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AN-100U / AN-100UX -- SU-O



Quick Test Guide
This step-by-step guide is designed to help you quickly configure and test the AN-100U / AN-100UX base
station with an SU-O outdoor subscriber. Using the minimum number of steps required, you will configure the
RF parameters, setup service flows, align the subscriber antenna, and pass user traffic over-the-air.
1. Install Base Station and Subscriber
This Quick Test guide should
be used after the system
hardware components have
been installed.
Installation Guidelines
Refer to the Installation
Guidelines for safety, cabling,
power, lightning protection,
grounding, and other
installation details.
User Manual
Refer to the User Manual for
safety, detailed operating
instructions, and specifications.
2. Configure PC #1
Set IP address of PC #1. All IP
addresses in this procedure
must use same subnet.
IP address:
192.168.101.10
Net Mask:
255.255.255.0
Record the MAC address of
PC #1. The MAC address is
required later in this procedure
to create service flow
classifiers. Open a command
prompt on PC #1 and enter the
following command to display
the MAC address:
>ipconfig /all
3. Configure Base Station
Use a standard (straight-though) Ethernet cable to connect PC #1 to the Data port of the base station. Start the
Web browser and enter the factory default URL. Login to the base station (factory default values shown):
http://192.168.101.3
User Name: admin
Password: admin
Set the base station RF parameters by clicking the Wireless Interface link (left side of screen).
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Set the base station RF frequency. If the final deployment frequencies are known, enter these values.
Otherwise, set to a free channel within the allowed licensed frequency range for the radio type.
RF DL Channel [kHz]: (e.g., 3660000 for a 3.6-3.8 radio)
Set the base station Channel Size and Guard interval:
Channel Size [MHz]: 3.5
Guard Interval: 1/4
Locate the button at the bottom of the screen. If the button is labeled Enable RF then click this button to enable
operation of the radio (label will change to Disable RF ).
Click the Save button to save changes in non-volatile memory.
Click the Reboot button to make these changes effective.
4. Configure PC #2
Set the IP address of PC #2:
IP address: 192.168.101.11
Net Mask 255.255.255.0
Record the MAC address of PC #2 (required later in this procedure). Open a command prompt on the PC and
enter the following command to display the MAC address:
>ipconfig /all
5. Configure the Subscriber
Use a crossover type Ethernet cable to connect PC #2 to the DATA IN port of the PoE power injector.
Open a command prompt window on PC #2. Start a telnet session and login to the subscriber (factory default
values shown):
>telnet 192.168.101.1
User Name: admin
Password: admin
Set Subscriber RF Settings
Display the subscriber transmit and receive settings.
SUO#> show rfConfig
Clear the RF range settings.
SUO#> set rfConfig LoRfFreq1 0
SUO#> set rfConfig HiRfFreq1 0
Set the subscriber RF frequency. If the final deployment frequencies are known, enter these values. Otherwise,
set to a free channel within the allowed licensed frequency range for the radio type. (must match base station
RF setting in Step 3).
SUO#> set rfConfig HiRfFreq1 (e.g., 3700000 for a 3.6-3.8 radio)
SUO#> set rfConfig LoRfFreq1 (e.g., 3700000 for a 3.6-3.8 radio)
Display the subscriber physical-layer settings.
SUO#> show phyConfig
Set the Bandwidth to match the base station Channel Size.
SUO#> set phyConfig Bandwidth 3500
Set the CyclicPrefix to match the base station Guard Interval.
SUO#> set phyConfig CyclicPrefix 4
Reboot the subscriber to make these changes effective.
SUO#> reboot
Read Subscriber MAC Address
Record the subscriber MAC address (required later in this procedure). Enter the following command to display
the subscriber MAC address:
SUO#> show interfaces
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6. Align the Subscriber Antenna
Enter the following command
on PC #2 to monitor
subscriber RF signals.
SUO#> monitor
Snr: Signal quality in (dB)
RfRssi: Signal strength (dBm)
Aim the subscriber antenna
towards the base station and
then adjust the antenna
position to achieve the
highest possible Snr and
RfRssi values.
Record the final RfRssi and
CINR values for future
reference. Use the following
command to display the
CINR:
SUO#> show detectedBs
The subscriber should now be
registered with the base
station.

7. Add a Service Class, Service Flows, and Classifiers
User traffic can not be transmitted over-the-air until service flows have been setup on the base station. You
must setup and configure the following: subscriber definition, service class, upstream and downstream service
flows, and classifiers for each service flow. Default settings may be used for all fields not specified.
Add a Subscriber
The base station will only
register subscribers with
known MAC addresses.
Click the Subscribers link on the base station GUI and enter the following values:
Subscriber Mac: 00:00:00:00:00:00 (enter MAC address of subscriber)
Subscriber Name: TestUnit1
Learning Enabled: No
Click the Add button to create the subscriber entry.
Add a Service Class
Service Class definitions
provide a template for the
Quality of Service (QoS)
levels of all associated
service flows.
Click the Service Classes
link and enter the following
values:

Service Class Name: DataTest
Max Sustained Rate [bps]: 1000000
Scheduling Type: bestEffort
Click the Add button to create the DataTest service class.
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Add Service Flows
Service flows create channels for transmitting the user data. Service flows definitions establish the traffic
direction (upstream/downstream), traffic type (e.g., Ethernet), and QoS (service class type).
Click the Service Flows link to view the Service Flow screen.
Add Downstream Service Flow
Add a service flow for downstream (base station to subscriber) user traffic. Use the following settings:
SS Name: TestUnit1 (select from the drop-down list)
Direction: downstream
SC Name: DataTest
CF Specification: 802.3 Ethernet
Click the Add button. Record the SFID for this service flow (required to setup classifiers).
Add Upstream Service Flow
Add a service flow for upstream (subscriber to base station) user traffic. Use the following settings:
SS Name: TestUnit1 (select from the drop-down list)
Direction: upstream
SC Name: DataTest
CF Specification: 802.3 Ethernet
Click the Add button. Record the SFID for this service flow (required to setup classifiers).
Add Classifiers
Classifiers are used to identify user traffic and direct the packets to the assigned service flow.
Click the Classifiers link to view the Classifiers screen.
Add Classifier to Upstream Service Flow
Add a classifier to identify upstream user traffic (subscriber to base station). Use the following settings:
To SFID: (select upstream service flow SFID from list)
SourceMacAddr: 01:23:45:67:89:ab (enter MAC address of PC #1)
SourceMacMask: ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff (mask)
Click the Add button to add this classifier to the upstream service flow.
Add Classifier to Downstream Service Flow
Add a classifier to identify downstream user traffic (base station to subscriber). Use the following settings:
To SFID: (select downstream service flow SFID from list)
DestMacAddr: 01:23:45:67:89:ab (enter MAC address of PC #2)
DestMacMask: ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff (mask)
Click the Add button to add this classifier to the downstream service flow.
Save All Service Class, Service Flow and Classifier Settings
Click the Manage link to display the save dialog.
Click the Save button (adjacent to the Save Service Configuration field) to save settings in non-volatile RAM.
8. Connectivity Test
This procedure uses the Ping command to verify connectivity between PC #2 and PC #1.
Open a command prompt window on PC #2 and send a Ping message to PC #1:
>ping 192.168.101.10
You should observe a message indicating that the PC #1 is responding. For example:
Reply from 192.168.101.10: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=63
Receipt of the Reply message verifies connectivity and displays the round trip delay time.

This completes the basic tests.
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