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Release Upgrade

Instructions
Release Delivery: (R4.3.1 L5.14)
Product Family: (SURPASS)
Product: (hiT 7025)
Release: (R4.3.1)
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Table of Contents
1
2

PURPOSE..................................................................................................................................................... 5
OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

Service Interruption .................................................................................................................................................. 5


Management Interruption ......................................................................................................................................... 5
MIB Compatibility ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Total Upgrade Duration ............................................................................................................................................ 6

PREPERATIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
3.2
3.3

Material requirements .............................................................................................................................................. 7


Hardware Check ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
TNMS-CT Uninstall/Install and FTP Setting ........................................................................................................... 13
3.3.1
Uninstall the old version of TNMS-CT.............................................................................................. 13
3.3.2
Install and start TNMS-CT V3.02.004 .............................................................................................. 14
3.3.3
Setup FTP Service in Windows XP.................................................................................................. 14
3.3.4
NE FTP Service Setup..................................................................................................................... 17

MAKING A SAFE COPY OF THE ACTIVE PACKAGE .............................................................................. 18


4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

NE MIB Upload and Backup .................................................................................................................................. 18


Download the 7025 R4.2.2 Bin file by FTP ............................................................................................................ 19
Basic NE configuration ........................................................................................................................................... 22
Alarm Management ................................................................................................................................................ 24
Software Configuration and Preparation ................................................................................................................ 24
4.5.1
Mask configuration .......................................................................................................................... 24

SCE PLUS SWAP AND UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................... 26


5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6

5.7

5.8
5.9

5.10

NE MIB Upload ...................................................................................................................................................... 26


SCE PLUS Swap Preparation ................................................................................................................................ 27
SCE Plus Swap and Download MIB Files to NE by FTP........................................................................................ 29
Download the MIB by FTP ..................................................................................................................................... 33
Compare the MIB file size ...................................................................................................................................... 36
Warm Reboot NE ................................................................................................................................................... 37
5.6.1
Cold Reboot Cards .......................................................................................................................... 37
5.6.2
NE version verification ..................................................................................................................... 41
Cold Reboot NE Approach ..................................................................................................................................... 42
5.7.1
Cold reboot NE ................................................................................................................................ 42
5.7.2
NE version verification ..................................................................................................................... 43
Re-download the R4.3.1 software .......................................................................................................................... 44
5.8.1
Re-download Software .................................................................................................................... 44
Final Verification..................................................................................................................................................... 47
5.9.1
Alarm Verification ............................................................................................................................ 47
5.9.2
NE Version verification .................................................................................................................... 48
FALLBACK ............................................................................................................................................................. 48

Upgrade with SCE card .............................................................................................................................. 49


6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5

6.6

6.7
6.8

6.9

New NE Software and MIB backup ........................................................................................................................ 49


NE Software Management & FTP Setting .............................................................................................................. 49
NE Software Download .......................................................................................................................................... 49
Software switching ................................................................................................................................................. 50
Warm Reboot NE ................................................................................................................................................... 51
6.5.1
Cold Reboot Cards .......................................................................................................................... 52
6.5.2
NE version verification ..................................................................................................................... 56
Cold Reboot NE Approach ..................................................................................................................................... 57
6.6.1
Cold reboot NE ................................................................................................................................ 57
6.6.2
NE version verification ..................................................................................................................... 58
RE-DOWNLOAD R4.3 SOFTWARE ...................................................................................................................... 59
6.7.1
Re-download software ..................................................................................................................... 59
FINAL VERIFICATION ........................................................................................................................................... 62
6.8.1
Alarm Verification ............................................................................................................................ 62
6.8.2
NE Version verification .................................................................................................................... 62
Fallback .................................................................................................................................................................. 63
6.9.1
NE serial port setup ......................................................................................................................... 63
6.9.2
Fallback to foregone release for SCE card ...................................................................................... 65
6.9.3
Download software Load file............................................................................................................ 73

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CC CARD SMOOTH UPGRADE iN HIT7025 R4.3.1 ................................................................................. 76


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4

Security Port Configuration .................................................................................................................................... 76


NE MIB Upload and Backup .................................................................................................................................. 78
CC Smooth Upgrade Instructions........................................................................................................................... 79
Fallback for CC card smooth upgrade.................................................................................................................... 83

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Contact:
Contact your local Nokia Siemens Networks support

Summary of changes:
Date
2011-06-27
2011-06-29
2011-08-04

Version
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Summary of changes
Draft
Modify according to the comment
Correct one spelling mistake in
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PURPOSE
This document provides detailed guideline to carry out the software upgrade of hiT7025
Release4.2.2. It includes detailed instructions on how to update the TNMS-CT SW and the Element
SW to the latest System SW versions release (SVR).

OVERVIEW
This document instructs the steps for upgrading the Node software from SVR R4.2.2 to SVR R4.3.1,
including the available roll back options. It also includes the CC smooth upgrade, and fallback is also
included just in case the CC smooth fail to upgrade.

2.1

Service Interruption
Warm reboot NE is mandatory during the upgrade. After the warm reboot finishes, some cards have
to cold reboot based on the following sequence in Table 2.1.1 Lists of cold reboot cards and the
service interruption time refer Table 2.1 2 Service interruption.
If cold reboot whole NE to complete the upgrade is chosen, the traffic interruption will be 5 minutes in
the worst case. The NE will be offline up to 7-8 minutes during NE reboot.
Case

Upgrade Path

R4.2.2  R4.3.1

Operation
1. Warm reboot NE
2. Cold reboot cards below:

S42024-L5484-A1 2STM-1

S42024-L5484-A2 2xSTM-1 for 55 degree

S42024-L5602-A1 4xSTM-1

S42024-L5460-A1 2STM-1E (W/P)

S42024-L5472-A1 1GE /T

S42024-L5472-A2 1GE /T for 55 degree

S42024-L5495-A1 8FE/L2

S42024-L5469-A1 8FE/T

S42024-L5469-A2 8xFE/T for 55 degree

Table 2.1.1 Lists of cold reboot cards

Service Interruption
cold reboot cards list contained in
Warm Reboot NE
Table 2.1.1

Case

Ethernet traffic related with IGMP


snooping will break for several
minutes

During SCE card replacement,


the Ethernet traffic related with
RSTP/MSTP/GVRP/IGMP
Snooping will break for several
minutes.
As for the other cards, it is about
1 minute for each card in the
worst case

Table 2.1 2 Service interruption

2.2

Management Interruption
During the upgrade, the NE management will be offline.

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2.3

MIB Compatibility
The MIB structure between hiT7025 Release 4.2.2 Load 5.01 and Release 4.3.1 Load 5.14 is
compatible.

2.4

Total Upgrade Duration


There are no accurate figures for the upgrade duration, as it depends on many factors. Normally, this
procedure can be finished in 2.5 hours, including TNMS CT upgrade/installation, backup MIB file
downloading software load, reboot NE and cards, CC cards smooth upgrade.

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PREPERATIONS

3.1

Material requirements
Before upgrade, following material is required.

Hardware
CPU
Memory
Hard disk
NIC
CD-ROM

Pentium IV, 2.6GHz/512kB


1 GB
40GB
Ethernet card, 2x 3COM (3C982-TXM)
DVD-ROM drive

Communication port
Software
OS

At least 1 serial communication port is needed.

Console
NE System SW package for
SURPASS hiT 7025 4.3.1 CD
New TNMS CT software CD

Accessories
Network
Console

Windows XP Professional (English Version)


Windows 2003 Server (English Version)
HyperTerminal (9600 bps)
NE System SW package for SURPASS hiT
7025 4.3.1 CD (P42022-P5142-R43)
NE software loads is PBk1r43b514.bld
TNMS CT V3.2 Application SW (P42024P5106-A5)
TNMS CT Security Pack Basic (P42024P5106-A14)
TNMS CT Security Pack Extended (P42024P5106-A12)
TNMS CT Open Source Software (P42024P5106-A19)
TNMS CT V3.2 Application SW Embargo
(P42024-P5106-A35)
TNMS-CT V3.2 Application SW Embargo PreRequisites (P42024-P5106-A38)
TNMS CT software load is V3.02.004
1x cross-over Ethernet cable
1x console cable (V42256-T6-A20)

Table 3.1 Material requirements

3.2

Hardware Check
It is important that all the NEs hardware versions should be reviewed. In the SURPASS
hiT7025 R4.3.1 Load 5.14 only following hardware is supported.

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Contact your next level technical support organization for further assistance, if your circuit packs
are not listed in following table. (Table 3.2 Hardware version check)

Part-Number

Description

IM

S42024L5600-

A1

SCE (Enhanced System Controller)

09:10
(till
15G/5G CC)
11:12
and
15:16(till
33G/10G CC)

L5600-

A1

SCE (Enhanced System Controller) plus

03:06

S42024-

L5458-

A1

System Interface

02:03

S42024-

L5470-

A1

XCT [15/5G] w. STM-16/4

04:09

S42023-

L5089-

A1

Chassis Assembly w/o Power Module 7025

01:03

S42023-

L5089-

A2

Chassis Assembly w/o Power Module 7025 for phaseIII

03:06

S42024-

L5477-

A1

Power Module

05:10

S42024-

L5459-

A1

XCT [7G/2.5G] w. STM-4/1 (w. Stratum 3 Clock)

04:06

V50004-

F887-

T800

Blank k Compact Flash Card (hiT7025/35/60/65/80)

S42024-

L5474-

A1

Fan Assembly

01:01

S42024-

L5475-

A1

Air Filter 7025 with metal structure (10pcs/1pack)

01:01

S42024-

L5474-

A2

7025 Fan Assembly for phaseIII

02:03

S42024-

L5454-

A1

Dummy Faceplate for L-FC

01:02

S42024-

L5455-

A1

Dummy Faceplate for S-FC

01:02

S42024-

L5457-

A1

Dummy Faceplate for S-EC

01:02

S42024-

L5353-

A2

EOW VoIP Phone, ALTESYS

S42023-

L5087-

A1

SURPASS hiT70 XOW

S42024-

L5355-

A1

DCM G.652 (40km, 6dB)

S42023-

L5108-

A1

SIPAC panel

02:03

S42024-

L5621-

A1

SIPAC panel board

01:02

S42024-

L5484-

A1

2STM-1

04:04

S42024-

L5484-

A2

2xSTM-1 for 55 degree

02:04

S42024-

L5602-

A1

4xSTM-1

07:08

S42024-

L5464-

A1

1STM-4

04:05

S42024-

L5465-

A1

Booster OA (13dBm)

03:04

S42024-

L5466-

A1

Booster OA (15dBm)

03:04

S42024-

L5467-

A1

Booster OA (18dBm)

03:04

S42024-

L5468-

A1

Preamp OA (20dB, w. 1555.75nm filter)

03:04

S42024-

L5479-

A1

21E1 (W/P)

03:03

S42024-

L5480-

A1

21E1 Paddle (75 Ohm)

01:01

S42024-

L5481-

A1

21E1 Paddle (120 Ohm)

01:01

S42024-

L5559-

A1

21E1 Paddle (75 Ohm) for new E1 cable

02:02

S42024-

L5560-

A1

21E1 Paddle (120 Ohm) for new E1 cable

02:02

S42024-

L5460-

A1

2STM-1E (W/P)

02:02

S42024-

L5461-

A1

2STM-1E Paddle

03:04

S42024-

L5462-

A1

3E3/DS3 (W/P)

04:04

S42024-

L5463-

A1

3E3/DS3 Paddle

03:03,05:05

S42024-

L5472-

A1

1GE /T(4xVC-4)

04:04

S42024-

L5472-

A2

1xGE/T for 55 degree

02:04

S42024-

L5583-

A1

4xGE/T ( w. 2 x FC and VLAN aggregation)

04:09

S42024-

L5495-

A1

8FE/L2 (4xVC-4)

05:06

S42024-

05:06

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S42024-

L5469-

A1

8FE/T(4xVC-4)

04:04

S42024-

L5469-

A2

8xFE/T for 55 degree

02:03

Submodules
V50017-

U3234-

K500

STM-16 Module U16.2, DWDM 1555.75nm

S42025-

L5127-

A1

STM-16 (L16.2 80km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5128-

A1

STM-16 (L16.1 40km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5129-

A1

STM-16 (S16.1 15km E-SFP)

V50017-

U342-

K500

STM-16 (L16.2 80km, 1550nm)

V50017-

U341-

K500

STM-16 (L16.1 40km, 1310nm)

V50017-

U340-

K500

STM-16 (S16.1 15km, 1310nm)

V50017-

U342-

K550

STM-16 Module L-16.2/3, EBG

V50017-

U341-

K550

STM-16 Module L-16.1, EBG

V50017-

U340-

K550

STM-16 Module S-16.1, EBG

V50017-

U442-

K550

STM-16 Module L-16.2/3, i-SFP,EBG

V50017-

U441-

K550

STM-16 Module L-16.1, i-SFP,EBG

V50017-

U440-

K550

STM-16 Module S-16.1,i-SFP EBG

V50017-

U442-

K500

STM-16(L16.2 80km i-SFP)

V50017-

U441-

K500

STM-16 (L16.1 40km i-SFP)

V50017-

U440-

K500

STM-16 (S16.1 15km i-SFP)

S42025-

L5148-

A1

STM-4 (V4.2 120km)

S42025-

L5130-

A1

STM-4 (L4.2 80km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5131-

A1

STM-4 (L4.1 40km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5132-

A1

STM-4 (S4.1 15km E-SFP)

V50017-

U333-

K500

STM-4 (V4.2 120km, 1550nm)

V50017-

U332-

K500

STM-4 (L4.2 80km, 1550nm)

V50017-

U331-

K500

STM-4 (L4.1 40km, 1310nm)

V50017-

U330-

K500

STM-4 (S4.1 15km, 1310nm)

V50017-

U332-

K550

STM-4 Module L-4.2/3, EBG

V50017-

U331-

K550

STM-4 Module L-4.1, EBG

V50017-

U330-

K550

STM-4 Module S-4.1, EBG

V50017-

U337-

K550

STM-4 Module L-4.2/3, i-SFP, EBG

V50017-

U336-

K550

STM-4 Module L-4.1, i-SFP,EBG

V50017-

U335-

K550

STM-4 Module S-4.1, i-SFP,EBG

V50017-

U337-

K500

STM-4 (L4.2 80km i-SFP)

V50017-

U336-

K500

STM-4 (L4.1 40km i-SFP)

V50017-

U335-

K500

STM-4 (S4.1 15km i-SFP)

S42025-

L5149-

A1

STM-1 (V1.2 120km E-SFP) w/ LOS Adjust

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S42025-

L5133-

A1

STM-1 (L1.2 80km E-SFP) w/ LOS Adjust

S42025-

L5134-

A1

STM-1 (L1.1 40km E-SFP) w/LOS Adjust

S42025-

L5135-

A1

STM-1 (S1.1 15km E-SFP) w/LOS Adjust

V50017-

U325-

K500

STM-1 (L1.2 80km, 1550nm)

V50017-

U324-

K500

STM-1 (L1.1 40km , 1310nm)

V50017-

U323-

K500

STM-1 (S1.1 15km, 1310nm)

V50017-

U325-

K550

STM-1 (L1.2 80km, 1550nm),EBG

V50017-

U324-

K550

STM-1 (L1.1 40km , 1310nm),EBG

V50017-

U323-

K550

STM-1 (S1.1 15km, 1310nm),EBG

V50017-

U322-

K500

STM-1(L1.2 80km,i-SFP)

V50017-

U321-

K500

STM-1(L1.1 40km,i-SFP)

V50017-

U320-

K500

STM-1(S1.1 15km,i-SFP)

V50017-

U322-

K550

STM-1(L1.2 80km,i-SFP),EBG

V50017-

U321-

K550

STM-1(L1.1 40km,i-SFP),EBG

V50017-

U320-

K550

STM-1(S1.1 15km,i-SFP),EBG

V50017-

U329-

K500

STM-1E (Electrical SFP)

V50017-

U464-

K500

STM-1 & 100Base FX (I-1 2km multimode LED E-SFP)

S42025-

L5136-

A1

GE-ZX (1550nm 80km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5137-

A1

GE (1310nm 35km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5138-

A1

GE-LX (1310nm 10km E-SFP)

S42025-

L5139-

A1

GE-SX (850nm 500m E-SFP)

V50017-

U467-

K500

GE (1310nm 35km i-SFP)

V50017-

U461-

K500

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1310nm,SM 10km)industrial Temp

V50017-

U468-

K500

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1550nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U467-

K500

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1310nm,SM 40km)

V50017-

U463-

K500

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1310nm,SM 10km)

V50017-

U462-

K500

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (850nm,MM 500m)

V50017-

U468-

K550

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1550nm,SM 80km),EBG

V50017-

U467-

K550

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1310nm,SM 40km),EBG

V50017-

U463-

K550

1G FC/GE Multirate SFP (1310nm,SM 10km),EBG

V50017-

U600-

K500

GE Electric SFP (100m, CAT-5)

V50017-

U403-

K500

STM-1 (Bidi 20km, E-SFP,Tx:1310; Rx:1550)

V50017-

U413-

K500

STM-1 (Bidi 20km, E-SFP,Tx:1550; Rx:1310)

V50017-

U402-

K500

GE-LX (Bidi 10km, E-SFP,Tx:1310; Rx:1490)

V50017-

U412-

K500

GE-LX (Bidi 10km, E-SFP,Tx:1490; Rx:1310)

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GE Bidi
85deg
GE Bidi
85deg
GE Bidi
85deg
GE Bidi
85deg

SFP, 10km,TX1310nm, RX1490nm,1.25G_622MBp, -40 to

STM-16
SFP)
STM-16
SFP)
STM-16
SFP)
STM-16
SFP)

(Bidi 40km, E-SFP,Tx: 1570nm; Rx:1490nm, Industrial

V50017-

U406-

K500

V50017-

U416-

K500

V50017-

U407-

K500

V50017-

U417-

K500

V50017-

U415-

K500

V50017-

U405-

K500

V50017-

U414-

K500

V50017-

U404-

K500

V50017-

U3044-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1563.86nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3043-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1563.05nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3042-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1562.23nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3041-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1561.42nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3040-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1560.61nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3039-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1559.79nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3038-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1558.98nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3037-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1558.17nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3036-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1557.36nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3035-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1556.55nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3034-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1555.75nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3033-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1554.94nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3032-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1554.13nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3031-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1553.33nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3030-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1552.52nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3029-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1551.72nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3028-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1550.92nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3027-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1550.12nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3026-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1549.32nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3025-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1548.51nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3024-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1547.72nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3023-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1546.92nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3022-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1546.12nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3021-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1545.32nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3020-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1544.53nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3019-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1543.73nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3018-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1542.94nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3017-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1542.14nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3016-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1541.35nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3015-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1540.56nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3014-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1539.77nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3013-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1538.98nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3012-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1538.19nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3011-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1537.40nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3010-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1536.61nm,SM 80km)

SFP, 10km,TX1490nm, RX1310nm,1.25G_622MBp, -40 to


SFP, 40km,TX1310nm, RX1490nm,1.25G_622MBp, -40 to
SFP, 40km,TX1490nm, RX1310nm,1.25G_622MBp, -40 to

(Bidi 40km, E-SFP, Tx: 1490nm; Rx:1570nm,Industrial


(Bidi 15km, E-SFP,Tx: 1550nm; Rx:1310nm, Industrial
(Bidi 15km, E-SFP, Tx: 1310nm; Rx:1550nm,Industrial

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V50017-

U3009-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1535.82nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3008-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1535.04nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3007-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1534.25nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3006-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1533.47nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3005-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1532.68nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3004-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1531.90nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3003-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1531.12nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3002-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1530.33nm,SM 80km)

V50017-

U3001-

K500

2.5G DWDM Multirate (1529.55nm,SM 80km)

C39055-

Z1-

C199

Heat Sink for SFP cage

C39055-

Z1-

C197

Heat Sink Clip for SFP cage

V50017-

U3147-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1471nm 80km

V50017-

U3149-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1491nm 80km

V50017-

U3151-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1511nm 80km

V50017-

U3153-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1531nm 80km

V50017-

U3155-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1551nm 80km

V50017-

U3157-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1571nm 80km

V50017-

U3159-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1591nm 80km

V50017-

U3161-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1611nm 80km

V50017-

U3347-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1471nm 40km

V50017-

U3349-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1491nm 40km

V50017-

U3351-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1511nm 40km

V50017-

U3353-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1531nm 40km

V50017-

U3355-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1551nm 40km

V50017-

U3357-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1571nm 40km

V50017-

U3359-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1591nm 40km

V50017-

U3361-

K500

2.5G CWDM E-SFP Multirate @ 1611nm 40km

DVA:61000091

SFP/2G5U/C1470V/SM/LC

DVA:61000092

SFP/2G5U/C1490V/SM/LC

DVA:61000093

SFP/2G5U/C1510V/SM/LC

DVA:61000094

SFP/2G5U/C1530V/SM/LC

DVA:61000095

SFP/2G5U/C1550V/SM/LC

DVA:61000096

SFP/2G5U/C1570V/SM/LC

DVA:61000097

SFP/2G5U/C1590V/SM/LC

DVA:61000098

SFP/2G5U/C1610V/SM/LC

DVA:61000161

SFP/2G5U/C1470L/SM/LC

DVA:61000162

SFP/2G5U/C1490L/SM/LC

DVA:61000163

SFP/2G5U/C1510L/SM/LC

DVA:61000164

SFP/2G5U/C1530L/SM/LC

DVA:61000165

SFP/2G5U/C1550L/SM/LC

DVA:61000166

SFP/2G5U/C1570L/SM/LC

DVA:61000167

SFP/2G5U/C1590L/SM/LC

DVA:61000168

SFP/2G5U/C1610L/SM/LC

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DVA:61704491

SFP/2G5U/C1470V/SM/LC

DVA:61704492

SFP/2G5U/C1490V/SM/LC

DVA:61704493

SFP/2G5U/C1510V/SM/LC

DVA:61704494

SFP/2G5U/C1530V/SM/LC

DVA:61704495

SFP/2G5U/C1550V/SM/LC

DVA:61704496

SFP/2G5U/C1570V/SM/LC

DVA:61704497

SFP/2G5U/C1590V/SM/LC

DVA:61704498

SFP/2G5U/C1610V/SM/LC

DVA:61704691

SFP/2G5U/C1470L/SM/LC

DVA:61704692

SFP/2G5U/C1490L/SM/LC

DVA:61704693

SFP/2G5U/C1510L/SM/LC

DVA:61704694

SFP/2G5U/C1530L/SM/LC

DVA:61704695

SFP/2G5U/C1550L/SM/LC

DVA:61704696

SFP/2G5U/C1570L/SM/LC

DVA:61704697

SFP/2G5U/C1590L/SM/LC

DVA:61704698

SFP/2G5U/C1610L/SM/LC

Table 3.2 Hardware version check

Note:
The following chassis does not support XCT [33G/10G] w. STM-16/4/1 card:
S42023- L5089- A1

Chassis Assembly w/o Power Module 7025

Note:
The following Hardware version SCE card does not support XCT [33G/10G] w. STM-16/4/1 card:
S42023- L5600- A1

SCE (Enhanced System Controller) Version 09:10

Note:
Only the following XCT support 4xGE/T card:
S42023- L5585- A1 XCT [33G/10G] w. STM-16/4/1

3.3
3.3.1

TNMS-CT Uninstall/Install and FTP Setting


Uninstall the old version of TNMS-CT
Please uninstall TNMS-CT if it is older than V3.02.004 on your computer.
Note:
If the parameters in the Monitor Point Filter window (both SDH PM and Ethernet PM) have
configured, these configurations will be lost after TNMS-CT is closed and restart, then you should
reconfigure it.

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Figure 3.3-1 Monitor Point Filter Window

3.3.2

Install and start TNMS-CT V3.02.004


TNMS-CT CD (P42024-P5106-A5) contains TNMS-CT V3.02.004 software that will be used for
managing the new release of SURPASS hiT7025 Release 4.3.1.

3.3.3

Setup FTP Service in Windows XP


1. Prepare Windows XP SP2 installation CD. Insert into computer CD/DVD ROM.
2. Install FTP server.
Click Start Control Panel  Add/Remove Programs  Add/Remove Windows
Component  Internet Information Service  Details  Common Files  File Transfer
Protocol (FTP) Service .

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Figure 3.3-2 Install Windows XP SP2 IIS FTP Service

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3. Configure FTP server.


Click Start Control Panel Administrative Tools Internet Information Service  xx
(local computer)  FTP Sites  Default FTP Site. Right-click the Default FTP Site, select
the FTP properties. Referring to the following configuration in Fig 3.3-3, suggest to allow user
Anonymous, make sure FTP Site Directory is where the MIB and software Load file located,
by default ,it is c:\Inetpub\ftproot.

Figure 3.3-3 Configure IIS FTP Service

4, Test FTP server


After finish upper procedure, operator should verify the FTP server; click Start  Run. Input
ftp 127.0.0.1, then a DOS window will open, input anonymous as the user name and any
words in password, input dir to check whether the software load is in the folder.

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Figure 3.3-4 Verify IIS FTP Service

3.3.4

NE FTP Service Setup


The operator can use the Ethernet cable to connect to NE directly or use DCN network. It just
needs to be made sure there is no firewall or TCP/IP port blocking equipment between PC and
NE.
Click the Configuration  NE Software Management  FTP Setting button. Make sure the
FTP server has been setup properly.

Figure 3.3-5 NE FTP settings

While username and password should be the same as the configuration of FTP server
application, if the user is using XP IIS FTP, and setup it according to chapter 3.3.3 the default
user name is anonymous, password is any word.

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MAKING A SAFE COPY OF THE ACTIVE PACKAGE

4.1

NE MIB Upload and Backup


Note:
Even if the MIB backup has been done before, please use the TNMS CT to do the MIB backup
again for SURPASS hiT 7025 R4.2.2

Click on ConfigurationNE MIB Management, you will get following window.

Figure 4.1-1 NE MIB upload

Click the Browse button to identify folder directory and file name to be saved. Then, click the
Upload From NE button to upload SURPASS hiT7025 MIB from the NE to your local PC
directory. Once Uploading is finished, a message note will be prompted as follows:

Figure 4.1-2 Upload process is finished

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NE IP address is the MIB directory which you just uploaded (in this example the directory is
/10.0.0.41).
Then get in to the folder,
%System Drive%:\Inetpub\ftproot and copy all the files to another folder in your local PC as
your current MIB backup.

4.2

Download the 7025 R4.2.2 Bin file by FTP

Note:
This operation is just for software upgrade to R4.3.1 without SCE plus card swap. If you want to
use SCE plus card, you could skip this chapter
Before downloading the hiT7025 R4.2.2s Bin file, please make sure that the Boot image version
is 1.8.8.7 or 1.8.8.8 as shown below: If not, please contact your next level technical support
organization for further assistance

Go to the FTP site directory c:\Inetpub\ftproot\ defined in Chapter 3.3.3 by using command
Window. Then, FTP NE IP address by entering the username is root, password is blank, you
will see the following window.

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Figure 4.2-1 FTP to 7025 NE

Type dir to check contain of files in the boot flash. Then, type cd load change the directory to
load folder. Check the 70x5sce.bin which contain in this folder or no by typing dir.

Figure 4.2-2 Checking the load for the 70x5sce.bin file

When the 70x5sce.bin file is found, type bin, ha, and prompt in the command window. Then,
type mget 70x5sce.bin to download the bin file to the local folder.

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Figure 4.2-3 Download the bin file to local folder

Finally, the 70x5sce.bin is downloaded to the local folder.

Figure 4.2-4 Bin file is downloaded

Compare the file size with Figure 4.2-5 70x5sce.bin file size. The actual file size for 70x5sce.bin
should be 639,540 bytes (Version 1.8.8.7) or 639,752 bytes (Version 1.8.8.8). If you found out
the downloaded file size is different after compare, please delete this bin file and re-do the
procedure in Chapter 4.2 Download the 7025 R4.2.2 Bin file by FTP.

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Figure 4.2-5 70x5sce.bin file size

4.3

Basic NE configuration
Basic NE configuration listed below should be recorded before upgrade.
Click on ConfigurationNENE Property Configuration, you can get following information


NE Label

Current IP Address

Current Gateway

Figure 4.3-1 NE properties

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Click Print button to save NE Properties as an html file.

Figure 4.3-2 NE Properties print preview.

Click on DCNChange Ethernet IP to get:




Current IP Address

Current Subnet Mask

Current gateway

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Figure 4.3-3 Configuration Of Ethernet IP

4.4

Alarm Management
It is recommended that NE is running alarm-free during the upgrade.
In case there are active alarms please record all active alarms by TNMS CT to recommended
*.csv file.
Click on Fault Active Alarms and select Print to record all active alarms to *.csv file as the
figure shows below,

Figure 4.4-1 Active Alarms Record

4.5
4.5.1

Software Configuration and Preparation


Mask configuration
Note:
7025 product is no support the configuration of subnet mask 255.255.255.255. Please reconfigure
the mask.

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Figure 4.5-1 Subnet Mask configuration

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SCE PLUS SWAP AND UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS


Note:


5.1

It is not mandatory to change controller to SCE plus unless you want to use 33G/10G
system; If you do not want to upgrade to 33G/10G system, you could skip this chapter to
Chapter 6.
Ensure your SCE card version could support hiT7025 R4.3.1 in Table 3.2

NE MIB Upload
Note:
This MIB is for software upgrade process.
Click on ConfigurationNE MIB Management, you will get following window.

Figure 5.1-1 MIB Uploading

Click the Browse button to identify folder and file name to be saved. Then, click the Upload
from NE button to upload SURPASS hiT7025 MIB from the NE to your local PC directory.
Once Uploading is finished, a message note will be prompted as follows:

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Figure 5.1-2 MIB Uploading successfully

Rename the backup *.mib file to *.zip, then extract this MIB file to FTP site directory
c:\Inetpub\ftproot\ as below.

Figure 5.1-3 Extract MIB file

5.2

SCE PLUS Swap Preparation


Open Hyper Terminal window as following.
StartProgramsAccessoriesCommunicationsHyper Terminal. Name could be anything.

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Figure 5.2-1 HyperTerminal Window

Connect is using COM1.

Figure 5.2-2 HyperTerminal connection selection window

Press Restore Defaults button and OK.

Figure 5.2-3 COM properties

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5.3

SCE Plus Swap and Download MIB Files to NE by FTP


Click on Configuration NE Warm Reboot NE to warm reboot NE

Figure 5.3-1 Warm Reboot NE

Click on Yes to execute warm reboot command

Figure 5.3-2 Warm Reboot NE (Continued)

Keep on watching the Hyper Terminal screen and when the screen displays Press b to
configure please press b to stop the start up process of NE.

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Figure 5.3-3 Enter NE Boot Mode

Then the windows as following will display,

Figure 5.3-4 Boot Mode of NE

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Plug out SC card.


Connect the Console port with Serial Cable and Management port with Ethernet Cable on SCE
Plus card.
Plug in SCE Plus with the new 512M CF card delivered by upgrade kits.
Press b when boot time appears.
Note:
If customer misses this operation, plug out the SC card and plug in again. Otherwise, traffic will lost.

Figure 5.3-5 NE start booting

Then the windows as following will display.

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Figure 5.3-6 Boot Mode

Press f 1to format flash, it will take several minutes.

Figure 5.3-7 Boot Commands

Press x i, you can see the following window, make sure the IP Address and Mask are same
as the shown in Figure 4.3-3 Configuration of Ethernet IP.

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Figure 5.3-8 IP Configuration

5.4

Download the MIB by FTP

Go to the FTP site directory c:\Inetpub\ftproot\ defined in Chapter 3.3.3 by using command
Window and enter folder where the MIB files locate as Figure 5.4-1.

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Figure 5.4-1 MIB files folder


Then, FTP NE IP address by entering the username is root, no password is need, you will see
the following window in Fig 5.4-2.

Figure 5.4-2 FTP to 7025 NE

Create the MIB folder by enter mkdir config, you will see the following window.

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Figure 5.4-1 Create MIB folder

Press cd config , bin, hash, prompt, you will see the following window.

Figure 5.4-2 FTP Setting

Press mput *.* to upload the MIB files to NE, you will see the following window.

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Figure 5.4-3 Download MIB to NE

5.5

Compare the MIB file size


Type dir and all the MIB which had downloaded to NE will show up. Open up the MIB files
which store in in c:\Inetpub\ftproot\ and randomly pick any file. Then, compare the size of file
with the NE MIB files. Figure 5.5-1 Compare the MIB file size
If the size is totally different with the file that you had compared, type del *.*. Re-download the
MIB by follow the Chapter 5.4 Download the MIB by FTP

Figure 5.5-1 Compare the MIB file size

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5.6

Warm Reboot NE
Switch to the Hyper Terminal Window as following, Press X to return to the Boot Mode and
press R to warm reboot NE.

During warm reboot NE, the Ethernet traffic related with RSTP/MSTP/GVRP will break for
several minutes.
For finalizing upgrade successfully, NE card reboot or cold reboot whole NE is mandatory. One
of the following two approaches could be chose:
 Cold reboot cards to complete the upgrade. The traffic on each card will be interrupted for no
more than 1 minute in worst scenario.
 Cold reboot NE to complete the upgrade. The traffic interruption could be up to 5 minutes in
worst scenario.

Note:
Either approach can be chosen to complete the upgrade, but first approach is recommended
5.6.1

Cold Reboot Cards


If the cold reboot NE approach is selected, please skip this chapter and move to Chapter 5.7
Cold Reboot NE Approach
After warm reboot NE, you should cold reboot cards in table 2.1.1 manually one by one.
During card cold reboot, the traffic on the card will be interrupted. Please follow the operation
sequence below to finish the card cold reboot.

5.6.1.1

Cold reboot 8xFE/L2 card


Right click on the 8 X FE/L2 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will
pop up:

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Figure 5.6-1 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 8XFE/L2 Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-2 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 8XFE/L2 Card

5.6.1.2

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 8xFE/T card
Right click on the 8XFE/T card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 5.6-3 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 8XFE/T Card

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Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-4 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 8XFE/T Card

5.6.1.3

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 1xGE/T card
Right click on the 1x GE/T card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 5.6-5 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 1XGE/T Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-6 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 1xGE/T Card

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
5.6.1.4

Cold reboot 4xSTM-1 card


Right click on the 4xSTM-1 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

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Figure 5.6-7 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 4XSTM-1 Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-8 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 4XSTM-1 Card

5.6.1.5

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 2xSTM-1 card
Right click on the 2xSTM-1 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 5.6-9 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1 Card

Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-10 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1 Card

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Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
5.6.1.6

Cold reboot 2xSTM-1E card

Note:
If STM-1E EPG is used, it is recommended to cold reboot the protection card first, wait for 3
minutes to make the protection card boot up completely, manually switch the traffic from the
working card to protection card and cold reboot the other one.
Right click on the 2xSTM-1E card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will
pop up:

Figure 5.6-11 right-click menu for Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1E Card

Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 5.6-12 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1E Card

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.

5.6.2

NE version verification
Click on ConfigurationNE  Software Management, you will get the following window.
Make sure that Active Software Version is Rel.4.3.1 Load 5.14.

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Figure 5.6-13 NE Version Verification

5.7

Cold Reboot NE Approach


Note:
Cold reboot whole NE to complete the upgrade. The traffic interruption could be up to 5 minutes in
worst scenario.

5.7.1

Cold reboot NE
Click on Configuration NE Cold Reboot NE, you will get following window.

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Figure 5.7-1 Cold Reboot NE


Click on Yes to execute cold reboot command:

Figure 5.7-2 Prompt window of cold Reboot

During the cold reboot, the connectivity between NE and TNMS-CT is interrupted, and the traffic
will be interrupted also. After rebooting the system the NE will online automatically.
5.7.2

NE version verification
Click on ConfigurationNE  Software Management, you will get the following window.
Make sure that Active Software Version is Rel.4.3.1 Load 5.14.

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Figure 5.7-3 NE Software version verification

5.8
5.8.1

Re-download the R4.3.1 software


Re-download Software
Since NE software load only exist in CF card after upgrade, therefore, its recommended to
download NE software load R4.3.1 Load 5.14 again for the security purpose.
Click Configuration NE  Software Management, you will get the following window.

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Figure 5.8-1 Software Management Window


Click FTP Setting to set the FTP, you will get the following window.

Figure 5.8-2 FTP setting


While username and password should be the same as the configuration of FTP server
application, if the user is using XP IIS FTP, and setup it according to chapter Error! Reference
source not found., the default user name is anonymous, password is any word.
Type the NE load name PBk1r43b514.bld behind Software file name, and then click on
download. It will take 30 minutes in worst case to download the new NE software to backup
area.

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After several minutes, the download is finished and clicks next.

Figure 5.8-3 Software completely downloaded


Click the Switch Software: to switch backup load to active area.

Figure 5.8-4 Switch the software to active area


Click Next to the next step. Then, click close to close the Software Management Window

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Figure 5.8-5 Close the Software Management Window

5.9
5.9.1

Final Verification
Alarm Verification
Click on Fault Active Alarms, you will get following window, make sure there is no active
alarm in this table or it should be same as the alarm recorded before (Please refer to Chapter
4.6). Otherwise, please refer to SURPASS hiT7025 R4.3 Troubleshooting Manual and clear all
active alarms.

Figure 5.9-1 Alarm verification

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5.9.2

NE Version verification
Click on ConfigurationNE  Software Management, you will get the following window.
Make sure that Active Software Version is Rel.4.3.1 Load 5.14

Figure 5.9-2 NE Software version verification

5.10 FALLBACK
If the traffic is abnormal after upgrade (For example: function problem, traffic dont return, or
other unpredictable problems), please fallback the foregone release. During the fallback, all
traffic will be interrupted.
Plug out the SCE PLUS card, and then plug in the original SC card with the original CF card.
The NE will start to warm reboot. During the warm reboot, the connection between NE and
TNMS-CT will be interrupted. About 5 minutes later, the traffic will restore.

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UPGRADE WITH SCE CARD


Note:

If SC card is used with hiT7025 R4.1.1, please skip this chapter;

This chapter is just for hiT7025 R4.2.2 with SCE card without CC upgrade to 33G/10G;

6.1

New NE Software and MIB backup


The SURPASS hiT7025 Release 4.3.1 Load 5.14 CD (P42022-P5142-R431) contains the new
NE release software.
It is necessary to copy this file from the CD to the FTP folder in your local PC, e.g., the filename
of new release software is PBk1r43b514.bld. Normally the FTP folder is %System
Drive%\Inetpub\ftproot
Follow Chapter 5.1 NE MIB upload to backup NE mib!

6.2

NE Software Management & FTP Setting


Click on ConfigurationNE software Management
Click FTP Setting and fill server IP and username, password in corresponding blank.

Figure 6.2-1 NE software management preparation

6.3

NE Software Download
Write down the new NE software filename in the software file name field, as PBk1r43b514.bld,
and then click on Download from Ftp Server. It will take 30 minutes in worst case to download
the new NE software.

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6.4

Software switching
Make sure the Backup Software Version is Rel.4.3 Load 5.14 and click on Switch in the NE
software Management.

Figure 6.4-1 NE software to be switched

The following window will pop up.

Figure 6.4-2 Confirmation window to confirm for switching software

Click on Yes, the value of Status of Last Command will change to Need reboot to
accomplish load switch, if switching is successful, TNMS CT for SURPASS hiT 7025 prompts
as follows.

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Figure 6.4-3 Prompt window of switching

The active software will become Rel 4.3 Build 5.14 after clicked on OK for the information
prompt message.

Figure 6.4-4 NE Software Management

6.5

Warm Reboot NE
Click warm reboot NE as below after software download finishs.

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Figure 6.5-1 Warm reboot NE


During warm reboot NE, the Ethernet traffic related with RSTP/MSTP/GVRP will break for
several minutes.
After warm reboot NE, please use TNMS-CT which could support hiT7025 R4.3.1 to connect the
NE again.
For finalizing upgrade successfully, NE card reboot or cold reboot whole NE is mandatory. One
of the following two approaches could be chose:
 Cold reboot cards to complete the upgrade. The traffic on each card will be interrupted for no
more than 1 minute in worst scenario.
 Cold reboot NE to complete the upgrade. The traffic interruption could be up to 5 minutes in
worst scenario.

Note:

Either approach can be chosen to complete the upgrade, but first approach is
recommended
6.5.1

Cold Reboot Cards


If the cold reboot NE approach is selected, please skip this chapter and move to Chapter 6.6
Cold Reboot NE Approach
After warm reboot NE, you should cold reboot cards in table 2.1.1 manually one by one.
During card cold reboot, the traffic on the card will be interrupted. Please follow the operation
sequence below to finish the card cold reboot.

6.5.1.1

Cold reboot 8xFE/L2 card


Right click on the 8 X FE/L2 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will
pop up:

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Figure 6.5-2 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 8XFE/L2 Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-3 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 8XFE/L2 Card

6.5.1.2

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 8xFE/T card
Right click on the 8XFE/T card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 6.5-4 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 8XFE/T Card

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Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-5 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 8XFE/T Card

6.5.1.3

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 1xGE/T card
Right click on the 1x GE/T card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 6.5-6 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 1XGE/T Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-7 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 1xGE/T Card

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
6.5.1.4

Cold reboot 4xSTM-1 card


Right click on the 4xSTM-1 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

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Figure 6.5-8 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 4XSTM-1 Card


Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-9 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 4XSTM-1 Card

6.5.1.5

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
Cold reboot 2xSTM-1 card
Right click on the 2xSTM-1 card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will pop
up:

Figure 6.5-10 Right-click menu for Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1 Card

Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-11 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1 Card

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Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.
6.5.1.6

Cold reboot 2xSTM-1E card

Note:
If STM-1E EPG is used, it is recommended to cold reboot the protection card first, wait for 3
minutes to make the protection card boot up completely, manually switch the traffic from the
working card to protection card and cold reboot the other one.
Right click on the 2xSTM-1E card and then click Cold Reboot Card, the following window will
pop up:

Figure 6.5-12 right-click menu for Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1E Card

Then the follow window will pop up:

Figure 6.5-13 Prompt window of Cold Reboot 2XSTM-1E Card

Then click Yes to cold reboot card, after that all traffic on the card will be interrupted.

6.5.2

NE version verification
Click on ConfigurationNE  Software Management, you will get the following window.
Make sure that Active Software Version is Rel.4.3.1 Load 5.14.

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Figure 6.5-13 NE Version Verification

6.6

Cold Reboot NE Approach


Note:
Cold reboot whole NE to complete the upgrade. The traffic interruption could be up to 5 minutes in
worst scenario.

6.6.1

Cold reboot NE
Click on Configuration NE Cold Reboot NE, you will get following window.

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Figure 6.6-1 Cold Reboot NE


Click on Yes to execute cold reboot command:

Figure 6.6-2 Prompt window of cold Reboot

During the cold reboot, the connectivity between NE and TNMS-CT is interrupted, and the traffic
will be interrupted also. After rebooting the system the NE will online automatically.
6.6.2

NE version verification
Click on ConfigurationNE  Software Management, you will get the following window.
Make sure that Active Software Version is Rel.4.3.1 Load 5.14.

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Figure 6.6-3 NE Software version verification

6.7
6.7.1

RE-DOWNLOAD R4.3 SOFTWARE


Re-download software
After the 7025 R4.3.1 startup completely, the CF active area and backup area will become
empty. It is strongly recommend user to download again the Load for the security
purpose.
.
Click on ConfigurationNE software Management
Then, Click FTP Setting to set the FTP, you will get the following window.

Figure 6.7-1 FTP setting

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While username and password should be the same as the configuration of FTP server
application, if the user is using XP IIS FTP, and setup it according to Chapter 3.3.3 Setup FTP
Service in Windows XP the default user name is anonymous, password is any words.
Type in the Load R4.3 PBk1r43b514.bld which is mentioned in Chapter 6.1New NE Software
and click download. It will take 30 minutes in worst case to download the new NE software to
backup area.

Figure 6.7-2 Starting download the software to the CF backup area.

After a several minutes, the download is finished and clicks next.

Figure 6.7-3 Software completely downloaded

Click the Switch Software to switch backup load to active area.


The software is switch completely and clicks Next to the next step.

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Figure 6.7-4 Switch the load to active area

Click close to close the Software Management Window (Figure 6.7-5 Close the Software
Management Window)

Figure 6.7-5 Close the Software Management Window

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6.8
6.8.1

FINAL VERIFICATION
Alarm Verification
Click on Fault Active Alarms, you will get following window, make sure there is no active
alarm in this table or it should be same as the alarm recorded before (Please refer to Chapter4.4
Alarm Management). Otherwise, please refer to SURPASS hiT 7025 R4.3 Troubleshooting
Manual and clear all active alarms.

Figure 6.8-1 Alarm verification

6.8.2

NE Version verification
Click Configuration  NE software Management, you will get following window. Make sure
that Active Software Version is Rel. 4.3 Load 5.14. (Figure 6.8-2 NE Software version
verification)

Figure 6.8-2 NE Software version verification

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6.9

Fallback
If the traffic is abnormal after upgrade (For example: function problem, traffic dont return, or
other unpredictable problems), please fallback the foregone release. During the fallback, all
traffic will be interrupted.

6.9.1

NE serial port setup



Connect the serial cable on the NE Console port and computers serial port.


Create a HyperTerminal connection to the console port.

1. Name the unit: SURPASS hiT 7025


Click on Start->Program->Accessories->Communications->Hyper Terminal
In the HyperTerminal window shown below, enter the name of the unit hiT 7025, and click
on OK.

Figure 6.9-1 Create new connection for HyperTerminal

2. Connection To: COM 1


Select COM 1 in the Connect Description window and click on OK>, COM 1 means the real
COM Port which connect to computer.

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Figure 6.9-2 HyperTerminal connection selection window

3. Port Configuration
Hyper Terminal Configuration:
Configure the Port setting as follows:
Bits per second: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None
Finally,
Click OK

Figure 6.9-3 COM properties

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6.9.2

Fallback to foregone release for SCE card


Note:
It is important to connect the console cable between SCEs serial port and computers COM port
and make sure the Hyper Terminal is working normally before plug out the SCE card.
Plug out and insert back the SCE card. In the hyper terminal, press b when the counter down
is started.

Figure 6.9-4 Count down timer during NE start up

Press e to check the SCE cards EEPROM information.

Figure 6.9-5 NE Boot Menu

Press e and input 01 to check the SCE cards EEPROM.

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Figure 6.9-6 EEPROM configuration


It is necessary to check the TLV value is correct for type 6 and 7. If the type 6 and 7 is no found
in the page 1, press u or d to move Up/Down to the next page.

Figure 6.9-7 SCE cards EEPROM information

The TLV is found in other page and correct TLV values for 6 and 7 should be : Type:7, Length: 4,
Value:0:0:5:20; Type:6, Length:4, Value:0:0:5:20.

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If the TLV for 6 or /and 7 is no found, add the 2 TLV values by pressing a and fill out the
correct TLV as mentioned above.
OR
If the TLV for 6 or /and 7 is wrong, delete the TLV by pressing e and fill in the type6 or/and
7. Add the TLV value by pressing a and fill out the correct 2 TLV values as mentioned above.

Figure 6.9-8 TLV values for type 6 and 7

Press x to exit this EEPROM configuration for SEC card and press x again to exit the
EEPROM cards configuration. In the boot menu, press r to reboot NE.
When countdown timer is shown, press b.

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Figure 6.9-9 Count down timer during NE start up (continued)

In the Boot Menu, press i to enter the IP configuration.

Figure 6.9-10 IP configuration

Press 1 and type motfcc to change Boot device

Press 2 and type the NE Ethernet IP address.

Press 3 and type NE Ethernet Mask.

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Press 4 and type FTP Server IP addresses. (IP address which is used as FTP
server on TNMS CT computer, please make sure the NE Ethernet IP address and
Target IP address are in the same subnet).

Press 7 to input FTP user name.(default : anonymous if use the FTP server on OS)

Press 8 to input FTP password.(the password is any word if use the FTP server on

Press x to return to Boot Mode.

OS )

Then, press o in Boot Mode to enter the system maintain. (Figure 6.9-11 System Maintain)

Figure 6.9-11 System Maintain

Type f to enter the flash update. Then, enter 70x5sce.bin for the boot image file name.

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Figure 6.9-12 Enter the boot image file name.

After that, confirmations file size need to enter. Press enter to continue and Bin file will start
downloading.

Figure 6.9-13 Bin file is downloading


Plug out and plug in the SCE card after bin file is downloaded and the boot version is change to
1.8.8.7/1.8.8.8. Press b when a counter timer is shown and enter to Boot Menu.

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Figure 6.9-14 Boot image is changed

After login the Boot Menu press f to enter the Flash Commands. Then, press 1 to format the
flash.

Figure 6.9-15 Flash Commands

After finish format the flash, press x to exit this Boot Commands menu.

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Press r to reboot and press b when the countdown is shown

Figure 6.9-16 Count down timer during NE start up (continued)

When Boot Menu is log on, press i to enter the IP configuration.

Figure 6.9-17 IP Configuration

 Press 1 and type motfcc to change Boot device


 Press 2 and type the NE Ethernet IP address.
 Press 3 and type NE Ethernet Mask.

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 Press 4 and type FTP Server IP addresses. (IP address which is used as FTP server on
TNMS CT Computer, please make sure the NE Ethernet IP address and Target IP address are
in the same subnet).
 Press 6 to input the original NE software name: PBk1r42b501.bld (load file name for 7025
R4.2.2).
 Press 7 to input FTP user name.(default : anonymous if use the FTP server on OS)
 Press 8 to input FTP password.(the password is any words if use the FTP server on OS )
 Press x to return to Boot Mode.
 Follow Chapter 5.4 and 5.5 to download the MIB files to NE and check if they are correct.
 Press c to enter the Command Mode and type @ to continue downloading the load.

Figure 6.9-18 Command Mode

6.9.3

Download software Load file


Click on ConfigurationNE software Management
Then, Click FTP Setting to set the FTP, you will get the following window.

Figure 6.9-19 FTP setting

While username and password should be the same as the configuration of FTP server
application, if the user is using XP IIS FTP, and setup it according to Chapter 3.3.3 Setup FTP
Service in Windows XP the default user name is anonymous, password is any words.

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Type the software name for Release 4.2.2 PBk1r42b501.bld. Then, click download. It will take
30 minutes in worst case to download the new NE software to backup area.

Figure 6.9-20 NE software management

Click Switch and the following window will pop up:

Figure 6.9-21 Confirmation prompt message of NE Software switching

Click Yes, the value of Status of Last Command will change to Need reboot to accomplish
load switch!, if switching is successful, TNMS-CT prompts as following

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Figure 6.9-22 Prompt window of switching

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CC CARD SMOOTH UPGRADE IN HIT7025 R4.3.1


This chapter defines the upgrade rule from hiT7025 15G/5G system or 7.2G/2.5G system to
33G/10G system in hiT7025 R4.3.1. It is a CC capacity upgrade and the upgrade is mainly
related to the Cross Connection module including CC and CC1+1. Clear MIB is not needed
during CC card upgrade; the upgrade solution will keep all traffic including the traffic on the CC
interface by means of CC1+1. For the traffic on CC interface will be interrupted during the card
replace, for other traffic, hit will be less than 50ms.

7.1

Security Port Configuration


Click on Security Security Settings, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.1-1 General Security Settings

Click on Port Protection, you will get the following window.

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Figure 7.1-2 Security Settings: Port Protection


Select Open in the option of Port 21/tcp (ftp service), and then click on Apply, you will get the
following window.

Figure 7.1-3 Open the FTP service

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7.2

NE MIB Upload and Backup


Click on Configuration NE MIB Management, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.2-1 MIB Upload

Click on Browse to define which path MIB files will be uploaded, and then click on Upload
MIB, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.2-2 Starting upload the MIB

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After MIB upload successfully, you will get the following window, and then click on Close to
close the window.

Figure 7.2-3 MIB is downloaded successfully

7.3

CC Smooth Upgrade Instructions

Note:
It is recommended choose the standby CC card firstly to replace of original CC card with STM16/4/1 33G/10G. Please manual switch the standby CC if the port of the card is configured the
protection traffic (For instance, MSP, MS-SPRING); Otherwise, traffic will hit more than expected.

Plug out the one CC card and insert the STM-16/4/1 33G/10G.

Replace the SFP and fiber to port 1 of the STM-16/4/1 33G/10G. Element Management will
probably close automatically and reopen automatically after several minutes.

The status of the CC card will change to mismatch where the new card had been inserted.
Right hand click the mismatch CC card, select the CC smooth upgrade

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Figure 7.3-1 Right click the CC smooth upgrade on the mismatch card.

Click on CC Smooth Upgrade, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.3-2 CC Smooth Upgrade Window guide

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Click on Next, you will get the following window Then, Click the Set upgrade-state when the
operation status is shown Card is ready you will get the following window.

Figure 7.3-3 CC card is ready for smooth upgrade

.
After Set upgrade-state is press, the prompt message immediately shows up information to
click the Warm Reboot button to finish this upgrade process.

Figure 7.3-4 Waiting for warm reboot

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Click on Warm Reboot, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.3-5 Warm Reboot Confirmation Window

Click on Yes, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.3-6 Warm Reboot Message Window

Click on OK, Element Management will close automatically. During the NE warm reboot,
protection traffic will be interrupted around 10 seconds because of CC1+1 switch. It will take
around 5 minutes to warm reboot NE completely, and then open the Element Management. You
will get the following window.

Figure 7.3-7 Chassis View after Warm Reboot

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Plug out the CC card with mismatched status, and then plug in the CC+STM16/4/1 card.
Meanwhile, connect the SFP into the port 1 on CC+STM16/4/1. Element Management will
probably close automatically and reopen automatically after several minutes. Then you will get
the following window.

Figure 7.3-8 Chassis View after CC card changed

7.4

Fallback for CC card smooth upgrade


If the traffic is abnormal after CC upgrade, please fallback to the original CC card. During the
fallback, all traffic will be interrupted.
Plug out CC+STM16/4/1, and then plug in the original CC card. Meanwhile, replace the SFP into
the port 1 on the original CC card. Click on Configuration NE MIB Management, you
will get the following window.

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Figure 7.4-1 MIB Management Window

Click on Download tab, Click on Browse to select the path which was defined to upload MIB
files in Chapter 7.2, and the click on Download MIB, you will get the following window.

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Figure 7.4-2 MIB Download Window

After MIB download successfully, you will get the following window.

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Figure 7.4-3 MIB downloaded successfully

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Click on Next, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.4-4 Waiting to switch

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Click on Switch MIB on Active SC, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.4-5 MIB is Switch to the active area

After MIB switch successfully, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.4-6 MIB Switched successfully

Click on Next, you will get the following window.

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Figure 7.4-7 Cold reboot NE

Select Cold, and then click on Reboot, you will get the following window.

Figure 7.4-8 Cold Reboot Confirmation Window

Click on Yes, you will get the following window.

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Figure 7.4-9 Cold Reboot Message Window

Element Management will close automatically during cold rebooting, after rebooting the system
the NE will online automatically.

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