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FlexiPacket Hub Software Plug-in

FlexiPacket Hub Software Plug-in

Contents
1 FlexiPacket Hub Software Plug-in Introduction 3
2 FlexiPacket Software Plug-in Description 8

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1 FlexiPacket Hub Software Plug-in


Introduction

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1.1 Introduction
This chapter provides the user with the information necessary for the management
via software of the FlexiPacket Hub equipment with SVR 4.5.
The management can be implemented via the following systems:
NetViewer: radio equipment supervision system
LCT: management system of a radio link and/or the local radio equipment.
The FlexiPacket Hub plug-in adds to NetViewer/LCT the capacity to manage the
FlexiPacket Hub equipment.

1.2 Equipment Functions


The A-2200 and A-1200 equipment SVR 4.5 support the following functions:
Card management
Management of the inventory data
Hardware data
Software data
Configuration management:
Ip Address visualization (only RO)
Date and Time management (only RO)
Port management
Services E-Line and CESoP
Protection
Synchronization Network Connection
System measurements:
Counters relevant to the traffic ports
Alarm management:
Summarized status of the NE
Complete Fault Management
Management systems:
Local supervision of NE via LCT
Remote supervision of NEs into the radio network via NetViewer
Security:
Authentication based on user classes and passwords

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1.3 Security
The Security is the possibility to access to the equipment only for authorized users
and is always enabled for an SNMP equipment. Each user is characterized by a user
class and by a password. The user class defines the access privileges to the
equipment and to the relevant information.
SNMP protocol uses the notion of community to manage the security access.
Two communities are foreseen relevant to the two user classes:
readonly (default password "public"), is the default Community for the
Read Only user class
readwrite (default password "private"), is the default Community for
the Read/Write user class

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1.4 Loading of NE Profile


In NetViewer/LCT, to activate the Element Manager functions, it is necessary to load
the equipment profile and then to access to the equipment (NE opening).
The map represents the graphical interface of NetViewer/LCT for the access to the
radio equipment.
At the map opening, NetViewer/LCT attempts to connect all the equipment present in
the map; for each equipment the connection phase is executed in the following way:
if a communication error is detected, the system displays a generic NE
icon with grey background color (involuntary disabling status)
if the connection is successfully executed, the program executes the
login and the uploading of the equipment profile and it displays the icon
that identifies the equipment type.
When the profile has been uploaded, it is necessary to open the NE (Open command
from GUI) to upload the operating menu for the equipment control and configuration.
In NetViewer the login to NEs is automatically made at the opening of the map.
In LCT, for each NEs, the manual login is required when the command to open the
NE is issued.
In order to open the NE it is possible either using Open command and double-click
on icons/label in Map Tree View, NE View and Map View.
In case of connection towards equipments whose plug-in is not installed, the system
displays the unknown equipment icon; the equipment is not supported.
The background color of the equipment name signals the summarized status of the
equipment itself that coincides with the alarm of highest severity.

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1.5 Structure of the Operating Menu


FlexiPacket Hub operating menu is a tree menu, whose root is made by the name/IP
address of the NE (Fig. 1).
The NE operating menu can be accessed selecting the NE in the map and is
available only if the NE is open (this operation can be performed by Open command
from GUI or double-click on icons/label in Map Tree View, NE View and Map View).
FlexiPacket Hub LCT operating menu is provided with the following options:
Status and Config: this menu allows configuring the equipment,
according to the available hardware.
Measurement: The Measurements menu includes counters relevant to
the traffic on the Ethernet ports of the equipment.
NE Info: this menu allows reading/writing the general system
information.
Alarm List: functionality that provides the list of all the alarms currently
active on the equipment.
History Report: functionality that provides a report with all the events
occurred on the equipment
Services: functionality that allows creating and managing E-Line and
CESoP services.

Fig. 1 Operating Menu via LCT

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1.6 Specifying interface numbers


The HUB interfaces are defined as follow:
<Module _number>/<port_number> A specific port from a specific module. The
module number
is defined as follows:
A-2200:
Module 0: for onboard SFP ports
Module 1 or 2: for the removable module

A-1200:
Module 0: for onboard 100/100Base-X and 10/100/1000Base-T ports;
on the Modular Version there are 4 SFP ports. SFP port 3 and SFP port
4 are in alternative to the Electrical port 3 and 4.
Module 1: for onboard E1/T1 ports
Module 2: for the removable module

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2 FlexiPacket Software Plug-in Description

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2.1 Status and Config


The Status and Config menu allows checking the operating status of the equipment
and configuring, according to the available hardware, all the system, operating and
network parameters.
The Status and Config menu (Fig. 2) contains the following options:
Equipment: Configuration of the equipment (par.2.1.1)
Product and Software: Management of the HW/SW data (par.2.1.2)
Network: Configuration of the network parameters (par.2.1.3)
Time Settings: Configuration of the time setting (par.2.1.4)
Protection: Protection management (par.2.1.5)
Synchronization (par.2.1.6)

Fig. 2

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2.1.1 Equipment
The Equipment command of the Status and Config menu displays the
Equipment Status & Configuration window (Fig. 3, Fig. 4 Fig. 5 and Fig. 6), which
is the base window for the equipment management.
The Equipment Status & Configuration window gives access to the following
configuration windows by pressing the corresponding push-buttons:
Port Management (par.2.1.1.1) Configure push button of the involved
areas (Module 1 or Module 2 or Main Board Interface)
Backup/Restore (par.2.1.1.2)
Local History Log (par.2.1.1.3)

Moreover, the Equipment Status & Configuration window resumes the current
operating status of the equipment, displaying the equipment functional layout and the
possible status and alarm signals.
WARNING
In case of login with reading only privileges (Read Only user class), the setting
fields of the configuration windows are all read-only.

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Fig. 3 HUB 2200 Equipment Status & Configuration window (8-port Eth Module 1 8-port T1/E1Module 2 TIC Module 8-port
T1/E1 configuration)

Fig. 4 HUB 2200 Equipment Status & Configuration window (8-port Eth Module 1 16-port T1/E1Module 2 TIC Module 32-
port T1/E1 configuration)

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Fig. 5 HUB 1200 Equipment Status & Configuration window (Modular configuration)

Fig. 6 HUB 1200 Equipment Status & Configuration window (Fixed configuration)

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The Equipment Status & Configuration window provides alarm signals and slot list:

Status signals
In the System Severity section, a LED and the relevant label point out the current
status of the summary alarm severity:
green LED on: no alarm activated, system is Normal.
blue LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Testing is
activated.
yellow LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Warning is
activated.
orange LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Minor is
activated.
red LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Major is
activated.
purple LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Critical is
activated.
grey LED on: at least one alarm with maximum severity Indeterminate
is activated.

The alarms are grouped according to the following severity summary signals:
Critical: alarm condition affecting the operation and that needs an
immediate corrective action.
Major: alarm condition affecting the operation and that needs an urgent
corrective action.
Minor: alarm condition affecting the operation. The user has to execute
a corrective action to prevent higher damages.
Warning: condition of potential alarm or potential service prevention. It
is necessary to execute an action for an additional diagnosis and to
correct the trouble to prevent that it can cause the most serious failures.
Indeterminate: alarm situation with indeterminate character that does
not require the execution of any corrective action or diagnosis.

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Slot List HUB 2200


The Equipment Status & Configuration window shows the list of slots for
FlexiPacket Hub:
Module 1
Module 2
TIC Mobile
Power Supply 1
Power Supply 2
Patch Panel 1
Patch Panel 2

The physical plug-in supports only two configuration types of the Access
Modules 1 and 2:
8-port Ethernet Access card at Module 1 and 8-port T1/E1 CES
Access card at Module 2 (and TIC 8-port T1/E1), no way to invert the
access cards at Module 1 with the access card at Module 2.
8-port Ethernet Access card at Module 1 and 16-port T1/E1 Access
card at Module 2 (and TIC Module 32-port T1/E1), no way to invert
the access card at Module 1 with the access card at Module 2.
8-port Ethernet Access card at Module 1 and 4-port STM1/OC3
Access card at Module 2 (and TIC Module 32-port T1/E1).

Slot List HUB 1200


The Equipment Status & Configuration window shows the list of slots for FlexiPacket
Hub:
Module 0
Module 1
Module 2 (Modular Version)
Power Supply

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2.1.1.1 Port Management


To display and modify the port settings, click on the Configure push-button of the
involved area of the Equipment Status & Configuration window.
The system displays the corresponding Port Management window (from Fig. 7 to Fig.
14).
Parameters
The window is structured as a table with the following columns:

Description: description of the port


Admin Status: administrative status (allowing to enable or disable the port). It
is possible to modify the setting of the ports by double clicking on a cell under
Admin Status column. In the HUB 1200 Modular Version there are 4 SFP
ports. Port 3 and 4 are in alternative to the Electrical ports 3 and 4.
Operational Status: operating status (reporting the Up/Down status of the
port itself)
Mode: port mode (reporting the UNI/NNI mode of the port)
Local Management: displayed values are "Yes" in case the management port
is activated or "-" on the contrary. In case of Local Management "Yes" the
administrative status is grey out (Fig. 7, Fig. 8 and Fig. 13).
Framing: for HUB 2200 8-port T1/E1 and 16-port T1/E1 and for HUB 1200 8-
port T1/E1 access module, is possible to set the port framing type directly from
the Port Management window (Fig. 9, Fig. 10 and Fig. 14). In case of 4-port
STM1/OC3 module, the port framing type can be accessed clicking on the
Advanced button on Port Management window (Fig. 11 and Fig. 12). Valid
values of the framing mode are (Fig. 15):
Double Frame: framing without CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check); only
relevant for E1 interfaces.
Multi-Frame: multi-framing with CRC verification; only relevant for E1
interfaces.
Unframed: ignores framing information and transfers the data stream
transparently.

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InterWorking Function: for 4-port STM1/OC3, 8-port T1/E1, 16-port T1/E1


access module is possible to set Interworking Function Parameters. They are:
IP Address, SubnetMask and Default Gateway: settings to identify the
TDM card for the CESoP Services.
Jitter Buffer (Fig. 15): the jitter buffer depth in milliseconds. The jitter
buffer operates according to a configurable threshold which defines the
level that must be reached before CES packets are sent to the TDM
side. The correct buffer configuration depends on many factors like
CESoP Packet size, Number of Radio Hops involved in the CES
Service, Radio Channels Bandwidths, Modulations..). A tool has been
developed to set the correct value. For the 4-port STM1/OC3 card, and
for the HUB 1200, the setting is in the pseudo wire configuration.
Inactivity Threshold (Fig. 15): configuration about the inactivity (Frame
Loss Ratio). For the 4-port STM1/OC3 card, the setting is in the pseudo
wire configuration.
Path trace parameters: can be accessed only for 4-port STM1/OC3 clicking
on the Advanced push-button on Port Management window (Fig. 11).
Tx Source Option: for HUB 2200 8-port T1/E1, 16-port T1/E1 and 4-port
STM1/OC3 access module and for HUB 1200 8 port T1/E1 Access Module, is
possible to set the source of transmit clock for TDM payload for each interface.
Available selections are (Fig. 15):
loop: the interface line clock (RX) is used to transmit data (TX).
system-sync: the CES system clock is used (Network Clock distributed
via Synch Ethernet or Timing over Packet)
recovered: the differential clock is used; only applicable to a physical
port connected to a CES Pseudo Wire.
internal
WARNING
The "Tx Source Option" will be automatically selected by the system at the end
of the Pseudo wire configuration. If in the Pseudo wire configuration the
differential clock is selected, the system will choose "recovered".
If the differential clock is not selected (because all the TDM signals are
synchronous with the Network clock), the system will choose "system-sync".

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Fig. 7 HUB 2200 Port Management window - Module 0

Fig. 8 HUB 2200 Port Management window - Module 1 (8-port Eth Access Module)

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Fig. 9 HUB 2200 Port Management window - Module 2 (8-port T1/E1 Access Module)

Fig. 10 HUB 2200 Port Management window - Module 2 (16-port T1/E1 Access Module)

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Fig. 11 Port Management window - Module 2 (4-port STM1/OC3 Access Module)

Fig. 12 Port Management window - Module 2 - Advanced parameters (4-port STM1/OC3 Access Module)

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Fig. 13 HUB 1200 Port Management window - Module 0 (8-port Eth Access Module)

Fig. 14 HUB 1200 Port Management window - Module 1

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Framing Type Selection Tx Clock Option Selection

Jitter Buffer Selection Inactivity Threshold Selection

Fig. 15

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2.1.1.2 Backup/Restore
Local History Log and Backup/Restore features require the installed FTP Server
running.
The default user and password automatically configured on the FTP Server for
FlexiPacketHub are the following ones:
USER: esu
PASSWORD: esu
Click the Backup/Restore push button of the Equipment Status & Configuration
window to open the Backup/Restore window (Fig. 16).

Fig. 16 Backup/Restore window

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Click Get config file from NE (Backup) or Put config file on NE (Restore) push
buttons, of the Backup/Restore window to open the FTP Server Settings window
(Fig. 17 and Fig. 18).

Fig. 17 FTP Server Settings window for Backup procedure

Fig. 18 FTP Server Settings window for Restore procedure

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In the previously displayed figures, Destination IP address\Source IP address is


the IP address of PC where FTP server is configured and running.
The default (Destination\Source) IP address is the one configured on PC where
NetViewer server\LCT is installed.
Click on the Modify push button to enter the configuration data. In order to use the
FTP server installed with LCT with the default configuration, insert:
User Name:esu
Password: esu
Click the OK button to start the operation.
For Backup operation, the config file FlexiPacketHubBackup.gz is created,
transferred on FTP server in the preconfigured directory and renamed as
FlexiPacketHubBackup_NE_IpAddress.gz (default directory using the FTP Server
installed with the LCT is reported in Fig. 19).
If an older version of the FlexiPacketHubBackup_NE_IpAddress.gz, backup file is
already present in the preconfigured directory where FTP Server executes file
transfer; this file will be overwritten by the newer one.
No warning message is displayed to inform the user about the file overwriting.
For Restore operation the file FlexiPacketHubBackup_NE_IpAddress.gz is
transferred from FTP Server to NE.
For Restore operation a confirm dialog appears (Fig. 20) to warn the user that NE
management will be temporarily lost. After few seconds the NE goes offline and than
restart with saved configuration.
If no FlexiPacketHubBackup_NE_IpAddress.gz backup file is present in the
preconfigured directory where FTP Server starts the file transfer operation, the
Restore procedure fails.
No warning message is displayed to inform the user about the absence of the
FlexiPacketHubBackup_NE_IpAddress.gz backup file, needed to restore
procedure execution.

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Fig. 19 FTP Server default directory

Fig. 20 Action Execute window

Last Backup state and Last Restore state fields in the Backup/Restore window
show the result of operations. Restore result are shown only after a NE restart.
In case of NE login with reading only privileges (Read Only user class), the
Backup/Restore button of the Equipment Status & Configuration window is
disabled.

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2.1.1.3 Local History Log


Click the Local History Log push button of the Equipment Status &
Configuration window to open the Local History Log window (Fig. 21).

Fig. 21 Local History Log window

Click FTP transfer push button, of the Local History Log window to open the FTP
Server Settings window (Fig. 22).

Fig. 22 FTP Server Settings window

In the previously displayed figure, Destination IP address is the IP address of PC


where FTP server is configured and running.

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Click on the Modify push button to enter the configuration data. In order to use the
FTP server installed with LCT with the default configuration, insert:
User Name:esu
Password: esu
Click the OK button to start the operation.
A file EventLog.txt is created, transferred on FTP server in the preconfigured
directory and renamed as EventLog_NE_IpAddress.txt (default directory using the
FTP Server installed with the LCT is reported in Fig. 23)..
If an older version of the EventLog_NE_IpAddress.txt backup file is already present
in the preconfigured directory where FTP Server executes file transfer, this file will be
overwritten by the newer one. No warning message is displayed to inform the user
about the file overwriting.
Last Transfer state field in the Local History Log window (Fig. 24) shows the result
of operation.
An example of EventLog file is reported in Fig. 25. File was opened with Explorer

Fig. 23

Fig. 24

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2.1.2 Product and Software


Selecting the Product and Software command in the Status and Config menu, the
Inventory window opens (Fig. 26 and Fig. 27), where the user can read and manage
the data relevant to the equipment software and hardware current configuration.

Fig. 26 HUB 2200 Inventory window

Fig. 27 HUB 1200 Inventory window

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The Inventory window contains three push-buttons:


Equipment push-button, opens the Equipment Software Inventory Data
window, showing inventory information about the equipment.
NetViewer/LCT push-button, opens the About NetViewer/About LCT
window, showing inventory information about the management system
used to control the equipment.
Report push-button, runs the application for the recording of the
Hardware data to file.

2.1.2.1 Equipment
Pressing the Equipment push-button of the Inventory window (Fig. 26 and Fig. 27),
the Equipment Software Inventory Data window opens (Fig. 28 and Fig. 29), where
the user can read the following data:
Release of the software loaded on the active memory bank of the
Controller unit
Release of the software loaded on the standby memory bank of the
Controller unit
SVR of the software running on each equipment hardware unit

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Fig. 28 HUB 2200 Equipment Software Inventory Data window

Fig. 29 HUB1200 Equipment Software Inventory Data window

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2.1.2.2 LCT/NetViewer
The LCT/NetViewer push-button of the Inventory window (Fig. 26) opens the About
LCT window (Fig. 30) or About NetViewer window (Fig. 31), which shows the
following software data:
software code of LCT or NetViewer
software release of LCT or NetViewer and of the plug-in

Fig. 30 About LCT Window

Fig. 31 About NetViewer window

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2.1.2.3 Report
The Report push-button of the Inventory window (Fig. 26 and Fig. 27) runs an
application program of NetViewer/LCT, which allows executing the report of the
inventory data and to save it on a file.
The user can use every text editor to open the report file and to display the inventory
data.
In the report file, the following data are available (the data of each unit are available if
the unit is On Line):
System:
Equipment SVR
Software Release
Active Bank
Stand-by Software Load:
Software Release
Stand-by Bank
Hardware:
Module 1
Module 2
TIC Module (only HUB 2200)
PS 1
PS 2 (only HUB 2200)
Fan
Module 1:
Serial Number
Hardware Code
Module 2:
Serial Number
Hardware Code
TIC Module (only HUB 2200):
Serial Number
Hardware Code
PS 1:
Serial Number
Hardware Code

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PS 2 (only HUB 2200):


Serial Number
Hardware Code
Fan:
Serial Number
Hardware Code

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2.1.3 Network
The Network command of the Status and Config menu displays the networking
parameters (Fig. 32).
The Networking mask shows the IpAddress, NetMask and Default Gateway
information related to the In Band or Out Of Band management.
Out of Band
The Out of Band management is a network scenario where the management of local
FlexiPacket Hub is performed through the dedicated management port available on
the equipment main board. The port is a member of an out-of-band IP subnet
different from the one used for customer data. This kind of management requires two
dedicated management ports and an additional Ethernet switch installed on site, but
it allows configuring a dedicated management EVC with the desired reliability and
performance levels.
In Band
The In Band management is a network configuration that allows the control of local
and remote equipments through a dedicated port on an Ethernet access module
(used as management port). In-band management uses a dedicated VLAN for
management traffic.

Fig. 32 Networking window

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2.1.4 Time settings configuration


The Time Settings command of the Status and Config menu allows to select two
mutually exclusive functionality for the configuration of the equipment time:
Date and Time
Time server configuration

2.1.4.1 Date and Time


Click Date and Time command to display the Date & Time window (Fig. 33) for
reading the date and the time of the equipment.
Displayed Current Date and Current Time are read-only parameters.

Fig. 33 Date & Time window

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2.1.4.2 Time server configuration


Time server configuration command allows the clock synchronization of the NE to
the time reference provided by a SNTP Time Server reachable via IP network. The
Time Server distributes the GMT time, which can be adjusted depending on its own
time zone and of the daylight saving time.
Click Time Server Configuration command to display the SNTP Synchronization
window (Fig. 34). In this window it is possible to enable/disable the functionality
through the SNTP Synchronization status paramenter and it is possible to set the
IP address of a "Primary" SNTP Server and the IP address of a "Secondary" Server.
The secondary server is contacted if primary is not reachable: the field Time Server
In Use displays the server actually contacted.

Fig. 34 SNTP Synchronization window

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In order to highlight the risks relevant to the configuration of the SNTP


synchronization, the upper part of the SNTP Synchronization window permanently
displays the following message (Fig. 35):

Fig. 35 SNTP Synchronization warning message

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Fields in the SNTP Synchronization window that user is required to fill are:
SNTP Synchronization Status
Click on the SNTP Synchronization Status field in the SNTP Synchronization window
The following window is displayed (Fig. 36):

Fig. 36 Field Editing window

Select enable or disable in order to enable/disable the functionality, and then click
OK to confirm.

Primary/Secondary Time Server IP Address


Click on the Primary Server IP Address or Secondary Server IP Address field in the
SNTP Synchronization window. The following window is displayed
(Fig. 37):

Fig. 37 Field Editing window

Insert the IP address of the Time Server and then click OK to confirm.

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2.1.4.3 Time Zone


Click on the Time Zone field in the SNTP Synchronization window.
The following window is displayed (Fig. 38):

Fig. 38 Field Editing window

Modify the time reference (GMT time) received from the Time Server as function of
the time zone.
The possible offset values go from GMT-12 to GMT+13.
Select the offset to correct the GMT time and then click OK to confirm.

Daylight Saving Time


To correct the time reference of the SNTP synchronization (addition of the GMT time
received by the Time Server and the possible correction due to the time zone)
according to the daylight saving time, select the Daylight Saving Time check-box in
the SNTP Synchronization window.

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2.1.5 Protection management


The Protection command of the Status and Config menu displays the
Protection table (Fig. 39).
The form displays the status of the existing Link Protection Group services.
An LPG is an association of two ports each one protecting the other.
FlexiPacket Radio equipments in 1+1 protection should be connected to those ports,
belonging to FlexiPacket Hub, which constitute the LPG. Each LPG present in the
equipment corresponds to a row in the table.
WARNING
In order to realize 1+1 hot standby protection working mode, ONLY the
WIZARD must be used. No LPG creation and deletion should be done from
plug-in windows; this operation is allowed only from the Wizard.
The Protection table window contains the push-button Close to close the window.

Fig. 39 Protection Table window

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Parameters
Fields shown in the table are:
LPG ID: the interface index for this Link Protection Group automatically
assigned by the system.
Port 1: the interface index of the member port belonging to this LPG
Port 2: the interface index of the member port belonging to this LPG
P-CCM VLAN ID: defines VLAN ID that will be used to tag egress traffic
Description: this object is an 'alias' name for the interface as specified
by a network manager, and provides a non-volatile 'handle' for the
interface.
Port 1 Radio Link Status: bit map providing status of the NNI 1 Radio
Link for MEPs in the MA service type 'E-CCM'.
Port 2 Radio Link Status: bit map providing status of the NNI 1 Radio
Link for MEPs in the MA service type 'E-CCM'.
Operational status: operational status of the current service.

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2.1.6 Synchronization Network Connection


The Synchronization command of the Status and Config menu displays the
Synchronization window (Fig. 40 and Fig. 41), where the user can read/modify the
information regarding Synchronization Network Connection.

Fig. 40 A2200 Synchronization Network Connection window

Fig. 41 A1200 Synchronization Network Connection window

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According to the equipment configuration a schematic picture of the Ethernet ports is


shown.
For each port the parameters displayed in the window are:
Role: this parameter specifies the role of the given interface regarding
synchronization. It may assume the values master or slave. If master,
the interface get clock from the system clock and use it to synchronize
its Ethernet physical link. If slave, the interface recovers clock from
Ethernet physical link that can be used as a system source clock.
SSM: this parameter enable or disable synchronization information
about reference timing and about the quality level of the source clock
passing the given interface, that is receiving and sending
Synchronization Status Message (SSM). It may assume the values
enable or disable (Fig. 43).

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Fig. 42 Role Setting -- Master/Slave Setting window

Fig. 43 Role Setting -- SSM Setting window

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The Clock Source push-button at the bottom of the Synchronization Network


Connection window opens the Clock Source Priority window (Fig. 44) in which the
clock source table is displayed. In this table there are up to eight entries, each
specifies a potential clock source: the entries are in priority order: first entry is the
primary clock source while the others are backup sources. For each source is
showed the Priority, the Source Type, the Port position in the equipment, the Quality
Level of the source and its Status.

Fig. 44 Clock Source Priority window

In order to define a new clock source, add buttons exist on the Clock Source
Priority window. Add Synch-E button if the source come from an Ethernet interface
or Add Line button if the source come from an E1 or STM1 interface: this will open a
window for entering new clock source parameters (Fig. 45 and Fig. 46).

Fig. 45 Add Synch-E window

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Fig. 46 Add Line window

Port and Quality Level parameters can be chosen from a list of all available value
for the given equipment configuration (Fig. 47 and Fig. 48).
It is also possible to remove a timing source as available synchronization source
clicking on the Delete button (Fig. 44).

Fig. 47 Clock Source Port Setting window

Fig. 48 Clock Source Quality Level Setting window

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In the bottom of the Clock Source Priority window are displayed the Current Clock
Source Type and the Current Clock Source Port, of the source actually used (Fig.
49).
If the table is empty or none of the sources specified in the table works fine an
internal clock source is used: the internal clock source always exist and cannot be
deleted.
In case of clock failure, the actual synchronization source switch to next available
source in order of priority and go automatically back to the previous if the failure is
repaired within a certain amount of time.
This amount of time is configurable in the range of 0 to 720 seconds through the
Clock source revision Time (Fig. 49).

Fig. 49

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2.2 Measurements
The Measurements menu is reported in Fig. 50. It includes the following option:
Counters: allows reading/resetting the counters relevant to the traffic
on the Ethernet ports of the equipment.

Fig. 50 A2200 Measurement Menu

Fig. 51 A1200 Measurement Menu

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2.2.1.1 A2200 Counters


The Module 1 and Module 2 commands of the Counters menu give access to
Module 1 Port Counters and Module 2 Port Counters (Fig. 53) windows.
Module1 and Module2 commands depend on the plugged equipment's Interface
Cards; each card provides 8 GbE ports and up to two cards can be equipped in IDU.
Module 0 command that gives access to Module 0 Port Counters window (Fig. 52)
is always present in plug-in menu-tree, because it is related to the four Ethernet ports
belonging to the main board.

Fig. 52 A2200 Module 0 Port Counters

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Fig. 53 A2200 Module 1 and Module 2 Port Counters

The counters are incremental counters of events, which are reset:


after a NE reboot
if a counters reaches its maximum value
after an explicit operator's command.

The counters listed for each port are:


In Discards: number of received valid non-filtered frames, discarded
due to a lack of buffer space
In Errored: number of received frames containing errors
In Good Octets: sum of the length of all the valid received Ethernet
frames
In Unicasts: number of valid received frames with a Unicast destination
MAC address
In Multicasts: number of valid received frames with a Multicast
destination MAC address

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In Broadcasts: number of valid received frames with a Broadcast


destination MAC address
Out Discards: number of transmitted and discarded frames
Out Errored: number of transmitted frames containing errors
Out Octets: sum of the lengths of all the valid Ethernet frames
transmitted by this MAC Address
Out Unicast: number of transmitted frames with a Unicast destination
MAC address
Out Multicasts: number of transmitted frames with a Multicast
destination MAC address
Out Broadcasts: number of transmitted frames with a Broadcast
destination MAC address
The Reset push-button present in a given area of the window allows resetting the
values only of the counters present it the area itself.
The Reset All Counters push-button allows resetting the values of all counters

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2.2.1.2 A1200 Counters


The Module 0 counters are reported in Fig. 54.

Fig. 54 A1200 Module 0 Port Counters

The counters are incremental counters of events, which are reset:


after a NE reboot
if a counters reaches its maximum value
after an explicit operator's command.
The counters listed for each port are:
In Discards: number of received valid non-filtered frames, discarded
due to a lack of buffer space
In Errored: number of received frames containing errors
In Good Octets: sum of the length of all the valid received Ethernet
frames
In Unicasts: number of valid received frames with a Unicast destination
MAC address
In Multicasts: number of valid received frames with a Multicast
destination MAC address
In Broadcasts: number of valid received frames with a Broadcast
destination MAC address
Out Discards: number of transmitted and discarded frames

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Out Errored: number of transmitted frames containing errors


Out Octets: sum of the lengths of all the valid Ethernet frames
transmitted by this MAC Address
Out Unicast: number of transmitted frames with a Unicast destination
MAC address
Out Multicasts: number of transmitted frames with a Multicast
destination MAC address
Out Broadcasts: number of transmitted frames with a Broadcast
destination MAC address.
The Reset push-button present in a given area of the window allows resetting the
values only of the counters present it the area itself.
The Reset All Counters push-button allows resetting the values of all counters

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2.3 NE Info
The NE Info command of the Operating menu opens a window where the user can
read/modify the information regarding the equipment.
The parameters displayed in the window are:
System Name: field showing the identifier name of the system
System Location: field showing the location of considered NE
Contact Information: field showing the contact information for the NE
System Description: field showing a brief description of the system
System Up Time: time (day-hh-mm-ss format) since the network
management portion of the system was last re-initialized.
To modify the content of one of the System Name, System Location, Contact
Information fields (Fig. 56):
double click on the insertion field: an editing window opens
type the new wished description for the parameter
click the OK push-button.

Fig. 55 NE Info window

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Fig. 56 Field Editing

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2.4 NE Severity
Into the network map, the background color of the equipment name points out the
summarized alarm status of the equipment itself that corresponds to the the highest
severity one. The possible severity status of the equipment in On Line conditions, are
the following ones:
Critical
Major
Minor
Warning

2.4.1 A2200 Alarms with Critical severity


The following table resumes all the alarms with Critical severity.

Fig. 57 Alarms with Critical severity

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2.4.2 A2200 Alarms with Major severity


The following tables resume all the alarms with Major severity.

Fig. 58 Alarms with Major severity

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Fig. 59 Alarms with Major severity

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Fig. 60 Alarms with Major severity

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2.4.3 A2200 Alarms with Minor severity


The following table resumes the alarms with Minor severity.

Fig. 61 Alarms with Minor severity

2.4.4 A2200 Events with Warning severity


The following table resumes the events with Test severity.

Fig. 62 Events with Test severity

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2.4.5 A1200 Alarms with Critical severity


The following tables resume all the alarms with Critical severity.

Fig. 63 Alarms with Critical severity

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2.4.6 A 1200Alarms with Major severity


The following tables resume all the alarms with Major severity.

Fig. 64 Alarms with Major severity

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Fig. 65 Alarms with Major severity

2.4.7 A 1200Alarms with Minor severity


The following table resumes the alarms with Minor severity.

Fig. 66 Alarms with Minor severity

2.4.8 A 1200 Events with Warning severity


The following table resumes the events with Test severity.

Fig. 67 Events with Test severity

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2.5 History Report


The History Report menu gives the possibility to start a "recorder" specifying the
recording period and the Computer destination folder (default is the installed Rec
folder).
At the end of the specified period, the file containing the recorded information will be
put on the PC destination folder selectable via the "browse" button.

Fig. 68 The "History Report" window

The "Now" button permits to set the Current time

Fig. 69 The "Now" Command

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When activated, the recording is visible in real time pushing the button Show

Fig. 70 The "Show" command

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It's possible to stop the recording pushing the Stop button


The Last button gives the possibility to show the last Registration.

Fig. 71 The "Last" Command

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2.6 Services
To create and to display a new service, click on the Services push-button. The
system displays the Services window (Fig. 72)

Fig. 72 Services window

The form displays the status of the existing services.


Each service present in the equipment corresponds to a row in the table.
The Services window contains following push-buttons:
Create: Clicking on the Create push-button, it is possible to create a
service
Delete: Selecting one or more rows and clicking on the Delete push-
button it is possible to remove one or more services
Close: Clicking on the Close push-button it is possible to close the
Services window

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Placing the mouse over a row selected of the table (highlighted in yellow), it appears
a tooltip that summarize all the parameters and related values of that service as in
Fig. 73.

Fig. 73 Services Tooltip

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Create Service Table


Through the Create Service window, it is possible to create CESoP or E-Line
services respectively for E1 or STM1 and Ethernet traffic.
Services are UNI to NNI, UNI to UNI, NNI to NNI depending on selected ports.
To create a service, click on the Create push-button in the Services window (Fig.
73). The following window is displayed (Fig. below):

Fig. 74 Create Services

The fields that user can fill are:


Description: field shows the description associated to a specific
service (Not required)
Service type: field shows the service type associated to the current
service (Required)
Service VLAN ID: field shows VLAN ID that will be used to tag egress
traffic of current service (Required)
Profile name: field shows the profile associated to a specific service
(Required)
Services CoS: field shows the service PHB Scheduling Class
associated to the profile
First/Second Port (to select): fields show the first/second interface
index of the member port belonging to the current service (Required)
Module: field shows the module associated to a specific service
(Required)
Port: field shows the port type associated to a specific service
(Required)

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The Create Service window (Fig. 74, contains following push-buttons:


Pseudo Wire: Enabled only if the service type is CESoP
New: Clicking on the New push-button, it is possible to create a new
profile associated to a specific CoS Service
Modify: Clicking on the Modify push-button, it is possible to modify a
existing profile
Advanced: Enabled only if the service type is E-Line and only for UNI
ports
Create: Clicking on the Create push-button, information written into the
window are sent to the server to create the service
Cancel: Clicking on the Cancel push-button the window will be closed
with no creation

Pseudo Wire
For creating a Pseudo Wire service, it is necessary to enable the Pseudo Wire
pushbutton by selecting CESoP as Service Type (Fig. 75):

Fig. 75 Create Service Pseudo Wire push-button

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Clicking on the Pseudo Wire push-button, it will appear the window shown in (Fig.
76):

Fig. 76 Pseudo Wire window

Fields that the user can fill are:


Description: the field shows the description of the Pseudo Wire
associated to the service (optional)
Destination IP address: the field shows the IP address involved in the
Pseudo Wire; it correspond to the IP address inserted on the
"Internetworking Function" of the Remote TDM Card.
Administrative status: administrative status of Pseudo Wire (read-only
and enabled at the moment)
CE-Vlan ID: defines VLAN ID that will be used to tag egress traffic of
this service
Local UDP port/Remote UDP port: the fields show the port number to
associate to the current Pseudo Wire. Local and Remote UDP numbers
must be inverted in the two Pseudowire Circuits created on the local
and on the remote stations which terminate the service.

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Fig. 77 FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE 16E1 Plug-in Pseudo Wire window UNI side

Fig. 78 FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE 16E1 Plug-in Pseudo Wire window side NNI

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For the FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE STM1, the CESoP service uses only 4 ports in UNI
side , composed by 63 tributaries, and a Ethernet module in NNI side ,with 4 or 8
ports plus LPG (if they are created and configured) (Fig. 79 and Fig. 80):

Fig. 79 FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE STM1 Plug-in Pseudo Wire window UNI side

Fig. 80 FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE STM1 Plug-in Pseudo Wire window UNI side

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The user can set the Advanced settings check-box too. So he can select:
CE-CoS field
CE-IP DSCP field (that it assigns various levels of service to the
network traffic)
Payload size field that can be 8, 16 or 32. It represents the number of
TDM frames transmitted inside the CESoP frame.
Next hop MAC field that it can to be Dynamic or Static (figure below).
Differential Clock to set the Differential Clock Recovery. The reference
clock for differential clock recovery is derived from the system clock.
Only for the FPH STM1, the user can fill the Jitter Buffer size field and the Inactivity
threshold field.
The jitter buffer operates according to a configurable threshold which defines the
level that must be reached before CES packets are sent to the TDM side.
The correct buffer configuration depends on many factors like CESoP Packet size,
Number of Radio Hops involved in the CES Service, Radio Channels Bandwidths,
Modulations..). A tool has been developed to set the correct value.
Inactivity Threshold field configuration is about the inactivity Frame Loss Ratio
configuration.

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Fig. 81 FlexiPacket Hub 2200 NE Plug-in Pseudo Wire window Advanced settings

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Clicking on the Insert push-button, the user inserts the selected fields in the table
(figure below):

Fig. 82 Pseudo Wire window Insert push-button

After one insert operation, all the fields are reinitialized, the combos about UNI port
are set as at the beginning (for default) and the chosen port in the table is removed
from combo because it's not re-usable.
WARNING
The operation can be repeated in order to add other pseudowires to the same
CESoP service.
NNI port and CE-VLAN ID are disabled after first insert operation because they are
fixed for the transport service which contains the associated pseudowires.

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If the user selects one row, it is displayed the tooltip too where there are all the fields
present in the table with the correspondent values. See Fig. 83:

Fig. 83 inPseudo Wire tooltip

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If the user selects a row inserted in the table and clicks on the Remove push-button,
the row is removed from table, the combo about UNI port is set to its default values,
the Remove push-button is disabled and the removed port is re-inserted in the
combo box for available UNI port (figure below):

Fig. 84 Pseudo Wire window Remove push-button

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Destination IP address, CE-Vlan ID, Local UDP port/Remote UDP port are
mandatory fields.
If the user doesn't fill these fields and clicks on the Insert push-button, an error
message is shown (Fig. 85)

Fig. 85 Pseudo Wire window Error Message

If the user inserts a Local UDP port or a Remote UDP port that it is out of range, an
error message is shown (Fig. 86):

Fig. 86 Pseudo Wire window Error Message

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Create a new profile


To customize his own profile (locally and without sending the new information to the
NE) the user can start from the Create Service window clicking on the New push-
button.
It will open the window reported in Fig. 87.

Fig. 87 Create new profile for a new service

Fields that the user can fill are:


Profile name: this field is the name of the new profile. (Required)
Service CoS: field that indicates the Service CoS of the new profile.
(Required)
In the Symmetric and Asymmetric sections the fields are the same (to enable those
of the Asymmetric section it is needed to click on the Asymmetric check box):
Committed Information Rate (CIR).
Excess Information Rate (EIR).
Committed burst size.
Excess burst size.

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Modify existing profile


Clicking on the Modify push-button, it's possible to modify an existing profile; the
window that will appear is shown in Fig. 88.
The values of the visible parameters are those of the selected profile. It's not possible
modify the default profiles (Bronze, Silver, Gold).

Fig. 88 Modify existing profile

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Bundling
To create a Bundling for a service, it is necessary to enable the Advanced push
button, selecting E-Line as Service Type. Through Advanced push-button, from the
Create Service window, its possible to execute Bundling operations only for the UNI
ports (Figure below):

Fig. 89 Advanced window Preservation

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The user can select Preservation as VLAN manipulation and he can select a CE
Vlan ID or an Ethertype. The CE-CoS field is enabled only if the user selects the
User-defined button. If the user clicks on the Insert push-button, he inserts the
selected fields in the table (Figure below) and the VLAN manipulation combo is
disabled. This is because only one type of manipulation can be associated to one
service.
Preservation Bundling can be more than one, so the insert operation can be
repeated with different values.

Fig. 90 Insert Bundling table

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Also for this panel a summarization of parameters values for one row inserted in table
is shown through a tooltip (Fig. 91):

Fig. 91 Advanced window- Bundling Tooltip

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The user can select an Ethertype (on the left) too. Only if he selects ARP or IP, it is
enabled the IP Mappings push-button (Fig. 92):

Fig. 92 Enable IP Mappings button

Clicking on the IP Mapping push-button, the window that will appear is shown in
figure below:

Fig. 93 IP Mapping window (Ip)

In this window, the user can to fill the following fields:


Source IP address
Source IP mask
Destination IP address
Destination IP mask

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The user can select Any or User-defined as DSCP combo too, and he can select an
IP protocol.
Clicking on the Ok push-button, he goes backward to the Advanced window. If the
user clicks on the Insert push-button, the selected fields in the IP Mapping window
and in the Advanced window appear in the table reported in Fig. 94.

Fig. 94 Insert Advanced window Preservation

After the insert operation, the user can remove the row inserted in the table selecting
the current row and clicking on the Remove push-button.

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If the user selects the Translation value, the enabled fields are only User-defined
and the CE-CoS combo (Fig. 95):

Fig. 95 Advanced window- Translation

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Clicking the Close push-button and the user goes back to the Create Service
window (Fig. 96):

Fig. 96 Create Bundling Service

If the user fills all the required fields in the Create Service window and clicks on the
Create push-button, he creates the Bundling service that is displayed in the Service
table.
If the user selects the same ports and clicks on the Create push-button an error
message is displayed.

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Delete Service Table


To delete one or more services, select one or more rows of the table and click on the
Delete push-button of the Services window.
The following window is displayed (Fig. 97):

Fig. 97 Delete two Services

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Selecting one or more rows and clicking on the Delete push-button, the following
window is displayed:

Fig. 98 Warning message Delete

If the user clicks on the Yes push-button, the selecting row is removed from Services
window and the Modify and Delete push-buttons are disabled.

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