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Multi-Service Fiber Optical Multiplexer

LightSmart -PE150E Users Manual

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Table of Contents
CHAPTER I 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................1

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................................1 APPLICATION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................1 PRODUCT FEATURES........................................................................................................2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................................................3 INSTALLATION GUIDE ............................................................................6

CHAPTER II 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5

UNPACKING .....................................................................................................................6 SITE REQUIREMENT ........................................................................................................6 SITE SELECTION ..............................................................................................................7 DC ELECTRICAL OUTLET CONNECTION ..........................................................................7 LASER SAFETY ................................................................................................................7 PANEL DESCRIPTION .............................................................................8

CHAPTER III

3-1 FRONT PANEL ..................................................................................................................8 3-2 REAR PANEL....................................................................................................................9 CHAPTER IV SYSTEM OPERATION INSTRUCTION...............................................12

4-1 VT-100 OPERATION ......................................................................................................12 4-1-1 Startup Loading / Booting and Login Screen..........................................................13 4-1-2 Main Menu ...........................................................................................................15 4-1-3 System Configuration...........................................................................................16 4-1-3.1 System Information Configuration ..................................................................17 4-1-3.2 Device Networking Configuration...................................................................18 4-1-3.3 User Account Management..............................................................................19 4-1-3.4 SNMP Agent Configuration.............................................................................21 4-1-3.5 Software Upgrade Configuration.....................................................................22 4-1-3.6 Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation ........................................................24 4-1-3.7 Network Time Synchronization .......................................................................28 4-1-3.8 Scheduling Job Management ...........................................................................30 4-1-3.9 Networking Service Management....................................................................32 4-1-3.10 Network TroubleShooting Operation.............................................................33 4-1-3.11 LCD Login Configuration..............................................................................35 4-1-3.12 Event Management ........................................................................................36 4-1-3.13 System Profile Management ..........................................................................39 4-1-3.14 Configuration File Management ....................................................................41 4-1-3.15 Terminal File Transfer Operation...................................................................45 4-1-4 Tributary Slot Interface Selection ........................................................................46
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4-1-4.1 E1 Interface Configuration.............................................................................. 47 4-1-4.2 V.35/X.21/RS530 Interface Configuration ...................................................... 49 4-1-4.3 FXO/FXS Interface Configuration.................................................................. 51 4-1-4.4 T1 Interface Configuration.............................................................................. 52 4-1-4.5 RS232 Interface Configuration ....................................................................... 53 4-1-4.6 Tributary TSA Configuration .......................................................................... 54 4-1-5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration ...................................................... 62 4-1-6 Trunk Ethernet Configuration Selection.............................................................. 64 4-1-6.1 Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config...................................................... 65 4-1-6.2 Trunk Ethernet Parameters Config .................................................................. 66 4-1-6.3 Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration ......................................................... 67 4-1-6.4 Trunk Ethernet Port VLAN Config ................................................................. 68 4-1-6.5 Trunk Ethernet QoS Port Config ..................................................................... 69 4-1-6.6 Trunk Ethernet VLAN Table Config Management ......................................... 70 4-1-6.7 Trunk Ethernet QoS Schedule Config ............................................................. 71 4-1-6.8 Trunk Ethernet QoS Tag Priority Config......................................................... 72 4-1-6.9 Trunk Ethernet Tag Mark/Remark Config ...................................................... 73 4-1-7 Data Port Parameters Configuration ................................................................. 74 4-1-8 Performance Management Threshold Configuration.......................................... 75 4-1-8.1 Dsx1 Interface Threshold Setting.................................................................... 76 4-1-8.2 Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting............................................................ 78 4-1-9 Fault Management Parameters Configuration ................................................... 79 4-1-9.1 Alarm Severity Config .................................................................................... 80 4-1-9.2 Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config.................................................. 81 4-1-10 OE Protection Switching ................................................................................... 82 4-1-11 Equipment Status Monitoring ............................................................................ 84 4-1-12 Performance Monitoring................................................................................... 87 4-1-12.1 Aggregate/Dsx1 Performance Monitoring .................................................... 88 4-1-12.2 Trunk Ethernet Performance Monitoring ...................................................... 90 4-1-13 Path Alarm/State Monitoring ............................................................................ 91 4-1-14 Loopback/V.54 Testing....................................................................................... 92 4-1-15 PRBS Test .......................................................................................................... 96 4-1-16 Event Browsing.................................................................................................. 99 4-2 LCD OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................ 100 4-2-1 LCD Menu Tree ................................................................................................. 101 4-3 WEB OPERATING INTERFACE ...................................................................................... 105 4-4 TELNET OPERATING .................................................................................................... 108 APPENDIX ........................................................................................................................... 109 A-1 CARFT & EXTERNAL ALARM PORTS PIN ASSIGNMENT .............................................. 109
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A-2 PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR TRIBUTARY T1 PAD .................................................................. 110 A-3 DB25 PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR TRIBUTARY T1 LINE CONNECTION ................................ 111 A-4 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ........................................................................................ 112

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Chapter I
1-1 Product Description

Introduction

The LightSmart-PE150E is a powerful Fiber Optical multiplexer which can aggregate various of services into a pair of fiber. It supports E1, T1, V.35, RS232, FXO/FXS and a built in four 10/100M Ethernet port. It supports the 1+1 hot-swappable optical protection. The LightSmart-PE150E can be managed through SNMP, Web Interface, VT100 craft port or LCD/menu keys. It also supports external alarm function for alarm input monitor purpose. It is 1U, 19 rack mountable or desktop type model. The LightSmart-PE150E provides local/remote loopback functions for optical and E1interfaces. It is very convenient for network testing and maintenance. Embedded operation channel (EOC) is built between local and remote sides for system configuration, testing, performance and alarm monitoring of each E1 channel and optical link. For performance monitoring, the LightSmart-PE150E also provides BPV and CRC error count for each E1 electrical link and parity error count for optical link.

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Application Diagram

BSC(2G)/ BNC(3G)

2G/3G Base Station

SDH Core Switch


Ethernet

E1 E1 E1

PBX Enterprise LAN

PSTN

E1

E1

Ethernet

V.35

V.35

Router

LightSmart-PE150E

LightSmart-PE150E

Router

CO.

CPE.

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Product Features
Channel interface: 4E1, 8E1, 12E1, 16E1, 4T1, 8T1, 12T1, 16T1, 4V.35, 4*RS232, FXO/FXS, 4*10/100Base-T Ethernet ports Optical moduleAuto Laser shutdownALS, hot swappable 1+1 -5 protection(Signal Failure or BER10 ) Alarm relay contactmajor and minor alarms (audible and visible alarm output) External Alarm input Support SNMP function, HTTP / FTP / TFTP remote software upgradeable Support the TELNET function to configure and monitor local and remote devices through the TCP/IP network. Provides the parity error count for optical interface performance monitoring Configurations can have backup in nonvolatile memory. Configuration file upload / download. Aggregated ethernet throughput up to 100Mbps. Provides the optical line local loopback and remote loopback function. Provides E1 to V.35 cross connections. Low speed (E1, V.35) Local and remote loopback function Management interfaceLCD / keys button, VT100 (DB9), RJ45 (for SNMP or Web Interface) OE module: Class 1 Laser product. Safety Standard IEC 825 compliant

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Technical Specifications

E1 Interface card Channel Capacity4E1 Bit Rate2.048Mbps 50ppm Compliance standard: ITUG.703 Line CodeHDB3 / AMI Electrical InterfaceCompliant with international standards ITU-T G.703 Jitter ToleranceCompliant with ITU-T G.823 Jitter TransferCompliant with ITU-T G.742 Line impedance75(Unbalanced) or 120(Balanced)

V.35 Interface card Data raten*64K, n=1~32 (64~2048kb/s) Clock modeInternal, External DTE, Recovery. Control signalCTS follows RTS, DSR always ON except at test loop mode, DCD always ON except at fiber loss of signal condition. Loop-backlocal loop back, remote loop back, V.54 ConnectorM34 Female on board

RS232 Interface card (DCE) Channel Capacity4 RS232 Bit RateUP to 115200 bps
TXD/RXD DTR/DSR RTS/CTS DCD/RI 1.536Mbit/s 128Kbit/s 128Kbit/s 64Kbit/s

Support Local loopback Support Remote loopback

T1 Interface card Channel Capacity: 4/8/12/16 channels Bit Rate: 1.544Mbps50ppm Line Code: B8ZS / AMI Frame Format: Frame or Unframed Electrical Interface: Compliant with international standards ITU-T G.703 Jitter Tolerance: Compliant with ITU-T G.824 Jitter Transfer: Compliant with ITU-T G.824 Line impedance: 100DB25 Wire Wrap, RJ45 Surge protection: Compliance with (or better than) IEC 1000-4-5 class 2 or FCC part 68 Line buildout: 5 segments LBO1:0~133feet / LBO2:133~266feet / LBO3:266~399feet LBO4:399~533feet / BO5:533~655feet

FXO/FXS Interface card Voice channel transparent to meet T.38 and Group III Fax relay at 2.4~14.4kbps Fax application Support modem pass-through for Internet application. Comply with G.711 A-law. FXO unit: connected to a central office or PBX FXS unit: connected to customers telephone. Distance / bandwidth: 300m / 64K voice channel. Connector: RJ11*4 (4 voice channel / Per unit)

Optical Interface Optical SourceMLM 1310/1550nm Wavelength1310/1550 50nm System Gain1930dB Fiber connector typesSC,FC type Bi-directional Fiber Optical Module (Option) 1+1 hot-swappable optical protection

10/100M Ethernet Interface ComplianceIEEE 802.3/802.3u Configuration modes10/100M, full/half-duplex, auto-negotiation and auto MDI/MDIX. Maximum packet length 1536/1522 Bytes. Frame buffer329 frames, IEEE 802.3X standard. MAC Table1024-entry MAC address mapping table. Connector: RJ-45 Throughput 100Mbps(4 Ports Shared) Support Port Base VLAN, Tag Based VLAN 802.1Q Support defining QoS in each port and Support 802.1p QoS Physical Specifications Alarm contact4 relay contacts (DB-9 connector) External Alarm: (DB-9 connector) input voltage: 0~60VDC, input current: 1~5mA Operate condition050, 5%95% without condensing EMIComply with CISPR 22 class A (EN55022), FCC part 15 class A subpart B. MTBF48,000 hours minimum Working Environment Temperature5 to 40 Relative Humidity85% at 30 Power Supply AC90240 V (47Hz63Hz) DC-36-72 V Power consumption 30W maximum With power redundancy for protection (Optional) Dimension W * D * H440 x 255 x 44.5 mm

Chapter II

Installation Guide

This chapter provides the information needed to install LightSmart-PE150E. It is important to follow the installation instruction to ensure normal operation of the system and to prevent damages due to human error. Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install or replace this equipment.

2-1

Unpacking
If there is a possibility for future relocation of the LightSmart-PE150E

system, please save the cartons and protection packaging material. The following items are shipped with your LightSmart-PE150E One LightSmart-PE150E users manual CD, AC power cord and DB9 cable. One (or numerous units of) LightSmart-PE150E chassis system Please carefully unpack and inspect the unit and accessories for potentially damaged and missing parts. Contact our nearest sales representative or our company directly if you suspect any damaged or missing parts. Improper handling during shipment may cause early failure.

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Site Requirement

The F.C.C. requires telecommunication equipment to withstand electrical surge that may result from lighting strikes. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the F.C.C. requirement. Users should follow the precautions below to insure the safety and minimize the risk of damage to the equipment Make sure that the power outlet is properly grounded. Proper grounding should include a minimum of 1)A grounded rod buried outside the building at least 8 feet (2.44 meters) deep.
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Site Selection

The LightSmart-PE150E to allow easy access to the equipment, leave at least 36 inches (90 cm) clearance in the front and at least 4 inches (10.2 cm) at the rear. To avoid overheating, leave at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) on either side of LightSmart-PE150E. Also, do not stack other equipment on top of LightSmart-PE150E.

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DC Electrical Outlet Connection

For safety and to prevent damages to LightSmart-PE150E, make sure that the power requirement matches those of your electric outlets. Connect power to LightSmart-PE150E and power on the equipment.

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Laser Safety

Radiation emitted by laser devices can be dangerous to human eyes. Avoid eye exposure to direct or indirect radiation.

Chapter III
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OE 1
LSR ON WK LOS LSR ON

Panel Description

Front Panel
OE 2
WK LOS

MAJ MIN LBK RDI LAN1 LAN2 LAN3 LAN4 MGMT

PWR LCK PORTS ACO 1 2 3 4

E1/V35 1 2 3 4

Tx

Rx

Tx

Rx

LOS/LOF/AIS

CRAFT

RST

(1) OE Module LSRON LED Yellow light when the laser is on LOS LED Red light when the laser is loss of signal WK LED Working path indicator RX Optical Receiver Port TX Optical Transmitter Port (2) LAN1/2/3/4 port : 100M full rate for each port (3) Mgmt Port RJ-45 connector to SNMP management system (4) MAJ LED Red light when there is a Major Alarm present (5) MIN LED Yellow LED lights when there is a Minor Alarm present (6) LBK LEDYellow LED lights when there is a loopback function presents. (7) RDI LED Remote Defect Indication; Indicates a failure in the remote terminal (8) PWR LEDGreen LED lights when power module active. (9) LCK LEDOptical link Lock; The optical is locked when optical is switched to protect line 6 times within 10 minutes (10) ACO LEDAlarm Cut Off function indicator (11) ACO Button: Alarm Cut Off; Yellow light when the ACO button is pressed to manually disable the audible alarm when a problem occurs. If any newer alarm is reported after the ACO button has been pressed, the external alarm will activate again. (12) Craft Port For VT-100 screen setup using. (13) RST Button Restart the system (14) Button LCD control key buttons for the configuration of the LightSmart-PE150E

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Rear Panel
ALARM

FGND RTN 48V

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB4

Anyone tributary card


AC 110~220V
EXT_ALM

Anyone tributary card

Anyone tributary card

Anyone tributary card

Power Switches: On/Off switch for LightSmart-PE150E LightSmart-PE150E provides three kinds of tributary interfaces card and different power supply combinations with the DC/AC power supply.

(a) E1 tributary card There are two types of E1 cards for selection: 75or 120. E1_75 One DB-25 pins female connector for input/output of 4 channels E1 signal.

E1_75

E1_120Four RJ45 interface for input/output of 4 channels E1 signal.

E1_120 CH4 CH3 CH2 CH1

12345678
45 ping is output , 12 ping is input

(b) T1U tributary card One DB-25 pins female connector for input/output of 4 channels T1 signal 100.

T1U

(c) 4V35 tributary card 4*V35 card, HD68 to 4*M34 Connectors to V.35 interface.

(d) 4 channel FXO/FXS tributary card FXS and FXO, FXO connected to a central office or PBX and FXS connected to customer telephone, each line FXO raises the same line FXS. Every channel provide 64k voice bandwidth.

FXO

FXS

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(e) X.21 tributary card 4*X21 card, HD68 to 4*M34 Connectors to X21 interface.

X.21

(f) RS232 tributary card

RS232

Any kind of the above cards is allowed to plugged into tributary slot 1~4. (TB1~TB4)

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Chapter IV
4-1

System Operation Instruction

VT-100 Operation

* Craft Port 1. Any PC running Windows 98/2000 or NT can be used as a console. 2. Use the supplied RS-232 cable and connect the console port to the COM port of console PC. 3. Use windows Hyper Terminal program to perform the console management operations. But, we strongly recommend using the free software netterm which has some of special function key to control easily. 4. VT-100 terminal settings Bit Rate 57600 bps Data Bit 8 bits Parity No Parity Stop Bit 1 Stop bit Flow Control: none Set the emulation mode toVT-100 or Auto Detect

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4-1-1 Startup Loading / Booting and Login Screen


When users start LightSmart-PE150E equipment, it will show the profile loading screen: There are four kinds of mode that users can select. The factory default has already built and saves in profile I/II. The default booting will select profile I. Profile factory default (IP Address: 192.168.0.1) is clear all setting but keep the IP, convenience the user through web setting

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The system has the built in self-diagnostic function during the booting procedure. The self-diagnostic function includes system memory access test, system main clock test and tributary card access test. After selecting the loading profile, the booting test screen can be shown before the login screen seen:

Enter LightSmart-PE150E Login Screen through Craft Port. Please key in the User Name and User Password. The default user Name is admin and the password is 1234

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4-1-2 Main Menu


Show system name Current location

Press the Function keys can access the item faster. [F3] is online help, and has definition of the function key Notice : Some terminal programs could not support the function keys. After entering the main menu, select one of the nine functions: 1. System Configuration 2. Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration 3. Optical Interface Parameters Configuration 4. Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration 5. Data Port Parameters Configuration 6. Performance Management Threshold Configuration 7. Fault Management Parameters Configuration 8. OE Protection Switching 9. Equipment Status Monitoring a. Performance Monitoring b. Path Alarm/State Monitoring c. Loopback/V.54 Testing d. PRBS Testing e. Event Browsing
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4-1-3

System Configuration

Notice : First of all, user need to select Local or remote units for configuration. System Configurationthe menu include the following selections: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) a) b) c) d) e) f) System Information Configuration Device Networking Configuration User Account Management SNMP Agent Configuration Software Upgrade Configuration Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation Network Time Synchronization Scheduling J ob Management Networking Service Management Network Troubleshooting Operation LCD Login Configuration Event parameter Management System Profile Management Configuration File Management Terminal File Transfer Operation

Press <F1> function key to select item 1 ~ item f, and use the up or down key to shift the items. Please select the item or <ESC> to previous menu. The detail description of each item will be mentioned in the following sections.

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4-1-3.1 System Information Configuration

Notice : Here shows the local or remote device which you selected.

The system administrator can key in the system name, the location of the system, and the contact person all at most 256 characters. The system clock can be set by entering the correct time. This screen can show the running time of the system and the software version. After the setting of above items, please make sure to press <F2> to save them.

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4-1-3.2 Device Networking Configuration

The system administrator can set the system device IP of the MGMT port in this screen. This Internet-related setting to provide preventive mechanisms function to avoid involved in the operation of the entire network [F2] Confirm: When users change related to IP data, click [F2] function, the system will direct to execute and became running IP status. [F5] Set Only: When users change related to IP data, click [F5] to be storage in temporary memory, and wait until click [F2], it to become running IP status.

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4-1-3.3 User Account Management

LightSmart-PE150E provides three kinds of the user groups. Adminthe administrator group account can execute all functions. Controlthe controller group account can execute all functions except the System Configuration. Monitor the monitor group account only can monitor the system except that execute setting command.

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The default Auto-Logout Seconds is 0, which means disable the auto-logout function. This account also can disable the account status.

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4-1-3.4 SNMP Agent Configuration

The LightSmart-PE150E can assign four sets of the Server IP address for sending the Traps. The default Read Community is public. The default Write Community is private. The default Trap Community is public.

Enable the Send SNMP Authentication Failure Trap function for sending the trap when the authentication is fail.

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4-1-3.5 Software Upgrade Configuration LightSmart-PE150E can support two kinds of the System Software Upgrade Remote Server and Local File Remote Server

Press the Space bar can change the selected

For Remote server source selection: Access Protocol: select the protocol you want to use. Have FTP and TFTP Server IP Address: the server IP address where the new firmware saved. File Name: the file name of new firmware. Login User Name: key in the remote servers user name. Login Password: key in the remote servers password.

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For Local File source selection: The screen will show the available file stored in the system. Local File

When you put image at local file, if you restart or re-boot power, that the image will be disappear

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4-1-3.6 Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation After the software upgrade configuration is completed, the software upgrade and reboot operation can be executed from this menu.

When user execute the [F2] Upgrade commend item in local or remote side, it will show the status: "Start upgrading!", "Connecting!", "Transferring!", "Loading!", "DeCompressing!", "Flash writing!", "Sending!", "Upgrading complete!", "None"

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When the software upgrade error, it will show one of the following error message: "Internal error!", "Local file not found!", "Information incomplete!", "Upgrading is running!", "Connect failed!", "Transfer failed!", "Read failed!", "Image file too large!", "Disconnect failed!", "Decompress code failed!", "Invalid image format!", "Abort by user!", "None!"

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When user selects the [F3] Reboot commend item in local or remote side, it will show the message: "Start rebooting!", "Ongoing!", "Complete, Bye-!", "None"

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When the screen of entering booting, please select a profile for loading. If doesn't press any key then system will auto download the previous profile after three seconds. If you want to hold the screen, please press any key.

There are two temporary memory can provider user to storage: When user configuration any command in device.

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4-1-3.7 Network Time Synchronization

The system provides the network time synchronization function. Setting the clock server IP address and time zone, then execute the Start synchronizing command. The system clock will be automatically corrected via Internet.

When user selects the synchronization commend item in local or remote side, and "running status" will show the following message: "Start Synchronizing!" "Synchronizing!", "Synchronizing Complete!", "Synchronizing Error!",

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When any error of synchronize occured one of error message will show as below: "Internal Error!", "Information Incomplete!", "Synchronization is running!", "Time Get Error!", "Abort by user!", "Timeout!", "No Error"

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4-1-3.8 Scheduling Job Management

The Scheduling Job Management function provides the automatic timely reporting capability. The system administrator can arrange the schedule for every kind of job. The job description is following as below.

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Job Type: Periodic / One shot / Booting Schedule Type: Every Interval / Every Day
Every Interval: The system will to do select item in every interval time. Every Day: The system will according current system time to do select item in every day.

Interval/Time: Setting the interval time Job: Do Nothing Send Schedule Trap Send Time Sync Request Trap Software Upgrade Network Time Synchronization System Reboot

You can press the Space bar to change the selected item.

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4-1-3.9 Networking Service Management

The system can turn on or turn off the functions of the SNMP Agent, TELNET Server, FTP Server, and Web Server. When FTP Server startup, the device can act client or server, but it is small memory storage, so user can only to do software upgrade and save EventLog . Attention: When you place the image of the local file, if you restart or re-boot power, the images will disappear.

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4-1-3.10 Network TroubleShooting Operation

This function can provide test that the equipments whether they link to network or not. function. The system provides the Network troubleshooting

Setting the Target IP address, Packet Count, Length and Timeout Seconds, then first execute to Confirm [F2], and then execute Ping start [F5].

Note: The system device IP must be set first.

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When target IP ping succeed, it will show as below:

When target IP no answer, it will show as below:

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4-1-3.11 LCD Login Configuration

User need to define the login password by the key on the front panel in sequence. From key 1 to key 4.

Up contrast the upward key of the panel Right contrast key right of panel Down contrast the downward key of the panel

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4-1-3.12 Event Management

LightSmart-PE150E provides Event Management function, includes Event Class Processing ConfigurationEvent Alarm Processing Configuration

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[1] EVENT CLASS PROCESSING CONFIGURATION

The event class processing configuration function can set the events of the configure, alarm, and operation to save in the flash or to send the trap.

N is not save in the flash or not to send the trap Y is save in the flash or to send the trap

When NMS system has not received alarm trap, please confirm the send trap function status.

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[2] EVENT ALARM PROCESSING CONFIGURATION

The event alarm processing configuration function can set the different severity of the events to save in the flash or to send the trap. There are four classes of the alarm severity: 1. Critical 2. Major 3. Minor 4. Warning

When NMS system has not received alarm trap, please confirm the send trap function status.

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4-1-3.13 System Profile Management

[1] Profile Save Parameter Config

LightSmart-PE150E provides Auto-Saving function, and the auto saving interval.


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[2] Profile Operation

The system provides three booting profiles: Profile1 and Profile2 and profile factory default.

If the profile had been changed before during the configuration processing, the Profile Modification will show Y. You can select either profile I or II then press <F2> function to save it, and after that the next booting process will automatically configure the system just like you save before.

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4-1-3.14 Configuration File Management

LightSmart-PE150E provides Upload file and Download file.

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[1] Config Upload Configuration

User must be set up upload configuration first, and then to implement Upload or Download Operation. Access Protocol: select the protocol you want to use. Server IP Address: the server IP address where the new firmware saved. Upload File Name: the file name of upload new firmware. Login User Name: key in the remote servers user name. Login Password: key in the remote servers password. File Name Extension: System Name or Device IP or System Name+DeviceIP
Example File Name: LightSmart-PE150E_192.168.10.49.xml

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[2] Config Download Configuration

User must be set up download configuration first, and then to implement Upload or Download Operation.

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[3] Config Upload/Download Operation

User can through the function, uploaded or download the device setting to server.

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4-1-3.15 Terminal File Transfer Operation

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4-1-4

Tributary Slot Interface Selection

LightSmart-PE150E provide five tributary interfaces (1) E1 Interface Configuration (2) V.35/X.21/RS530 Interface Configuration (3) FXO/FXS Interface Configuration (4) T1 Interface Configuration (5) RS232 Interface Configuration (6) Tributary TSA Configuration

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4-1-4.1 E1 Interface Configuration


[F3]: Select local, remote or both site by space bar, then press the Enter key to select it. [F4]: Select 1~4 slots or all by space bar. F5: Select channel ID which you want to change the configure.

You can edit E1 Parameters for each channel or all channels of selected. [F6] Slot Edit- Edit the parameters of all channels in the same slot. [F7]/ [F8]- You can just press [F7] or [F8] to let the selected channels in the screen go into the In-service state or out of service

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[F2] Edit channel screen as below

LightSmart-PE150E have two service mode which can select OOS Out of service IS In service There are three types of E1 services: FAS+CRC, FAS only, Unframed There are two types of E1 Line Coding: HDB3 or AMI

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4-1-4.2 V.35/X.21/RS530 Interface Configuration

If the EOC connection is closed, a symbol - will be shown for each configuration.

[F2] Edit channel screen as below

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You can set the polarity of Tx or Rx clock to fit the requirement of different kind of DTEs.
PCM31: 64K~1984K Date Rate PCM30: 64K~1920K Unframed: 2048K

To have a stable V.35 configuration performance, you must make sure to have set the correct clock mode. The following is the example of setting.

(1)

Internal DCE CLK

Recovery DCE CLK

DTE

DTE

LightSmart-PE150E

LightSmart-PE150E

(2)

EXT-DTE INT

Recovery DCE CLK

DTE

DTE

LightSmart-PE150E

LightSmart-PE150E

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4-1-4.3 FXO/FXS Interface Configuration

[F2] Edit channel screen as below

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4-1-4.4 T1 Interface Configuration

[F2] Edit channel screen as below

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4-1-4.5 RS232 Interface Configuration

[F2] Edit channel screen as below

If data ready detect setting is disabled, then LightSmart-PE150E won't detect the DSR (Data Set Ready) on the RS-232 interface. And the LED will show solid light by green color on the panel.
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4-1-4.6 Tributary TSA Configuration

LightSmart-PE150E provides six kinds of the Tributary TSA (Time slot assignment): 1. Normal (All E1 channels) 2. 2E1+2V.35 (Two E1 channels and Two V.35 channel) 3. 7E1+1V.35 (Seven E1 channels and one V.35 channel) 4. 3E1+1V.35 (Three E1 channels and one V.35 channels) 5. CH4<->CH5 (Four E1 channels and one V.35 channels) 6. CH8<->CH9 (Eight E1 channels and one V.35 channels)

Note: The V.35 interface setting will be set to OOS (out of service) when the mode1~4 set to the V.35 interface. Be sure to set the V.35 to IS (in service) and check the related configuration after the mode1~4 used to.

The Remote select, or will disappear, when the Eoc commection is closed.

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1. Normal mode (All E1 channels)

Remote

Local

In the normal mode, every channel can also do the PRBS testing with the corresponding channel in the remote side.

Notes: The clock setting needs to conform, please refer to the following pictures.

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(1)

V35 DTE

E1 INT CLK

EXT

V35 RCV

E1

INT

LightSmart-PE150E

LightSmart-PE150E

In this case, the right hand of E1 equipment is set to internal clock.

(2)
E1 RX CLK V35 DTE

INT

V35 EXT DTE

E1

RX CLK

LightSmart-PE150E

LightSmart-PE150E

In this case, the right hand of E1 equipment is set to receive clock. When V35 data is connected with E1 data, the related timing clock should be set carefully to get more stable connection!!

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2. Two E1 channels and two V.35 channels mode


4E1 card (Slot 1)

TB1
4 3 2 1

Remote

Normal mode

Local
4 3 2 1

2E1+2V.35 mode

TB3
V35 card (Slot 3)

TB2
V35 card (Slot 2)

TB1
4E1 card (Slot 1)

In this mode, user can also do the PRBS test, which is like the figure as above. The remote side channel can generate the test pattern to corresponding channels in the local side. Remote (4E1 card) Ch1 Locals (4E1 card) Ch1 Remote (4E1 card) Ch2 Locals (4E1 card) Ch2 Remote (4E1 card) Ch3 Locals (V35 card) Remote (4E1 card) Ch4 Locals (V35 card) Locals (4E1 card) Ch3 Locals (4E1 card) Ch4
These 2 channels are unavalible, when TSA function mode 1was turned on. They will be switched to "Out of Service" automatically if original setting is "In Service".

Note: To avoid unexpected error, DO NOT insert any card in TB2 and TB3 at remote side, while TSA function was turned on.
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3. Seven E1 channels and one V.35 channel mode


4E1 card (Slot 2) 4E1 card (Slot 1)

TB2
8 7 6 5 4

TB1
3 2 1

Remote

Normal mode

Local

7E1+1V.35 mode

TB3
V35 card (Slot 3)

TB2
4E1 card (Slot 2)

TB1
4E1 card (Slot 1)

In this mode, user can also do the PRBS test, which is like the figure as above. The remote sides channel generates the test pattern to corresponding channels in the local side. Remote (4E1 card) Ch1 ~ Ch4 Locals (4E1 card) Ch1~Ch4 Remote (4E1 card) Ch5 ~ Ch7 Locals (4E1 card) Ch5 ~ Ch7 Remote (4E1 card) Ch8 Locals (V35 card)

Note: To avoid unexpected error, DO NOT insert any card in TB3 at remote side, while TSA function was turned on.

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4. Three E1 channels and one V.35 channels mode


4E1 card (Slot 1)

TB1
4 3 2 1

Remote

Normal mode

Local
4 3 2 1

3E1+1V.35 mode

TB2
V35 card (Slot 2)

TB1
4E1 card (Slot 1)

In this mode, user can also do the PRBS test, which is like the figure as above. The remote side channel will generate the test pattern to corresponding channels in the local side. Remote (4E1 card) Ch1 Locals (4E1 card) Ch1 Remote (4E1 card) Ch2 Locals (4E1 card) Ch2 Remote (4E1 card) Ch3 Locals (4E1 card) Ch3 Remote (4E1 card) Ch4 Locals (V35 card)

Note: To avoid unexpected error, DO NOT insert any card in TB2 and TB3 at remote
side, while TSA function was turned on.

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5. Four E1 channels and one V.35 channel mode

V35 card (Slot 2)

4E1 card (Slot 1)

TB2
ch 5 Remote

TB1
ch ch ch ch 4 3 2 1

Normal mode

Local

CH4 <-> CH5 Mode (4E1+1V.35)

TB2
V35 card (Slot 2)

TB1
4E1 card (Slot 1)

In this mode, user can also do the PRBS test, which is like the figure as above. The remote sides channel generates the test pattern to corresponding channels in the local side. Remote (4E1 card) Ch1 ~ Ch3 Locals (4E1 card) Ch1~Ch3 Remote (4E1 card) Ch4 Remote (V35 card) Ch5 Locals (V35 card) Ch5 Locals (4E1 card) Ch4

Note: To avoid unexpected error, DO NOT insert any card in TB3 at remote side,
while TSA function was turned on.

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6. Eight E1 channels and one V.35 channel mode


V35 card (Slot 3) 4E1 card (Slot 2) 4E1 card (Slot 1)

TB3
ch 9 Remote

TB2
ch ch ch ch 8 7 6 5

TB1
ch ch ch ch 4 3 2 1

Normal mode

Local 8 7 6 5

CH8 <-> CH9 Mode


9 4 3 2 1

TB3
V35 card (Slot 3)

TB2
4E1 card (Slot 2)

TB1
4E1 card (Slot 1)

In this mode, user can also do the PRBS test, which is like the figure as above. The remote sides channel generates the test pattern to corresponding channels in the local side. Remote (4E1 card) Ch1 ~ Ch7 Locals (4E1 card) Ch1~Ch7 Remote (4E1 card) Ch8 Remote (V35 card) Ch9 Locals (V35 card) Ch9 Locals (4E1 card) Ch8

Note: To avoid unexpected error, DO NOT insert any card in TB3 at remote side,
while TSA function was turned on.

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4-1-5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration

[F2] Edit channel screen as below

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[F4] ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown): Please refer to the definition of ITU-T G.664, when LightSmart-PE150E detects LOS and the ALS function is enabled at the same time, then OE will shutdown the signal of Tx. It will detect

the signal automatically by every 100 seconds. If the alarm of LOS doesnt erase immediately, then it needs to wait another 100 seconds again. If the LOS status clear, the system will return to morncal state and transmit laser signal again.

[F6] APS (Auto Protection Switch): While OFF selecting, OE Revertive/ OeLocked/ OeLocked Rule/ OE Lock AutoRel Sec will disappear. [F7] OE Revertive: When [F7] set to OFF, OeLocked/ OeLocked Rule/ Oe Lock AutoRel Sec will disappear. [F8] OE Locked: When [F8] set to OFF, OeLocked Rule/ Oe Lock AutoRel Sec will disappear. When [F8] set to ON:
OE Locked Rule: Locks the optical system if switched to protect line m times

with in n minutes. (n and m depends on users definition) (Default: m=6 ; n=10 )


OE Locked AutoRel Sec: If the function of OE Locked has enabled, it will be

auto-release after x seconds. (Default: x=3600)

Note: If the function of the OE Locked has activate, then it needs to be real eased as the screen of 4-11 OE Protection Switching Note: User can't configure the disappeared function, when user reboot the equipment which is reload the default value.

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4-1-6

Trunk Ethernet Configuration Selection

In the screen user can easy to switch the port function and allow to setting fast Ethernet rate configuration in Ethernet interface.
Trunk Ethernet Configurationthe menu include the following selections: [1] Trunk Ethernet General Configuration [2] Trunk Ethernet Port Configuration [3] Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration [4] Trunk Ethernet Port VLAN Configuration [5] Trunk Ethernet Port QoS Configuration [6] Trunk Ethernet VLAN Table Configuration [7] Trunk Ethernet QoS Schedule Configuration [8] Trunk Ethernet QoS Tag Priority Configuration [9] Trunk Ethernet QoS Tag Mark/Remark Configuration

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4-1-6.1 Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config

Tag Aware : disable (port-based)/ enable (tagged-based) Ingress Filter : enable (drop frame associated with a VLAN for which that port is not in the member set.) disable (disable ingress filtering) Tag Only : disable (accepts tagged and un-tagged frames) enable (only accepts tagged frames and drop un-tagged ones)

If the remote side is no device or LOS signal, the screen will not show the remote data.

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4-1-6.2 Trunk Ethernet Parameters Config

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4-1-6.3 Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration

In this screen provide a method to limit the ingress and egress speed of the ethernet ports. 100M=1526 10M=152 Ingress (RX) Egress (TX)

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4-1-6.4 Trunk Ethernet Port VLAN Config

The VLAN ID must be between 1 and 4094. Egress Mode Unmodified- Do not insert or remove VLAN tag to/from packets sent out from this port. Untagged- If tagged packets received, the switch will remove VLAN tag from packets. Tagged- If un-tagged packets received, the switch will add Ingress PVID. And do nothing when switch receive any tagged packets. Retagged- If tagged packets received, switch will remove VLAN tags than add new tags as PVID. It is a replacement processing for tagged packets and insertion for un-tagged packets.

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4-1-6.5 Trunk Ethernet QoS Port Config

Specifies the QoS configuration for every trunk ethernet port. QoS Mode: Disable - Turn off the QoS function for this port. PortBased - Turn on the QoS function, and the priority of each packet received from this port is assigned by the following [Priority] setting. There are four priority levels, Queue1, Queue2, Queue3, and Queue4. TagBased - In this mode, when a packet is VLAN-tagged or priority-tagged, the priority is specified by the 3-bit tag. When a packet is untagged, its priority is assigned by the following [Priority] setting.

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4-1-6.6 Trunk Ethernet VLAN Table Config Management

Specifies the VLAN ID and its associated port member. The VLAN must be betweem 1 and 4094.

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4-1-6.7 Trunk Ethernet QoS Schedule Config

Specifies the packet aggress scheduling configuration when QoS support is enabled. The packet scheduling is weighted round robin (WRR), the setting [Weight] is applied to the four queues. This approach prevents the lower priority frames from being starved out with only a slightly increased delay to the higher priority packets, and guarantee the minimal packet rate of one queue. The range of weight for each port is between 1 and 127. For Queue3 and Queue4, the strict priority scheduling is supported. If there is strict priority (only in Q2 and Q3) and WRR at the same time, the queue with strict priority has higher priority than WRR. When the scheduler scans queues, queues with strict priority are scanned first, and than the other queues are scanned according to WRR. If there is more one queue with strict priority, the queue with the bigger queue ID has higher priority.

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4-1-6.8 Trunk Ethernet QoS Tag Priority Config

Specifies the mapping of 3-bit tag priority to the four level priority, Queue1 ~ Queue4.

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4-1-6.9 Trunk Ethernet Tag Mark/Remark Config

Specifies the remarking mapping for tagged and retagged packets. When the VLAN tags are inserted to non-tagged packets, the 3-bit priority of the inserted tag will follow this configuration. When the [Egress Mode] setting is [Retagged] and the [TagRemark] setting is turned on, the priority field of VLAN tag is replaced with this tag priority of the assigned queue.

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4-1-7 Data Port Parameters Configuration

In this screen, users can configure different data rate of data port.

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4-1-8 Performance Management Threshold Configuration

This function means that when the PM value is equal or over the thresholds value then it will issue the TCA alarm. If TCA alarm is enabled, the alarm of TCA will be realease after is min/day. If the value is 0 the TCA will be unabled.

(1) Dsx1 Interface Threshold Setting: Electrical interface threshold setting. (2) Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting: Optical interface threshold setting.

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4-1-8.1 Dsx1 Interface Threshold Setting

You can use the function keys to modify the selected traffic link, there are two PM types for choice: (24 hours). the quarter (15 minutes), the day

[F6] DisableUnable the PM TCA alarm on the selected E1 path by high light bar. [F7] All DisableUnable the PM TCA alarm on the all selected E1 paths by the selection filters.

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[F1] Line LCV: Line Code Violation LES: Line Error Second LSES: Line Several Error Second

[F3] Path PCV: Path Code Violation PES: Path Error Second PSES: Path Several Error Second PUAS: Path Unavailable Second

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4-1-8.2 Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting

You can use the function keys to modify the selected traffic link, there are two PM types for choice: the quarter (15 minutes), the day (24 hours).

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4-1-9 Fault Management Parameters Configuration

LightSmart-PE150E provides fault management function by setting the alarm severity for each failure alarm.

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4-1-9.1 Alarm Severity Config

The administrator can define alarm severity and easy to manage alarm status. If the alarm severity configured as Critical or Major, the MAJ LED will be turned as red when alarm occurred. Otherwise, Minor and

Warning alarm will make MIN LED turned on as yellow.

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4-1-9.2 Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config

Provide the function of power monitoring. When ON is selected and the power module is failed, the alarm will be issued.

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4-1-10 OE Protection Switching

User can make the active OE module locked or released and OE module manual restart from this screen. 1.Configuration: Shown the configuration of APS (Automatic Protection Switching), ALS (Automatic Laser Shutdown), Rvt (revertive operation), LCK (lockout the active OE module) from section 4-5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration. 2.OE Protection Switching Status: Shown the current status of active OE module, the status of Lock-out mechanism, the OE module switched times by automatic or manually, and the seconds left for release after locked state. The Lock-out mechanism can be activated or deactivated by command OE Lock/Release [F2] on the aggregate interface. Some parameters are configured at 4-5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration. 3.OE Status: Shown the alarm and laser status of the OE modules. The shut down lasers can be restarted by command OE Restart [F4] and OE Restart-Test [F5] on the OE interfaces.
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Automatic laser shutdown and restart concept The ALS mechanism implemented in LightSmart-PE150E is referred to the ITU Recommendation ITU-T G.664. The ALS mechanism can be enabled or disabled in 4-5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration.

<< Flow Chart>>

Start

ALS opertion enable

Yes

Receive signal from far end?


No No

Loss of received signal


Yes

Auto power shutdown

Automatic restart

Manual OE restart

Manual OE restart for test

Delay time (100s)

Tx on for (2s)

Tx on for (2s)

Tx on for (90s)

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4-1-11 Equipment Status Monitoring


On the equipment status monitoring screen, user can take an overall view of the alarm status of the interlinked rack systems and it also provide operator can easy setting tributary cards mode. And no support performance monitoring function in CRC that is only showing card type.
[Pwr] -- is power supply FAN -- is fan monitor

H is for external alarm occurred L is external alarm normal - is for normal F is for Failure G is meaning green LED R is meaning red LED Y is meaning yellow LED is meaning the device is b t

B is for E1 Balances (75) U is for E1 Unbalances (120)

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Local site tributary card setting:

Lo is meaning Local site

When user plugin card in TB1, this row will showing TB card data here. User can accoreding the info then press [F2] key setting it.

Into card parameters setting screen:

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Remote site tributary card setting:

Re is meaning Remote site

When user plugin card in TB1 and TB2, this row will showing TB card data here. User can accoreding the info then press [F2].. key setting it.

Into card parameters setting screen:

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4-1-12 Performance Monitoring

The performance monitoring screen will show the Aggregate/Dsx1 and Ethernet PM

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4-1-12.1 Aggregate/Dsx1 Performance Monitoring

Aggr/Dsx1 Performance Monitoring

The performance monitoring screen will show the valid quarters and valid days had been counted for each channel. Select the channel and

access to next screen to see the detail performance data.

[F6] Reset: to clear all PM counters of the selected channel. [F7] Reset All: to clear all PM counters of all the channels passing [F3], [F4], and [F5] filter criteria.

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PM Type have five kinds 1. CurrQuartCurrent Quarter 2. HistQuartHistory Quarter 3. CurrDayCurrent Day 4. HistDayHistory Day

[F2] Reset: to clear the selected PM type [F5] Reset All: to clear all the PM type

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4-1-12.2 Trunk Ethernet Performance Monitoring

Tx Counter: TX byte or packet count. This counter is incremented once for every data byte/packet of a transmitted packet. Rx counter: RX byte or packet. This counter is incremented once for every data byte of a received and forwarded good packet. RX byte/packet count includes both forwarded and dropped good packets. For mirror RX forwarded packets, if these are not good packets they will not be counted. Rx Drop counter: RX drop packet count. Packet drop events could be due to lack of resource, local packet, etc. If the mirror RX function is enabled and the packets are only received by the mirror port, these packets are also included in the mirrored ports drop packet counter. Packet lengths less than 64 bytes are not included. Rx CRC counter: RX CRC error packet count. This counter is incremented once for every received packet with a length more than 64 bytes but with a CRC error. Oversize packets are also included in this counter. Rx Fragment counter: RX fragment, collision, and undersize packet count. These packet lengths are less than 64 bytes.
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4-1-13 Path Alarm/State Monitoring

Path Alarm/State Monitoring

This screen shows all of alarm status for all monitoring path. Some diagnostic testing work will cause alarm occurred, and the status of loopback (V.54) and PRBS action shown as well.

The possible alarm for each interface is: OE : LOS

Aggregate : LOF/RDI/AIS E1 V35 Ethernet : LOS/LOF/RDI/AIS : LOS : LINK

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4-1-14 Loopback/V.54 Testing

For the diagnostic purpose, low speed E1 or V.35 data channel and high speed aggregate signal can be locally loop-backed or remotely loop-backed.

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Loopback Testing
There are four types of loopback functions for the E1 Module: a. b. c. d. Tributary Local Loopback (for each E1 signal) Aggregate Local Loopback (for all multiplexed E1 signals) Aggregate Remote Loopback (for all multiplexed E1 signals) Tributary Remote Loopback. (for each E1 signal)

Users can select whether to diagnose a specific channel or all channels under the loopback / V.54 Testing.

Local site

Remote site

a. Tributary Local Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the tributary card in the local site, then choose LoLbk / ANA item. b. Aggregate Local Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the aggregate item (Aggr/Lo) in the local site then choose LoLbk / ANA item. c. Aggregate Remote Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the aggregate item (Aggr/Re) in the remote site then choose ReLbk / DIG item. d. Tributary Remote Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the tributary card in the remote site then choose ReLbk / DIG item. Notice: In the E1 module, the REM is not able to choose, because REM is only for V.35 module using.
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There are three types of loopback functions for the V.35 Module: a. Analog (ANA) Loopback: b. Digital (DIG) Loopback c. Request Remote (REM) Loopback
V35 card V35 card

DTE

a.

b.

c.

DTE

Optical
Local Site Remote Site

a. Analog (ANA) Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the tributary card in the local site, then choose LoLbk / ANA item. b. Digital (DIG) Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the tributary card in the local site, then choose ReLbk / DIG item. c. Request Remote (REM) Loopback: In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the tributary card in the local site, and then choose REM item.

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Noticefunction key [F8] If the EOC (embedded channel) had broken such as in the aggregate remote loopback state then [F8] Undo-AgReLBK can be used to re-build the EOC channel. But, if optical signal lose, this function won't enable.

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4-1-15 PRBS Test

Pattern Analysis Pattern Generate

The pattern of PRBS is 215-1(unframing). to perform this testing.

Both E1 and V35 are able

In order to do the self-test, any E1 data link can be selected to have a PRBS test. The tested result will be shown in the number of error bit as well as its error ratio.

You can only choose one channel to generate or analysis at the same time.

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One way PRBS test step:

Remote

Ana

LightSmart-PE150

Local

GEN

LightSmart-PE150E

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The round trip PRBS test function operating step.

Loopback path A

Remote

LightSmart-PE150E

Loopback path B

Loopback path C

Local

Ana

GEN

LightSmart-PE150E

Please refer to the loopback test function to verify the loopback setting.

When user wants to do the PRBS test, firstly, the remote side needs to set the loopback path (loop A, Loop B, Loop C) which depends on users request. In the local device, which will generate a test pattern to remote device, then local devices analysis part will receive a test pattern through the loopback path. Eventually, user will get a test result on the screen.

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4-1-16 Event Browsing

Clear Ram Log [F4]: clear all history events after the system booting.

Clear Flash Log [F5]: If the event-saving function is being enabled.

F5

will clear all history events stored in flash memory.


(Ref: 4-3-12.1 Event Class Processing Configuration / 4-3-12.2 Event Alarm Processing Configuration)

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4-2

LCD Operating Instructions


LightSmart-PE150E provides an easy way to set the configuration,

maintenance, and testing by LCD and button.

The default password for LightSmart-PE150E is a combination of the buttons as below, from left to right:
Button Up Right Down Up

Note: the password for login in LCD menu can be changed via VT100 setting as section 4-1-3.11.

Button functions are as follows: Go back to the upper level of the menu Item select Enter key to go to a sub-menu or enable selected action

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4-2-1 LCD Menu Tree


Password: _ _ _ _ (Modify Password refer to 4-3-11)

---System ----Network Service [Site] ----SNMP (ON/OFF) ----TELNET (ON/OFF) ----FTP (ON/OFF) ----WEB (ON/OFF) ----Profile Operation [Site/ProfID] ----Load ----Save ----Reboot Operation [Site] ----Reboot (DOWN) ---Tb Config ----E1 [Site/Slot/Ch] ----FrameType (FAS+CRC/FAS/OFF) ----LineCoding (HDB3/AMI) ----Service (IS/OOS) ----T1 [Site/Slot/Ch] ----FrameType (FAS+CRC/FAS/OFF) ----LineCoding (HDB3/AMI) ----Service (IS/OOS) ----T1 LBO (0-133 ft /133-266 ft /266-399 ft / 399-533 ft /533-655 ft) ----V35 [Site/Slot/Ch] ----TxClkSource (ClkSrc:Internal/Ext-DTE/Recovery) ----PCM/FrameMode (PCM30/PCM31/Unframed) ----DataRate (64K/128K/192K/256K/320K/384K/448k/512k/
576k/640k/704/768K/832K/896K/960K/1024K/ 1088K/1152K/1216K/1280K/1344K/1408K/ 1472K/1536K/1600K/1664K/1728K/1792K/ 1856K/1920K/1984K/2048K)

----TxClkPolarity (Normal/Invert) ----RxClkPolarity (Normal/Invert) ----Service (IS/OOS)

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----FXX [Site/Slot/Ch] ----Service (IS/OOS) ----TSA [Site] ----TSA (Normal/2E1+2V.35/7E1+1V.35/CH4-CH5)

---Opt Config [Site] ----Working OE (1/2) ----ALS (ON/OFF) ----Standby OE (ON/OFF) ----APS (ON/OFF)

---Trunk Eth Config ----General Config [Site] ----VLAN (Enable/Disable) ----Port Config [Site] ----Service (IS/OOS) ----AutoNeg (ON/OFF) ----Duplex (Full/Half) ----Speed (10M/100M) ----FlowCtrl (ON/OFF)

---Data Port Config [Site] ----Baud Rate(115200/57600/38400/19200/9600) ----Data Bit(8/7/6/5) ----Parity(Disable/Even/Odd) ----Stop Bit(1 bit/ 1.5 bit/ 2 bit)

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---Oe Protect Sw ----Current Status [Site] ----WorkingOe (Status:1/2) ----OELocked (Status:-/ON/OFF) ----SwitchNo (Status:1-99) ----LeftRelSec (Status:1-99999) ----OE1Tx (Status:ON/OFF) ----OE2Tx (Status:ON/OFF) ---Oe Lock/Release [Site] ----Lock OE (Status:(ON)/Release OE(DOWN)) ----Lock OE (Status:(OFF)/Lock OE(DOWN)) ---Oe Restart [Site/Oeld] ----Restart DOWN (Restart OK/ Restart fail) ---Oe Test [Site/Oeld] ----RestartTest DOWN (RestartTest OK/ RestartTest fail) ---FM Config ----Pwr Fail Mon Cfg [Site/ PwrID] ----Service Config (IS/OOS) ---Alarm Monitoring ----Equipment [Site] ----Pwr1 (Status:NoAlarm/Failed) ----Pwr2 (Status:NoAlarm/Failed) ----Fan (Status:NoAlarm/Failed) ----Path [Site] ----Alarm (Next)

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--- Loopback/V.54[Site] ---- Aggr ----LLBK (ON/OFF) ----RLBK (ON/OFF) ----RRLBK (ON/OFF) ----UndoAgReLBK (ON/OFF) ----E1 [Slot/Ch] ---LLBK (ON/OFF) ---RLBK (ON/OFF) ---- T1 [Slot/Ch] ----LLBK (ON/OFF) ----RLBK (ON/OFF) ---- V.35 [Slot/Ch] ----ANA (ON/OFF) ----DIG (ON/OFF) ----REM (ON/OFF)

--- PRBS Testing[Site] ---- E1 [Slot/Ch] ----PTGEN (ON/OFF) ----PTANA (ON/OFF) ----PTANA Result (Status:Error/BER) ----T1 [Slot/Ch] ----PTGEN (ON/OFF) ----PTANA (ON/OFF) ----PTANA Result (Status:Error/BER) ----V.35 [Slot/Ch] ----PTGEN (ON/OFF) ----PTANA (ON/OFF) ----PTANA Result (Status:Error/BER) --- Logout (DOWN)

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4-3

Web Operating Interface


To be able to use the WEB interface, the IP must be enabled and

configured via the command line interface. (Please reference 4-1-3.2 device networking configuration, Page.17)

The default user Name is admin and the password is 1234 (Reference 4-1-3.3 User Account Managment, Page.18)

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Login screen will show the equipment status. Only local side:

Local side and Remote side:

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User can chose display the Local site, Remote site or Local+Remote.

If the profile had been changed before during the configuration processing, the Blue Title will show Config Modified. You can select Profile Management, chose save profile I or II.

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4-4

Telnet Operating
Using RJ-45 connecting to SNMP management system. To be able to

use the telnet interface, the device IP must be setting first.

The default user Name is admin and the password is 1234

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Appendix
A-1 Carft & External Alarm Ports Pin Assignment

1. Craft port (VT100):

5 4 3 21

Pin No. 2 3 5

Signal TxD RxD GND

2. Alarm port:
Pin No.
5 4 3 21

Signal RMIN LEDA RMIN BUA RMAJ LEDA RMAJ BUA RMIN LEDB RMIN BUB RMAJ LEDB RMAJ BUB

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

9876

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3. External alarm port:


5 4 3 21

Pin No. Port Port 1 8 4 9

Signal Positive input Negative input Positive input Negative input

9836

The voltage offset between positive and negative input: 3 ~ 60VDC Input current range: 0.5 ~ 8 mA

A-2

Pin Assignment for Tributary T1 pad

Tx
Ch1 Ch2 Ch3 Ch4 GND

Rx

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A-3

DB25 Pin Assignment for Tributary T1 Line Connection

CH1 Rx Tx 24 25 11 12

CH2 21 22 8 9

CH3 18 19 5 6

CH4 15 16 2 3

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A-4
No. 1.

Troubleshooting Guide
Probable Cause CIT cable connection invalid. Baud Rate set incorrect and com port select incorrectly Input wrong account aud password Check relation configuration and physical connector Corrective Actions Check cable link. Check Baud Rate and com port Check account and password User can via into tributary slot parameters configuration and trunk Ethernet parameters configuration screen check every item: Check service mode Ethernet port contact Change the Ethernet cable Check the duplex matching Check the duplex matching Check Auto-neg mode Check Data forwarding mode Check Trunk Ethernet port all configuration function Check the duplex matching Check Trunk Ethernet port all configuration function Check the fiber contact Change optical cable Check networking service management function. Into diagnosticloopback test item: (service mode must be on) Execute Autolbk to check optical connection This equipment will according your last time startup state to loading the profile. If your last time is loading factory default value, when you restart unit, it will loading factory default . Check networking service management Check device IP Check snmp agent configuration Change the power supply Open the switch of the power supply Screw down the power supply

Symptom VT-100 can not login

2.

The equipment screen alarm indicators are different from physical indicators or like network hang

3.

Ethernet transmit has serious data package loss

The RJ45 connector has a bad contact FULL/HALF duplex is not matching Trunk Ethernet port service off Trunk Ethernet port service off Fiber fail The RJ45 connector has a bad contact Networking service management telnet function to be off Trunk Ethernet general parameters setting error

4.

Ping fail or cant transfer data or can not remote Telnet

5.

The unit is reset or powered off, all the configuration settings are lost

The user wrong to select save configuration or select incorrect loading profile.

6.

Device can not be management

7.

Power indicator is off

Networking service management snmp function to be off Device IP incorrect SNMP agent configuration : read/write community incorrect Power supply is not available The switch of the power supply is not open The connect of the power supply is not tight 112

No. 8.

Symptom Optical LOS alarm indicators is on

Probable Cause If self loop of the optical ports is normal and the connection of the optical cables is right, the optical cables has trouble or the distance is too long Otherwise the TX and RX optical interface connection is reverse Self loop separately, the equipment that has LOS alarm has trouble Otherwise the RX fiber cable has trouble T1 cable connector has trouble The T1 equipment is powered off The T1 TX and RX interface connection is reverse Clock settings do not match The V.35 connector has a bad contact Check OE module whether startup lock function.

Corrective Actions Change the optical cables Change a long distance optical module

9.

10.

The equipment of One side of the optic connection is normal, and other has LOS alarm T1 interface alarms

Exchange the TX and RX fiber cables Contact with your support representative Change the optical cables Adjust the connector Open the T1 equipment that connect to the unit Exchange the TX and RX interface connectors Check V.35 interface configured

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V.35 interface alarms

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OE module cant not switching

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Prbs test showing error bit or test is ok but always showing red indicators. LCD key can not login and setting

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T1 interfaces have bit errors

Not comply use framing in unframed type. The user lookup prbs test result at wrong place Check input key priority button is correct. Check console screen item LCD Login Configuration whether it has redefine. Impedance is not matching

Check Optical interface parameters config Check OE switching protection status Configured correct type in unframed. In general ,user should be check the result in prbs testing screen. Check LCD Login Configuration.

Affirm the impedance of the T1 equipment is same of the optical multiplexer Affirm the distance of the T1 T1 cables is too long cable is no longer than 200 meters The T1 connector has a bad contact Adjust the T1 connector Affirm the 1,2 pin of the RJ45 100 connect cable is not twisted (120) is twisted, and the 4,5 pin is another twisted T1 terminal unit is not common earthing with the optical multiplexer Affirm the earthing of the T1 terminal unit and the optical multiplexer is according to the electrician standard

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