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Pre-requisites for Configuring a Traffic Node

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Internet Explorer 6.0 with JVM plug-in is installed on your Laptop. In the Internet Options, there should not be any proxy server defined in LAN settings. Remove all such entries. Make sure that the IP address of your laptop is defined as follows: 10.0.0.2 with Sub Net mask 255.255.255.0 A Ethernet Cross-Cable should be available. Mini-Link Serial cable should be available MSM 6.3 or a later version is installed on your laptop. IP Addressing plan is available for that Network. Mini-Link TN Id Addressing plan is also available.

Hardware Layout for AMM-6P

- The NPU card should be installed on the slot-7 only. This is mandatory -The MMU can be installed on any of the remaining slots. - If you are planning to have a 1+1 protected hop make sure that you have installed the SMU2 and MMU2 cards as shown above. No other configuration is possible for 1+1.

Initial Commissioning for Traffic Node


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Insert all the Cards in the Traffic Node magazine. Check the DC connector and verify that you are getting appropriate voltage with correct polarity. Power-ON the system . During system start-up all the 3 LED on NPU card will glow. When all the 3LEDs are lit on the NPU card , press the BR button on the NPU card once. After 30-60 seconds you will see that the Orange LED on NPU card starts blinking, and the Green LED is continuously ON. Now connect your laptop to the NPU card Ethernet Connector with a cross- Ethernet cable. Open a Internet Explorer Browser and enter the following IP address in its address bar : 10.0.0.1 ; press Enter. The page will start loading and you will see the Traffic node setup

If you see this page, it means that you have entered the Node Installation Mode !!! Click the Manual Configuration link on this page.

Click the Perform Software Upgrade link .

Not required to do any thing here, unless you want to do a software upgrade. Just press the Next link.

Click the Configure Basic Security link !!! It will allow you to setup passwords for the default users that are available. Do not make any changes, simply click Next in the subsequent page that appears.

Click the Configure DCN link !

Give a unique Name for the Node.

I.P.add + subnet Mask should be unique for each node OSPF Enable & OSPF Area Id should be entered as required

Never Forget to click Apply after you input all the values. Select Advanced Configuration after that .

This page is an example of what values you should input .

SNMP manager info can be set here if you have the details.

Enter the current Date & Time here Click Apply & then Next

Click this link

Do not do any changes, just press Next.

Click finish Installation to complete the Initial installation setup.

Once you click Apply the changes will take effect, and Node will restart

This page has important information. Please read it carefully, and note down the IP address that appears on the above comment. You will be required to change the IP address of your Laptop after you read this page. Make sure that the IP address that you have entered during the Installation Mode is the same as displayed on this page. You will need it, to gain access to this node again.

Close the I.E browser and open it again, after you have set the new IP address on your laptop. Enter the new IP address in the address bar. You will get a login prompt. Enter User id: control_user and Passwd: ericsson This will display the current page with a AMM Setup. Make sure that you see all the Cards that are inserted in the Magazine.

Once you Log-in to the system , you will come to this Home Page, where you can see the Magazine Layout.

Once you are at this screen, it is advisable to connect to the MMU with RS-232 cable and do the commissioning for the MMU and RAU. For this you will have to launch the MSM 6.3 application. Configure the Hop as you would do for a normal ML-E Hop. Perform this activity for all the MMU in that Magazine.

* Traffic Routing should be strictly done after this activity only !!!!

For Traffic Routing press the Configuration Tab on the menu-bar

Once you log-in you will come to the

In the Configuration Window , select the Traffic Routing tab

Select Two different cards here. One card on each axis; so that Traffic routing can be done between those two cards. After selecting one card on each Axis press List View.

Here u will see the available free E1s on each card. Select one E1 on each axis to create a connection between them. Press Create . You will be prompted to enter a Name for the Cross-connection that you have done. Repeat this process for each connection that you need to do. Once the connections are made you will see them here

Remember, all the cross-connections are at E1 level only 1. Connections to NPU card are to be done only when you want to extract the traffic out of the Traffic node and terminate somewhere else. OR if you want to input Traffic to any MMU. When you want to make a traffic through from one direction to other, the connections are to be made directly between two MMUs, and not via the NPU card. When you select the cards for making cross-connections the naming nomenclature is MMU2 4-34 1/2 ; which implies it is MMU card in Traffic Node Magazine :1 and it is located on slot-2. NPU card should always be installed on slot-7. So you will see the label for NPU as NPU 8x2 1/7 in the Traffic Routing window. Depending on the Traffic Capacity of the MMU, you will see the Number of free E1s available for cross-connections in Interface List View window, for that specific card NPU /MMU .

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E1 naming convention is E1 1/2/1 1.1.2 which implies, E1 of 1st magazine, card on slot-2 , baseband-1 of that card and 1.1.2 is the E1 number, which is 2nd E1 of that band. E.g. E1 1/3/1 1.4.4 implies, magazine 1, card on slot-3 , baseband-1, and E1: 16th of that band.

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Depending on the Traffic capacity of the card, you will see the number of available free E1s for cross-connections. The naming convention is self-explanatory. Connections can be renamed or deleted as well.

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