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iPASOLINK EX
SECTION II OPERATION
CONTENTS

DOCUMENT WARRANTY.....................................................................................................- 2 -
1. Getting Started.............................................................................................................1-1
2. Installation of LCT .......................................................................................................2-1
3. System Configuration .................................................................................................3-1
4. NE Setup .......................................................................................................................4-1
5. System Operation ........................................................................................................5-1
6. Abbreviations ...............................................................................................................6-1


DOCUMENT WARRANTY
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DOCUMENT WARRANTY
1. The information contained in this manual is subject to change without prior
notice.
2. The LCT screen figures in this manual are only examples. Screens will vary
according to equipment configurations, equipment operation modes, setting
parameters, LCT application program version, etc. Screens contained in this
manual are current at the moment of publishing; however, they may differ
slightly from the actual screens on your LCT.
3. This manual is written on the assumption that you already understand the
restrictions, limitations, and precautions necessary to operate the equipment
properly. Refer to the equipment manual for details.

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1. GETTING STARTED
1.1 Conventions Used in This Manual
Table 1-1 Conventions Used in This Manual
Style What Represents Example
Italic For manual titles or related document names. Refer to iPASOLINK EX Operation
Manual for details.
Bold Items and buttons on the user interface. Item
on the computer display. File and directory
names. Menus and items.
The Overall window
Arrow A menu name and then the item. Select System ->Login/Logout
<Item> A command variable where the user must
make the appropriate entry. This is also
commonly used when asking for a password.
<password>
Capitalized key Key name on the keyboard. Press Enter key

1.2 LCT Communication Interface
1.2.1 Communications
The local craft terminal (LCT) is a useful tool to the installation and maintenance.
iPASOLINK provides users GUI environment through WEB browser. Moreover, this
tool supports remote connection.


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1.2.2 Local Port Interface
The DCN interface(Port) is located on the front of the equipment. When the mode of
the interface is LCT , the interface can be used as the LCT port.
Figure 1-1 LCT Port Interface
Use LAN Cable connected to the LCT Port at the front of the equipment.
The LCT port specifications are as follows:
10/100BASE-TX, Cable Type: RJ 45

DCN Port
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2. INSTALLATION OF LCT
2.1 Hardware Requirements
* Windows XP
Item Required Recommend
CPU Pentium M 1.6 GHz
RAM 512 MB
HDD 40 GB
Display Color LCD (1024 x 768)
LAN Port 10/100BASE-TX
USB Port
* Windows Vista
Item Required Recommend
CPU Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz
RAM 1 GB
HDD 40 GB
Display Color LCD (1024 x 768)
LAN Port 10/100BASE-TX
USB Port
* Windows 7
Item Required Recommend
CPU Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz
RAM 1 GB
HDD 40 GB
Display Color LCD (1024 x 768)
LAN Port 10/100BASE-TX
USB Port

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2.2 LCT Recommended Software Environment
OS: Windows XP (English version), Windows7 (English version)
Browser: Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, Firefox 9.0.1
Note: Using Zoom function of browsers is not recommended, it may cause issues.
For example, a scroll bar of the browser is disappeared.
2.3 OS Environment for Windows
Check if the following configurations have been done on your PC. If not, perform the
following procedures to configure your PC.
Internet explorer is installed.
TCP/IP Protocol settings are set appropriately.

2.3.1 Confirming Internet Explorer
Confirm the Internet Explorer is installed on the LCT computer.
Select Start ->Program ->Internet Explorer.

Figure 2-1 Windows Start Menu Window
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2.3.2 Confirming and Setting TCP/IP
The IP address of the LCT computer will be detected automatically from DHCP
server of NE side.
Setup the IP address to be detected automatically.
1. Log on the Windows OS as Administrator.
2. Select Start ->Settings ->Control Panel from the Start menu of the
Windows.
3. The Control Panel window appears. Double-click the Network
Connections icon in the Control Panel window.
4. The Network Connections window appears. Double-click the Local Area
Connection icon, then click Properties button.
5. The Local Area Connection Properties window appears. Select Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties button.
6. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties box appears. Confirm that the
following parameters are set:
The Obtain an IP address automatically radio button is selected.
The Obtain DNS server address automatically radio button is selected.

Figure 2-2 Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Box
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7. Click OK button of the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window.
8. The Local Area Connection Properties window reappears. Click OK
button of the Local Area Connection Properties window.
9. The Network Connections window reappears. Close this window.

2.4 Recommended Browser Settings
Following is the recommended settings for the most popular browsers.
2.4.1 Internet Explorer 8
Tabbed browsing option is recommended.
1. Select Tools ->Internet Options ->General from the Tool Bar menu of
the Internet Explorer 8.
2. Click Settings button of Tabs.


Figure 2-3 Internet Options Box

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3. The Tabbed Browsing Setting Properties box appears. Select Always
open pop-ups in a new tab radio button, then click OK button.


Figure 2-4 Tabbed Browsing Setting Box

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Security Setting is recommended.
1. Select Tools ->Internet Options ->Security tab from the Tool Bar menu
of the Internet Explorer 8.
2. Click Custom levelbutton of Security level for this zone.


Figure 2-5 Internet Options Box

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3. The Security Settings Internet Zone box appears. Select Downloads
" Automatic prompting for file downloads" : Enable radio button, then
click OK button.


Figure 2-6 Security Settings Internet Zone Box
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2.4.2 Firefox 9
1. Select Tools ->Options from the Tool Bar menu of the Firefox.
2. The Options box appears. Select Always ask me where to save files
radio button, then click OK button.

Figure 2-7 Options Box

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3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
3.1 General
To provide reliable digital access links and fully exploit the potential of end-to-end
advanced networks, NEC has developed the iPASOLINK EX, a narrow band
point-to-point microwave relay system operating at radio frequency (RF) band of
71-86 GHz.
This system meets an increasing demand for digital transmission services and will
satisfy the needs for common carrier access links, private links, urban area networks,
rural area networks, temporary networks or emergency links for data and
transmission.
The iPASOLINK EX offers very high performance with large system flexibility,
easy to install, field proven reliability and cost effective but also robust and scalable
to accommodate future application and capacity needs.
The system is a single all outdoor unit that provides simultaneous connection of
native Ethernet.

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3.2 System Overview
- All-in-one type ODU including modem and Ethernet interfaces.
- Small and light weight equipment for easy handling and installation.


iPASOLINK EX and 0.3m dia. antenna iPASOLINK EX and 0.6m dia. antenna
Figure 3-1 iPASOLINK EX Outline















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3.3 Interfaces
3.3.1 Baseband Interface
The iPASOLINK EX has various interfaces specified by the ITU-T standard and
IEEE standard as listed below:
3.3.1.1. LAN Interface 2xGbE (SFP)
- Type: 1000Base-SX/LX (SFP)
- Number of Ports: 2
- VLAN: Port-based VLAN / Tag-based VLAN / Tunnel VLAN / IEEE 802.1ad
Provider Bridges
- QoS: 802.1p CoS / Diffserv
- QoS control: Deficit WRR or SP+Deficit WRR, /8 classes support
- Bandwidth management: Port and class shaper
- Protection: STP/RSTP/MSTP (802.1D/w/s)
3.3.1.2. LAN Interface 1xETH (RJ-45) with PoE (Power over Ethernet)
- PoE Input Voltage Range: 42.5 V to 57 V
- Type: 100Base-TX (auto or fixed) / RJ -45
1000BASE-T / RJ 45
- Number of Ports: 1
- VLAN: Port-based VLAN / Tag-based VLAN / Tunnel VLAN / IEEE 802.1ad
Provider Bridges
- QoS: 802.1p CoS / Diffserv
- QoS control: Deficit WRR or SP+Deficit WRR, 8 classes support
- Bandwidth management: Port and class shaper
- Protection: STP/RSTP/MSTP (802.1D/w/s)
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3.3.2 DCN Interface

DCN interface is for "LCT" or "NMS" selectable. You can configure setting using
Web browser.
Factory Default: LCT
- Type: 10/100Base-TX / RJ -45
- Number of Ports: 1
3.3.2.1 LCT Interface
The local craft terminal is a useful tool to the installation and maintenance.
iPASOLINK EX provides users GUI environment through WEB browser. Moreover,
this tool supports remote connection.
3.3.2.2 NMS Interface
This port is used to connect with the NMS server through the network.

3.3.3 Other Interfaces
3.3.3.1. Power supply

- Input Voltage Range: -48 VDC (-40.5 to -57 VDC)
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3.4 Specification
3.4.1 General

ITEM SPECIFICATION
FREQUENCY RANGE
Frequency Plan CEPT ECC 05/07, CFR47 Part 101 (FCC)
Band Limits 71~76 GHz / 81~86 GHz
Channel Spacing 250 MHz
T/R Spacing 10 GHz
DATA INTERFACES

Ethernet 1x GbE/ FE port (100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T)
2 x SFP ports (1000BASE-SX/LX)
ENVIRONMENTAL

Temperature, Operational 33C to +50C (-40C to +55C workable)
(ETSI EN300019-1-4 class 4.1)
Humidity, Operational 100% all-weather (IP66)
Transportation / Storage 40C to +70C (ETSI EN300019-1-2 class 2.3)/
40C to +70C (ETSI EN300019-1-1 class 1.2)
EMC EN301489-1, EN301489-4
CISPR Pub22 Class B
SAFETY EN60950, UL60950
EN62311
EN50371, EN62749
POWER REQUIREMENT

Input Voltage 48 VDC (40.5 V to 57 V) Conforms to EN300 132-2
PoE (42.5 V to 57 V)
Power Consumption 50 watts (typ.)
MECHANICAL

Dimensions (W x H x D) 285 x 285 x 92 mm
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ITEM SPECIFICATION
Without antenna and mount bracket
Weight Approx.6 kg except antenna and mount bracket

Antenna and mount bracket 0.3m dia. 7kg approx.
0.6m dia. 10kg approx.
3.4.2 System Performance
3.4.2.1. System parameters
Frequency Band (GHz) 71-86 Guaranteed
QPSK
18
16QAM
13
32QAM
12
Output Power (dBm nominal)

(Measured at Ant. port)
64QAM
11
Minimum Output Power (dBm)
-5
+ 2.0 dB
Power Control (1dB step) Output Power to Minimum Output Power + 1.0 dB
ATPC (1dB step) Output Power to Minimum Output Power -
Frequency Stability + 6 ppm + 10 ppm
Threshold Level (dBm measured at Ant. port) BER 10-6
QPSK
68
16QAM
62
32QAM
59
64QAM
56
BER 10-3 Above value -1.5dB
3.0 dB
System Gain (dB measured at Ant. port) BER 10-6
QPSK
86
16QAM
75
32QAM
71
64QAM
67
BER 10-3 Above value 1.5dB
- 5.0 dB

2.0,-3.0dB
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Frequency Band (GHz) 71-86 Guaranteed
MaximumInput Level -20dBmfor the BER less than 10
-3
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Residual BER Less than 10-12 at RSL =-30 to (Threshold Level(BER=10-6) +5) dBm -
* Maximum RSL level without damage:-10dBm
3.4.2.2. Antenna Menu for Direct Mount and Performance

0.3m diameter 0.6m diameter
Gain (Low band) 43 dBi 50 dBi
Gain (Middle band) 43.5 dBi 50.5 dBi
Gain (High band) 44 dBi 51 dBi
3 dB Beam width 0.9 degrees 0.5 degrees
Cross Pole Discrimination 25 dB 25 dB
Front-to-Back Ratio 61 dB 68 dB
Type Cassegrain Cassegrain

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3.4.2.3. ETH Function specification

NO Item Function outline
Switching Capacity 40Gbps (Non Blocking)
MAC Learning
Table
Independent VLAN Learning(VLAN +MAC),
Up to 8K (configurable)
VLAN
802.1Q Port based, Tag based, Tunnel,
802.1ad Port based, Tag based,,
MEF 9 Certified EPL, EVPL and ELAN services support with L2CP Tunneling function
J umbo Frame Support (Up to 9600 byte)
Ingress
QoS Class Classification: VLAN CoS/IPv4 DSCP/IPv6 DSCP/
ETH Port
- 8 Classes SP/D-WRR queues
- per-class rate configurable shaping
- per-class configurable maximum burst length
- shaping for strict priority queue
Hierarchical Shaping (Port and Class)
QoS
Egress
Weighted Tail Drop
ETH OAM 802.1ag Service OAM (CC/LB/LT)
Protection MSTP
SyncE G.8261, Ethernet Synchronization Message. Channel (ESMC)
1 ETH functions
Other Header Compression
3.4.2.4. Management Interface specification

NO Item Function outline
1 port, 10/100BASE-TX RJ 45
1 DCN(LCT/NMS) interface
SNMPv1/v2c/v3, http/https, ftp/sftp
DHCP server support (LCT Port Mode)
2 Inband interface SNMPv1/v2c/v3, http/https, ftp/sftp
3 User Authentication Radius, local
4 Loopback L2 Loop Back
5 Modem TX output Control Manual control, Automatic control (ATPC), Mute control
PMON Items;
a) OFS, b) BBE, c) ES, d) SES, e) SEP, f) UAS
Metering Items
a) Output power level (TX PWR), b) Received signal level (AGC V), c) Bit error rate (BER MON)
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Performance Monitoring
(PMON)/Metering
ETH monitoring Items;
a) RX Unicast, b) RX Broadcast, c) RX Multicast, d) RX Pause, e) RX CRC error

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4. NE SETUP
4.1 Login, Logout and Exit
4.1.1 Log In to NE
Users are registered by means of login names and their passwords. To protect the
network and network management system from unauthorized access or unauthorized
modifications, three levels with different privileges (refer to the table shown in
section 4.3.2 User Account Management) define users. The available functions to
operate depend on the users privilege level. Therefore, some of the functions may or
may not be carried out.
The highest or administrator level (Admin) has the full access to the network and
network management system.
Procedure 4-1
1. Power on the computer.
2. Log in to the Windows as Administrator.
3. Select Start -> Programs -> Internet Explorer from start menu. The
Internet Explorer window appears.
4. Enter an IP address of the NE adding /weblct/ in Address field as an example
shown below, and hit the Return key. TheWebLCT login window appears.
Example: http://172.17.254.253/weblct/

Figure 4-1 Internet Explorer Window
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5. Enter a user name and his/her password into User Name and Password fields,
then click OK button.

Figure 4-2 WebLCT Login Window
Following are the default user name and its password for iPASOLINK 400:
User Name : Admin
Password : 12345678
6. After user name and password are successfully entered, System Status box
appears.
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Figure 4-3 System Status Box
7. After the login completed, the System Status box automatically closed. Or
you may click OK button to close the box quickly.
8. The WebLCT main window appears.

Figure 4-4 WebLCT Main Window
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4.1.2 Log Out from NE
Procedure 4-2
1. Click Logout button in the upper right of the WebLCT main window. The
Confirmation dialog box appears.

Figure 4-5 WebLCT Main Window
2. Click OK button to log out.

Figure 4-6 Confirmation Dialog Box
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3. The WebLCT Login window appears again.

Figure 4-7 WebLCT Login Window
This step ends the procedure.

4.1.3 Exit WebLCT
Following are the methods to exit the WebLCT:
Select File (F) ->Close (X) from the Internet Explorer menu bar.
Click X button in the upper right of the Internet Explorer window.
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4.2 WebLCT Main Window
This section describes the contents and structure of the WebLCT main window.

Figure 4-8 WebLCT Main Window
(1) Login User Name
This field indicates a user name that is currently logged in.
(2) Refresh Button
Click Refresh button to manually update the current status displayed in the
WebLCT main window. Click to check Auto Mode check box to enable
refreshing the window automatically.
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(3) Equipment Status View
This field shows the current equipment status.
(4) Opposite Site Links
This drop-down list shows a list of NEs on the opposite sites. A user can select
an NE from the list to log in to.
(5) Maintenance Button
Click Maintenance button before starting any maintenance operation.
(6) Logout Button
Click Logout button to log out from NE.
(7) Alarm and Status View
Click a tab to select an event to show its logs.
(8) Menu Tree
This part shows the relevant configuration and provisioning menu of the
equipment by tree view.
Available operations via the WebLCT are listed below:
(a) Current Status
Current Status shows the equipment current status or event histories of
each part of an NE (Active Alarm, Event Log, Equipment, GbE).
(b) Equipment Setup
Select this menu to setup NE Name, Radio,AMR and network management
configuration,.
(c) Provisioning
Select this menu to configure the detailed settings of iPASOLINK EX.
(d) Maintenance Control
Select this menu to operate Protection Switch, Loopback, H/W_F/W Reset,
etc.
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(e) Maintenance Test
Maintenance Test measures the link quality of Ethernet traffic.
(f) PMON/RMON Report
Select this menu to browse reports of Current, History, PMON and RMON.
User can also export the data to external storage (Local PC). For more details,
refer to Maintenance Manual.
(g) Metering
Metering measures the real time TX power, RX level, Equipment power
supply and BER.
(h) Equipment Utility
Select this menu to upload and download equipment configuration data,
software, firmware and FPGA data.
(i) Inventory
Inventory retrieves the information regarding the equipment and software
license.
(j) S/W License Setup
Select this menu to import License key and modify License setting.

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4.3 User Management (Security Management)
The user management is a function to manage an authorized user to access to a
network system, and to prevent an unauthorized access.
Access Level
iPASOLINK provides three user access levels with different privilege as shown
in the table below. For details of each access level and its available operations,
refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels.
Table 4-1 Access Level
Access Level Description File Operation SNMP Operation
Operator View configuration and equipment status. Upload only Get
Config Beside the functions available by Operator level,
manage radio base band and switching function.
Upload/Download Get/Set
Admin Beside the functions available by Config level,
manage user accounts and time adjustments.
Upload/Download Get/Set
Note: For the terms, such as Upload and Download mentioned in the table
above, refer to the following description.
1. Upload is to copy a file from NE to external storage, such as WebLCT PC.
2. Download is to copy a file from external storage to the equipment internal
storage.
User Group
User Group configuration allows a user to manage the protocol type and access
level for each group.
A user of the specified user group in iPASOLINK will be assigned with
pre-defined protocol and access level of the group.
Beside the three default user groups, up to six user groups can be added. The
default user groups are shown below.
Note: Options of the default user groups cannot be changed.
Table 4-2 User Group Profile
Group Name Classification TELNET SSH FTP HTTP SNMP Access Level
OPERATOR Unchangeable Operator
CONFIG Unchangeable Config
ADMIN Unchangeable Admin

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4.3.1 User Access Levels
Following describes the details of each access level. Remote means that a user makes
an access to the equipment remotely.
R/W: User can browse and modify the setting.
R: User can only browse the setting
O: The functions are available when user accesses to the equipment remotely but
restricted by the assigned access level.
Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels
WebLCT Menu Admin Config Operator Remote
Equipment Setup
Equipment Configuration R/W R R O
Radio Configuration R/W R/W R O
AMR Configuration R/W R/W R O
General Setting R/W R R O
General Setting (Detail) R/W R R O
Routing Setting R/W R R O
IP Access Control Setting R/W R R O
Date / Time Setting R/W R R O
User Account / Security Setting R/W R R O
Network Management
Configuration
Security Management R/W R R O
Provisioning
MODEM Port Setting R/W R/W R O
TX Power Setting R/W R/W R O
MODEM Function
Setting
ALM Mode Setting R/W R/W R O
Bridge Setting R/W R/W R O
ETH Port Setting R/W R/W R O
VLAN Setting R/W R/W R O
FDB Setting R/W R/W R O
ETH OAM Setting R/W R/W R O
MSTP Setting R/W R/W R O
QoS/Classification Setting R/W R/W R O
Other ETH Port Setting R/W R/W R O
ETH Function Setting
LLF Setting R/W R/W R O
Equipment Clock /
Synchronization
Setting
Equipment Clock Setting R/W R/W R O
Alarm Setting Correlation Setting R/W R/W R O
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WebLCT Menu Admin Config Operator Remote
Alarm Severity Setting R/W R/W R O
BER Threshold Setting R/W R/W R
PMON Threshold Setting R/W R/W R O
PMON Other R/W R/W R O
RMON Threshold Setting R/W R/W R O
PMON/RMON
Threshold Setting
RMON Other R/W R/W R O
Maintenance Control
Loopback Control MODEM Loopback Control R/W R/W R O
MSTP Control R/W R/W R O Protection Control
Timing Source Switch Control R/W R/W R O
MODEM Maintenance Control R/W R/W R O:*
1

H/W Reset Control R/W O H/W_F/W Reset
Control
F/W Reset Control R/W O
PMON/RMON/FDB Clear R/W R O
Offline Maintenance Control R/W R
Maintenance Test ETH OAM LB/LT Control R/W R R O
PMON/RMON Report
MODEM PMON Report R R R O
ETH RMON Report R R R O
VLAN Counter Report R R R O
Metering
Current Metering R/W R/W R O
Equipment Utility
Log Clear Function R/W R/W O
Export(NE->Storage) Utility R/W R/W O
Update(Storage->NE) Utility R/W O
Program ROM Switching R/W O
Shipment R/W
Inventory
Equipment Inventory Information R R R R
S/W License Information R R R R
S/W License Information
Import License Key R/W O
4.3.2 Default User Account
iPASOLINK provides three default user accounts with the pre-defined access levels
and privileges. Up to nine user accounts can be added.
Following describes the details of the default user account.
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Table 4-4 Default User Account
User Name Default Password Description Default Group
User 87654321 User is able to confirm the system configuration and
equipment status, but is not able to make any changes
to the configuration.
OPERATOR
Config 87654321 Beside the functions available to User, Config user is
able to operate radio management, baseband
management, switching management for C-Plane
control.
CONFIG
Admin 12345678 Beside the functions available to Config user, Admin
user is able to operate database management, file
management, user management and time adjustment
for M-Plane control.
ADMIN

4.3.3 User Account
Following are User Management Functions available on iPASOLINK:
Login User List
Used to display the information of user accounts registered to iPASOLINK,
and to modify user profiles, such as passwords and User Group Profiles.
User Authentication Configuration
Used to register authentication method selects.
User Account Management
Used to register new user accounts, and to modify/delete registered user
accounts.
User Group Profile Configuration
Used to register new user groups, and to modify/delete registered user
groups.
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4.3.3.1 Login User List
This function allows users to confirm user accounts registered to iPASOLINK.
Procedure 4-3
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select Login User List from the User Account/Security Setting sub
menu.
4. The Login User List window appears.

Figure 4-9 Login User List Window
This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.3.2 User Account Management
This function allows to register new user accounts, and to modify/delete user
accounts registered to iPASOLINK.
Note: This function is available for the Admin access level user only.
Add User Account
This function is used to register a new user account to add.
Note: Up to nine user accounts can be added beside the three default user
accounts.

Modify User Account
This function is used to modify the information of registered user accounts
including his/her password and user group.
Delete User Account
This function is used to remove registered user accounts.
(1) Add User Account
Note: Security Level (Hash Algorithm / Priv (Privacy) Algorithm) is required to
be set when registering a new user account. The security level cannot
be modified after the registration of a user is completed.

Procedure 4-4
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security
Setting sub menu. The User Account Management window appears.
4. Click Add User button.
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Figure 4-10 User Account Management Window
5. The User Setting option box appears.
6. Enter the appropriate value to each parameter.

Figure 4-11 User Setting Option Box
Table 4-5 Add User Account
Parameter Value/Description
User Name 1 to 31 characters long.
Password 8 to 31 characters long.
Group ADMIN/CONFIG/OPERATOR or GROUP added. (For
more details, refer to 4.3.3.3 User Group Profile
Management)
Parameters for SNMPv3
Security Level
NoAuthNoPriv User login without authentication and encryption.
Add User button
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AuthNoPriv User login needs authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based)
but without encryption.
AuthPriv User login needs authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based)
and data are encrypted by DES or AES.
Auth Algorithm Select Authentication Algorithm between MD5 and SHA.
(For more details, refer to (b) For AhthNoPriv).
Auth Key Enter 8 to 16 digits of MD5 or SHA1 public key.
Priv Algorithm Select the encryption method, DES or AES. (For more
details, refer to (c) For AuthPriv)
Priv Key Enter 8 to 16 digits of DES or AES public key.
MD5 One of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital
signature. In order to detect the falsification of original
data during the data transmitting, the original data will be
converting the Hash by comparing them at both ends.
SHA One of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital
signature. In order to detect the falsification of original
data during the data transmitting, less than 2
64
bits of the
original data will be converting the Hash of 160 bits by
comparing it at both ends.
DES DES is 56 bits encryption key and encryption by 64 bit
block.
AES SPN structured block encryption, block length is 128 bits,
and the length of key is 128 / 192 / 256 bits.

7. Click Set Password in the User Setting option box. The Set Password
option box appears.
8. Enter the same passwords into New Password and Re-Enter fields, and then
click OK button.

Figure 4-12 Set Password Option Box
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9. The User Setting option box appears again. Click OK button to close the
option box.

Figure 4-13 User Setting Option Box
10. Select the Group Name.
11. Select the Security Level.
12. Select the Auth Algorithm
13. Select the Priv Algorithm.
14. Click Set Auth Key in the User Setting option box. The Set Auth Key
option box appears.
15. Enter the same passwords into New Password and Re-Enter fields, and then
click OK button.

Figure 4-14 Set Auth Key Option Box
16. Click Set Priv Key in the User Setting option box. The Set Priv Key option
box appears.
17. Enter the same passwords into New Password and Re-Enter fields, and then
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click OK button.

Figure 4-15 Set Priv Key Option Box

Figure 4-16 User Setting Box
18. Click OK button when completed. The Information dialog box appears.
19. Click OK button. The User Account Management window appears again.

Figure 4-17 Information Dialog Box
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20. Confirm the displayed user account information.

Figure 4-18 User Account Management Window
This step ends the procedure.
(2) Modify User Account
Procedure 4-5
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security
Setting sub menu. The User Account Management window appears.
4. Click on a target user name. The User Setting option box appears.

Figure 4-19 User Account Management Window
5. Modify values:
Select a user group from Group Name drop-down list to change his/her
user group.
Click Set Password button on the User Setting box menu bar to change
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the current password. Set Password option box appears.

Figure 4-20 User Setting Option Box
Enter a new password into each New Password and Re-Enter field on the
Set Password option box.

Figure 4-21 Set Password Option Box
Click OK button. The User Setting option box appears again.
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6. Click OK button when completed. The Information dialog box appears.

Figure 4-22 User Setting Option Box
7. Click OK button. The User Account Management window appears again.

Figure 4-23 Information Dialog Box
8. Confirm the information for the modified user account.

Figure 4-24 User Account Management Window
This step ends the procedure.

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(3) Delete User Account
Procedure 4-6
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security
Setting sub menu.
4. Click Delete User button on the User Account Management window. The
User Setting option box appears.


Figure 4-25 User Account Management Window
5. From drop-down list, select a user account to be removed, and click OK button.
The Confirmation dialog box appears.

Figure 4-26 User Setting Option Box
6. Confirm the user name to be removed, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-27 Confirmation Dialog Box
Delete User button
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7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button. The User Account
Management window appears again.

Figure 4-28 Information Dialog Box
8. Confirm that the selected user account is removed.

Figure 4-29 User Account Management Window
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.3.3 User Group Profile Configuration
This operation registers and modifies user group profiles.
The privilege of iPASOLINK user is subject to change according to the user access
level and protocols that are assigned by the User Group Profile. Only Admin level
user is available to configure the settings.
Add User Group Profile
This operation registers a new User Group Profile adding to the default User
Group Profile.
Note: Up to six User Group Profiles can be registered beside the three default
User Group Profiles.
Modify User Group Profile
This operation modifies a registered User Group Profile (Access Level and
Protocol).
Delete User Group Profile
This operation deletes a registered User Group Profile.
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(1) Add User Group
Procedure 4-7
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Group Profile Configuration from the User Account /
Security Setting sub menu. The User Group Profile Configuration
window appears.
4. Click Add Group on the menu bar of the User Group Profile
Configuration window. The Group Setting option box appears.


Figure 4-30 User Group Profile Configuration Window
5. Specify the appropriate value to each parameter, and click OK button. The
Information dialog box appears.

Figure 4-31 Group Setting Option Box
Add Group button
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Table 4-6 User Group Profile Configuration
Parameter Description
Group Name 1 to 32 characters long.
FTP Allow or Deny using FTP Protocol to transmit Files.
SFTP Allow or Deny using SFTP Protocol to transmit Files.
HTTP Allow or Deny using HTTP Protocol for WebLCT to access equipment.
HTTPS Allow or Deny using HTTPS Protocol for WebLCT to access equipment.
SNMP Allow or Deny using SNMP Protocol to access to network equipment.
Access Level Specify the user access level (Admin/Config/Operator)
(For more details, refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels)

6. Click OK button. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears
again.

Figure 4-32 Information Dialog Box
7. Confirm that the information of newly added user group profile is displayed.

Figure 4-33 User Group Profile Configuration Window
This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify User Group
Procedure 4-8
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Group Profile Configuration from the submenu. The User
Group Profile Configuration window appears.
4. Click on a desired group name. The Group Setting option box appears.

Figure 4-34 User Group Profile Configuration Window
5. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-35 Group Setting Option Box
Click either Allow or Deny radio button to select a protocol.
Select the appropriate level from Access Level drop-down list to change
the access level of the user group.
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6. Click OK button when completed. The Information box appears.
7. Click OK button. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears
again.

Figure 4-36 Information Dialog Box
8. Confirm the user group profile information displayed.

Figure 4-37 User Group Profile Configuration Window
This step ends the procedure.

(3) Delete User Group
Note: A user group can be deleted only when the user group has no assigned
user.
Procedure 4-9
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select User Group Profile Configuration from the submenu. The User
Group Profile Configuration window appears.
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4. Click Delete Group button. The Group Setting option box appears.


Figure 4-38 User Group Profile Configuration Window
5. Select a target group profile name from the drop-down list, and click OK button.
The Confirmation box appears.

Figure 4-39 Group Setting Option Box
6. Confirm the User Group name to be deleted, and then click OK button. The
Information box appears.

Figure 4-40 Confirmation Dialog Box
7. Click OK button. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears
again.

Figure 4-41 Information Dialog Box
Delete Group button
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8. Confirm the displayed User Group Profile information.

Figure 4-42 User Group Profile Configuration Window
This step ends the procedure.
4.3.4 Security Management
iPASOLINK supports the following protocol and security management functions.
(1) SNMPv1 (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 1)
SNMPv1 is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network,
which is specified by the following RFCs:
Table 4-7 RFC Standards
RFC No. Title
RFC 1155 Structure and Identification of Management Information on
TCP/IP-based Internets (SMIv1)
RFC 1157 A Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 1213 Management Information Base on Network Management of
TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II

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

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

(2) SNMPv2c (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 2c)
SNMPv2c is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network,
and is a revised version of SNMPv1. The differences between v1 and v2c are
that the GetBulk, the inform request, unified packet format of each PDU are
added, conforming to SMIv2 and following RFCs:
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Table 4-9 RFC Standards
RFC No. Title
SNMPv2c
RFC 1901 Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2
RFC 3416 Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3417 Transport Mappings for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3418 Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3584 Coexistence between Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 of the
Internet-standard Network Management Framework
SMIv2
RFC 2578 Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2)
RFC 2579 Textual Conventions for SMIv2
RFC 2580 Conformance Statements for SMIv2

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

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

(3) SNMPv3 (Simple Network Management Protocol: Version 3)
SNMPv3 is a communication protocol to monitor/control NEs on an IP network,
and is the newest version of SNMP. The differences between SNMPv1/v2c and
v3 are that the user authentication, ciphered communication, and the
change-packet format are enhanced, conforming to the following RFCs for
SMIv2 that define SNMPv3, SNMPv2c:
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Table 4-11 RFC Standards
RFC No. Title
SNMPv3
RFC 3411 An Architecture for Describing Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP) Management Frameworks
RFC 3412 Message Processing and Dispatching for the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3413 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Applications
RFC 3414 User-based Security Model (USM) for version 3 of the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMPv3)
RFC 3415 View-based Access Control Model (VACM) for the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3416 Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3417 Trans port Mappings for the Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3418 Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 3584 Coexistence between Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 of the
Internet-standard Network Management Framework
SMIv2
RFC 2578 Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2)
RFC 2579 Textual Conventions for SMIv2
RFC 2580 Conformance Statements for SMIv2


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iPASOLINK provides SNMPv3 to support the following function:
- GET/SET of MIB
Response the request of PDU (Protocol Data Unit) that correspond by SNMPv3
Table 4-12 PDU Supported by SNMPv3
Item Description
GetRequest Required the specified instance value
GetNextRequest Required the subsequent instance value of specified instance value
in the list.
Response Response to the corresponding various kinds of Request.
SetRequest Setting the specified instance value.
SNMPv2-Trap Inform the change of state and troubles.
GetBulkRequest Required a number of instance value.
InformRequest Inform the event.
Report Return the packet if the reportableFlag is set to ON .

- Send Trap
iPASOLINK can send SNMPv2-Trap and InformRequest initiatively to UDP
Port 162.
IP address of SNMP entity, security level, and user name are required to set the
Trap.
Authentic method and authentic password are required when the security level is
authNoPriv or authPriv.
Encryption algorithm and encrypted password are required when the security
level is authPriv.

- Security (user authentication, session management and encryption)
SNMPv3 PDU is not authenticated by the community name as v1, v2c., but by
the user name, which requires the user registrations beforehand.
User authentication is carried out when the security level of the sent SNMP
request is authNoPriv or authPriv. The cryptographic hash function of the
password is selectable between MD5 and SHA.
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Ciphered communication is enabled by the user authentication when the security
level of the sent SNMP request is authPriv. The cipher algorithm is selectable
between DES and AES. For the ciphered communication, a password must be set
when registering users.
User can also specify an SNMP Engine ID for each NE, which should be 16-byte
long and unique within the network.

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

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

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- As NTP Server
When the unicast mode is selected on the NTP Server, Server will respond the
current time information to the Client.
When the multicast mode is selected, the Server will broadcast the current time
information of its own periodically.

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

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

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

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


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4.3.4.1 Service Status Setting
Service Status Setting displays the status of service and protocol:
Procedure 4-10
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting fromthe Security Management sub menu.
The Service Status Setting window appears.
4. Confirm the status of each Service.
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Figure 4-43 Service Status Setting Window
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Figure 4-44 Service Status Window
Table 4-16 Service Status Indications
Status Description
Running Protocol or service is enabled
Stopped Protocol or service is disabled
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.2 SNMP
Procedure 4-11
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
The Service Status Setting window appears.
4. Click SNMP. The SNMP Setting option box appears.
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Figure 4-45 Service Status Setting Window
5. Specify an appropriate value to each parameter:

Figure 4-46 SNMP Setting Option Box
Table 4-17 SNMP Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Enable Enables SNMPv1/v2c (running) SNMPv1/
SNMPv2c Disable Disables SNMPv1/v2c (stopped)
Enable Enables SNMPv3 (running) SNMPv3
Disable Disables SNMPv3 (stopped)
UDP Port
161
Range: 1 to 65535
Assigns the UDP Port number. The
default port is 161.
Caution
You must reboot the CPU in order to apply the values properly after changing
the UDP port number.
6. Click OK button when completed. The Information dialog box appears.
7. Click OK button. The Service Status Setting window appears again.
Click SNMP.
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Figure 4-47 Information Dialog Box
8. Confirm the displayed SNMP information.

Figure 4-48 Service Status Setting Window (1/2)

Figure 4-49 Service Status Setting Window (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.3 SNMP Community
This operation registers, modifies, or deletes the SNMP Manager information. Only
the registered SNMP managers have the right to access to the equipment. Up to ten
servers can be registered.
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(1) Registration of SNMP Community
Procedure 4-12
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management fromthe Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click SNMP Community No.
of the SNMP Community field.


Figure 4-50 Service Status Setting Window
5. The SNMP Community option box appears. Specify the appropriate value to
each parameter.

Figure 4-51 SNMP Community Option Box
Click SNMP Community No.
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Table 4-18 SNMP Community Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Community Name 1 to 31 characters Specify an SNMP Community Name. Any request with a
different Community Name will be rejected.
Access Level (Admin/Config/Operator) Specify a user access level. (For details, refer to Table 4-3
User Access Privilege Levels.)
Source IP
Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Specify the valid IP address or network address of the SNMP
manager(s).
Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Specify a Subnet Mask of SNMP manager(s)
6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-52 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the newly
added SNMP community information is displayed.

Figure 4-53 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify SNMP Community
Procedure 4-13
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click Community No. of
SNMP Community field.

Figure 4-54 Service Status Setting Window
5. The SNMP Community option box appears. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-55 SNMP Community Option Box
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Table 4-19 SNMP Community Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Community Name 1 to 31 characters Specify an SNMP Community name. Any request
with a different community name will be rejected.
Access Level (Admin/Config/Operator) Specify a user access level. (For more details,
refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels.)
Access Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Specify the valid IP address or network address of
the SNMP manager(s).
Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Subnet Mask of management server(s)

6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-56 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the modified
SNMP Community information is displayed.

Figure 4-57 Service Status Setting Window
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This step ends the procedure.

(3) Delete SNMP Community
Procedure 4-14
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. Click Delete SNMP Community on the top of the Service Status Setting
window.


Figure 4-58 Service Status Setting Window
5. The Delete SNMP Community option box appears. Select an SNMP
Community No. from the drop-down list, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-59 Delete SNMP Community Option Box
Delete SNMP Community button
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6. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-60 Confirmation Dialog Box
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-61 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the selected
SNMP Community information is removed.

Figure 4-62 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.4 SNMP Trap Entry
This operation configures the SNMP Trap:
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(1) SNMP Trap Entry
Procedure 4-15
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click SNMP Trap Entry No.
of the SNMP Trap Entry field.


Figure 4-63 Service Status Setting Window
5. The SNMP Trap Entry box appears. Specify a proper value for each parameter.
(a) SNMPv1

Figure 4-64 SNMPv1 Trap Entry Option Box
SNMP Trap Entry No.
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(b) SNMPv2c

Figure 4-65 SNMPv2c Trap Entry Option Box
(c) SNMPv3 (PDU Type: Trap)

Figure 4-66 SNMPv3 (Trap) Entry Option Box
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(d) SNMPv3 (PDU Type: Inform)

Figure 4-67 SNMPv3 (Inform) Entry Option Box

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Table 4-20 SNMP Trap Entry Parameters
Parameter Value Description
SNMP Version v1/ v2c / v3 Set SNMP version for trap.
PDU Type Trap / Inform Set PDU Type for trap. SNMP Inform PDU is available for
SNMPv2 and SNMPv3 only.
IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the destination IP address of trap
UDP Port 162
(Range: 1 - 65535)
Set UDP Port of trap
CommunityName 1 to 31 characters Set communication name of the trap. This must match on both
SNMP server and agent.
NoAuthNoPriv User login without authentication and encryption.
AuthNoPriv User login needs authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) without
encrypted.
Security Level
AuthPriv User login needs authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) and
the data is encrypted by DES or AES.
SNMP Engine ID
10 to 64
numeric characters
SNMPv3 local engine id
MD5 One of the Auth Algorithms for authentication and digital
signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data
during data transmitting, the original data will be converting
the auth by comparing it at both ends. .
Auth Algorithm
SHA One of the Auth Algorithms for authentication and digital
signature. In order to detect the falsification of original data
during the data transmitting, less than 2
64
bits of original data
will be converting the auth of 160 bits by comparing it at both
ends.
Auth Key 8 to 16 Enter 8 to 16 digits Public key of MD5 or SHA1
DES The DES function uses the encryption by 64 bit-log and uses
56 bits encryption of key
Priv Algorithm
ASE The encryption of SPN structure, use 128 bit- long length and
the 128/192/256 bits of key length
Priv Key 8 to 16 Enter 8 to 16 digits key of DES or AES
Note: User needs set Security Level and SNMP Engine ID only if the settings are
SNMPv3(inform)
6. Click OK button when completed.
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7. TheInformation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-68 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the newly
added SNMP trap entry information is displayed.

Figure 4-69 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

(2) Modify SNMP Trap Entry
Procedure 4-16
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click SNMP Trap Entry No.
of the SNMP Trap Entry field.
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Figure 4-70 Service Status Setting Window
5. The SNMP Trap Entry option box appears. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-71 SNMP Trap Entry Option Box
6. Click OK button when completed.
SNMP Trap Entry No.
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7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-72 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Settings window appears again. Confirm that the
modified SNMP trap entry information is displayed.

Figure 4-73 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

(3) Delete SNMP Trap Entry
Procedure 4-17
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
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4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click Delete SNMP Trap
Entry.


Figure 4-74 Service Status Setting Window
5. The Delete SNMP Trap Entry option box appears. From the drop-down list,
select the target SNMP Trap Entry No. to be removed, and then click OK
button.

Figure 4-75 Delete SNMP Trap Entry Option Box
6. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-76 Confirmation Dialog Box
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-77 Information Dialog Box
Delete SNMP Trap Entry button
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8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the selected
SNMP Trap Entry information is removed from the display.

Figure 4-78 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.5 NTP
Procedure 4-18
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting fromthe Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click NTP.


Figure 4-79 Service Status Setting Window
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5. The NTP Setting option box appears. Assign the appropriate value to each
parameter.

Figure 4-80 NTP Setting Option Box
Table 4-21 NTP Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
NTP Disable
Enable
Enable NTP protocol on the equipment
NTP Server Mode Unicast
Multicast
Disabled
Specify NTP Server mode
NTP Client Mode Unicast
Multicast
Disabled
Specify NTP Client mode
Stratum Range: 2 to 15 Set Stratum level of the NTP Time packets, It
should be received lowest Stratum in NTP PDU
plus 1.
Multicast Port Select the port to send out Multicast time
information.
Multicast Interval Range: 16 to 131072s Select Multicast Interval

Note for NTP Client Mode: Only the bridge 1 can receive NTP multicast message and
synchronize to NTP multicast server
6. Click OK button when completed.
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7. TheInformation dialog box appears, then click OK button.

Figure 4-81 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
NTP configuration.

Figure 4-82 Service Status Setting Window (1/2)

Figure 4-83 Service Status Setting Window (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.6 NTP Server Address
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This operation allows a user to register/modify/delete the NTP Server and its
information.
(1) Registration NTP Server Address
Procedure 4-19
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting fromthe Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click NTP Server No. of the
NTP Server Address field.


Figure 4-84 Service Status Setting Window
5. The NTP Server Address Setting option box appears. Assign the appropriate
value to each parameter.

Figure 4-85 NTP Server Address Setting Option Box
NTP Server Address No.
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Table 4-22 NTP Server Address Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
IP Address x.x.x.x Set IP address of the upper NTP Server.
NTP Version 3 or 4 Specify the NTP message version
Poll Time 64 Sec
(Range: 64 to 131072
64x2^n)
Set the interval of polling NTP server.
Default is 64 sec.

6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-86 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears. Confirm that the newly added
NTP Server Address information is displayed.

Figure 4-87 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Modify NTP Server Address
Procedure 4-20
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. Service Status Setting window appears. Click the NTP Server No. of the
NTP Server Address field.


Figure 4-88 Service Status Setting Window
5. The NTP Server Address Setting option box appears. Modify parameters:

Figure 4-89 NTP Server Address Setting Option Box
6. Click OK button when completed.
NTP Server Address No.
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7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-90 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the modified
NTP Server Address information is displayed.

Figure 4-91 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

(3) Clear NTP Server Address
Procedure 4-21
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click Clear NTP Server
button.
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Figure 4-92 Service Status Setting Window
5. The Clear NTP Server option box appears. From No. drop-down list, select
the number of target NTP Server Address, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-93 Clear NTP Server Option Box
6. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-94 Confirmation Dialog Box
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-95 Information Dialog Box
Clear NTP Server button
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8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm that the selected
NTP Server Address information is cleared.

Figure 4-96 Service Status Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.7 FTP
Procedure 4-22
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the User Network Management
Setting sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click FTP.


Figure 4-97 Service Status Setting Window
5. The FTP Setting option box appears. Assign an appropriate value to each
Click FTP.
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parameter.

Figure 4-98 FTP Setting Option Box
Table 4-23 FTP Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Always Enable FTP is always in service
Enable Enable on demand FTP service open and close, useful for
work with PNMSj
FTP
Disable Disable on demand FTP service open and close, useful for
work with PNMSj
TCP Port
(Command)
21
(Range: 1 to 65535)
Set the TCP Port of FTP Server (for received command).
Default value is 21.
TCP Port (Data) 20
(Range: 1 to 65535)
Set the TCP Port of FTP Server (For data transmit). Default
value is 20.
MAX Session 3
(Range: 1 to 3)
Maximum user connection at same time.
Enable Enable FTP Server to disconnect a session automatically if a
session has no operation for 90 seconds.
Auto Stop
Disable Disable FTP Server to disconnect a session automatically if a
session has no operation.

Note: Following setting is recommended for control with PNMSj
FTP: Service Enable
TCP Port (Command) : 21
TCP Port (Data) : 20
MAX Session : 1
Auto Stop : Enable
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6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-99 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
FTP information.

Figure 4-100 Service Status Setting Window (1/2)

Figure 4-101 Service Status Setting Window (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.

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4.3.4.8 SFTP
Procedure 4-23
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click SFTP.


Figure 4-102 Service Status Setting Window (SFTP)
5. SFTP Setting option box appears. Assign an appropriate value to each
parameter.

Figure 4-103 SFTP Setting Option Box
Click SFTP.
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Table 4-24 SFTP Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Disable Disable SFTP service
Enable Enable SFTP service
SFTP
Always Enable SFTP is always in service
Enable Enable SFTP Server to disconnect a session automatically if
a session has no operation for 90 seconds.
Auto Disable
Disable Disable SFTP Server to disconnect a session automatically
if a session has no operation.

6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-104 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
SFTP information.

Figure 4-105 Service Status Setting Window (SFTP) (1/2)
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Figure 4-106 Service Status Setting Window (SFTP) (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.

4.3.4.9 HTTP
Procedure 4-24
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.
4. TheService Status Setting window appears. Click HTTP.


Figure 4-107 Service Status Setting Window

5. The HTTP / HTTPS Setting option box appears. Assign an appropriate value
Click HTTP.
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to each parameter.

Figure 4-108 HTTP / HTTPS Setting Option Box
Table 4-25 HTTP Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Enable (Running) Enable HTTP service HTTP
Disable (Stopped) Disable HTTP service
TCP Port (upper) 80
(Range: 1 to 65535)
Set the port number of HTTP server.
Default is 80.
HTTPS
TCP Port (lower)
See the table for HTTPS Setting Parameters.

6. Click OK button when completed.
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-109 Information Dialog Box
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8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
HTTP information.

Figure 4-110 Service Status Setting Window (1/2)

Figure 4-111 Service Status Setting Window (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.
4.3.4.10 HTTPS
Procedure 4-25
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Security Management from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. Select Service Status Setting from the Security Management sub menu.



4. The Service Status Setting window appears. Click HTTPS.
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Figure 4-112 Service Status Setting Window (HTTPS)
5. HTTP / HTTPS Setting box appears. Assign an appropriate value to each
parameter.

Figure 4-113 HTTP / HTTPS Setting Window
Table 4-26 HTTPS Setting Parameters
Parameter Value Description
HTTP
TCP Port (upper)
See the table for HTTP Setting Parameters.
Enable (Running) Enable HTTPS service HTTPS
Disable (Stopped) Disable HTTPS service
TCP Port (lower) 443
(Range: 1 to 65535)
Set the port number of HTTPS server.
Default is 443.

6. Click OK button when completed.




7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button
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Figure 4-114 Information Dialog Box
8. The Service Status Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
HTTPS information.

Figure 4-115 Service Status Setting Window (HTTPS) (1/2)


Figure 4-116 Service Status Setting Window (HTTPS) (2/2)
This step ends the procedure.

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4.4 Register NE Configuration
4.4.1 Equipment Setup
The Equipment Setup provides more detailed settings than those done by the Easy
Setup Wizard. Some parameters are included in the Easy Setup Wizard.

Equipment / Radio Configuration
Setting for NE Name, Switch Group (System structure)
AMR Configuration
Setting for the mode type and range for AMR
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4.4.1.1 Equipment / Radio Configuration
Procedure 4-26
1. Expand Equipment Setup from the WebLCT menu.
2. Select Equipment / Radio Configuration from the Equipment Setup sub
menu.
3. The Equipment / Radio Configuration window appears. Click Setup
button.


Figure 4-117 Equipment / Radio Configuration Window
4. The Step1 window appears. Enter an Equipment Name, and then click Next
button.
Setup button
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Figure 4-118 Step1 Window
Notes: The display on the left shows the current setup, while that on the
right is for a user to edit the configuration.

Table 4-27 Equipment Configuration Step 1 Parameter
Parameter Value Description
NE Name
Equipment Name 1 to 32 characters
Radio Configuration
Channel Spacing 250[MHz] Specify the radio channel spacing *
Reference Modulation QPSK / 16/ 32/ 64[QAM] Specify the reference modulation from
the list *
ETH Bandwidth [Mbps] Read only, the value is automatically
calculated.
Next
button
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TX RF Frequency [MHz] Setup transmit RF Frequency
RX RF Frequency [MHz] Setup receive RF Frequency
Frame ID 1 to 32 Setup Frame ID
TX Power Control MTPC/ ATPC Set transmit power control mode.

5. The Step2 window appears. Confirm that the fields of setup parameters change
to blue, then click OK button.

Figure 4-119 Step2 Window
6. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-120 Information Dialog Box
7. The Equipment Configuration window appears again. Confirm the displayed
Equipment Configuration.
OK
button
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Figure 4-121 Equipment / Radio Configuration Window
8. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button to change AMR
Configuration.

Figure 4-122 Confirmation Dialog Box
This step ends the procedure.

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4.4.1.2 AMR Configuration
Procedure 4-27
1. Expand Equipment Setup from the WebLCT menu.
2. Select AMR Configuration from the Equipment Setup sub menu.
3. The AMR Configuration window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-123 AMR Configuration Window
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4. The Step1 window appears. Specify parameters in the New Setting options:
Click AMR Mode radio button to enable this option.
Select other modulations to be used during AMR operation by clicking its/their
Used radio button(s).

Figure 4-124 Step1 Window
Table 4-28 AMR Configuration
Parameter Value Description
AMR Mode Enable AMR (Adaptive Modulation Radio) function. AMR
Operation
Non Operation Disable AMR function
QPSK Data transmission for 1 time is 4 values(2 bits)
16 QAM Data transmission for 1 time is 16 values(4 bits)
32 QAM Data transmission for 1 time is 32 values(5 bits)
AMR Range

64 QAM Data transmission for 1 time is 64 values(6 bits)
Note: A modulation highlighted by light green is the reference modulation, which
is specified by the Radio Configuration.
5. Click Next button when completed.
6. The Step2 window appears. Confirm that the fields of modified parameters
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change to blue, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-125 Step3 Window
7. The Warning dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-126 Warning Dialog Box
8. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-127 Information Dialog Box
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9. The AMR Configuration window appears. Confirm that all parameters are set.

Figure 4-128 AMR Configuration Window
This step ends the procedure.

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

(1) General Setting
Procedure 4-28
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Select General Setting from the Network Management Setting sub menu.
3. The General Setting window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-129 General Setting Window
4. The General Setting option box appears. Specify parameters:

Figure 4-130 General Setting Option Box
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Table 4-29 General Setting
Parameter Value Description
IP Address Setting (Bridge1)
IP Address x.x.x.x Enter IP Address of NMS port
Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Enter Subnet Mask of NMS port
Default Gateway x.x.x.x Enter Default Gateway IP address
NMS Port Setting
Yes Use NMS port Connect NMS Port to NMS
No Not to use MNS port

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

Figure 4-131 Information Dialog Box
7. The General Setting window appears again. Confirm that all the parameters
are set.

Figure 4-132 General Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.
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(2) General Setting (Details)
Procedure 4-29
1. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
2. Select General Setting (Detail) from the Network Management Setting
sub menu.
3. The General Setting (Detail) window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-133 General Setting (Detail) Window
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4. The General Setting (Detail) option box appears. Assign an appropriate value
to each parameter.

Figure 4-134 General Setting (Detail) Option Box
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Table 4-30 Inband Management VLAN / Ethernet Port Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Inband Management VLAN Setting (Inband Management 1-16)
Used Use/ Not use Inband Management VLAN Management VLAN
Usage
Not Used
VLAN ID 1 to 4094 VLAN ID of the Inband Management VLAN
(Default values are set to each VLAN, overwrite default
values)
CoS 0 to 7 Give a priority to L2 frames in the 802.1q VLAN tag
sent from the iPASOLINK EX internal CPU.
Ethernet Port Setting
LCT Use as LCT Port Port Mode
NMS Use as NMS Port
Used Use Ethernet port Usage
Not Used Not to use Ethernet port
Enabled Enable the Auto Negotiation of Ethernet Port Auto Negotiation
Disabled Disable the Auto Negotiation of Ethernet port
LLDP Setting
TX Interval 5 to 32767 Interval time of LLDP sending.
TX Hold 2 to 10 TX Hold value.
TTL = TX Interval * TX Hold +1
Used Enable/Disable search of the network access
machinery using Ethernet connect, and enable/disable
traffic control function using Radio Bandwidth
information (in the LLDP field).
Auto Discovery LLDP
Usage
Not Used
Standard Enable working with standard LLDP MAC LLDP Mode
Proprietary MAC Enable working with NEC Proprietary LLDP MAC. This
setting is useful when other layer 2 switch that
discards standard LLDP frames, and connects two
iPASOLINK management port.
Enabled Radio Bandwidth
Advertisement
(TX Advertisement)
Disabled
Enable/Disable insert Radio Bandwidth information
into the LLDP frame.
Enabled Radio Bandwidth
Advertisement
(RX Advertisement)
Disabled
Enable/Disable insert received Radio Bandwidth
information into the sending LLDP frame.
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Bridge Number Select the Bridge Number
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Parameter Value Description
Default Gateway x.x.x.x Input the Default Gateway
Bridge IP Address x.x.x.x Input IP Address of Inband Management VLAN
Assign an IP address for each item so as to configure
a different sub network. Note 1.
Bridge Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Input Subnet Mask of Inband Management VLAN
Table 4-48 Inband Management VLAN/Ethernet Port Parameter (2/2)
Item Parameter Description
M-Plane Bandwidth Limitation
Bandwidth Limitation Enable
Disable
Total bandwidth of frames transmitted from CPU
to radio ports. Note 1
Bandwidth [kbps] 500 - 10000
M-Plane Priority
CoS 5 to 7 Priority of transmit frame (Default: 7)
Note 3, Note 4
NMS Port Setting
Yes Use / Not use NMS Port Connect NMS Port
to NMS No
LCT Port Setting
Any Connection from Local/Remote to LCT Port Restrict LCT
Connection Only to Local NE only connection from Local to LCT Port

Notes:
1. When this function is enabled, bandwidth of traffic from CPU is reserved.
2. Even as the ETH side is 4-Class mode, the M-Plane Mode can be selected
from 5 to 7.
4-Class: M-Plane (7, 6) > User (3), M-Plane (5) > User (2)
3. In the case the radio transmission band is occupied by delay sensitive user
traffic, such as PWE, decrease the M-Plane Priority even if the Bandwidth
Limitation is disabled.

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5. Click the items on the NE Branch Setting field. The Bridge No. Setting box
appears. Select the bridge No. from the drop- down list and then click OK
button.

Figure 4-135 Bridge No. Setting Box
6. The General Setting (Detail) option box appears again. In the NE Branch
Setting options, click a number under the Bridge No.

Figure 4-136 General Setting (Detail) Option Box
Item
Bridge
No.
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7. The IP Address Setting box appears. Input the IP address and the subnet mask,
and then click OK button.

Figure 4-137 General IP Address Setting Box
8. The General Setting (Detail) option box appears again.
9. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.
10. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-138 Information Dialog Box
11. The General Setting (Detail) window appears again. Confirm that all the
parameters are set.
This step ends the procedure.

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Note: When the NE is configured as the Root NE for the
PNMSj, set the bridge No. of the modem towards
downstream to 1 , and set the bridge No. except 1
towards upstream interface (ex: NMS port).
Bridge 2
Secondary IP
Root NE
Modem 1
Bridge 1
Primary IP
PNMSj
NMS


(3) Routing Setting
This operation specifies the static route for the particular network or IP address.
(a) Add Routing Setting
Procedure 4-30
1. Click the Maintenance button on top of the LCT window to put the system into
the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select Routing Setting from the Network Management Setting sub
menu.
4. The Routing Setting window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-139 Routing Setting Window
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5. The Routing Setting option box appears. Click Add button.

Figure 4-140 Routing Setting Option Box







6. The Routing Setting (Add) option box appears. Enter the IP Address, Subnet
Mask address, and Gateway address, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-141 Routing Setting (Add) Option Box
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7. The Routing Setting option box appears again. Confirm that the newly added
route information is displayed.

Figure 4-142 Routing Setting Option Box
8. Click OK button when completed.
9. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-143 Confirmation Dialog Box
10. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-144 Information Dialog Box
11. The Routing Setting window appears again. Confirm that the newly added
route information displayed.
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Figure 4-145 Routing Setting Window
12. When Routing Setting is completed, click Maintenance button on top of the
WebLCT window to exit from the maintenance mode.
13. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.
This step ends the procedure.

(a) Modify Routing Setting
Procedure 4-31
1. Click the Maintenance button on top of the LCT window to put the system into
the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select Routing Setting from the Network Management Setting sub menu.
4. The Routing Setting window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-146 Routing Setting Window
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5. The Routing Setting option box appears. Click an IP Address to be modified.

Figure 4-147 Routing Setting Option Box
6. The Routing Setting (Modify) option box appears. Modify the IP Address,
subnet mask and gateway, then click OK button.

Figure 4-148 Routing Setting (Modify) Option Box
7. The Routing Setting option box appears again. Confirm the modified route
information.
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Figure 4-149 Routing Setting Option Box
8. Click OK button when completed.
9. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-150 Confirmation Dialog Box
10. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-151 Information Dialog Box
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11. The Routing Setting window appears again. Confirm the display for the
modified route information.

Figure 4-152 Routing Setting Window
12. When Routing Setting is completed, click Maintenance button on top of the
WebLCT window to exit from the maintenance mode.
13. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.
This step ends the procedure.

(b) Delete Routing Setting
Procedure 4-32
1. Click the Maintenance button on top of the LCT window to put the system into
the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select Routing Setting from the Network Management Setting sub menu.
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4. The Routing Setting window appears. Click Setup button.

Figure 4-153 Routing Setting Window
5. The Routing Setting option box appears. Click Delete button.

Figure 4-154 Routing Setting Option Box
6. The Routing Setting (Delete) option box appears. Enter the target network
address into the field, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-155 Routing Setting (Delete) Option Box
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7. The Routing Setting option box appears again. Confirm that the selected
network has been removed, then click OK button.

Figure 4-156 Routing Setting Option Box
8. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-157 Confirmation Dialog Box
9. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-158 Information Dialog Box
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10. The Routing Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed route
information.

Figure 4-159 Routing Setting Window
11. When Routing Setting is completed, click Maintenance button on top of the
WebLCT window to exit from the maintenance mode.
12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.
This step ends the procedure.

(4) IP Access Control Shttp://192.168.2.68/weblct/cgi/lct.cgietting
(a) Input Filter List - Add Entry
Procedure 4-33
1. Click the Maintenance button on top of the LCT window to put the system into
the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
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3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.

Figure 4-160 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Input Filter List tab, and click Add Entry button.
5. The Input Filter Entry (Add) option box appears. Specify the filter condition,
then click OK button.
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Figure 4-161 Input Filter Entry (Add) Option Box
Table 4-31 Input Filter Entry (Add) Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Entry No. 1-50 Specify the entry number.
Input Index Any, Bridge 01 to
Bridge 03
Select the ingress port
Source IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the source IP address of the input packets
0.0.0.0: Any
Source Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the source IP address of the
input packets
0.0.0.0: Any
Protocol Any, ICMP, TCP,
UDP, Other
Specify the protocol of the IP packets. If Other is selected,
user is requested to specify the port number.
Destination Port Range: 1 to 65535 Check Any or specify Destination Port.
Permit Allows the packet that meets the conditions above. Action
Deny Discards the packet if it matches the conditions above.
Note: The filter entries applied to whole DCN traffic except from the LCT port.
"The traffic from LCT is controlled by the LCT Port Setting in the General
Setting (Detail) of the Network Management Configuration sub menu."
For inband interface, filter entries are applied to only traffic towards the CPU
of the iPASOLINK EX, transit traffic is sent to next hop.

6. The Information box appears. Click OK button
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Figure 4-162 Information Dialog Box





7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
newly added filter information displayed.

Figure 4-163 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.
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(b) Input Filter List - Modify Entry
Procedure 4-34
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.

Figure 4-164 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Input Filter List tab, and click Entry No.
Entry
No
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5. The Input Filter Entry (Modify) option box appears. Specify the filter
condition, then click OK button.

Figure 4-165 Input Filter Entry (Modify) Option Box
Table 4-32 Input Filter Entry (Modify) Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Entry No. 1-50 Not editable.
Input Index Any, Bridge01 to
Bridge03
Select the ingress port
Source IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the source IP address of the input packets
0.0.0.0: Any
Source Subnet
Mask
x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the source IP address of the
incoming packets
0.0.0.0: Any
Protocol Any, ICMP, TCP,
UDP, Other
Specify the protocol of the IP packets. Selecting Other
requires specifying the port number.
Destination Port (Range: 1 to 65535) Not available
Permit Allows the packet that matches the conditions above. Action
Deny Discards the packet that matches the conditions above.

6. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button
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Figure 4-166 Information Dialog Box
7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
modified filter information is displayed.

Figure 4-167 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.
(c) Input Filter List - Delete Entry
Procedure 4-35
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu. IP Access Control Setting window appears.
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Figure 4-168 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Input Filter List tab, and click Delete Entry button.
5. The Input Filter Entry (Delete) option box appears. Enter the Entry No. of
the filter to be deleted, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-169 Input Filter Entry (Delete) Option Box
6. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 4-170 Confirmation Dialog Box
Delete Entry button
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7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-171 Information Dialog Box
8. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
selected filter information is removed.

Figure 4-172 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.

(d) Input Filter List - Modify Rule
Procedure 4-36
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
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into the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.


Figure 4-173 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Input Filter List tab, and click Modify Rule button.
5. The Input Filter Rule option box appears. Specify the filter condition then
click OK button.

Figure 4-174 Input Filter Rule Option Box
Modify Rule button
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Table 4-33 Input Filter Rule Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Enable Enables the configured Input filters. Input Filter Rule
Disable Disables the configured input filters
Permit Forwards an IP packet that meets the configured conditions. Default Action
Deny Discards an IP packet if it does not match the configured conditions
6. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-175 Information Dialog Box
7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
modified filter information is displayed.

Figure 4-176 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.

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(e) Forwarding Filter List - Add Entry
Procedure 4-37
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.

Figure 4-177 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, and click Add Entry button.
5. The Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) option box appears. Specify the filter
condition, then click OK button.
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Figure 4-178 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Option Box
Table 4-34 Forwarding Filter Entry (Add) Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Entry No. 1-50 Set the number of the entry
Input Index Select the ingress port
Output Index
Any, Bridge01 to
Bridge03 Select the egress port
Source IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the source IP address of the output packets
Source Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the source IP address
of the output packets
Destination IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the destination IP address of the output
packets
Destination Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the destination IP
address of the output packets
Protocol Any, ICMP, TCP,
UDP, Other
Specify the protocol of the IP packets. If Other is
selected, user need to specify the port number.
Source Port (Range: 1 to 65535) Not available
Destination Port (Range: 1 to 65535) Not available
Permit Forwards a packet that meets the conditions above. Action
Deny Discard a packet if it matches the conditions above.
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6. The Information box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-179 Information Dialog Box
7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
newly added filter information is displayed.

Figure 4-180 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.

(f) Forwarding Filter List - Modify Entry
Procedure 4-38
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
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2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.

Figure 4-181 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, and click Entry No.
5. The Forwarding Filter Entry (Modify) option box appears. Modify the
filter condition, then click OK button.
Entry No.
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Figure 4-182 Forwarding Filter Entry (Modify) Option Box
Table 4-35 Forwarding Filter Entry (Modify) Parameters
Parameter Value Description
Entry No. 1-50 Set the number of the entry.
Input Index Select the ingress port.
Output Index
Any, NE2,
Bridge1 to Bridge20 Select the egress port.
Source IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the source IP address of the outgoing packets.
Source Subnet Mask x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the source IP address of the
outgoing packets
Destination IP Address x.x.x.x Specify the destination IP address of the outgoing
packets.
Destination Subnet
Mask
x.x.x.x Specify the subnet mask of the destination IP address of
the outgoing packets
Protocol Any, ICMP, TCP, UDP,
Other
Specify the protocol of the IP packets. Selecting Other
requires specifying the port number.
Source Port (Range: 1 to 65535) Not available.
Destination Port (Range: 1 to 65535) Not available.
Action Permit Forwards a packet that meets the conditions above.
Deny Discards a packet if it matches the conditions above.
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6. The Information box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-183 Information Dialog Box
7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm the display
for the modified filter information.

Figure 4-184 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.

(g) Forwarding Filter List - Delete Entry
Procedure 4-39
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
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2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu.


Figure 4-185 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, and click Delete Entry button.
5. The Forwarding Filter Entry (Delete) option box appears. Enter the Entry
No. of the filter to be deleted, and then click OK button.

Figure 4-186 Forwarding Filter Entry (Delete) Option Box
6. The Confirmation dialog box appears. Click OK button.
Delete Entry button
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Figure 4-187 Confirmation Dialog Box
7. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-188 Information Dialog Box
8. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm that the
selected filter information is removed.

Figure 4-189 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.

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(h) Forwarding Filter List - Modify Rule
Procedure 4-40
1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to put the system
into the maintenance mode.
2. Expand Network Management Setting from the WebLCT menu.
3. Select IP Access Control Setting from the Network Management
Setting sub menu. IP Access Control Setting window appears.


Figure 4-190 IP Access Control Setting window
4. Select Forwarding Filter List tab, and click Modify Rule button.
5. The Forwarding Filter Rule option box appears. Modify the filter condition,
then click OK button.
Modify Rule button
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Figure 4-191 Forwarding Filter Rule (Modify) Option Box
Table 4-36 Forwarding Filter Rule (Modify) Parameters
Parameter` Value Description
Enable Enables the configured Forwarding filters. Forwarding Filter
Rule Disable Disables the configured Forwarding filters
Permit Forwards an IP packet that does not match the configured conditions. Default Action
Deny Discards an IP packet that does not match the configured conditions
6. The Information dialog box appears. Click OK button

Figure 4-192 Information Dialog Box
7. The IP Access Control Setting window appears again. Confirm the display
for the modified filter information.
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Figure 4-193 IP Access Control Setting window
This step ends the procedure.



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5. SYSTEM OPERATION
5.1 Provisioning
This setup is for further system fundamental configuration after the equipment setup.
The setting items are listed as follows:
MODEM Function Setting
User can configure the port, radio switch, ATPC/MTPC power, and so on for
each selected MODEM.
ETH Function Setting
User can configure the Ethernet port, VLAN ETH OAM, MSTP, QoS, link loss
forwarding and so on.
Equipment Clock/Synchronization Setting
User can configure the internal clock, timing source.
Alarm Setting
User can configure the alarm delay, severity, color.
PMON/RMON Setting
User can configure the threshold of PMON (MODEM)/ RMON (Ethernet).

For details, refer to the relevant sections accordingly.

5.1.1 MODEM Function Setting
User can configure the port, radio switch, ATPC/MTPC power, and so on for each
selected MODEM.

MODEM Port Setting
Specify the port name of each MODEM.
TX Power Setting
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Specify the threshold of TX power and RX power in MTPC/ATPC
configuration.
ALM Mode Setting
Specify the ATPC power mode and ALM mode when internal baseband block
and RF block communication fail occurs.
AMR Setting
Specify the AMR switching mode.

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5.1.1.1 MODEM Port Setting
Specify the Port Name of each MODEM.
Procedure 5-1
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand MODEM Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select MODEM Port Setting from the MODEM Function Setting sub
menu.
4. The MODEM Port Setting window appears. Click the desired MODEM to
configure.

Figure 5-1 MODEM Port Setting Window
5. The MODEM Port Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper name for the
MODEM.

Figure 5-2 MODEM Port Setting Dialog Box
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Table 5-1 MODEM Port Setting
Item Parameter Note
Port Name 0 to 32 characters Specify the port name of the MODEM
Disable
MAC with IPv4
MAC with IPv6
Header
Compression
Mode
MAC with MPLS
Enables or disables Header
Compress function that increases
packet rate throughput on radio
transmission.
Check Enhanced
Mode(Expert Only)
Uncheck
Enhanced Mode enables higher packet
rate throughput by disabling CRC
check in microwave transmission
process.


6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-3 Information Box
8. The MODEM Port Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-4 MODEM Port Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.


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5.1.1.2 TX Power Setting
Specify the thresholds of TX power and RX power in MTPC/ATPC configuration.
(1) ATPC Mode
Procedure 5-2
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand MODEM Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select TX Power Setting from the MODEM Function Setting sub menu.
4. The TX Power Setting window appears. Click the MODEM to configure.

Figure 5-5 TX Power Setting Window
5. The TX Power Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-6 TX Power Setting Dialog Box

Table 5-2 TX Power Setting (for ATPC and MTPC)
Item Parameter Description
ATPC Range (MAX) Set maximum TX power level in ATPC mode.
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ATPC Range (MIN) Set minimum TX power level in ATPC mode
MTPC TX Power Set threshold of RX LEVEL when opposite site is
in MTPC mode.
RX Threshold Depends on
modulation method
Set threshold of RX LEVEL when opposite site is
in ATPC mode. This parameter can be set when
AMR configuration is disabled in ATPC mode.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-7 Information Box
8. The TX Power Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-8 TX Power Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

(2) MTPC Mode
Procedure 5-3
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand MODEM Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
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3. Select TX Power Setting from the MODEM Function Setting sub menu.
4. The TX Power Setting window appears. Click the MODEM to configure.

Figure 5-9 TX Power Setting Window
5. The TX Power Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-10 TX Power Setting Dialog Box

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-11 Information Box
8. The TX Power Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.
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Figure 5-12 TX Power Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

5.1.1.3 ALM Mode Setting
Specify the ATPC power mode.
Procedure 5-4
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand MODEM Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ALM Mode Setting from the MODEM Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ALM Mode Setting window appears. Click the desired MODEM No. (or
SW GRP) to configure.

Figure 5-13 ALM Mode Setting Window
5. The ALM Mode Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.
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Figure 5-14 ALM Mode Setting Dialog Box

Table 5-3 ALM Mode Setting
Item Parameter Description
MAX Increase TX Power to Max. value
MIN Decrease TX Power to Min. value.
ATPC Power Mode
Hold Hold the current TX Power value.
Note: In case user has selected MTPC, ATPC Power Mode is not available.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-15 Information Box
8. The ALM Mode Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-16 ALM Mode Setting Window
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This step ends the procedure.

5.1.1.4 AMR Setting
Specify AMR function usage as follows:
Procedure 5-5
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand MODEM Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select AMR Setting from the MODEM Function Setting sub menu.
4. The AMR Setting window appears.
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Figure 5-17 AMR Setting Window
5. Click SW GRP (MODEM) (Slot01/02 or Slot03/04) to configure.
6. The AMR Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-18 AMR Setting Dialog Box
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Table 5-4 AMR Mode Setting
Item Parameter Description
CNR+RSL AMR Switching mode with CNR+RSL. AMR Switch
Condition CNR AMR Switching mode only with CNR.
When using this mode, AMR Range must be set as
continuously "Used" as following sample, 16QAM
to 64QAM setting.


Sensitive AMR Switching Sensitivity(TX Power) , Sensitive
AMR Transition mode
AMR
Transition
Normal AMR Switching Sensitivity(TX Power) , Normal
AMR Transition mode

7. Information box appears after setting the parameter. Click OK button.

Figure 5-19 Information Box
8. The AMR Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-20 AMR Setting Window
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5.1.2 ETH Function Setting
The ETH Function setting menu list is as follows:
Bridge Setting
Bridge function is also known as switching function that enables the device in
the multiple network segments can communicate with each other. User can
configure the FDB (forward database) aging time, default VLAN ID and VLAN
mode here.
ETH Port Setting
This function provides the abilities that configure the attributes of the Ethernet
port on the front panel of iPASOLINK, including port name, line speed, Mode,
Flow Control etc.
VLAN Setting
VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) enables multiple devices which are
separated physically can communicate as they are located in a same broadcast
domain and also protect the data from sending to other domain even they may
connect physically.
This function provides the abilities of creating, configuring and deleting the
VLAN.
FDB Setting
iPASOLINK can learn the MAC address of the Ethernet frame dynamically and
save the port MAC address mapping information into FDB (Forwarding
DataBase) based on IEEE802.1d for each VLAN. User can also add the static
mapping information manually by this function.
ETH OAM Setting
iPASOLINK supports Ethernet OAM function based on ITU-T Y.1731,
IEEE802.1ag, and IEEE802.3ah, which enables operator to measure the Ethernet
link quality such as delay, throughput, jitter, loss and so on, greatly help network
operator in maintenance and troubleshooting.
MSTP Setting
The MSTP (Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol) defined in the IEEE802.1s is the
spanning tree protocol work with logical instances. One instance can include
multiple VLANs. Blocking port is decided per logical instance, and then
physically configured redundant Ethernet topology can be utilized efficiently.
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In addition to standard MSTP features, the iPASOLINK supports "root guard"
feature which prevents unexpected node becomes to root node, and "BPDU
guard" feature which disable ports when BPDU frame arrives to ports not
allowing BPDU reception.
Note: MSTP and ETH-Ring functions are not configured at the same time.
QoS/Classification Setting
iPASOLINK supports QoS control function that provides different priority to
different applications, users, or data flow or to guarantee a certain level of
performance to a data flow. User can configure Class Classification, Ingress
Policer, Egress QoS and SP, TDM E1 QoS on MODEM to realize differential
service strategy.
L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting
L2CP Transparent transport function is useful for L2CP tunneling, especially
MEF 9 Compliant ETH Private Line (EPL) Service. Transported L2CP protocols
can be specified by checking boxes independently.
Port Mirroring enables to monitor the traffic at another (mirrored) port without
traffic of source port interruption. Ingress, egress or both direction of the port to
be mirrored to the destination port can be specified
LLF Setting
LLF (Link Loss Forwarding) is the function that mandatory shuts down the port
on the opposite device when local device detects unidirectional link problem.
iPASOLINK supports to send Critical Event message using IEEE802.3ah link
OAM function instead of Link Shut Down.
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5.1.2.1 Bridge Setting
Procedure 5-6
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select Bridge Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The Bridge Setting window appears. Click Modify button.


Figure 5-21 Bridge Setting Window
5. The Bridge Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-22 Bridge Setting Dialog Box

Modify button
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Table 5-5 Bridge Setting
Item Parameter Description
On Enable the FDB (Forwarding Data Base) to delete the
learnt MAC address if it is not updated for a certain
amount of time (FDB Aging Time).
Aging On / Off
Off Disable Aging function.
FDB Aging Time 5 to 163680 s Specify the aging time when aging function is enabled.
GbE MAX Frame Size 64 to 9600 Byte Set the maximum frame size of GbE (Giga bit Ethernet)
port.
FE MAX Frame Size 64 to 2000 Byte Set the maximum frame size of FE (Fast Ethernet) port
VLAN Mode 802.1Q(fixed) Allow the port on different VLAN to communicate with
each other through layer 2 network.
Default VID Default =1
1 to 4094
Specify the default VLAN ID of the equipment.
Default VLAN TPID Default =8100
8100 to FFFF
Set the value of TPID (Tag Protocol Identifier) of the
VLAN.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-23 Information Box
8. The Bridge Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.
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Figure 5-24 Bridge Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

5.1.2.2 ETH Port Setting
Procedure 5-7
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH Port Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ETH Port Setting window appears. Click the desired Port No. to
configure.


Figure 5-25 ETH Port Setting Window 1/2
Port No.
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Figure 5-26 ETH Port Setting Window 2/2

5. The ETH Port Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-27 ETH Port Setting Dialog Box

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Table 5-6 ETH Port Setting
Item Parameter Description
Enable Turn on the port administratively. Port Usage
Disable Shut down the port administratively.
Port Name 0 to 32 Characters Specify the name of the Ethernet port.
Electrical Specify the port SFP type as Electrical. Media Type
(SFP Port) Optical Specify the port SFP type as Optical.
AUTO
10MB
(RJ 45 Port or
Electrical SFP)
100MB
Set the line speed of Ethernet port among
10 Mbit/s, 100 Mbit/s or negotiate with the
opposite side (Auto Negotiation).
Half Specify the port work on half-duplex mode. Duplex
*1

Full Specify the port work on full-duplex mode.
MDI Specify the port media type as MDI. MDI / MDIX
*1

MDIX Specify the port media type as MDIX.
Enable Enable flow control. Flow Control
Disable Disable flow control.
Enable SyncETH
Disable
Enables or disables SyncETH, valid when the
parameter of the Media Type is Optical,
Speed is AUTO. Also, RJ45 ports support
SyncETH with 1000Mbps, 100Mbps-full,
Auto Negotiation is not mandatory.
Note1: When AUTO of Speed is selected, Duplex and MDI and MDIX are not selectable.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-28 Information Box
8. The ETH Port Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.
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Figure 5-29 ETH Port Setting Window 1/2

Figure 5-30 ETH Port Setting Window 2/2
This step ends the procedure.

5.1.2.3 VLAN Setting
(1) VLAN List Tab
(a) Add VLAN ID
Procedure 5-8
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select VLAN Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The VLAN Setting window appears. Click VLAN List tab.
5. The VALN List tab appears. Click Add VLAN ID button to create a new
VLAN ID.
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Figure 5-31 VLAN List Tab
6. The Add VLAN ID dialog box appears. Refer to the table below to assign a
proper value for each parameter accordingly.


Figure 5-32 Add VLAN ID Dialog Box



Table 5-7 Add VLAN ID Parameter
Item Parameter Description
VLAN ID * 1 to 4094 Specify VLAN ID.
Add VLAN ID button
NOTE 1
NOTE 2
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VALN Service Name 1 to 32 Character Specify the service name of the VLAN.

Notes:
1. Plural VLAN IDs can be entered using comma(s) and/or hyphen in the
following patterns.
VLAN ID: 1,2,3,1000-4094
LAN Service Name: VLAN Name
(1) Plural IDs can be registered by using comma(s) and/or a hyphen, and in the above
example, VLAN IDs 1, 2, 3, and 1000 to 4094 are registered (totally 3098 IDs).
Entering 1000-4094,1,2,3 is also possible.
(2) The maximum input number of characters for the VLAN Service Name is 27
characters.
(3) If there is a VLAN ID already registered in the range of registeration, a new VLAN
ID can be registered in a skip number.
(4) The VLAN Service Name of the skipped VLAN ID is not overwritten.
(5) When VLAN IDs are entered in a range, register the VLAN Service Name, adding
a suffix -xxxx (xxxx=0001-4094) to the entered value.
(6) When the VLAN Service Name is already registered, the new VLAN Service
Name should be blank.
(7) When VLAN IDs are not entered in a range, the name that was registered in the
VLAN Service Name field should be registered as-is.
7. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-33 Information Box


9. The VLAN Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.
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Figure 5-34 VLAN List Tab in the VLAN Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

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(b) Modify VLAN Service Name
Procedure 5-9
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select VLAN Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The VLAN Setting window appears. Click VLAN List tab.
5. The VALN List tab appears. Click the VLAN Service Name to be modified.

Figure 5-35 VLAN List Tab
6. The Modify VLAN Service Name box appears. Modify the VLAN Service
Name accordingly.

Figure 5-36 Modify VLAN Service Name Box
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7. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-37 Information Box
9. The VALN List tab appears again. Confirm the modified VLAN Service Name.

Figure 5-38 VLAN List Tab
This step ends the procedure.

(c) Delete VLAN ID
Procedure 5-10
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select VLAN Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
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4. The VLAN Setting window appears. Click VLAN List tab.
5. The VLAN List tab appears. Click Delete VLAN ID button.


Figure 5-39 VLAN List Tab
6. The Delete VLAN ID box appears. Input the VLAN ID or VLAN Service
Name to be deleted.

Figure 5-40 Delete VLAN ID Box (1/2)

Figure 5-41 Delete VLAN ID Box (2/2)
Delete VLAN ID button
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7. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
8. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-42 Confirmation Box
9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-43 Information Box
10. The VLAN List tab appears again. Confirm the VLAN ID has been deleted.

Figure 5-44 VLAN List Tab
This step ends the procedure.
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(2) VLAN Setting Tab (802.1Q Mode)
(a) Set VLAN ID
Procedure 5-11
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select VLAN Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The VLAN Setting window appears. Click Port No.


Figure 5-45 VLAN Setting Window
5. The VLAN Setting window (Port type: Access) appears. Assign a proper value
for each VLAN Assignment field parameter.
Note: The views are different according to the configuration (Access/ Tunnel/
Trunk). MODEM can be configured as Trunk only.
Click a Port No.
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Access
Specify the type of the port among Access, Trunk, Tunnel, Assign the VLAN ID
to the port being configured. The untagged frame passes through the port. The
received tagged frame will be discarded.

Figure 5-46 VLAN Setting Window (Port Type: Access)
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Tunnel
If the port is configured as Tunnel, any frame type on this port, either untagged
or tagged with any VLAN ID, will be unconditionally tagged (Outer Tag) with
the VLAN ID which is checked in the list. When the port is configured as Tunnel,
all of check boxes in the L2CP Tranceparency windows is enabled automatically.
This setting remains when the port is configured from tunnel to access or trunk.

Figure 5-47 VLAN Setting Window (Port Type: Tunnel)
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Trunk
If the port is configured as Trunk, the tagged frame with the VLAD ID that are
checked in the list will be allowed to pass through; the untagged frame will be
assigned with a VLAN ID of the selected VLAN in UntagFrame
Assignment column. The other frames will be discarded.

Figure 5-48 VLAN Setting Window (Port Type: Trunk)

Table 5-8 VLAN Assignment Parameter
Item Parameter Description
Access Only allow that untagged frame passes
through.
Tunnel Allow tagged and untagged frame pass
through.
Port Type
Trunk Allow the selected tagged frame and
untagged frame pass through. Untagged
frame will be assigned with a specified
VLAN ID.
Check Enable check box
Uncheck
If available, check it to allow that the
selected VLAN frame passes through.
Check UntagFrame Assignment
(Access Port) Uncheck
If available, check it to assign the selected
VLAN ID to the untagged frame.

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6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-49 Information Box
8. The VLAN Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-50 VLAN Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.4 FDB Setting
(1) FDB Setting Tab
(a) FDB Setting (Equipment)
Procedure 5-12
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select FDB Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The FDB Setting window appears. Click on Equipment to configure.





Figure 5-51 FDB Setting Tab

Click Equipment.
(1)(a) Equipment
(1)(b) Port Tab
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5. The FDB Setting (Equipment) dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 5-52 FDB Setting (Equipment) Dialog Box

Table 5-9 FDB Setting (Equipment)
Item Parameter Description
Enable Enable dynamic MAC Address Learning Learning
Disable Disable dynamic MAC Address Learning
Learning MAX Size 1 to 8192 Set the learning MAX entries of MAC Address
Forwarding When frames coming from new MAC
addresses exceed the maximum size of FDB,
the frame without learning this source MAC
address will be forwarded.
Learning Limit Mode
Discard When frames coming from new MAC
addresses exceed the maximum size of FDB,
the frame will be discarded.
Enable Enable equipment to send trap when the
learning MAC Address reaches to the
specified MAX number.
Learning Limit Trap
Disable Disable above feature.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.
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Figure 5-53 Information Box
8. The FDB Setting tab window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-54 FDB Setting Tab
This step ends the procedure.


(b) FDB Setting Port Tab
Procedure 5-13
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select FDB Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The FDB Setting window appears. Click the Port tab.
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Figure 5-55 FDB Setting Window
5. The Port tab appears. Click desired Port No.


Figure 5-56 Port Tab in FDB Setting Tab
6. The FDB Setting box appears. Assign a proper value for each parameter.
Port tab
Port No
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Figure 5-57 FDB Setting (Port)
7. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-58 Information Box
9. The FDB Setting tab appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-59 FDB Setting (Confirmation)
This step ends the procedure.
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5.1.2.5 ETH OAM Setting
(1) OAM MEG Tab
(a) Add OAM MEG Index
Procedure 5-14
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH OAM Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. Click the OAM MEG tab.


Figure 5-60 ETH OAM Setting Window
5. The OAM MEG tab appears. Click the Add MEG button.
OAM MEG tab
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Figure 5-61 OAM MEG Tab
6. The OAM MEG Setting (Add) box appears. Refer to the table below to
assign a proper value for each parameter accordingly.

Figure 5-62 OAM MEG Setting (Add) Box
Table 5-10 MEG Configuration Parameter
Item Parameter Description
MEG Index 1 to 128 Specify MEG (Maintenance Entity
Group) Index.
Add MEG button
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Item Parameter Description
Maintenance
Domain Name
Specify the Name of the Maintenance
Domain.
Short MA Name
String of a maximum of 42
characters (Maintenance
Domain Name +Short MA
Name)
Specify the Short MA Name.
MEG Level 0 to 7 Specify the Level of the MEG.
Enable Enable sending and monitoring CCM. CCM
Disable Disable sending and monitoring CCM.
ETH-CC Period 3.3ms/10ms/100ms/1s/10s/60s Set the period of ETH-CC(Continuity
Check) message.
CCM Priority 0 to 7 Specify the priority of the CCM.

7. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-63 Information Box
9. The OAM MEG tab appears again. Confirm the newly added MEG Index
information is displayed.
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Figure 5-64 OAM MEG Tab
This step ends the procedure.

(b) Delete OAM MEG
Procedure 5-15
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH OAM Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. Click the OAM MEG tab.

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Figure 5-65 ETH OAM Setting Window
5. The OAM MEG tab appears. Click the Delete MEG button.


Figure 5-66 OAM MEG Tab
OAM MEG tab
Delete MEG button
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6. The OAM MEG Setting (Delete) box appears. Select the OAM MEG Index
No. to be deleted.

Figure 5-67 OAM MEG Setting (Delete) Box
7. Click OK button.
8. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-68 Confirmation Box
9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-69 Information Box
10. The OAM MEG tab appears again. Confirm the OAM MEG has been deleted.
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Figure 5-70 OAM MEG Tab
This step ends the procedure.

(2) OAM MEP Tab
(a) Add OAM MEP Index
Procedure 5-16
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH OAM Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. Click Add MEP button in the OAM
MEP tab.
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Figure 5-71 OAM MEP Tab
5. The OAM MEP Setting (Add) dialog box appears. Select the Enable check
box in the MEG Configuration field.

Figure 5-72 OAM MEP Setting (Add) Dialog Box
Add MEP button
Enable check box
Add Peer MEP button
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6. Click Add Peer MEP button in the Peer MEP Configuration field.
7. The Peer MEP Add box appears. Input the Peer MEP ID.

Figure 5-73 Peer MEP Add Box
8. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
9. The OAM MEP Setting (Add) dialog box appears again. Refer to the table
below to assign a proper value for each parameter accordingly.

Figure 5-74 OAM MEP Setting (Add) Dialog Box
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Table 5-11 MEP Configuration field Parameter
Item Parameter Description
Peer MEP Add
Peer MEP ID 1 to 8191 Specify the MEP (MEG End Point) ID of the
peer equipment.
MEP Configuration
MEP Index 1 to 128 Specify the local MEP Index.
MEP ID 1 to 8191 Specify the ID of the MEG Index.
Item Select the object item from drop-down list.
Port Select the port from drop-down list.
Check Check the box of the VLAN ID to associate
Ethernet OAM message to the VLAN.
Assignment VLAN
ID List
Uncheck Not associate the MEP to the VLAN ID.
MEG Configuration
Check Check the box of the MEG Index to
associate MEG Configuration.
Enable Check box
Uncheck Not associate the MEP to the MEG
Configuration.

10. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
11. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-75 Confirmation Box
12. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-76 Information Box
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13. The OAM MEP tab appears again. Confirm the newly added MEP Index
information is displayed.

Figure 5-77 OAM MEP Tab
This step ends the procedure.

(b) Modify OAM MEP Index
Procedure 5-17
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH OAM Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.






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4. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. Click the MEP Index No. to be
modified in the OAM MEP tab.


Figure 5-78 OAM MEP Tab
5. The OAM MEP Setting (Modify) dialog box appears. Modify the parameter
by referring to the table below.
MEP Index No.
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Figure 5-79 OAM MEP Setting (Modify) Dialog Box
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Table 5-12 OAM MEP Index Parameter
Item Parameter Description
Peer MEP Add
Peer MEP ID 1 to 8191 Specify the MEP (MEG End Point) ID of
the peer equipment.
MEP Configuration
MEP Index 1 to 128 Specify the Number of the MEP Index.
MEP ID 1 to 8191 Specify the ID of the MEP Index.
Item Select the object item from drop-down list.
Port Select the object port from drop-down list.
Check Check the box of the VLAN ID to
associate Ethernet OAM message to the
VLAN.
Assignment VLAN ID
List
Uncheck Not associate the MEP to the VLAN ID.
MEG Configuration
Check Check the box of the MEG Index to
associate MEG Configuration.
Enable Check box
Uncheck Not associate the MEP to the MEG
Configuration.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-80 Confirmation Box
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-81 Information Window
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9. The OAM MEP tab appears again. Confirm the modified parameters of the
OAM MEP Index information are displayed.

Figure 5-82 OAM MEP Tab
This step ends the procedure.

(c) Delete OAM MEP
Procedure 5-18
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select ETH OAM Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The ETH OAM Setting window appears. Click Delete MEP button in the
OAM MEP tab.
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Figure 5-83 OAM MEP Tab
5. The OAM MEP Setting (Delete) box appears. Select the OAM MEP Index
No. to be deleted.

Figure 5-84 OAM MEP Setting (Delete) Box
6. Click OK button.
7. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-85 Confirmation Box
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.
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Figure 5-86 Information Box







Note: In case that CCM Transmit / CCM Receive is enabled, if user tries to delete the
MEP Index, the following error message will appear:




Follow the procedure of (2) Modify OAM MEP Index, to disable CCM
Transmit / CCM Receive first, and then delete the MEP Index.
9. The OAM MEP tab appears again. Confirm the OAM MEP has been deleted.
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Figure 5-87 OAM MEP Tab
This step ends the procedure.















5.1.2.6 MSTP Setting
Note: STP/RSTP tunnel enabling function is not supported for RSTP enabled
port.
(1) Confirmation of MSTP Operation
Procedure 5-19
[Sample Configuration]
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1. First referring to VLAN Setting, set VLAN ID=100 and 200 for Port 01 and
Port 03 at local and equipments:
VLAN ID=100 for Port 01, Port 03 for both local and remote terminals
VLAN ID=200 for Port 03 for both local and remote terminals
Connect the same port numbers each other using LAN cables.
2. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
3. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
4. Select MSTP Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
5. The MSTP Setting window appears.
6. Click Modify STP Mode button. STP Mode Setting box appears.


Figure 5-88 MSTP Setting Window
Modify STP Mode button
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Figure 5-89 STP Mode Setting Box
7. Select the MSTP from the pull-down menu. MSTP Setting (STP Mode:
MSTP) window appears. Click Modify STP Port button.


Figure 5-90 MSTP Setting (MSTP Mode) Window
8. STP Port Setting box (STP Mode: MSTP, IST tab) appears. Assign a proper
value for each parameter.

Modify STP Port button
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Figure 5-91 STP Port Setting Box

Table 5-13 STP Port Setting Parameter (1/2)
Item Parameter Description
Region Name 1 to 32 Character Specify region name
Revision No. 0 to 65535 Specify revision number
BPDU Guard Timer
Usage
Used /
Not Used

BPDU Guard Timer
Bridge Priority (IST) 1 to 61440
(4096 steps)

Port Name 1 to 32 Characters Specify the port name.
Auto Enable equipment to calculate the path cost
automatically.
STP Port Path Cost
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.
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STP Port Priority 0 to 240
(16 steps)
Specify the RSTP priority of the port.

Table 5-22 STP Mode Setting Parameter (2/2)
Item Parameter Description
Enable Set the Port as Edge port. Edge Port
Disable Remove Edge port feature.
Enable Enable BPDU Guard. BPDU Guard
Disable Disable BPDU Guard.
Enable Enable Root Guard. Root Guard
Disable Disable Root Guard.

9. Set the following parameters same for the two iPASOLINKs:
Region Name (in STP Port Setting box - IST tab)
Revision Number (in STP Port Setting box - IST tab)
Instance Number (in STP Port Setting box - MSTI1, MSTI2 tab)
VLAN Mapping (in VLAN Setting box)
10. In STP Port Setting box - IST tab, set Enable for Port 01 to Port 03.
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Figure 5-92 STP Port Setting BoxIST tab
11. In STP Port Setting boxMSTI1 tab, set MSTI1 to Enable, and check the
Enable check box for Port 01 and Port 02.
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Figure 5-93 STP Port Setting BoxMSTI1 Tab
12. In STP Port Setting box - MSTI2 tab, set MSTI2 to Enable, and check the
Enable check box for Port 01 and Port 03.
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Figure 5-94 STP Port Setting Box MSTI2 Tab
13. Click the OK button. The MSTP Setting windowIST tab appears again.
Confirm the Status column for Port01 and Port02 of both iPASOLINKs.

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Figure 5-95 MSTP Setting Window (Port Status)
This step ends the procedure.

Confirm at the Local and
remote NEs.
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Notes on MSTP Operation
1. MSTP cannot be operated with ETH-Ring simultaneously in an equipment.
2. At the initial condition, all VLAN belong to IST.
3. Adjusting the default value concerning Timer, Hop, etc.
The default value for the Timer is a recommended value by
Recommendation.
4. There is no dependence relationship between the VLAN assigned to instance and
the VLAN assigned to port.
NEC Recommends that VLAN is assigned to all ports which oppose to the
MSTP equipment.



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5.1.2.7 QoS/Classification Setting
Classify Setting
iPASOLINK supports QoS based on MEF10 and REC4115 which classifies 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 Policers which provide user the capability of realizing the
user-orientation QoS strategy flexibly. The Internal Priority is used for the
following purposes:
1) Indentify 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)
Three modes are available for Port Based QoS Classification.
Port Based QoS Mode
QoS classification policies are determined by per-port basis. In this mode,
inner QoS field of the packet can be specified for the classification policy.

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 decides 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.



(1) Classify Setting Tab [Port Based QoS Mode]

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(a) Port Classification Mode Setting
Procedure 5-20
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select QoS/Classification Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub
menu.
4. The QoS/Classification Setting window appears. Click the Port button


Figure 5-96 QoS/Classification Setting Window
5. The Port Classification Mode Setting window appears. Select the object
from Port Classification Mode drop-down list and Assign a proper value for
Default Port Priority.

Figure 5-97 Port Classification Mode Setting Window (802.1Q Mode)
Port button
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Item Parameter Description
Port Classification
Mode
Port
CoS (C-Tag)
IPv4 / v6 DSCP
Select the object from drop-down list
- CoS (C-Tag): use C-Tag CoS as the
internal priority
- IPv4 / v6 DSCP: use DSCP as the
internal priority. DSCP is used even if a
frame has VLAN tag
- Port: Default priority of the port. This
value is used for access VLAN port, and
default value when specified DSCP filed is
not exist in the frame in the IPv4 /v6
DSCP mode.
Default Port Priority 0 to 7 Select the default priority for the port
6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-98 Information Box

(a) DSCP Classification Mapping Setting
Procedure 5-21
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select QoS/Classification Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub
menu.
4. The QoS/Classification Setting window appears. Click the DSCP
Classification Mapping button.

DSCP Classification Mapping button
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Figure 5-99 QoS/Classification Setting Window
5. DSCP Classification Mapping window appears.
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Figure 5-100 DSCP Classification Mapping Window
6. DSCP values 1 to 64 are summarized to 0 to 7 internal priolity values.
An internal priority value can be changed if required.

Table 5-14 DSCP Classificatio Mapping
Item Parameter Description
DSCP Value
(1 64)
Internal Priority
(0 7)
Specify equipment internal priority value
for each DSCP value.
This step ends the procedure.

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(2) Port Setting Tab
Procedure 5-22
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu
3. Select QoS/Classification Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub
menu.
4. The QoS/Classification Setting window appears. Click Port Setting tab.
5. The Port Setting tab appears.
6. Click the desired Port No. in the QoS/Classification Setting window. QoS
Port Setting box appears.
7. Click the desired Class No in Egress Class Setting Information field.

Figure 5-101 Qos Port Setting Box
8. Egress Class Setting box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.
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Figure 5-102 Egress Class Setting Box
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Table 5-15 Port Setting (8 Class QoS)
Item Parameter Description
Qos Port Setting Information
1xSP+7xDWRR
2xSP+6xDWRR
Scheduling Mode

8xSP
Specify the queueing mode.
SP: Strict-Priority
DWRR: Deficit Weighted Round Robin
Drop Mode WTD Specify the port that discards all packets at
the tail end of the queue when queue
exceeds the preset threshold.
WTD (Weighted tail drop).
Egress Shaper Rate 1 to 1000 Mbps
Granularity:
1Kbps
Specify the maximum transmit rate of the
port.
Internal Priority Queueing Policy per Ingress Port
Internal Priority 0 to 7 0 to 7 Specify the egress queue (0 to 3) for each
internal priority values. Egress queueing
policy is determined with the policy.
Egress Class Setting Information
Shaper Rate 0.001 to 1000
Mbps
Granularity:
1Kbps
Specify the maximum sending rate of the
class (queue). This value works with
Egress Shaper Rate as hierarchical
shaping function.
DWRR Weight 1 to 127 Specify the weight of the queue.
Queue Length 16 to 1024 Kbyte Specify the length for each Queue.
(default: 64Kbyte).
WTD Yellow Frame
Threshold
10 to 100 % Set the discard Threshold of Yellow
Frames which are colored with ingress
policer and not applied with ingress policer.
When total queued frames length exceeds
the threshold due to traffic congestion,
arrived yellow frames are discarded.
(default: 70%)
Green frame discard threshold is fixed to
100%.
9. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
10. The Information box appears. Click OK button.
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Figure 5-103 Information Box
11. The QoS Port Setting box appears again. Click OK button after confirming
the parameter.

Figure 5-104 Qos Port Setting Box
12. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-105 Information Box
13. The Port Setting tab appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.
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Figure 5-106 Port Setting Tab
This step ends the procedure.

5.1.2.8 L2CP Transparent Setting
Procedure 5-23
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select L2CP Transparent Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub
menu.
4. The L2CP Transparent Setting window appears. Click Port number to be
set.

Figure 5-107 L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting Window
5. The L2CP Transparent / Monitoring Setting box appears. Assign a proper
value for each parameter
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Figure 5-108 L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting Box
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Table 5-16 L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting
Item Parameter Description
L2 Protocol Transparency
Check Check the box of the protocol to enable
the PDU of the protocol transparent
without processing.
Tunnel Enable
Uncheck -
Note STP/RSTP tunnel enabling function is not supported for RSTP enabled
port.
Tunnel Enable is set automatically, when the port is configured as
Tunnel.
(c) Click OK button after setting the parameters.
(d) The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-109 Information Box
6. The L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting window appears again.
Confirm the parameters displayed

Figure 5-110 L2CP Transparent / Mirroring Setting
This step ends the procedure.

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5.1.2.9 LLF Setting
(a) Add LLF GRP
Procedure 5-24
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select LLF Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The LLF Setting window appears. Click Add LLF button.


Figure 5-111 LLF Setting Window
5. The LLF Setting (Add) box appears. Refer to the table below to assign a
proper value for each parameter accordingly

Figure 5-112 LLF Setting (Add) Box
Add LLF button
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Table 5-17 LLF Setting Parameter
Item Parameter Description
LLF GRP ID 1 to 16 Select the LLF group ID Number.
Item Select the object item from drop-down list.
Enable Enable sending LLF signal. Send LLF Signal
Disable Disable sending LLF signal.
Enable Ignore received LLF signal. Ignore Received LLF
Signal Disable Accept received LLF signal.
Check Set the port as Edge port. Edge Port Setting
Uncheck Not set the port as Edge port.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-113 Information Box
8. The LLF Setting window appears again. Confirm the newly added LLF
Setting information is displayed.

Figure 5-114 LLF Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

(b) Modify LLF GRP
Procedure 5-25
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
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2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select LLF Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The LLF Setting window appears. Click the desired LLF GRP No. to
configure.


Figure 5-115 LLF Setting Window
5. The LLF Setting (Modify) box appears. Modify the parameters.

Figure 5-116 LLF Setting (Modify) Box
LLF GRP No.
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Table 5-18 LLF Setting (Modify)
Item Parameter Description
LLF GRP ID 1 to 16 Select the LLF group ID Number.
Item Select the object item from drop-down list.
Enable Enable sending LLF signal. Send LLF Signal
Disable Disable sending LLF signal.
Enable Ignore received LLF signal. Ignore Received LLF
Signal Disable Accept received LLF signal.
Check Set the port as Edge port. Edge Port Setting
Uncheck Not set the port as Edge port.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-117 Information Box
8. The LLF Setting window appears again. Confirm the modified parameters of
the LLF GRP information are displayed.

Figure 5-118 LLF Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.
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(c) Delete LLF GRP
Procedure 5-26
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand ETH Function Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select LLF Setting from the ETH Function Setting sub menu.
4. The LLF Setting window appears. Click Delete LLF button.


Figure 5-119 LLF Setting Window
5. The LLF Setting (Delete) box appears. Select the LLF GRP ID to be
deleted.

Figure 5-120 LLF Setting (Delete) Box
6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.
Delete LLF button
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Figure 5-121 Confirmation Box


8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-122 Information Box
9. The LLF Setting window appears again. Confirm the LLF GRP has been
deleted.

Figure 5-123 LLF Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.


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5.1.3 Equipment Clock / Synchronization Setting
This setting provides configuration of Clock (Async or Sync) and Timing Source
selection of the equipment.
The EXT Clock Setting menu list is as follows:
Equipment Clock Setting
Select the Equipment Clock Mode and Timing Source.
5.1.3.1 Equipment Clock Setting
Procedure 5-27
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Equipment Clock/Synchronization Setting from the
Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select Equipment Clock Setting from the Equipment
Clock/Synchronization Setting sub menu.
4. The Equipment Clock Setting window appears. Click Modify button.

Figure 5-124 Equipment Clock Setting Window
5. The Equipment Clock Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.
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Figure 5-125 Equipment Clock Setting Dialog Box
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Table 5-19 Equipment Clock Setting
Item Parameter Description
Async (Default) Internal clock is used as equipment
clock. No synchronization is
configured from Clock Sources.
Sync This mode is for network
synchronization. If radio
synchronization is needed, use the
mode.
Master Internal clock is used as equipment
clock.
Equipment CLK Mode


Slave Best clock is selected by
automatically among clocks of
Timing Source entry. Selection is
based on quality and priority.
When all of clocks in the Timing
Source entry are failed, status of
equipment clock becomes holdover.
Enable Enable Synchronous Ethernet
Function in the iPASOLINK EX.
SyncETH
Disable Disable Synchronous Ethernet
Function in the iPASOLINK EX.
QL Mode Mode that switches Timing Source
based on Quality Level (SSM),
Signal Fail and Priority, External
Command.
Timing Source decision is done by
Quality value. If Quality values of
Timing Sources are same, Priority
value is used, instead.
Clock Source
Selective Mode
PL Mode Mode that switches Timing Source
based on Signal Fail, Priority and
External Command.
Not Entry Select the clock source.
Line Clock(MODEM)
Timing Source
GbE Line CLK 1/2

Port Specify the Port or CH which can
extract clock information.
Priority Level 1 to 12 Set the priority of timing source
manually.
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Item Parameter Description
Used Received SSM code of the Timing
Source is used as Quality Level.
LINE SSM Usage
Not Used Forced SSM Value Setting is used.
Forced SSM Value When LINE SSM Usage is set to Not Used, overwriting received
SSM code of the Timing Source.
overwrite
SSM code
Quality Level Quality
0010 QL-PRC High
0100 QL-SSU-A |
1000 QL-SSU-B |
1011 QL-SEC Low
WTR 0, 10, 20, 30 sec
1 to 15 min
Set Wait To Restore time that is the
amount of time to wait before a
recovered timing source becomes
active again.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-126 Information Box
8. The Equipment Clock Setting window appears again. Confirm the
displayed parameters.

Figure 5-127 Equipment Clock Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.
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5.1.4 Alarm Setting
This setting provides the configuration of alarm severity, color.
Correlation Setting
User can configure the condition of masking alarm (displaying/clearing alarm on
LCT or LED).
Alarm Severity Setting
User can specify the alarm severity (critical, major, minor, and warning) for each
alarm reported by iPASOLINK EX.
BER Threshold Setting
Specify the threshold of BER alarm of (High/Low) input.



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5.1.4.1 Correlation Setting
Procedure 5-28
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Alarm Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select Correlation Setting from the Alarm Setting sub menu.
4. The Correlation Setting window appears. Click Modify button.

Figure 5-128 Correlation Setting Window
5. The Correlation Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-129 Correlation Setting Dialog Box
Table 5-20 Correlation Setting
Item Parameter Description
On Enables masking the lower level alarm. Alarm Correlation
Off Disables masking the lower level alarm.
6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.

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7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-130 Information Box
8. The Correlation Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-131 Correlation Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.
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5.1.4.2 Alarm Severity Setting
Procedure 5-29
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Alarm Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select Alarm Severity Setting from the Alarm Setting sub menu.
4. The Alarm Severity Setting window appears. Description is an example for
Equipment. After the setting of Equipment, perform similarly for other tabs.
5. Click the Modify button

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Figure 5-132 Alarm Severity Setting Window (Equipment Tab)
6. Aalrm Severity Setting Box (Equipment) appears.
7. Select the desired alarm status from the drop down list of Alarm Status.
Modify button
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Figure 5-133 Alarm Severity (Equipment) Dialog Box
Table 5-21 Alarm Severity Levels
Item Parameter Description
Critical -
Major -
Minor -
Alarm Items specific
for each tab

Warning -
8. Set the alarm status for each Alarm Item, and then repeat the procedures for
other tabs.
9. After setting of severity, click OK button. Information box appears
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Figure 5-134 Information Box
10. Click OK button. Alarm Severity Setting window appears again. Confirm
the displayed parameter(s).
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Figure 5-135 Alarm Severiy Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.


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5.1.4.3 BER Threshold Setting
Specify the threshold of BER alarm of (High/Low) input.
Procedure 5-30
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand Alarm Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select BER Threshold Setting from the Alarm Setting sub menu.
4. The BER Threshold Setting window appears. Click the MODEM to
configure.

Figure 5-136 BER Threshold Setting Window
5. The BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) dialog box appears. Assign a proper
value for each parameter.

Figure 5-137 BER Threshold Setting (MODEM) Dialog Box
Table 5-22 BER Threshold
Item Parameter Description
High BER 1E-3 to 1E-5 Setting for High BER Threshold of
MW.
Low BER 1E-6 to 1E-9 Setting for Low BER Threshold of
MW.
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6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-138 Information Box
8. The BER Threshold Setting window appears again. Confirm the displayed
parameters.

Figure 5-139 BER Threshold Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.



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5.1.5 PMON/RMON Setting
This setting provides the relevant configuration of PMON (MODEM) and RMON
(Ethernet port), including threshold.

The PMON/RMON Setting menu list is as follows:
PMON Threshold Setting
Threshold setting of PMON (MODEM).
PMON Other
Threshold setting of TCN level.
RMON Threshold Setting
Threshold setting of RMON (Ether port).
RMON Other
Add the VLAN Counter (VLAN Counter Report).

5.1.5.1 PMON Threshold Setting
Procedure 5-31
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand PMON/RMON Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select PMON Threshold Setting from the PMON/RMON Setting sub
menu.
4. The PMON Threshold Setting window appears. Click Modify button.
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Figure 5-140 PMON Threshold Setting Window
5. The RF- MODEM dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-141 RF- MODEM Dialog Box
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Table 5-23 PMON Threshold Setting (SW GRP (Slot No.) Tab)
Item Parameter Description
15min 0 to 7087000 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RS-BBE alarm.
RF
BBE
1 day 0 to 618624000 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RS-BBE alarm.
15min 0 to 900 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RF ES alarm.
RF ES
1 day 0 to 86400 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RF ES alarm.
15min 0 to 900 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RF SES alarm.
RF
SES
1 day 0 to 86400 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RF SES alarm.
15min 0 to 900 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RF SEP alarm.
RF
SEP
1 day 0 to 86400 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RF SEP alarm.
15min 0 to 900 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RF UAS alarm.
RF
UAS
1 day 0 to 86400 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RF UAS alarm.
15min 0 to 900 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 15 min RF OFS alarm.
RF
OFS
1 day 0 to 86400 Specify the threshold for generation/recovery
of 1 day RF OFS alarm.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-142 Information Box

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8. The PMON Threshold Setting window appears again. Confirm the
displayed parameters.

Figure 5-143 PMON Threshold Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.


5.1.5.2 PMON Other
Procedure 5-32
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand PMON/RMON Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select PMON Other from the PMON/RMON Setting sub menu.
4. The PMON Other window appears. Click the target MODEM.

Figure 5-144 PMON Other Window
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5. The PMON Other Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

Figure 5-145 PMON Other Setting Dialog Box
Table 5-24 PMON Other Setting
Item Parameter Description
RX Level TCN Threshold -99 to -30 dBm Specify the threshold for generating TCN RX
Level alarm.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-146 Information Box
8. The PMON Other window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-147 PMON Other Window
This step ends the procedure.
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5.1.5.3 RMON Threshold Setting
Procedure 5-33
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand PMON/RMON Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select RMON Threshold Setting from the PMON/RMON Setting sub
menu.
4. The RMON Threshold Setting window appears. Click Modify button.

Figure 5-148 RMON Threshold Setting Window
5. The RMON Threshold Setting dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.
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Figure 5-149 RMON Threshold Setting Dialog Box
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Table 5-25 RMON Threshold Setting
Item Parameter Description
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min RX Drop Events.
RX Drop Events
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day RX Drop Events.
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min RX Under size Packets.
RX Undersize Pkts
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day RX Under size Packets.
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min RX Fragments.
RX Fragments
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day RX Fragments.
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min RX CRC Alignment Errors.
RX CRC Alignment Errors
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day RX CRC Alignment Errors.
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min RX oversize Packets.
RX oversize Pkts
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day RX oversize Packets.
15 min 0 to 133929000 Specify the threshold for generation of
15 min TX Collisions.
TX Collisions
1 day 0 to 4294967294 Specify the threshold for generation of
1 day TX Collisions.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-150 Information Box
8. The RMON Threshold Setting window appears again. Confirm the
displayed parameters.
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Figure 5-151 RMON Threshold Setting Window
This step ends the procedure.

5.1.5.4 RMON Other
(a) Add VLAN Counter
Procedure 5-34
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand PMON/RMON Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select RMON Other from the PMON/RMON Setting sub menu.
4. The RMON Other window appears. Click VLAN counter No. in the VLAN
Counter Select tab.

Figure 5-152 RMON Other Window
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5. The VLAN Counter Select dialog box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 5-153 VLAN Counter Select Dialog Box
Table 5-26 RMON Other
Item Parameter Description
Item Specify a package.
Port Specify a port.
Enable radio Button ON / OFF Set to ON to count the frames that
pass through the VLAN.

6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-154 Information Box
8. The RMON Other window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.
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Figure 5-155 RMON Other Window
This step ends the procedure.

(b) Delete VLAN Counter
Procedure 5-35
1. Expand Provisioning from the WebLCT menu.
2. Expand PMON/RMON Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.
3. Select RMON Other from the PMON/RMON Setting sub menu.
4. The RMON Other window appears. Click Delete VLAN Counter button.

Figure 5-156 RMON Other Window
5. The Delete VLAN Counter dialog box appears. Select the VLAN Counter
No. to be deleted.
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Figure 5-157 Delete VLAN Counter Dialog Box
6. Click OK button after setting the parameters.
7. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-158 Confirmation Box
8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 5-159 Information Box
9. The RMON Other window appears again. Confirm the displayed parameters.

Figure 5-160 RMON Other Window
This step ends the procedure
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Abbreviations
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6. ABBREVIATIONS
ACAP Adjacent Channel Alternate
Polarization
ACCP Adjacent Channel Co-Polarization
ACK Acknowledgement
ACR Adaptive Clock Recover
AGC Automatic Gain Control
AIS Alarm Indication Signal
ALM Alarm
ALS Auto Laser Shutdown
AMR Adaptive Modulation Radio
ANT, Ant. Antenna
APS Automatic Protection Switch
ATT Attenuator
ATPC Automatic Transmitter Power
Control
AU Administrative Unit
AUX Auxiliary
Ave Average
BBE Background Block Error
BER Bit Error Rate
BPF Band Pass Filter
BS Base Station
BSC Base Station Controller
BTS Base Transceiver Station
CAPEX Capital Expenditure
CBS Committed Burst Size
CCDP Co-Channel Dual Polarization
CCM Continuity Check Message
CEPT Conference of European Postal &
Telecommunication Administration
CIR Committed Information Rate
CKT Circuit
CLK Clock
CMF Channel Mismatch Failure
CMI Coded Mark Inversion
CONV Converter
CORBA Common Object Request Broker
Architecture
CoS Class of Service
CPU Central Processing Unit
CR Critical
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check
CS Channel Separation
CTRL Control
CV near end Code Violation
CW Carrier Wave
DA Destination Address
DADE Differential Absolute Delay
Equalizer
DB Database
DC Direct Current
DCN Data Communication Network
DEG Degraded
DEI Drop Eligible Indicator
DEM Demodulator
Des(Dest) Destination
DI Data-in
D/I Drop and Insert
DL Download
DM Delay Measurement
DMM Delay Measurement Message
DMR Delay Measurement Reply
DO Data-out
DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point
DUP Duplexer
DXC Digital Cross Connect
E1 E-carrier level 1
EBS Express Burst Size
EIR Excess Information Rate
EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
EML Element Management Layer
EMS Element Management System
EOW C Order Wire
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EPS ETH-Protection Switch
EQL Equalizer
ERP ETH-Ring Protection Switch
ES Errored Seconds
ETH-CC ETH-Continuity Check function
ETH-LB ETH-Loopback function
ETH-LBM ETH-Loopback Message
ETH-LBR ETH-Loopback Reply
ETH-LT ETH- Link Trace function
ETH-LTM ETH-Link Trace Message
ETH-LTR ETH-Link Trace Reply
ETH-OAM Ethernet Operations, Administration
and Maintenance
ETH-OAM
LB
ETH-OAM Loopback
ETH-OAM
LT
ETH-OAM Link Trace
ETH-RDI ETH-Remote Defect Indication
function
ETSI European Telecommunications
Standards Institute
EXC Electrical Cross Connect
E-to-E. End-to-End
Fail Failure
F/B Front Back Ratio
FCS Frame Check Sequence
FD Frequency Diversity
FDB Forwarding Database
FE Fast Ethernet
FEC Forward Error Correction
FEBBE Far End Background Block Error
FEES Far End Errored Seconds
FESES Far End Severely Errored Seconds
FEUAS Far End Unavailable Seconds
FPGA Field Programmable Gate Array
F/W Firmware
GbE, GBE Gigabit Ethernet
3GPP Third Generation Partnership
Project
GUI Graphical User Interface
H Horizontal
HDB High Density Bipolar
HK House Keeping
HP Higher order Path
HYB Hybrid
H/W Hardware
ID Identification
IDU Indoor Unit
IE Internet Explorer
IEC International Electrotechnical
Commission
IEEE Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers
I/F Interface
IF Intermediate Frequency
IHG iPASOLINK High Grade
IN Input
INTFC Interface
I/O Input/Output
IP Internet Protocol
ITU International Telecommunication
Union
ITU-R Radio Communication Sector of ITU
ITU-T Telecommunication Sector of ITU
L2SW Layer2-Switch
LAN Local Area Network
LB Loopback
LBM Loopback Message
LCD Loss of Cell Delineation
LCT Local Craft Terminal
LDPC Low Density Parity Check
LED Light Emitting Diode
Lev. Level
LLF Link Loss Forwarding
LM Loss Measurement
LMM Loss Measurement Message
LNA Low Noise Amplifier
LO Local Oscillator
LOC Loss of Continuity
LOF Loss of Frame
LOM Loss of Multiframe
LOP Loss of Pointer
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LO REF Local Reference Signal Loss
LOS Loss of Signal
LP Lower order Path
LPM Link Performance Monitor
LT Link Trace
LTI Loss of incoming Timing Input
LTM Link Trace Message
MAC Media Access Control
MAIN Main
MAINT Maintenance
MAX Maximum
Mdev Mean Deviation
MDCPU MODEM CPU
MDI Medium Dependent Interface
MDIX Medium Dependent Interface
Crossover
MD4 Message Digest Algorithm 4
MD5 Message Digest Algorithm 5
MEG Maintenance Entity Group
MEM Memory
MEP MEG End Point
MIN Minimum
MIP Maintenance Intermediate Point
MIX Mixer
MJ Major
MMC Multi Media Card
MME Mobility Management Entity
MMG Mismerge
MN Minor
MOD Modulator
MODEM Modulator Demodulator
MON Monitor
MPX Multiplexer
MS Multiplex Section
MSC Mobile Switching Center
MSDU MAC Service Data Unit
MSP Multiplex Section Protection
MTBF Mean Time Between Failure
MTPC Manual Transmitter Power Control
MUX Multiplexing Equipment
N/A Not Applicable
NBI Northbound Interface
NE Network Element
NML Network Management Layer
NMS Network Management System
OAM Operation Administration and
Maintenance
OCR Occur
Octs Octets
ODU Out-Door Unit
OFS Out of Frame Second
OMT Ortho-Mode Transducer
OPEX Operational expenditure
OPP Opposite
OPR Operation
OPT Optical
OSPF Open Shortest Path First
OSS Operation Support System
OUT Output
OW Oder Wire
PA Power Amplifier
PBR Pressurizable Type B, flange profile
square Rectangular
PCP Priority Code Point
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
PDU Protocol Data Unit
PGM Program
PHY Physical
PIR Peak Information Rate
PJ E Pointer J ustification Event
PJ E-N Pointer J ustification Event Negative
Stuff
PJ E-P Pointer J ustification Event Positive
Stuff
PKG Package
Pkts Packets
PLM Payload Label Mismatch
PMC PASOLINK Management Card
PMON Performance Monitor
PNMSj PASOLINK Network Management
System J ava Version
Abbreviations
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PPI PDH PHY Interface
ppm parts per million
PPP Point-to-Point Protocol
PPS Path Protection Switch
PQ Priority Queuing
PRM Parameter
PROT Protection
PS Power Supply
PSC Protection Switching Counts
PSD Protection Switching Duration
PWE Pseudowire Emulation
PWR Power
QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QoS Quality of Service
QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
RCVR Recover
REF Reference
REM Remote
RDI Remote Defect Indication
RF Radio Frequency
RFS Radio Frequency Systems
RL Relay
RMON Remote Network Monitoring
RNC Radio Network Controller
RPL Ring Protection Link
RS Regenerator Section
RS-232 Recommended Standard 232
RSL Received Signal Level
RST Regenerator Section Termination
RSTP Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
RX Receiver
SAToP Structure-Agnostic Time Division
Multiplexing over Packet
SC Service Channel
SD Space Diversity
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SEG Segment
SEP Severely Errored Period
SES Severely Errored Seconds
SFP Small Form factor Pluggable
SGMI Security Gateway Management
Interface
SMS Synchronous Multiplexing System
SMU Source Measure Unit
SNCP Sub-network Connection Protection
SNMP Simple Network Management
Protocol
SP Strict Priority
SPD Speed
SRC Source MAC Address
STAT Status
STD Standard
STM Synchronous Transport Module
STP Spanning Tree Protocol
SUB Substitute
SW Switch
S/W Software
SWG Switch Group
SYNC Synchronous
TCI Tag Control Information
TCN Threshold Crossing Notification
TDM Time Division Multiplex
TDMoP TDM over Packet
TEMP Temperature
TERM Terminal
TF Transmit Fail
TIM Trace Identifier Mismatch
TLV Type Length Value
TM Through Mode
TNC Threaded Neil Councilman
ToS Type of Service
TP Twin Path
TPID Tag Protocol Identifier
TQC Total Quality Control
TTL Time To Live
TU Tributary Unit
TX Transmitter
UAE UAS Event
UAS Unavailable Seconds
UL Upload
Abbreviations
Operation NWD-153832-01E
6-5
UNEQ Unequipped
UNEXP Unexpected
Unicast
DMR
Unicast Delay Measurement Reply
UNM Unexpected MEP
UNP Unexpected Period
USB Universal Serial Bus
V Vertical
V Volt
VC Virtual Channel
VLAN Virtual LAN
VP Virtual Path
VPN Virtual Private Network
VSWR Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing
Web World Wide Web
WG Waveguide
WR Warning
WRR Weighted Round Robin
WS Wayside
WWW World Wide Web
XCTRL XPIC Control
X-DEM XPIC Demodulator
XFP 10(X) Gigabit Small Form Factor
Pluggable
XIF XPIC IF
XPD Cross Polarization Discrimination
Ratio
XPIC Cross Polarization Interference
Canceller
XREF XPIC Reference

Abbreviations
NWD-153832-01E Operation
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