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FibeAir

IP-10
G-Series

Front Panel Description

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Front Panel Overview

(GUI Example

Lets go over the front panel connections of the IP-10 G-Series


We shall explain them one by one, left to right
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CLI Serial Connection

DB9 Craft Line Interface (CLI)


Baud: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None
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EOW Easy Comm. Via Radio

Engineering Order Wire


To communicate with your colleague on the
other side of the radio link, simply connect
here your headset

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External Alarms

DB9 Dry Contact External Alarms


The IP-10 supports 5 input alarms and a single output alarm
The input alarms are configurable according to:
1) Intermediate, 2) Critical, 3) Major, 4) Minor and 5) Warning

The output alarm is configured according to predefined categories

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LED Indications

LINK:

GREEN radio link is operational


ORANGE - minor BER alarm on radio
RED Loss of signal, major BER alarm on

radio
OT

T
RM

PR

U
RF

ID

N
LI

IDU:

GREEN IDU functions ok


ORANGE - fan failure
RED Alarm on IDU (all severities)

RFU:

GREEN RFU functions ok


ORANGE Loss of communication (IDU-

RFU)
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RED ODU Failure

LED Indications

PROT:

Main unit GREEN (when there no alarms)


STBY unit: YELLOW (when there no alarms)
ORANGE Forced switch, Protection lock
RED physical errors (no cable, cable failure)

OT

T
RM

PR

U
RF

ID

N
LI

OFF Protection is disabled, or not supported on


device

RMT:

GREEN remote unit OK (no alarms)


ORANGE minor alarm on remote unit
RED major alarm on remote unit

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User Channels (1)

Two software-selectable user channels (RJ-45):


A single synchronous channel OR two asynchronous channels
Each asynchronous channel will make use of its own RJ-45 external
interface
The synchronous channel mode will make use of both interfaces
(acting as a single interface)
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User Channels (2)

Modes of operation:
V.11 Asynchronous (9600bps)
RS-232 Asynchronous (9600bps)
V.11 Synchronous Co-Directional (64Kbps)
V.11 Synchronous Contra Directional (64Kbps)
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User Channels (3)

Allowed configurations:
Two RS-232 Asynchronous UCs (default)
Two V.11 Asynchronous UCs
One RS-232 Asynchronous UC, and one V.11 Asynchronous UC
One V.11 Synchronous Co-Directional
One V.11 Synchronous Contra Directional UC
> All settings are copied to Mate when working in Protected mode
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Protection Port

Protection Port (only for standalone units)


Protect your Main unit with a STBY unit
Protection ports on both units deliver the proprietary protocol to
support automatic or manual switchover
The FE protection port is static (only used for protection, not traffic). Its switching is performed
electrically. If the unit is a stand-alone, an external connection is made through the front panel. If the
unit is connected to a backplane, the connection is through the backplane, while the front panel port
is unused.
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T-Cards (Add-on Mezzanines)

Field upgradeable modules (T-Cards):


16 x E1 T-Card (32 total per unit)
DS1 T-Card
STM1/OC3 MUX T-Card
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T-Cards (Add-on Mezzanines)

An optional STM-1 interface card can be inserted in a dedicated slot in the


system; the card can transmit and receive up to 63 E1s in a channelized
STM-1 signal.
The supported mapping is VC4 only:
VC-12->TU-12->TUG-2->TUG-3->VC-4->AU-4->AUG
The STM-1 T-card is only supported in unprotected main units or in
unprotected stand-alone IDUs
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GbE Ports

Two GbE ports, each port with 2 physical interfaces:


Port #1: optical (SFP transceiver) or electrical
Port #2: optical (SFP transceiver) or electrical
GbE ports support QoS as in IP-10 (scheduler, policers, shaper, classifiers)

Port #2
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Port #1
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FE Ports

5 FE ports:
Port 3:
Port 4:
Port 5,6 &7:

Data
Data or WSC (2 Mbps Wayside Channel)
Data or local management

All ports support QoS as in IP-10 (scheduler, policers, shaper, classifiers)

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Radio and misc.

The Radio port is the switchs 8th port (same as in IP-10)


In addition
Grounding
-48vdc Power Connector
Fan Drawer

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XC using a Shelf Configuration

XC operation is implemented using two-unit backplanes, which


provide the interconnectivity.
Up to three backplanes, consisting of six IDUs, can be stacked to
provide an expandable system
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XC using a Shelf Configuration


All IDUs that operate
within
the XC system have
identical hardware, and
act
.as stand-alone units
The 2 lower units can be configured as Main units.
The role an IDU plays is determined during installation by its
position in the traffic interconnection topology
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Thank You !

training@ceragon.com

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