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Purpose

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Intended audience

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How to use this document


Safety information

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Related information ....................................................................................................................................................................... xx


Technical support .......................................................................................................................................................................... xi
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How to order ................................................................................................................................................................................... xi
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How to comment ........................................................................................................................................................................... xi
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Safety
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1-1
Structure of safety statements ............................................................................................................................................... 1-2
1-2
Laser product classification ................................................................................................................................................... 1-4
1-4
Laser safety

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1-6

Electrostatic discharge ESD considerations .................................................................................................................... 1-9


1-9
General safety .......................................................................................................................................................................... 1-14
1-14
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Installation tools
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1
List of installation tools .......................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
2-2
Special tools and test equipment ......................................................................................................................................... 2-4
2-4
Method of procedure

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Physical installation
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3-1
Caution to avoid Equipment damage ................................................................................................................................. 3-2
3-2
Unpack and inspect equipment ............................................................................................................................................ 3-4
3-4
Preparation

.................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-6
3-6

Power, cable, and fiber installation


Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1
Install ground and power cables .......................................................................................................................................... 4-2
4-2
Power cable installation .......................................................................................................................................................... 4-5
4-5
Connect management and alarm cables ............................................................................................................................ 4-6
4-6
Signal transmission cables ..................................................................................................................................................... 4-8
4-8

System turn-up and testing


Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5-1
Requirements .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
5-2
NE turn-up and testing ............................................................................................................................................................ 5-3
5-3
Software upgrade using ZIC ............................................................................................................................................... 5-11
5-11
Troubleshooting

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5-17

Miscellaneous references
Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... A-1
A-1
Fiber optic cleaning ................................................................................................................................................................. A-2
A-2
Cables, connectors, and assemblies

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A-6

Cable assembling instruction ............................................................................................................................................ A-19


A-19
Install FTP server
List of SFPs

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A-24

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A-30

Glossary
Index

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Laser classes

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1-5

5-1

List of possible issues and actions

A-1

RJ-45 connector pin assignment and cable

A-2

List of SFPs

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1-1

Laser warning label ................................................................................................................................................... 1-7


1-7

1-2

Static control wrist strap

1-3

Correct operations for card insertion

1-4

Card alignment

4-1

AC power connector ................................................................................................................................................. 4-3


4-3

4-2

DC power connector ................................................................................................................................................. 4-4


4-4

4-3

E1 cables

5-1

ZIC-FC-Launcher

5-2

Add Network Element

5-3

NE Check ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5-6


5-6

5-4

Connect to NE ............................................................................................................................................................. 5-7


5-7

5-5

ZIC authentication window

5-6

ZIC main window ...................................................................................................................................................... 5-9


5-9

5-7

Software upgrade ..................................................................................................................................................... 5-11


5-11

5-8

Parameters in Remote File tab ............................................................................................................................ 5-12

5-9

Confirm software upgrade

5-10

Software upgrade confirmed ............................................................................................................................... 5-13

5-11

Software upgrade status

5-12

Software upgrade complete

5-13

System information

5-14

System information details

5-15

Configure serial port

....................................................................................................................................... 1-10
1-10
............................................................................................................... 1-14

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1-15

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4-10
...................................................................................................................................................... 5-4
5-4
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5-5

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5-16
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5-19

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Start-up information

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5-20

A-1

Fiber-optic connector inspection ......................................................................................................................... A-4

A-2

RJ-45 connector front view, including SYNC/EOW, F2/DBG, HK, LAN, FE1~4 and FE 5~8
............................................................................................................................................................................... A-7A-7
A-7

A-3

RJ-45 connector

A-4

E1/T1 connector ANEA96 front view

A-5

Crimp ferrule

A-6

Crimp tool ................................................................................................................................................................. A-20


A-20

A-7

Dimensions of cable stripping

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A-7
.............................................................................................................. A-9

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A-19

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About this document

Purpose

The Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC Installation and System Turn-Up Guide provides
installation and testing instructions. This manual is not a service manual.
Intended audience

This manual is intended for individuals who are responsible for the installation,
acceptance, operations, and maintenance of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
How to use this document

This manual is divided into several chapters and appendices. The first chapter contains
safety information and general installation information. The other chapters provide
instructional steps for personnel needing additional detail or background information.
Assumptions
This document assumes that users have an understanding of the following:

Basic principles of telecommunication transmission


Common telecommunication and system terminology (a glossary is provided in this
document to assist you)
Test sets and tools used in the telecommunication industry
Local operations and functional procedures of your company
Personal computer (PC) operation, common PC terminology, and navigational
procedures in a windows-style user interface

Chapter

Description

About this document

This chapter

Describes the guide's purpose, intended audience,


and organization

Lists related documentation

Explains how to comment on this document

Chapter 1, Safety

Contains general safety information

Chapter 2, Installation tools

Contains information on installation tools

Chapter 3, Physical installation

Contains information on physical installation

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Chapter

Description

Chapter 4, Power, cable, and fiber


installation

Describes power, cable, and fiber installation

Chapter 5, System turn-up and testing

Contains information on system turn-up and testing

Appendix A, Miscellaneous
references

This chapter includes the detailed installation


procedures for miscellaneous items and reference
material to complete installation, turn-up, and testing
of the system.

Glossary

Defines and explains the following:

Telecommunication terms

Abbreviations

Acronyms

Defines the index entries

Index

Safety information

For your safety, this document contains safety statements. Safety statements are given at
points where risks of damage to personnel, equipment, and operation may exist. Failure to
follow the directions in a safety statement may result in serious consequences.
Related information

The following table lists the documents included in the documentation set:
Part Number

Title

Description

3KC18035ABABTQZZA
Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC Release
2.1 Product
Information and
Planning Guide

This guide is for use by network planners, analysts,


and managers. It is also for use by the
Alcatel-Lucent Account Team. It presents a detailed
overview of the system, describes its applications,
gives planning requirements, engineering rules,
ordering information, and technical specifications.

3KC18036ABABTQZZA
Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC Release
2.1 User
Provisioning Guide

This guide provides step-by-step information for


use in daily system operations. The manual
demonstrates how to perform system provisioning,
operations, and administrative tasks by use of
Zero-Installation Client (ZIC)

3KC18038ABABTQZZA
Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC Release
2.1 Maintenance
and
Trouble-Clearing
Guide

This guide gives detailed information on each


possible alarm message. Furthermore, it provides
procedures for routine maintenance,
troubleshooting, diagnostics, and component
replacement.

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Part Number

Title

Description

3KC18037ABABTQZZA
Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC Release
2.1 Installation and
System Turn-Up
Guide

This guide is a step-by-step guide to system


installation and setup. It also includes information
needed for pre-installation site planning and
post-installation acceptance testing.

3KC18040ABABTQZZA
Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC Release
2.1 TL1 User
Provisioning Guide

Provides information on provisioning procedures


by means of Translator Language 1 (TL1)
commands

3KC18041ABABTQZZA
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2.1 Safety Guide

Provides information and safety guidelines to


safeguard against personal injury and to prevent
material damage to the equipment.

Technical support

For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the
Alcatel-Lucent Support web site (http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/support/) for contact
information.
How to order

To order Alcatel-Lucent documents, contact your local sales representative or use Online
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How to comment

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1

Overview
Purpose

This chapter provides important safety instructions for the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
Contents
Structure of safety statements

1-2

Laser product classification

1-4

Laser safety

1-6

Electrostatic discharge ESD considerations

1-9

General safety

1-14

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Structure of safety statements


Overview

This topic describes the components of safety statements that appear in this document.
General structure

Safety statements include the following structural elements:

E
L
MP

CAUTION

Lifting hazard

SA

Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in injury


due to the size and weight of the equipment.

Always use three people or a lifting device to transport


and position this equipment.
[ABC123]

F
G
H

Item

Structure element

Purpose

Safety alert symbol

Indicates the potential for personal injury


(optional)

Safety symbol

Indicates hazard type (optional)

Signal word

Indicates the severity of the hazard

Hazard type

Describes the source of the risk of damage or


injury

Safety message

Consequences if protective measures fail

Avoidance message

Protective measures to take to avoid the hazard

Identifier

The reference ID of the safety statement


(optional)

Signal words

The signal words identify the hazard severity levels as follows:


Signal word

Meaning

DANGER

Indicates an extremely hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will


result in death or serious injury.

WARNING

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in


death or serious injury.

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Signal word

Meaning

CAUTION

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in


minor or moderate injury.

NOTICE

Indicates a hazardous situation not related to personal injury.

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Laser product classification


Standards compliance

The product complies with both IEC standards and the Food and Drug Administrations
Center for Devices and Radiological Health (FDA/ CDRH) regulations.
FDA/CDRH regulations

Laser products are classified in accordance with the FDA/CDRH - 21 CFR 1010 and
1040. The classification scheme is based on the ability of the laser emission to cause
injury to eye or skin during normal operating conditions.
In the United States, lasers and laser systems in the infrared wavelength range (greater
than 700 nm) are assigned to one of the following classes:

Class I
Class IIIb
Class IV

Laser classification is dependent upon operating wavelength, output power and fiber
mode field diameter (core diameter).
IEC requirements

The International Electro-Technical Commission (IEC) establishes standards for the


electrical and electronic industries. IEC-60825 has been established for the worldwide
safety of laser products.
According to the IEC classification, lasers and laser systems in the infrared wavelength
range (greater than 700 nm) are assigned to one of the following classes:

Class 1

Class 3A
Class 3B
Class 4

There are some major differences between the FDA/CDRH regulations and IEC:
1. The Accessible Emission Limits (AEL) are different.
2. Class 3A applies to all wavelengths.
3. Class 3B requires strict engineering controls.
4. Classification is under single fault conditions.

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Laser classes

The maximum output power of laser radiation depends on the type of laser diode used.
The international standards IEC-60825 or DIN/EN 60825 define the maximum output
power of laser radiation for each laser class in accordance with the wavelength.
Table 1-1

Laser classes

Laser class

Wavelength

Maximum output power


of laser radiation

1310 nm

8.85 mW

1550 nm

10 mW

1310 nm

24 mW

1550 nm

50 mW

1310 nm

0.5 W

1550 nm

0.5 W

3A

3B

Hazard level assignment

Hazard level refers to the potential hazard from laser emission at any location in an
end-to- end optical fiber communication system that may be accessible during service or
in the event of a failure. The assignment of hazard level uses the AELs for the classes.
Hazard levels for optical transmission equipment are assigned in either of the following
two ways:

Actual output power from the connector or fiber cut.

If automatic power reduction is used, output power at the connector or fiber cut at one
second after automatic power reduction takes place provided that maximum output
and restart conditions are met.

Classification of optical telecommunication equipment

Optical telecommunication equipment is generally classified as IEC Class 1 or


FDA/CDRH Class I, because under normal operating conditions, the transmitter ports
terminate on optical fiber connectors.

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Laser safety
System design

The Alcatel-Lucent system complies with FDA/CDRH 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 as a
Class I and with IEC 60825-1 as a Class 1 Optical Fiber Telecommunication laser
product. The system has been designed to ensure that the operating personnel is not
endangered by laser radiation during normal system operation. The safety measures
specified in the Food and Drug Administrations Center for Devices and Radiological
Health (FDA/CDRH) regulations and the international standards IEC-60825 or DIN/EN
60825 are met. Please also refer to Laser product classification (p. 1-4).
Potential sources of danger

Beware of the following potential sources of danger which will remain despite all safety
measures taken:

Laser radiation can cause damage to the skin and eyes.


Laser radiation from optical transmission systems is in a wavelength range that is
invisible to the human eye.

Laser warning labels

The laser warning labels indicate either only the laser class or both the laser class and the
maximum output power of laser radiation. The following figure shows different types of
laser warning labels and their characteristics.

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Figure 1-1 Laser warning label

Legend:

1. Laser symbol.
2. Laser classification label. This label may show only the laser class or both the laser class and
the maximum output power.
3. Laser warning label.

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Laser safety instructions

Observe the following instructions to avoid exposing yourself and others to risk.

Read the relevant descriptions in the manuals before taking equipment into operation
or carrying out any installation and maintenance work on the optical port units, and
follow the instructions. Ignoring the instructions can result in exposure to dangerous
radiation.
Do not view directly into the laser beam with optical instruments such as a fiber
microscope, because viewing of laser emission in excess of Class 1 limits
significantly increases the risk of eye damage.
Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or an open connector as long as the
optical source is still switched on.
Ensure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber
connectors.
Once a fiber is disconnected, check that the optical source is switched off by
measuring with an optical power meter.
When connecting fiber loops between the IN and OUT ports on optical circuit packs,
always connect to the IN port first and then the OUT port. This will prevent any
optical radiation from being present at the fiber end.

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Electrostatic discharge ESD considerations


ESD precautions

NOTICE
ESD hazard
Industry experience has shown that all integrated circuit packs can be damaged by static
electricity that builds up on work surfaces and personnel. The static charges are produced
by various charging effects of movement and contact with other objects. Dry air allows
greater static charges to accumulate. Higher potentials are measured in areas with low
relative humidity, but potentials high enough to cause damage can occur anywhere.
In order to prevent damage by electrostatic discharge the following precautions should be
observed when handling circuit packs:

Assume all circuit packs contain solid state electronic components that can be
damaged by ESD.
When handling circuit packs (storing, inserting, removing, etc.) or when working on
the backplane, always wear a grounded wrist strap such as the one shown in Figure
1-2, Static control wrist strap (p. 1-10) or wear a heel strap and stand on a
grounded, static dissipating floor mat. If a static dissipating floor mat is used, be sure
that it is clean to ensure a good discharge path.
Handle all circuit packs by the faceplate or latch and by the top and bottom outermost
edges. Never touch the components, conductors, or connector pins.
Observe warning labels on bags and cartons. Whenever possible, do not remove
circuit packs from antistatic packaging until ready to insert them into slots.
Always open all circuit packs at a static safe work position, using properly grounded
wrist straps and static dissipating table mats. If a static dissipating floor mat is used,
be sure that it is clean to ensure a good discharge path.
Always store and transport circuit packs in static safe packaging. Shielding is not
required unless specified.
Keep all static generating materials such as food wrappers, plastics, and styrofoam
containers away from all circuit packs. Upon removal from bay, immediately put
circuit packs into static safe packages.
Whenever possible, maintain relative humidity above 20 percent.

To reduce the possibility of ESD damage, assemblies are equipped with grounding jacks
to enable personnel to ground themselves using wrist straps [Figure 1-2, Static control
wrist strap (p. 1-10)] while handling circuit packs or working on an assembly. The jacks
for connection of wrist straps are located at the lower right-hand corner of each assembly
and are labeled. When grounding jacks are not provided, an alligator clip adapter enables
connection to ground.

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Figure 1-2 Static control wrist strap

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying this product.
When installing, operating, or maintaining this equipment, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons,
including the following:
Instruction Instruction
number
1

Read and understand all instructions.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product.

This product should be only operated from the type of power sources indicated on
the marking label.

Connect this product only to the type of power sources recommended by


Alcatel-Lucent.

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Instruction Instruction
number
5

This equipment is suitable for mounting on a concrete or other noncombustible


surface only.

Install only equipment identified in this manual. Use of other equipment may
result in improper connection of circuitry leading to fire or injury to persons.

All metallic telecommunication interfaces should not leave the building premises
unless connected to telecommunication devices providing primary and secondary
protection, as applicable.

Do not use this product near water, for example, in a wet basement.

Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The product may fall,
causing serious damage to the product.

10

Use caution when installing or modifying telecommunications lines.

11

Never install telecommunications wiring during a lightning storm.

12

Never install telecommunications connections in wet locations.

13

Never touch uninsulated telecommunications wires or terminals unless the


telecommunications line has been disconnected at the network interface.

14

Never touch uninsulated wiring or terminals carrying direct current or ringing


current, or leave this wiring exposed. Protect and tape uninsulated wiring and
terminals to avoid risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to service personnel.

15

Never push objects of any kind into this product through slots as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or
electrical shock. Never spill liquids of any kind on the product.

16

Slots and openings in the unit are provided for ventilation, to protect it from
overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. This product
should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.

17

To reduce the risk of an electrical shock, do not disassemble this product. Service
should be performed by trained personnel only. Opening or removing covers
and/or circuit boards may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks.
Incorrect reassembly can cause electrical shock when the unit is subsequently
used.

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Instruction Instruction
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18

Some of the hardware modules contain FDA/CDRH Class I/IEC Class 1


single-mode laser products that are enclosed lightwave transmission systems.
Under normal operating conditions, lightwave transmission systems are
completely enclosed; nonetheless, the following precautions must be observed
because of the potential for eye damage:
1. Do not disconnect any lightwave cable or splice and stare into the optical
connectors terminating the cables.
2. Lightwave/lightguide operations should not be performed by a technician who
has not satisfactorily completed an approved training course.
3. Do not use optical instruments such as an eye loupe to view a fiber or
unterminated connector.
4. More information about laser safety can be found in the Installation Manual.

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For a unit intended to be powered from 48V DC voltage sources, read and
understand the following:

Disconnect up to Two (2) power supply connections when removing power


from the system.

This equipment must be provided with a readily accessible disconnect device


as part of the building installation.

Ensure that there is no exposed wire when the input power cables are
connected to the unit.

Installation must include an independent frame ground drop to building


ground.

This Equipment is to be Installed Only in Restricted Access Areas on Business


and Customer Premises Applications in Accordance with Articles 110-16,
110-17, and 110-18 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70.
Other Installations Exempt from the Enforcement of the National Electrical
Code May Be Engineered According to the Accepted Practices of the Local
Telecommunications Utility.

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For a unit intended to be powered from 100-120/200-240 V ac voltage sources,


read and understand the following:

Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

Do not staple or otherwise attach the power supply cord to the building
surfaces.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk
of fire or electric shock.

The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be readily
accessible.

This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding type plug, a plug having
a third (grounding) pin. This plug is intended to fit only into a grounding type
power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into
the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the grounding type plug. Do not use a
3-to-2-prong adapter at the receptacle. Use of this type adapter may result in
risk of electrical shock and/or damage to this product.

Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product
where the cord may be abused by persons walking on it.
a. When the powers supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by qualified technician to
restore the product to normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.

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General safety
Rules for shielded cables

WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
The intra-building port(s) of the equipment or subassembly is suitable for connection to
intra-building or unexposed wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding port(s) of the
equipment or subassembly MUST NOT be metallically connected to interfaces that
connect to the Outside plant or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use as
intra-building interfaces only and require isolation from the exposed Outside plant
cabling.
The addition of Primary Protectors is not sufficient protection in order to connect these
interfaces metallically to Outside plant wiring.
Caution to avoid equipment damage
Figure 1-3 Correct operations for card insertion

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Refer to the Caution to avoid Equipment damage (p. 3-2) for a detailed description of
card insertion and card extraction.
Proper card alignment

CAUTION
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS
Do not push on one lever only.
Do not force the units.
Avoid impact during the units handling.
Figure 1-4 Card alignment

1. Do not force the card into the subrack slot.


2. For correct insertion into the subrack slot, ensure that the card and subrack slot are
properly aligned.
Card extraction

Important! Always remove (power) cable before extracting (or inserting) a unit and/or a
Main Card.
Card extraction procedure is the reverse of the card insertion procedure.
Refer to the Caution to avoid Equipment damage (p. 3-2) for a detailed description of
card insertion and card extraction.

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2

Overview
Purpose

This chapter describes the installation tools of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
Contents
List of installation tools

2-2

Special tools and test equipment

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Method of procedure

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List of installation tools


The following is a list of tools and materials used to install equipment. Tools specific to a
physical installation are listed in Chapter 3, Physical installation covering the task.
Other tools might be required to perform special procedures. These tools should be
gathered in advance in preparation for installing the system.

reference manuals

Safety glasses and ear protection


Box cutter or pocket knife
Static-protection accessories
Strap, wrist ground (PN 047-9004-010)
Coiled cord, six foot (PN 047-9004-020)

ESD Field Service Grounding Kit (PN 1AD012520001)


BNC connector crimping tool, Thomas & Betts WD416
Small Thomas & Betts power crimping tool for coaxial cable end connections
Screwdrivers, standard (slot head)
4-inch shaft
6-inch shaft
Small (to fit screws on interrack data cables)
1/8-inch, 8 inches long
Screwdrivers, Phillips
6-inch shaft

12-inch shaft
Power screwdrivers with No. 0 and No. 1 bits
90X
Insulated trouble lamp (droplight duralamp)

Extension cord (50-foot)


Ladders and/or portable scaffold

Wrenches (3/8- to 11/16-inch), open and box-end combination


Socket set, 3/8-inch drive with ratchet handle and extension
Foot-pound torque wrench

Thread-cutting screws
Needle-nose pliers, 4-1/2 inch
Diagonal cutters, 5 inch
Cable butting tool

Cable cutters
Cable stripper
Multi-stripper
Anti-oxidation compound

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Steel measuring tape (50 feet)


Accurate level

Chalk line and chalk (blue)


Felt-tipped marking pen
Stencil kit
Vacuum cleaner, high-efficiency particulate Arrester (HEPA)
V-bolts, corner and wall brackets, channels, and other hardware for overhead cabling

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Special tools and test equipment


Description

In addition to the standard tools, there are special tools that are used on the shelf. Details
about these tools can be found in Appendix A, Miscellaneous references.

Mini BNC tool


RJ45 tool
SFP extraction tool

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Method of procedure
Description

The person responsible for the installation, in cooperation with the TAC team and Central
Office (CO) supervisor, should collect all essential information to prepare a Method of
Procedure (MOP). When the MOP is complete, it should be submitted to CO management
for approval. Any work on common equipment may need to be performed during
nonstandard working hours. This should be a joint decision between the CO management,
the TAC team, and the installation personnel.
As a minimum requirement, the following items should be addressed, mutually
understood, and agreed upon to establish a MOP before installation:

Service-affecting hazards involved and associated risks imposed


Installation methods and tools
Experienced personnel assigned to job

Protection requirements for equipment and tools


Time during which various steps of work will be performed, and a list of equipment
that is affected
Identified steps of work that require notification of TAC team before work starts

Procedures to follow and tests to complete before connecting additional or modified


equipment to any working equipment
Steps installer must take to disconnect any alarms associated with the work.
Procedures to ensure that designation and fuse records are checked against proper
drawings before any fuse is removed
Time that equipment removed from service is restored
Additional measures to take to ensure that equipment is restored to service on time in
case of delays
Identified steps of work that require presence of CO personnel
Tests applicable for wiring operations
Space requirements (for example, storage and administration)

When applicable, a restoration plan that will be a joint effort between CO personnel,
TAC team, and installation personnel
Steps required to ensure that all work is done during hours specified in the MOP

MOP approval by TAC team and CO personnel before installation


An approved copy of the MOP available and posted for review at job site at all times
Note: After the MOP is adopted and approved, it cannot be deviated from without
approval of the TAC team and the CO personnel.

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Overview
Purpose

This chapter contains a set of procedures to install the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
Contents
Caution to avoid Equipment damage

3-2

Unpack and inspect equipment

3-4

Preparation

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Right operations for unit insertion

The following are the steps for unit insertion:


1. Open the levers first, to plug the unit.
2. To mate the plastic body of the connectors, push the front panel, balancing the strain
without pushing on the levers.
3. Push on the levers in order to finish the connector mating.
4. Fix the unit to the subrack by means of screws, before inserting another unit.
Forbidden operations for unit insertion
1. Do not push just on one lever only.

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2. Do not force the units.


3. Avoid impact during the units handling.
Right operations for unit extraction
1. Unscrew the top and bottom screws before extracting the unit.
2. Act on the levers opening gently as shown in the above figure.
3. Pull the unit as shown in the figure.

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Unpack and inspect equipment


Purpose

Follow this procedure to unpack and inspect the and to report any shipping damage or
missing parts.
Note: Alcatel-Lucent provides expert Installation Services for installations that have
different requirements from those outlined in this manual. Contact Alcatel-Lucent at
1-888-252- 2832 for details.
Recommended tools

Recommended tools include a box cutter or a pocket knife.


Hazards

CAUTION
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS
Equipment damage
Exercise care when moving equipment to avoid excessive shock or vibration, which can
damage equipment.
Preliminary checks

The following information should be printed on the outer box:

International Symbols

Trademark/address of the manufacturing company.


Labels (or template marks) indicating information on the contract and destination site
of the product.
An envelope containing packing list and other information.

Procedure

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Upon receipt, check the following:

The final destination as indicated on the container.

The cases are undamaged.

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Report any shipping damages to the companys representative or the shipping agent.
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When unpacking, proceed as follows:


1. Ensure that outer packing is properly positioned.
2. Open the case.
3. Remove the shock proof material.
4. Remove the chassis from the case.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Remove pre-packing, polyethylene bag, and any other protection.


Remove the plastic bags containing accessories taped to the racks.
Remove any dehydrating bags.
Check that the goods are not damaged, and that they correspond to those indicated on
the packing list. Contact the shipping agencys representative if discrepancies are
found.

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Handle the packing material with care; it can be reused for repacking again if goods must
be re-shipped.
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If packing material needs to be stored, the cardboard boxes must be placed indoors in
ventilated rooms.
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Stop: This procedure is complete.


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Preparation
Description

This section provides physical details and guidelines for installation.


Observe the following guidelines:

Verify that layouts of mounting rack or wall mount position are as indicated in
applicable drawings and specifications.
Verify that area dimensions and location of reference points correspond to plan.
Mark all reference and layout lines.

The chassis will be rack, wall, or desk mounted as described in the following sections.
For all mounting arrangements, adequate ventilation space is required at the top and sides
of each unit. Adjacent equipment should not be stacked or placed in such a way as to
block ventilation panels. Refer to the site engineering specification for site specific
spacing and ventilation requirements.
Before you begin

The following tools are needed for installation:

Tape measure
Philips screwdriver

Flathead screwdriver
Adjustable wrench
Heat gun
Paper knife

Ratchet crimp tool


Cable cutter
Wire stripper
Coax stripper

Network cable crimping pliers


Diagonal pliers
Crimping tool

Cable tester
Multimeter

Claw hammer
Percussion drill
Marker pen

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CAUTION
To facilitate heat dissipation of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC, leave a
space of 1U above or below the chassis.
Note: By default, the chassis of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC is installed with the
mounting ear for the 19-inch cabinet before delivery.
Install the chassis in the 19-Inch cabinet
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Fix the chassis in the 19-inch cabinet.

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Install the PGND cable.

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Install the chassis in the ETSI cabinet


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Select mounting holes based on the type of the cabinet.

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Install the transit mounting ears for the ETSI cabinet.

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Install the PGND cable.

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Fix the chassis in the ETSI cabinet.

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Install the chassis on a wall


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Install the mounting ears for a 19-inch cabinet (wall-mount).

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Install the expansion bolts in the wall.

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Install the PGND cable and fix the chassis that is mounted on the wall.

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Install the chassis on the desktop

CAUTION
To facilitate heat dissipation of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC, leave a
space of 1U above or in between the chassis and the bracket.
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Remove the mounting ears for the 19-inch cabinet from the two sides of the chassis.

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Install the PGND cable and fasten the chassis onto the bracket on the two sides of the
chassis.

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4ower, cable, and fiber


P
installation

Overview
Purpose

This chapter includes a list of procedures for installing power and signal transmission
cables on the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
The Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC can be installed in Network Telecommunications Facilities
or in customer premise locations where the NEC applies. With appropriate options for
environmental (temperature and humidity) hardening, the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC can
be installed in outside plant (OSP) locations.
Contents
Install ground and power cables

4-2

Power cable installation

4-5

Connect management and alarm cables

4-6

Signal transmission cables

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Install ground and power cables


Purpose

This procedure provides instructions to route and connect station-ground cables to


equipment racks and ground the PDU to the rack.
General

The Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC shelf is grounded to the rack through the thread-forming
screws used to install the shelf in a rack and also by a separate ground cable. For both the
AC and DC power options, a ground lug is located on the left side of the chassis.
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Refer to the job site documentation for the exact rack layout and cable specifications.
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Complete an identification tag for each power cable, then attach the tag to the cable.
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Install ground and power connections using the procedures AC-powered (p. 4-2) and
DC-powered (p. 4-3) for the AC-powered or DC-powered equipment type.
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AC-powered
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Attach grounding wire between the UL safety ground screw located in the middle of the
left side chassis and appropriate safety ground. If the safety ground is located on a rack
system, ensure that the rack itself is properly grounded.
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Route and secure the AC power cord. Verify that the designated AC power source outlet is
surge protected. Reference the site engineering specification for any additional site
specific AC requirements.

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Figure 4-1 AC power connector

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Connect the AC power cord to the connector and leave the other end disconnected. For
rack-mounted units, the AC cord will be connected to an AC power breakout panel in the
rack. Leave the AC power disconnected until you are ready to perform the procedures in
Chapter 5, System turn-up and testing. The Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC has four (4)
supported AC power cables based on local power source type and included in the
installation kit.
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STOP. This procedure is complete. Continue with the next section for cable installation.
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DC-powered
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Refer to the site engineering specification to determine if a common grounding (bonding)


arrangement will be used. If common bonding network (CBN) is specified for -48V/-60V
operation, attach a separate grounding wire between the UL safety ground terminals
located in the middle of the power terminal block and the +VA and +VB terminals.
If isolated bonding network (IBN) is specified, make no connections to the center ground
terminals.

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Figure 4-2 DC power connector

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Verify with an ohmmeter that the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC shelf is grounded properly.
Measure less than 1 ohm between the shelf safety ground screw and the appropriate frame
ground.
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Verify with an ohmmeter that the ESD jack on the front of the shelf is grounded properly.
Measure less than 1 ohm between the ESD jack and the appropriate frame ground.
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Power cable installation


This section provides instructions on installing DC power cabling for the shelf.
Each power feeder (A and B) requires a single power feed from the battery distribution
fuse board (BDFB), or the battery distribution circuit breaker bay (BDCBB) to the shelf.
If the is powered through only one power feed, the system will report a minor alarm. To
suppress the alarm, use two jumpers, one jumper between the -VA and -VB and the
second jumper between +VA and +VB. The gauge of both jumpers should be the same as
the gauge being brought in from the Battery Plant (#12AWG to #16AWG).
-VA

+VA

-VB

+VB

ALARM

Connect

Connect

No connect

No connect

Minor

No connect

No connect

Connect

Connect

Minor

Connect

Connect

Connect

Connect

None

Connect

Connect

Jumper form
-VA

Jumper form
+VA

None

Jumper form
-VB

Jumper form
+VB

Connect

Connect

None

Procedure
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Verify that the power source is off.


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Connect the A and B power cables to the A and B connector pins of the terminal block
located on the top right. Use a torque screwdriver set to 0.5 nm (4.4 lb-in) to tighten.
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Route the power cables toward the power source (for example: BDCBB and BDFB).
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Splice feeders from the BDCBB or BDFB to the power cables.


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Label the feeders at the power source as follows: -VA, +VA, -VB, and +VB.
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Leave the power supply mechanism disconnected at the power source until you are ready
to perform the procedures in Chapter 5, System turn-up and testing.
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Connect management and alarm cables


Description

This section contains procedures to connect external management and alarm systems.
RS232 local management

The port designated as RS232 Local Craft Terminal needs PPP protocol.

Pin

RJ45 Function (connect


to F2/DBG RJ-45 port of
MB16)

COM Function (DB9) (connect to


COM port of computer)

1
2

RXD232

TXD232

GND

GND

6
7

RXD232

TXD232

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Ethernet LAN local or remote management

Local or remote management is provided through a LAN connection. This connection


requires IP configuration after the system is turned up.
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For rack mount applications, route and secure the twisted pair (568A or 568B) along the
right side of the equipment rack. Alternately, for wall or table applications, route and
secure the twisted pair (568A or 568B) per job site specifications.
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Connect the twisted pair (568A or 568B) to the front panel LAN RJ45 connector.
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Signal transmission cables


Equipment options

Review the ordering information and site engineering specifications to determine


quantities and list the types of the signal transmission cables to be installed.
Note: each equipment option has a different front panel connector layout according to
the interfaces required. Specific quantities and types of cables will correspond to the
equipment type being installed.
For each cable interface type, select the appropriate cable installation procedure from the
following sections. For all cable types, ensure that strain relief and bending radius is
maintained for the type of cable being installed. Refer to the site engineering specification
for any site-specific or customer-specific cabling instructions.
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet cables
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Identify and label all Ethernet cables per the site engineering specification.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Route and secure cables on the left side for rack-mount applications or per site
engineering specification for wall-mount or table applications.
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Insert the 10/100/1000Base-T RJ45 connectors into the designated jacks on the
Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC faceplate panel. Ensure that the retention slide locks operate
and that there is adequate strain relief.
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Install SFPs
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Verify the correct type and quantities of SFPs per the site engineering specification. SFP
types and part numbers are listed in Appendix A, Miscellaneous references.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Remove the dust cover from the SFP cage on the faceplate.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Remove the pluggable module from its packaging.


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If the SFP module contains a latching mechanism, ensure the bail latch is closed (folded
back in the SFP module).
Note: Some SFP types do not have a latch.

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While holding the SFP module with the side where the electrical connections are exposed
to the bottom, slide the SFP module into one of the receptacles in the faceplate.
Note: To remove an SFP, first disconnect the fiber optic cable from the pluggable
module. If the SFP module is equipped with a bail latch, open the latch outward to
disengage the module from the receptacle. Open the latch until it is perpendicular to
the face of the module. Use the bail latch to carefully pull the SFP module out of its
cage on the faceplate. Make sure to apply the extraction force in a direction parallel to
the long dimension of the SFP module. If the SFP receptacle will remain empty, insert
a dust cover to prevent contamination of the electrical connector. Place the pluggable
module back into its ESD-protective packaging.
If the SFP is not equipped with a bail latch, an extraction tool should be used. Using
the tool carefully unlatch the retaining tabs and gently pull the SFP in a direction
parallel to the long dimension of the module.
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Repeat the above steps for each SFP to be installed.


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Gigabit Ethernet (GE) fiber


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Identify and label all GE fiber per the job specification.


Note: GE fibers are terminated with LC type connectors which will connect to the
Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC via SFPs installed in the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC
faceplate. It is essential that the SFP type, multi-mode or single mode, matches the
laser and fiber being installed.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Route and secure the fiber along the right side of the equipment rack for rack-mount
applications or per job specification for wall or table applications.
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Connect the LC connector securely to the designated SFP (previously installed).


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Connect all fibers required by the site engineering specification.


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E1 cables
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Route and secure the E1 cable along the right side of the equipment rack for rack-mount
applications or per site engineering specification for wall or table applications.
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Connect the E1 cable to the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC faceplate connector labelled E1.
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Connect the other end of the E1 cable to the 75-ohm unbalanced termination points per
the site engineering specification.
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testing

Overview
Purpose

This chapter describes the system turn-up and testing of the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
Contents
Requirements

5-2

NE turn-up and testing

5-3

Software upgrade using ZIC

5-11

Troubleshooting

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Requirements
Hardware requirements

The following hardware resources are needed:

PC

Debug cable
One end of Debug cable is RJ45 for the F2/DBG port and the other end is DB9 for the
PC. The signals related to pins are defined in the table below:

F2/DBG Signal name

RJ45 Connector pin


(Pins at the top)

DB9 Pin

DBG_TXD

DBG_RXD

GND

Network cable (Common network cable with parallel line)

Software requirements

The following software resources are needed:

Internet Explorer
Debug terminal tool. Example: HyperTerminal

FTP Server Tool


ZIC software package
NE software package
Note: Ensure that the NE is correctly installed according to Chapter 3, Physical
installation.

Connection between the PC and the NE is established using the debug cable and the
network cable as follows:

For Debug cable, connect the DB9 connector to the COM port of PC and connect the
RJ45 connector to the F2/DBG port of the NE on mainboard.
For Network cable, connect one side to the NIC of PC and the other side to LAN port
of NE on mainboard.

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NE turn-up and testing


Before you begin

Verify the following details:

Ensure the NE is reachable from PC using ping. The default IP of NE from factory
is 129.9.191.240 and user can modify it. See the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC Release
2.1 User Provisioning Guide for additional information. Hence, the IP will be
129.9.191.240 or any other value that the user has defined.
The IP address of the PC must be set to the same network segment as the NE.

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Install ZIC software that comprises of two parts in the following order:
1. ZIC-FC-Launcher_R2.1.x.exe
2. ZIC-FC-1646SMC_R2.1.y.exe
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Run the ZIC-FC-Launcher application. Select StartAll ProgramsZIC


LauncherZICFullClient.
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In the ZIC-FC-Launcher, Click Add to define NE as shown in Figure 5-1,


ZIC-FC-Launcher (p. 5-4).

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Figure 5-1 ZIC-FC-Launcher

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Input the IP address of the NE to be connected in the Add Network Element window
displayed in Figure 5-2, Add Network Element (p. 5-5) and click OK.

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Figure 5-2 Add Network Element

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Verify the NE in the NE Check window as shown in Figure 5-3, NE Check (p. 5-6) and
click OK.

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Figure 5-3 NE Check

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Connect to the NE by selecting a defined NE as shown in Figure 5-4, Connect to NE


(p. 5-7) and click Open.

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Figure 5-4 Connect to NE

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The ZIC application opens in the browser as shown in Figure 5-5, ZIC authentication
window (p. 5-8). Enter the username and password in the authentication dialog window.
Click OK and the ZIC application opens as shown in Figure 5-6, ZIC main window
(p. 5-9).

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Figure 5-5 ZIC authentication window

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Figure 5-6 ZIC main window

The other two pop up windows that are displayed on successful login are:

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Software upgrade using ZIC


Before you begin

Before upgrading the software ensure that FTP is installed and configured on the PC. See
Install FTP server (p. A-24) for information on installation of FTP server. Define
username and password for NE software upgrade.
Procedure
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Run the ZIC-FC-Launcher application. Select StartAll ProgramsZIC


LauncherZICFullClient.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Connect to the NE by selecting a defined NE as shown in Figure 5-4, Connect to NE


(p. 5-7) and click Open.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

The ZIC application opens in the browser as shown in Figure 5-5, ZIC authentication
window (p. 5-8). Enter the username and password in the authentication dialog window.
Click OK and the ZIC application opens as shown in Figure 5-6, ZIC main window
(p. 5-9).
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Select System ManagementDB ManagementRemote FilePerform Copy as


shown in Figure 5-7, Software upgrade (p. 5-11).
Figure 5-7 Software upgrade

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For software upgrade, set the parameters with the following values as shown in Figure
5-8, Parameters in Remote File tab (p. 5-12):

From - Software Generic on a Remote Server (RFSSW)

To - Active software generic on the NE (ACTSW). This value is set automatically.

Set User, Password, Host, Port, and URL Path to the same values defined in the FTP
server tool.

Figure 5-8 Parameters in Remote File tab

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Click Apply.
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Click Yes to confirm the software upgrade as shown in Figure 5-9, Confirm software
upgrade (p. 5-13).

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Figure 5-9 Confirm software upgrade

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Click Close in the window shown in Figure 5-10, Software upgrade confirmed
(p. 5-13).
Figure 5-10 Software upgrade confirmed

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The process and status of the software upgrade is shown in Figure 5-11, Software
upgrade status (p. 5-14).
Figure 5-11 Software upgrade status

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Wait for the process of software upgrade to complete. The window shown in Figure 5-12,
Software upgrade complete (p. 5-15) is displayed after completion of the software
upgrade.

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Figure 5-12 Software upgrade complete

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Select System ManagementInitialize and UpgradeInitialize SystemWith New


Release to activate the new software that was downloaded. Click Apply.

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The NE will reboot and run with new software.


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13

After NE start up, connect to it using ZIC to check the version of the current software.
Select EquipmentSystem Information as shown in Figure 5-13, System information
(p. 5-16) and Figure 5-14, System information details (p. 5-16).
Figure 5-13 System information

Figure 5-14 System information details

Note: For P8FES board, if a physical board is present, the software of the board will
be upgraded automatically during the Copy Remote File process.
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Troubleshooting
The Table 5-1, List of possible issues and actions (p. 5-17) lists the failures that can
occur and the actions to be taken to resolve them.
Table 5-1

List of possible issues and actions

Issues or failures

Action to be taken

On addition of NE in the ZIC


launcher, the NE check fails
due to non availability of NE
type or NE release.

Ignore the issue and select the ZIC full client PKG release
manually.

The ZIC fails with the SNMP


Agent cannot connect
message.

Reboot the NE and login again.

The Copy Remote File


operation fails due to incorrect
software download state on the
NE. For example: NE starts up
or a previous software
download operation is
incomplete.

Wait for 15 minutes and retry.

The pop-up windows are not


displayed correctly or blocked.

Modify the configuration of your browser to allow pop-ups.

If the failure count reaches 5, contact the field engineer.

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Table 5-1

List of possible issues and actions

(continued)

Issues or failures

Action to be taken

NE is reachable from PC using


ping but the login operation
fails.

Check if the NE is in BIOS state using debugging terminal


and install the software in BIOS state.

Start up the NE and check using debugging terminal.


Using a debug terminal tool, open a connection with
38400 baud rate.
For example, consider HyperTerminal:
Configure serial port. See Figure 5-15, Configure
serial port (p. 5-19).
Power on the NE. The start-up information is
displayed in the debug terminal. If [DDM] Beat
Timer Proc Begin! is displayed, the NE is in BIOS
state. See Figure 5-16, Start-up information
(p. 5-20).

Upload the software to the NE:


Before uploading, ensure software to be uploaded are
located in the PC. Software include FPGA, external
BIOS, nesoft, and configuration files for NE, adaptor,
and TL1 agent.
Transfer the software to NE using FTP in IE or file
explorer with ftp://129.9.191.240/ directly (if IP
address of NE is 129.9.191.240). Username and
password are not needed.
Transfer the tnhisu01.pga file to /ofs1/fpga/ directory
Transfer the extbios.hwx file to /ofs1/hwx/ directory
Transfer the nesoft.hwx, *.ini, *.log and *.txt to
/ofs1/hwx/ directory

Reboot the NE using the reboot command in the debug


console or power cycle.

NE starts up with the uploaded software.

Upgrade NE software using ZIC to align the NE software


version between package description file and the actually
running one.
Lost IP address of NE

IP address of the NE can be retrieved using dwGetSPIP


command in the debug terminal (return value is in
hexadecimal format).

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Figure 5-15 Configure serial port

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Figure 5-16 Start-up information

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Appendix A: Miscellaneous
references

Overview
Purpose

The appendix includes the detailed installation procedures for miscellaneous items and
reference material to complete installation, turn-up, and testing of the Alcatel-Lucent
1646 SMC system.
Contents
Fiber optic cleaning

A-2

Cables, connectors, and assemblies

A-6

Cable assembling instruction

A-19

Install FTP server

A-24

List of SFPs

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Fiber optic cleaning


Purpose

This section provides the recommended instructions to clean fiber-optic connectors found
in Alcatel-Lucent equipment.
Prerequisite

Anyone who performs this procedure must be familiar with cleaning fiber-optic
connectors and with the specific system on which the procedure is to be performed.
This procedure must not be performed on traffic-carrying equipment. If a system is in
service, traffic must be removed from equipment to be cleaned.
Recommended tools

The following tools should be available for this procedure:

Optical power meter with standard accessories


Inspection microscope, 200X to 400XAerotech World Trade Ltd. AWT200 or
AWT300
Inspection microscope tip

Anti-static lint-free swabTexwipe TX757E, Alcatel-Lucent PN 1552762010


CLETOP fiber-optic cleaner Aerotech World Trade Ltd. PN 14100500 for all
fiber-optic connectors
Optical removal and cleaning toolAlcatel-Lucent PN 3EM07060AAAA
Penlight (pocket-style flashlight)

Laser safety glasses

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Fiber cleaning procedure

DANGER
DO NOT LOOK INTO FIBER-OPTIC CONNECTOR
Laser infrared radiation is present when fiber-optic connector is open and optical
interface is installed. Laser infrared radiation is not visible to naked eye or with laser
safety glasses.
Ensure no optical power is connected to fiber being tested. An optical power meter must
be used to ensure all optical power has been removed.
Do not disassemble modules to clean fibers. Disassembling module could cause damage
to optical splices and could void warranty.
To preserve integrity of fiber-optic connectors, observe the following precautions:

Do not use cleaning swabs more than once.

Do not use alcohol or any type of liquid to clean fiber-optic connectors.


Do not use canned air to clean fiber-optic connectors. Canned air propellant leaves
residue that clouds fiber-optic connectors.

Do not touch polished optical surface of fiber-optic connector. Oil from skin can
degrade performance of fiber-optic connector and attract dust particles.

Always use protective covers to protect disconnected fiber-optic connectors. When


protective covers are not in use, store them in a clean container. Do not store
protective covers in clothes pocket.

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Use optical power meter to determine if light is coming out of fiber-optic connector.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Did optical power meter detect light coming out of fiber-optic connector?
If yes, find the source and disconnect it.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Use the inspection microscope to inspect the fiber-optic connector. See Figure A-1,
Fiber-optic connector inspection (p. A-4) for examples of clean and contaminated
fibers.
Use the following criteria to determine clean fiber:
1. Fiber core must have no contaminants or defects.
2. Fiber cladding must have no contaminants. Minor defects (pits and scratches) are
acceptable.
3. Fiber ferrule must not have contaminants or defects that interfere with fiber-optic
connector mating.

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Figure A-1 Fiber-optic connector inspection

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Is fiber-optic connector clean?


If yes, proceed to Step 12.
If no, proceed to Step 5.

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Holding CLETOP fiber-optic cleaner with one hand, use metal lever to open metal slide
and expose cleaning surface. Do not release lever.
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Place fiber ferrule firmly against CLETOP fiber-optic cleaner cleaning surface, rotate
ferrule 90 degrees, then swipe ferrule along cleaning surface one time in one direction
only.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Release metal lever.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Use inspection microscope to inspect fiber-optic connector. See Figure A-1, Fiber-optic
connector inspection (p. A-4) for examples of clean and contaminated fibers. Use the
following criteria to determine clean fiber:

Fiber core must have no contaminants or defects.


Fiber cladding must have no contaminants. Minor defects (pits and scratches) are
acceptable.

Fiber ferrule must not have contaminants or defects that interfere with fiber-optic
connector mating.

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Is the fiber-optic connector clean?


If yes, go to Step 12.
If no, go to Step 10.
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10

Clean and inspect the fiber-optic connector up to five more times.


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11

Is the fiber-optic connector clean?


If yes, proceed to Step 12.
If no, connector may need to be replaced.
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12

Are there more fiber-optic connectors to clean?


If yes, refer back to Step 1.
If no, proceed to Step 13.
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STOP! This procedure is complete.


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Cables, connectors, and assemblies


Purpose

This section provides details on cables and cable assemblies available for the
Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC Release 2.1 Installation and System Turn-Up GuideTal.
Contents

This section covers the following:

Cable product codes (p. A-6)

Board connector pin assignment and corresponding cable (p. A-6)

Cable information (p. A-12)

Cable product codes


Cable

Product Code

21*2M*75Ohm*5M cable

3KC180120005

21*2M*75Ohm*10M cable

3KC180120010

21*2M*75Ohm*15M cable

3KC180120015

21*2M*75Ohm*20M cable

3KC180120020

21*2M*120Ohm*5M cable

3KC180130005

21*2M*120Ohm*10M cable

3KC180130010

21*2M*120Ohm*15M cable

3KC180130015

21*2M*120Ohm*20M cable

3KC180130020

RJ45 Cable (other side open)

3KC18009AAAA

Ethernet cable

3KC18010AAAA

E3/T3 Cable (30M)

3KC18014AAAA

DC -48V Power cable (3M)

3KC18015AAAA

AC 220V Power cable (3M)

3KC18016AAAA

1646SMC Debug cable

3KC18114AAAA

3KC18100AAAA

120OHM TO 75OHM CONVERSION CABLE

3KC18101AAAA

1646SM/C SUBRACK GROUNDING CABLE

Board connector pin assignment and corresponding cable

This section provides board connector pin assignment and corresponding cable details.

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MB16P
Figure A-2 RJ-45 connector front view, including SYNC/EOW, F2/DBG, HK, LAN,
FE1~4 and FE 5~8

Figure A-3 RJ-45 connector

Table A-1

RJ-45 connector pin assignment and cable

Front Panel RJ-45

PIN

Description

Cable product code

SYNC/EOW

NC

3KC18009AAAA

NC

External clock input(+)

(RJ45 cable, other side


open)

EOW signal (not used)

EOW signal (not used)

External clock input(-)

External clock output(+)

External clock output(-)

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RJ-45 connector pin assignment and cable

(continued)

Front Panel RJ-45

PIN

Description

Cable product code

F2/DBG

DTR for modem(not used)

3KC18114AAAA

F2 receive signal(not used)

(1646SMC Debug cable)

F2 transmit signal(not used)

GND

X.25 receive signal(not


used)

X.25 transmit signal(not


used)

DBG_L receive signal

DBG_L transmit signal

HK input1(+)

3KC18009AAAA

HK input1(-)

HK input2(+)

(RJ45 Cable, other side


open)

HK input2(-)

HK input3(+)

HK input3(-)

HK output(+)

HK output(-)

Transmit signal (+)

3KC18010AAAA

Transmit signal (-)

(Ethernet cable)

Receive signal (+)

NC

NC

Receive signal (-)

NC

NC

FE Interface

Transmit signal (+)

3KC18010AAAA

(1~4, 5~8)

Transmit signal (-)

(Ethernet cable)

Receive signal (+)

GND

GND

Receive signal (-)

GND

GND

HK

LAN

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Figure A-4 E1/T1 connector ANEA96 front view

Two E1/T1 interface types are supported: 75Ohm and 120Ohm with different pin
definition and cable

MB16A and MB16B: 120Ohm E1/T1


MB16C and MB16D: 75Ohm E1/T1

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PE1A/B

Front Panel
Interface

PIN

PE1A

Same as MB16A/B

2 x ANEA96

Description

Cable product code


3KC180130005
3KC180130010
3KC180130015
3KC180130020
(21*2M*120Ohm cable)

PE1B
2 x ANEA96

Same as MB16C/D

3KC180120005
3KC180120010
3KC180120015
3KC180120020
(21*2M*75Ohm cable)

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P8FES

Front Panel RJ-45

PIN

Description

Cable product code

FE Interface

Transmit signal (+)

3KC18010AAAA

(1~8)

Transmit signal (-)

(Ethernet cable)

Receive signal (+)

GND

GND

Receive signal (-)

GND

GND

P3E3

Front Panel coaxial


connector

Description

Cable product code

1~3 IN

Coaxial connector

3KC18014AAAA

1~3 OUT

(E3/T3 cable 30m)

Cable information

Note: Connector pin with same number on both cable and board will be connected
together when assembly.

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Ethernet cable (3KC18010AAAA)

X1 RJ-45

X2 RJ-45

Color

Relation

White/Green

PAIR

Green

White/Orange

Orange

Blue

White/Blue

White/Brown

Brown

PAIR

PAIR

PAIR

RJ45 Cable, other side open (3KC18009AAAA)

X1 RJ-45

Color

Relation

Blue

PAIR

White

Orange

White

Green

White

Brown

White

PAIR

PAIR

PAIR

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21*2M*75Ohm cable (3KC180120005, 3KC180120010, 3KC180120015,


3KC180120020)

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Note: STARTPT parameter example X1.38, X1 means Anea96 connector, 38 means


pin number

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21*2M*120Ohm cable (3KC180130005, 3KC180130010, 3KC180130015,


3KC180130020)

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Note: STARTPT parameter example X1.38, X1 means Anea96 connector, 38 means


pin number.

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1646SMC Debug cable (3KC18114AAAA)

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Cable assembling instruction


Before you begin

This section describes how to assemble the SMB-75K4C3. The process shown below is
based on a typical E3 coaxial connector. The process in field may be different, if a
different coaxial connector is used.
Steps
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

The typical structure of E3 connector is shown in the following figure. A crimp tool is
necessary to complete the termination.

Figure A-5 Crimp ferrule

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Figure A-6 Crimp tool

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Strip the cable inner conductor, dielectric, drain wire, braid/AL-PET tape and jacket as
per Recommended cable stripping detail in the figure. Be careful not to damage the
braid, drain wire and inner conductor. Do not nick braid, drain wire and inner conductor
of cable.

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Figure A-7 Dimensions of cable stripping

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Insert the inner conductor into conductor PIN as show. Make sure the inner conductor of
cable is visible inside hole of conductor PIN. Crimp it with the crimp tool. Then slide the
ferrule onto the cable and flair braid to facilitate insertion of body.

...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Put on and slide the ferrule to the cable as shown in following figure. Then insert rear
post of connector main body between the dielectric and braid (included drain wire and
AL-PET tape)

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Dress braid and AL-PET tape evenly around rear post. Slide ferrule over braid until it
rests flush against main body.

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E...................................................................................................................................................................................................
N D O F S T E P S

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Install FTP server


Description

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services should be installed and administered by the local
customer organization responsible for workstation operations. Follow customer
guidelines.
This procedure can be used to determine if FTP service is running, install generic
Microsoft 2000 Professional, Internet Information Services (ISS) and/or configure a
generic FTP service. Customer guidelines can vary. Consult appropriate local
organization before installing any Microsoft products.
Procedure
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Is there currently a Microsoft FTP server set up on the local machine?


If yes, proceed to Step 2.
If unsure, proceed to Step 3.
If no, proceed to Step 18.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Is the Local Path information known?


If yes, proceed to Step 43.
If no, proceed to Step 3.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Note: Check if Microsoft FTP server is installed:


To open the Control Panel, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Double-click the Administrative Tools icon.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Double-click the Computer Management icon.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

In the Computer Management window, expand the Services and Applications node.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Is Internet Information Services listed?


If yes, proceed to Step 8.
If no, there is currently no FTP server installed. Close the Computer Management
window and proceed to Step 18.

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Select Internet Information Services.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

Is an FTP site listed in the details window?


If yes, proceed to Step 10.
If no, proceed to Step 18.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

10

FTP server is set up on local machine. Is current FTP site to be configured with the
Alcatel Lucent default configuration?
If yes, proceed to Step 34.
If no, proceed to Step 11.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

11

Right-click the FTP site and select Properties.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

12

Select the Home Directory tab.


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13

Write down the value entered for the Local Path for future use.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

14

Verify the Read and Write boxes are checked.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

15

Click OK.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

16

Close the Computer Management window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

17

Proceed to Step 43.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

18

Note: Install Microsoft FTP server software:


To open the Control Panel, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

19

Double-click Add/Remove Programs.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

20

On the left side of the Add/Remove Programs window, select Add/Remove Windows
Components.

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21

In the Add/Remove Windows Components window, highlight Internet Information


Services (IIS) and click the Details... button.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

22

Select the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server/Service checkbox.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

23

Click OK.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

24

In the Windows Components window, click Next to initiate the installation.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

25

As the installation continues, the user may be asked to provide Windows Media. Either
insert the disk or browse to location of files.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

26

In the completion window, click Finish.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

27

Close the Add/Remove Programs window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

28

Note: To configure FTP Site:


Open the Control Panel. Select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

29

Double-click on the Administrative Tools icon.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

30

Double-click on the Computer Management icon.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

31

In the Computer Management window, expand the Services and Applications node.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

32

Select the Internet Information Services node.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

33

Right-click Default FTP Site in the details window and select Properties.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

34

Select the Security Accounts tab.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

35

Uncheck the Allow Anonymous Connections box.

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36

If prompted, click Yes in the confirmation window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

37

Select the Home Directory tab.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

38

Under the FTP Site Directory pane, set the Local Path to where the NE database backups
and NE generic software is to be stored.
The Alcatel-Lucent preferred path is: C:/ALCATEL-LUCENT
Note: If selecting a different directory, note the location for future use.
Note: If input to set Local Path is not active, reboot PC to activate.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

39

Verify that the Read and Write check boxes are selected.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

40

Click OK.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

41

Close the Computer Management window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

42

Close the Administrative Tools window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

43

Note: To configure FTP user account:


To open the Control Panel, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

44

Double-click Users and Passwords. (For Windows XP, double-click User Accounts)
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

45

In the Users and Passwords/User Accounts window, select the Advanced tab.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

46

Under Advanced User Management, click the Advanced button.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

47

Right-click the Users node and select New User...


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

48

Enter the name gemftp for the username.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

49

Enter and confirm password.

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Note: Record this password for future reference and protect it to prevent unauthorized
use.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

50

Uncheck: User must change password at next login box.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

51

Check the User cannot change password and Password never expires boxes.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

52

Click Create.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

53

Click Close.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

54

Close the Local Users and Groups window.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

55

In the Users and Passwords/User Accounts window, click OK.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

56

Is PC running Windows XP Service Pack 2?


If yes, proceed to Step 57.
If no, proceed to Step 65.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

57

Note: To create exception for FTP port:


To open the Control Panel, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
...................................................................................................................................................................................................

58

Double-click the Windows Firewall icon.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

59

Click the Exceptions tab.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

60

Click the Add Port... button.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

61

In the name field, enter FTP.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

62

In the Port number field, enter 21.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

63

Click OK.

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64

Click OK to close the Windows Firewall box.


...................................................................................................................................................................................................

65

STOP! This procedure is complete.


E...................................................................................................................................................................................................
N D O F S T E P S

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List of SFPs
The following table lists the SFPs for the Alcatel-Lucent 1646 SMC.
Table A-2

List of SFPs

Part Number

Description

Category

1AB196340009

CWDM 1470NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340010

CWDM 1490NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340011

CWDM 1510NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340012

CWDM 1530NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340013

CWDM 1550NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340014

CWDM 1570NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340015

CWDM 1590NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196340016

CWDM 1610NM PIN SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350026

CWDM 1470NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350027

CWDM 1490NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350028

CWDM 1510NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350029

CWDM 1530NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350030

CWDM 1550NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350031

CWDM 1570NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350032

CWDM 1590NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB196350033

CWDM 1610NM APD SFP DDM

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB210170001

EL TRX SFP STM-1EL

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376350001

ALU SFP S-1.1 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376350002

ALU SFP L-1.1 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376350003

ALU SFP L-1.2 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376360001

ALU SFP S-4.1 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376360002

ALU SFP L-4.1 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376360003

ALU SFP L-4.2 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376370001

ALU SFP I-16.1 -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376370002

ALU SFP S-16.1 -5/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376370003

ALU SFP L-16.1 -5/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376370004

ALU SFP L-16.2 -5/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376720001

ALU SFP GBE SX -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376720002

ALU SFP GBE LX -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

1AB376720003

ALU SFP GBE ZX -40/+85

EL/OPT MODULES

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ACO

Alarm Cut Off


AFI

Authority and Format Identifier


AIS

Alarm Indication Signal


AS

Alarm Surveillance
ASAP

Alarm Severity Assignment Profile


ATTD

Attended (Alarm Storing)


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

B&W

Black and White


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

CD

Current Data
CD-ROM

Compact Disk Read Only Memory


Ch

Channel
CLEI

Common Language Equipment Identification


CLNP

Connection-Less Network Protocol


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CO

Centre Office
CPE

Customer Premise Equipment


CSF

Client Signal Fail


CT

Craft Terminal
CWDM

Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

DB

Database
DCC

Data Communication Channel


DCN

Data Communication network


DDM

Digital Diagnostic Monitoring


DMUX

Demultiplexing
DWDM

Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

E-SNCP

Electrical SubNetwork Connection Protection


EC

Equipment Controller
ECT

Equipment Craft Terminal


EEPROM

Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory


EMC

Electromagnetic Compatibility
ESC-LC

Low Cost Equipment and Shelf Controller


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ESD

Electrostatic Discharges
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

FPGA

Field Programmable Gate Array


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Gbit/s

Giga bit per second


GOSIP

Government Open System Interconnection Profile


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

HD

History Data
HDBK

Handbook
HDLC

High Level Data Link Control


HK

Housekeeping
HW

Hardware
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

I/O

Input/Output
IEC

International Electro-technical Commission


ILOS

Input Loss of Signal


IND

Indeterminate
IP

Internet Protocol
IS-IS

Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System


ISO

International Standard Organization


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ISSB

Intra Shelf Serial Bus


ITU-T

International Telecommunication Union -Telecommunication


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

LAN

Local Area Network


LAPD

Link Access Protocol D-Channel


LAT

Lamp Test
LED

Light Emitting Diode


LOC

Loss of Clock
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

MAC

Medium Access Control


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

NE

Network Element
NES

Network Element Synthesis


NSAP

Network Service Access Point


NTP

Network Time Protocol


NURG

Not Urgent
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

O-SNCP

Optical SubNetwork Connection Protection


OAD

Optical Add and Drop


OADM

Optical Add and Drop Multiplexer


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OCH

Optical Channel
OMDX

Optical Multiplexer and Demultiplexer


OMSP

Optical Multiplex Section Protection


OS

Operation System
OSC

Optical Supervisory Channel


OSI

Open System Interface


OSPF

Open Shortest Path First


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

PC

Personal Computer
PCB

Printed Circuit Board


PDU

Power Distribution Unit


PI

Physical Interface
PSC

Power Supply Card


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Q3

Interface with Protocol Q3


...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

RAM

Random Access Memory


RDI

Remote Defect Indication


RI

Remote Inventory
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RS

Regenerator Section
RX

Receiver
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

SC

Shelf Controller
SD

Shutdown
SDH

Synchronous Digital Hierarchy


SNCP

Sub-Network Connection Protection


SNMP

Simple Network Management Protocol


SPI

Serial Peripheral Interface


SSF

Server Signal Fail


SSFe

Server Signal Fail Egressing


SSFi

Server Signal Fail Ingressing


SWDL

Software Download
SWP

Software Product
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol


TMN

Telecommunication Management Network


TP

Termination Point
TSF

Trail Signal Fail


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TX

Transmitter
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

URU

Underlying Resource Unavailable

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Glossary
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Index

A alarm cables, 4-6

safety, 1-6

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safety instructions, 1-8

C cable installation, 4-1

warning label, 1-6

card
alignment, 1-15
extraction, 1-15
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D documentation set, x
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E electrostatic discharge, 1-9

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O optical telecommunication

equipment, 1-5
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P physical installation, 3-1

Caution to avoid Equipment


damage, 3-2
power installation, 4-1

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F fiber

S safety

cleaning procedure, A-3

laser product, 1-4

installation, 4-1

structure, 1-1

fiber optic cleaning, A-2

signal transmission cables, 4-8

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special tools, 2-4

G general safety, 1-14

standard compliance, 1-4

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system design, 1-6

H hazard level assignment, 1-5

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T test equipment, 2-4

IEC requirements, 1-4


installation
FTP server, A-24

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L laser

classes, 1-5
product classification, 1-4
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Issue 2 December 2011

Index
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Alcatel-Lucent Proprietary
1646 SMC
IN-2
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3KC18037ABABTQZZA Release 2.1
Issue 2 December 2011