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Pasolink V4 Training Manual For Vietnam CT-IN

NEC International Training, Ltd. Japan

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Introduction To Pasolink Family

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Application for Cellular Network

Cellular/UMTS Backbone
BTS

STM-0 / PDH Approach


BTS

STM-1 Ring

BTS

BTS

BTS

BTS

BTS

Ethernet Application 1
LAN to LAN Bridge

PASOLINK/PASOLINK+ LANSW Ethernet Router

LANSW Ethernet

Internet
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Ethernet Application 2
IP Network with low cost router Router Router PASOLINK/PASOLINK+ e/w WAN INTFC e/w WAN INTFC E1/ STM-1

E1/ STM-1 Router Router PASOLINK/PASOLINK+w/o WAN INTFC w/o WAN INTFC ETHER ETHER
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Ethernet Application 3
IP(Private) and E1(Public) mixed Network Router PASOLINK w/o WAN INTFC Router w/o WAN INTFC ETHER ETHER E1 MUX PDH MUX Network MUX MUX E1 MUX PDH MUX Network MUX MUX
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Pasolink Family
Pasolink Family (Front View)
Pasolink V3
IF IN/OUT CH1 TRAFFIC IN CH2 CH3 CH4 TRAFFIC OUT CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 RS232 TRAFFIC IN/OUT 120 ALM AUX ALM OW/DSC/ASC NMS/RA LA PORT LAN INTF with optional PMC FUSE (1.5A) OFF LINE IN ERR MON EOW CALL RESET PWR MAINT ODU IDU

2 additional 9.6k with optional DSC card 2 Voice Channels with optional ASC card 1 64k with optional Data card

Option
EOW IF IN/OUT TRAFFIC IN/OUT PORT1 PORT2 WS/LAN NMS/LAN RS232 TRAFFIC IN/OUT ALM/AUX ALM OW/DSC/ASC NMS/RA LA PORT FUSE (1.5A) CALL RESET

Pasolink V4
PWR MAINT ODU IDU

LINE IN OFF

2 additional 9.6k with optionalDSC card 2 Voice Channels with optional ASC card 1 64k with optional Data card 2 Cluster Alarms with optional card

Option
IF IN/OUT PNMT LCT EWO1 EOW2

Option

2 x 64k CHs Option SC IN/OUT ALM EOW CALL

Pasolink+ PDH
RESET PWR MAINT ODU IDU

LAN DSC/WS LAN CH1 CH2

CH3

CH4 CH9 - CH16 WS IN/OUT ALM/AUX FUSE (1.5A) OFF 2MB WS Option LINE IN

CH1 - CH8 IN/OUT NE1 NE2 V11 LAN PNMS

Note : Options are shown in red

Pasolink Family

Pasolink ODU

Comparison

Spectrum Efficiency
6 [bits/Hz] 5 4 Spectrum efficiency STM-0 3 2 1 0 0 3.5 7.0 14.0 28.0 Adjacent Channel Spacing 56.0 [MHz] 10 8x2 32QAM 16x2MB PASOLINKPLUS STM-1 32QAM 16x2MB PASOLINK PASOLINK-S 16QAM 2x2 4x2 8x2 4PSK STM-1 128QAM

BER vs C/N Characteristics


10-3

BER5
2 10-4 5 2 10-5 5 2 10-6 5 2 10-7 5 2 10-8 5 2 10-9

4PSK PASOLINK 128QAM+RS for STM-1 32MLCM+RS for STM-1 16QAM+RS for PDH

32QAM+RS for STM-0

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12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34 C/N (dB)

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Road Map (New development)


2002 PASOLINK
V4 IDU
Ethernet V4 ODU Full band cover ATPC All in one (55GHz)

2003

2004

2005

PASOLINK+
PDH,STM-0,STM-1 2xSTM-1/XPIC STM-4

High power 28G, 32GHz Ether(10/100B) Ether(1000B) BB Linearizer Turbo code

Intelligent Radio
Flexible bit-rate Variable modulation Routing

Wireless LAN Radio on Fiber Mesh Radio 12

2/4 x STM-1 /XPIC System


STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 310MB 310MB 310MB

28MHz 28MHz

56MHz 56MHz

Same ODUs can be used.


STM-1 310MB

STM-1

IDU
XPIC

ODU V OMT H

STM-1 STM-1

M U X

IDU
XPIC

ODU V OMT H

STM-1

XPIC

IDU
STM-1

ODU

STM-1 STM-1

M U X

IDU
XPIC

ODU

310MB

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XPIC Improvement
D/U vs BER
10 -3 23/AUG/2002

10 -4

10 -5

10 -6

10 -7 10 -8 10 10
-9

XPIC ON XPIC OFF 13G STM-1/128QAM XPIC system Measured Data

-10

10 -11 10 -12 0 5 10 15 20 25 30

D/U (dB)

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Pasolink V4 Training Manual

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PASOLINK (1+0) SYSTEMS

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2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system

2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface

2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system

2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface Pasolink V4 1

PASOLINK (1+1) SYSTEMS

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2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system

2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface

HL Standard

2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system

2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface Pasolink V4 2

Protection Systems
Modem - 1 Switch Modem - 2 ODU-2 ODU-1 H Hot Standby - Single Antenna System H ODU-2 ODU-1 Switch

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Modem - 1 Modem - 2
Hitless or Ordinary SW (RX)

Modem - 1 Switch Modem - 2

ODU-1

ODU-1

Modem - 1 Switch

ODU-2

Hot Standby - Two Antenna System

ODU-2

Modem - 2

When a ODU is switched to the other ODU, errors follow if no RX HITLESS SW

However, errors persist when Tx is switched to the other side because of equipment failure. Tx side does not have protection against switching.

Modem - 1 Switch Modem - 2

ODU-1 Twin Path ODU-2

ODU-1

Modem - 1 Switch

ODU-2

Modem - 2

Pasolink V4

V4 OUT DOOR UNIT

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Pasolink V4

V4 OUT DOOR UNIT (7-38 GHz)

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Low Freq.

RF IN/OUT 7-8 GHz

RF IN/OUT 13 38 GHz

High freq.

OW/RX LEV MONITOR IF IN/OUT Turn OFF the DC power before removing the IF cable Frame Ground

RF IN/OUT 13 38 GHz

Pasolink V4

V4 ODU OUT LINE


2- IF CKT 1- RF CKT

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RF IN / OUT 7-8 GHz: N-TYPE 13-15 GHz: PBR-140 18-23 GHz: PBR-220 26 GHz: PBR-260 38 GHz: PBR-320

ODU TYPE MODULE 1 2 3 RF CKT IF CKT PS 7GHz H0738[ ] H0722[ ] 8GHz H0723[ ] H0723[ ] 13GHz H0330[ ] H0360[ ] 15GHz H0331[ ] H0361[ ] 18GHz H0332[ ] H0362[ ] 23GHz H0333[ ] H0363[ ] H0321[ ] H0390[ ] 26GHz H0334[ ] H0364[ ] 38GHz H0335[ ] H0365[ ]

H0721[ ]

H0323[ ]

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V4 ODU Performance
1.25 CH Spacing

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ITEM Frequency Range [GHz] Frequency Plan ITU-R Channel Separation RF TX/RX Spacing [MHz] Frequency Agility Receiver Noise Figure (dB) Max. input level IF Signal (IDU-ODU) Frequency Stability Signal Level : Control/Monitor signal Order Wire Power Control Temperature Range EMC Power Supply

7GHz 7.125 7.725 F385-6

8GHz

13 GHz

15 GHz

18 GHz

23 GHz

26 GHz

38 GHz 37.039.5 F.749-2

154 161 63 4.5

7.90012.7514.517.7-19.7 21.2-23.6 24.5-26.5 8.500 13.25 15.35 F386-6 F.497-6 F.636-3 F.595-7 F.637-3 F748-4 Annex 4 3.5 MHz (4MB)/ 7MHz (8MB)/ 14MHz (17MB)/ 28MHz (34MB) For 18GHz : 13.75 MHz (17MB) and 27.5 MHz (34MB) 315 340 1008 126 420 1008 266 1200 1008 266 490 1010 1232 728 1560 42 4.5 56 4.5 56-100 4.5 252 5.5 280 6.5 280 7.0

1260 280 7.5

-15 dBm (No error) TX: 850 MHz RX: 70 MHz

+/- 5 ppm Input to ODU: -52 to -3 dBm (depend on the cable length) : Output from ODU : 0 dBm nominal 10 MHz ASK, (at IF IN/OUT) ODU input: 450 MHz, AM ODU output: 468 MHz , AM

0 to 30 dB in 1 dB steps variable -33OC to + 50OC Conforms to ETS300 385 Class B -43V DC

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V4 IDU Performance
ITEM Modulation Type Base Band Interface 16 x 2 Mbit/s 8 x 2 Mbit/s 4 x 2 Mbit/s 2 x 2 Mbit/s IF Output IF INPUT Service Channels Loop Back Spectrum Shaping Residual BER BER Alarm Output ODU Monitor Items LED Display Temperature Range Power Requirement 2.048 Mbit/s 50 ppm 2.048 Mbit/s 50 ppm 2.048 Mbit/s 50 ppm 2.048 Mbit/s 50 ppm -5 dBm Nominal -15 to 0dBm (varies with cable length) (8D-FB length 300m) See Table (Page 16) Far End and Near End Base-band Loopback Root Roll-Off ( a= 0.5) Less than 10-12 at RSL = -30 dBm Adjustable 10-3/ 10-4/ 10-5/ 10-6 (AIS injection point) Received Signal level (AGC V) Output Power Level (TX Power) Operating PWR (green) / IDU ALM (red)/ ODU ALM (red)/ Maint (yellow) -0OC to + 50OC 20 to 60 V (or 20 to 72 V) DC SPECIFICATION QPSK ( with differential coding)

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Pasolink V4

V4 IDU Performance (1+0)


ITEM Output Power (dBm) Measured at ODU Output Port (1.5dBm) BR loss TX and RX Threshold level in dBm, ODU Port BER=10-3 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB BER=10-6 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB System Gain (dB): BER=10-3 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB BER=10-6 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB 7GHz +27 8GHz +27 13 GHz +25 15 GHz +23 N/A Without Hybrid Combiner/Divider (Two Antenna System) or (1+0) Configuration -93.5 -90.5 -87.5 -84.5 -90.0 -87.0 -84.0 -81.0 120.5 117.5 114.5 111.5 117.0 114.0 111.0 108.0 -93.5 -90.5 -87.5 -84.5 -90.0 -87.0 -84.0 -81.0 120.5 117.5 114.5 111.5 117.0 114.0 111.0 108.0 -93.5 -90.5 -87.5 -84.5 -90.0 -87.0 -84.0 -81.0 118.5 115.5 112.5 109.5 115.0 112.0 109.0 106.0 -93.5 -90.5 -87.5 -84.5 -90.0 -87.0 -84.0 -81.0 116.5 113.5 110.5 107.5 113.0 110.0 107.0 104.0 -92.5 -89.5 -86.5 -83.5 -89.0 -86.0 -83.0 -80.0 115.5 112.5 109.5 106.5 112.0 109.0 106.0 103.0 -91.5 -88.5 -85.5 -82.5 -88.0 -85.0 -82.0 -79.0 114.5 111.5 108.5 105.5 111.0 108.0 105.0 102.0 -91.0 -88.0 -85.0 -82.0 -87.5 -84.5 -81.5 -78.5 111.0 108.0 105.0 102.0 107.5 104.5 101.5 98.5 18 GHz +23 23 GHz +23 26 GHz +20

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38 GHz +15

-90.5 -87.5 -84.5 -81.5 -87.0 -84.0 -81.0 -78.0 105.5 102.5 99.5 96.5 102.0 99.0 96.0 93.0

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V4 IDU Performance (1+1)


ITEM Output Power (dBm) Measured at ODU Output Port (1.5dBm) BR loss TX and RX Threshold level in dBm, ODU Port BER=10-3 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB BER=10-6 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB System Gain (dB): BER=10-3 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB BER=10-6 4MB 8MB 17MB 34MB -90 -87 -84 -81 -86.5 -83.5 -80.5 -77.5 113.5 110.5 107.5 104.5 110.0 107.0 104.0 101.0 -90 -87 -84 -81 -86.5 -83.5 -80.5 -77.5 113.5 110.5 107.5 104.5 110.0 107.0 104.0 101.0 7GHz +27 8GHz +27 13 GHz +25 15 GHz +23 18 GHz +23 23 GHz +23 26 GHz +20 +15 3.5 dB/3.5 dB With Hybrid Combiner/Divider (One Antenna System) -90 -87 -84 -81 -86.5 -83.5 -80.5 -77.5 111.5 108.5 105.5 102.5 108.0 105.0 102.0 99.0 -90 -87 -84 -81 -86.5 -83.5 -80.5 -77.5 109.5 106.5 103.5 100.5 106.0 103.0 100.0 97.0 -89.0 -86.0 -83.0 -80.0 -85.5 -82.5 -79.5 -76.5 108.5 105.5 102.5 99.5 105.0 102.0 99.0 96.0 -88.0 -85.0 -82.0 -79.0 -84.5 -81.5 -78.5 -75.5 107.5 104.5 101.5 98.5 104.0 101.0 98.0 95.0 -87.5 -84.5 -81.5 -78.5 -84.0 -81.0 -78.0 -75.0 104.0 101.0 98.0 95.0 100.5 97.5 94.5 91.5

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38 GHz

-87.0 -84.0 -81.0 -78.0 -83.5 -80.5 -77.5 -74.5 98.5 95.5 92.5 89.5 95.0 92.0 89.0 86.0

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IDU LAYOUT (1+0)


MODULE NAME MDP-[ ]MB-[ ] H0091A 4X2 Mb H0092A MAIN BOARD H0092D MAIN BOARD H0093A FRONT BOARD 1 H0095A FRONT BOARD 2 H0095D FRONT BOARD 2 X0581A DC-DC CONV H0174A ASC INTFC 5 H0175A DSC INTFC H0176A ALM INTFC H0172A 64K INTFC -Mounted Mounted -Mounted Mounted Option Option Option Option Option -Option Option Option Option H0091F

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REMARKS

2/4/8/16X2M b Mounted -Mounted Mounted -Mounted Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option VF X 2 CH RS 232/RS422 X 2CH CLUSTER ALM X 2CH G.703 V11 2Mb X 1CH 2 Mb/ 64Kbps 10/100BASE-T(X) X2ch Serial Ethernet 75 / 120 oHMS

9 10 1 3 7 5 6 2 4 8

H0173A 64K INTFC

7 H0171A WS INTFC 8 9 H0177A SC LAN INTFC H0098B LAN INTFC

G5440B PM CARD 1 0 G8896B PM CARD

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IDU LAYOUT (1+1)


MODULE NAME MDP-[ ]MB-[ ] H0161A 4X2 Mb H0164A SW UNIT U1 U2 U3 1 2 3 H0164C SW UNIT H0163A MD UNIT H0163D MD UNIT H0092H MAIN BOARD H0092K MAIN BOARD H0093B FRONT BOARD 1 X0581A DC-DC CONV H0094B SW BOARD 4 H0094D SW BOARD H0093C FRONT BOARD1 H0095A FRONT BOARD2 Mounted -Mounted Mounted Mounted -Mounted Mounted -Mounted Option Option -Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Mounted -Mounted Mounted Mounted -Mounted Mounted -Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option Option -Mounted Mounted H0161F 2/4/8/16X2Mb Mounted

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REMARKS

10 11 1 4 8 9 12

5 6

75/120 Ohms 75/120 Ohms G.703 V.11 2MB x 1 CH VF x 2 CH RS232/RS422 X 2CH Cluster ALM x 2 CH 10/100Base-T(X)x2CH Serial Ether 2MB/64KBPS

H0095D FRONT BOARD2 H0172A 64K INTFC

7 8

H0173A 64K INTFC H0171A WS INTFC H0174A ASC INTFC

7
9

H0175A DSC INTFC H0176A ALM INTFC

3
10 11 12

H0098B LAN INTFC G5440B PM CARD G8896B PM CARD H0177A SC LAN INTFC

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IDU LAYOUT (1+0)


8 1 7 9 5

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10 2

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E1 INTERFACE
When 120 ohms or 75 ohms is used other interface should be terminated using the dip switches on the Switch Board-2 inside the top cover of the IDU.

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120 OHMS BALANCE INTERFACE TWO D-SUB CONNECTORS

75 Ohms unbalance interface is connected to the two d-sub connectors traffic in/out on the IDU front panel Pasolink V4 14

OPTION CARDS
SC LAN INTERFACE: 10 BASE-T (TRANSMISSION RATE 64Kbps) WS INTERFACE (G703): 2.048 Mbps G.703 WS INTERFACE (LAN): 10 BASE-T (TRANSMISSION Rate 2 Mbps) ALM INTERFACE : 2 CH EXTERNAL DRY CONTACT EXTENSION ASC INTERFACE: 2 CH 0.3-3.4 KHz VOICE FREQUENCY TRANSMISSION DSC INTERFACE: 2 CH 9.6 Kbps RS-232C OR RS-422 SELECTABLE 64K INTERFACE (G.703): 1 CH 64 Kbps TRANSMISSION 64K INTERFACE (V11): 1 CH 64 Kbps TRANSMISSION PM CARD(RS-232C): PNMS INTERFACE CARD WITH RS-232C FOR PC PM CARD(LAN): PNMS INTERFACE CARD WITH 10BASE-T FOR PC

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Note: Optional cards cannot be changed without interrupting the main traffic. When SC LAN option card is mounted, it is not possible to mount ASC, DSC, ALM and WS interface cards. When 64k option card is used select either G.703 or V11 card When PM card used select either RS-232C or LAN interface card

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Options

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Standard Option Not Allowed Selectable

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INTERFACES
SERVICE CHANNELS Pasolink V4 uses six Service Channels in its radio overhead frame
OVERHEAD SERVICE CHANNELS SC1 SC2 SC3 SC4 EOW DSC 3 DSC 4 DSC 1 Analog Analog or Digital Engineering Order Wire IDU-IDU, IDU-ODU, ODU-ODU ASC Interface 2 VF CH (0.3 ~ 3.4 KHz ) 600 ohms balanced or DSC Interface 2 CH 9.6 Kbit/s (Async RS-232C, RS-422) Or Alarm extension 2 CH 9.6 Kbit/s RS-232C or 64Kbit/s with G703/V11 card 9.6 Kbit/s, RS-232C / RS-422 / RS-485

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Standard Option Option Standard Option Standard Option

Digital

SC5 SC6

DSC 2

Digital

NMS with optional PM Card (RS-232C or LAN )

Service channels can be connected back-to-back at repeater stations.

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Option Cards
DSC 3 ASC DSC DSC 4 ALM 64Kbps SC 3 SC 2

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9.6 Kbps or 64 Kbps (with option card) DSC 1 SC 4

Note 1 :

If SC LAN card is mounted on a 2MB x 16 System, either 64K or 2MB can be selected. Either WS or SC LAN Card can be mounted.

64k

Note 2 :
SC 5

DSC 2

Note 3 :

WithALM / WS cards can not be mounted. DSC / Option Card

If SC LAN Card is mounted, ASC /

64Kbps

RS232 / LAN

PMC

SC 6

2Mbps (2MB x16 System with WS Card Mounted) 2MB / 64K WS SC LAN 2Mbps WS

) N LA raffic T ain (M

PM

Ca

rd
Note 1 :

SC LAN
S W
Note 2 : Note 3 :

If SC LAN card is mounted on a 2MB x 16 System, either 64K or 2MB can be selected. Either WS or SC LAN Card can be mounted. If SC LAN Card is mounted, ASC / DSC / ALM / WS cards can not be mounted.

64 K
ASC/DSC/ALM

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IDU / ODU BLOCK DIAGRAM

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IDU DETAILED DIAGRAM


2MB INTFC (CH1-CH4)
PLS MON AIS DET INPUT LOSS 1-2 AIS RCVD 1-2 FE LB CONT 1-4 FE LB ANS 1-4 LOOPBACK CKT MEM P-S CONV DPU SCRB MUX PARITY CHECK TIM GEN MEM MUX AIS CONT MEM P-S CONV PLS MON TX CLK VCO 450 KHz TX CLK RX CLK AIS CONT NE LB CONT 1-4 FE LB CONT 1-4 CLK MON OUTPUT LOSS 1-2 OUTPUT LOSS 3-4 INPUT LOSS 3-4 AIS RCVD 3-4 PLS MON AIS DET CLK MON RX CLK LOSS TX CLK LOSS OUTPUT LOSS 1-4 NE LB ANS 1-4 INPUT LOSS 1-4 AIS RCVD 1-4 FE LB CONT 1-4 FE LB ANS 1-4 FE LB CONT 1-4 RX CLK AIS CONT S-P CONV MUX ALM 1-4 SERIAL ALM L BER ALM H BER ALM FSYNC ALM BER ALM PLS MON MST CLK MON D/A DIFF ENC DIG FIL D/A 4PH MOD VCO

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MOD

CH1 IN CH2 IN CH1OUT CH2OUT

TRANS TRANS TRANS TRANS

B-U CONV U-B CONV

LOOPBACK CKT

EOW DEM

EOW MOD CONT MOD CONT DEM

AIS CONT PLS MON

MEM

P-S CONV

-43V DC MOD CW SERIAL DATA FRAME ID AIS CONT OFF BER THRESHOLD BER DET TIM GEN DEM FSYNC A-D CONV DIFF DEC A-D CONV 70 MHz EOW JACK 4PH DEM

AIS CONT OFF BER ALM

LOOPBACK CKT

MEM

CH3 IN CH4IN CH3OUT CH4OUT

TRANS TRANS TRANS TRANS

B-U CONV U-B CONV

LOOPBACK CKT

MEM DEMUX S-P CONV S-P CONV DEMUX

AIS CONT

MEM

DE SCRB

AIS CONT PLS MON

MEM

H
OUT WS IN RJ45

PCM CODEC WS ASC INTFC DSC INTFC ALM INTFC

2MB INTFC (CH5-CH8) SAME AS ABOVE

CLUSTER ALM IN OUT ASC/DSC

64K INTFC DPU SERIAL DPU SERIAL

2MB INTFC (CH9-CH12) SAME AS ABOVE

DSC

IN OUT Z3 LAN INTFC Z4 PM CARD CPU Z5

PORT-1 PORT-2

2MB INTFC (CH13-CH16) SAME AS ABOVE

NMS/RA PORT LA PORT CPU RESET

CPU CLK CPU

CPU ALM ODU IDU TX PWR ALM IF INPUT ALM APC 1 ALM APC2 ALM RX LEV ALM TX DPU ALM TX ALM 2 NO 1 COM 3 NC 5 NO 4 COM 6 NC RL1 INPUT LOSS 1-16 TX CLK LOSS MUX ALM 1-4 OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 RX CLK LOSS H BER ALM MOD ALM F SYNC ALM BER ALM FE LB CONT 1-16 MOD CW AIS CONT 1-16 NE LB CONT 1-16 S-P CONV

S-P CONV

S-P CONV

RX ALM

RL2

FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM FOR 2 MBx N

OPTION CARD

21 NO BER ALM 20 COM 22 NC MAINT 24 NO 23 COM 25 NC Z2 INTERFACE TERMINAL

RL3

RL4

MAINT

OW IN OW OUT

S-P CONV

DATA UP DATA DOWN

P-S CONV

SERIAL ALM SERIAL DATA

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Rate Conversion and Multiplexing Procedure (Example Only- 2MBx4)

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T T
CH #1

16

B-U CONV

OH Bits MEMORY
Super Frame (28 x 16 = 448bits) Sub Frame #1 (28 bits)
16 16

2x2MB Streams
T
CH #2

2048Kbps 2048Kbps

2398.94Kbps 2398.94Kbps

MUX
(INT/ DPU)

P-S CONV
(INT / DPU)

Sub Frame #1 (28 bits)


1 1

B-U CONV

MEMORY OH Bits

16

CH2 Sub Frame #1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

2398.94 X 2 = 4797.88Mbps

P (CH)

CH1 Sub Frame #1

T T
CH #3

16

B-U CONV

OH Bits MEMORY

2x2MB Streams
T
CH #4

2048Kbps 2048Kbps

2398.94Kbps 2398.94Kbps

MUX
(INT / DPU)

P-S CONV
(INT / DPU)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

QPSK MOD

850MHz

Q (CH)

2398.94 X 2 = 4797.88Mbps

Super Frame (28 x 16 = 448bits)

B-U CONV

MEMORY OH Bits

Sub Frame #1 (28 bits)


16 16

Sub Frame #1 (28 bits)


1 1

16

CH2 Sub Frame #1

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Pasolink (4 x 2MB) Frame Format (Example Only)

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P (CH) Sub Frame (28bit) 1 1 12


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 LB C C

Q (CH) Sub Frame (28bit) 12


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1
MA1

12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1
SC4

12
1 2

F11 SC1 F12 SC5 F13 SC1 F14 SC5 F15 SC1 F16 SC5 F17 SC1 F18 SC5 F19 SC1 F1A SC5 F1B SC1 F1C SC5 F1D SC1 F1E SC5 F1F SC1 F1G SC5

P4 SC3

F11 SC2 F22 SC6 F23 SC2 F24 SC6 F25 SC2 F26 SC6 F27 SC2 F28 SC6 F29 SC2 F2A SC6 F2B SC2 F2C SC6 F2D SC2 F2E SC6 F2F SC2 F2G SC6

BZ SC3 ALM ALM P1 SC3 C C SC3 C

SC4 ALM ALM MF SC4 C C

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

F** SC AS C ST P MF LB BZ MA

Frame Bit Service Channel bits AIS Stuff Control Bits Stuffing Parity Bits Multi Framing Bits LB control Buzzer Mux Alarm

MF SC4 C C

P2 SC3 C C SC3 C

MF SC4 C C

MF SC4 C C

SC1 - EOW SC2 ~ SC3 - Anolog , Digital Service Channels , Alarm or SC LAN (option) SC4 ~ SC5 - 9.6kbps channel (default) / 64K (option) SC6 - Used to communicate with PNMS / PNMT

P3 SC3 C C SC3 LB

MF SC4 C C SC4 LB LB

ST

ST

Data 5 Bits x2

ST

ST

Data 5 Bits x2

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PROTECTION SWITCHING
Protection switching in Pasolink (1+1 ) system has several switching priorities.

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Priority 1: Manual switching Control Manual switching is carried out by selecting from the front panel OPR SEL SW [No.1 AUTONo.2] When switched from here both TX and RX sides switches at the same time. Priority 2: Remote switching Control Switching is initiated from external equipment (LCT/PNMT) Priority 3: Automatic switching control When the OPR SEL SW is set to Auto position, for any alarm in the online equipment, traffic will be switched to the standby equipment automatically. TX and RX switchover are performed independently.
TX switching In the (1+1)HS system transmit switching is carried out by setting the standby ODU out put to off by Muting it. The data signal is transmitted in parallel to both CH1 and CH2. RX switching When the Online RX CH fails, the ALM CONT circuit in the SW Board initiate a RX SW Control signal to switch to the standby CH provided it is in normal operating condition.

When Hitless switch is used make sure that the difference between the two IF cable lengths are less than 50 meters

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OW COMMUNICATION

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Buzz
CALL

Back-to-back connection

Buzz

Buzz

Following Order-Wire communications are possible: Communication between Local IDU and Local ODU Communication between Local IDU and Remote IDU Communication between Local ODU and Remote IDU Communication between Local ODU and Remote ODU When back-to-back connection for order wire is provided, OW communication between different hops are possible.
36 37 ALM Input Buzzer Signal Output Buzzer Signal

(1+0)
36 37

ALM Input Buzzer Signal Output Buzzer Signal

OW/DSC/ASC 5 EOW input (+) 6 EOW input (-) 18 EOW output (+) 19 EOW output (-)

OW/DSC/ASC 5 EOW input (+) 6 EOW input (-) 18 EOW output (+) 19 EOW output (-)

When the Call button on the IDU is pressed the buzzer sounds on the remote IDU and all the other IDUs connected through back-to back connections. 24

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OW/RX LEV MONITOR


Meter Indicates the Receive level as a dc voltage OW Indicator Lights when the OW-ON/OFF switch is set to ON. Under this condition if the indicator is not lit replace the battery.

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Battery use 6F22(UB) / 9V battery

OW ON/OFF SW when set to ON enables OW communication between the IDU and the ODU. VOL control Adjust the level of the OW RX signal.

Head set Jack connects the headset for OW communication RX LEV/OW IN connector connect the OW/RX Lev monitor to the ODU using the provided coaxial cable Pasolink V4 25

INDICATORS/SWITCHES/CONTROLS
PWR SW Turns input DC power ON/OFF
RESET SW Initialize CPU
MAINT LED Maintenance Mode ON Loopback control ON CW mode ON Power Mute ON BER AIS Inhibit

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CALL SW EOW calling signal,opposite station buzzer rings

ODU LED Transmit RF power decrease by 3 dB from nominal Receiver level goes below squelch level ODU local oscillator APC loop unlock IF signal from the IDU is low

TX OPR 1 LED When TX side of IDU1 & ODU 1 is online TX OPR 2 LED When TX side of IDU2 & ODU 2 is online

TX ALM 1/2 LED ODU 1/2 TX RF Power decrease by 3 dB from nominal ODU 1/2 local oscillator APC loop unlocks ODU 1/2 input IF signal lost CH 1/2, Master clock signal or output data loss at TX DPU CH1/2 Modulator VCO synchronization is lost CH 1/2, CPU communication between IDU and ODU is lost WS channel usage error in setting Traffic usage of CH[ ] error in setting

OPR SEL NO1.-- Manually selected CH Mo.1 Automatic redundancy switch control NO2.-- Manually selected CH Mo.1

RX ALM 1/2 LED ODU 1/2 RX level falls below squrlch level ODU 1/2 local oscillator APC loop unlocks CH 1/2 DEM IF signal lost HBER worse than 1x10-3 BER worse than preset threshold CH 1/2 Frame synchronization lost at the DPU CH 1/2, CPU communication between ODU and IDU is lost

RX OPR 1 LED RX side of IDU1 and ODU 1 is online RX OPR 2 LED RX side of IDU2 and ODU 2 is online

When the IF cable between the IDU and ODU is disconnected IDU and ODU ALM LEDs start flashing

IDU LED Input data stream of CH() from DTE lost AIS signal from CH() received from DTE DPU TX/RX sysnchronization lost AIS signal sent out on CH () Bipolar output pulse of CHC() is lost at 2M INTFC Traffic channel usage of CH[ ] error in setting HBER is worse than 1x10-3 at DPU section BER is worse than the preset threshold value Carrier synchronization lost at the DEM section MOD VCO sysnchronization lost Output data stream/Master clock lost at TX DPU Frame synchronization is lost at the DPU section WS channel usage error

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INTERFACES
DIGITAL SIGNAL INTERFACES Signal Rate Fix Rate : 4x2 Mbps and 2x10/100BaseT(X)

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NEC PASOLINK SYSTEM HAS THE FOLLOWING ITU-T STANDARD INTERFACES

Rate Free : 2/4/8/16 x 2 Mbit/s and 2x10/100BaseT(X) Interface Impedance Connector HDB-3 (ITU-T G.703) 75 Ohms / 120 Ohms (selectable) 2 MB :D-sub (75/120 Ohms) 2x10/100Base-T(X) : RJ45 Wayside 1x2 Mbit/s (option in 16x2 Mbit/s ) (75 or 120 ohms selectable)

In the case of Nx2 Mbit/s systems, each I/O port is independent ,therefore the 2 Mbit/s signal can be used for different applications- such as relaying 2Mbit/s trunk line or video conferencing. PARALLEL ALARM INTERFACE Interface Relay contact (Form-C) Connector D-Sub (named AUX ALM)
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INTERFACES
MAIN INTERFACE, ETHERNET (10/100BASE-T(X) Type : IEEE 802.3 10Base-T IEEE 802.3u/100Base-TX (Auto sensing or fixed) Port Number and Interface: 2 (Each port is separated ) RJ45 Flow Control: 802.3x Full Duplex or Half Duplex (Backpressure) Forwarding Mode: Store-and-Forwarding Interface card can be used as Ethernet Bridge compliant with IEEE 802.3 Transmission Length: Category 5, Max 100m Transmission Rate: 2Mbps to 32 Mbps (selectable) Depends on the system

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SELECTABLE TRANSMISSION RATES FOR ETHERNET PORTS AND E1 CHANNELS CAPACITY PORT 1 (PRIORITY CH) 2 Mbps 4 X 2 Mbps 4 Mbps 8 Mbps 2 Mbps 8 x 2 Mbps 4 Mbps 8 Mbps 16 Mbps 2 Mbps 16 x 2 Mbps 4 Mbps 8 Mbps 16 Mbps 32 Mbps PORT 2 2 Mbps (N/A) 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) 2 Mbps (N/A) 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) 8 / 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) 2 Mbps (N/A) 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) 8 / 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) 16 / 8 / 4 / 2 Mbps (N/A) AVAILABLE E1 CHANNELS 4 2/3 0/1/2 0 8 6/7 4/5/6 0/2/3/4 0 16 14 / 15 12 / 13 / 14 8 / 10 / 11 / 12 0/4/6/7/8 0

Ethernet Ports and E1 ports can be used at the same time. The number of E1 ports available in this case depends on the Ethernet ports transmission rate. Pasolink V4 28

APPLICABLE TRAFFIC CHANNEL

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SYSTEM

10/100 Base-T PORT1 Disable 2M 2M 4M Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 8M Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 8M 8M 8M 8M 16M PORT2 Disable Disable 2M Disable Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable 2M 4M 8M Disable

Port1 CH used -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2, CH1.CH2 CH3,CH4 -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1 to CH8

Port2 CH used -CH2 ---CH3 -CH3 CH3,CH4 ---CH5 -CH5 CH5,CH6 -CH5 CH5,CH6 CH5,CH6 CH7,CH8 CH1, CH2 CH2 --CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 CH2, CH3, CH4 CH2, CH4 CH3, Ch4 CH4 ---

Applicable Traffic CH Number to use 2 MB

2 x 2MB

4 x 2MB

CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH7, CH8 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH6, CH7, CH8 CH7, CH8 ---

8 x 2MB

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APPLICABLE TRAFFIC CHANNEL


SYSTEM 10/100 Base-T PORT1 Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 16 x 2MB 8M 8M 8M 8M 16M 16M 16M 16M 16M 32M PORT2 Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable 2M 4M 8M Disable 2M 4M 8M 16M Disable -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH16 Channels used for LAN PORT1 --CH9 -CH9 CH9,CH10 -CH9 CH9,CH10 CH9,CH10,CH11,CH12 -CH9 CH9,CH10 CH9,CH10,CH11,CH12 CH9 TO CH16 PORT2 CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 Applicable Traffic CH Number to use 2 MB

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CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 ---

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INTERFACES
RF INPUT / OUTPUT PORT Antenna direct mount type : NEC original interface (13-38 GHz) Wave Guide interface type : 7/8 GHz :SMA 13/15 GHz :PBR140 18/23 GHz :PBR220 26/28 GHz :PBR260 38 GHz :PBR320 Polarization : Field changeable (Vertical or Horizontal)

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-5dBm

(-53 ~ -3 dBm)
Attnenuation (dB)
45dB

8D-FB cable Charac. (Example Only)

850MHz

IDU
70MHz

ODU

-30dBm Nominal Input

15dB

(0 ~ -15 dBm)

0dBm
70MHz 850MHz

Frequency (MHz)

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PASOLINK CONNECTORS FOR 2MB x 16 SYSTEM

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V2 ODU

MDI MDIX Through cable MDI-MDI / MDIX-MDIX Crossover Cable

DC

450KHz / 468KHz AM / OW

10MHz Control ASK

RX 70MHz

TX 850MHz

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IDU (1+0) CONNECTORS


TRAFFIC IN/OUT ( CH 9 TO CH 16 ) CH16 Input (+) 1 20 CH16 output (+) CH16 Input (-) 2 21 CH16 output (-) CH15 Input (+) 3 22 CH15 output (+) CH15 Input (-) 4 23 CH15 output (-) Ground 5 24 Ground CH14 Input (+) 6 25 CH14 output (+) CH14 Input (-) 7 26 CH14 output (-) CH13 Input (+) 8 27 CH13 output (+) CH13 Input (-) 9 28 CH13 output (-) Ground 10 29 CH12 output (+) CH12 Input (+) 11 30 CH12 output (-) CH12 Input (-) 12 31 CH11 output (+) CH11 Input (+) 13 32 CH11 output (-) CH11 Input (-) 14 33 Ground Ground 15 34 CH10 output (+) CH10 Input (+) 16 35 CH10 output (-) CH10 Input (-) 17 36 CH9 output (+) CH9 Input (+) 18 37 CH9 output (-) CH9 Input (-) 19
ALM RL1 (COM) ALM RL1 (NO) ALM RL1 (NC) ALM RL2 (COM) ALM RL2 (NO) ALM RL2 (NC) HK1 ALM Input HK1 ALM Input HK2 ALM Input HK2 ALM Input HK3 ALM Input HK3 ALM Input HK4 ALM INput HK4 ALM Input HK5 ALM Input HK5 ALM Input HK6 ALM Input HK6 ALM Input Ground ALM /AUX ALM 1 20 ALM RL3 (COM) 2 21 ALM RL3 (NO) 3 22 ALM RL3 (NC) 4 23 ALM RL4 (COM) 5 24 ALM RL4 (NO) 6 25 ALM RL4 (NC) 7 26 HK Control Out 1 8 27 HK Control Out 1 9 28 HK Control Out2 10 29 HK Control Out2 11 30 HK Control Out3 12 31 HK Control Out3 13 32 HK Control Out 4 14 33 HK Control Out4 15 34 Not Used 16 35 Not Used 17 36 Buzzer signal In 18 37 Buzzer signal Out 19

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WS Option only on 16x2 Mbps


1 2 4 5 8 WS INTFC 120 Ohms 75 Ohms WS OUT+ WS OUT WS OUTWS IN + WS IN WS IN FG G

Frame Ground IF IN/OUT

10/100Base-T Port 1 & 2 1 2 3 4 MDI-X RD+ RDTD+ TDMDI TD+ TDRD+ RD-

1 2 3 6

SC LAN LAN DSC TX+ LAN DSC TXLANDSC RX+ LAN DSC RX-

1 2 3 6

PNMS LAN LAN PNMS TX+ LAN PNMS TXLANPNMS RX+ LAN PNMS RX-

OW HEADSET JACK

Anti Static strap connector

TRAFFIC IN/OUT ( CH 1 TO CH 8 ) CH8 Input (+) 1 20 CH8 output (+) CH8 Input (-) 2 21 CH8 output (-) CH7 Input (+) 3 22 CH7 output (+) CH7 Input (-) 4 23 CH7 output (-) Ground 5 24 Ground CH6 Input (+) 6 25 CH6 output (+) CH6 Input (-) 7 26 CH6 output (-) CH5 Input (+) 8 27 CH5 output (+) CH5Input (-) 9 28 CH5 output (-) Ground 10 29 CH4 output (+) CH4 Input (+) 11 30 CH4 output (-) CH4 Input (-) 12 31 CH3 output (+) CH3 Input (+) 13 32 CH3 output (-) CH3 Input (-) 14 33 Ground Ground 15 34 CH2 output (+) CH2 Input (+) 16 35 CH2 output (-) CH2 Input (-) 17 36 CH1 output (+) CH1 Input (+) 18 37 CH1 output (-) CH1 Input (-) 19

OW/DSC/ASC ASC1(VF) or Alm1 Input (+) 1 14 ASC1(VF) or Alm1 output (+) ASC1(VF) or Alm1 Input (-) 2 15 ASC1(VF) or Alm1 output (-) ASC2(VF) or Alm2 Input (+) 3 16 ASC2(VF) or Alm2 output (+) ASC2(VF) or Alm2 Input (-) 4 17 ASC2(VF) or Alm2 output (-) EOW input (VF) (+) 5 18 EOW output (VF) (+) EOW input (VF) (-) 6 19 EOW output (VF) (-) 64 KHz Clock input (+) 7 20 64 KHz Clock output (+) 64 KHz Clock input (-) 8 21 64 KHz Clock output (-) DSC1 input (+) 9 22 DSC1 output (+) DSC1 input (-) 10 23 DSC1 output (-) DSC2 input (+) 11 24 DSC2 output (+) DSC2 input (-) 12 25 DSC2 output (-) Ground 13

NMS (PAMS) TXD EMS TXD/TXD+ EMS RXD/TXDEMS TXDR EMS TRS/RXD+ EMS CTS/RXDGROUND PAMS RXD NMS TXD/TXD+ NMS RXD/TXDNMS TXDR NMS RTS/RXD+ NMS CTS/RXD-

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

RA PORT RA TXD RA GND RA RXD RA RTS RA CTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

LA PORT TXD GROUND RXD RTS CTS

1 2 3 4

LINE IN 0V or (+48V) -48V or (0V)

GROUND

LOCAL CTS LOCAL RTS LOCAL RXD GROUND LOCAL TXD

When PM card is not mounted on the equipment NMS port is used as RA port. NMS port or NMS LAN depends on the PM card Type

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IDU (1+1) CONNECTORS


WS Option only on 16x2 Mbps
TRAFFIC IN/OUT ( CH 9 TO CH 16 ) CH16 Input (+) 1 20 CH16 output (+) CH16 Input (-) 2 21 CH16 output (-) CH15 Input (+) 3 22 CH15 output (+) CH15 Input (-) 4 23 CH15 output (-) Ground 5 24 Ground CH14 Input (+) 6 25 CH14 output (+) CH14 Input (-) 7 26 CH14 output (-) CH13 Input (+) 8 27 CH13 output (+) CH13 Input (-) 9 28 CH13 output (-) Ground 10 29 CH12 output (+) CH12 Input (+) 11 30 CH12 output (-) CH12 Input (-) 12 31 CH11 output (+) CH11 Input (+) 13 32 CH11 output (-) CH11 Input (-) 14 33 Ground Ground 15 34 CH10 output (+) CH10 Input (+) 16 35 CH10 output (-) CH10 Input (-) 17 36 CH9 output (+) CH9 Input (+) 18 37 CH9 output (-) CH9 Input (-) 19
1 2 4 5 8 WS INTFC 120 Ohms 75 Ohms WS OUT+ WS OUT WS OUTWS IN + WS IN WS IN FG G

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OW/DSC/ASC 1 14 ASC1(VF) or Alm1 output (+) 2 15 ASC1(VF) or Alm1 output (-) 3 16 ASC2(VF) or Alm2 output (+) 4 17 ASC2(VF) or Alm2 output (-) 5 18 EOW output (VF) (+) 6 19 EOW output (VF) (-) 7 20 64 KHz Clock output (+) 8 21 64 KHz Clock output (-) 9 22 DSC1 output (+) 10 23 DSC1 output (-) 11 24 DSC2 output (+) 12 25 DSC2 output (-) 13 1 2 3 4 LINE IN 0V or (+48V) -48V or (0V)

Anti Static strap connector


1 2 3 4 MDI-X RD+ RDTD+ TDMDI TD+ TDRD+ RD-

10/100Base-T Port 1 & 2

1 2 3 6

SC LAN LAN DSC TX+ LAN DSC TXLANDSC RX+ LAN DSC RX-

1 2 3 6

PNMS LAN LAN PNMS TX+ LAN PNMS TXLANPNMS RX+ LAN PNMS RX-

ASC1(VF) or Alm1 Input (+) ASC1(VF) or Alm1 Input (-) ASC2(VF) or Alm2 Input (+) ASC2(VF) or Alm2 Input (-) EOW input (VF) (+) EOW input (VF) (-) 64 KHz Clock input (+) 64 KHz Clock input (-) DSC1 input (+) DSC1 input (-) DSC2 input (+) DSC2 input (-) Ground

IF IN/OUT Frame Ground


TRAFFIC IN/OUT ( CH 1 TO CH 8 ) CH8 Input (+) 1 20 CH8 output (+) CH8 Input (-) 2 21 CH8 output (-) CH7 Input (+) 3 22 CH7 output (+) CH7 Input (-) 4 23 CH7 output (-) Ground 5 24 Ground CH6 Input (+) 6 25 CH6 output (+) CH6 Input (-) 7 26 CH6 output (-) CH5 Input (+) 8 27 CH5 output (+) CH5Input (-) 9 28 CH5 output (-) Ground 10 29 CH4 output (+) CH4 Input (+) 11 30 CH4 output (-) CH4 Input (-) 12 31 CH3 output (+) CH3 Input (+) 13 32 CH3 output (-) CH3 Input (-) 14 33 Ground Ground 15 34 CH2 output (+) CH2 Input (+) 16 35 CH2 output (-) CH2 Input (-) 17 36 CH1 output (+) CH1 Input (+) 18 37 CH1 output (-) CH1 Input (-) 19

OW HEADSET JACK When PM card is not mounted on the equipment NMS port is used as RA port. NMS port or NMS LAN depends on the PM card Type
NMS (PAMS) TXD EMS TXD/TXD+ EMS RXD/TXDEMS TXDR EMS TRS/RXD+ EMS CTS/RXDGROUND PAMS RXD NMS TXD/TXD+ NMS RXD/TXDNMS TXDR NMS RTS/RXD+ NMS CTS/RXD1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 RA PORT RA TXD RA GND RA RXD RA RTS RA CTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 LA PORT TXD GROUND RXD RTS CTS

ALM RL1 (COM) ALM RL1 (NO) ALM RL1 (NC) ALM RL2 (COM) ALM RL2 (NO) ALM RL2 (NC) ALM RL3 (COM) ALM RL3 (NO) ALM RL3 (NC) ALM RL4 (COM) ALM RL4 (NO) ALM RL4(NC) Buzzer output Buzzer input

Ground

ALM 1 20 2 21 3 22 4 23 5 24 6 25 7 26 8 27 9 28 10 29 11 30 12 31 13 32 14 33 15 34 16 35 17 36 18 37 19

ALM RL5 (COM) ALM RL5 (NO) ALM RL5 (NC) ALM RL6 (COM) ALM RL6 (NO) ALM RL6 (NC) ALM RL7 (COM) ALM RL7 (NO) ALM RL7 (NC) ALM RL8 (COM) ALM RL8 (NO) ALM RL8 (NC)

HK1 alm HK1 alm HK2 alm HK2 alm HK3 alm HK3 alm HK4 alm HK4 alm HK5 alm HK5 alm HK6 alm HK6 alm Ground

input input input input input input input input input input input input

AUX ALM 1 14 2 15 3 16 4 17 5 18 6 19 7 20 8 21 9 22 10 23 11 24 12 25 13

HK Control HK Control HK Control HK Control HK Control HK Control HK Control HK Control

out1 out1 out2 out2 out3 out3 out4 out4

Remote sw(com) Remote sw release

Remote CH1 sel Remote CH2 sel

GROUND

LOCAL CTS LOCAL RTS LOCAL RXD GROUND LOCAL TXD

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ALM / AUX Connectors


AUX Connector (1+1)
Input #6 Input #5 Input #4 Input #3 Input #2 Input #1

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13

12

11

10

G
25 24 23 22 21 21 19 18 17 16 15 14

Remote Switching Output #4


Output #3
Output #2

Output #1

ALM Connector (1+1)


BUZZER 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 RX #2 ALM OUTPUT 11 10 9 RX #1 ALM OUTPUT 8 7 6 TX #2 ALM OUTPUT 5 4 3 TX #1ALM OUTPUT 2 1

C4 C8
37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28

C3 C7
27 26 25

C2 C6
24 23 22

C1 C5
21 BER ALM OUTPUT 20

SW ANS RX

SW ANS TX

MAINT ALM OUTPUT

Not Used

ALM and AUX Connector (1+1) System


G
19 18

Input #1

Input #2

Input #3

Input #4

Input #5

Input #6
RX ALM OUTPUT TX ALM OUTPUT 4 3 2 1

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

37 BZ OUT

36 BZ IN

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21 BER ALM OUTPUT

20

Not Used

Output #1

Output #2

Output #3

Output #4

MAINT ALM OUTPUT

ALM / AUX Connector (1+0) System


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Alarm IN / Control OUT PNMT Window

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OW / DSC / ASC Connector

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INPUT
G 13 12 11 10

INPUT

64K CLK IN Option


8 7

OW IN

ASC/ DSC INPUT

ASC/ DSC INPUT

OW OUT
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

Default
DSC2 (SC5) ASC/ DSC OUTPUT ASC/ DSC OUTPUT

9.6 Default / 64k (Optional)


DSC1 (SC4)

Optional
DSC4 (SC3) DSC3 (SC2)

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

64K CLK OUT Option

INPUT
G 13 12 11

INPUT
10 9

64K CLK IN Option


8 7

OW IN
6 5

ASC/ DSC INPUT


4 3 2

ASC/ DSC INPUT


1

OW Back to Back Connection (Repeater Station)

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

OUTPUT
INPUT
G 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

OUTPUT
DSC1 (SC4)

INPUT

64K CLK IN Option

OW IN

ASC/ DSC INPUT

ASC/ DSC INPUT

DSC2 (SC5)

64K CLK OUT Option

OW OUT

ASC/ DSC OUTPUT


DSC4 (SC3)

ASC/ DSC OUTPUT


DSC3 (SC2)

Default

9.6 Default / 64k (Optional)

Optional

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

64K CLK OUT Option

OW OUT

ASC/ DSC OUTPUT

ASC/ DSC OUTPUT

Note : Same for both (1+1) and (1+0) Systems

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START UP / SHUTDOWN
No.1 CH Power Switch

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No.1 CH Line IN

START UP Check that the LINE IN voltage is between 20 V to 60V (or 20 V to 72 V) with a digital multi-meter, before connecting the power connector to the IDU Turn ON the Power switch on the IDU Allow equipment to warm up for at least 30 minutes SHUT DOWN Turn OFF the power switch on the front of the IDU
No.2 CH Power Switch

No.2 CH Line IN

The common unit is powered by both IDU1 and IDU 2

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TYPICAL ODU BLOCK DIAGRAM


MPX TX RF DATA TX 850 MHz 4M/8M RX 70 MHz AGC 10MHz CONT 4M/8M EOW TX 468 KHz RX 450 KHz +4V TX ATT MON TX IF DET BIT RATE SELECT RX IF LEV RX ATT MON RX APC MON TX APC MON TX PWR MON TX PWR OFF TX FREQ CONT TX IF ATT CONT TX IF AGC CONT RX IF AGC CONT RX 2ND IF ATT CONT TX PWR CONT 17M/34M AGC SYNTH FLO2 FIF2 FIF1 17M/34M 10 MHz SYNTH MULT X2 ALC +7V RX RF DATA SPAN ATT 0,10,20 dB

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FLO1

TEMP

63MHz FOR 7GHz 56MHz FOR 13GHz 280MHz FOR 23/26/ 28/38 GHz

-40V PS -15V +7V

CONT

RX LEV MON

D/A CONV

EOW / RX LEV MON

Input IF signal consists of: 850 MHz TX IF 10MHz Control TX EOW Signal DC power -43V Output IF signal consists of: 70 MHz RX IF RX EOW signal 10MHz Alarm/Response

Each of the input IF signal components are separated in the MPX using separation filters. DC voltage is supplied to the DC-DC CONV to produce regulated DC voltages required in the ODU. The 10 MHz control signal which is ASK modulated is sent to the Control circuit, where the ODU controls like TX Power, RF Frequencies etc. are implemented. The Alarms in ODU are collected in the Control module and sent to the IDU using the ASK modulated 10 MHz signal. The RX EOW signal is separated in the MPX and superimposed with the RX Level from the CPU and sent to the EOW/RX LEV MON connector.

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TYPICAL ODU BLOCK DIAGRAM 7/8 GHz


TX RF DATA MPX 4M/8M TX 850 MHz RX RF DATA RX 70 MHz AGC 10MHz CONT 4M/8M EOW TX 468 KHz RX 450 KHz +4V TX ATT MON TX IF DET BIT RATE SELECT RX LEV MON RX ATT MON RX APC MON TX APC MON TX PWR MON TX PWR OFF TX FREQ CONT TX IF ATT CONT TX IF AGC CONT RX IF AGC CONT RX 2ND IF ATT CONT TX PWR CONT 17M/34M AGC 17M/34M SYNTH 10 MHz SYNTH MULT X2 ALC +7V

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SPAN ATT 0,10,20 dB

TEMP

MUTE SW -40V PS PWR -15V +9V MUTE CONT

EOW MOD H EOW

EOW DEM

MON SEL

D/A CONV

MON GND

Input IF signal consists of: 850 MHz TX IF 10MHz Control TX EOW Signal DC power -43V Output IF signal consists of: 70 MHz RX IF RX EOW signal 10MHz Alarm/Response

Each of the input IF signal components are separated in the MPX using separation filters. DC voltage is supplied to the DC-DC CONV to produce regulated DC voltages required in the ODU. The 10 MHz control signal which is ASK modulated is sent to the Control circuit, where the ODU controls like TX Power, RF Frequencies etc. are implemented. The Alarms in ODU are collected in the Control module and sent to the IDU using the ASK modulated 10 MHz signal. The RX EOW signal is separated in the MPX and demodulated and sent to the Head set Jack. TX EOW signal is modulated using a 468KHz oscillator and sent to the IDU through the MPX .

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17710.00MHz (1)

238.75MHz (A)
17950.00MHz (1)

17948.75MHz (192')

246.25MHz (B)
18197.50MHz (1)

1010MHz
18196.25MHz (198')

Pasolink V4 ODU - 18GHz Frequency Plan

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240.00MHz (D) 240.00MHz (D)

246.25MHz (C)
18445.00MHz (1) 18685.00MHz (193')

18443.75MHz (198')

18720.00MHz (1)

238.75MHz (A)
18960.00MHz (1)

18958.75MHz (192')

246.25MHz (B)
19207.50MHz (1)

19206.25MHz (198')

246.25MHz (C)
19455.00MHz (1)

18G FREQUENCY BAND (1010MHz FREQ. SHIFT and 1.25MHz Spacing)

19453.75MHz (198')

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19695.00MHz (193')

ALARM TABLE

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UNPACKING IDU / ODU

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Open the carton Take out the cushioning materials Take out the IDU with the antistatic bag from the carton Take out the IDU from the antistatic bag Inspect IDU Pasolink V4

Open the carton Take out the ODU with the cushioning materials Remove the cushioning material from the ODU Inspect ODU 44

IDU MOUNT
FRONT POSITION

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WALL

Align the IDU to the mount position

Fix each side of the IDU to the rack with (M5) screws

When mounting the IDU in a 19 inch rack, leave a space of 200mm to the rear section and space of one rack unit to the top and bottom.

CENTER POSITION

Mount the two brackets to the IDU with four screws

Align the IDU to the center mount position and fix each side with (M5) screws

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V /H POLARIZATION (1+1)
Screws V-POL HYBRID

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H-POL Antenna connection unit

Antenna direct mounting type ODU

PROCEDURE FOR SETTING V/H POLARIZATION

ANTENNA Antenna is set to V polarization when shipped from the factory To change to H polarization, loosen the four screws and rotate the antenna connection unit by 90 degrees. Then tighten the screws.

NEC HYBRID UNIT Hybrid is set to V polarization when shipped from the factory To change to H polarization, loosen the two screws and rotate the two plates as shown and fix it back.

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ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNT V/H POL

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PROCEDURE FOR SETTING V/H POLARIZATION

When vertical polarization is required, rotate the IDU so that the plate marked with V is pointing up. Fix the ODU in this position

When horizontal polarization is required, rotate the IDU so that the plate marked with H is pointing up. Fix the ODU in this position

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POLE MOUNTING BRACKET

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WALL MOUNTING BRACKET

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BOLT

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Antenna Direct Mount Type

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Remove the Blanking plate Mount the blanking plate here for reuse

1.Mount the Hybrid to the Antenna with screws, use the guide pins to position correctly

2.Fix the ODUs one by one to the Hybrid. Take care not to damage the o-rings. Pasolink V4 50

Antenna connection using WG

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TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE O-RING

WAVEGUIDE WITH PBR [ ] FLANGE

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GROUNDING

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Antenna Orientation - 1

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At each station remove the cap from the RX LEV MON connector. At each station connect cable between the RX LEV MON connector in the ODU and OW/RX LEV IN connector in the OW/RX LEV MONITOR unit or digital multi-meter. Adjust the azimuth and the elevation so as to maximize the RX LEV voltage indicated on the voltage display, one station at a time. AZ Angle Adjustment 1. Loosen the Bolt (Nut) 2-2. Secure the Bolts (nuts). EL Angle Adjustment 3. Loosen Bolts 4. Adjust EL angle by the bolts (nuts) Secure the Bolts (nuts). After adjustment disconnect the RX LEV MONITOR /Digital Multi-meter Put back the cap on the RX LEV MON connector

2-1. Adjust AZ angle by the two Bolts (nuts)

NEW TYPE BRACKET Pasolink V4

OLD TYPE BRACKET 53

Antenna Orientation - 2

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ORDER-WIRE TESTS
Connect the OW/RX LEV MONITOR to the RX LEV MON connector on the ODU. Connect Headsets to the EOW Jacks on the front panel of the local and remote IDUs and Headset Jack on the OW/ RX LEV MONITOR. Press the Call Button on the local IDU and confirm that the buzzer on the opposite IDU is activated.. Confirm that OW communication between Local IDU and the Remote IDU is possible. Confirm that OW communication between Local IDU and the local ODU and/ or opposite ODU is possible Confirm that OW communication between Local ODU and the opposite ODU is possible Disconnect the headsets and OW/RX LEV monitors.

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Note: It is possible to extend the OW communication to other Hops in the link. Establish back-to-back connections as shown.

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75 / 120 TERMINATION
75 Ohms or 120 Ohms impedance for the 2 Mbps channel is selected from the front board. Usually set in the factory according to the customer requirements H0091A IDU (4x2 Mbps) only S1 SW is available in the Front Board 2. H0091F IDU (2/4/8/16x2 Mbps) S1, S2, S3, S4 are available in the front board 2.. When main interface is 75 Ohms, set all switches to 75 side

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Available in 2/4/8/16/x 2 Mbps IDUs When WS interface is 75 Ohms, set all switches to 75 side. Shows the selected position

When main interface is 120 Ohms, set all switches to 120 side When WS interface is 120 Ohms, set all switches to 120 side.

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PDH Error Performance Monitor (ITU-T Rec. G.826)


1 Sec Duration 01 02 03 04 05 498 499 500

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4096 BITS IN 2mS G732 MULTIFRAME STRUCTURE

00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

256 BITS IN 125 s G732 FRAME STRUCTURE

00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
CH1 ~ CH15: CH DATA
FRAME ALIGNMENT TIME SLOT

CH16 ~ CH30 : CH DATA


SIGNALLING TIME SLOT

DATA CONTENTS OF FRAME ALIGNMENT TIME SLOT (CCIT Rec. G703) 1


C1 Time Slot # 0 Data in a MULTI FRAME Sub Multi frame -1(SMF) Sub Multi frame -2(SMF)

DATA CONTENTS OF SIGNALLING TIME SLOT


BIT SLOT FRAME '0' FRAME '1' FRAME '2' FRAME ALIGNMENT SIGNAL (Even Frames) FRAME '15'

2 0 0

3 0 0

4 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x

5 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x

6 0 x 0 x 0 x 0 x 0 x 0 x 0 x 0 x

7 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x

8 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x

1 0

2 0

3 0

4 0

8 x

BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

x A2 x CH 16 CH 17 CH n

0
C2

1 A1 1 A1 0 0 0 0 1 A1 1 A1 0 0 0 0 1 A1 1 A1 0 0 0 0 1 A1 1 A1

CH 01 CH 02

0
C3

1
C4

CH 15
MULTI FRME ALIGNMENT SIGNAL

CH 30

0
C1

1
C2

1
C3 E C4 E

Notes: 1. The frame alignment signal appears at the time slot '0' of alternate frames 2. A1 is normally '0' but change to 1 when frame alignment is lost 3. A2 is normally '0' but change to 1 when multiframe alignment is lost 4. CH 'n' (n=01 to 30) contains 4 bits signalling message associated with the data channel 'n' 5. 'x' is set by a switch, it is normally '1' (spare) 6. E is normally '1' but change to'0' when an errored SMF is detected using CRC4 (CRC4 Error Indication bits , SMF basis)
CRC Frame Structure CRC4 ( a2)

BW ALARMS (inform the performance of it's transmit)

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PDH Error Performance Monitor (ITU-T Rec. G.826)


a1
1sec Duration
299 301

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a2

d1

d2

d3

ES

BBE*

SES

Remarks No Error Condition ES Indication


No BBE being a part of SES No BBE being a part of SES No BBE being a part of SES No BBE being a part of SES

SMF (a2) / MF MF / Sec SMF / Sec


CRC4 is SMF basis

=2 = 500 = 1000 =8 = 500 = 4000

FAS (a1) / MF MF / Sec FAS / Sec


299

a1 - Errored Frame Alignment Signal a2 - An Errored Block as indicated by EDC (CRC4) d1 - Loss of Signal (LOS) d2 - Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) d3 - Loss of Frame Alignment * - Based on a one Block Period (SMF - 1ms)

Indicates the Number of Block Errors within a 1 second period An ES is observed when, during 1 s, at least one anomaly a1 or a2, or one defect d1 to d3 occurs. An SES is observed when, during 1 s, more than 30% anomalies of a2, or one defect d1 to d3 occurs. An ES is observed when an anomaly a1 or a2, occurs. in a block (SMF) not being part of SES.

ES SES BBE -

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Background Block Error Rate

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Measurement Period
300 301 432 323 456 564 456 432 378 345 900 876 231 245 123 12 44

3 sec

10 sec

3 sec

10 sec

4 sec

Unavailability detected Available Time Error free second

Availability detected Available Time Block error second

Note : Number of Blocks per second is 1000 Available time : 17secs BBER : 655 / 17 x 1000

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Pasolink V4 LCT Training Manual

NEC International Training, Ltd. Japan

LCT CONNECTION-1
The Pasolink equipment can be configured controlled and monitored locally using the Local Craft Terminal (LCT). Using the LCT it is possible to monitor the local Indoor Unit and related Out Door Unit A personal computer can be used as the LCT and terminal software like windows Hyper terminal can be used to communicate with the IDU. The terminal software, communications parameters should be set as follows
RS 232C Cable 9600 8 None 2 Hardware VT100 Video Terminal Add CR/LE at end of line: yes Local Echo: No (Send line ends with line feeds: yes)* (Echo typed characters locally: No)* Receiving CR : No Return to the right edge : Yes Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No (Append line feed to incoming line feeds :no)* (Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No)* (Wrap lines that exceed terminal width : Yes)* Communication Port COM1 * Settings for Windows Hyper Terminal Bits per second Data bits Parity Stop bits Flow Control Emulation Transmission (1 + 1) configuration

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Personal computer

The length of RS232C cable between the PC and IDU shall be less than 15 meters

Local Craft Terminal V4

LCT CONNECTION-2
The Remote Pasolink equipment (opposite station ) can be configured controlled and monitored from the local IDU using the Local Craft Terminal (LCT). Connect the LCT to the NMS/RA port. Using the LCT it is possible to monitor the Remote Indoor Unit and related Out Door Unit Remote configuring/monitoring is not possible when the PM card is mounted or during HBER alarm condition. A personal computer can be used as the LCT and terminal software like windows Hyper terminal can be used to communicate with the IDU. The terminal software, communications parameters should be set as follows
9600 8 None 2 Hardware VT100 Video Terminal Add CR/LE at end of line: yes Local Echo: No (Send line ends with line feeds: yes)* (Echo typed characters locally: No)* Receiving CR : No Return to the right edge : Yes Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No (Append line feed to incoming line feeds :no)* (Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No)* (Wrap lines that exceed terminal width : Yes)* Communication Port COM1 * Settings for Windows Hyper Terminal Bits per second Data bits Parity Stop bits Flow Control Emulation Transmission (1 + 1) configuration

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Personal computer RS 232C Cable Note: Connect the RS232C cable between the PC and IDU only after the IDU power is ON

The length of RS232C cable between the PC and IDU shall be less than 15 meters

Local Craft Terminal V4

HYPER-TERMINAL SETTING

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File >> Properties on Hyper Terminal window

Local Craft Terminal V4

LOCAL CRAFT TERMINAL - MENUS


1. Bit rate (16 x 2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. MAINT 2. FE loop back cont 1-16 3. NE loop back control 1-16 4. BER ALM >> AIS 5. CW on/off 6. Power mute 7. ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. MAINT 2. FE loop back cont 1-16 3. NE loop back control 1-16 4. BER >> AIS 5. CW on/off 6. Power mute-1 7. Power mute-2 8.TX SW Cont 9. RX SW Cont 10.ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3.Alarm / Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu 99. Exit Setting 1. ATPC/MTPC 2. MTPC TX power 3. ATPC power range 4. ODU ALM mode 5. RX Threshold 00. Menu 99. Exit INPUT LOSS AIS RCVD AIS SEND OUTPUT LOSS WS INPUT LOSS WS AIS RCVD WS AIS SEND WS OUTPUT LOSS LAN INTFC ALM TX CLK LOSS RX CLK LOSS FSYNC ALM HIGH BER ALM LOW BER ALM BER ALM MOD ALM DEM ALM OPR ALM TX PWR ALM RX LEV ALM APC 1 ALM APC2 ALM IF INPUT ALM MAINT TX SEL RX SEL MDP CPU ALM TX power ctrl

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Password : Password Change: ( 1+0 ) Maintenance

Port setting

1. System configuration 2. LAN setting 3. Channel Usage Error 00. Menu 99. Exit

1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit

1. Throughput 2. Mode 3. Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5. CAS 6. CRC 7. Collision Report 00. Menu 99. Exit

LAN setting

Next Iterm

Alarm Table

1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit

Transmit power *.** V Receivng level *.**V

( 1+1 )

Manufactured date Software version (ROM/RAM) Manufacrured date Bit rate Option modules Manufacture date Software version (ROM) Bit rate RF band Sub band Start frequency Shift Frequency Serial number CH seperation

INPUT LOSS 1-16 CHANNEL USAGE ERROR 1-16 AIS RCVD 1-16 AIS SEND 1-16 OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 LAN INTFC ALM WS INPUT LOSS WS AIS RCVD WS AIS SEND WS OUTPUT LOSS TX CLK LOSS RX CLK LOSS FSYNC ALM HIGH BER ALM LOW BER ALM BER ALM MOD ALM DEM ALM MDP CPU ALM TX PWR ALM RX LEV ALM APC 1 ALM APC2 ALM IF INPUT ALM MUTE TX FREQ CH RX FREQ CH

Maintenance

Monitoring

IDU

Local Craft Terminal V4

ODU

ODU

IDU

LCT MAIN MENU


Connect the LCT PC to the IDU LA Port or RA port using a RS232-C cable. Open the communication software (eg. HyperTerminal). Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time Password :******** Change Password? (No:0/Yes:1) :1 New Password :******** New Password (Re-enter) :******** 1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 99. Exit Select Function No. : When the password is entered, the display will prompt to change the password if required. Select 1 key and ENTER to change password 0 key and ENTER to display the LCT main menu If password change is selected, enter the new password when prompted and re-enter the password for confirmation. The password can be up to 31 characters long. The characters that could be used are 0 to 9, A to Z and a to z. When the LCT is connected to the RA port, enter the Password for the opposite station Pasolink. Local Craft Terminal V4

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LCT MAIN MENU LCT main menu has the following main functions. Setting: Local configuration of IDU and ODU

Maintenance:IDU and ODU maintenance functions Monitoring: Pasolink Alarm / Status Monitoring function

From the LCT main menu and sub-menus select 99. EXIT to close the LCT program. From the sub menus, select 00.Menu to display the LCT main menu After data is entered to cancel or go back to higher level menu, press ESC

SETTING MENU
SETTING menu is used to configure/setup the Pasolink IDU and ODU locally. Use this menu to set: RF frequencies of the ODU TX Power control mode and level Bit Rate used in the IDU Alarm setting Service Channel assignment AIS setting Main Channel usage Current setting for each menu item is shown in brackets. 1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No. : Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS channel usage 10.DSC1 11.DSC2 12.DEM invert 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00.Menu 99.Exit Select Item No. : Local Craft Terminal V4 (16x2MB) (on) (on) (4ch) (ATPC) (used:UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) (10-3) (1) (on) (232) (232) (off)

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Press 1 and Enter

Press : 00 and Enter to go back to LCT Main Menu Press: 99 and Enter to exit the LCT program

Note: The Items shown on the Setting menu depends on the optional hardware mounted and the configuration.

BIT RATE SETTING


Setting 1. Bit rate (16x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (alarm) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm) 4. TX/RX frequency (1ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1-16 (used:UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-5) 8. Frame ID (2) 9. WS channel usage (on) 9. DSC1 (232) 10. DSC2 (232) 11. DEM invert (off) 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :2

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There are two types of IDUs. The first type is fixed bit rate and the second type is variable bit rate. In the fixed bit rate type (4 x 2MB), the bit rate is automatically detected and set in the IDU. User cannot change the bit rate settings form this menu. The variable bit rate type IDUs are 32Mb/s rate. and the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4, 2MBx8 or 2MBx16. The display will show the rate selection accordingly. In the variable rate type IDU enter the number corresponding to the bit rate required and press the ENTER key. Press any key to display the Setting menu. Remember to change the remote IDU bit rate to normalize the system.

Press 1 and Enter

1. Bit rate (transmission capacity) (4x2MB) Bit rate (2x2:0 / 4x2:1 / 8x2:2 / 16x2:3) : 2 Changing the bit rate will cause temporary communication loss until the bit rate of the opposite site is changed. The buzzer may be issued until then. Press any key to continue ... Press ESC key to quit

The IDU has two type of 2Mb input connections. 75 ohm unbalance or 120 ohm balanced. When 75 ohm connection is used the 120 ohm input should be properly terminated. This termination can be carried out using the dipswitches inside the IDU top cover. Local Craft Terminal V4 7

MAIN CHANNEL USAGE


Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. DSC1 10. DSC2 11. DEM invert 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (status) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (232) (422) (off)

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#:

Indicates the channels that are restricted by hardware limitations, bit rate setting or selected for LAN signal transmission.

U : Indicates when the channel is used for E1 transmission. N : Indicates when the channel is not used. Inhibits alarm.

Press 6 and Enter


6. Main channel usage 1-16 ( 1:used 2:not used 3:not used 4:not used 5:N/A 6:N/A 7:N/A 8:N/A 9:N/A 10:N/A 11:N/A 12:N/A 13:N/A 14:N/A 15:N/A 16:N/A )

The variable bit rate type IDUs are either 16MB/s or 32Mb/s rate. In 16Mb/s type the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4 or 2MBx8 and 32Mb/s type the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4, 2MBx8 or 2MBx16. The display will show the rate selection accordingly.

Select channel No. :2 Channel 2 (used:0 / not used:1) :0

Select the channel number and then select: 0 and Enter to use the channel for E1 transmission 1 and Enter not to use the channel for E1 transmission. N/A indicates the channels that are not available for E1 transmission due to 10/100 Base-T LAN assignment or hardware restrictions Local Craft Terminal V4 8

ALARM INDICATION SIGNAL (AIS) SETTING


Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. DSC1 10. DSC2 11. DEM invert 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (232) (422) (off)

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Press 2 and Enter

2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) AIS RCVD alarm/status (status:0 /alarm :1 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm)

Press 3 and Enter

AIS SEND alarm/status (status:0 /alarm :1


NOTE: This setting applies to all E1 channels

AIS SEND When the AIS signal is sent from the IDU to the MUX equipment or to back-to-back connection, AIS SEND condition can be indicated as an alarm item or status item. When AIS SEND is set to alarm , and AIS is sent out the front panel IDU alarm LED lights. When AIS SEND is set to status and AIS is sent out, no alarm indication is initiated. Press [3] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the AIS SEND alarm/status function. Screen display the current setting in parenthesis. Press [1] and [Enter] to set AIS SEND as an alarm Press [0] and [Enter] to set AIS SEND as a status change The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required 9

AIS RECEIVED When the AIS signal is received from the MUX equipment or from back-to-back connection, this condition can be indicated as an alarm item or status item. When AIS RCVD is set to alarm , on reception of AIS the front panel IDU alarm LED lights. When AIS RCVD is set to status on reception of AIS no alarm indication is initiated. Press [2] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the AIS RCVD alarm/status function. Screen display the current setting in parenthesis. Press [1] and [Enter] to set AIS RCVD as an alarm Press [0] and [Enter] to set AIS RCVD as a status change The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required.

Local Craft Terminal V4

AIS Function - 1
Indicate AIS

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AIS
PN

IDU
AIS GEN

IDU
AIS GEN

AIS
PN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Indicate AIS

IDU
PN Input Loss AIS RCVD AIS SEND
AIS GEN

IDU
AIS GEN

AIS
PN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Indicate AIS AIS

Indicate AIS

IDU
AIS GEN

IDU
al ign of S s Los
AIS GEN

AIS
PN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

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AIS Function - 2
Indicate AIS
FE Loop Back Set

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Indicate AIS

AIS
AIS
AIS GEN

AIS GEN

AIS
PN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Indicate AIS AIS AIS


Input Loss AIS RCVD AIS SEND NE Loop Back Set
AIS GEN

Indicate AIS

AIS
PN

AIS GEN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

Indicate AIS

Indicate AIS

AIS
HIGH BER

AIS GEN

AIS
PN

AIS
Input Loss AIS RCVD AIS SEND

AIS GEN

Input Loss

AIS RCVD

AIS SEND

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TX / RX FREQUENCY SETTING
Setting 1. Bit rate (16x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (alarm) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm) 4. TX/RX frequency (1ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1-16 (used:UNNN NNNN NNNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-5) 8. Frame ID (2) 9. DSC1 (232) 10. DSC2 (232) 11. DEM invert (off) 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :4

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This menu item is used to configure the ODU transmit and receive frequencies. The ODU frequency band information is shown in the label attached to it.

1010

Press 4 and Enter


4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) TX/RX frequency (0ch - 255ch) : 1

This information may include : 1+0 or (1+1) Hot Standby Configuration TX frequency used is High band or low band Frequency Sub band used A, B, C, or D. Shift Frequency used Refer the Radio Frequency Assignment tables to select the channel number corresponding to the required Transmit and receive frequencies

4. TX/RX frequency (No.1:4ch / No.2: 10ch) 1. No.1 TX/RX Frequency (4ch) 2. No.2 TX/RX frequency (10ch) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. : 1

1+1 Twin Path Configuration

Press [4] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the TX/RX Frequency setting function. Screen displays the current channel number set. Enter the required channel number and press [Enter]. The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required. When selecting ODUs for a link (Hop), High and Low pair should be selected. If one side ODU is TX High the opposite ODU should be TX Low. 12

Local Craft Terminal V4

TX POWER CONTROL-1
Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. DSC1 10. DSC2 11. DEM invert 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (232) (422) (off)

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When MTPC is selected, indicate the attenuator setting from the maximum power.

Press 5 and Enter


5. TX power ctrl (ATPC)

5. TX power ctrl (-5dB)

1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) 2. MTPC TX power (-5dB) 3. ATPC TX power range (MAX : 0dB / MIN : -15dB) 4. ODU ALM mode (hold) 5. RX threshold (-60dBm) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :1

3. ATPC TX power range (MAX : 0dB / MIN : -15dB) MAX power (-30 to 0dB) :-5 MIN power (-30 to -5dB) :-20

ATPC TX POWER RANGE ATPC range defines the maximum and minimum transmission power during the ATPC operation. From the TX power ctrl menu, select [3] and press Enter. Enter the required attenuation in dB to set the maximum output power during the ATPC operation Then enter the required attenuation in dB to set the minimum output power during the ATPC operation If the maximum output power of the ODU is +20 dBm, then for an ATPC MAX PWR setting of 0dB and ATPC MIN PWR setting of -10dB, the ODU output power during ATPC operation can vary between +20 dBM and +10dBM. The MAX power must be set to a value larger than MIN power, and MIN power must be set to a value less than MAX power

1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) ATPC/MTPC (MTPC:0 / ATPC:1) :0

2.MTPC TX power (0dB) MTPC TX power (-30 to 0dB) :-5

ATPC/MTPC MODE SELECTION This menu item select the TX PWR Control mode to be used. The first option is Manual TX Power Control (MTPC), where the output power is set manually. The second option is Automatic TX Power Control (ATPC), Where the output power varies dynamically depending on the receive signal level of the opposite station. From the TX power ctrl menu , select [1] and press Enter. Select: 0 and Enter for MTPC 1 and Enter for ATPC After selection the TX power ctrl Menu appears.

MANUAL TX POWER CONTROL MTPC TX PWR defines the ODU output power in MTPC mode. The value entered is the attenuation level in dB from the maximum ODU output power. From the TX power ctrl menu, select [2] and press Enter MTPC setting range is 0 to .-30 dB To get maximum output power set the attenuation to 0dB. After setting the TX power ctrl Menu appears

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TX POWER CONTROL-2
Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. DSC1 10. DSC2 11. DEM invert 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (232) (422) (off)

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Press 5 and Enter


5. TX power ctrl (-5dB)

1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) 2. MTPC TX power (-5dB) 3. ATPC TX power range (MAX : 0dB / MIN : -15dB) 4. ODU ALM mode (hold) 5. RX threshold (-60dBm) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :1

4. ODU ALM mode (hold) ODU ALM mode (MAX:0 / MIN:1 / hold:2) :1

5. RX threshold (-60dBm) RX threshold (-80 to -30dBm) :-55

ODU ALARM MODE This menu item defines the ODU transmit power level when ATPC control communication between IDU and ODU fails. In MTPC mode this setting is ignored. MAX: Power is controlled to ATPC Max level MIN : Power is controlled to ATPC Min level HOLD: Power is maintained at current level From the TX power ctrl menu , select [4] and press Enter. Select: 0 and Enter to set MAX HOLD 1 and Enter to set MIN HOLD 2 and Enter to set HOLD After selection the TX power ctrl Menu appears.

RX THRESHOLD When the monitored RX signal level falls below this level, a control signal is sent to the opposite station to initiate the ATPC function From the TX power ctrl menu, select [5] and press Enter RX Threshold setting range is -80 to -30 dBm Set the required RX threshold level for ATPC operation. After setting the TX power ctrl Menu appears

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WS CHANNEL USAGE & DEM INVERT


Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS Channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (not used) (232) (422) (off)

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Press 12 and Enter 12.DEM invert (off) DEM invert (off:0 / on:1) : 0 DEM INVERT When the ODU receive signal is down converted the signal sent to the IDU may have a normal or inverted spectrum. Press [12] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the DEM INVERT function. The screen displays the current selection Press [0] and [Enter] to select DEM Invert off Press [1] and [Enter] to select DEM invert on Note: 8GHz 728MHz shift-E7426B / E9747B,F 7GHz 161MHz shift-G6583A,B / G6584A,B 7GHz 154MHz shift-G6583E,F / G6584E,F 8GHz all Types G6585,G6586,G3362,G3363 For the listed ODUs select DEM invert ON The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required. 15

Press 9 and Enter

Select item No.

:6

9. WS channel usage (not used) WS Channel usage (used:0 / not used:1) : 0 WS CHANNEL USAGE The WS option is applicable only on the 16x2 MB system with WS INTFC mounted. In this case if WS E1 channel is not used, set this to not use inhibit alarms. When the WS INTFC module (optional) is not mounted, this menu item is not displayed. Press [9] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the WS channel usage function. The screen displays the current selection Press [0] and [Enter] to select WS channel use Press [1] and [Enter] to select WS channel not use

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Press 8 and Enter 8. Frame ID (2) Input ID No. (0-7) : 1 FRAME ID This item defines the Frame ID of the transmit/receive signal. The Frame ID is used at the receive station to identify the correct receive signal. As a signal with a different Frame ID cannot be received, the Frame ID of the opposite station should be set to the same ID number. In the (1+1) Hot standby system, both No.1 and No.2 channels should have the same Frame ID. The number of Frame IDs, which can be set, is eight (ID0 to ID7). Press [8] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the Frame ID setting function. The screen displays the current Frame ID number. Enter a value between 0 and 7, corresponding to the required Frame ID and press Enter. Factory setting for Frame ID is: 2MB x 2, 2MB x 4, : 0 2MB x 8 : 1 2MB x 16 : 2
Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. DSC1 10. DSC2 11. DEM invert 12. Alarm table 13. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (232) (422) (off)

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Press 7 and Enter

7. BER alarm threshold (10-4) BER alarm threshold (10-3:0, 10-4:1, 10-5:2, 10-6:3 ) BER ALARM THRESHOLD When excessive BER is detected, the IDU insert AIS into the data streams sent to the MUX equipment. Threshold value for AIS insertion can be selected as 1 x 10-3, 1 x 10-4, 1 x 10-5 or 1 x10-6 . Press [7] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the BER alarm threshold setting function. The screen displays the current BER alarm threshold to insert AIS. Enter a value between 0 and 3, corresponding to the required BER threshold and press Enter. The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required.

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DSC ASSIGNMENT
Pasolink V4 uses six service channels in its radio overhead frame as shown in the table.
Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS Channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (not used) (232) (422) (off)

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OVERHEAD SERVICE CHANNELS

SC1 EOW

Analog

Engineering Order Wire IDU-IDU, IDU-ODU, ODU- Standard ODU

SC2 DSC 3 Analog or ASC Interface 2 VF CH (0.3 ~ 3.4 KHz ) 600 ohms Option Digital balanced or SC3 DSC 4 DSC Interface 2 CH 9.6 Kbit/s (Async RS-232C, RS-422) Or Alarm extension 2 CH 9.6 Kbit/s RS-232C or 64Kbit/s with G703/V11 card 9.6 Kbit/s, RS-232C / RS-422 / RS-485 Option Option Standard Option Standard Option

SC4 DSC 1 Digital SC5 DSC 2 Digital

SC6 NMS with optional PM Card (RS-232C or LAN )

DSC1 default setting is 9.6Kbps RS232C interface. A 64Kbps G703 interface card or V11 interface card are available as an option. DSC2 can be used as a 9.6Kbps interface with RS232C / RS 422 / RS485 interface selectable.

DSC1 Press [10] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the DSC1 interface function. The screen displays the current interface type selected. Press [0] and [Enter] to select RS 232C as the DSC1 interface Press [1] and [Enter] to select 64Kpbs as the DSC1 interface (option) The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required

Press 10 and Enter 10.DSC1 (232) DSC1 (232:0 / 64k:1) : 0

Press 11 and Enter DSC2 Press [11] and [Enter] from the Setting menu to select the DSC2 interface function. 11.DSC2 (232) The screen displays the current interface type selected. Press [0]and [Enter] to select RS 232C as the DSC2 interface Press [1]and [Enter] to select RS422 as the DSC2 interface DSC2 (232:0 / 422:1 / 485(TERM):2 / 485(NON TERM):3) : 0 Press [2]and [Enter] to select RS 485 (terminated) as the DSC2 interface Press [3]and [Enter] to select RS485 (non terminated) as the DSC2 interface The setting menu appears to select another menu item if required Local Craft Terminal V4 17

ALARM TABLE
Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS Channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (not used) (232) (422) (off)

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12.Alarm table 1/2 Form C1 Form C2 Form C3 Form C4 OUT ------------------------OUT ----OUT --------OUT --------OUT ------------OUT OUT -----

Press 13 and Enter

1.INPUT LOSS 2.AIS RCVD 3.AIS SEND 4.OUTPUT LOSS 5.TX CLK LOSS 6.FSYNC ALM 7.HIGH BER ALM 8.LOW BER ALM 9.BER ALM

Press any key to continue ... 12.Alarm table 2/2 Form C1 Form C2 Form C3 Form C4 OUT --------OUT ----OUT OUT ----OUT --------OUT ----OUT OUT ----OUT OUT ----OUT ------MASK MASK MASK OUT :10

This menu item defines the external relay outputs. The alarms are sent out through four relays(1+0) or six relays(1+1). Multiple alarms can be assigned to any relay and alarms can be assigned to multiple relays To assign an alarm to a Form C relay, enter the alarm item number and press Enter. Selected alarm item is displayed, with the Form C relays. If the alarm is already assigned to any relay it is indicated by the characters OUT below the assigned Form C relay. When prompted Select Form C No. (1-4 or 6): Enter the Form number and press Enter. When prompted Form C# (Output-No:0 / Yes:1 ) Press [1] and [Enter] to assign the alarm item to the relay output The display will show OUT under the relay number corresponding to the alarm. When prompted Other Form selected? , enter the form number if the alarm is to be assigned to more than one relay or 0 to select another alarm item or exit.
MASK---No alarm issued under maintenance mode. OUT ---Indicates alarm is issued from the corresponding relay

10.MOD ALM 11.DEM ALM 12.OPR ALM 13.TX PWR ALM 14.RX LEV ALM 15.APC1 ALM 16.APC2 ALM 17.IF INPUT ALM 18.MAINT

Select item No. (1-18 , 0:no change)

10.MOD ALM

Form C1 Form C2 Form C3 Form C4 OUT -------

Select Form C No. (1-4) :3 Form C1 Form C2 Form C3 Form C4 OUT ------:1

10.MOD ALM

Form C3 (output-no:0 / yes:1)

10.MOD ALM

Form C1 Form C2 Form C3 Form C4 OUT --OUT ---

Other Form C select? (no:0 / Form C No.:1-4) :0 Other item select? (no:0 / item No.:1-18):0

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NEXT ITEMS MENU


Setting 1. Bit rate 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS Channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :6 (4x2MB) (status) (alarm) (1ch) (ATPC) (used:UNNN #### #### ####) (10-4) (2) (not used) (232) (422) (off)

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Press 14 and Enter


14. Next item 1. System Configuration (Hot standby) 2. LAN setting 3. Channel usage error (report) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :

CHANNEL USAGE ERROR


1. Channel usage error (not report)

Channel usage error(report:0 / not report:1) :0

System Configuration menu item appears only in (1+1) systems.

When a main channel or WS channel is selected as not used, and the 2MB or WS interface detects a 2MB signal at the input, This item defines whether to report or not to report this condition as an alarm event. From the Next items menu select 3 and Enter. Current reporting status is shown within the brackets. Press 0 and Enter to Report Press 1 and Enter not to Report

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
1. System Configuration (Hot standby) System configuration (1+0 expandable: 0 / Hot standby: 1/ Twin path: 2):

This menu item selects the redundancy configuration to be used in (1+1) system. From the Next items menu select 1 and Enter. Current configuration is shown within the brackets. Press 0 and Enter to select (1+0) expandable configuration Press 1 and Enter to select (1+1) Hot Standby configuration Press 2 and Enter to select (1+1) Twin Path configuration

(1+0) expandable configuration is selected when in an (1+1) hardware configuration only one channel IDU and ODU is equipped or used. Other channel alarms are inhibited. (1+1) Hot standby only one channel is transmitted at a time but receive from both channels and select one. (1+1) Twin Path both channels transmit and use two different frequencies. 19

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NEXT ITEMS MENU LAN SETTING


Throughput setting 1. Bit rate (16 x 2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Setting Throughput = 2MB Framing = ON 1. Throughput 2. Mode 3. Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5. CAS 6. CRC 7. Collision Report 00. Menu 99. Exit Port setting 1. System configuration 2. LAN setting 3. Channel Usage Error 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit LAN setting Next Iterm Throughput = 2MB Framing = OFF 1. Throughput 2. Mode 3. Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5. Collision Report 00. Menu 99. Exit Mode Setting

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0. Disable 1. 2M 2. 4M 3. 8M 4. 16M 5. 32M

0. Autoneg (Auto-MDI/MDIX) 1. 10M-Half (MDI) 2. 10M-Full (MDI) 3. 100M-Half (MDI) 4. 100M Full (MDI) 5. 10M-Half (MDIX) 6. 10M-Full (MDIX) 7. 100M-Half (MDIX) 8. 100M Full (MDIX) 00. Menu 99. Exit

Throughput > 2MB 1. Throughput 2. Mode 3. Flow ctrl 4.Collision Report 00. Menu 99. Exit Port setting

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LAN PORT SETTING


1. LAN setting 1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit
Select item No. :

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Press 1 or 2 and Enter


(2M) (disable) (enable)

1. Port1 setting 1. Throughput (2M) 2. Mode (AUTONEG(AUTO-MDI/MDIX)) 3. Flow ctrl 4. Framing 5. CAS 6. CRC 7. Collision report (report) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :
Select the rate for each LAN Ports, Depending on the selection the No. of channels for E1 data are decided. See the table in the next page.

(off) (on) (on) (on)

THROUGHPUT SETTING

Press [1] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the throughput for the selected port. Press [3] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the Flow control on / off for the selected port. Press [4] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the Framing on/off for the selected port. Press [5] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the CAS on/off for the selected port. Press [6] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the CRC on/off for the selected port. Press [7] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select report/not report collisions occurring on the selected port

1. Throughput (disable) Throughput (disable:0 / 2M:1 / 4M:2 / 8M:3 / 16M:4 / 32M:5) :1


FLOW CONTROL SETTING

3. Flow ctrl (off) Flow ctrl ( off : 0 / on : 1 ) :1


FRAMING SETTING

Select whether to use flow control or not.

4. Framing (off) Framing ( off : 0 / on : 1 ) :1


CAS SETTING

Select whether to use Framing or not. Applies only when 2M is selected as throughput for the Port.

5. CAS (off) CSC ( off : 0 / on : 1 ) :1


CRC SETTING

Applies when Port throughput is set to 2MB with Framing ON. If CAS is ON LAN data is also sent in TS16. IF CAS is off then LAN data is not sent in TS16.

6. CRC (off) CRC ( off : 0 / on : 1 ) :1


COLLISION REPORT SETTING

Applies when Port throughput Framing ON.

is set to 2MB with

7. Collision report (report) Collision Report( report :0 / not report : 1):

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Applicable Traffic Channels - 1

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SYSTEM

10/100 Base-T PORT1 Disable 2M 2M 4M Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 8M Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 8M 8M 8M 8M 16M PORT2 Disable Disable 2M Disable Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable 2M 4M 8M Disable

Port1 CH used -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2, CH1.CH2 CH3,CH4 -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2 CH3,CH4 CH1 to CH8

Port2 CH used -CH2 ---CH3 -CH3 CH3,CH4 ---CH5 -CH5 CH5,CH6 -CH5 CH5,CH6 CH5,CH6 CH7,CH8 CH1, CH2 CH2 --CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 CH2, CH3, CH4 CH2, CH4 CH3, Ch4 CH4 ---

Applicable Traffic CH Number to use 2 MB

2 x 2MB

4 x 2MB

CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH3, CH4, CH7, CH8 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8 CH6, CH7, CH8 CH7, CH8 ---

8 x 2MB

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Applicable Traffic Channels - 2


SYSTEM 10/100 Base-T PORT1 Disable 2M 2M 4M 4M 4M 16 x 2MB 8M 8M 8M 8M 16M 16M 16M 16M 16M 32M PORT2 Disable Disable 2M Disable 2M 4M Disable 2M 4M 8M Disable 2M 4M 8M 16M Disable -CH1 CH1 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH8 CH1 TO CH16 Channels used for LAN PORT1 --CH9 -CH9 CH9,CH10 -CH9 CH9,CH10 CH9,CH10,CH11,CH12 -CH9 CH9,CH10 CH9,CH10,CH11,CH12 CH9 TO CH16 PORT2 CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 Applicable Traffic CH Number to use 2 MB

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CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH9, CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH10, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH11, CH12, CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 CH13, CH14, CH15, CH16 ---

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LAN PORT SETTING


1. LAN setting 1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit
Select item No. :

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Press 1 or 2 and Enter


(2M) (disable) (enable)

1. Port1 setting 1. Throughput (2M) 2. Mode (AUTONEG(AUTO-MDI/MDIX)) 3. Flow ctrl 4. Framing 5. CAS 6. CRC 7. Collision report (report) 00. Menu 99. Exit

(off) (on) (on) (on)

Press [3] and [Enter] from the LAN Setting menu to select the FE link down setting.

3. FE link down (disable) FE link down (disable :0 / enable :1):

Select item No. : Press [2] and [Enter] from the Port# Setting menu to select the mode setting for the selected port.
MODE SETTING

2. Mode

(10M-HALF(MDI))

Mode AUTONEG (AUTO -MDI/MDIX) :0 10M-HALF(MDI) :1 100M-HALF(MDI) :3 10M-HALF(MDIX) :5 100M-HALF(MDIX):7 Select No. :2 / / / / 10M-FULL(MDI) :2 100M-FULL(MDI) :4 10M-FULL(MDIX) :6 100M-FULL(MDIX):8

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MAINTENANCE
1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No. : 2 Maintenance 1. MAINT 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (NORM) (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute 1 (on) 7. Power Mute 2 (off) 8. TX SW cont (AUTO) 9. RX SW cont (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 1 1. MAINT (MAINT) MAINT (Normal:0 / MAINT:1) : 0 The maintenance items 7, 8, and 9 applies to (1+1) configuration If TX power control mode is MTPC menu item 10 is not displayed

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The Maintenance Menu is used to carry out the following functions. Maintenance ON/OFF Far end loop back Near end loop back Transmit CW carrier Stop Transmission (Mute) BER AIS insertion ON/OFF TX and RX manual switching(1+1) Manual ATPC control To display the Maintenance menu, press [2] and [Enter] from the LCT main menu. The first item in the maintenance menu shows the status of the maintenance mode (Normal or MAINT). Maintenance Mode To change maintenance mode press [1] and [Enter] from the Maintenance menu. The maintenance mode control menu appears. Press: [1] and [Enter] for Maintenance Mode [0] and [Enter] for Normal When the maintenance mode is on, or any of the maintenance control items are on, the front panel MAINT LED (amber) lights.

The maintenance function can be used for preventive and corrective maintenance. Using the Near end and Far end loop-backs it is possible to isolate the faulty equipment to local , Remote or MUX equipment

MAINT

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LOOP-BACK
Maintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute 1 (on) 7. Power Mute 2 (off) 8. TX SW cont (AUTO) 9. RX SW cont (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 1
LOCAL IDU

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REMOTE IDU

MOD INTFC MOD DEM


NEAR END FAR END

MOD ODU ODU DEM MOD INTFC

NEAR END LOOPBACK CONTROL From this menu, it is possible to create a near end loopback at the main interface of the local station IDU. Press [3] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the NE Loopback control menu. The NE Loopback status of channels 1 to 16 are displayed. Select the channel No: to be controlled and press Enter.
3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off 7:off 8:off 9:off 10:off 11:off 12:off 13:off 14:off 15:off 16:off) Select channel No. : 1 Channel 1 (off:0 / on:1) : 0

FAR END LOOPBACK CONTROL


2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off 7:off 8:off 9:off 10:off 11:off 12:off 13:off 14:off 15:off 16:off) Select channel No. : 1 Channel 1 (off:0 / on:1) : 0 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 ( ctrl:*--# --z- ---- ----) (ans : *--- ---- ---- ----)

Press: [1] and [Enter] to switch Loopback on [0] and [Enter] to switch Loopback off

3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16

(ctrl:*--- ---- z--- ----) (ans : *--- ---- ---- ----)

This menu is used to create a Far End loopback at the main interface of the opposite station IDU. Press [2] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the FE Loopback control menu. The FE Loopback status of channels 1 to 16 are displayed. Select the channel No: to be controlled and press Enter.

An asterisk on the cont line indicates that the loopback control is sent to the selected channel An asterisk on the ans line indicates that the loopback control was successfully carried out on the selected channel z A z on the cont line indicates that the loopback control was initiated from the opposite station IDU # E1 channel is inhibited by hardware restrictions or LAN signal transmission usage

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OTHER MAINT FUNCTIONS


Maintenance 1. MAINT 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (NORM) (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute 1 (on) 7. Power Mute 2 (off) 8. TX SW cont (AUTO) 9. RX SW cont (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 1
7. ATPC manual ctrl ATPC current (-5dB) ATPC current (-30 to 0dB) :-10 (off)

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4. BER AIS on/off (on) BER AIS on/off (off:0 / on:1) : 1

BER ALM >> AIS From this maintenance menu item, it is possible to disable BER AIS insertion for all channels. Press [4] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the BER ALM AIS control. Press: [0] and [Enter] to disable BER AIS insertion [1] and [Enter] to enable BER AIS insertion CW From this menu item, it is possible to transmit an unmodulated carrier. To display the CW control, press [5] and [Enter] from the maintenance menu. MOD CW control is displayed. Press: [1] and [Enter] to transmit a CW carrier [0] and [Enter] stop transmitting a CW carrier POWER MUTE1 OR 2(1+1) From this maintenance menu item, it is possible to switch off the ODU output power. Press [6] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the Power Mute control. Press: [0] and [Enter] to select mute off [1] and [Enter] to select mute on Maintenance menu reappear to select any other maintenance item

5. CW CW

(off) (off:0 / on:1) : 1

ATPC manual ctrl (off:0 / on:1) :1

ATPC manual ctrl From this menu item, it is possible to change the ATPC set TX power manually. To display the aTPC manual ctrl, press [10] and [Enter] from the maintenance menu. Press: [1] and [Enter] to select ATPC manual control Enter the attenuation required to get the TX power required.

6. Power mute (off) Power mute (off:0 / on:1) : 0

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MONITORING
1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No. : 3 Monitoring 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :1 Press [3] and [Enter] from the LCT main Menu to display the Monitoring menu. Press:

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The monitoring menu is used to monitor the equipment for preventive maintenance purposes. This menu provides monitoring of the Transmit and Receive signal levels. Equipment status and alarm can also be monitored from this menu. Inventory list provides details of the modules in the equipment.

[1] and [Enter] to display the monitoring voltages [2] and [Enter] to display the monitoring voltages continuously (for 1+0 only) [3] and [Enter] to display Alarm/Status [4] and [Enter] to display inventory list Monitoring menu reappear to select another item.
2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) Time stamp (1min:0 / 1sec:1):1

1.Monitoring voltage Transmitter power 1 Receiving level 1 Transmitter power 2 Receiving level 2

: 4.10V ( -5dB) : 2.39V (-61dBm) : 4.33V(-1dB) : 2.18V (-66dBm)

Press any key to start... RX LEV MAX Time [V] [dBm] 1 2.31 -62 2 2.31 -62 3 2.31 -62 4 2.31 -62 5 2.31 -62 6 2.31 -62 7 2.47 -59 TX PWR MIN MAX [V] [dBm] [V] [dB] 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5 2.29 -63 4.10 -5

DATA (Monitoring voltages) Measured input / TX output RF signal levels are displayed. The metering range for each measurement is given in the table above. TX output power is given as the detector voltage and attenuation used in dB. RX signal level is given as AGC voltage and in dBm. METER READING OF ODU PARAMETERS Transmitter Power Receiving Level Depend on the Transmitter Power ( 0 to 4.6 V DC) Depend on the Receiving Signal level (0.8 to 4.4V DC)

MIN [V] [dB] 4.10 -5 4.10 -5 4.10 -5 4.10 -5 4.10 -5 4.10 -5 4.10 -5

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ALARM/STATUS MONITORING
Monitoring 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :3

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Press 3 and Enter The IDU and ODU alarms and status information can be viewed form this menu item. Alarm condition is indicated by * and normal condition by -. ODU ALARMS TX Power ALM Transmitter output power decreased by 3 to 5 dB. RX Level ALM Receive level below squelch level APC1 ALM ODU 1st local oscillator APC unlock alarm APC2 ALM ODU 2nd local oscillator APC unlock alarm IF Input ALM IF input level in the ODU below (approximately)-63dBm. STATUS INFORMATION MUTE ODU output mute on/off status TX Frequency CH Channel number corresponding to the ODU transmit frequency RX Frequency CH Channel number corresponding to the ODU receive frequency

3. Monitoring of alarm/status 1/2 IDU INPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:**-- ---- ---- ----) CHANNEL USAGE ERROR 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) AIS RCVD 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) AIS SEND 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) LAN INTFC ALM (alarm:-) TX CLK LOSS (alarm:-) FSYNC ALM (alarm:-) HIGH BER ALM (alarm:-) LOW BER ALM (alarm:-) BER ALM (alarm:-) Press any key to continue ... 3. Monitoring of alarm/status 2/2 MOD ALM DEM ALM OPR ALM ODU TX PWR ALM RX LEV ALM APC1 ALM APC2 ALM IF INPUT ALM MUTE TX/RX FREQ CH Press any key (alarm:-) (alarm:-) (alarm:-) (alarm:-) (alarm:-) (alarm:-) (alarm:-) alarm:-) (off) (1ch)

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ALARMS

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IDU Alarms: Input loss 1 16 WS output loss In the 2MB interface, loss of 2MB input signal detected. Alarm In the optional WS interface card, Receive WS signal not indicated for each channel. detected from the demodulator. Channel Usage Error 1 - 16 TX CLK loss In the 2MB interface, 2MB channel# is to not used and a signal . Loss of TX clock, in the 2 MB interface. is detected at the input. RX CLK loss AIS RCVD 1- 16 . Loss of RX clock in the 2 MB interface. In the 2MB interface, AIS (all1) received from MUX FSYNC ALM equipment or Back-to-back 2MB connection. Alarm indicated Loss of RX frame synchronization at the RX DPU. for each channel. HIGH BER ALM AIS Send 1- 16 When the receive BER is > 10-3 In the 2MB interface, AIS sent to MUX equipment or back-to LOW BER ALM back 2MB connection. Alarm indicated for each channel. When the receive BER is > 10-6 Output loss 1 - 16 BER ALM In the 2MB interface, loss of received 2MB signal from the BER alarm point for inserting AIS. Alarm trigger point can be demodulator side. Alarm indicated for each channel. selectable from (10-3, 10-4, 10-5 and 10-6) . LAN INTFC ALM MOD ALM When the WS channel usage is set to not used and there is a Modulator 850 MHz PLL oscillator loop unlock condition. 2MB signal at the input. DEM ALM WS input loss RX carrier not synchronized or lost. In the optional WS interface card, loss of WS input signal OPR ALM WS Channel Usage Error Communication error between ODU and IDU . When the WS channel usage is set to not used and signal is detected at the WS input. WS AIS RCVD In the optional WS interface card, AIS detected in the WS input signal. WS AIS send In the optional WS interface card, AIS is sent out as the WS output signal. Local Craft Terminal V4 30

INVENTORY
This menu item gives the IDU and ODU module information as given in the figure. The figure gives the inventory information for a (1+1) configuration.
1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No. : 3 Monitoring 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. :4 4. Inventory 1/2 IDU Serial number 4791 Manufactured date JUN/2003 Software version (ROM/RAM) (1.20/2.32) Bit rate 2/4/8/16x2MB Option module PM CARD LAN INTFC Press any key to continue 4.Inventory 2/2 ODU Serial number 4347 Manufactured date JUN/2003 Software version(ROM/RAM) (1.01/1.04) Bit rate 17/34MB RF band 18GHz Low Sub band A Start frequency 17710.000MHz Shift frequency 1010MHz CH separation 1.25MHzNo. Press any key to continue

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Press 4 and Enter

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Introduction

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System Overview

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System Components

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System Components

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Collection of Performance Data

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Performance / Events data Management

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Event Log File


Page n

Create One Event File per day, if the number of events per day is more than 300, will open another page under the same file.

Page 3 Page 2 Page 1 (300 Events)

Day #90

PNMS

Day #1

Latest 1
Event Log File

Event Log File

Day #90

Day 1 20020911

If the link between IDU and the PNMS is broken the events occoured during the down time will not be available in the PNMS

Day 1 20020911

Oldest 300

Day #1

Event Log File Day 1 20020911

Performance History is saved in the IDU daily (maximum of 7 days). PNMS retreive this performance data at a preset time once per day.

Day #1

Events Status Change Alarm Occurrence Alarm Recovery Controls Parameter Change

Link Performance ES SES UAS BBE OFS

IDU (PM Card)


Day #7

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Sizing Rule for PMC

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Role Change Function

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Physical Interfaces

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IF IN/OUT CH1

TRAFFIC IN CH2 CH3 CH4

TRAFFIC OUT CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 RS232

ERR MON

EOW CALL

RESET PWR

MAINT ODU

IDU

FUSE (1.5A) LA PORT OFF

LINE IN

TRAFFIC IN/OUT 120

ALM

AUX ALM

OW/DSC/ASC

NMS/RA

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Pasolink IP Addressing and Subnets


172 18 0 0 SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.0 5th Sub Net 171.18.0.1 172 18 0 64 SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.64 171.18.0.65
1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1st Sub Net

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

Second Host 171.18.0.2

Second Host 171.18.0.66

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.14 171.18.0.15

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.78 171.18.0.79

172

18

16

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.0 6thSub Net 171.18.0.1

172

18

80

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.80 171.18.0.81

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

2nd Sub Net

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Second Host 171.18.0.2

Second Host 171.18.0.82

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.14 171.18.0.15

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.94 171.18.0.95

172

18

32

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.32 7th Sub Net 171.18.0.33

172

18

96

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.96 171.18.0.97

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

3rd Sub Net

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

Second Host 171.18.0.34

Second Host 171.18.0.98

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.46 171.18.0.47

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.110 171.18.0.111

172

18

48

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.48 171.18.0.49 8thSub Net

172

18

112

SubNet Address Not Allowed First Host 171.18.0.112 171.18.0.113

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

4th Sub Net

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

Second Host 171.18.0.50

Second Host 171.18.0.114

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.62 171.18.0.63

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Last Host Not Allowed

171.18.0.126 171.18.0.127

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PNMS Communication Interfaces

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Network Sizing Rule

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Pasolink Subnet Setting

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Define the number of Hosts

Network Address Default Sub Net Mask

172 255 255

18 255 255

0 255
11111111
12Bits

0 240
11110000

(Example 1)

Available number Subnets = 212-2 = 4096

Sub Net Address

255

255

254 1111111 0
7 Bit Mask
5 Bits

0 Host

Available number of Hosts are 24 -2 = 16 (Fixed can not be changed)

Network Address

(Example 2)

Finally the available number of Subnets are 25 = 32

Sub Net Address

255

255

255 1111111 1
8 Bit Mask
4 Bits

0 Host

Define the number of Subnets

Network Address

Finally the available number of Subnets are 24= 16

Define the number of Subnets

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Network Sizing Rule

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Network Sizing Rule

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Simple Trunk Line Network (Serial Interface)

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PNMS IP Addressing

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Simple Trunk Line Network (LAN Interface)

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Simple Trunk Line Network (LAN Interface)

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Multi Sub-Branch Network

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PNMS IP Addressing Summery

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Interoperability with other Networks

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Point to Multi-Point Connection


C

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C
HYB CONV

HYB CONV

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Multi-Cluster Network (1) Dedicated Leased Line (Serial Interface)

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Multi-Cluster Network (LAN / Serial Interface)

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Multi-Cluster Network (LAN Interface)

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CPM Reduction Solution

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Solutions

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PNMS Reliability

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Parallel PNMS

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LCT / PNMT Cable

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NMS Port Cable

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Back to Back cable (Point to Point)

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Back to Back cable (Point to Multi- Point)

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PNMS + Back to Back (Point to Multi-Point) Connection

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HYB CONV Switch Setting

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Pin Assignment

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Functional Block Diagram

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Example Use of HYB CONV

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RS232

RS485

Site - A

Site-A

Site-B

NO.002

Existing Network

RS232

RS232

NO.003
RS485

NO.005
RS485

Site - B

NO.007
RS485

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HYB CONV PASOLINK Cable (Point to Point)

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15pin(M) HYB Connector


HYB CONV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NMS - RXD NMS -TXD NMS RTS NMS -CTS LOOP GRD LOOP NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXDNMS-TXD+ NMS-TXD1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

15 pin(M) Paso NMS Connector


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 RS-232C DEBUG-TXD EMS-TXD EMS-RXD EMS-RTS EMS-CTSGND DEBUG-RXD NMS-TXD NMS-RXD NMS-RTS NMS-CTS

RPM

(182-229676)

NEC Radio Network

Figure8.26 Pin assignment for NMS port HYB Converter (point to point, RS232C) connection
RPM
NMS Port [RS232]

182-229676(RS322C) 182-229678(RS422)
15pin(M) 15 pin(M) Paso NMS Connector
RS-485 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 EMS-TXD+ EMS-TXDEMS-TXDR EMS-RXD+ EMS-RXDGND NMS-TXD+ NMS-TXDNMS-TXDR NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXD-

HYB CONV

HYB Connector
HYB CONV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NMS- RXD NMS -TXD NMS RTS NMS -CTS LOOP GRD LOOP NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXDNMS-TXD+ NMS-TXD-

Figure8.25 NMS port HYB Converter (point to point) connection

(182-229678)

Figure8.27 Pin assignment for NMS port HYB Converter (point to point, RS485) connection

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HYB CONV PASOLINK Cable (Point to Multi-point)

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15pin(M) HYB Connector

15 pin(M) Paso NMS Connector

HYB CONV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NMS- RXD NMS -TXD NMS RTS NMS -CTS LOOP GRD LOOP NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXDNMS-TXD+ NMS-TXD1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

RS-485 EMS-TXD+ EMS-TXDEMS-TXDR EMS-RXD+ EMS-RXDGND NMS-TXD+ NMS-TXDNMS-TXDR NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXD-

RPM

RPM

(182-229678)

RPM
F M

SCPM NMS Port [RS485]

182-228622 182-229678
B-B CASCADE

NMS Port [RS485]


F M

Figure8.29 Pin assignment for NMS port HYB Converter (point to multi-point) connection(1) Using with Cascade connection cable (182-228622)

182-228622
B-B CASCADE

F
0.5 to 15m 0.3m

15pin(M)

15pin(M)

15pin(F)

HYB CONV
RS-485 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 EMS-TXD+ EMS-TXDEMS-TXDR EMS-RXD+ EMS-RXDGND NMS-TXD+ NMS-TXDNMS-TXDR NMS-RXD+ NMS-RXD1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Figure8.28 NMS port HYB Converter (point to multi-point) connection

(182-228622)

Termination is not required because both TX/RX line are terminated in HYB CONV.

Figure8.30 Pin assignment for back to back (point to multi-point) connection (2) (Cascade connection Cable)

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NETWORK EXAMPLE 1/2

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PNMS

CP 10.10.180.1
ODU

ARONG 10.10.180.2
ODU

NETWORK -1

Router - 1

IDU

IDU

RS232 10.10.21.254

10.10.21.253

HYB Conv Customer Equpt.

RWSTN 10.10.180.3
ODU

RWNSP01 10.10.180.4
ODU

RWNSP02 10.10.180.5
ODU

RWTAL01 10.10.180.6
ODU

IP Network

Customer Equpt. HYB Conv

IDU

IDU

IDU

IDU

RS485 RS485

RS485

RWTAL02 10.10.180.7
ODU

RWKAH01 10.10.180.8
ODU

RWKAH02 10.10.180.9
ODU

RWBOG01 10.10.180.10
ODU

IDU

IDU

IDU

IDU

RS485

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NETWORK EXAMPLE 2/2

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KHSND1-01 10.10.182.1

KHBNK2-01 10.10.182.2
ODU

Router - 1

NETWORK -1

NETWORK -2
ODU

IDU

IDU

RS232

10.10.151.253

Router - 3 IP Network
HYB Conv

RS422 RS485
HYB Conv

KHSND1-02 10.10.182.18
ODU

KHSIQ1-01 10.10.182.19
ODU

10.10.151.254

RS232

SRAL

IDU

IDU

10.10.161.254

RS422

Router - 2
RS232 RAJINFO-01 10.10.181.1
ODU

RSSKPI-01 10.10.181.2
ODU

NETWORK -3
IDU

IDU

10.10.161.253 RAJINFO-02 10.10.181.18 RS485


IDU
ODU

RSLXP1-01 10.10.181.19
ODU

RSLXP1-02 10.10.181.20
ODU

RSUPS1-01 10.10.181.21
ODU

IDU

IDU

IDU

RS485

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PNMS Connection Through Router


STATIC ROUTING TABLE

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Network Configuration Tool


Operation Manual
(for version 4.23.xxx)

July 2003

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Drafted by: Vicor Parado NMS Group 1st WS Dept.

Checked by: Mr. Gaku Watanabe Assistant Manager 3rd WS Development Section

Approved by: Mr. Yoshio Manager, NMS 1st WS Dept. Itoh Group

Document Revision History Date 07/11/2001 09/17/2001 09/25/2001 09/27/2001 10/10/2001 11/08/2001 12/10/2001 Revision Draft for NetConfig Tool version 3.03 Added version 3.05 changes Added MIU Properties Adapted to version 3.07 Added definition on tables in pgs. 41, 44 and 48. Modified page 41 System Total PMC and Redundancy. Removed network definition and architecture. Changed section 2.6.1 from Adding a Pasolink hop Adding new Network Element. Changed section 2.6.1 from Deleting a Pasolink hop Deleting a Network Element. Added line concentrator icon in 2.6.1 Adding a new Network Element. Added start-up procedure for non-PNMS NT (NetCfgTool Standalone) users. Adding back-to-back line (section 2.6.2) corrected to new NetCfgTool v3.14. Added new description for Pasolink+ Properties, Mode tab. Added new Section 2.8 Network Address and Subnet setting. Changed bitmap to reflect NetCfgTool version 3.14 Modified Edit Menu contents. Removed note on PNMS-NT version NetCfgTool startup. Changed Open (*.nct) window. Revised by Vicor Parado NMS Group 1st WS Dept. Vicor Parado Vicor Parado Vicor Parado Vicor Parado Vicor Parado Vicor Parado

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02/15/2002 Separated Line concentrator section from MIU section. Added explanation on Network Properties PPP connection mode (2.7) and PNMS port IP address (table 5.3). Added additional explanation on Network Properties: Network address and subnet mask setting. Added Connect Port definition in section 2.6.8 Line properties. Added new section 2.10 Viewing subnet information. Added new section 2.6.3 Back-to-Back line color codes. Added information on Changed NE List function. Step 5 in 2.5 Opening an existing workspace. Manual adapted for version 4.00 Checked. Added Table 7.6 and 8.6 PNMS properties. Added description on Antenna Direction. Added description of PMC button on Tables 7.1 and 8.1 Added appendix A : MIU Setting This manual is applied to NetCfgTool software version 4.21.xxx Separated MIU Properties into 2.8.8 MIU (Line Concentrator) and 2.8.9 MIU (Hop). Added 2.10 Changed NEs List Added 2.14 Printing Current Network Added appendix B Subnets This manual is applied to NetCfgTool software version 4.22.xxx Changed workspace layout. Added new items to Edit submenu. Deleted Windows submenu. Miscellaneous modifications This manual is applied to NetCfgTool software version 4.23.xxx Added Pasolink V4. In Chapter 3 Multiple CPMC Workspace, added notes regarding * sign. Added Appendices C, D and E. Modify the Create Configuration-Check window in Section 2.9. Minor spell checking. Vicor Parado

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Vicor Parado Y. Ichikawa 3rd WS Development Department V. Parado V. Parado

10/31/2002

Y. Ichikawa & C. Lee

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Y. Ichikawa & C. Lee

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL ...................................................................................... 5 1.1 PURPOSE ........................................................................................................................................ 5 1.2 DEFINITIONS, ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................ 5 2 NETCFGTOOL OPERATION ..................................................................................................... 7 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 NETCFGTOOL COMMAND MENU STRUCTURE ........................................................................... 7 STARTING NETCFGTOOL ........................................................................................................... 8 CLOSING NETCFGTOOL ............................................................................................................ 9 CREATING A NEW NETWORK CONFIGURATION WORKSPACE. ..................................................... 9 OPENING AN EXISTING WORKSPACE (*.NCT).............................................................................. 9 NETWORK PROPERTIES: NAMING THE INDIVIDUAL NETWORKS IN A WORKSPACE ................... 11 NETWORK PROPERTIES: NETWORK ADDRESS AND SUBNET SETTING ..................................... 12 EDITING WORKSPACE. ............................................................................................................. 14

2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 3

2.8.1 2.8.2 2.8.3 2.8.4 2.8.5 2.8.6 2.8.7 2.8.8 2.8.9 2.8.10

2.12.1 2.12.2

CREATING CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................... 72 CHANGED NE LIST .............................................................................................................. 75 VIEWING THE SUBNET INFORMATION.................................................................................. 76 EXPORTING NETWORK CONFIGURATION FILES. .................................................................. 77 SAVING CURRENT WORKSPACE. .......................................................................................... 80 PRINTING CURRENT NETWORK ........................................................................................... 81 ABOUT NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL ........................................................................... 83

Adding a new Network Element (NE). .........................................................................14 Adding back-to-back line (cable) ...................................................................................14 Back-to-Back Line Color Codes .....................................................................................16 Deleting a Network Element (NE). ...............................................................................17 Deleting a line (cable) ....................................................................................................17 Setting Pasolink V3, Pasolink V4 and Pasolink -S Properties...................................18 Setting Pasolink + Properties........................................................................................31 MIU (Line Concentrator) Properties ..........................................................................43 MIU (Hop) Properties ...................................................................................................56 Setting line (cable) Properties. ................................................................................70

Exporting Network Configuration files for PNMS.......................................................77 Exporting Network Configuration Files for PM Card .................................................78

MULTIPLE CPMC WORKSPACE............................................................................................ 84

APPENDIX A: MIU SETTINGS....................................................................................................... 86 APPENDIX B: SUBNETS................................................................................................................. 87 APPENDIX C: CONFIGURATION OF DUAL MASTER MIU ....................................................... 90 APPENDIX D: INCORRECT CONFIGURATION OF MIU(LINE CONCENTRATOR)................ 92 APPENDIX E: INCORRECT CONFIGURATION OF PASOLINK+ .............................................. 93

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Network Configuration Tool


The Network Configuration Tool (NetCfgTool) is an optional application tool for the Pasolink Network Management System, which provides an easy to use graphical interface in building NEC PASOLINK networks. It is a powerful tool used to generate configuration files for the Pasolink Management Cards (PMC) and network connection data files for the Pasolink Network Management System (PNMS).

1.1 Purpose
This document illustrates the use of the NetCfgTool. The explanation focuses on the common functions of the NetCfgTool and therefore is for general-purpose operation use. Moreover, the NEC PNMS is also described in passing for the users to have a general idea of the NEC PASOLINK NMS.

1.2 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations


PNMS Pasolink Network Management System. Also alternatively referred to as Central Computer in this manual. PMC/CTRL Pasolink Management Card. (for Pasolink only.) Control Module (CTRL) for Pasolink+ only. PNMT CPMC / CPM (for Pasolink only) Root NE (for Pasolink+ only)) Pasolink Network Maintenance Terminal Central PMC/CTRL. The PMC/CTRL located on the central station's IDU and is directly connected to the PNMS. Acts as the master in the HDLC chain and are responsible for polling other PMC/CTRL in its network. A C sign is displayed as part of CPM NE icon. A R sign is displayed as part of Root NE icon. Remote PMC/CTRL. The PMC/CTRL located on the remote sites that are configured as slaves. Sub-Central PMC/CTRL. A PMC/CTRL located in the remote site and is configured as slave to the CPMC/Root NE but is a master to the sub-network below it. An S sign is displayed as part of SCPM NE icon. A B sign is displayed as part of Branch NE icon. Furthermore, A light blue B sign indicates that no further subnet group can be spawn from this subnet group, while a yellow B sign indicates otherwise. Network Element. Node. Outdoor Unit Indoor Unit

RPMC / RPM (for Pasolink only) Normal NE (for Pasolink+ only) SCPMC / SCPM (for Pasolink only) Branch NE (for Pasolink+ only)

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HDLC DSC PPP SNTP High-level Data Link Control protocol Digital Service Channel Point to Point Protocol Simple Network Time Protocol

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NetCfgTool Operation
NetCfgTool Command Menu Structure
File New Open Save Save As Print Area Print Export Changed NE List Exit Application Edit Delete Main Menu File Edit Network View Tools Help Select All Select Add Network Element Add BB Line Network Element Type Network New Delete Properties View Network List Pasolink V3 Pasolink V4 Pasolink-S MIU(LineConcentrator) MIU(HOP) Pasolink+ STM-1 Pasolink+ STM-0 Pasolink+ PDH File for PNMS Configuration Files for PM Card

Setting Clear

Tools Create Configuration Subnet Information

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2.2 Starting NetCfgTool
To start NetCfgTool:
1. Go to Programs menu.. NetCfgTool NetCfgTool from the Windows 98/NT/2000 Start

2. NetConfig Tool main window will be displayed.

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2.3

Closing NetCfgTool
To close the NetCfgTool application: 1. Go to File Exit Application in the main menu.

2.4

Creating a New network configuration workspace.


To start creating new workspace: 1. Go to File New on the main menu.

2. A blank workspace will be displayed. 3. If a workspace is currently loaded, a pop-up message will appear to remind the user to save the current workspace before opening a new one. Click on Cancel button and save the current workspace and repeat step 1. 4. Start creating and editing network configuration workspace.

2.5

Opening an existing workspace (*.nct).


NetCfgTool allows you to save a workspace in *.nct file format so that you can open and modify the current network configuration. Once you load an existing/current workspace you will be able to modify, delete or add NEs on the network. (See also 2.12 Saving the Current Workspace.) To open an existing workspace: 1. Click on File Open at the main menu of the main window.

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2. Select the *.nct file of the workspace from the list. 3. Click on Open button.

4. Verify that the correct workspace is opened in the main menu.

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2.6 Network Properties: Naming the individual networks in a workspace Since one workspace can contain a number of networks, the NetCfgTool allows you to provide useful names to each of the networks. By default, Network-x, where x is the network number, is assigned. To set the network name: 1. Click on Network Properties from the main menu or right click anywhere on the current Network window.

2. Enter the name you want to be associated to this workspace/network in the Network Name box. 3. Click on [OK] button to apply the new setting.

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2.7

Network Properties: Network Address and Subnet Setting The IP addresses assigned by the NetCfgTool to Pasolink network depends on the assigned Network Address and Subnet mask in the Network Properties window. (Please refer to the PNMS Engineering Manual for the network-sizing rule and IP addressing scheme.) To set the subnet of the selected network: 1. Click on Network Properties from the main menu.

2. Click on Subnet Tab on the ensuing window.

3. By default the NetCfgTool will utilize the private network address 172.18.0.0 with subnet mask 255.255.254.0. This subnet allocates 512 IP addresses to the selected network. You can modify this subnet by selecting the default subnet and clicking on [Modify] button. In cases wherein the network was initially assigned a smaller subnet, you can add another subnet when the IP address runs out. Click on [Add] button to assign a new subnet to the selected network. **For example, network address 10.10.10.0 with subnet mask 255.255.255.192 was initially assigned to the selected network. This means only 64 address are allocated initially. If the number of NEs exceeds 62, then a new subnet must be assigned to the network to allocate new IP addresses on the new NEs. NOTE: The maximum number of NEs per CPMC network is 416 NEs regardless to whether more than 416 IP addresses are assigned to the network. (See PNMS Engineering Manual)

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4. The ensuing window, Network Address window, allows you to modify the default subnet by either changing the Network Address or the Subnet mask that will be used by the selected network. You can increase or decrease the allocated IP address on the selected network by modifying the subnet mask and the network address on this window. (Refer to Appendix A: Subnets to see the available subnets in the Pasolink network.) In the example shown below, where the network address 172.18.0.64 with subnet mask 255.255.255.192 was given to the selected network, NetCfgTool will allocate IP addreses 172.18.0.65-126 to this network. Note that in this example 62 IP addresses were assigned and 2 were assigned for network address (172.18.0.64) and broadcast address (172.18.0.127). Click on [OK] to apply the new subnet.

When the [Add] button was clicked in step.3, the ensuing window enables you to define another subnet that will be added to the existing subnet. Click on [Add] button to apply the new subnet.

5. Click on [OK] button to apply the new settings.

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2.8 2.8.1 Editing workspace. Adding a new Network Element (NE). The NetConfig Tool supports Pasolink V3, PasolinkV4, Pasolink-S, MIU and Pasolink+ network configurations. Therefore a network element can either be a Pasolink V3, Pasolink V4, Pasonlik S, MIU or Pasolink+. Note that Pasolink-S, Pasolink V3 and Pasolink V4 share the same configuration.
To add a new NE: icon or click on Edit Network Element Type from the main menu to 1. Click on add a network element. Select the type of NE that you would like to add from the pulldown list. Pasolink V3 is selected by default.

2. Click on the location on the current workspace where you want to add the NE. 3. Arrange the newly added hop according to desired position in the workspace. The Pasolinks can be moved around the workspace by clicking on it and dragging it to the desired location in the workspace

2.8.2

Adding back-to-back line (cable)


1. Click on the

To add a back-to-back line (cable): icon or click on Edit Add BB Line from the main menu.

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2. Click on one of the Pasolink to be connected. Then click on the other Pasolink to be connected with back-to-back line (cable) to the previously selected Pasolink. Refer to the example given below.

Example: Connecting Pasolink No.002 with Pasolink No.008


Step 1. Click on icon. Click on Pasolink No. 002.

Step 2. Click on Pasolink No. 008


Step 3. Set line properties. (Refer to 2.6.6 Setting Properties.) line(cable)

Note: Multi-drop or branching Line (B-B) cannot be connected to the output or the NMS signal source -No.001 in this example. PMC NMS port splits only the input signal but not the output signal. This is a hardware limitation of the PMC.

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2.8.3 Back-to-Back Line Color Codes The NMS back-to-back connection between NEs varies according to the type of NEs connected, speed, synchronization, the port used and the type of protocol used. To allow the network designer to differentiate the various types of connection the NetCfgTool uses color-coded lines.

The following lists the color codes used by the NetCfgTool to represent the different back-to-back connection types. Black: represents the common RS-485/RS-232C/9600bps/ASYNC multidrop line between Pasolink, Line Concentrator, MIU and Pasolink-S NEs. Red: represents the 64kbps/RS-422/SYNC connections between NE1 and NE1 of Pasolink+ NEs. Violet: represents the RS485/19200bps/ASYNC connections NE2 and NE1 of Pasolink+ NE or RS485/19200bps/ASYNC connection between Pasolink+ and Pasolink V3/PasolinkV4/Pasolink-S/MIU NE. Blue: represents the LAN (Ethernet) back-to-back connection between Pasolink+ NE.

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2.8.4

Deleting a Network Element (NE).


To remove an NE: 1. Right-click on the NE to bring up the context menu.

2. Click on Delete in the context menu to remove the NE.

2.8.5

Deleting a line (cable)


To remove a line: 1. Right click on the line to bring up the context menu.

2. Click on Line Delete in the context menu to continue removing the line.

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2.8.6 Setting Pasolink V3, Pasolink V4 and Pasolink -S Properties.
To modify Pasolink properties: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu. ( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will be displayed as shown below.

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2.8.6.1

Editing Pasolink General Parameters To change the Pasolink General configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

4. In this window, Equipment Type, Pasolink Name, Area Name, Note, PMC Type, Pasolink Name Position, and Antenna Direction can be defined and modified. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.1.

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Table 5.1: Pasolink General Properties


Parameter Equipment Type Network Element Name Area Name Note PMC Type Name Position Antenna Direction Definition Specifies the type of Pasolink equipment of the target NE. (Pasolink V3 or PasolinkV4 or Pasolink-S) Defines the station or site name of the Pasolink. Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. Defines the name of the area where the Pasolink is located. (Optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. Optional note used to describe the selected Pasolink. Maximum number of characters allowed is 100. Defines the role of the Pasolink in the network. It can either be a CPM, RPM or Sub-CPM Defines the position where the Pasolink Name will be displayed in relation to the Pasolink bitmap in the workspace Defines the direction where the Pasolink is facing in the workspace.

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2.8.6.2

Editing the Network Parameters To change the Pasolink Network Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. Click on Network Tab to display the Network Parameter window.

b) Network tab of SCPMC

a) Network tab of CPMC

3. In this window, the IP Address for DPU Port, Opposite Pasolink IP Address, IP Address for NMS Port and Subnet Mask can be viewed. When Assign IP Address manually check box or Assign Subnet Mask manually check box is selected, user will be able to modify IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and Subnet Names of both DPU and NMS ports. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.2.

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Table 5.2: Pasolink Network Properties Parameter Definition


When Assign IP Address manually check box is selected , user can modify IP Address of both DPU and NMS ports. When Assign Subnet Mask manually check box is selected, user can modify Subnet Mask of both DPU and NMS ports. Defines the assigned IP Address of the selected Pasolink. Defines which part of the PMC IP Address will be masked and be defined as its subnet. This also, defines what class of IP addressing is used. (i.e. Class A, Class B, Class C, etc.). Only 3 subnet masks are allowed: 16 (255.255.255.240) default, 8 (255.255.255.248) or 4 (255.255.255.252). Defines the name of the DPU Port sub-network. Defines the IP Address of the opposite station Defines the assigned IP Address of the selected Pasolink. Defines which part of the PMC IP Address will be masked and be defined as its subnet. This also, defines what class of IP addressing is used. (i.e. Class A, Class B, Class C, etc.). Only 3 subnet masks are allowed: 16 (255.255.255.240) default, 8 (255.255.255.248) or 4 (255.255.255.252). Defines the name of the NMS Port sub-network.

Assign IP Address manually

Assign Subnet Mask manually

DPU Port

IP Address Subnet Mask

Subnet Name Opposite Network Element


NMS Port

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2.8.6.3

Editing Port Configuration Parameters To change the Port Configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. Click on Port Tab to display the Port Parameter window.

4. In this window, baud rate of the DPU Port and NMS Port can be modified. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.3.

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Table 5.3: Port Configuration Parameter Parameter DPU Port Action Mode Definition
Defines the role of the DPU Port of Pasolink. * The possible modes are Master, Slave, and Repeater. Defines the speed of the DPU Port in bits-persecond (bps). Defines the role of the NMS Port of Pasolink.* The possible modes are Master, Slave, Repeater and Disabled. Defines the speed of the NMS Port in bitsper-second (bps). Defines the wiring (interface) protocol used

Baud Rate NMS Port Action Mode

Baud Rate Mode

* This item will not be defined until Create Configuration is done.

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2.8.6.4

Editing HDLC Configuration Parameter To change the HDLC Configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. Click on HDLC Tab to display the Port Parameter window.

4. In this window, the Master Timeout, Master Interval, Slave Timeout, Auto Roll Change, Roll Change and High BER DPU Inhibit can be defined and changed. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.4.

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Table 5.4: HDLC Properties Parameter Definition


The time in seconds wherein the PMC will assume that it has lost communication link with the master PMC. The time in seconds where in the PMC will check for the polling signal from the master PMC. The time in seconds wherein the master PMC will assume that the link with its slave PMC is lost. If enabled, the PMC will automatically change its role from slave to master PMC, once it has lost its link with the master PMC in the upper network. It will also automatically change back to slave once the link with the master is restored. This is normally set to "Enable". The elapsed time in seconds that the slave PM card waits for the polling message from the CPMC before it changes itself to assume the role of the CPMC. If High BER DPU Inhibit is set to Enable, Hi BER alarm is inhibited. This means that it will not be activated even if the DPU port receives degraded data.

Master Timeout Master Interval Slave Timeout Auto Role Change

Role Change Timeout

High BER DPU Inhibit

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2.8.6.5

Editing Other Pasolink Parameters To change the Other Pasolink Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. Click on Others Tab to display the Port Parameter window.

4. In this window, the Auto Set Time, Set Time Interval, Auto Write Back, and Write Back Interval can be changed. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.5.

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Table 5.5: Other Properties Parameter Definition If enabled, the PMC automatically sets its time to match that of the PNMS or the CPMC. The time interval before the PMC periodically synchronizes its time to the PNMS or CPMC. If enabled, the PMC automatically writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM. The time interval before the PMC writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM.

Auto Set Time Set Time Interval Auto Writeback Write Back Interval

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2.8.6.6

Editing Pasolink PNMS Parameters (for CPMC only ) This parameter is relevant only to the NE that is assigned as CPMC. To change the Pasolink V3, Pasolink V4 or Pasolink-S PNMS Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. Click on PNMS Tab to display the PNMS Parameter window.

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4. In this window, the IP address and subnet mask information of the PNMS port is defined. As the connection type, LAN or RS232/RS422 is selected, the corresponding parameters in the ensuing box are applied. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 5.6.

Table 5.6: PNMS Properties


Parameter Definition
Defines the type of connection used by the CPMC to the PNMS. The Pasolink CPMC can connect to the PNMS PC / Workstation either thru RS232C/RS422 (Dial-Up) or LAN (IP) connection. Pasolink V3, Pasolink V4: RS232C/RS422/LAN Pasolink-S : RS232C/RS422

PNMS Connection

LAN

IP address Net Mask Default Gateway

IP address of LAN port of the target Pasolink. Subnet mask of LAN port mentioned above. IP address of Default Gateway. Normally the IP address of the PNMS PC.

RS232C/RS422

Connection Type

Defines the type of connection used by the CPMC to the PNMS. The Pasolink CPMC can connect to the PNMS PC either thru Direct connection (DialUp) or Router connection. When the RS232C or RS422 PNMS connection is selected, the fields are sensitive. The IP address defines that is used by the RS232C or RS422 port of the Pasolink IDU. Subnet Mask of the RS232C or RS422 port mentioned above.

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2.8.7

Setting Pasolink + Properties.

To modify Pasolink+ properties: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink to bring up the context menu ( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink+ Properties window will be displayed as shown below

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2.8.7.1 Editing Pasolink+ General Parameters To change the Pasolink+ General configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

4. In this window, Pasolink Name, Area Name, Note, CTRL Type, Pasolink Name Position, and Antenna Direction can be changed. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 6.1.

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Table 6.1: Pasolink+ General Properties


Parameter System Equipment Type Network Element Name Area Name Note Definition The type of Pasolink+ equipment: STM-1, STM-0 and PDH. The name of the NE in the network. Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. The area where the NE is located (optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 80. Additional description, or remark on the NE. (optional) Maximum number of characters allowed is 100. Role of the CTRL in the network. Root NE, Branch NE or Normal NE. Checked when selected NE is Root NE. This is automatically checked by the NetCfgTool for every Pasolnk + Root NE. Automatically or Manually set the subnet of the DPU/Radio port and the NE1 port. When the Subnet Separation mode is set to manual, this parameter can be customized. Either the DPU/NE1 is separated or in the same subnet. The position of the text in the workspace can be customized here. The antenna icon in the workspace can be customized to face either Right or Left. This provides the IP information of the available port in the Pasolink+ NE. The IP address that the port uses and its subnet mask can be viewed in this section.

CTRL Type

CTRL Type Root NE

Subnet Separation Mode Radio/NE1 Interface

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2.8.7.2

Editing Pasolink+ Radio/NE1 Parameters To change the Pasolink+ Radio/NE1 Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the Radio/NE1 tab to bring up the Pasolink+ port information.

a) The Same Subnet

b) Different Subnet

4. In this window, the IP Address information of the Pasolink+ ports is defined. If Radio/NE1 interface from the General tab is set to The Same Subnet, the IP address under Bridge is used. On the other hand, if Different subnet is set, the IP addresses under Separate Interface are used. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 6.2.

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NOTE: The IP addresses, Net Masks can only be manually set if it is selected in Assign IP Address manually check box or Assign Subnet Mask manually check box.

Table 6.2: Pasolink Radio/NE1 Properties


Parameter Assign IP Address manually Definition When Assign IP Address manually check box is selected, user can modify IP Address (Radio/NE1) . When Assign Subnet Mask manually check box is selected, user can modify Subnet Mask(Radio/NE1). IP address of the Bridge or LAN port of the Pasolink+ IDU Subnet mask of the LAN port Defines the name of the Bridge Port subnetwork. IP address of the DPU/Radio port. Subnet mask of the DPU/Radio Port Defines the name of the Radio Port subnetwork. IP address of NE1 port Subnet mask of NE1 port Defines the name of the NE1 Port subnetwork. Speed of the DPU port of the Pasolink+ radio IP address of the opposite Pasolink+ radio (DPU port). Speed of the NE1 port of the target Pasolink+ The HDLC mode of NE1 port. Enabled only when NE1 (64000 bps is used). The possible modes are Master, Slave and Disabled.

Assign Subnet Mask manually

Network

Bridge IP Address Bridge Subnet Mask Bridge Subnet Name IP Address of Radio Subnet Mask of Radio Subnet Name of Radio IP Address of NE1 Subnet Mask of NE1 Subnet Name of NE1

Port Setting

Radio /Speed Radio /Opposite IP Address NE1 /Speed NE1 /Mode

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2.8.7.3 Editing Pasolink+ NE2 Parameters To change the Pasolink+ NE2 Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the NE2 tab to bring up the Pasolink+ NE2 port information.

4. In this window, the IP Address information of the Pasolink+ NE2 port is defined. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 6.3.

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Table 6.3: Pasolink NE2 Properties


Parameter Common Data Link Definition Type of data link protocol used by NE2. This is always set at HDLC when connected in multi-drop with another Pasolink+. The data link will be set to PPP when connected to a Pasolink V3/Pasolink V4/Pasolink-S/MIU CPMC. IP address of NE2. Subnet mask of NE2 port. Speed of NE2 port. Specifies if the NE2 port is used in HDLC. The NE2 port can either be Master, Slave or blank. Automatically allow the NetConfig tool to terminate the HDLC connection of the selected NEs NE2 port, if it is the last port in the HDLC line. (Recommended) If Terminal Auto Assign is set to Manual, the termination on the NE2 port can be set to On or Off.

IP Address Net Mask Speed HDLC Mode Terminal Auto Assign

Terminate

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2.8.7.4 Editing Pasolink+ LAN (B-B) Parameters To change the Pasolink+ LAN (B-B) Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the LAN (B-B) tab to display the LAN (B-B) parameters.

4. The IP address and Netmask of the LAN port is defined in this window. It is shown only if the back to back connection is set to LAN.

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2.8.7.5 Editing Pasolink+ PNMS Parameters (for Root NE only) This parameter is relevant only to the NE that is assigned as Root NE. To change the Pasolink+ PNMS Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the PNMS tab to bring up the Pasolink+ PNMS parameter.

4. In this window, the IP Address and subnet mask information of the PNMS port is defined. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 6.4. (See also 2.7 Network Properties: Setting-up the PNMS Connection.)

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Table 6.4: Pasolink NE2 Properties


Parameter PNMS Connection Definition Defines the type of connection used by the Root NE to the PNMS. The Pasolink+ Root NE can connect to the PNMS PC either thru V.11 (Dial-UP) connection or LAN (IP) connection. IP Address When the Ethernet connection is selected, the LAN fields are sensitive. The IP address defines that that is used by the LAN port of the Pasolink+ IDU. Note that is only used when the LAN port is used for PNMS connection IP address of LAN port of the Pasolink+. This is only set if the selected NE is a Root NE. Subnet Mask V.11 (Default) IP Address Subnet mask of LAN port mentioned above. When the Dial-Up connection is selected, the V.11 fields are sensitive. The IP address defines that that is used by the V.11 port of the Pasolink+ IDU. Note that is only used when the V.11 port is used for PNMS connection. Subnet Mask of the V.11 port mentioned above. Connection speed used by the dial-up.

LAN

Subnet Mask Speed

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2.8.7.6 Editing Pasolink+ Routing Parameters To change the Pasolink+ Routing Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the Routing tab to display the routing parameters.

4. The IP address of the Default Gateway can be set in this window. The Default Gateway IP address is normally the IP address of the PNMS PC / Workstation or the associated router of the PNMS.

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2.8.7.7 Editing Pasolink+ SNTP Parameters Pasolink+ support Simple Network Time Protocol, used to synchronize its internal clock to a defined Time-server in the network. To change the Pasolink+ SNTP Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Pasolink+ to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected Pasolink to open the Pasolink+ Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Pasolink+ Properties window. 3. The Pasolink Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration. Click on the SNTP tab to display the SNTP parameters.

4. The Time Synchronization mode can be set in this window. The time on the Pasolink+ CRTL module can either be synchronized to the PNMS PC / Workstation, a time-server with SNTP in the network or set to None or no time synchronization. The IP address of the time-server as well as the Refresh Interval- the time in seconds that has elapsed before the NE will try to synchronize its internal clock to a specified time-server can be set in this window.

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2.8.8 MIU (Line Concentrator) Properties Line Concentrator is a Stand-alone MIU that is used as a CPMC to poll other NEs in its sub-network. To modify MIU (Line Concentrator) properties: 1. Right click on the selected MIU (Line Concentrator) to bring up the context menu. ( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window of the selected Line concentrator.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Properties window of the selected Line concentrator.

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3. The Properties window of the Line Concentrator contains the parameters shown and defined in Table 7.1 below:
Table 7.1: Line Concentrator Properties Parameter System Equipment Redundancy Total PMC Definition In Line Concentrator this field will display Line Concentrator and will be grayed-out/not selectable. Not Applicable. The total number of PMCs needed to monitor the selected equipment. NOTE: In case of Line concentrator, ONLY 1 PMC is allowed. DO NOT set the Total PMC to a value greater than 1. Type Repeater Type Bit Rate ID FASYNC Alarm Active Symbol Name Not Applicable. Not Applicable. Not Applicable. Not Applicable. The name that will be associated with the selected Line concentrator symbol. Maximum number of characters allowed is 29. NOTE: This is the primary name NE in the workspace. This name will NOT be associated to the configuration file for this NE. To set the name for the configuration file see section 2.6.8.1.1 Editing the Line Concentrator NE General Tab, Table 7.2) Name Position Line Direction MIU CPMC Normal The position where the name of the selected Line concentrator will be displayed. Defines which side the NMS line will be added to the Line concentrator. This button contains the NE properties of the Line concentrator. This contains the network, HDLC, port and other parameters connected to the NMS setting of the MIU. (See Appendix A: MIU Setting)

4. Click on [OK] button after completing the Line concentrator properties setup.

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2.8.8.1 CPMC Normal To set the NE properties of the MIU (Line Concentrator): 1. Right-click on the target Line Concentrator.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Select Properties from the context menu. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button on the ensuing window.

4. The NE properties of the Line concentrator will be displayed. Click on [OK] button to apply the save and close the window. [Cancel] button will close the window without saving the changes.

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2.8.8.1.1 Editing the Line Concentrator NE Properties General Tab

To change the Line Concentrator General configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Line Concentrator to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the line concentrator Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button. 4. The NE Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. In this window, the NE Name, Area Name, Note, Equipment Type and A/D Convert Type can be changed. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 7.2.

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Table 7.2 General MIU (Line Concentrator) Properties Parameter System NE Name Definition
The name that will be associated to the target NE. This name will be applied in the configuration files. Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. The area where the NE is located (optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. Additional description of the NE (optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 100. Not Available Displayed as Line Concentrator (not selectable). Not Available. The number of Analog-to-Digital conversions used in the MIU. The MIU is capable of processing a maximum of two (2) A/D conversions. Set as CPMC for line concentrators cannot be modified.

Area Name

Note

PMC Usage Equipment Type Performance Monitor Input A/D Convert Type

PMC Type

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2.8.8.1.2 Editing the MIU Network Properties (See 2.8.6.2 Editing the Network Parameters.) 2.8.8.1.3 Editing the Line Concentrators HDLC Properties

To change the HDLC configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Line concentrator to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button. 4. The NE Properties window will appear. The default is the HDLC Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The HDLC properties window contains the parameters concerning the HDLC settings of the target Line Concentrator. Note that the HDLC default values are the optimum (recommended) settings. The definition of the HDLC parameters is shown in Table 7.3.

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Table 7.3 HDLC Properties Parameters HDLC Timer Master Timeout Definition
The time in seconds wherein the PMC will assume that it has lost communication link with the master PMC. The time in seconds where in the PMC will check for the polling signal from the master PMC. The time in seconds wherein the master PMC will assume that the link with its slave PMC is lost. If enabled, the PMC will automatically change its role from slave to master PMC, once it has lost its link with the master PMC in the upper network. It will also automatically change back to slave once the link with the master is restored. This is normally set to "Enable". The elapsed time in seconds that the slave PM card waits for the polling message from the CPMC before it changes itself to assume the role of the CPMC. If High BER DPU Inhibit is set to Enable, Hi BER alarm is inhibited. This means that it will not be activated even if the DPU port receives degraded data.

Master Interval

Slave Timeout

Role Change

Auto Role Change

Role Change Timeout

HDLC Relay

High BER DPU Inhibit

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2.8.8.1.4 Editing the Line Concentrator Port Properties


To change the Port configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Line Concentrator to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the Port Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The Port properties window contains the parameters defining the port settings of the target Line Concentrator. The definition of the Port parameters is shown in Table 7.4.

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Table 7.4 Port Properties Parameters DPU Port* Definition Action Mode
Defines the role of the DPU Port of MIU. Disabled for Line Concentrator.

Baud Rate Mode NMS Port Action Mode

Not applicable. Not applicable. Defines the role of the NMS Port of MIU. Set to Master for Line concentrators.

Baud Rate Mode Terminal Auto Assign

Defines the speed of the NMS Port in bitsper-second (bps). Defines the wiring (interface) protocol used Automatically allow the NetConfig tool to terminate the HDLC connection of the selected NEs NMS port, if it is the last port in the HDLC line. (Recommended) If Terminal Auto Assign is set to Manual, the termination on the NMS port can be set to Enable or Disable. Terminates the RS485 protocol line when enabled.

Terminate

* Not used by Line concentrator.

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2.8.8.1.5 Other Properties


To change the Line concentrator Port configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected Line Concentrator to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button. 4. The Line Concentrators NE Properties window will appear. The default is the Other Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The Other properties window contains the parameters defining the Time and Flash ROM settings of the target Line Concentrator. The definition of the Other parameters is shown in Table 7.5.

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Table 7.5 Other Properties Parameter Set Time Auto Set Time Definition
If enabled, the PMC automatically sets it time to match that of the PNMS or the CPMC. The time interval before the PMC periodically synchronizes its time to the PNMS or CPMC. If enabled, the PMC automatically writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM. The time interval before the PMC writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM.

Set Time Interval

Flash ROM

Auto Write Back

Write Back Interval

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2.8.8.1.6 Editing Line Concentrators PNMS Properties


To change the Line Concentrator PNMS configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC Normal] button. 4. The Line Concentrators NE Properties window will appear. The default is the PNMS Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The PNMS properties window contains the parameters defining the PNMS connection type, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and other network parameters of the Line concentrator. As connection LAN or RS232/RS422 is selected, the corresponding parameters in the ensuing box are applied. The definition of the PNMS port parameters is shown in Table 7.6.

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Table 7.6 PNMS Properties Parameter PNMS Connection Definition


Defines the type of connection that the PMC in the Line concentrator has the PNMS. There are three (3) possible PNMS connections allowed by the PMC namely: RS-232C: PNMS connects to the PMC using RS-232C/19.2kbps Asynchronous interface. RS-422: PNMS connects to the PMC using RS422/19.2kbps/V.11 Asynchronous Interface LAN: PMC connects directly to an Ethernet network using 10BaseT/10Mbps interface.

LAN*

IP Address Net Mask Default Gateway

Defines the IP address that will be assigned to the LAN-PNMS port of the PMC. Defines the subnet mask used by the LAN port of the PMC. Defines the IP address where of the machine where the traps from the PMC will be forwarded. In cases where the PNMS PC/WS is in the same network (LAN) as the PMC, this will be normally the IP address of the PNMS PC/WS. In case of WAN or networks wherein the PNMS is located in another network, this will be the IP address of the nearest router.

RS232C/RS422 Connection Type

Specifies whether the RS232C/RS422 connection is Direct or through Router. Direct - connection means the PNMS PC connects to the CPMC using its local COM ports. Router means that the CPMC is connected to the PNMS through a router. In this case the IP address must be in the same subnet as the routers serial port.

IP Address Net Mask

Defines the IP address that will be assigned to the PNMS port of the PMC. Defines the subnet mask used by the PNMS port of the PMC.

*Option only available if the PMC used in the Line Concentrator supports LAN connection

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2.8.9

MIU (Hop) Properties This is a type of MIU that equips with microwave radio and can be used as CPMC, SCPMC or RPMC. To modify MIU (Hop) properties: 1. Right click on the selected MIU (Hop) to bring up the context menu ( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window of the selected MIU HOP.)

2. Click on Properties to open the Properties window of the selected MIU (Hop).

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3. The Properties window of the MIU contains the parameters shown and defined in Table 7.1 below: 4. Click on [OK] button after completing the MIU properties setup. Table 8.1: MIU (Hop) Properties
Parameter System Equipment Definition Specifies the type of equipment monitored by the MIU. They are 2000S or 2300S or 2500S or 2600S or 3000S or 3500S or Other equipment, which can Pasolink NE without PM card or other vendors equipment. The redundancy of the selected equipment. (1+0, 1+ 1, or N+1 system.) The total number of PMCs needed to monitor the selected equipment. When the selected equipment is 2000S or 2500S or 2600S, the termination type is specified in this parameter. The equipment type specified above can either be Repeater or Terminal type. The repeater type specifies the mode of repeating the signal at the 2600S radio. The 2600S can function as either a Dropins or Through repeater. This is only available for 2600S radio that has the repeater function enabled. (See also Type.) This parameter specifies the bit rate of the 2500S radio (32MB, 8x2MB or 4x2MB). When Other Equipment is selected the bit rate selection is (34MB, 17MB, or 8MB). This parameter is not available for other equipment types. This data is used for the Block Error Counter (BEC) of the Performance Monitor function. Specifies when the FASYNC alarm is active for the selected equipment. (Low Active or High Active) This data is used in UAS measurement of the Performance Monitor. The primary name that will be associated with the target MIUs symbol in the workspace. This name will be the displayed on the NetCfgTool workspace and will NOT be associated to the configuration files. Maximum number of characters allowed is 29. To set the NE name for the configuration files, please go to section 2.6.9.1.1 Editing the MIU NE Properties General Tab, Table 8.2) and set the PMCs individually if more than one PMC is installed in the target MIU. Name Position Line Direction MIU PMC Button [CMPC/SCPCM/RPMC The position where the name of the target MIU will be displayed. Defines which side the NMS line will be added to the MIU. This button contains the NE properties of the MIU. This contains the network, HDLC, port and other parameters connected to the NMS setting of the MIU. It also describes the PMC type (CPMC,

Redundancy Total PMC Type

Repeater Type

Bit Rate ID

FASYNC Alarm Active

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Normal/Additional/etc] SCPMC, or RPMC) and the PMC Usage (Normal, Additional PC, Regular CH, or Protection CH). (See Appendix A: MIU Setting)

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2.8.9.1 PMC Button - CMPC/SCPMC/RPMC Normal/Additional PMC To set the NE properties of the MIU:

1. Right-click on the target MIU NE.


( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Select Properties from the context menu. 3. Click on [CPMC (or SCPMC or RPMC) Normal] button on the ensuing window.

4. The NE properties of the MIU will be displayed. Click on [OK] button to apply the save and close the window. [Cancel] button will close the window without saving the changes.

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2.8.9.1.1

Editing the MIU properties General Tab

To change the MIU General configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC (or SCPMC or RPMC) Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the General Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. In this window, the NE Name, Area Name, Note, Equipment Type, Performance Monitoring, A/D Convert Type and PMC Type can be changed. The definitions of these parameters are listed in Table 7.2.

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Table 8.2 General MIU Properties Parameter System NE Name Definition


The name that will be associated to the target NE. This name will be applied in the configuration files. Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. The area where the NE is located (optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 32. Additional description of the NE (optional). Maximum number of characters allowed is 100. In case that the selected MIU contains more than one PMC. The following PMC usage will apply: 1. ) For 1+0/1+1/Line Concentrator/Other Equipment system: a.)1st PMC is used as Normal. b.) and the other PMC's are used as Additional PMC. 2.) For N+1 system: a) 1st PMC is used as Protection CH. B.) and the other PMC's are used as Regular CH or Additional PMC. The type of equipment monitored by the target MIU. The number of MIU channels used for performance monitoring functions. The MIU can accommodate up to 2 CH for performance monitoring purposes. The number of Analog-to-Digital conversions used in the MIU. The MIU is capable of processing a maximum of two (2) A/D conversions. The role of the PMC in the target MIU NE in the HDLC chain.

Area Name

Note

PMC Usage

Equipment Type Performance Monitor Input

A/D Convert Type

PMC Type

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2.8.9.1.2 Editing the MIU Network Properties (See 2.8.6.2 Editing the Network Parameters.) 2.8.9.1.3 Editing the MIU HDLC Properties

To change the MIU HDLC configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC (or SCPMC or RPMC) Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the HDLC Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The HDLC properties window contains the parameters concerning the HDLC settings of the target MIU. Note that the HDLC default values are the optimum (recommended) settings. The definition of the HDLC parameters is shown in Table 7.3.

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Table 8.3 MIU HDLC Properties Parameters HDLC Timer Master Timeout Definition
The time in seconds wherein the PMC will assume that it has lost communication link with the master PMC. The time in seconds where in the PMC will check for the polling signal from the master PMC. The time in seconds wherein the master PMC will assume that the link with its slave PMC is lost. If enabled, the PMC will automatically change its role from slave to master PMC, once it has lost its link with the master PMC in the upper network. It will also automatically change back to slave once the link with the master is restored. This is normally set to "Enable". The elapsed time in seconds that the slave PM card waits for the polling message from the CPMC before it changes itself to assume the role of the CPMC. If High BER DPU Inhibit is set to Enable, Hi BER alarm is inhibited. This means that it will not be activated even if the DPU port receives degraded data.

Master Interval

Slave Timeout

Role Change

Auto Role Change

Role Change Timeout

HDLC Relay

High BER DPU Inhibit

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2.8.9.1.4 Editing the MIU Port Properties


To change the MIU Port configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC (or SCPMC or RPMC) Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the Port Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The Port properties window contains the parameters defining the port settings of the target MIU. The definition of the Port parameters is shown in Table 7.4.

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Table 8.4 Port Properties Parameters DPU Port Definition Action Mode Baud Rate Mode
Defines the role of the DPU Port of MIU. Defines the speed of the DPU Port in bitsper-second (bps). Defines the protocol used in the DPU port. RS-422/RS232 and G.703 can be used in the MIUs DPU port. Defines the role of the NMS Port of MIU. Defines the speed of the NMS Port in bitsper-second (bps). Defines the wiring (interface) protocol used Automatically allow the NetConfig tool to terminate the HDLC connection of the selected NEs NMS port, if it is the last port in the HDLC line. (Recommended) If Terminal Auto Assign is set to Manual, the termination on the NMS port can be set to Enable or Disable. Terminates the RS485 protocol line when enabled

NMS Port

Action Mode Baud Rate Mode Terminal Auto Assign

Terminate

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2.8.9.1.5 Editing the MIU Other Properties


To change the MIU Port configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CMPC/RPMC Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the Other Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The Other properties window contains the parameters defining the Time and Flash ROM settings of the target MIU. The definition of the Other parameters is shown in Table 7.5.

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Table 8.5 Other Properties Parameter Set Time Auto Set Time Definition
If enabled, the PMC automatically sets it time to match that of the PNMS or the CPMC. The time interval before the PMC periodically synchronizes its time to the PNMS or CMPMC. If enabled, the PMC automatically writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM. The time interval before the PMC writes the Log data and PM data to the Flash ROM.

Set Time Interval

Flash ROM

Auto Write Back

Write Back Interval

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2.8.9.1.6 Editing the MIU PNMS Properties


To change the Line Concentrator PNMS configuration Parameters: 1. Right click on the selected MIU to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the selected MIU to open the Properties window.)

2. Click on Properties to open the MIU Properties window. 3. Click on [CPMC (or SCPMC or RPMC) Normal] button. 4. The MIUs NE Properties window will appear. The default is the PNMS Tab window, which shows the current configuration.

5. The PNMS properties window contains the parameters defining the PNMS connection type, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and other network parameters of the Line concentrator. As connection LAN or RS232/RS422 is selected, the corresponding parameters in the ensuing box are applied. The definition of the PNMS port parameters is shown in Table 7.6.

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Table 8.6 PNMS Properties Parameter PNMS Connection Definition


Defines the type of connection that the PMC in the Line concentrator has with the PNMS. There are three (3) possible PNMS connections allowed by the PMC namely: RS-232C: PNMS connects to the PMC using RS-232C/19.2kbps Asynchronous interface. RS-422: PNMS connects to the PMC using RS422/19.2kbps/V.11 Asynchronous Interface LAN: PMC connects directly to an Ethernet network using 10BaseT/10Mbps interface.

LAN*

IP Address Net Mask Default Gateway

Defines the IP address that will be assigned to the LAN-PNMS port of the PMC. Defines the subnet mask used by the LAN port of the PMC. Defines the IP address where of the machine where the traps from the PMC will be forwarded. In cases where the PNMS PC/WS is in the same network (LAN) as the PMC, this will be normally the IP address of the PNMS PC/WS. In case of WAN or networks wherein the PNMS is located in another network, this will be the IP address of the nearest router.

RS232C/RS422

Connection Type

Specifies whether the RS232C/RS422 connection is Direct or through Router. Direct connection means the PNMS PC connects to the CPMC using its local COM ports. Router means that the CPMC is connected to the PNMS through a router. In this case the IP address must be in the same subnet as the routers serial port.

IP Address Net Mask

Defines the IP address that will be assigned to the PNMS port of the PMC. Defines the subnet mask used by the PNMS port of the PMC.

*Option only available if the PMC used in the MIU supports LAN connection.

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2.8.10 Setting line (cable) Properties. To modify line properties: 1. Right click on the line to bring up the context menu.
( Or double click on the line to open the Line Properties window.)

2. Click on Line Properties on the context menu.

a) In case of Pasolink+

b) In case of PasolinkV3/PasolinkV4/Pasolink-S/MIU

3. The Line Properties window will appear. In this window, the Connect Mode of the two Pasolinks connected with back-to-back connection can be changed. RS-485 or RS-232C can be used. Connect Port specifies the Pasolink+ port where line (backto-back) is to be connected this is only available for Pasolink + NEs. Pasolink+ can have back-to-back connections on NE1, NE2 or LAN ports. Line Name of the two Pasolinks connected with back-to-back connection can be defined.

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4.After user modified Line Name on the Line Properties window, Line Name will be displayed on the Network window as follows.

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2.9

Creating Configuration
Create Configuration function allows flexibility in designing network configuration. This function can automatically make configuration for PM Cards and PNMS. IP Addresses and PM Type are automatically assigned to the PM Cards in the workspace. Configuration is done, by considering the size and the number of NE's available in the network.

To create configurations:
1. Verify that the workspace is already finished and that all the Pasolinks and back-toback (B-B) lines to be contained in this network have been inserted. Also verify that the CPMC Properties and PPP connection have been properly set. (See sections 2.7 Setting PPP connection and 2.8 CPMC Properties.) 2. Click on Tools | Create Configuration in the main menu.

3. The create configuration window wizard will be displayed. Click on [Next] button to continue.

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4. Check the Automatically set PMC type box if necessary on the ensuing window. By ticking this box, NetConfig Tool will automatically set PMC type and allocate NE's according to the maximum number of NE's that can be contained in a sub-network. Click on [Next] button to continue.

5. A message box, stating the status of the configuration will appear. If there are no errors encountered in the creation of the network configuration, this message will just prompt the user that process was "Completed successfully". Click on [Next] button to continue.

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6. Click on [Finish] button to complete the operation. The [Changed NEs List] button provides information of the NEs that have been modified when the configuration was created. This is a useful feature when modifying an existing network configuration. Note: Please refer to 2.10 for the explanation of Changed NEs List button.

7. Slide over the pointer on the NEs displayed in the workspace to verify if all the NEs have been assigned with appropriate IP address and names.

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2.10 Changed NE List
This function provides a quick view of the NEs whose contents have been changed since last update of the network. It indicates those NEs whose configuration information that need to be downloaded into PM cards because of the changes. To make sure that the accurate Change NE List is displayed, complete the operation of Export Configuration File to PM Card of the active workspace and downloading the configuration files to the PM cards before starting a new round of Create Configuration function.

This window can be invoked at the end of Create Configurations operation (See 2.9 Creating Configuration) or click on File Changed NEs List in the main menu.

Save button can be used to save the listing to an Excel csv file. Print button can be used to print the listing to a printer.

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2.11 Viewing the Subnet Information NetCfgTool allows you to view the subnet information of the currently active or selected network. The subnet information contains the Network Address (and subnet mask) and IP addresses of the NEs in the selected network. To view the subnet information: 1. Click on Tools | Subnet Information in the main menu.

Save button can be used to save the listing to an Excel csv file. Print button can be used to print the listing to a printer.

2. The Subnet Information contains the following information about the selected network: Network Address column: The network address is divided in to two parts this division represented by the / sign. The IP address on the left of the / is the network address of the NE and the one on the right is the subnet mask. Network Element Name: the associated name of the network element. IP Address: The IP address assigned to the NE. For SCPMCs with two IP addresses, this is normally the Primary IP address on the NE.

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2.12 Exporting Network Configuration files. 2.12.1 Exporting Network Configuration files for PNMS This function exports the data file for the PNMS, which allows the network designer to easily modify the network. The NetConfig Tool creates a network connection file, which can be later copied to the PNMS directory to facilitate the addition of new Pasolink NEs in the NMS network.
To export network configuration file for PMNS: 1. Click on File | Export | File for PNMS on the main menu.

2. Specify the directory or folder where the NetCfg2Pnms.dat file will be saved. Note: you can save the file in another file name just make sure that the file type is NetCfgToolFiles(*.dat).

3. Click on Save button to continue the process. 4. Verify that the file saved in the specified folder.

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2.12.2 Exporting Network Configuration Files for PM Card This function allows the user to create PM card configuration files automatically. NetConfig Tool, creates the configuration for the given network and exports all configuration files (system.cfg and network.cfg) for each of the specified sites PMC's in the workspace.) This ultimately, saves time and minimizes error in the network design process.
To export network configuration file for PM Card: 1. Click on File | Export | Configuration Files for PM Card on the main menu.

2. Specify the directory of folder where the PM Card network configuration file will be exported. The file type of the exported file should be config (*.cfg). The file will be stored in /../PM-Card/Network-x folder.

3. Click on [OK] button to continue the process.

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4. Changed NEs List window will be displayed as shown below.

5. Click on [Close] button to continue the process.


Save button can be used to save the listing to an Excel csv file. Print button can be used to print the listing to a printer

6. Warning message window will be displayed as shown below.

7. Click on [OK] button to continue the process. Note: Contents of the Changed NEs List window are cleared. Click on [Cancel] If the contents of the Changed NEs List window is needed. The previous Changed NEs List window will return.

8. Verify that the file saved in the specified folder.

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2.13 Saving Current Workspace.


This function allows the network designer to save the current workspace in an *.nct file format that can be opened using the NetConfig Tool for future modifications in the network. It is recommended that the user save the existing workspace for an easier addition, and/or modification of the existing NMS network. To save the current workspace: 1. Click on File Save from the main menu of the main window.

2. Specify the Folder and File Name where the current workspace will be saved. 3. Click on [Save] button. 4. Verify that the workspace was saved in the selected folder.

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2.14 Printing Current Network
This function allows the network designer to print the designed network. First please define an area of network for print. To define the Print Area: 1. Click on File Print Area from the main menu of the main window.

2. The default print area that covers the entire window is displayed with surrounding dotted line as shown below.

3. To define a new print area, press left button of the mouse and draw a box to cover the desired area as shown below.

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4. Click on File

Print from the main menu of the main window to start printing.

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2.15 About Network Configuration Tool
To verify the version of the NetConfig Tool being used: 1. Click on Help | About NetCfgTool from the main menu of the main window.

2. Click on OK button to close the about box.

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Multiple CPMC Workspace


PNMS in normal operations manages more than one CPMC cluster. This section describes the procedure in creating multiple-CPMC configuration for the PNMS. By default, the NetConfig Tool opens one workspace during startup. Each workspace represents one network and each network in turn represents one CPMC cluster or group. The default workspace is displayed as Network 1 in the NetConfig Tool window. To add another CPMC cluster or group 1. Click on Network New. This will open a new workspace in the NetConfig Tool. Note that each of the newly created workspaces has a * sign appended to its network name, for example, Network-1*, Network-2*, etc. * sign will disappear once Create Configuration is executed for this network.

2. Add the new workspace as necessary.

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3. If you would like to turn off Network List view window, click on View New Network List. To turn it on, click again View New Network List. Note that you can drag and drop Network List view window within the left and right bound of the NetCfgTool main window.

4. You have to separately Create Configuration for each workspace/network. Select the network that you want to create configuration and then click on Tools Create Configuration. Note: the configuration files cannot be exported until * signs in the network name for all of the network workspaces disappear. That mean Export is not possible unless Create Configuration in each of the network workspaces is done. 5. The number of workspace depends on the network-sizing rule defined in the PNMS Engineering Manual.

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Appendix A: MIU Settings


To view the NE Properties of the individual MIU you have to click on the PMC button on the MIU block of the MIU Properties. This appendix will explain the naming convention used in the PMC button show below. (1) (2)

The name of the PMC button is comprised of two distinct parts: (1) PMC type, (2) PMC Usage. The PMC type can either be RPMC, CPMC or SCPMC depending on the role of the PMC in the HLDC polling. The PMC Usage depends on the order of the PMC in the MIU and the redundancy. The table below illustrates the PMC usage convention used in the MIU. Total PMC Total PMC = 1 (Line concentrator/other equipment with no redundancy). Redundant System 1+0/1+1 PMC Type/PMC Usage RPMC Normal CPMC Normal SCPMC Normal N+1 RPMC Protection CH CPMC Protection CH SCPMC Protection CH Line Concentrator/ Other Equipment RPMC Normal CPMC Normal SCPMC Normal Total PMC >= 2 1+0/1+1 N+1 RPMC Additional PMC RPMC Regular CH

For N+1 configuration, the default value of the PMC Usage is Regular CH. When adding new PMCs the user must change the PMC usage of the additional PMCs individually in the MIU properties window. When changing the PMC Usage a warning message will appear. (i.e When adding a new PMC on the existing system the new PMC will be labeled as Additional PMC.) Line Concentrator RPMC Additional PMC

The additional PMCs are sequential. When deleting a PMC, the NetCfgTool will delete the last PMC added first. This means you cannot add an additional PMC without deleting the PMCs below it first.

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Appendix B: Subnets
Table 10: Pasolink and Pasolink+ radio IP available sub-network Number of available IP address Range Network Address /subnet
512 (2 class-C subnets) 256 (1 class-C subnet) 128 (2 subnets) 64 (4 subnets) (0~511) (0~255) (0~127) (128~255) 255.255.255.192 (0~63) (64~127) (128~191) (192~255) (0~31) (32~63) (64~95) (96~127) (128~159) (160~191) (192~223) (224~255) (0~15) (16~31) (32~47) (48~63) (64~79) (80~95) (96~111) (112~127) (128~143) (144~159) (160~175) (176~191) (192~207) (208~223) (224~239) (240~255) 255.255.255.248 8 (32 subnets) (0~7) (8~15) (16~23) (24~31) (32~39) (40~47) (48~55) xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.64 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.192 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.32 xxx.xxx.xxx.64 xxx.xxx.xxx.96 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.160 xxx.xxx.xxx.192 xxx.xxx.xxx.224 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.16 xxx.xxx.xxx.32 xxx.xxx.xxx.48 xxx.xxx.xxx.64 xxx.xxx.xxx.80 xxx.xxx.xxx.96 xxx.xxx.xxx.112 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.144 xxx.xxx.xxx.160 xxx.xxx.xxx.176 xxx.xxx.xxx.192 xxx.xxx.xxx.208 xxx.xxx.xxx.224 xxx.xxx.xxx.240 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.8 xxx.xxx.xxx.16 xxx.xxx.xxx.24 xxx.xxx.xxx.32 xxx.xxx.xxx.40 xxx.xxx.xxx.48

Subnet Mask 255.255.254.0 (Default) 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.128

255.255.255.224

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(56~63) (64~71) (72~79) (80~87) (88~95) (96~103) (104~111) (112~119) (120~127) (128~135) (136~143) (144~151) (152~159) (160~167) (168~175) (176~183) (184~191) (192~199) (200~207) (208~215) (216~223) (224~231) (232~239) (240~247) (248~255) 255.255.255.252 4 (64 subnets) (0~3) (4~7) (8~11) (12~15) (16~19) (20~23) (24~27) (28~31) (32~35) (36~39) (40~43) (44~47) (48~51) (52~55) (56~59) (60~63) (64~67) (68~71) (72~75) (76~79) (80~83) (84~87) xxx.xxx.xxx.56 xxx.xxx.xxx.64 xxx.xxx.xxx.72 xxx.xxx.xxx.80 xxx.xxx.xxx.88 xxx.xxx.xxx.96 xxx.xxx.xxx.104 xxx.xxx.xxx.112 xxx.xxx.xxx.120 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.136 xxx.xxx.xxx.144 xxx.xxx.xxx.152 xxx.xxx.xxx.160 xxx.xxx.xxx.168 xxx.xxx.xxx.176 xxx.xxx.xxx.184 xxx.xxx.xxx.192 xxx.xxx.xxx.200 xxx.xxx.xxx.208 xxx.xxx.xxx.216 xxx.xxx.xxx.224 xxx.xxx.xxx.232 xxx.xxx.xxx.240 xxx.xxx.xxx.248 xxx.xxx.xxx.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.4 xxx.xxx.xxx.8 xxx.xxx.xxx.12 xxx.xxx.xxx.16 xxx.xxx.xxx.20 xxx.xxx.xxx.24 xxx.xxx.xxx.28 xxx.xxx.xxx.32 xxx.xxx.xxx.36 xxx.xxx.xxx.40 xxx.xxx.xxx.44 xxx.xxx.xxx.48 xxx.xxx.xxx.60 xxx.xxx.xxx.56 xxx.xxx.xxx.56 xxx.xxx.xxx.64 xxx.xxx.xxx.68 xxx.xxx.xxx.72 xxx.xxx.xxx.76 xxx.xxx.xxx.80 xxx.xxx.xxx.84

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(88~91) (92~95) (96~99) (100~103) (104~107) (108~111) (112~115) (116~119) (120~123) (124~127) (128~131) (132~135) (136~139) (140~143) (144~147) (148~151) (152~155) (156~159) (160~163) (164~167) (168~171) (172~175) (176~179) (180~183) (184~187) (188~191) (192~195) (196~199) (200~203) (204~207) (208~211) (212~215) (216~219) (220~223) (224~227) (228~231) (232~235) (236~239) (240~243) (244~247) (248~251) (252~255) xxx.xxx.xxx.88 xxx.xxx.xxx.92 xxx.xxx.xxx.96 xxx.xxx.xxx.100 xxx.xxx.xxx.104 xxx.xxx.xxx.108 xxx.xxx.xxx.112 xxx.xxx.xxx.116 xxx.xxx.xxx.120 xxx.xxx.xxx.124 xxx.xxx.xxx.128 xxx.xxx.xxx.132 xxx.xxx.xxx.136 xxx.xxx.xxx.140 xxx.xxx.xxx.144 xxx.xxx.xxx.148 xxx.xxx.xxx.152 xxx.xxx.xxx.156 xxx.xxx.xxx.160 xxx.xxx.xxx.164 xxx.xxx.xxx.168 xxx.xxx.xxx.172 xxx.xxx.xxx.176 xxx.xxx.xxx.180 xxx.xxx.xxx.184 xxx.xxx.xxx.188 xxx.xxx.xxx.192 xxx.xxx.xxx.196 xxx.xxx.xxx.200 xxx.xxx.xxx.204 xxx.xxx.xxx.208 xxx.xxx.xxx.212 xxx.xxx.xxx.216 xxx.xxx.xxx.220 xxx.xxx.xxx.224 xxx.xxx.xxx.228 xxx.xxx.xxx.232 xxx.xxx.xxx.236 xxx.xxx.xxx.240 xxx.xxx.xxx.244 xxx.xxx.xxx.240 xxx.xxx.xxx.252

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Appendix C: Configuration of Dual Master MIU


At MIU (Line Concentrator) two ports, NMS port and DPU port are available. By default NetCfgTool assigns NMS port for the line connection, when the Back-to-Back (BB) line is added. Please use the Line Properties dialog box to change the port selection. Note that in the dual master configuration, only 1 port can be assigned to NMS and 1 other port needs to be assigned to DPU port. Otherwise, error will occur when you run Create Configuration. As illustrated in the example below, configuration of dual master MIU is described. DPU NMS

1. First as illustrated in the figure below, place all the NE symbols on the workspace, connect them with MIU using BB line.

2. As shown in the figure above the connections from No.002 and No.007 to No.001 are both assigned to NMS port. You need use the Line Properties dialog box to convert one of NMS ports to DPU port as illustrated in the figure below.

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3. After the line properties are modified, MIU (No.001) will be assigned with 1 NMS port and 1 DPU port. Create Configuration will then be possible.

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Appendix D: Incorrect Configuration of MIU(Line Concentrator)


Setting up MIU(Line Concentrator) in a Multi-Drop configuration, please use DPU port on the Master side of the Multi-Drop connection. This is because of hardware restriction in MIU. 1. As illustrated in the figure below, since DPU port is assigned on the Master side of the Multi-Drop, this is a correct configuration and Create Configuration will be possible.

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Multi-Drop Connection 2. The configuration below is prohibited. Create Configuration will return error, since MIU (No.007) is not allowed to set to DPU Port on the Slave side of the Multi-Drop connection.

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Appendix E: Incorrect Configuration of Pasolink+


The following configuration is prohibited in a mixed network of Pasolink+ and PasolinkV3/PasolinkV4/Paso-S/MIU NEs, when Pasolink+ NEs are placed close to the PNMS, and are followed with PasolinkV3/PasolinkV4/Paso-S/MIU. 1. Use the following configuration and the error occurs from Create Configuration. It is because of hardware restriction of 19.2Kbps IC in the Pasolink+. As illustrated in the example below, No.007(Pasolink+) is connected to No.009(PasolinkV3). No.009 becomes CPM, and its connection with No.007(PasolinkV3) is assigned to use PPP Protocol(19.2Kbps). On the other side, connection of Pasolink+ , No.005 and No.007 uses ASYNC(19.2Kbps). As a result, in the No.007, a 19.2K IC is required to serve two different protocols. That is not possible. Instead, SYNC(64K) IC is used for the connection.

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2. To change the connection of No.001 and No.007 from ASYNC to SYNC, please use the Line Properties dialog box. Please change the port for No.005 from NE2 to NE1.

3. After the line properties are modified, the configuration will be shown as below and Create Configuration will then be possible.

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PNMT - GENERAL

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PASOLINK NETWORK MANAGEMENT TERMINAL (PNMT) IS A MOBILE TERMINAL CONSISTING OF A PORTABLE COMPUTER WITH A SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF THE PASOLINK NETWORK MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DEVELOPED FOR MANAGEMENT OF NEC PASOLINK SERIES SHORT HAUL RADIO TRANSMISSION NETWORK. PNMT IS DESIGNED AS AN ONSITE MAINTENANCE TOOL TO BE USED BY THE FIELD ENGINEERS AND TECHNICIANS. IT CONNECTS DIRECTLY TO THE LA PORT OF THE PASOLINK IDU. PNMT CAN BE USED TO MONITOR LOCAL / REMOTE EQUIPMENT STATUS AND PROVIDES CONTROL CAPABILITIES SIMILAR TO THOSE AVAILABLE IN PNMS. PNMT IS ALSO USED TO DOWN LOAD THE SYSTEM AND CONFIGURATION FILES TO THE PM CARD (CONTROL) AND UPGRADE THE SOFTWARE IN THE IDU WHEN CONNECTED TO AN IDU PNMT CAN MONITOR NOT ONLY THE LOCAL EQUIPMENT BUT ANY REMOTE NETWORK ELEMENT UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE CENTRAL PM CARD (CONTROL). TO USE THE PNMT, PM CARD SHOULD BE MOUNTED IN THE PASOLINK V3 IDUs.
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MICROSOFT WINDOWS 98/NT WORKSTATION GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE ONE HOP LINK DISPLAY ON THE PNMT SCREEN COMMUNICATE WITH REMOTE PM CARDS ON THE SAME NETWORK COLLECTS ALARM AND STATUS INFORMATION FROM THE LOCAL AND REMOTE PM CARDS TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT CONTROL VIA LOCAL AND REMOTE PM CARDS SEVERAL LEVELS OF LOGIN / LOGOUT EVENT LOGGING WINDOW PERFORMANCE MONITORING FUNCTION WINDOW LOCAL / REMOTE EQUIPMENT CONTROL FUNCTION LOCAL/REMOTE PM CARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT LOCAL/REMOTE UP GRADING OF APPLICATION SOFTWARE

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PNMT PASOLINK V3 INTERFACE


COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PNMT AND THE RADIO NETWORK EQUIPMENT CAN BE : VIA THE LA PORT OF THE LOCAL PASOLINK EQUIPMENT VIA THE DIGITAL SERVICE CHANNEL DSC TO A REMOTE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT LA PORT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE EQUIPMENT AND CONSISTS OF A DB15 CONNECTOR. LA PORT CONNECT THE PM CARD IN THE IDU VIA A SERIAL CABLE TO THE RELEVANT COMMUNICATION PORT OF THE PNMT COMPUTER. PROPERTIES OF THE LA PORT ARE AS FOLLOWS: PORT CONFIGURATION CONNECTOR TYPE BITS PER SECOND RATE STOP BITS DATA BIT LENGTH PARITY RS-232 D-SUB 15 (FEMALE) UP TO 19200 1 8 NO PARITY

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COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PNMT AND THE RADIO NETWORK EQUIPMENT CAN BE : VIA THE PNMT PORT OF THE LOCAL PASOLINK EQUIPMENT VIA THE DSC TO A REMOTE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT PNMT PORT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE EQUIPMENT AND CONSISTS OF A RJ45 CONNECTOR. PNMT PORT CONNECT THE PM CTRL MODULE IN THE IDU VIA A SERIAL CABLE TO THE RELEVANT COMMUNICATION PORT OF THE PNMT COMPUTER. PROPERTIES OF THE PNMT PORT ARE AS FOLLOWS: PORT CONFIGURATION RS-232 CONNECTOR TYPE BITS PER SECOND RATE STOP BITS DATA BIT LENGTH PARITY RJ45 UP TO 19200 1 8 NO PARITY

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RECOMMENDED PNMT MOBILE PC CONFIGURATION LAPTOP PC WITH TFT DISPLAY (IBM COMPATIBLE) CPU: PENTIUM-II 366 MHz OR HIGHER RAM: 128 MB OR MORE HDD: 2 GB OR MORE FDD: 3.5INCH CD-ROM: 8 x OR HIGHER INTEGRATED SOUND CARD AND SPEAKER

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SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION ALL STRUCTURED AND MODULAR PROGRAMS USED IN PNMT ARE RESIDENT IN THE HARD DISK AND RAM OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTER. THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM IS EMPLOYED WHICH IS CAPABLE OF MULTITASK PROCESSING. THE PNMT SOFTWARE BASICALLY CONSISTS OF TWO PARTS, THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND THE APPLICATION PROGRAM OPERATING SYSTEM WINDOWS 95 (ENGLISH VERSION) OR WINDOWS 98 (ENGLISH VERSION) OR WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION VeR 4.0 (ENGLISH VERSION) WINDOWS 2000 (ENGLISH VERSION) APPLICATION PROGRAM NEC PNMT SOFTWARE
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START UP
CONNECT THE PNMT PC COM1 PORT AND THE PASOLINK IDU LA PORT USING A RS232C CABLE DOUBLE CLICK ON THE PNMT SHORTCUT ICON ON THE DESKTOP OR CLICK ON START>>PROGRAM>>PNMT>>PNMT

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PNMT PROGRAM STARTUP AND TRIES TO GET CONNECTED TO PASOLINK EQUIPMENT

AFTER CONNECTING TO THE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT TRIES TO ACQUIRE DATA FROM THE LOCAL EQUIPMENT AND THE REMOTE EQUIPMENT TO DISPLAY ON THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW

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IF YOU HAVE NOT LOGIN FIRST THE EXIT MENU CANNOT BE SELECTED.

TO EXIT THE PNMT PROGRAM CLICK ON EXIT IN THE SYSTEM DROPDOWN MENU AND CLICK YES.

IN THE DIALOG BOX THAT OPENS CLICK YES

THE SCREEN INDICATES NOW PNMT SHUTDOWN. IT WILL TAKE FEW MINUTES TO SHUTDOWN

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PNMT MAIN SCREEN


PNMT MAIN SCREEN IS SPLIT EVENLY TO DISPLAY THE DATA FROM THE TWO NEs IN THE HOP. PNMT WINDOW MENU BAR COMMON TOOL BAR LINK SUMMARY WINDOW NE-SPECIFIC MENU ITEMS BLOCK DIAGRAM

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NE-SPECIFIC DATA

CLICK ON THE ARROW ICONS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SCREEN TO EXPAND THE LEFT OR RIGHT DATA FIELD. CLICKING ON THE BLOCK WILL RETURN THE ORIGINAL SPLIT SCREEN.

TAB SELECTION FOR OTHER EQUIPMENT VIEWS

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ODU WINDOW PASOLINK-V3


CLICK THE ODU SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE ODU WINDOW TO VIEW THE ODU DETAILS ODU WINDOW FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION

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ODU WINDOW FOR (1+0) CONFIGURATION

CLICK THE ODU TAB TO OPEN THE ODU WINDOW TO VIEW THE ODU DETAILS

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IDU WINDOW PASOLINK-V3


CLICK THE IDU SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE IDU WINDOW TO VIEW THE IDU DETAILS

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IDU WINDOW FOR (1+0) CONFIGURATION

IDU WINDOW FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION

CLICK THE IDU TAB TO OPEN THE IDU WINDOW TO VIEW THE IDU DETAILS

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CLICK CONNECT ON THE SYSTEM DROP DOWN MENU TO LIST THE LOCAL NEs THE PNMT IS CONNECTED TO.

LIST MENU

CLICK THE SEARCH FOR NETWORK ELEMENT TO SEARCH AND LIST THE OTHER NEs IN THE NETWORK

TO VIEW A REMOTE NE FROM THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST, SELECT AND HIGHLIGHT THE NE IN THE LIST. THEN CLICK THE CONNECT TO NETWORK ELEMENT FROM THE LIST DROP DOWN MENU. SELECT YES FROM THE DIALOG BOX. THE SELECTED NE AND ITS OPPOSITE NE WILL BE DISPLAYED IN THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW. TOOL BAR ITEMS

CONNECT TO NETWORK ELEMENT SEARCH FOR NETWORK ELEMENT

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INDICATES THE ODU FREQUENCY BAND INFORMATION AND TX/RX FREQUENCIES

SHOW THE CURRENT IDU CONFIGURATION

SHOW THE TYPE AND NUMBER OF INTERFACE CARDS MOUNTED

SHOW WHETHER THE OPTIONAL WS INTFC CARD IS MOUNTED INDICATE WHETHER THE OPTIONAL 64K INTFC CARD IS MOUNTED

SHOW THE SERVICE CHANNEL INFORMATION

SHOW IP ADDRESS AND NAME OF THE SELECTED NE

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ODU SECTION OF THE EQUIPMENT SETUP WINDOW FOR THE SELECTED PASOLINK HAS TWO CONTROLS, FREQUENCY PLAN AND TX ATTENUATION SETTING. IN THE CASE OF (1+1) HOT STANDBY CONFIGURATION, FREQUENCY IS SET FOR BOTH ODUs.

CLICK ON THE TX ATTENUATION BUTTON TO SET THE TX ATTENUATION

CLICK ON THE FREQUENCY PLAN BUTTON TO SELECT THE ODU TX AND RX FREQUENCIES. INFORMATION ABOUT THE ODU FREQUENCY BAND ARE DISPLAYED

This information may include : TX frequency used is High band or Low band Frequency Sub band used A, B, C, or D. Default Channel and TX frequency set in the ODU. CH Separation shift frequency
SELECT THE AMOUNT OF ATTENUATION REQUIRED AND CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTON. THE TX ATTENUATION RANGE OF ODU V3 IS 0 TO 30 dB CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE TX ATTENUATION SETTING WINDOW. REFER TO THE RADIO FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENT TABLES TO SELECT THE CHANNEL NUMBER CORRESPONDING TO THE REQUIRED TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE FREQUENCIES. SELECT THE CHANNEL NUMBER AND THE CORRESPONDING TX AND RX FREQUENCIES FOR THE SELECTED CHANNEL. ARE DISPLAYED CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTON TO CHANGE THE FREQUENCIES. THIS OPERATION WILL INTERRUPT THE TRAFFIC CLICK THE CLOSE BUTTON TO EXIT THE FREQUENCY PLAN WINDOW.

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MAINTENANCE

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TO CARRY OUT ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROL ,SET THE SELECTED NE TO MAINTENANCE MODE. CLICK THE MAINT BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN MAINTENANCE MODE SELECTION WINDOW. SELECT MAINT MODE ON OR OFF AND CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MODE SELECTION CLICK MAINTENANCE, ON THE, CONFIGURATION DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW THIS CONTROL MUTE THE OUTPUT POWER OF THE SELECTED PASOLINK CHANNEL . CLICK THE TX MUTE BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THE TX MUTE CONTROL WINDOW. CLICK ON/OFF AND EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE CONTROL. THIS CONTROL TRANSMIT AN UNMODULATED CARRIER FOR MEASUREMENT PURPOSE. CLICK THE CW BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THE CW CONTROL WINDOW. CLICK ON/OFF AND EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE CONTROL.

THESE CONTROL ARE AVAILABLE FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION. PROVIDES MANUAL SWITCH OVER OF PASOLINK CHANNEL FOR NORMAL OPERATION SELECT AUTO FOR AUTO REDUNDANCY SWITCHING..

THIS CONTROL INHIBIT INSERTION OF AIS DURING BER ALARM CONDITION FOR MEASUREMENT PURPOSE. CLICK THE BER AIS BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THE BER AIS CONTROL WINDOW. CLICK ON/OFF AND EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE CONTROL.

TO CLOSE ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROL WINDOW CLICK CLOSE BUTTON. TO NORMALIZE MAINTENANCE MODE NORMALIZE MAINTENANCE CONTROLS FIRST.

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AUX I/O WINDOW - MONITORING

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AUXILIARY INPUT / OUTPUT FACILITY CAN BE USED TO MONITOR SIX EXTERNAL MONITOR ITEMS AND FOUR EXTERNAL CONTROL ITEMS USING THE PASOLINK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. MONITORING ITEMS ARE CONNECTED THROUGH OPTICAL COUPLERS AND CONTROLS VIA RELAYS. THESE ITEMS ARE ALSO KNOWN AS HOUSEKEEPING ALARMS AND CONTROLS. CLICK THE AUX SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM OR AUX I/O TAB TO VIEW THE AUX ALARM/STATUS/CONTROL DISPLAY CONFIGURE CONTROL RELAY OUTPUTS CLICK THE OUTPUT 1-4 BUTTONS TO CONFIGURE THE EXTERNAL CONTROLS ENTER THE NAME TO APPEAR FOR SELECTED CONTROL ITEM ( UP TO 32 CHARACTERS)

ENTER THE LABEL FOR EACH CONDITION EVENT ON AND EVENT OFF CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRY OUT THE CHANGE

CONFIGURE ALARM INPUTS CLICK THE INPUT 1-6 BUTTONS TO CONFIGURE THE EXTERNAL ALARM SELECT THE CONDITION FOR ALARM, EVENT ON OR EVENT OFF EXTERNAL MONITORING ITEMS CAN BE DEFINED AS ALARMS OR AS STATUS CHANGE. CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRY OUT THE CHANGE

ENTER THE SELECTED EXTERNAL ALARM NAME, (UP TO 32 CHARACTERS)

ENTER THE LABEL FOR ALARM/ STATUS EVENT ON AND EVENT OFF. CLICK THE CLOSE BUTTON TO CLOSE THE WINDOW

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PMC & VERSION WINDOWS


CLICK THE PMC SYMBOL ON THE BLOCK DIAGRAM OR THE PMC TAB TO DISPLAY THE PMC WINDOW FOR THE SELECTED NE.

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CLICK THE VERSION TAB TO DISPLAY THE VERSION INFORMATION WINDOW FOR THE SELECTED NE.

CONFIGURATION AND SETTING OF THE PASOLINK MANAGEMENT CARD IS PROVIDED IN THIS WINDOW.

VERSION WINDOW DISPLAY THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE , SOFTWARE VERSIONS, SERIAL NUMBER, CODE NUMBER ETC.. OF THE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT IN THE SELECTED NETWORK ELEMENT.

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EVENT LOG
NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR A MESSAGE WINDOW SHOWS THE PROGRESS OF THE UPLOAD CLICK ON THE EVEN LOG IN THE NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR TO UPLOAD THE EVEN LOG ITEMS FROM THE SELECTED NE.

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EVENT LOG VIEW WINDOW SHOWS ALARM EVENTS, COMMAND EVENTS AND STATUS CHANGES. DIFFERENT COLORS SHOWS THE TYPE OF EVENT. EVENT LOG IS PRESENTED IN A TABLE FORM SHOWING THE DATE OF THE EVENT , THE ITEM THAT TRIGGERED THE EVENT AND THE STATUS CHANGE.

CLICK FILE-UPLOAD TO REFRESH THE EVENT LOG DISPLAY CLICK FILE-SAVE AS TO SAVE THE EVENT LOG TO CLICK FILE-PRINT TO PRINT THE EVENT LOG INFORMATION

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LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR (V3)


NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR CLICK ON THE LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR IN THE NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR OF THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW OF THE PASOLINK TO BE MONITORED.

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THE FOLLOWING PERFORMANCE ITEMS CAN BE MONITORED ACCORDING TO THE G.826 RECOMMENDATIONS. ES SES UAS BBE ERROR SECONDS SEVERELY ERROR SECONDS UNAVAILABLE SECONDS BACKGROUND BLOCK ERRORS

CURRENT BER VALUE IS SHOWN IN THIS FIELD THE RED COLOR IN THE PERFORMANCE MONITOR WINDOW INDICATES THE OCCURRENCE OF PERFORMANCE ITEMS EXCEEDING THE THRESHOLD VALUE. THE THRESHOLD VALUES CAN BE SET IN THRESHOLD WINDOW. ALL DATA CAN BE RESET BY USING ALL DATA RESET BUTTON. ( MAKE SURE THAT THE CURRENT DATA HAS BEEN SAVED AS THIS OPERATION WILL DELETE ALL THE PERFORMANCE DATA IN THE CURRENT WEEK.)

THRESHOLD VALUE SETTING CLICK THE THRESHOLD(%) BUTTON TO OPEN THE THRESHOLD SETTING WINDOW. SELECT THE PERFORMANCE ITEM THAT IS TO BE CONFIGURED ON THE TABLE SHOWN. SET THE VALUE WHEN THE ALARM OCCUR AND WHEN THE ALARM RECOVER IN THE APPROPRIATE FIELD. AFTER SETTING ALL THE THRESHOLD VALUES CLICK EXECUTE TO ACTIVATE THE NEW SETTING. CLOCK CLOSE TO CLOSE THE THRESHOLD SETTING WINDOW..

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LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR (V3)


8:30PM to 8:45PM 8:45PM to 9:00PM

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Collecting Performance Data (Occur Threshold not reached)

No data until the first 15 minutes is elapsed

62 x 100 (24x60x60) per day basis

9:00PM to 9:15PM
Collecting Performance Data (Occur Threshold reached)

12.77 X 900 100 0.66 X 900 100 12.33 X 900 100 1.07X307000 100

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LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR (V3)


8:30PM to 8:45PM

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8:45PM to 9:00PM

9:00PM to 9:15PM

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LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR (V3)

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30Sec

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ODU WINDOW PASOPLUS


CLICK THE ODU SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE ODU WINDOW TO VIEW THE ODU DETAILS ODU WINDOW FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION

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ODU WINDOW FOR (1+0) CONFIGURATION

CLICK THE ODU TAB TO OPEN THE ODU WINDOW TO VIEW THE ODU DETAILS

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IDU WINDOW PASOPLUS


CLICK THE IDU SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE IDU WINDOW TO VIEW THE IDU DETAILS IDU WINDOW FOR (1+0) CONFIGURATION IDU WINDOW FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION

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CLICK THE IDU TAB TO OPEN THE IDU WINDOW TO VIEW THE IDU DETAILS

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EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION WINDOW


NE SPECIFIC MENU-BAR CLICK CONFIGURATION FROM THE NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR AND FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU SELECT EQUIPMENT SETUP.

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IN 1+1 HOT STBY, ODU1 IS ONLY SHOWN AS ODU2 HAS THE SAME SETTING INDICATES THE ODU FREQUENCY BAND INFORMATION AND TX/RX FREQUENCIES IN 1+1 TWIN PATH BOTH ODU1 AND ODU2 ARE SHOWN, AS THE SETTINGS ARE INDEPENDENT

SHOW THE IDU CONFIGURATION

IN 1+1 HOT STBY, FRAME ID FOR NO.1 AND NO.2 ARE THE SAME IN 1+1 TWIN PATH FRAME ID CAN BE SET THE SAME OR DIFFERENT

SHOW THE FRAME ID SETTING SETUP BUTTON OPEN THE SETUP CONTROL WINDOW NE NAME IS DISPLAYED. CAN BE CHANGED FROM HERE NOTE ENTERED FOR THE SELECTED NE IS DISPLAYED. CAN BE CHANGED FROM HERE IN THE CASE OF 1+0 ONLY ONE ODU AND IDU SETTINGS ARE DISPLAYED

INDICATE THE IP ADDRESS USED BY THE NE

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PROVISIONING PASOPLUS

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CLICK CONFIGURATION ON THE NE SPECIFIC MENU AND SELECT PROVISIONING TO OPEN THE PROVISIONING WINDOW.

ALS ENABLE AND ALS DELAY SETTING INDICATE THE TX POWER CONTROL MODE OH ASSIGNMENT SELECTION

SUB INTERFACE SETTING

BER THRESHOLD SETTING INDICATE OH CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS BER THRESHOLD SETTING FOR RADIO AVAILABLE ONLY FOR 1+1 CONFIGURATION WHEN MTPC MODE IS SELECTED MTPC POWER SETTING NO.2 CHANNEL SETTING IS ACTIVE FOR 1+1 TWIN PATH CONFIGURATION

WHEN ATPC MODE IS SELECTED ATPC POWER SETTING

EITHER MTPC SETTING OR ATPC SETTING WINDOWS WILL BE DISPLAYED AT A TIME, DEPENDING ON THE TX POWER CONTROL MODE SELECTED.

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MAINTENANCE PASOPLUS
CLICK MAINTENANCE, ON THE, CONFIGURATION DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW

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TO CARRY OUT ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROL ,SET THE SELECTED NE TO MAINTENANCE MODE. CLICK THE MAINT BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THE MAINTENANCE MODE SELECTION WINDOW. SELECT MAINT MODE ON OR OFF AND CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MODE SELECTION

THESE CONTROL ARE AVAILABLE FOR (1+1) CONFIGURATION. PROVIDES MANUAL SWITCH OVER OF PASOLINK CHANNEL FOR NORMAL OPERATION SELECT AUTO FOR AUTO REDUNDANCY SWITCHING.. ALS RESTART IS ACTIVE ONLY WHEN OPTICAL INTFC IS USED

MAINTENANCE WINDOW FOR (1+0) CONFIGURATION (REMOTE NE)

BEFORE TRYING TO CONTROL ANY MAINTENANCE FUNCTION SET THE SELECTED EQUIPMENT TO MAINTENANCE MODE. OTHERWISE AN ERROR MESSAGE. WILL BE DISPLAYED

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NEC International Training, Ltd. Japan

PNMS - GENERAL

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PASOLINK NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PNMS) ENABLES REMOTE MONITORING AND CONTROL OF MONITORING PASOLINK RADIO NETWORKS. THE PNMS IS A SOPHISTICATED SUPERVISORY TOOL FOR TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT AND ALLOWS EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TO PERFORM REMOTE MONITORING OF ALARMS, PERFORMANCE MONITOR AND CONTROL OF MONITOR REMOTE NEs. THE SYSTEM IS BASED ON A PNMS COMPUTER AND A NUMBER OF REMOTE DATA PROCESSING NODES DATA CALLED PM CARDS. IT SUPERVISES AND CONTROLS PASOLINK TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT. TRANSMISSION PNMS PROVIDES CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF ALL PASOLINKs IN THE RADIO NETWORK. EACH PASOLINK IDU IS FITTED WITH A PMC LOADED WITH A CONFIGURATION ACCORDING TO ITS ROLE IN THE NETWORK. THE PASOLINK IDU THAT IS CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE PNMS WORKSTATION IS LOADED WITH CENTRAL PMC CONFIGURATION AND IS CALLED CPMC. ALL THE COMMUNICATIONS TO AND FROM THE SUBORDINATE PMCs CONNECTED TO THE CPMC CHAIN GOES THROUGH THE CPMC. THE CPMC THEN PASSES THIS INFORMATION TO THE PNMS. THE CPMC ACTS AS A CONCENTRATOR FOR THE DATA FROM THE NEs UNDER IT
C oncept of NM S for PASO LINK Concept NM
O peration C enter

D igital Service C hannel, 9.6kbps

ID U

PM C ARD RS-232C, 19.2kbps

PNM S

RS-232C,19.2kbps PNM T

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FEATURES
MICROSOFT WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE DISPLAY THE NETWORK IN SEVERAL HIERARCHICAL FORMS DISPLAY THE NETWORK GRAPHICALLY ON A BACKGROUND MAP COMMUNICATE WITH REMOTE PM CARDS IN THE NETWORK COLLECTS ALARM AND STATUS INFORMATION FROM THE REMOTE PM CARDS TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT CONTROL VIA REMOTE PM CARDS NETWORK SECURITY PROVIDED BY ASSIGNING PRIVILEGES AND PASSWORDS EVENT LOGGING WINDOW PERFORMANCE MONITORING FUNCTION WINDOW LOCAL / REMOTE EQUIPMENT CONTROL FUNCTION LOCAL/REMOTE PM CARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT LOCAL/REMOTE UP GRADING OF APPLICATION SOFTWARE CREATION OF NETWORKS USING NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL EVENT LOG HISTORY AND ALARM HISTORY VIEW FUNCTION WITH FILTERING

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PNMS COMMUNICATION INTERFACE


COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PNMS AND THE RADIO NETWORK EQUIPMENT CAN BE : VIA THE NMS PORT OF THE LOCAL PASOLINK EQUIPMENT HAVING THE CENTRAL PM CARD VIA THE DIGITAL SERVICE CHANNEL (DSC) TO A REMOTE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT NMS PORT IS LOCATED IN THE FRONT OF THE EQUIPMENT AND CONSISTS OF A DB15 CONNECTOR. NMS PORT CONNECT THE PM CARD IN THE IDU VIA A SERIAL CABLE TO THE RELEVANT COMMUNICATION PORT OF THE PNMS COMPUTER. PROPERTIES OF THE NMS PORT ARE AS FOLLOWS: PORT CONFIGURATION CONNECTOR TYPE BITS PER SECOND RATE RS-232/RS485 (V.24/V.11) D-SUB 15 (FEMALE) 9.6/ 19200 KBPS (ASYNC)
RS-232C DEBUG-TXD EMS-TXD EMS-RXD

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15pin(M) Paso NMS Connector

9 pin(F) PC(PNMS)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CD RD TD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS RI

1 2 3 4 5 EMS-RTS 6 EMS-CTS7 GND 8 9 DEBUG-RXD 10 NMS-TXD 11 NMS-RXD 12 13 NMS-RTS 14 NMS-CTS 15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

PC (PNMS) or Router

Pin assignment for NMS port PNMS/Router connection


NMS PORT

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HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
RECOMMENDED PNMS PC CONFIGURATION

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IBM PC OR COMPATIBLE CPU: PENTIUM-III 450MHz OR HIGHER RAM: 256 MB OR MORE HDD: 2 GB OR MORE FDD: 3.5INCH CD-ROM: 8 x OR HIGHER SOUND CARD AND SPEAKER 17-INCH MONITOR (1024 x 768) RECOMMENDED SIZE LASER PRINTER
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

ALL STRUCTURED AND MODULAR PROGRAMS USED IN PNMS ARE RESIDENT IN THE HARD-DISK AND RAM OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTER. THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM IS EMPLOYED WHICH IS CAPABLE OF MULTITASK PROCESSING. THE PNMS SOFTWARE BASICALLY CONSISTS OF TWO PARTS, THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND THE APPLICATION PROGRAM
OPERATING SYSTEM

WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION Ver 4.0 (ENGLISH VERSION) WINDOWS 2000 (ENGLISH VERSION)
APPLICATION PROGRAM

NEC PNMS SOFTWARE


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CONNECT THE PNMS PC COM1 PORT AND THE PASOLINK IDU NMS PORT USING A RS232C CABLE DOUBLE CLICK ON THE PNMS SHORTCUT ICON ON THE DESKTOP OR CLICK ON START>>PROGRAM>>PNMS>>PNMS

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PNMS PROGRAM STARTUP AND CONNECT AUTOMATICALLY TO THE CPM

AFTER CONNECTING, PNMS MAIN WINDOW WILL BE DISPLAYED. IN CASE OF LAN /ETHERNET CONNECTION, THE PNMS WILL AUTOMATICALLY START POLLING THE CONFIGURED NEs.

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PNMS MAIN SCREEN

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PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR COMMON TOOL BAR GROUP AND CONNECTION VIEW TABS TREE WINDOW SHOWS GROUP VIEW AND CONNECTION VIEW

MAP EDIT TOOLS

MAP WINDOW SHOWS GROUP MAP AND CONNECTION MAP

ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW BOOK MARK WINDOW

CURRENT EVENT LOG WINDOW

LOGIN INFORMATION

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PNMS MAIN SCREEN

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COMMON MENU BAR COMMON MENU BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW PRESENTS THE SYSTEM, VIEW, NETWORK ELEMENTS, EVENT LOG, NETWORK CONFIGURATION, TOOLS AND HELP MENU ITEMS. EACH MENU ITEM HAVE A DROP DOWN MENU SHOWING THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE. COMMON TOOL BAR COMMON TOOL BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW HOLDS THE ICONS OF THE FREQUENTLY USED MENU ITEMS TREE WINDOW TREE WINDOW SHOWS FOUR DIFFERENT VIEWS GROUP VIEW GROUP TREE CONNECTION VIEW CONNECTION TREE ACTIVE ALARMS VIEW BOOKMARK VIEW

MAP WINDOW SHOWS THE NEs IN A NETWORK MAP DISPLAYED ON A GRAPHICAL BACKGROUND. WHEN GROUP VIEW IS SELECTED IN THE TREE WINDOW GROUP MAP IS SHOWN WHEN CONNECTION VIEW IS SELECTED IN THE TREE WINDOW CONNECTION MAP IS SHOWN EVENT LOG WINDOW DISPLAY THE CURRENT EVENT LOG OF THE NETWORK ( IT SHOW THE LAST 300 EVENT LOG ITEMS)

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PNMS EXIT

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PNMS USER WITH VALID PRIVILEGE FOR EXIT FUNCTION MUST BE LOGGED IN TO CLOSE THE APPLICATION. TO EXIT THE PNMS PROGRAM CLICK ON EXIT IN THE SYSTEM DROPDOWN MENU.

IN THE DIALOG BOX THAT OPENS CLICK YES

THE SCREEN INDICATES SHUTTING DOWN PNMSPLEASE WAIT. IT WILL TAKE FEW MINUTES TO SHUTDOWN

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GROUP VIEW-GROUP TREE

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IN GROUP VIEW EACH NE IS REPRESENTED AS A NODE IN THE TREE. NEs ARE CONTAINED WITHIN PRE-DEFINED NETWORK GROUPS. AT LEAST ONE GROUP SHOULD BE DEFINED IN THE NETWORK GROUP ICON RIGHT CLICK ON A GROUP ICON TO SEE THE GROUP POPUP MENU. MOVE TO ITEM WILL SHOW A LIST OF EXISTING GROUPS TO WHICH THIS GROUP CAN BE MOVED TO. ADD NEW GROUP ITEM WILL CREATE A NEW GROUP IN THE TREE. GROUP NAME CAN BE EDITED HERE. GROUP PROPERTIES ITEM WILL OPEN THE GROUP PROPERTIES WINDOW

NE ICON

RIGHT CLICK ON ANY NE IN THE TREE TO OPEN THE NETWORK ELEMENT POPUP MENU.

GENERAL TAB IN THE GROUP PROPERTIES WINDOW ALLOWS EDITING OF THE GROUP NAME AND ENTRY OF AN OPTIONAL NOTE TREE TAB IN THE GROUP PROPERTY WINDOW SHOWS A LIST OF NEs AND GROUPS IN THE SELECTED GROUP. THE ORDER OF NEs AND GROUPS IN THE TREE CAN BE CHANGED IN THIS WINDOW. MOVE TO MENU WILL SHOW A LIST OF EXISTING GROUPS TO WHICH THIS NE CAN BE MOVED TO.. CLICK APPLY OR OK TO SET THE GROUP PROPERTIES.

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CONNECTION VIEW - CONNECTION TREE

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CONNECTION VIEW SHOWS EACH NE REPRESENTED AS A NODE IN THE TREE. NEs ARE CONTAINED WITHIN PRE-DEFINED SUBNETS ACCORDING TO ITS LOGICAL CONNECTION TO THE CPMC OR SPMC.

RIGHT CLICK ON ANY NE TO DISPLAY THE NETWORK ELEMENT POPUP MENU..

RIGHT CLICK ON THE ROOT SUBNET ICON (WHICH REPRESENT A REGION), TO OPEN THE REGION PROPERTIES WINDOW.. REGION NAME CAN BE EDITED. CLICK APPLY OR OK TO APPLY THE CHANGES CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING

RIGHT CLICK ON ANY SUBNET ICON TO OPEN THE SUBNET PROPERTIES WINDOW.. SUBNET NAME CAN BE EDITED. CLICK APPLY OR OK TO APPLY THE CHANGES CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING

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ACTIVE ALARM BOOK MARK WINDOWS


CLICK ON ACTIVE ALARM BAR TO DISPLAY THE ACTIVE ALARMS WINDOW ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW DISPLAY ALL THE NEs THAT HAVE ANY ACTIVE ALARMS. IT ALSO LIST THE ALARM ITEMS UNDER THE AFFECTED NE WITH THE DATE/TIME STAMP.

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CLICK ON BOOKMARK BAR TO DISPLAY THE BOOK MARK WINDOW ITEMS LISTED IN THIS MENU ARE SELECTED FROM THE NETWORK ELEMENTS MENU >> ADD BOOKMARK

FOR ANY ALARM IN THE NETWORK THE CORRESPONDING NE ICON APPEAR IN THIS WINDOW IN RED AND ACTIVE ALARM BAR START FLASHING. CLICK ACK ALL EVENTS TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE ALARMS

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CONNECTION MAP

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CONNECTION MAP SHOW THE NETWORK S LOGICAL CONNECTIONS.

ITEMS SHOWN ON THE CONNECTION MAP DEPENDS ON THE SELECTION IN THE CONNECTION TREE OR CONNECTION MAP WINDOW

WHEN CLICKED ON A SUBNET ICON THE MAP VIEW CHANGED TO SHOW THE NEs AND SUBNETS IN THE SELECTED SUBNET.

WHEN THE MOUSE CURSOR IS MOVED OVER THE NE ICON, A MESSAGE WINDOW SHOWS INFORMATION ABOUT THAT NE.

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GROUP MAP

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GROUP MAP SHOWS THE NEs IN THE NETWORK GRAPHICALLY IN A BACKGROUND MAP.. THE VIEW SHOWN ON THE MAP WINDOW DEPENDS ON THE SELECTED GROUP ICON OR NE ICON IN THE GROUP TREE WINDOW OR MAP WINDOW.

RIGHT CLICK ON ANY ICON SHOWS A POPUP MENU. CONTENTS OF THE POPUP MENU DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF ICON SELECTED.

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GROUP MAP EDIT MODE


TOOLBAR LINE TOOL TEXT TOOL SELECT OBJECT TOOL EDIT MODE CLICK EDIT MODE ICON IN THE GROUP MAP WINDOW TOOLBAR TO ENTER MAP EDIT MODE

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UNDER EDIT MODE, RIGHT CLICKING ON ANY ICON SHOWS A POPUP MENU. THE CONTENTS OF THE POPUP MENU DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF ICON SELECTED. RIGHT CLICK A NE RIGHT CLICK A LINE RIGHT CLICK A GROUP ICON

NEW NE AND GROUP ICONS THAT BELONGS TO THE SELECTED GROUP ARE SHOWN HERE UNDER EDIT MODE. USE THE SELECT OBJECT TOOL TO DRAG THEM AND POSITION THE ICONS IN THE MAP WINDOW.

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GROUP MAP MAP PROPERTIES

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TO SELECT OR CHANGE THE BACK GROUND MAP OF THE GROUP MAP WINDOW, RIGHT CLICK ON THE GROUP MAP WINDOW AND FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT MAP PROPERTIES.

MAP PROPERTIES IS PART OF THE GROUP PROPERTIES. SELECT THE MAP TAB TO DISPLAY MAP PROPERTY WINDOW.

BROWSE AND SELECT THE PATH TO THE BACKGROUND IMAGE BITMAP FILE SELECT THE VIEW AREA HEIGHT, WIDTH AND ORIENTATION CLICK OK OR APPLY TO MAKE THE SELECTED IMAGE AS THE BACKGROUND IMAGE FOR THE GROUP MAP WINDOW.

SELECT THE TREE TAB TO SEE A LIST OF NEs AND GROUPS WITHIN THE SELECTED GROUP. USE THE ARROW KEYS TO SELECT THE ORDER IN WHICH THE ICONS SHOULD APPEAR IN THE GROUP TREE VIEW.

SELECT THE GENERAL TAB TO EDIT THE GROUP NAME. ENTER A NOTE IN THE NOTE FIELD. THE GROUP NAME OR THE NOTE CAN BE SELECTED AS TEXT LABEL WHEN ASSOCIATE IS SELECTED IN THE TEXT PROPERTIES WINDOW.

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GROUP MAP - TEXT EDIT

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TEXT LABELS CAN BE ATTACHED TO THE ICONS OR PASTED ON THE BACKGROUND MAP. TO ENTER TEXT, GROUP MAP WINDOW SHOULD BE IN EDIT MODE THERE ARE TWO METHODS TO ENTER TEXT LABELS 1 UNDER EDIT MODE, RIGHT CLICK ON THE MAP WHERE THE TEXT SHOULD APPEAR AND SELECT NEW TEXT. TEXT PROPERTIES WINDOW OPEN REMOVE TEXT LABEL

SELECT TEXT TOOL FROM THE TOOLBAR 2 CLICK ON THE MAP WHERE THE NEW TEXT SHOULD APPEAR,. CONTINUE PRESSING ON THE LEFT MOUSE BUTTON AND DRAG THE MOUSE UNTIL THE REQUIRED SIZE OF THE TEXT BOX IS ACHIEVED. RELEASE THE LEFT BUTTON ON THE MOUSE TO DISPLAY THE TEXT PROPERTIES WINDOW. SELECT SPECIFY AND ENTER THE TEXT TO APPEAR ON THE MAP TO REMOVE THE TEXT LABEL FROM THE MAP, RIGHT CLICK ON THE TEXT AND FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT REMOVE TEXT. SELECT YES IN THE CONFIRMATION DIALOG WINDOW. TO EDIT TEXT LABEL, RIGHT CLICK ON THE TEXT AND FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT TEXT PROPERTIES TO OPEN THE TEXT PROPERTIES WINDOW . EDIT THE TEXT..

SELECT ASSOCIATE AND SELECT THE GROUP FROM THE LIST. SELECT NAME AND THE GROUP NAME WILL APPEAR AS TEXT SELECT NOTE AND THE GROUP NOTE ENTERED UNDER GROUP PROPERTIES WILL APPEAR AS TEXT TEXT FONT, SIZE COLOR AND BACK GROUND COLOR CAN BE SPECIFIED HERE. AFTER SELECTING THE CHOICES, CLICK OK OR APPLY, AND THE SELECTED TEXT WILL APPEAR ON THE MAP..

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GROUP MAP LINE EDIT

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LINES CAN BE DRAWN TO CONNECT THE NETWORK ELEMENT AND GROUP ICONS TO SHOW THE CONNECTIONS IN THE NETWORK. TO DRAW LINES THE GROUP MAP WINDOW SHOULD BE IN EDIT MODE.

SELECT THE LINE TOOL FROM THE TOOL BAR CLICK ON ONE OF THE NE OR GROUP ICONS TO BE CONNECTED AND THEN CLICK ON THE SECOND ICON. THE LINE PROPERTIES WINDOW OPENS.

REMOVE A LINE

SET THE ATTRIBUTES FOR THE LINE LINE STYLE LINE COLOR LINE WIDTH CLICK OK OR APPLY AND THE LINE CONNECTING THE TWO ICONS WILL BE DISPLAYED ON THE GROUP MAP WINDOW

RIGHT CLICK ON THE LINE TO BE REMOVED. FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT REMOVE LINE. SELECT YES IN THE CONFIRMATION DIALOG WINDOW.

EDIT A LINE RIGHT CLICK THE LINE TO BE EDITED. FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT LINE PROPERTIES. LINE PROPERTIES WINDOW WILL OPEN.

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PNMS WINDOW MENU ITEMS


SYSTEM VIEW NETWORK ELEMENTS EVENT LOG NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOLS HELP

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HELP ABOUT PNMS SCREEN SAVER

LIST THE PNMS MANUALS IN PDF FORMAT INDICATE THE PNMS SOFTWARE VERSION

TEST CONFIGURE INSTALL EDIT UPDATE CLEAR DISPLAY DATA BROWSER PROPERTIES

TEST THE SECREEN SAVER FUNCTION CONFIGURE SCREEN SAVER INSTAL SCREEN SAVER

OPEN THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL TO CONFIGURE THE NETWORK PNMS CONFIGURATION UPDATE WIZARD

CLEAR THE EVENT DATA IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW EVENT LOG PROPERTIES WINDOW (AUTO SAVE AND STORE MAX SETTING) EVENT LOG HISTORY ALARM HISTORY DISPLAY EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW DISPLAY ALARM HISTORY WINDOW

LINK SUMMARY LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY GET ALL DATA ADD TO BOOKMARK PROPERTIES

OPEN THE SELECTED NE'S LINK SUMMARY WINDOW OPEN THE SELECTED NE'S LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY WINDOW SEND THE GET ALL DATA COMMAND TO THE SELECTED NE ADD THE SELECTED WINDOW TO THE BOOKMARK WINDOW OPEN THE NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERIES WINDOW

NETWORK ELEMENT LIST LOGIN / LOGOUT CHANGE PASSWORD SECURITY PNMS PROPERTIES EXIT

OPEN THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW ( LIST ALL THE NEs CONFIGURED IN THE NETWORK)

LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW CHANGE PASWORD WINDOW OPEN THE SECURITY WINDOW. (ADD GROUP PRIVILEGES AND ADD USERS) OPEN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW ( BUZZER SETTING, DATE TIME SYNCHRONIZATION AND LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY SETTING) EXIT PNMS PROGRAM

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HELP FUNCTION

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PNMS HELP FUNCTION IS AVAILABLE AS PNMS MANUALS IN PDF FILE FORMAT. IF THE ACROBAT READER IS INSTALLED IN THE PNMS PC, CLICKING HELP AND SELECTING THE RELEVANT PNMS FILE WILL OPEN THE PDF FILE TO PROVIDE HELP FUNCTION TO THE USER.

BUZZER STOP .

CONNECT - OPEN THE NE LIST WINDOW OPEN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW DISPLAY THE PNMT SOFTWARE VERSION INFORMATION

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PNMS LOGIN / LOGOUT & EXIT

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CLICK ON SYSTEM IN THE MENU BAR AND THEN CLICK ON LOGIN/LOGOUT IN THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW TO LOGIN SELECT LOGIN IN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW. ENTER THE USER NAME AND PASSWORD. CLICK OK TO LOGIN

USERNAME AND PASSWORD SHOULD BE DEFINED UNDER SECURITY FUNCTION. THE PRIVILEGES OF THE USER DEPENDS ON THE USER GROUP IT BELONGS TO

TO LOGOUT SELECT LOGOUT IN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW. CLICK OK TO LOGOUT

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CHANGE PASSWORD

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CLICK ON CHANGE PASSWORD IN THE SYSTEM DROPDOWN MENU TO OPEN THE CHANGE PASS WORD WINDOW.

ENTER THE OLD PASSWORD

ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD ( UP TO 100 CHARACTERS) RE-ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD TO CONFIRM

CLICK OK TO CHANGE THE PASSWORD. CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING PASSWORD

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SECURITY

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

CLICK ON SYSTEM MENU IN THE PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR AND THEN CLICK ON SECURITY IN THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE SECURITY WINDOW

THE NUMBER OF GROUPS THAT CAN BE CREATED ARE 10. UP TO 50 USERS CAN BE DEFINED, SPREAD OVER THE 10 GROUPS.

GROUP TAB IN SECURITY WINDOW LIST THE GROUPS DEFINED IN THE SYSTEM.. USER COUNT INDICATES HOW MANY USERS ARE IN EACH GROUP. DESCRIPTION DESCRIBES THE TYPE OF GROUP

USER TAB IN SECURITY WINDOW SHOWS A LIST OF USERS DEFINED IN THE SYSTEM. GROUP COLUMN INDICATES, TO WHICH GROUP THE USER BELONGS TO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIBES THE TYPE OF USER.

ADD NEW GROUP TO THE SYSTEM. ADD NEW USER TO THE SYSTEM.
Remove

REMOVE USER OR GROUP FROM THE SYSTEM OPEN THE PROPERTIES WINDOW FOR SELECTED USER OR GROUP CLOSE THE SECURITY WINDOW

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SECURITY ADD GROUP

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TO PROTECT THE NETWORK AND NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS OR MODIFICATION, PRIVILEGES ARE ASSIGNED TO THE GROUPS RATHER THAN INDIVIDUAL USERS. A USER WILL HAVE THE PRIVILEGES ASSIGNED TO THE GROUP IT BELONGS TO. CLICK ON LIST MENU IN THE SECURITY WINDOW AND CLICK ON NEW GROUP OR CLICK ON NEW GROUP ICON IN THE TOOL BAR TO OPEN THE ADD GROUP WINDOW

ENTER THE NAME FOR THE NEW GROUP ENTER A DESCRIPTION FOR THE NEW GROUP (OPTIONAL)

IN THE SETTING AREA THERE ARE TWO TAB SELECTIONS. FUNCTION TAB ALLOWS SELECTION OF PNMS FUNCTIONS ASSIGNED TO THE GROUP NETWORK ELEMENT TAB DEFINES NETWORK ELEMENTS THAT CAN BE CONTROLLED BY THE GROUP ALL NETWORK ELEMENTS CAN BE MONITORED AND VIEWED REGARDLESS OF THE DEFINED PRIVILEGES. HOWEVER A GROUP WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CONTROL ANY NE THAT HAS NOT BEEN ASSIGNED TO IT. AFTER SELECTING THE PRIVILEGES AND PNMT SECURITY LEVEL CLICK ON ADD TO ADD THE NEW GROUP TO THE GROUP LIST. CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE ADD GROUP WINDOW THE PNMS ALSO HAVE THE PNMT FUNCTIONS IN BUILT . THE PNMT SECURITY LEVEL DEFINES THE PNMT ACCESS LEVEL. THERE ARE FIVE ACCESS LEVELS

SEE THE TABLES NEXT PAGE FOR DETAILS OF PNMS AND PNMT PRIVILEGES

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SECURITY PRIVILEGES
PNMT SECURITY LEVELS LEVEL ADMIN DESCRIPTION HIGHEST LEVEL OF PNMT USER PRIVILEGE. THE USER HAS ACCESS TO ALL PNMT CONTROLS AND CONFIGURATIONS USER CAN ONLY CONTROL THE REMOTE NEs NOT THE LOCAL USER CAN ONLY CONTROL THE LOCAL NEs, NOT THE REMOTE NEs OPERATOR PRIVILEGE. NO ACCESS TO CONFIGURATION ALL CONTROL FUNCTIONS ARE DISABLED EXIT SECURITY SETTING PNMS PROPERTIES-ALARM BUZZER PNMS PROPERTIES-AUTO TIME SETTING PNMS PROPERTIES-LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY EVENT LOG REGISTRATION NETWORK CONFIGURATION- EDIT NETWORK CONFIGURATION-UPDATE GROUP MAP EDIT FUNCTION PNMS PRIVILEGES ITEMS PURPOSE CLOSE THE PNMS APPLICATION

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ADD, EDIT AND REMOVE NEW GROUPS AND USERS SETTING OF BUZZER FUNCTION AUTO TIME SYNCHRONIZATION OF NES SAVING OF LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY SETTING EVENT LOG PROPERTIES ENABLES NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL UPDATE THE PNMS NETWORK CONFIGURATION ADD TEXT, LINES AND MAPS IN THE MAP AREA ADD NETWORK GROUPS IN THE PNMS REMOVE NETWORK GROUPS IN THE PNMS TRANSFER NE OR GROUPS IN THE GROUP TREE CLEAR CURRENT DATA IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW USE GROUP PROPERTIES GENERAL TAB USE GROUP PROPERTY TREE TAB USE PASOLINK PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TAB USE PASOLINK PROPERTY LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR TAB ALLOWS EVENT LOG SAVE FUNCTION ALLOWS ALARM HISTORY SAVE FUNCTION ALLOWS SUBNET NAME CHANGE ALLOWS REGION NAME CHANGE

REMOTE LOCAL USER MONITOR

SEE THE TABLE NEXT PAGE FOR PNMT PRIVILEGES FOR THE PNMT SECURITY LEVELS

ADD GROUP REMOVE GROUPS MOVE GROUP & NEs EVENT LOG CLEAR DATA GROUP PROPERTIES-GENERAL GROUP PROPERTIES-TREE NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES-MANAGEMENT NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTY-LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR EVENT LOG SAVE AS ALARM HISTORY SAVE AS SUBNET PROPERTY-GENERAL REGION PROPERTY- GENERAL

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PNMT SECURITY LEVELS & PRIVILEGES


Category MENU-SYSTEM DATE TIME ALARM BUZZER DOWNLOAD PMC PROGRAM FILE CONNECT (REMOTE LOGIN) MENU-CONFIGURATION FILE IDU DOWNLOAD FILE/ UPLOAD FILE UPDATE WS ALARM INHIBIT (OPTION) CH (LB1) / CH(LB2) CH (ALARM INHIBIT) MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MODE TX MUTE CW BER AIS SWITCH OVER (1+1) EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION FREQUENCY PLAN (CH) TX ATTENUATION BIT RATE FRAME ID BER THRESHOLD AIS RCVD ALARM ON/OFF AIS SEND ALARM ON/OFF SC4 AND SC5 PASOLINK NAME NOTE AUX I/O OPTO ITEM TYPE OPTO NAME RELAY NAME RELAY CONTROL PMON PMON THRESHOLD PMON DATA RESET SAVE TO DISK LOGGING PMC SAVE TO DISK RESET Item Monitor(0) User(1) Local(2) Remote(3)

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Admin(4)

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SECURITY ADD USER

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CLICK ON LIST MENU IN THE SECURITY WINDOW AND CLICK ON NEW USER OR CLICK ON NEW USER ICON IN THE TOOL BAR TO OPEN THE ADD USER WINDOW

ENTER THE USER NAME (UP TO 32 CHARACTERS) ENTER A DESCRIPTION FOR THE USER

ENTER THE PASSWORD FOR THIS USER (UP TO 100 CHARACTERS) CONFIRM THE PASSWORD BY RE-ENTERING

Add

CLICK THE ARROW IN THE GROUP FIELD AND FROM THE LIST OF AVAILABLE GROUPS SELECT THE GROUP WITH THE REQUIRED PRIVILEGES FOR THIS USER

AFTER ENTERING ALL THE FIELDS CLICK ON ADD TO ADD THE NEW USER TO THE USER LIST. CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE ADD USER WINDOW

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GROUP AND USER PROPERTIES

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

Remove

SELECT THE USER OR GROUP IN THE GROUP LIST OR USER LIST. CLICK ON PROPERTIES FROM THE LIST DROP DOWN MENU

OK

USER PROPERTIES AND GROUP PROPERTIES WINDOWS CAN BE USED TO EDIT A GROUP OR USER. AFTER EDITING CLICK ON OK TO CARRY OUT THE CHANGES.

OK

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PNMS PROPERTIES-ALARM BUZZER


CLICK ON PNMS PROPERTIES ON THE SYSTEM DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW. SELECT THE ALARM BUZZER TAB.

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01 SELECT WAVE FILE TO ENABLE THE BUZZER. THE BUZZER SOUND CAN BE CHANGED BY SELECTING A DIFFERENT WAV FILE. USE BROWSE TO LOCATE THE PATH TO THE WAV FILE. CLICK HERE TO TEST THE BUZZER SOUND

SELECT NO SOUND TO DISABLE THE BUZZER

SELECT BEEP TO ENABLE THE BUZZER WITH BEEP FREQUENCIES INSTEAD OF WAVE FILE SOUND

CLICK OK TO IMPLEMENT THE OPTIONS SELECTED OR CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING THE SETTINGS.

BEEP FREQUENCY CAN BE DEFINED BY CLICKING ON EDIT AND SELECTING THE FREQUENCY AND DURATION FOR EACH FREQUENCY. CLICK THE ARROW KEY TO ADD TO THE LIST. SEVERAL FREQUENCIES CAN BE ADDED TO THE BEEP SIGNAL. SELECTED FREQUENCIES CAN BE DELETED BY SELECTING THE FREQUENCY FROM THE LIST AND CLICKING ON THE DELETE SYMBOL.

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PNMS PROPERTIES
IN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW. SELECT THE LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY TAB.

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

DEFINES THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE PNMS WILL KEEP THE OLDEST DATA (1 90 DAYS) DEFINES AT WHAT TIME THE PNMS WILL COLLECT THE LINK PERFORMANCE DATA FROM THE SELECTED PASOLINKS. SET THE TIME IN HH.MM CLICK ON EQUIPMENT TYPE TO SELECT HE PASOLINK TYPE FROM A LIST. NETWORK ELEMENTS OF THE TYPE SELECTED AND THEIR IP ADDRESSES WILL BE SHOWN BELOW. EQUIPMENT TYPES THAT COULD BE SELECTED ARE: PASOLINK V3 PASOLINK PLUS STM-1 PASOLINK PLUS PDH PASOLINK S MIU FROM THE NE LIST OF NETWORK ELEMENTS SELECT ONE BY ONE AND FOR EACH NE DEFINE THE TYPE OF DATA TO BE COLLECTED. FROM THE COLLECT TYPE SELECTION BELOW. ITEMS SHOWN ON THE COLLECT TYPE FIELD DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT TYPE SELECTED BEFORE.

IN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW. SELECT THE AUTO SET DATE/TIME TAB.

SELECT ENABLE SET PMC DATE/TIME AUTOMATICALLY TO SYNCHRONIZE THE PMC DATE/TIME TO THE PNMS PC DATE/TIME. PNMS WILL SET THE PMC DAT/TIME AT THE TIME SET IN THE EXECUTE TIME FIELD. CLICK APPLY OR OK TO SET THE PARAMETERS.

CLICK OK OR APPLY BUTTON TO SET THE PARAMETERS.

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VIEW MENU - NETWORK ELEMENT LIST

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

CLICK NETWORK ELEMENT LIST ON THE VIEW DROP DOWN MENU TO DISPLAY THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW.

FILTER ICON NOT CONNECTED NE ALARMED NE NORMAL NE

NEs SHOWN IN THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST CAN BE FILTERED USING THE FILTER WINDOW. CLICK THE FILTER ICON ON THE TOOL BAR OR CLICK LIST >> FILTER

CLICK HERE TO SELECT OR DESELECT FILTER ITEMS

NETWORK ELEMENT LIST SHOW THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION NE NAME EQUIPMENT TYPE (PASO+, PASO V3, ETC..) OPPOSITE NE IN THE HOP NE ALM/NORMAL STATUS LINK PERFORMANCE ALM/NORMAL STATUS AUX I/O ALM /NORMAL STATUS NE IP ADDRESS ENTER THE FILTER PARAMETER OR CLICK THE ARROW TO SELECT THE NE MENU CAN BE PARAMETERS VIEWED BY CLICKING THE NETWORK ELEMENT MENU OR RIGHT CLICKING ON ANY NE IN THE LIST

CLICK OK TO DISPLAY THE FILTERED NE LIST

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NETWORK ELEMENT - PROPERTIES


MAP WINDOW

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01 PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR

THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO OPEN THE NE PROPERTIES WINDOW. RIGHT CLICK THE NE IN ANY WINDOW BELOW. FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT PROPERTIES CONNECTION TREE WINDOW GROUP TREE WINDOW MAP WINDOW NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW FIRST SELECT THE NE FROM THE TREE WINDOW OR MAP WINDOW. FROM THE MENU BAR OF PNMS WINDOW CLICK NETWORK ELEMENTS . FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU SELECT PROPERTIES

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NETWORK ELEMENT -PROPERTIES


GENERAL TAB MANAGEMENT TAB

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LINK PERFORMANCE TAB

MANAGEMENT TAB DEFINES WHETHER THE SELECTED NETWORK ELEMENT IS POLLED BY THE PNMS OR NOT. THIS ALLOWS THE OPERATOR TO UNMANAGED NETWORK ELEMENTS THAT ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE IN THE RADIO NETWORK THEREBY MINIMIZING UNWANTED POLLS FORM THE PNMS. IT IS ALSO ADVISABLE TO UNMANAGED NEs THAT ARE CURRENTLY BEING SERVICED AND ARE THEREFORE OFFLINE. WHEN MANAGED IS SELECTED PNMS WILL POLL THE SELECTED NE.

LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR TAB DEFINES WHAT TYPE OF DATA TO COLLECTED FORM THE SELECTED NE. DAILY LINK PERFORMANCE DATA ARE COLLECTED BY THE PM CARD EVERY 15MIN THROUGH OUT THE DAY AND ARE STORED IN THE PNMS WEEKLY SUMMARY LINK PERFORMANCE OF EACH DAY IN THE WEEK IS COLLECTED BY THE PM CARD AND STORED IN THE PNMS.

FOLLOWING FIELDS IN THE GENERAL TAB ARE FOR MONITORING PURPOSE ONLY AND CANNOT BE MODIFIED IN THIS WINDOW NETWORK ELEMENT NAME SHOWN IN THE GROUP VIEW.. THIS IS DEFINED IN THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL OR FROM THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW EQUIPMENT SETUP IP ADDRESS OF THE NETWORK ELEMENT, ASSIGNED FROM THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL NOTE (OPTION) DESCRIBING THE NETWORK ELEMENT. ENTERED FROM THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL OR FROM THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW EQUIPMENT SETUP.

WHEN UNMANAGED IS SELECTED THE PNMS WILL NOT POLL THE SELECTED NE. THE NE ICON IN THE TREE WINDOW AND MAP WINDOW WILL CHANGE ITS COLOR TO BLACK BACKGROUND

AFTER CHECKING / CHANGING THE NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES CLICK OK OR APPLY TO IMPLEMENT THEM OR CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITH OUT CHANGING.

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NETWORK ELEMENT LINK SUMMARY


MAP WINDOW

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01 PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR

THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO OPEN THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW. RIGHT CLICK THE NE IN ANY OF THE WINDOWS BELOW . FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT LINK SUMMARY CONNECTION TREE WINDOW GROUP TREE WINDOW MAP WINDOW NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW FIRST SELECT THE NE IN THE TREE WINDOW OR MAP WINDOW. FROM THE MENU BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW OR NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW CLICK NETWORK ELEMENTS . FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU SELECT LINK SUMMARY THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW IS SAME AS THE PNMT WINDOW EXCEPT FOR THE MENU BAR ITEMS. SEE THE PNMT MANUAL FOR DETAILS.

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EVENT LOG MENU


CLICK THE CLEAR DISPLAY DATA TO CLEAR THE DATA IN THE PNMS EVENT LOG DISPLAY

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

DATA BROWSER MENU CAN OPEN EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW OR ALARM HISTORY WINDOW

EVENT LOG-PROPERTIES WINDOW SET THE AUTO SAVE FUNCTION. THE STORE MAX SETS THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE EVENT LOG DATA ARE TO BE KEPT IN THE PNMS PC (RANGE 1 90 DAYS)

WHEN SAVE AUTOMATICALLY FUNCTION IS DESELECTED, THE NETWORK EVENTS ARE DISPLAY IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW BUT DOES NOT SAVE THEM. THEREFORE CANNOT BE VIEWED FROM THE ALARM/EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOWS

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EVENT LOG HISTORY

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

WHEN EVENT LOG PROPERTIES IS SET TO SAVE AUTOMATICALLY, PNMS SAVE THE NETWORK EVENTS IN A HISTORY FILE. THERE IS ONE FILE FOR EACH DAY. PNMS PC WILL KEEP THESE FILES FOR THE NUMBER OF DAYS SET IN STORE MAX FIELD (1 90 DAYS). EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW DISPLAY THE PAST EVENTS OF THE PASOLINK NETWORK. WHEN THE WINDOW IS FIRST OPENED IT DISPLAY THE CURRENT DAYS HISTORY FILE.

TO VIEW THE OTHER FILES SELECT PREVIOUS FILE / NEXT FILE FROM THE FILE MENU OR CLICK THE PREVIOUS FILE/NEXT FILE ICONS IN THE TOOLBAR. THE FILES ARE NAMED AS YYYYMMDD-1 THE EVENTS LOGGED ARE DISPLAYED IN PAGES EACH PAGE SHOWING 300 EVENTS. TO VIEW OTHER PAGES SELECT PREVIOUS PAGE / NEXT PAGE FROM THE VIEW MENU OR CLICK THE PREVIOUS PAGE / NEXT PAGE ICON ON THE TOOL BAR.

FILE

VIEW

FILTER ALL EVENTS PREVIOUS PAGE NEXT PAGE

OPEN EVENT LOG FILTER WINDOW TO SHOW ALL EVENTS AFTER A FILTERED EVENT DISPLAY WHEN EVENTS ARE SHOWN ON MULTIPLE PAGES -SHOW THE PREVIOUS PAGE WHEN EVENTS ARE SHOWN ON MULTIPLE PAGES -SHOW THE NEXT PAGE

OPEN SAVE AS PRINT RELOAD PREVIOUS FILE NEXT FILE CLOSE

OPEN EVENT LOG FILE - SELECT THE PATH TO THE LOG FILE FROM THE OPEN FILE WINDOW SAVE THE EVENT LOG FILE DISPLAYED IN THE WINDOW- INDICATE THE LOCATION FOR THE FILE TO BE SAVED PRINT THE EVENT LOG FILE DISPLAYED IN THE WINDOW WHEN CURRENT EVENT LOG HISTORY FILE IS VIEWED, RELOAD THE LATEST EVENTS DISPLAY THE PREVIOUS FILE SAVED IN THE PNMS- LOG FOLDER DISPLAY THE NEXT FILE SAVED IN THE PNMS- LOG FOLDER CLOSE THE EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW

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ALARM HISTORY-FILTER WINDOW


ALARM HISTORY WINDOW DISPLAY ONLY THE ALARM EVENTS FROM THE EVENT LOG. THE MENU BAR AND ICON BAR ITEMS ARE SAME AS THE EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW CLICK THE VIEW- FILTER OR FILTER ICON TO OPEN THE FILTER WINDOW TO SET THE FILTER CONDITIONS.

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

CLICK THE VIEW >>ALL EVENTS MENU OR ALL EVENTS TOOL BAR ICON TO DISPLAY ALL ALARMS FROM A FILTERED ALARM HISTORY DISPLAY

START TIME, VIEW FROM AND VIEW THROUGH PARAMETERS DEFINE THE TIME PERIOD BETWEEN WHICH THE ALARMS HAD OCCURRED.

END TIME, VIEW FROM AND VIEW THROUGH PARAMETERS DEFINE THE TIME PERIOD BETWEEN WHICH THE ALARMS HAD CLEARED. ALARM DISPLAY WILL SHOW ALARMS THAT SATISFY BOTH CONDITIONS.

FURTHER FILTERING CAN BE CARRIED OUT BY SELECTING THE NETWORK ELEMENT NAME AND ALARM ITEM

AFTER SELECTING THE FILTER CONDITIONS CLICK OK.

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Filtering Function
T1 T2 T3 T4 T1 T2
B

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T3 T4

H
Start T1 through T2 and Start T1 through T2 and Start T1 and End T3 End T3 through T4 End T3 through T4

Start T1 through T2

End T3 through T4

Start T1 End T3

Start T1

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

A B C D E F G H

ON

OFF

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NETWORK CONFIGURATION

NECITR-YTC ART-SEP/02 V01

IN THE NMS THE NETWORK IS FIRST DESIGNED AND CONFIGURED IN THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL. THIS CONFIGURATION FILE SHOULD BE LOADED TO THE PNMS FOR THE PNMS TO POLL AND MONITOR THE NETWORK. WHEN NEW NE IS ADDED OR MODIFICATION TO THE EXISTING NETWORK IS CARRIED OUT A NEW CONFIGURATION FILE IS CREATED. IN THIS CASE THE PNMS CONFIGURATION FILE SHOULD BE UPDATED TO REFLECT THE CHANGES MADE TO THE NETWORK.

CLICK THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION MENU IN THE PNMS MENU BAR. SELECT EDIT FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL. USE THIS TOOL TO CONFIGURE THE NETWORK. (FOR DETAILS SEE THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL MANUAL)

CLICK THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION MENU IN THE PNMS MENU BAR. SELECT UPDATE FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN THE UPDATE NETWORK CONFIGURATION WIZARD.

UPDATE NETWORK CONFIGURATION WIZARD IS USED TO UPDATE THE CONFIGURATION IN THE PNMS WHEN CHANGES TO THE NETWORK IS MADE IN THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL.

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PNMS ERROR MESSAGES


ERROR MESSAGE DIALUP ENTRY [%S] NOT FOUND SOME *.DLL FILES ARE CORRUPTED OR MISSING . CLOSING PNMS FAILED TO INITIALIZE PNMS LOGIN FAILURE, PLEASE CHECK USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND TRY AGAIN THE NEW AND CONFIRMED PASSWORDS DO NOT MATCH. PLEASE TRY AGAIN. THE OLD PASSWORD DOES NOT MATCH WITH THE CURRENT PASSWORD, PLEASE TRY AGAIN CAUSE THE CONFIGURED DIALUP USED BY PNMS DOES NOT EXIST IN WINDOWS BT SOME *.DLL FILES USED BY THE PNMS ARE CORRUPTED OR CANNOT BE LOCATED THE PNMS ENCOUNTERED SOME FAILURE DURING STARTUP WRONG USER NAME OR PASSWORD ENTERED DURING LOGIN THE NEW PASSWORD DOES NOT MATCH THE CONFIRMED PASSWORD. THIS ERROR OCCURS WHEN CHANGING THE CURRENT PASSWORD. WHEN CHANGING PASSWORD THE USER IS REQUIRED TO ENTER THE CURRENT PASSWORD USED IN THE OLD PASSWORD FIELD. THIS ERROR APPEARS IF THE PASSWORD SUPPLIED IS INCORRECT THE NUMERIC VALUE ENTERED FOR STORE MAX IS OUT OF RANGE THE ADDED GROUP DOES NOT HAVE A VALID NAME AN ILLEGAL CHARACTER WAS USED IN THE FIELD THE NUMERIC VALUE ENTERED FOR WIDTH IS OUT OF RANGE THE NUMERIC VALUE ENTERED FOR LINE WIDTH IS OUT OF RANGE THE FILE THAT WAS BEING UPLOADED WAS NOT FOUND IN THE PMC OR IN THE PNMS PC THE DIALUP SUPPLIED TO THE PNMS DOES NOT EXIST OR IS INCORRECT THE DIALUP SPECIFIED TO BE USED BY THE NEW GROUP IS ALREADY USED BY ANOTHER GROUP UNABLE TO READ THE FILE BEING DOWNLOADED OR UPLOADED TROUBLE SHOOTING

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MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE CREATED THE DIALUP ENTRY IN THE WINDOWS ENVIRONMENT RE-INSTALL THE PNMS SOFTWARE OR REPAIR THE CURRENT PNMS RESTART THE PNMS APPLICATION. IF THE ERROR STILL EXISTS, RE-INSTALL OR REPAIR THE PNMS SOFTWARE CHECK THE USER NAME AND PASSWORD AND TRY LOGIN AGAIN CHECK THAT THE PASSWORDS ENTERED ON THE TWO FIELDS ARE THE SAME MAKE SURE THAT THE PASSWORD ENTERED IN THE OLD PASSWORD FIELD MATCHED THE CURRENT PASSWORD

STORE MAX IS OUT OF RANGE. PLEASE USE NUMERIC VALUE FROM 1 TO 90. NO NAME ENTERED. PLEASE ENTER GROUP NAME. ILLEGAL CHARACTER USED , WIDTH IS OUT OF RANGE. PLEASE USE NUMERIC VALUE FROM 100 TO 9999 LINE WIDTH IS OUT OF RANGE. PLEASE USE NUMERIC VALUE FROM 1 TO 20 FILE NOT FOUND DIALUP NAME IS INCORRECT DIALUP NAME %S IS ALREADY IN USE. PLEASE ENTER A NEW DIALUP NAME FILE ERROR : UNABLE TO READ FROM FILE.

STORE MAX CAN HAVE A NUMERICAL VALUE FROM 1 TO 90. MAKE SURE THE VALUE ENTERED IS WITHIN THIS RANGE ENTER A VALID NAME FOR THE GROUP DO NOT USE SPECIAL CHARACTERS WIDTH CAN HAVE A NUMERICAL VALUE FROM 100 TO 9999. MAKE SURE THE VALUE ENTERED IS WITHIN THIS RANGE LINE WIDTH CAN HAVE A NUMERICAL VALUE FROM 1 TO 20. MAKE SURE THE VALUE ENTERED IS WITHIN THIS RANGE MAKE SURE THAT THE FILE BEING DOWNLOADED OR UPLOADED EXISTS OR IS NOT CORRUPTED MAKE SURE THAT THE DIALUP ENTRY SPECIFIED IS IN THE WINDOWS ENVIRONMENT USE ANOTHER DIAL UP ENTRY. ONE DIALUP ENTRY IS REQUIRED FOR EACH CPMC MAKE SURE THAT THE FILE BEING DOWNLOADED OR UPLOADED EXIST OR IS NOT CORRUPTED

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Additional Training Materials

NEC International Training, Ltd. Japan

ATPC Operation
-65dBm

Transducer
43dB Variable Attenuator

Transducer

+18dBm

ODU
Attenuator (20dB)

ODU
Attenuator (20dB)

IDU
RX Threshold = -55dBm

IDU

RX Level

-50dBm

-55dBm

ATPC Operation Starts

-65dBm

ATPC Operation Stops

TX Level

+18dBm

-5dBm

ATPC Operation Starts

ATPC Operation Stops

Network Address Default Sub Net Mask Sub Net Mask

172 255 255

18 255 255

0 0 255 Sub Net Add. 10 Bits

0
1st Sub Net

172

18

1 First Host 171.18.0.1 Last Host 172.18.0.62

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 192 Host 6 Bits

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

172 2nd Sub Net

18

65 First Host 171.18.0.65 Last Host 172.18.0.126

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Network Address

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

172 3rd Sub Net

18

129 First Host 171.18.0.129 Last Host 172.18.0.190

Sub Net Address

255

255

254
3 Bits

0 Host

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

Network Address 10 Bits


Finally the available number of Subnets are 23 = 8

4th Sub Net

6 Bits
Available number of Hosts are 26 -2 = 62

172

18

193 First Host 171.18.0.193 Last Host 172.18.0.254

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

172.18.0.1

172.18.0.16

172.18.10.7

1st Sub Net

172.18.0.30

172.18.0.65 2nd Sub Net

172.18.0.74

172.18.0.129 3rd Sub Net

172.18.0.193 4th Sub Net

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Subnetting

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Subnetting

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Mixed Configuration File Download

pp_mib pp_Network

Pasolink +

Network System

Pasolink (V3)

pp_mib pp_Network

Pasolink +

Network

Ppp

System

Paso-S

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Connection Using Router (Pasolink)


STATIC ROUTING TABLE

192.18.10.252

6 MAIN 3

192.18.1.9

PNMS

192.18.10.250

Pasolink V3
IF IN/OUT CH1 TRAFFIC IN CH1 TRAFFIC OUT CH2 CH3 CH4 RS232 TRAFFIC IN/OUT 120 ALM AUX ALM OW/DSC/ASC NMS/RA LA PORT FUSE (1.5A) OFF LINE IN ERR MON EOW CALL CH2 CH3 CH4 RESET PWR MAINT ODU IDU

192.18.1.10

Port IP Assignment

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Performance / Events Data Management


Event Log File
Page n

Create One Event File per day, if the number of events per day is more than 300, will open another page under the same file.

Page 3 Page 2 Page 1 (300 Events)

Day #90

PNMS

Day #1

Latest 1
Event Log File

Event Log File

Day #90

Day 1 20020911

If the link between IDU and the PNMS is broken the events occoured during the down time will not be available in the PNMS

Day 1 20020911

Oldest 300

Day #1

Event Log File Day 1 20020911

Performance History is saved in the IDU daily (maximum of 7 days). PNMS retreive this performance data at a preset time once per day.

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Day #1

Events Status Change Alarm Occurrence Alarm Recovery Controls Parameter Change

Link Performance ES SES UAS BBE OFS

IDU (PM Card)


Day #7

PM Card Performance Data Check using PNMT

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USER PREVILAGES FOR PASOLINK PLUS SYSTEM


Category
SYSTEM PROVISIONING MTPC

ITEM
ALARM BUZZER CONNECT(Remote Login) MTPC TX POWER RX THRESHOLD LEVEL ADDITIONAL ATT ATPC ATPC MAXIMUM ATPC MINIMUM RX THRESHOLD LEVEL ADDITIONAL ATT TX POWER CONTROL on ALM BER ALM THRESHLD(RADIO) BER ALM THRESHLD(DMR) BER ALM THRESHLD(MUX) MAIN INTFC ODU CPU ALM MODE HIGH BER(RADIO) THRESHOLD RX SWITCH(RADIO) THRESHOLD E-BER(DMR) THRESHOLD SD(DMR) THRESHOLD E-BER(MUX) THRESHOLD SD(MUX) THRESHOLD MAIN OUTPUT CONTROL ALS ALS DELAY TIME SUB BASEBAND INTERFACE OH ASSIGNMENT SUB INTFC WS INTFC WS LINE LENGTH ASSIGNMENT CHANNEL USAGE

Monitor

User
O

Local
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

Remote
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

Admin
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

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V11-? DIRECTIONAL SETTING MAINTENANCE MAINT TX/RX FREQUENCY TX SWITCH TX MUTE IF LOOPBACK MAIN SIGNAL LOOPBACK-1 MAIN SIGNAL LOOPBACK-2 CW ALS RESTART ATPC MANUAL CONTROL RX SWITCH EQUIPMENT SETUP EQUIPMENT SETUP NE NAME NOTE AUX I/O INPUT OUTPUT RELAY CONFIGURATION PMON EVENT LOG CTRL CONTROL DOWNLOAD UPLOAD CPU RESET PMON Threshold Save to disk Save to disk DATE/TIME CONFIGURATION FILE PROGRAM FILE CONFIGURATION FILE RESET O O O O O O O O

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

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PNMS #1

Hub

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