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OHA MANAGEMENT

RS-OHA: D1-D3 (Qecc) 192k bit/s for regenerator section management


MS-OHA: D4-D12 (Qecc) 576k bit/s for multiplexer section management
STM1 is the reference level for the section overhead. In STMxx the SOH is a STM1 SOH repeated xx times, however
only the first STM1 is used for some bytes i.e. the D-bytes. Consequently Qecc capacity is the same for STM1 and
STM16.

SETTING UP AC1 OHA (SR1)


See MA-196 pp.60-61

Fig. 35 Cable Connector Pin Numbers and Coding Pins.

SR1 Slot 17, 11 or 5 Slot 15, 9 or 3


Management - Ethernet 32
Aggregate STM1 1 12
F-interface, V.28 2 13
Sync. 11
Tributaries 6-10 17-21
Tributaries - shared 22
User Channels (V.11) 23,24 29,30
Power Supply F-interface 27 33
EOW 28 24

For V.28 the following AC1 connector can be used for 9600k baud:
V.28 Connector position 2, 13 Remove pins 3,4,6 and 7 on
Pin Pin Pin
1 8 15 the AC1 connector
2 9 \ENABLE 16
V.28_IN 10 17 V.28_OUT
\ENABLE must be tied to
GND in order to enable V.28
3
4 11 18 GND
5 12 19
6 13 20
7 GND 14 GND 21

V.28 cable description:


SHORT DB9 FEMALE V.28 DB9 MALE
AC AC
TO PC (DTE) 2,13 TO MODEM(DCE) 1 V.28 OHA V.28 OHA 1
RxD 2 17 3
TxD 3 3 2
GND 5 7,9,14,18 5

PDH 2Mbit: 1- PDH 2Mbit: 1-


# manage "show AC1_30 .AC1_XX provisionedEquipment \ 21 21
rack 12 subrack 7 slot 9 adm1qOEE ohaConfiguration all attr"|grep v28
v28-NextSetup = "msTTPBidirectional ""12-7-9-1"""
v28-NextTimingMode = oversampled
v28-CurrentSetup = "msTTPBidirectional ""12-7-9-1"""
v28-CurrentTimingMode = oversampled
v28-PossibleSetup = {"rsTTPBidirectional ""12-7-9-2""",

In this example the use of MS OHA for DCN is disabled. (RS OHA is used by default)
# manage "show AC1_30 .AC1_XX eCCConfiguration currentECCConfig"

currentECCConfig = { }
Cable assemblies:
User channels
V.28 channel One per module 9P DSUB WK-103X-10.0-01 REAR DATACOM 9P DSUB
25P DSUB WK-104X-01.0-01 REAR DATACOM 25P DSUB
V.11 channel One per module Open ended WK-076Y-03.0-11 AC1, USERCH/MONITOR 3,0M
2x4 twisted pair AWG26
stranded

NOTE: Turn off flow control on relevant DCE and DTE's, i.e. terminal servers.
TEX cards can only route in VC12 OH. The VC12 OH is low BW typically 4800 baud and tied to the VC12.
The AC1 ADM has one V.28 interface only. East or West access can be configured in SW.
If several hops must be routed a TEX card can provide the second V.28 interface.
Alternatively V.11 can be used. Up to 3 V.11 interfaces can be accessed per card.
SETTING UP AC4 OHA2
See MA-124 pp. 83 and 145

OHA2 AUX Panel

The OHA2 AUX panel is available in 4 versions supporting


different combinations of EOW, V.11 and V.28. These are
CM4079, CM4079-1, CM4079-2, and CM4079-3.

Number Short Description


CM4079 OHA Panel for EOW/V.11 User Channels
CM4079-1 OHA Panel for V.28/V.11 User Channels
CM4079-2 OHA Panel for one EOW Channel and one
V.28/V.11 User Channel
CM4079-3 OHA Panel for DMTF- EOW and V.11
and V.28 User Channels
Connector 1-4 is DB15 male (DIN 41652) - cable DB15
female.
Connector SYNC is DB9 male (DIN 41652).
Details - see below.

User Channel CM4079 CM4079-1 CM4079-2 CM4079-3


Connector
1 1 EOW voice, ch. 1, V.11
EOW mgt., ch. 1, V.11 User ch. 1, V.28 EOW voice, ch. 2,
V.11
2 2 EOW voice, ch. 2, V.11 User ch. 1, V.28
EOW mgt., ch. 2, V.11 User ch. 2, V.28 EOW mgt., ch. 2, V.11 User ch. 2, V.28
3 User channel 3, V.11 (OHA2 only)
4 User channel 4, V.11 (OHA2 only)
SYNC Two 120 ohm T3 synchronization inputs and two 120 ohm T4 synchronization outputs

With respect to interface and transport protocol the table above translates into:
User Channel CM4079 CM4079-1 CM4079-2 CM4079-3
Connector
1 CH1, V.11, RS422 CH1, V.28, RS232 CH1, V.28, RS232 CH1, V.11, RS422
2 CH2, V.11, RS422 CH2, V.28, RS232 CH2, V.11, RS422 CH2, V.28, RS232
3 CH3, V.11, RS422 CH3, V.11, RS422 CH3, V.11, RS422 CH3, V.11, RS422
4 CH4, V.11, RS422 CH4, V.11, RS422 CH4, V.11, RS422 CH4, V.11, RS422
SYNC Two 120 ohm T3 synchronization inputs and two 120 ohm T4 synchronization outputs
V.11 provides balanced communication, which is typical in telecommunication. V.28 provides unbalanced
communication. V.28 can be converted to V.11 by the use of an RS232 to RS422 converter i.e. 222n9 from Patton
Electronics.
4079

4079-1
4079-2

4079-3

OHA2 MODULE CM4054


See MA124 pp187
The OHA module provides, through two of the 18 STM-n interfaces:
A 64k bit/s User channel.
A 576k bit/s User channel.
When using the OHA2 module it is possible to route the User channels between two of the 18 STM-n connections.
Routing means that the User channel inputs from one STM-n interface are sent to the User Channel outputs of another
STM-n interface via a buffer on the OHA2 module.
The OHA2 module handles four STM-n interfaces - the two aggregate interfaces and two selectable tributary
interfaces.
Two of the four interfaces have User channel access on the OHA AUX panel, the other two interfaces are routed.
The OHA module is configured by using the 12 DIP switches located on the card. Via the DIP switches it is possible
to locate User channels either in the regenerator or in the multiplexer section of the STM-n SOH. The 576k bit/s user
channels are located in DCCm (D4 - D12).
TERMSERV - AC4 (OHA2 - NSC)
V.28 to V.11 cable
Patton 222N9m with DB9 DB15 FEMALE AC4
MALE Connector TO DS700 TO AC4 4079
Rx+ 2 Tx(4)
Tx+ 4 Rx(4)
Rx- 9 Tx(2)
Tx- 11 Rx(2)
GND SHIELD GND

AC4 - F2500 (OHA2 -NSC)


SHORT DB15 FEMALE DB9 FEMALE F2500
TO AC4(OHA) TO F2500
RxD 9 2 Tx
TxD 11 3 Rx
GND 1 5 GGND

TRMSERV - AC4 (OHA2 - NSC)


SHORT DB25 FEMALE DB15 FEMALE AC4
TO DS700 TO AC4
RxD 2 9
TxD 3 11
GND 7 1

TRMSERV - AC4 (OHA1 - BCS)


SHORT DB25 FEMALE DB15 FEMALE AC4
TO DS700 TO AC4
RxD 2 4
TxD 3 2
GND 7 1
FOCUS ESW DOWNLOAD ROM TFTP SERVER
Configure a TFTP server on NT or Unix and place the desired ESW images in the default directory.
Create a TFTP load description file called "SCRIPT.ADM/CMC/ATX" with contents similar to the following:

AC1_30
SCRIPT.ADM
; serverdir=
;SystemFile = ADQ30V84.BIN,98.02.13-11:34
SystemFile = AD130V59.BIN,98.02.13-11:34
;SystemFile = LMC30V69.BIN,98.02.13-11:34
;DataFile= TABLFILE.LMC,01.01.08-20:56
Action= RunCode

AC1_48
SCRIPT.ADM
; serverdir=
SystemFile = AD148V19.BIN,00.06.12-11:40
;SystemFile = LMC48V42.BIN,00.07.12-12:06
;DataFile = TABLFILE.LMC,01.01.04-09:31
Action = RunCode

TABLFILE.LMC
LMC48V42.BIN,11
LMC48V42.BIN,12
LMC48V42.BIN,25
LMC48V42.BIN,26
LMC48V42.BIN,27
LMC48V42.BIN,28
LMC48V42.BIN,29
LMC48V42.BIN,30
LMC48V42.BIN,31
LMC48V42.BIN,32
LMC48V42.BIN,33
LMC48V42.BIN,34
LMC48V42.BIN,61
LMC48V42.BIN,62
LMC48V42.BIN,63
LMC48V42.BIN,64
LMC48V42.BIN,65

AC4_45
SCRIPT.CMC
SystemFile = CMC45V13.BIN,99.12.04-23:32
SystemFile = SIM45V21.BIN,00.06.07-17:54
SystemFile = SPM45V14.BIN,00.06.07-19:51
SystemFile = SYN45V09.BIN,99.08.25-18:40
DataFile = TABLFILE.LMC,00.06.07-15:47

TABLFILE.LMC
SIM45V21.BIN, 7
SIM45V21.BIN, 8
SPM45V14.BIN, 6
SYN45V09.BIN, 10
SPM45V14.BIN, 38

On a Unix host the CASE of file names is significant. Similarly read access to "world" must be granted on the files.
The date written in the SCRIPT.ADM/CMC/ATX file does not need to correspond to the actual file date. Line
separation can be newline (UNIX) or carriage return and newline (WINDOS).
TABLFILE.LMC is a text file specifying ESW module compatibility list. This file is not necessary in order to change
the AC1 ADM module only.
AC1 N-cards (AD130) does not support download of the LMC file
On AC1 main and sub type needs to be re-entered if a Flash erase has been done - even if they are correct
The presence of OSI connectivity does by no means imply IP connectivity. I.e. embedded channels will only
transport OSI packets. IP connectivity must therefore be ensured in advance. Test by downloading a file without
clearing the file system first. LAN interface speed may need to be set. Make sure the image matches the module:
BOOT: No 'SYSTEMFILE' for ADMQ in script-file!!! – 0.

SAMPLE PROCEDURE
The following AC1 example will clear Flash memory (the file system) and load new ESW from a TFTP server.
The TFTP directory (/usr/tftpboot) contains:
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root system 1077438 Jan 3 21:39 AD148V19.BIN
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root system 1075685 Jan 3 21:39 ADQ48V53.BIN
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root system 542304 Jan 3 21:39 LMC48V42.BIN
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root system 160 Jan 8 19:32 SCRIPT.ADM
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root system 291 Jan 4 20:16 TABLFILE.LMC
Configure a standard terminal (i.e. Hyperterm) to 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity and no flow-control.
Attach the terminal to the Craft interface of the Focus element (below an AC1). Reset the NE.
DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
Current Reset Cause: Hard reset. Provoke reset.
RAM wire test PASSED
Interrupt test PASSED
Check Main board EEPROM PASSED
PLD configuration OK. Not loaded PASSED
Check Opto board EEPROM PASSED
Check Flash board EEPROM PASSED
BootPROM checksum PASSED
FLASH PROM Check PASSED
Ethernet loop back int. PASSED
SAP Check PASSED
STP Check PASSED
HSCX Check PASSED
Voltage Check PASSED
Check Main Configuration PASSED
Check Opto Configuration PASSED
Check Flash Configuration PASSED
Extended RAM Wire Test PASSED

Press ESC a couple of times during the self-test.


DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
A C C E S S C O N T R O L
==============================
<1> Enter Password
<CTRL-B> Enter Flash EEPROM Setup
<CTRL-L> Enter System SW Setup
<CTRL-G> Start System Software

Enter Password
Press (1) and login to the NE.

Enter password "cre84dsc"


DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
T E S T M E N U
===================
<1> Select test\sequence
<2> Set Parameters for tests
<3> Status information
<4> Setup sequence
<5> HW Setup Main board
<6> HW Setup Opto board
<7> HW Setup Flash board
<CTRL-C> Enter Command mode
<CTRL-F> Enter Bootclient Setup
<CTRL-L> Enter System SW Setup
<CTRL-R> Run selected test\sequence
<CTRL-G> Start system software
Select
Selected test: 1 (Default) RAM Wire Test
Parameter status: Loop - N Error message - Y Halt on error - Y

Choose (5) for HW Setup Main board and press (N) for next page.
EEPROM Hardware Setup - Main board 2 of 10
9 Boot Mode 0
System(0), Local pROBE(1), Remote pROBE(3), LoadFile(4), LoadScript(5)
10 Default BaudRate 9600
Format: (ddddd) in Decimal
11 Default Gateway IP 172.19.51.254
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
12 Primary Network IP 172.19.51.211
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
13 Primary Network Subnetmask 255.255.255.0
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
14 Secondary Network IP 0.0.0.0
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
15 Secondary Network Subnetmask 0.0.0.0
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
16 Enable Poll of Primary Networkdriver Y
Y or N
17 Enable Poll of Secondary Networkdriver N
Y or N
(P)revius Page, (N)ext Page, (E)dit, (G)o Page and <CR> to Exit
Press (E) to edit. Enter the line number and type the value subsequently. Change:
Boot Mode to LoadScript (5),
Default Gateway IP (to the gateway IP address)
Primary Network IP (assign a load state IP address to the NE)
Primary Network Subnetmask (assign the IP subnet-mask defined by the gateway)

Press (N) for next.


EEPROM Hardware Setup - Main board 3 of 10
18 Ethernet Address 00:a0:82:10:0b:65
Format: (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) in Hex
19 TFTP Host IP 172.19.51.88
Format: (ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd) in IP
20 - 5V Conversion Factor 8
Format: (d)
21 Neg 5V Max Voltage 5450
- 5V Max Voltage (dddd) in mV
22 Neg 5V Min Voltage 4750
- 5V Min Voltage (dddd) in mV
23 Pos 5V Conv Factor 8
+ 5V Conversion Factor (d)
24 Pos 5V Max Voltage 5250
+ 5V Max Voltage (dddd) in mV
25 Pos 5V Min Voltage 4750
+ 5V Min Voltage (dddd) in mV
26 Pos 3V Conv Factor 4
+ 3V Conversion Factor (d)

(P)revius Page, (N)ext Page, (E)dit, (G)o Page and <CR> to Exit
Change TFTP Host IP (19) to the address of your TFTP server.

Press CR to return to the main menu:


DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
T E S T M E N U
===================
<1> Select test\sequence
<2> Set Parameters for tests
<3> Status information
<4> Setup sequence
<5> HW Setup Main board
<6> HW Setup Opto board
<7> HW Setup Flash board
<CTRL-C> Enter Command mode
<CTRL-F> Enter Bootclient Setup
<CTRL-L> Enter System SW Setup
<CTRL-R> Run selected test\sequence
<CTRL-G> Start system software
Select
Selected test: 1 (Default) RAM Wire Test
Parameter status: Loop - N Error message - Y Halt on error - Y

Press Ctrl-F for BootClient Setup. (If you want to erase flash memory/storage)
Install C-bus-NiLan: 128.1.0.0
pSOS has been (re)started
BootClient Mode: 127, HwMaintype: 2 - Next Sw:'AD148V19.BIN'
File A: File state:1 Sw state:1 Name:'AD148V19.BIN'
File B: File state:1 Sw state:0 Name:'LMC48V42.BIN'
INITIALIZE Disc-system ? Yes
Discparams: Type=4, Column=1, Row=2
Discparams: Start=1000000, Size=400000, Access=1000000
Discparams: Sectors=64, ChgLogSectors=2, Files=100, DirDepth=9
++
FlashCL: Flash memory is being prepared for disksystem. nSectorGroups(HEX): 40
................................................................-
Calc_NumberOfBlocks:15494
** Forced INIT_VOL **
* Init_vol now *
+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-* Init
_vol OK *
+-* Verify_vol OK *
+- Files:
1 BITMAP.SYS 2048 Bytes, 8 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
2 FLIST.SYS 13312 Bytes, 52 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
Creating file:'CODEFILE.SYS'
+-+-+-Creating file:'TABLFILE.SYS'
+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- ** Re-enter SelfTest ** +-
Press CR to return to the login menu:
DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
A C C E S S C O N T R O L
==============================
<1> Enter Password
<CTRL-B> Enter Flash EEPROM Setup
<CTRL-L> Enter System SW Setup
<CTRL-G> Start System Software

Enter Password
Press Ctrl-L to verify correct NSAP address.
Press Ctrl-G to restart the NE:
Install C-bus-NiLan: 128.1.0.0
pSOS has been (re)started
BootClient Mode: 5, HwMaintype: 2 - Next Sw:''
File A: File state:0 Sw state:0 Name:''
File B: File state:0 Sw state:0 Name:''
Host IP address = 172.19.51.88
Release label = ADM1_BOOT_04.01
** Download Script **
Discparams: Type=4, Column=1, Row=2
Discparams: Start=1000000, Size=400000, Access=1000000
Discparams: Sectors=64, ChgLogSectors=2, Files=100, DirDepth=9
++-Calc_NumberOfBlocks:15494
+-* Verify_vol OK *
+- Files:
1 BITMAP.SYS 2048 Bytes, 8 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
2 FLIST.SYS 13312 Bytes, 52 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
4 CODEFILE.SYS 22 Bytes, 1 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
5 TABLFILE.SYS 10 Bytes, 1 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
Type Script filename:<Timeout>
TFTP-task initialized!
Requesting 'SCRIPT.ADM' from host (172.19.51.88) ..
Remote host and download file found: SCRIPT.ADM
.
TFTP download completed!
File 'CODEFILE.SYS' already exists!!
No file selected!
+-+-+-Deleting 'AD148V19.BIN'
+-+-+-Requesting 'AD148V19.BIN' from host (172.19.51.88) ..
Remote host and download file found: AD148V19.BIN
Creating file:'DOWNLOAD.TMP'
Loading: 1053 Kb<+-++*>-+-+-+-+-
TFTP download completed!
Download to flashprom PASSED
Verifying code
..........................................
Load from disc completed!
Verify code PASSED
Rename 'DOWNLOAD.TMP' to 'AD148V19.BIN'
+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-Rename file PASSED
+-+-+-+-+-+-Copying pSOS 39bc bytes from 3f0f8 to be9b00 Done!
Copying pHILE c4de bytes from 62170 to bed500 Done!
Copying pREPC 6547 bytes from 6e650 to bf9a00 Done!
Copying PASSED (Next addr: bfff80)
+-+-+-..........................................
Load from disc completed!
Loading PASSED
Transfering control to the loaded code-image at:690422

+-+-+-+-Install C-bus-NiLan: 128.1.0.0

pSOS has been (re)started


DSC Communications A/S Selftest Module ADM-1
Current Reset Cause: Hard reset. Provoke reset.
RAM wire test PASSED
Interrupt test PASSED
Check Main board EEPROM PASSED
PLD configuration OK. Not loaded PASSED
Check Opto board EEPROM PASSED
Check Flash board EEPROM PASSED
BootPROM checksum PASSED
FLASH PROM Check PASSED
Ethernet loop back int. PASSED
SAP Check PASSED
STP Check PASSED
HSCX Check PASSED
Voltage Check PASSED
Check Main Configuration PASSED
Check Opto Configuration PASSED
Check Flash Configuration PASSED
Extended RAM Wire Test PASSED
Install C-bus-NiLan: 128.1.0.0

pSOS has been (re)started

BootClient Mode: 0, HwMaintype: 2 - Next Sw:'AD148V19.BIN'


File A: File state:1 Sw state:1 Name:'AD148V19.BIN'
File B: File state:0 Sw state:0 Name:''
Host IP address = 172.19.51.88
Release label = ADM1_BOOT_04.01

** RUN System Software **


Discparams: Type=4, Column=1, Row=2
Discparams: Start=1000000, Size=400000, Access=1000000
Discparams: Sectors=64, ChgLogSectors=2, Files=100, DirDepth=9
++-Calc_NumberOfBlocks:15494
+-* Verify_vol OK *
+- Files:
1 BITMAP.SYS 2048 Bytes, 8 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
2 FLIST.SYS 13312 Bytes, 52 Blocks, 1996.10.09 - 09:01
4 CODEFILE.SYS 34 Bytes, 1 Blocks, 2000.06.12 - 11:43
5 TABLFILE.SYS 22 Bytes, 1 Blocks, 2000.06.12 - 11:42
8 ECCCONF.CUR 804 Bytes, 4 Blocks, 1991.07.01 - 00:00
6 AD148V19.BIN 1077438 Bytes, 4209 Blocks, 2000.06.12 - 11:42
7 ECCCONF.DAT 804 Bytes, 4 Blocks, 1991.07.01 - 00:00
Copying pSOS 39bc bytes from 3f0f8 to be9b00 Done!
Copying pHILE c4de bytes from 62170 to bed500 Done!
Copying pREPC 6547 bytes from 6e650 to bf9a00 Done!
Copying PASSED (Next addr: bfff80)
Selected file OK! (AD148V19.BIN)
...............................................
Load from disc completed!
Loading PASSED
Transfering control to the loaded code-image at:690422
+-Install C-bus-NiLan: 128.1.0.0

pSOS has been (re)started

USING TFTP IN IP MODE


Subsequent to network file load the NE accepts tftp requests. Since tftp does not support remote file listing this means
the file name must be known in advance (wildcards are not supported). The following example shows retrieval of the
NE database from an AC1:
# cd /tmp
# touch DATAB.DAT
# chmod 666 DATAB.DAT
# tftp 130.11.2.125 -get DATAB.DAT -mode binary (where IP address is the NE)

FOCUS-2-140
Point-to-point 2-way communication channel merged into the optical line code. By means of the FOCUS
NM200 tools the following options can be selected:
1. RS232 V.24/V.28 serial asynchronous channel, with a sampling rate depending on the LTU line speed. See the
module specific specifications.
2. RS232 V.24/V.28 serial asynchronous channel. 9600 or 19200k bit/s.
1 start bit, 9 data bits. 1 start bit received => next 9 bits will be transmitted.

The Destination Address is a set of four (or five) parameters, which define the physical location of each NE (module):
Network ID
Rack ID
Rack Type
Sub Rack ID
Sub Rack Type
Module Position
Module Group
Sub Rack Type = Slim
Rack ID = is user-definable (from 1 to 254) but the same for all sub racks in a slim rack
Rack Type = 5, 6 or 8
Sub Rack IDs = 1 to 8 inclusive (depending upon the rack type)
Module Position = positions are numbered from left to right in each sub rack, starting with 1
Module Group = not applicable for modules in slim sub racks