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TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT User Manual

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Instructions TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT

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Important Notice on Product Safety

Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment. Some of the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures. Systems with forced ventilation have rotating items. Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal injury or in property damage. The system complies with the standard EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. All equipment connected has to comply with the applicable safety standards. Mount the systems in areas with restricted access only. Only trained and qualified personnel may install, operate, and maintain the systems.

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Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit In elektrischen Anlagen stehen zwangsläufig bestimmte Teile der Geräte unter Spannung. Einige Teile können auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen. Anlagen mit Zwangsbelüftung haben drehende Teile. Eine Nichtbeachtung dieser Situation und der Warnungshinweise kann zu Körperverletzungen und Sachschäden führen. Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. Angeschlossene Geräte müssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfüllen. Die Anlagen dürfen nur in Betriebsstätten mit beschränktem Zutritt aufgebaut werden. Die Anlagen dürfen nur durch geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal installiert, betrieben und gewartet werden.

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Contents

1

Notes on This Documentation

17

1.1

Customer Documentation

17

1.2

Complementary Documents

17

1.3

Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation

18

1.3.1

Symbol for Warnings

18

1.3.2

Symbols

for

Notes

18

1.3.3

Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs

18

1.4

Notes on Licensed Software

18

2

Introduction

19

3

Features

20

4

Hardware Configuration

22

5

Software Configuration

23

6

Installation

24

6.1

Route Configuration

24

6.2

Installing the LCT Software Package

28

6.3

Uninstalling the LCT Software Package

33

7

Starting and Shutting down TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

35

7.1

Starting TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

35

7.2

Shutting Down TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

37

8

Main Interface Features

38

8.1

Main

Window

38

8.1.1

Title Bar

38

8.1.2

Main Menu Bar

38

8.1.3

Work Area

42

8.2

Submenus (with Right Mouse Button Click)

42

8.2.1

MainBoard

Card

42

8.2.2

Ethernet Card

42

9

Security

and User Management

44

9.1

Security

Management

44

9.1.1

User

44

9.1.2

Group

49

9.1.3

View

53

9.2

Change Password

53

9.3

Lock

Screen

53

9.4

Lock Screen

Configuration

54

10

NE Configuration and Management

55

10.1

Chassis View

55

10.2

NE Property Configuration

55

10.3

Shutting down NE

57

10.4

NE Timing Setting

57

10.5

NE FTP Configuration

58

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10.6

NE Trap Destination Configuration

60

10.7

DCC Transparent Configuration

60

10.8

Embedded E1 DCC Configuration

61

10.9

NE Software Management

62

10.10

NE MIB Management

64

11

SDH Configuration and Management

66

11.1

Card Configuration and Management

66

11.1.1

Card

Properties Configuration

66

11.1.2

Synchronizing Card

67

11.1.3

Delete Card

68

11.1.4

Cold Reboot Card

68

11.2

SDH Port Configuration and Management

68

11.2.1

Port

Configuration

69

11.2.2

Port

Status

69

11.3

E1 Port Configuration and Management

70

11.4

Cross-Connect Management

71

11.4.1

Querying Current Cross-Connection

71

11.4.2

Adding a New Cross-Connection

72

11.4.3

Deleting a Connection

73

11.5

Terminal Point Configuration and Management

73

11.5.1

Querying Current Terminal Point

73

11.5.2

Terminal Point Mapping

76

11.6

Synchronization Management

79

11.6.1

Global Settings

79

11.6.2

Configuring the System Clock

80

11.6.3

Configuring the Reference

81

12

Ethernet Configuration and Management

83

12.1

Bridge Configuration

83

12.2

LAN Card Configuration and Management

84

12.2.1

LAN

Port Properties

84

12.2.2

VLAN Rate Limiting

85

12.2.3

CoS Configuration

86

12.3

WAN Port Configuration

86

12.4

VLAN Management

88

12.5

Egress Priority Weight Configuration

90

12.6

Static MAC Address Configuration

92

12.7

ACL Configuration

93

12.8

Group Broadcast Configuration

94

12.9

RSTP

Configuration

96

12.10

IGMP Snooping

98

13

Protection Management

100

13.1

SNCP Management

100

13.1.1

Viewing and Modifying SNCP

100

13.1.2

Creating SNCP

102

13.1.3

Deleting SNCP

102

13.1.4

Switching SNCP

103

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13.2

MSP Management

103

13.3

MSSPRING Management

106

13.3.1

Creating MSSPRing

107

13.3.2

Modifying MSSPRing

109

13.3.3

Deleting MSSPRing

112

14

DCN

Management

113

14.1

DCC

Management

113

14.2

OSI Configuration

114

14.3

MGMT Port RIP Configuration

115

14.4

IP Route Configuration

115

14.4.1

IP

Interface

115

14.4.2

IP

Static Route

116

14.4.3

IP Routing Table

119

14.5

OSPF

120

14.5.1

OSPF

General

120

14.5.2

OSPF

Areas

122

14.5.3

OSPF

Interfaces

124

14.5.4

OSPF Interface Metrics

126

14.5.5

OSPF

Neighbors

127

14.5.6

OSPF

LSDB

128

14.5.7

OSPF Ext LSDB

129

15

Maintenance

131

15.1

PRBS Test Management

131

15.1.1

Query Current PRBS Status of Ports

131

15.1.2

Set PRBS Testing

132

15.2

Loopback Test Management

133

15.2.1

Querying Loopback Status

133

15.2.2

Setting Loopback Test

133

15.3

LED Test

134

16

Performance Monitoring Management

135

16.1

Overview of Performance Monitoring

135

16.1.1

SDH Performance Monitoring

135

16.1.1.1

PM in Regeneration Section (G.829)

135

16.1.1.2

PM in Multiplex Section (G.829)

136

16.1.1.3

PM for HP/LP (High Order and Low Order Paths) (G.829)

137

16.1.1.4

PM for Pointer Justification Counts at Administrative Unit (G.707)

138

16.1.2

Data Performance Monitoring Parameters

139

16.2

SDH Performance Monitoring Management

139

16.2.1

Filter

Setting

140

16.2.1.1

TP Filter

141

16.2.1.2

Parameter Filter

142

16.2.2

Editing Monitored Parameter

143

16.2.3

Alarm Threshold

143

16.2.4

History SDH Performance

146

16.2.5

SDH Unavailable Periods

147

16.3

Ethernet Performance Monitoring Management

148

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16.3.1

Filter Setting

149

16.3.2

Editing Monitored Parameter

150

16.3.3

Ethernet PM Thresholds

150

16.3.4

History Ethernet Performance

153

16.3.5

5-Second Ethernet Performance

154

16.4

E1 Bit Slip Performance

156

16.4.1

Filter Setting

156

16.4.2

Editing Monitored Parameter

158

16.4.3

History E1 Bit Slip Performance

159

17

Alarm and Event Management

160

17.1

Overview of Alarms

160

17.2

NE Alarms

160

17.2.1

Current Alarms

160

17.2.2

Viewing Active Alarms

161

17.2.3

Reviewing the current alarms

162

17.2.4

Alarm Search

163

17.2.5

Viewing Alarm Detail

164

17.2.6

Acknowledging Current Alarms

165

17.2.7

Clearing Alarms

166

17.2.8

History Alarms

166

17.3

LED Indicators

169

17.4

Exporting

Alarms

170

17.4.1

Exporting Active Alarms to a File

170

17.4.2

Printing Active Alarms

172

17.5

Configuring Fault Management

174

17.5.1

Audio

Alarm Configuration

174

17.5.2

Alarm Type List Management

175

17.6

Alarm Configuration for Single NE

176

17.6.1

Alarm

Inhibit

Configuration

176

17.6.1.1

Alarm Inhibit Configuration for Single NE

176

17.6.1.2

Alarm Inhibit Configuration for Specific Port

177

17.6.2

Alarm Out Configuration

178

17.6.3

MDI/MDO Configuration

178

17.7

Displaying the Node Event Log

179

17.7.1

Interpreting the Node Event Log

180

17.7.2

Management Events

180

17.7.3

Hardware Events

181

17.7.4

Software Events

181

17.7.5

Event Search

182

17.8

Bit Slip Event Configuration

183

18

Resource and Database Management

184

18.1

NE Usage Statistics

184

19

How To …

185

19.1

Creating a TU12 Cross-Connection between E1 and STM-1

185

19.2

Configuring Layer 2 100Mbps Ethernet Service

188

19.3

Monitoring Current Performance of STM-1 Port

196

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19.4

Creating MSSPRing Protection for STM-4 Ring

200

19.5

Creating Multiplex-Section Protection between Two NEs

203

19.6

Creating SNCP Between Two NEs Using Two Ports of MainBoard

205

20

Abbreviations

209

21

Index

211

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Illustrations

Fig. 2.1

TNMS-M Series Products

19

Fig. 6.1

Open Hyper Terminal

24

Fig. 6.2

Hyper Terminal--Connection Description

25

Fig. 6.3

Hyper Terminal--Connect To

25

Fig. 6.4

Hyper Terminal--COM1 Properties

26

Fig. 6.5

CLI Window--Welcome to Login

26

Fig. 6.6

Main Menu

27

Fig. 6.7

IP Address Configuration

27

Fig. 6.8

Add Static Route Information

28

Fig. 6.9

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Welcome Screen

29

Fig. 6.10

License Agreement

29

Fig. 6.11

Select Destination Location

30

Fig. 6.12

Select Start Menu Folder

31

Fig. 6.13

Select Additional Tasks

31

Fig. 6.14

Ready to Install

31

Fig. 6.15

Installing

32

Fig. 6.16

Exit Setup

32

Fig. 6.17

Completing Setup

33

Fig. 6.18

Uninstall the Software from the Start Menu

33

Fig. 6.19

Dialog Box of Confirming the Uninstall Process

33

Fig. 6.20

Uninstall Status

34

Fig. 6.21

Completing the Uninstall Process

34

Fig. 7.1

Desktop Icon

35

Fig. 7.2

Start LCT from Start Menu

35

Fig. 7.3

Input NE IP Address

36

Fig. 7.4

LCT Login Window

36

Fig. 7.5

LCT Main Window

37

Fig. 8.1

Main Window

38

Fig. 9.1

Security Menu

44

Fig. 9.2

User Account Management

44

Fig. 9.3

Create New User

45

Fig. 9.4

New User Added View

46

Fig. 9.5

Select Groups

46

Fig. 9.6

User Profile

47

Fig. 9.7

Setting User Profile

47

Fig. 9.8

Permitted Operations for User

48

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Fig. 9.9

Operation Logs for User

49

Fig. 9.10

Change Passwords

49

Fig. 9.11

Create New Group

50

Fig. 9.12

New Group Added View

50

Fig. 9.13

Select Users

51

Fig. 9.14

Permitted operations for Group

51

Fig. 9.15

Assign Group Permissions

52

Fig. 9.16

Change Password

53

Fig. 9.17

Lock Screen

53

Fig. 9.18

LockScreen Config

54

Fig. 10.1

Chassis View

55

Fig. 10.2

NE Properties

56

Fig. 10.3

Shutdown NE

57

Fig. 10.4

Shutdown Information

57

Fig. 10.5

NE Time Settings

58

Fig. 10.6

FTP Setting

59

Fig. 10.7

FTP Root

59

Fig. 10.8

NE Trap Destination

60

Fig. 10.9

Confirmation

60

Fig. 10.10

DCC Transparency Configuration

61

Fig. 10.11

Embedded E1 DCC Configuration

61

Fig. 10.12

NE Software Management

62

Fig. 10.13

FTP Setting

62

Fig. 10.14

NE Software Switch Result Windows

63

Fig. 10.15

MIB Management

64

Fig. 10.16

FTP Setting

64

Fig. 11.1

Card Properties

66

Fig. 11.2

Synchronize Card

67

Fig. 11.3

SDH Port Properties

68

Fig. 11.4

E1 Port Properties

70

Fig. 11.5

Cross-Connect Management

71

Fig. 11.6

Create Cross-Connect

72

Fig. 11.7

Confirming for Deleting the Selected Cross-Connections

73

Fig. 11.8

TP Configuration (View 1 - As Presented)

74

Fig. 11.9

TP Configuration (View 2 - Engaged)

75

Fig. 11.10

TP Multiplexing Structure Query

76

Fig. 11.11

TP Multiplexing Structure, View 1

76

Fig. 11.12

TP Multiplexing Structure, View 2

77

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Fig. 11.13

Modify Mapping

77

Fig. 11.14

Synchronization Management, Timing Source of NE

79

Fig. 11.15

Global Settings

80

Fig. 11.16

System Clock, Switching Timing Sources

80

Fig. 11.17

Timing Source Reference Properties

81

Fig. 12.1

Bridge Properties

83

Fig. 12.2

LAN Port Configuration

84

Fig. 12.3

Rate Limit Config

85

Fig. 12.4

WAN Port Configuration

86

Fig. 12.5

Bandwidth Configuration

87

Fig. 12.6

VLAN Management

88

Fig. 12.7

Modify VLAN Based on VLAN

89

Fig. 12.8

Modify VLAN Based on Ports

90

Fig. 12.9

Egress Priority Weight Config

91

Fig. 12.10

Output Priority Algorithm Configuration

91

Fig. 12.11

Modify Priority Weight

92

Fig. 12.12

Static MAC Address Configuration

92

Fig. 12.13

Add MAC Address

93

Fig. 12.14

ACL Config

94

Fig. 12.15

Add ACL

94

Fig. 12.16

Group Broadcast Configuration

95

Fig. 12.17

Add MAC Address

96

Fig. 12.18

RSTP Properties Configuration

97

Fig. 12.19

Port RSTP Configuration

97

Fig. 12.20

IGMP Snooping – IP Multicast Group

98

Fig. 12.21

IGMP Snooping – Mac Multicast Group

98

Fig. 12.22

IGMP Snooping – Vlan Multicast Router

99

Fig. 13.1

SNCP Management

100

Fig. 13.2

SNCP Properties

101

Fig. 13.3

Create SNCP

102

Fig. 13.4

Delete SNCP

103

Fig. 13.5

SNCP Switch

103

Fig. 13.6

MSP Management

104

Fig. 13.7

MSP Property

105

Fig. 13.8

External Commands

105

Fig. 13.9

Create Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group

106

Fig. 13.10

MSSPRing Management

107

Fig. 13.11

Set Ring Property

107

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Fig. 13.12

Warning Window

108

Fig. 13.13

Create Ring

108

Fig. 13.14

Select Link Port

108

Fig. 13.15

Confirm to add protection

109

Fig. 13.16

MSSPRING List

109

Fig. 13.17

MSSPRing Property

110

Fig. 13.18

Command of MS SPRing

111

Fig. 13.19

Advanced Configuration

112

Fig. 13.20

Delete MSSPRing

112

Fig. 14.1

Port DCC Management

113

Fig. 14.2

OSI Configuration

114

Fig. 14.3

MGMT Port RIP Configuration

115

Fig. 14.4

IP Interface

116

Fig. 14.5

IP Static Route

117

Fig. 14.6

Add IP Static Route

118

Fig. 14.7

Edit IP Static Route

118

Fig. 14.8

IP Routing Table

119

Fig. 14.9

OSPF Submenu

120

Fig. 14.10

OSPF General

121

Fig. 14.11

OSPF Area

122

Fig. 14.12

Add OSPF Area

123

Fig. 14.13

Edit OSPF Area

124

Fig. 14.14

OSPF Interface

125

Fig. 14.15

OSPF Interface Metric

126

Fig. 14.16

OSPF Neighbor

127

Fig. 14.17

OSPF Link State Database

128

Fig. 14.18

OSPF External Link State Database

129

Fig. 15.1

PRBS Test Management

131

Fig. 15.2

PRBS Setting

132

Fig. 15.3

Loopback Test Management

133

Fig. 15.4

Loopback Test Configure

134

Fig. 15.5

LED Test

134

Fig. 16.1

SDH Current Performance

140

Fig. 16.2

Monitor Point Filter

141

Fig. 16.3

Select Terminal Point

142

Fig. 16.4

Edit Properties of Performance Monitor

143

Fig. 16.5

Alarm Threshold

144

Fig. 16.6

SDH History Performance

146

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Fig. 16.7

SDH Unavailable Periods

147

Fig. 16.8

Select Terminal Point

147

Fig. 16.9

Ethernet Current Performance

148

Fig. 16.10

Monitor Point Filter

149

Fig. 16.11

Select Port

149

Fig. 16.12

Edit Properties of Monitored Parameter

150

Fig. 16.13

1 Second Ethernet Thresholds

151

Fig. 16.14

Monitor Point Filter

151

Fig. 16.15

Select Ports

152

Fig. 16.16

Selected Ports

152

Fig. 16.17

Edit Properties of Performance Monitor

153

Fig. 16.18

Ethernet History Performance

154

Fig. 16.19

5 Second Ethernet Performance

155

Fig. 16.20

Select Port

155

Fig. 16.21

Current E1 Bit-Slip Performance

156

Fig. 16.22

Monitor Point Filter

157

Fig. 16.23

Select Port

157

Fig. 16.24

Selected Ports

158

Fig. 16.25

Edit Properties of Performance Monitor

158

Fig. 16.26

History E1 Bit Slip Performance

159

Fig. 17.1

Open Active Alarms from Main Menu

161

Fig. 17.2

Open Active Alarms from Right-click Menu

161

Fig. 17.3

Alarm Count by Severity

162

Fig. 17.4

Active Alarms

162

Fig. 17.5

Alarm Search

163

Fig. 17.6

Alarm Source Config

164

Fig. 17.7

Alarm Detail

165

Fig. 17.8

Acknowledge Alarm

165

Fig. 17.9

Acknowledge Comments

166

Fig. 17.10

Clear Alarm

166

Fig. 17.11

Open History Alarms from Main Menu

167

Fig. 17.12

Open History Alarms from Right-click Menu

167

Fig. 17.13

History Alarms

167

Fig. 17.14

Alarm Search

168

Fig. 17.15

Alarm Source Config

169

Fig. 17.16

Report Alarm

170

Fig. 17.17

Report Window

171

Fig. 17.18

Print Preview

171

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Fig. 17.19

Save File

172

Fig. 17.20

Print Window

172

Fig. 17.21

Report Alarm Preview

173

Fig. 17.22

Print Setup

173

Fig. 17.23

Open Alarm Audio Configure from Main Menu

174

Fig. 17.24

Audio Alarm Config

174

Fig. 17.25

Open Alarm Type List Management from Main Menu

175

Fig. 17.26

Alarm Type List Management

175

Fig. 17.27

Modify Property of Alarm

176

Fig. 17.28

Alarm Inhibit Configuration – for NE

177

Fig. 17.29

Alarm Inhibit Configuration – for port

177

Fig. 17.30

Alarm Out Configuration

178

Fig. 17.31

MDI/MDO Configuration

179

Fig. 17.32

Events

180

Fig. 17.33

Event Search

182

Fig. 17.34

Event Search Result

183

Fig. 17.35

Bit Slip Event Configuration

183

Fig. 18.1

NE SDH Resource Usage Statistics

184

Fig. 19.1

Cross Connections Management Menu

185

Fig. 19.2

Cross Connections Management

185

Fig. 19.3

Create Cross Connections

186

Fig. 19.4

Create Cross Connections

187

Fig. 19.5

Bridge Configuration Menu

188

Fig. 19.6

Bridges Properties

188

Fig. 19.7

LAN Port Configuration

189

Fig. 19.8

WAN Port Config

190

Fig. 19.9

Bandwidth Configuration

191

Fig. 19.10

VLAN Management

192

Fig. 19.11

VLAN Config

193

Fig. 19.12

Query VLAN Information

194

Fig. 19.13

Create Cross-Connect

195

Fig. 19.14

Cross-Connect Management

195

Fig. 19.15

Current SDH Performance Menu

196

Fig. 19.16

SDH Current Performance

196

Fig. 19.17

Monitor Point Filter

197

Fig. 19.18

Select Terminal Point

198

Fig. 19.19

Monitor Point Filter

198

Fig. 19.20

SDH Current Performance

199

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Fig. 19.21

MSSPRing Management

200

Fig. 19.22

Set Ring Property

200

Fig. 19.23

Warning Window

201

Fig. 19.24

Create Ring

201

Fig. 19.25

Select Link Port

202

Fig. 19.26

Confirm to add protection

202

Fig. 19.27

MSSPRING List

202

Fig. 19.28

Point-to-point System

203

Fig. 19.29

MSP Management

203

Fig. 19.30

Create Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group

204

Fig. 19.31

MSP Management

204

Fig. 19.32

SNCP Example

205

Fig. 19.33

SNCP Management

206

Fig. 19.34

Create and Config SNCP

207

Fig. 19.35

SNCP Protection in NE A

207

Fig. 19.36

SNCP Switch

208

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Tables

Tab. 3.1

Feature List

21

Tab. 4.1

Minimum Hardware Requirements of TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

22

Tab. 8.1

Main Menu Structure

42

Tab. 10.1

NE Properties

56

Tab. 10.2

NE Software Management Window Field Description

62

Tab. 11.1

Card Properties Window Field Description

67

Tab. 11.2

Port Configuration

69

Tab. 11.3

Port Status

70

Tab. 11.4

TP Management Parameters

75

Tab. 11.5

Tributary (Trib#) to KLM to Timeslot (TS#) Numbers Mapping

78

Tab. 13.1

SNCP Properties

101

Tab. 15.1

PRBS Test Pattern

132

Tab. 16.1

Regenerator Section SES threshold xx% (for BIP-8)

136

Tab. 16.2

Defects Resulting in a Near-end Severely Errored Second

136

Tab. 16.3

Defects resulting in a Far-end Severely Errored Second

136

Tab. 16.4

Multiplex Section SES threshold xx% (For BIP-1)

137

Tab. 16.5

Defects Resulting in a Near-end Severely Errored Second

137

Tab. 16.6

Defects Resulting in a Far-end Severely Errored Second

138

Tab. 16.7

Path Overhead Section SES Threshold xx% (For BIP-2, BIP-8)

138

Tab. 16.8

PM Management Functions

140

Tab. 16.9

Default Value and Value Range for a Fixed 15-minute Period

145

Tab. 16.10

Default value and Value Range for a Fixed 24-hour Period

145

Tab. 16.11

Maximum Records number of History Performance

146

Tab. 16.12

Primary Ethernet PM Function

148

Tab. 17.1

Active Alarms information

163

Tab. 17.2

LED Status

170

Tab. 17.3

Management Events

181

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Hardware Events

181

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1 Notes on This Documentation

1.1 Customer Documentation

The Customer Documentation of the SURPASS hiT 7020 comprises the following descriptions and manuals:

Technical Manual The Technical Manual gives an overview of the application, performance features, interfaces, and functions of the SURPASS hiT 7020. It also contains the most important technical data.

The Technical Manual does not contain any instructions to operate the product.7020. It also contains the most important technical data. • Installation and Test Manual The Installation

Installation and Test Manual The Installation and Test Manual ITMN contains instructions on mounting, connecting, and commissioning the SURPASS hiT 7020, as well as connecting and commissioning the LCT operating terminals.

Troubleshooting Manual The Troubleshooting Manual provides information about the supported alarm list and troubleshooting procedures for the SURPASS hiT 7020.

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual The LCT User Manual provides information about the LCT (features, configuration, installation, etc.) and how to operate, monitor, and maintain the SURPASS hiT 7020 using the Element Manager software (Application Software) running on the LCT.

Besides the LCT User Manual, the Online Help of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT software is of high importance for the user. Online Help of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT software is of high importance for the user.

1.2 Complementary Documents

In addition to the SURPASS hiT 7020 customer documentation listed in Chapter 1.1, there is further documentation:

SURPASS hiT 7020 Release Note This document identifies the specific version of the SURPASS hiT 7020 and provides information on HW, SW, LCT components and the limitations of the release as well as important notes concerning the customer documentation.

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1.3 Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation

1.3.1 Symbol for Warnings

This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in personal injury or in permanent damage to the equipment. can result in personal injury or in permanent damage to the equipment.

1.3.2 Symbols for Notes

Information which extends beyond the immediate context.permanent damage to the equipment. 1.3.2 Symbols for Notes Help Cross reference to other chapters in

Information which extends beyond the immediate context. Help Cross reference to other chapters in this manual

Help

Cross reference to other chapters in this manual or reference to other manuals.

Reference to the online help system of the Element Manager software.

1.3.3 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs

Menu options from pop-up menus or inputs from the user (texts, commands) are displayed consecutively in their hierarchical sequence in pointed brackets:

<Menu> <Menu item> <Command text> <Parameter> etc.

1.4 Notes on Licensed Software

This documentation refers to software products which were taken over from other companies as licenses.

Should problems arise, the user should contact Siemens AG as the licensee and not the relevant licenser.

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Introduction

TNMS-M series products are network management system which are used to manage and maintain MSTP network elements built by SURPASS hiT series products.

The TNMS-M series network management system products include TNMS-M LCT and TNMS-M. (See Fig. 2.1)

Fig. 2.1

Other Vendor’s OSS

CORBA/TMF814and TNMS-M. (See Fig. 2.1) Fig. 2.1 Other Vendor’s OSS NCI TNMS-M TNMS-M LCT SNMP SNMP

NCI

NCI TNMS-M
NCI TNMS-M

TNMS-M

TNMS-M LCT

SNMP

Vendor’s OSS CORBA/TMF814 NCI TNMS-M TNMS-M LCT SNMP SNMP SURPASS NETWORK ELEMENTs (hiT 7060HC, 7060, 7030,

SNMP

SURPASS NETWORK ELEMENTs

(hiT 7060HC, 7060, 7030, 7020…)

TNMS-M Series Products

TNMS-M LCT (Local Craft Terminal) provides an NE level TNMS-M based management function and GUI. One TNMS-M LCT application can only connect and manage one NE at one time. The interface between TNMS-M LCT and NE is SNMP based. Different types of network elements correspond to different types of LCT, which are mainly used for on-site management and maintenances.

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT is an element management system for a single NE, which is designed to provide comprehensive fault, configuration, performance management functions for the SURPASS hiT 7020 product line.

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Features

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT features are listed in Tab. 3.1.

Feature

Description

 

Java-based user interface to connect NEs

Java-Based User Interface

A Chassis View showing the front faceplate of the equipment

Color-coded LEDs to indicate NE status

Consistency and Data Synchronization

Uploads data from the actual NE to update the management information for the NE in the LCT

Ensures all status information and data in the LCT are consistent with the actual NE

Network Element Control

Enables NE software updates and download from the LCT

Redundant images of the embedded software are stored in an NE, one active and one backup which can be switched and activated by the LCT

NE warm reboot and cold reboot can be controlled by the LCT

Configuration Management

View/synchronize/delete/modify Circuit-pack attributes

View/synchronize/modify port attributes

TP configuration and management, including viewing/synchronizing/modifying TP attributes and TP multiplexing structure configuration

SDH Cross-Connect configuration and management

Timing configuration and management, including selecting the timing reference for system clock, modifying/viewing timing reference of the NE’s system clock, and configuring the timing reference for the station clock

Virtual concatenation configuration and management

LCAS configuration

Ethernet VLAN configuration

Ethernet Class of Service configuration

Rapid spanning trees management

Rate limiting configuration for the Ethernet port

Broadcast storm control

Multicast management

IP route configuration

OSPF parameter configuration

OSI-light parameter configuration

Protection and Redundancy

Supports MSP protection management

Supports SNCP/I protection management

 

Supports Ethernet RSTP protection management

Supports MS-SPRing(STM-4) protection management

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Description

Performance Management

Supports monitored performance TPs and parameters selection.

Supports current performance management

Supports history performance management

Maintenance

Loopback Configuration for testing

LED test

 

PRBS Test Maintenance

AIS/RDI Insertion Test Management

Fault Management

Collects, displays, and manages SURPASS hiT 7020 fault messages (including NE, card, port and TP related messages)

Supports color coded alarms to indicate alarm severity level

Supports active alarm synchronization

Event Management

Supports NE related event management

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4 Hardware Configuration

The TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT software can run on the following operating system:

Microsoft Windows based operating system

The minimum hardware requirements of TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT are listed in Tab.

4.1.

Configuration

Hardware Requirement

Windows-Based Computer

1.6 GHz Pentium-4 Processor

512M RAM

1 × 20GB Hard Disk

TP Ethernet 10/100BASE-T Networking Port

Graphic Card with 1024 × 768 resolution (75Hz refresh for Desktop; 60-Hz refresh for Notebook)

Color Monitor (17’’ for Desktop; 14’’ TFT for Notebook)

Tab. 4.1

Minimum Hardware Requirements of TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

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5 Software Configuration

The following operating system and software package are required to install and run the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT.

Microsoft Windows based operating system

Windows 2000 Professional operating system, or

Windows XP Professional operating system

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Installation

6.1 Route Configuration

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TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT manages NEs based on TCP/IP addresses. Therefore, the user must set a static route to enable the LCT system to find the NE. Before setting the route, ensure that the console port and the MGMT port of the user’s computer are connected with the peer ports of SURPASS hiT 7020.

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT only supports NE management through the MGMT port.

1. Click <Start> <Programs> <Accessories> <Communications> <Hyper Terminal>

to open the <New Connection: Hyper Terminal> window. (See Fig. 6.1)

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Open Hyper Terminal

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2. In the <Connection Description> window, enter the user name in the <Name> field and

click <OK>.

name in the <Name> field and click <OK>. Fig. 6.2 Hyper Term inal--Connection Description 3. In

Fig. 6.2

Hyper Terminal--Connection Description

3. In the <Connect To> window, choose <COM1> (or the computer’s connected console

port) in the <Connect using> drop-down menu and click <OK>.

using> drop-down menu and click <OK>. Fig. 6.3 Hyper Terminal--Connect To A42022-L5966-B

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4. In the <COM1 Properties> window, click <Restore Defaults> and click <OK>.

click <Restore Defaults> and click <OK>. Fig. 6.4 Hyper Te rminal--COM1 Properties 5. Input a few

Fig. 6.4

Hyper Terminal--COM1 Properties

5. Input a few <Enter> and the CLI interface window will appear as follows. (See Fig. 6.5)

Input the user name and the password, and then press <Enter>. The user name is <root> and

the password is left blank.

user name is <root> and the password is left blank. Fig. 6.5 CLI Window--Welcome to Login

Fig. 6.5

CLI Window--Welcome to Login

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6. The Main Menu will appear. (See Fig. 6.6)

User Manual 6. The Main Menu will appear. (See Fig. 6.6) Fig. 6.6 Main Menu 7.

Fig. 6.6

Main Menu

7. IP Address Configuration

Press <I> from the Main Menu to configure the node IP address, the management port IP address, the management port subnet mask, and the default gateway for the management port.

The user can select options 1 to 4 to configure the special IP addresses based on his/her needs.

igure the special IP addr esses based on his/her needs. Fig. 6.7 IP Address Configuration Click

Fig. 6.7

IP Address Configuration

Click <Start><Programs><Accessories><Command Prompt> to open the <Command Prompt> window, and then use the <route add [destination] [mask netmask] [gateway] [-p]> command to enter the static route information. For example, enter the command <route add 192.168.16.243 mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.12.243 –p> to add the static route information into the user’s computer. This means the added route’s IP address is

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192.168.16.243, the mask is 255.255.255.255, and the gateway is 192.168.12.243. (See Fig.

6.8)

Note: The user can use the <route /help> command to get more information about the <route> command.

to get more information about the <route> command. Fig. 6.8 Add Static Route Information 6.2 Installing

Fig. 6.8

Add Static Route Information

6.2 Installing the LCT Software Package

After selecting the SURPASS hiT serial products, Siemens post sales engineers and technical support technicians will help to complete selecting and installing hardware and software based on requirements. A TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT installation CD will be provided. Install the LCT software package from the provided CD using the program’s wizard mode on any qualified operating system.

An example of how to install the LCT software package is given below:

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1. Double-click the TNMS_M_SURPASS_hiT 7020_R32Lxxx_setup.exe icon (note that the

xxx is the load number of the LCT installation software.) A welcome screen will appear. (See Fig. 6.9) Click <Next> to continue.

appear. (See Fig. 6.9) Click <Next> to continue. Fig. 6.9 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Welcome

Fig. 6.9

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Welcome Screen

2. In the <License Agreement> window, choose <I accept the agreement>, and click

<Next> to continue.

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3. Accept the default destination location, and click <Next> to continue. (See Fig. 6.11)

Note: The TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT software will be installed by default in the

%SystemDrive%\Siemens\hiT 7020 folder. (%SystemDrive% specifies the drive letter of the hard disk drive containing the Windows operating system.) For example: If Windows is installed in Drive C, the software will be installed in the C:\Siemens\hiT 7020 folder.

Note: two continuous blanks can’t exist in install folder name, otherwise, some function of system will run abnormally.

otherwise, some function of system will run abnormally. Fig. 6.11 Select Destination Location 4. Accept the

Fig. 6.11

Select Destination Location

4. Accept the default Start Menu folder location, and click <Next> to continue. (See Fig.

6.12)

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Fig. 6.12

Select Start Menu Folder

5. In the <Select Additional Tasks> window, there are two options: 1) <Create a desktop

icon> and 2) <Create a Quick Launch icon>. The default option is 1), but both options may be

selected. Click <Next> after selecting.

may be selected. Click <Next> after selecting. Fig. 6.13 Select Additional Tasks 6. After reviewing

Fig. 6.13

Select Additional Tasks

6. After reviewing installation choices, click <Install> to proceed or <Back> to go back and

make changes.

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7. Next the software will be installed. (See Fig. 6.15)

7. Next the software will be installed. (See Fig. 6.15) Fig. 6.15 Installing 8. If at

Fig. 6.15

Installing

8. If at any of the 7 steps above you wish to stop the installation process, click <Cancel>

and the <Exit Setup> window will appear. (See Fig. 6.16) Click <Yes> to exit setup. Click

<No> to continue the installation process.

Click <No> to continue the installation process. Fig. 6.16 Exit Setup 9. To finish the installation,

Fig. 6.16

Exit Setup

9. To finish the installation, click <Finish>. It is recommended that do not select the option

<Launch TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT>.

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Fig. 6.17

Completing Setup

6.3 Uninstalling the LCT Software Package

1. Click <Start>, select <Programs>, select <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT R3.2>, and

click <Uninstall TNMS-M hiT 7020 LCT R3.2>.

and click <Uninstall TNMS-M hiT 7020 LCT R3.2>. Fig. 6.18 Uninstall the Software from the Start

Fig. 6.18

Uninstall the Software from the Start Menu

2. Select <Yes> to remove TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 R3.1 LCT. (See Fig. 6.19)

to remove TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 R3.1 LCT. (See Fig. 6.19) Fig. 6.19 Dialog Box of

Fig. 6.19

Dialog Box of Confirming the Uninstall Process

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3. If <Yes> is selected, an <Uninstall Status> window will appear. (Fig. 6.20)

<Uninsta ll Status> window will appear. ( Fig. 6.20) Fig. 6.20 Uninstall Status 4. After the

Fig. 6.20

Uninstall Status

4. After the uninstalling is complete, a confirmation window box will appear. Click <OK> to

finish the uninstall process. Some items could not be removed automatically, but can be removed manually from the installation folder (%SystemDrive%\Siemens\hiT 7020 by default).

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Fig. 6.21

Completing the Uninstall Process

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7 Starting and Shutting down TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

7.1 Starting TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

After the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT software is installed, there are two methods to start the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT:

Option 1:

If the <Create a desktop icon> option is selected during the installation process, a <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT> icon will appear on Desktop. (See Fig. 7.1) Double-click the icon to start the LCT program.

Fig. 7.1) Double-click the icon to start the LCT program. Fig. 7.1 Desktop Icon Option 2:

Fig. 7.1

Desktop Icon

Option 2:

Select <Start> <Programs> <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT>, and click the <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 LCT> icon to start the LCT program. (See Fig. 7.2)

3.2 LCT> icon to start the LCT program. (See Fig. 7.2) Fig. 7.2 Start LCT from

Fig. 7.2

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Then the LCT program will start. (See Fig. 7.3) The use needs to input the NE IP address which can be communicated with.

to input the NE IP address which can be communicated with. Fig. 7.3 Input NE IP

Fig. 7.3

Input NE IP Address

After a few seconds, the LCT login window will appear. (See Fig. 7.4) Input LCT’s Login Name, Password and NE’s IP Address. Then click <Connect>.

and NE’s IP Address. Then click <Connect>. Fig. 7.4 LCT Login Window For example, the user

Fig. 7.4

LCT Login Window

For example, the user can login TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT using account:

Login Name: root

Password: public

The password can be changed in the LCT program.

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II. There is no READ/WRITE access control policy implemented between TNMS-M and the LCT program.

After successfully connecting to the NE, the LCT main window will appear. (See Fig. 7.5)

to the NE , the LCT main window will appear. (See Fig. 7.5) Fig. 7.5 LCT

Fig. 7.5

LCT Main Window

7.2 Shutting Down TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT

There are two methods to shut down TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT:

Option 1: Click the <X> at top right of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT main window.

Option 2: Click <System><Exit>.

A confirmation window will appear. Click <Yes> to confirm the shutdown request.

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8 Main Interface Features

8.1 Main Window

The main window (See Fig. 8.1) consists of the following elements:

Title Bar

Main Menu Bar

Work Area

Title Bar Main Menu Bar Work Area
Title Bar
Main Menu Bar
Work Area

Fig. 8.1

Main Window

8.1.1 Title Bar

The title bar is located at the top of the main window (See Fig. 8.1)

The title bar contains:

A special window symbol to the far left.

The type designation of the network element.

8.1.2 Main Menu Bar

The main menu bar is located at the top of the main window, below the title bar (See Fig. 8.1).

It contains the main menu options.

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The drop-down menu items will be changed when different object (for example: an NE, a card, or a port) is selected in chassis view. or a port) is selected in chassis view.

Before the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT is connected to the NE, the main menu bar only shows three drop-down menus: <System>, <Security>, and <Help>.

System