
131
Equipment Utility
132
Equipment Utility- Export (NE>Storage) Utility
Use this function to export the Equipment Config Data,
Network Config Data and User Config Data from NE
to storage (Local PC or USB Memory)
133
Program downloads
Use this function to update NE by download Program
File, FPGA Data and Config Data from storage
(Local PC or USB Memory) to NE.
134
Equipment utility Program ROM Switching
135
SHIPMENT Setting
136
DATE / TIME SETTING
137
User Account / Security Setting
138
LOGIN USER LIST
Click on the User name to modify the
logged in user's password or user group.
LOGIN USER LIST menu shows a list of Users logged in
to the NE, locally and remotely.
Click on the Set Password In User
Setting window to change the User
Password
To change the User Group click on the
Group field and select from the drop
down list the group to be changed to.
Click on the Group name of the logged in
User to change the group setting
Click on the Access Level field and from
the drop down list select the new access
level for the Group
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USER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT
User Account Management function
allows adding , Modifying and deleting
of User accounts.
This function is available for Admin
Access level users only
Up to nine user accounts can be added
in addition to the three default user
accounts (User, Config & Admin).
Click on the ADD USER icon on the Use Account /
Security Setting window. Enter the User Name and select
the Group from the drop down list of registered user groups.
Click on the Set Password icon on the User Setting
window to open the Set Password window. Enter the
password for the new user and re-enter it to confirm the
password and click OK
Click on the OK button to register the new user.
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USER ACCOUNT / SECURITY SETTING
Item Parameter
User Name 1 t0 31 Characters
Password 8 to 31 Characters
Group Default Groups ADMIN/CONFIG/OPERATOR or
Added Groups
Security Level :
NoAuthNoPriv
User Login Without authentication and
encryption
Security Level :
AuthNoPriv
User Login need authentication (MD5 or SHA1
based) but without (Privacy) encryption
Security Level :
AuthPriv
User Login need Authentication (MD5 or
SHA1 ) and the data is encrypted by DES or
AES
Auth Algorithm Select Authentication Algorithm between MD5
or SHA
Auth Key Input 8 to 16 digit Public key of MD5 and
SHA1
Priv Algorithm Select the encryption method DES or AES
Priv Key Input 8 to 16 digits Key of DES or AES
MD5 ( Message Digest 5 ) one of the
Hash Algorithm for authentication and
digital signature. In order to detect the
falsification of original data during the
data transmission. Original data will be
converting the Hash by comparing at
both ends
SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm ) one of the
Hash Algorithm for authentication and
digital signature. In order to detect the
falsification of original data during the data
transmission. Less than 264 bits of original
data will be converting the Hash of 160 nits
by comparing at both ends
DES (Data Encryption Standard ) is 56 nit
encryption key and encryption by 64 bit
block
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard )
SPN structured block encryption, block
length is 128 bits and the length of key
128/192/256 bits
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USER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT
MODIFY USER
SET PASSWORD
DELETE USER
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USER GROUP PROFILE CONFIGURATION
PARAMETER DESCRIPTION
Group Name 1 to 32 characters
FTP Allow or Deny using FTP
protocol
HTTP Allow or deny using HTTP
protocol for WebLCT to access
Equipment
SNMP Allow or deny using SNMP
protocol to access network
equipment
Access Level Specify the User Access Level
In addition to the three
default groups
(OPERATOR/CONFIG/
ADMIN) Six additional
groups can be registered.
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SECURITY MANAGEMENT
Protocol or Service Enabled
Protocol or Service Disabled
144
SNMP and SNMP Community SETTING
Default UDP Port is 161
Item Parameter Description
Community Name Use ASCII within 255
Characters
Set the SNMP community name. Any request with different
community name will be refused
Access Level CONFIG- allows only GET
ADMIN Allows GET and SET
Assign the access level to the specified server(s)
Access address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Specify the valid IP address or network of the SNMP Manager(s)
Subnet Mask 255.xxx.xxx.xxx Subnet Mask of SNMP Manager(s)
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SNMP Trap Entry SETTING
Item Parameter Description
SNMP Version V1 / v2c / v3 Set SNMP version for trap
PDU Type Trap / Inform Set PDU Type for Trap
IP Address 0.0.0.0 Specify the destination IP
address of trap
Port 162 (default) (1 t0
65535)
Set UDP Port trap
Community
name
255 Character Set communication name
of the trap. This much
match on both SNMP server
and agent
Security Level NoAuthNoPriv/
AuthNoPriv/AuthPriv
Auth Algorithm MD5 or SHA
Auth Key 8 to 16
Priv Algorithm DSE or AES
Priv Key 8 to 16
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USER ACCOUNT / SECURITY SETTING
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FTP and HTTP setting
Item Parameter Description
FTP Enable (Running)
Disable (Stopped)
Start and Stop FTP service
TCP Port
(Command)
21(default Set TCP port of FTP server (for received
command) ) (1 to 65535)
TCP Port (Data) 20 (Default) Set the TCP port of FTP server (for data
transmit) (1 to 65535)
Max session 3 Maximum user connection
Auto Stop Enable Enable FTP server break the connection in
90 sec automatically after no operation
on the client
Disable Disable FTP server break automatically
Item Parameter Description
HTTP Enable (Running)
Disable (Stopped)
Start and Stop HTTP service
TCP Port 80(default) Set the port number of HTTP server
(1 to 65535)
148
Current/History PMON/RMON Report
149
MODEM PMON REPORT
150
MODEM PMON REPORT
151
ETH RMON REPORT
152
ETH RMON REPORT
153
ETH RMON REPORT
154
VLAN COUNTER REPORT
155
ETHER FUNCTION SETTING
156
ETH Function Setting-Bridge Setting (1 of 2)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand ETH Function Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select Bridge Setting from ETH Function Setting sub menu
Current Bridge setting is displayed.
Click Edit button open the Bridge Setting window
Setting window when Aging radio button is ON
Setting window when Aging radio button is OFF
Select the bridge parameters and click the OK button
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ETH Function Setting-Bridge Setting (2 of 2)
GbE MAX Frame Size it is the maximum size (in bytes) of the Ethernet
frames allowed on Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) ports
Default Value = 1522 bytes Range = 64 to 9600 byes
FE MAX Frame Size it is the maximum size (in bytes) of the Ethernet frames
allowed on Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps) ports
Default Value = 1522 bytes Range = 64 to 2000 byes
Aging enabling aging allows the FBD (Forwarding Data Base) to delete the
learnt MAC address if is not communicating for a certain amount of time (FDB
Aging Time)
On Aging function is enabled (default setting)
Off Aging function is disabled (MAC address entries will not be deleted from
FDB)
FDB Aging Time it is time (in second) for which the FDB will wait before
deleting the MAC entry if it is not communicating
Default Value = 300 s Range = 5 to 163680 s
VLAN Mode this option choose the tagging mode in case of VLAN being used
802.1q VLAN tagging will be done using IEEE 802.1q standard (default setting)
802.1ad VLAN tagging will be done using IEEE 802.1ad (QinQ, provider bridge)
Default VLAN ID it is VLAN ID which will be used as default (native) VLAN
Default Value = 1
Range = 1 to 4094 (any VLAN can be set as default VLAN)
Default VLAN TPID Tag Protocol Identifier
Default Value = 0x8100 for 802.1Q-tagged frame Default VLAN
For management IP
To handle untagged frames
Trunking purpose
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ETH Function Setting ETH Port Setting (1 of 2)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand ETH Function Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select ETH Port Setting from ETH Function Setting sub menu
Current ETH Port setting and port link status are displayed.
Click the main Board Port #to open its ETH Port Setting window
Select the Port Usage enable radio button to use the selected port
Set the other settings accordingly and click the OK button
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ETH Function Setting ETH Port Setting (2 of 2)
MDI ports connect to MDIX ports via straight-through twisted pair cabling; both
MDI-to-MDI and MDIX-to-MDIX connections use crossover twisted pair
cabling, Auto MDI / MDIX removes these restriction on choosing cable type
When sending station transmits data faster than the receiving station can
accept it. The overwhelmed network element will send a PAUSE frame, which
halts the transmission of the sender for a specified period of time
Port Usage Enable or disable the port (by default it is enabled)
Port Name Any user friendly port name can be used (maximum 32
characters)
Media Type Electrical (RJ 45) or Optical (SFP) (by default it is electrical)
Speed Choose among 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1000 Mbps, Auto
Negotiation (by default it is Auto Negotiation)
When speed is chosen to be auto negotiated, duplex mode as well as
MDI/MDIX will also be auto negotiated
Duplex Mode Full Duplex or Half Duplex (by default it is Full)
MDI or MDIX Medium Dependent Interface or Medium Dependent Interface
Crossover (by default it is MDI)
Flow Control Enable or Disable Ethernet Flow Control (by default it is disabled)
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ETH Function Setting VLAN Setting (1 of 4)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand ETH Function Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select VLAN Setting from ETH Function Setting sub menu
Current VLAN settings are displayed.
Click on VLAN Setting tab to see the current VLAN setting
Click on VLAN List tab to see the current VLAN List
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ETH Function Setting VLAN Setting (2 of 4)
Click Add VLAN ID to open the Add
VLAN ID window
Item Parameter Description
VLAN ID 1 to 4094 Specify VLAN
ID
VALN
Service
Name
1 to 32 Character Specify the
service name
of the VLAN
Enter the VLAN ID
Enter a VLAN Service Name for the
VLAN ID
Click OK button to close the window
Click Delete VLAN ID to open the Delete
VLAN ID window
Enter the VLAN ID or its VLAN Service
Name to be deleted from the VLAN List
Click OK button to close the delete VLAN
ID window
Confirm the VLAN ID is deleted from the
list
Click the VLAN Service Name to be
modified from the VLAN List
Modify the VLAN Service Name
Click OK button to close the Modify VLAN
Service Name window
Confirm the VLAN Service Name is change
din the VLAN List
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ETH Function Setting VLAN Setting (3 of 4)
Port Type Access / Truck / Tunnel
Item Parameter Description
Port Type Access Only Allow untagged frame pass through
Tunnel Allow tagged and untagged frame pass through
Trunk Only allow tagged frame pass through
Enable check box Check Check the box to assign the port to the specified
VLAN. Uncheck
Untag Frame Assignment (Access Port) Check
Uncheck
Click the Port to which the VLAN ID is to
be assigned.
Port /VLAN Configuration is displayed
Select the Port Type under VLAN Assignment
Modem Port is always Trunk Port type
Select the VLAN ID (s) for the Selected Port
and Port Type by selecting the enable check
boxes
Main Board Ports can be Access, Tunnel and
Trunk Port types
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ETH Function Setting VLAN Setting (4 of 4)
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Example of Access Port (Untagged Frames only)
Only Untagged frames are
processed on Port 3, and
these frames are assumed to
belong to VLAN ID = 30
P1 (FE)
Fm
A
to
C
MSG
VLAN
x
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
VLAN
30
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
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Example of Trunk Port (tag/untag Frames)
Untagged frames on
Port 1 are assumed to
belong to VLAN ID =20
Tagged frames on
Port 1 must have
VLAN ID = 10 & 30
P2 (FE)
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
Fm
A
to
C
MSG
VLAN
30
Fm
A
to
C
MSG
VLAN
30
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
VLAN
20
Fm
A
to
C
MSG
VLAN
other
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Example of Tunnel Port (Any Frame Forwarding)
Any frame type on Port 3, either
untagged or tagged with any VLAN
ID, will be unconditionally tagged
(Outer Tag) with VLAN ID =30 and
then processed.
P3 (FE)
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
Fm
A
to
C
MSG1
VLAN
any
Fm
A
to
B
MSG
VLAN
30
Fm
A
to
C
MSG1
VLAN
30
VLAN
any
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Example of Modem Port
Modem port is always Trunk
(tagged frames only)
Modem port transports the VLAN IDs enabled
here. In this example, only tagged frames
belonging to VLAN ID =, 10, 20 , 30, 40 qnd 50
are processed on this Modem1 port.
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (1 of 6)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand ETH Function Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select FDB Setting from ETH Function Setting sub menu
Select FDB Setting tab to see the current FDB setting.
Select Static Entry tab to see the current static entries
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (2 of 6)
Provisioning ETH Function Setting FDB Setting Equipment
Learning MAX Size Maximum number of MAC addresses the FDB can learn / hold
Default Value = 32512
Range = 1 to 32512
Learning Limit Mode the action to be taken with frames coming from new MAC addresses exceeding the
maximum size of FDB
Default Value = Forwarding the fame will be forwarded without learning its source MAC address
Other Option = Discard frames will be dropped if its source MAC address is not there in the FDB
Learning Limit Trap enable allows the equipment to send traps to SNMP Manager when the learning limit
exceeds its maximum size limit (by default it is enabled)
Select FDB Setting Tab.
Click on the Equipment to open the
FDB Setting (Equipment) window
Configure the parameters and click OK
button
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (3 of 6)
Provisioning ETH Function Setting FDB Setting VLAN ID
Learning MAX Size Maximum number of MAC addresses the FDB can learn / hold for this particular VLAN
Default Value = 0
Range = 0 to 32512
Learning Limit Mode the action to be taken with frames coming from new MAC addresses exceeding the
maximum size of FDB
Default Value = Forwarding the fame will be forwarded without learning its source MAC address
Other Option = Discard frames will be dropped if its source MAC address is not there in the FDB
Select FDB Setting Tab.
Click on the VLAN ID # to open the
FDB Setting (VLAN ID#) window
Configure the parameters and click OK
button
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (4 of 6)
VLAN ID = 1 to 4094
Item = Main Board / Modem 1 / 2
Port No. = Choose from 1 to 6
MAC address = Type MAC address in hexadecimal
Select Static Entry Tab.
Click on the Add icon to open the Static Entry (Add)
window
Configure the parameters and click OK button
Click the Static Entry
Number to be Modified
Modify the MAC address
for the selected static
entry and Click OK Button
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (5 of 6)
Select Static Entry Tab.
Click on the Delete icon to open the Static Entry
(Delete) window
Select the static entry to be deleted by clicking on the
check box.
Click OK button to delete the entry
Click PMON /RMON/FDB Clear to clear the FDB
Select the appropriate FDB table radio button clear
Click Execute button to clear the selected FDB table
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ETH Function Setting FDB Setting (6 of 6)
Click Retrieve Current FDB icon to save or open the
current Forwarding Data Base.
Select Save in the File Down load window to save the
FDB
Select Open in the File Down Load window to open the
FDB in the Notepad.
2010/12/17, 15:42:16
VLAN ID, MAC Address, Slot/Port No. / Trunk
4095, 00:25:5c:28:02:37, Modem1 / Port26
4095, 00:25:5c:28:02:30, Modem1 / Port26
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ETHER OAM SETTING
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ETH Function Setting ETH OAM (1 of 4)
Ethernet OAM (Operations, Administration, and Maintenance)
Expand Provisioning from LCT menu.
Expand ETH Function Setting from Provisioning sub menu.
Select ETH OAM Setting from ETH Function Setting sub menu
Select OAM MEG tab to see the current MEG entries and add MEG
Select OAM MEP tab to see the current MEP entries and add MEP
Select OAM MIP tab to see the current MIP entries and add MIP
Maintenance End Point
Maintenance Intermediate Point
Maintenance Entity Group
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ETH Function Setting ETH OAM (2 of 4)
MEP Index Index (Serial) No. of the MEP
1 to 192
MEP ID Unique ID of MEP 1 to 8191
CCM Transmit / Receive Enable or
disable CCM (Continuity Check Messages)
transmit and/or receive
CCM Priority - Set priority for CCM 0 to 7
VLAN Untag Choose if VLAN tag to be
used with Ethernet OAM messages or not
Item Choose among Main Board /
Modem1 / 2
Port Choose the port number
ETH OAM Source MAC Address Specify
the MAC address to be used as source MAC
address of Ethernet OAM messages
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ETH Function Setting ETH OAM (2 of 4)
MEP Index Index (Serial) No. of the MEP
1 to 192
MEP ID Unique ID of MEP 1 to 8191
CCM Transmit / Receive Enable or
disable CCM (Continuity Check Messages)
transmit and/or receive
CCM Priority - Set priority for CCM 0 to 7
VLAN Untag Choose if VLAN tag to be
used with Ethernet OAM messages or not
Item Choose among Main Board /
Modem1 / 2
Port Choose the port number
ETH OAM Source MAC Address Specify
the MAC address to be used as source MAC
address of Ethernet OAM messages
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ETH Function Setting ETH OAM (3 of 4)
MEG Configuration - Maintenance Entity Group (Add / Delete)
Enable enables an MEG
MEG Index Serial Number of MEG (1 to 5)
MEG ID Unique ID for MEG
MEG Level hierarchy level of MEG (0 to 7)
CCM Transmit enable or disable transmit of CC message
CCM Receive enable or disable reception of CC messages\
CCM Priority priority setting for CC messages
ETH-CC Period Ethernet Continuity Check Message Period in ms or s
Peer MEP Configuration
Enable
Peer MEP ID (1 to 8191)
Peer List Check Status Enabled
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ETH Function Setting ETH OAM (4 of 4)
MIP (Maintenance Intermediate Point)
Settings Add / Modify / Delete
MIP Index 1 to 32
MEG Level 0 to 7
Item Main Board / Model 1 / 2
Port Port No.
Enable Enable or disable
VLAN ID VLAN ID to be used
Service Name VLAN Service Name
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RSTP SETTING
181
ETH Function Setting RSTP Setting (1 of 4)
182
ETH Function Setting RSTP Setting (2 of 4)
Item Description
Item Board name Main board or Modem
Port Port number Main board (1to6) modem (1)
Port Name Given port name in provisioning
Status Status of the port forwarding or discarding
STP Port Path
Cost
Path cost selected automatically or manually entered
STP Port
Priority
Indicate the STP port Priority
Edge Port Set the port as a edge port or not (disable)
P-to-P Port Auto
Description
STP Mode RSTP
Root Bridge Priority
ID
Show the selected root bridge priority and its
MAC Address
Bridge Priority Show the bridge priority value
STP Bridge MAX Age Show the STP bridge MAX Age value
STP Bridge Hello
Time
Show the STP bridge Hello time value
STP Bridge Forward
Delay
Show the STP bridge forward delay value
STP TX Hold Count Show the STP TX Hold Count
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ETH Function Setting RSTP Setting (3 of 4)
Item Parameter Description
STP Port Path
Cost
Auto Enable equipment calculate the
path cost automatically.
Manual Enter the path cost manually.
STP Port Path
Cost Value
1 to 200000000 Enter the cost of path when
Path Cost is set to Manual
STP Port
Priority
0 to 240 Specify the RSTP priority of the
port
Edge Port Enable Set the Port as Edge port
Disable Remove Edge port feature
P-to-P Port Force true Enable Point-to-point
Force False Disable Point-to-point
Auto Set Point-to-point automatically
Item Parameter Description
STP Mode RSTP Enable RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree
Protocol)
Disable Disable RSTP
Enable Check Enable RSTP on the port.
Uncheck Disable RSTP on the port.
Item Main Board
MODEM 1
MODEM 2
Select the object from drop-down list
Port - Select the port from drop-down list
Port Name 1 to 32 Character Specify the port name
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ETH Function Setting RSTP Setting (4 of 4)
Item Parameter Description
STP Bridge Priority 0 to 61440 Set STP priority of the bridge
STP Bridge MAX Age 6 to 40 s Set the expiration of the Configuration BPDU stored,
Bridge will. notice that a topology change has
occurred after the Max Age time elapses and the
BPDU is aged out
STP Bridge Hello Time 1 s Set the period of sending Configuration BPDUs
from Root Bridge. 2 s
STP Bridge Forward
Delay
4 to 30 s Set the delay when the port is going to change the
state from Listening to Learning.
STP TX Hold Count 1 to 10 Set the number of BPDU which can be sent per
second.
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QUALITY OF SERVICE SETTING
186
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (1 of 7)
Classify Field Type
VLAN CoS 802.1 q / p
IPv4 Precedence
Classify Priority used to classify
Classify Internal Priority
187
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (2 of 7)
Only one profile can be selected
from Profile 0 to 3 for the whole
equipment
188
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (3 of 7)
Classify Setting tab
iPASOLINK supports QoS based on MEF10 and REC4115 which classify the traffic into eight classes with the proper
Internal Priority according to the predetermined Policer. Except the default Policer, user can configure up to three
additional Policer which provide user the capability of realizing the user-orientation QoS strategy flexibly. The
Internal Priority is used for following purpose:
1) Identify Ingress traffic properly according to the predetermined Policer.
2) Mapping the eight classes of ingress traffic to four classes when queuing the Egress traffic
3) Copy the original internal priority to the capsulated frame to prevent the traffic priority from changing unexpectedly. (VLAN c-tag
CoS/VLAN s-tag CoS)
Ingress
At the Ingress of the traffic, assign the internal priority and then perform flow control according to the predetermined policer,
coloring the frame with Yellow or Green which decide the QoS queue at the egress, discarding the frames of the traffic that
exceed the designated bandwidth (EIR, Excess Information Rate).
Egress
Queuing the frame according to the internal priority and the color assigned at ingress, determine forwarding or discarding
the frame.
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ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (4 of 7)
Item Parameter Description
QoS Port Setting Information
Scheduling Mode 2xSP Specify the queuing mode.
SP: Strict-Priority
DWRR: Deficit Weighted Round Robin
4xSP
1xSP+3xDWRR
4xDWRR
Port Drop Mode WTD Specify the port discard all packets at the tail end of the queue when
queue exceeded the pre set threshold. WTD (Weighted tail drop).
WRED Specify the port randomly discard the packets of lower priority traffic
before higher priority traffic when queue exceeded the preset
threshold. WRED (weighted random early detection).
Egress Shaper Rate 0 to 1000 Mbps Specify the maximum sending rate of the egress queue.
Internal Priority Queuing Policy per Ingress Port
Internal Priority 0 to 7 Class 0 to 7 Set the priority of Ingress port
Egress Class Setting Information
Class Shaper Rate 0 to 1000 Mbps Specify the maximum sending rate of the class.
Class DWRR Weight 1 to 127 Specify the weight of the queue.
Class Queue Length 16 to 128 Kbyte Specify the length for each Queue.
Queue 6 and 7 is fixed at 16Kbyte.
Wtd Yellow Frame Threshold 10 to 100 % Set the Threshold of Yellow Frame
190
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (5 of 7)
191
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (6 of 7)
192
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (7 of 7)
193
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (7 of 7)
194
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (7 of 7)
195
ETH Function Setting QoS/Classification (7 of 7)
196
Provisioning LLF Setting
197
Provisioning Other Ether Setting
Slot / Port No. / Port Name Chose the port to be modified
Media Type Optical / Electrical
Speed 10 Mbps / 100 Mbps / Auto-negotiated
QoS Mode Strict Priority / ??
VLAN ID VLAN to which this port belongs
Monitoring - Mirroring
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