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README File

Last Minute - Information of Local Maintenance Terminal, Build 563

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Part 1 2 3 Title LMT Installation LMT ODBC Database Support Others

Part 1: LMT - Installation Instructions


The software for the Marconi LMT operator terminal is installed by means of a process activated by calling up the SETUP.EXE file (under Windows) contained on the first installation disk. The installation is divided up into two logic steps: - Step 1: - Step 2: performance data. Installation of the Local Maintenance Terminal Installation of the ODBC database support for measuring and monitoring

In the course of the installation, installation files required for controlling the installation process are temporarily installed on the Windows drive. These files are deleted again on termination of the installation.

Part 2: LMT ODBC Database Support


The LMT ODBC database driver support for MS Access is installed for measuring and monitoring the performance data of the network element. Up to now no file data source are supported as ODBC data sources.

Part 3: Others
Password The default password for the Operator Terminal is: lmt PCs with monochrome monitor or display Alarms are now displayed as red LEDs by default (not as checkboxes). On monochrome monitores and displays the colour red (LED on) can't be distinguished hardly from grey (LED off). You can switch back to the (old) "Checkbox" display by modifying of one entry in the LMT32.INI file. [Alarms] ShowAlarmAsCheckBox=0 modify to [Alarms] ShowAlarmAsCheckBox=1 After restart all alarms will be displayed as "checkboxes". Adjustments in the MECAPS.INI file [ALARMS] AlarmeTrotzWartung=1 ;The alarm LEDs are active even when the corresponding alarms have been disabled or the functional unit is in the maintenance mode.

AlarmeInSoll=1 ;Alarms are displayed even in the nominal display mode. ReadOnlyNachSollKopieren=1 ;In case of modifications, the "Cross-Connections" attribute is adopted automatically in the nominal display mode. [MSP] Implemented=1 ;The display of the Multiplex Section Protection in the LMT can be suppressed by the entry Implemented=0 . This is useful when all present Network elements do not support this feature. In the signal structure window (tree) the category "Multiplex Section Protection" won't be displayed.

LMT and Modular Service PC (MSP) The LMT can be operated as an MSP equipment application. Two modification must be performed in the 'sisa.ini' file (usually in directory \sisa\bin) of the MSP (usually contained in the \sisa\bin directory) to operate the LMT as an equipment application for the BOSCH LXC. The following entry must be made under the [BOSCH] key (Example): [BOSCH] 4020=MS 1/4,<Drive>:\<Path>\lmt32.exe On detection that the link to the NE is set up via the MSP, the LMT loads all data. This is different to the previous versions of the LMT. The behaviour can be modified by making an entry in the 'uae.ini' file (usually contained in the installation directory). The necessary 'MSPUpload' entry can be made under the [Preferences] key. Each non-0 value indicates that all data will be loaded. On entry MSPUpload=0 only certain data are loaded (Example: For the TTF-N, SPB-1, LOI2MNT and HOA functional groups, only alarms and alarm disabling data are loaded) [Preferences] MSPUpload=1 Time Zone Usually the program uses the timezone set in the operating system. This behaviour can be modified by making an entry TZ=xxx under the [Preferences] key in the 'uae.ini' file. Example: [Preferences] TZ=GMT0 Copyright Marconi Communications Ltd., 2002