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ZXUN USPP

Universal Subscriber Profile Platform


Training Manual

System Hardware

ZTE UNIVERSITY
ZTE University, Dameisha
YanTian District, Shenzhen,
P. R. China
518083
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Contents

System Hardware ......................................................... 1


1 Front End Hardware .................................................. 2
1.1 Hardware Composition ........................................................... 2
1.2 Service Cabinet ..................................................................... 4
1.2.1 Function....................................................................... 4
1.2.2 Appearance .................................................................. 4
1.2.3 Composition ................................................................. 7
1.2.4 Internal Layout ............................................................. 7
1.2.5 Technical Specifications .................................................. 9
1.3 Control Subrack .................................................................... 9
1.3.1 Function....................................................................... 9
1.3.2 Panel ........................................................................... 9
1.3.3 Structure ....................................................................10
1.3.4 Backplane Jumpers.......................................................12
1.3.5 Subordinate RBID Board ...............................................12
1.3.6 Technical Specifications .................................................13
1.4 Other Subracks ....................................................................14
1.4.1 Power Junction Box ......................................................14
1.4.2 Fan Subrack ................................................................16
1.4.3 Ventilation Subrack.......................................................17
1.4.4 Dustproof Subrack........................................................18
1.5 OMP Board ..........................................................................19
1.5.1 Function......................................................................19
1.5.2 Panel ..........................................................................19
1.5.3 Keys ...........................................................................20
1.5.4 Indicators....................................................................21
1.5.5 Technical Specifications .................................................23
1.5.6 Rear Board ..................................................................23
1.6 SMP Board...........................................................................23
1.6.1 Function......................................................................23
1.6.2 Panel ..........................................................................23
1.6.3 Keys ...........................................................................24
1.6.4 Indicators....................................................................25
1.6.5 Technical Specifications .................................................27
1.6.6 Rear Board ..................................................................27
1.7 UIMC Board .........................................................................27
1.7.1 Function......................................................................27
1.7.2 Panel ..........................................................................28
1.7.3 Keys ...........................................................................29
1.7.4 Indicators....................................................................30
1.7.5 Technical Specifications .................................................31
1.7.6 Rear Board ..................................................................31
1.8 THUB Board .........................................................................32
1.8.1 Function......................................................................32
1.8.2 Panel ..........................................................................32
1.8.3 Keys ...........................................................................33
1.8.4 Indicators....................................................................34
1.8.5 Technical Specifications .................................................35
1.8.6 Rear Board ..................................................................35
1.9 SPB Board ...........................................................................36
1.9.1 Function......................................................................36
1.9.2 Panel ..........................................................................36
1.9.3 Keys ...........................................................................37
1.9.4 Indicators....................................................................37
1.9.5 Technical Specifications .................................................39
1.9.6 Rear Board ..................................................................39
1.10 CLKG Board .......................................................................40
1.10.1 Function ....................................................................40
1.10.2 Panel ........................................................................40
1.10.3 Buttons .....................................................................41
1.10.4 Indicators..................................................................42
1.10.5 Jumpers ....................................................................44
1.10.6 Technical Specifications ...............................................45
1.10.7 Rear Board ................................................................45
1.11 SIPI Board .........................................................................45
1.11.1 Function ....................................................................45
1.11.2 Panel ........................................................................46
1.11.3 Keys .........................................................................46
1.11.4 Indicators..................................................................47
1.11.5 Technical Specifications ...............................................49
1.11.6 Rear Board ................................................................49
1.12 TIPI Board .........................................................................49
1.12.1 Function ....................................................................49
1.12.2 Panel ........................................................................49
1.12.3 Keys .........................................................................50
1.12.4 Indicators..................................................................51
1.12.5 Technical Specifications ...............................................52
1.12.6 Rear Board ................................................................52
1.13 RMPB Board .......................................................................53
1.13.1 Function ....................................................................53
1.13.2 Panel ........................................................................53
1.13.3 External Interfaces .....................................................54
1.13.4 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................54
1.14 RUIM2 and RUIM3 Boards ....................................................54
1.14.1 Function ....................................................................54
1.14.2 Panels.......................................................................55
1.14.3 External Interfaces .....................................................55
1.14.4 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................56
1.14.5 Differences Between RUIM2 and RUIM3 .........................56
1.15 RMNIC Board .....................................................................57
1.15.1 Function ....................................................................57
1.15.2 Panel ........................................................................57
1.15.3 External Interfaces .....................................................58
1.15.4 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................58
1.16 RCHB1 and RCHB2 Boards ...................................................58
1.16.1 Function ....................................................................58
1.16.2 Panel ........................................................................58
1.16.3 External Interfaces .....................................................59
1.16.4 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................60
1.16.5 Differences Between RCHB1 and RCHB2 ........................61
1.17 RSPB Board .......................................................................61
1.17.1 Function ....................................................................61
1.17.2 Panel ........................................................................61
1.17.3 Jumper .....................................................................62
1.17.4 External Interfaces .....................................................63
1.17.5 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................64
1.18 RCKG1 and RCKG2 Boards ...................................................64
1.18.1 Function ....................................................................64
1.18.2 Panel ........................................................................64
1.18.3 External Interfaces .....................................................65
1.18.4 Outgoing Lines ...........................................................66
1.18.5 Differences Between RCKG1 and RCKG2 ........................66
2 Background Hardware ............................................. 67
2.1 Hardware Composition ..........................................................67
2.2 Server Cabinet .....................................................................68
2.2.1 Function......................................................................68
2.2.2 Appearance .................................................................68
2.2.3 Composition ................................................................71
2.2.4 Technical Specifications .................................................72
2.2.5 Power Junction Box ......................................................73
2.3 ATCA Shelf ..........................................................................75
2.3.1 Function......................................................................75
2.3.2 Appearance .................................................................75
2.3.3 Composition ................................................................76
2.3.4 Technical Specifications .................................................77
2.4 Chassis Management Module..................................................78
2.4.1 Function......................................................................78
2.4.2 Panel ..........................................................................79
2.4.3 Indicators....................................................................79
2.4.4 Buttons.......................................................................80
2.4.5 Interface .....................................................................81
2.4.6 Technical Specifications .................................................82
2.5 Other Modules......................................................................82
2.5.1 Power Entry Module ......................................................82
2.5.2 Fan Subrack ................................................................85
2.6 SBC11 Server Blade..............................................................87
2.6.1 Functions ....................................................................87
2.6.2 Panel ..........................................................................88
2.6.3 Indicators....................................................................89
2.6.4 Interfaces ...................................................................92
2.6.5 Technical Specifications .................................................92
2.6.6 Rear Board ..................................................................92
2.7 SBC12 Server Blade..............................................................92
2.7.1 Function......................................................................92
2.7.2 Panel ..........................................................................93
2.7.3 Indicators....................................................................94
2.7.4 Interfaces ...................................................................96
2.7.5 Technical Specifications .................................................97
2.7.6 Rear Board ..................................................................97
2.8 GES01 Switch Blade..............................................................97
2.8.1 Functions ....................................................................97
2.8.2 Panel ..........................................................................98
2.8.3 Indicators....................................................................99
2.8.4 Interfaces ................................................................. 102
2.8.5 Technical Specifications ............................................... 103
2.8.6 Rear Board ................................................................ 103
2.9 RSB11 Server Blade Rear Board ........................................... 103
2.9.1 Functions .................................................................. 103
2.9.2 Panel ........................................................................ 104
2.9.3 Indicators.................................................................. 105
2.9.4 Interfaces ................................................................. 107
2.9.5 Technical Specifications ............................................... 108
2.10 RGT Board ....................................................................... 108
2.10.1 Function .................................................................. 108
2.10.2 Panel ...................................................................... 109
2.10.3 Indicators................................................................ 110
2.10.4 Interfaces................................................................ 110
2.10.5 Technical Specifications ............................................. 110
3 Alarm Box...............................................................113
3.1 Function ............................................................................ 113
3.2 Panel ................................................................................ 114
3.3 Buttons ............................................................................. 115
3.4 Indicators.......................................................................... 115
3.5 Technical Specifications ....................................................... 116
Glossary ....................................................................117
USPP_SA002_E1_0
System Hardware
After you have completed this course, you

will be able to:


>> Master ZXUN USPP Hardware Compo-
sition
>> Master Cabinet and Subrack
>> Master Detail Boards Information

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Hardware Composition
>> Service Cabinet
>> Control Subrack
>> Other Subracks
>> OMP Board
>> SMP Board
>> UIMC Board
>> THUB Board
>> SPB Board
>> CLKG Board
>> SIPI Board
>> TIPI Board
>> RMPB Board
>> RUIM2 and RUIM3 Boards
>> RMNIC Board
>> RCHB1 and RCHB2 Boards
>> RSPB Board
>> RCKG1 and RCKG2 Boards

1.1 Hardware Composition


ZXUN USPP front-end module is the FE Subsystem, which pro-
cesses ZXUN USPP signaling and services. The hardware structure
of the FE Subystem is shown in Table 1.

Note:
ZXUN USPP (UDS) does not include the FE subsystem.

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TABLE 1 FE SUBSYSTEM HARDWARE STRUCTURE

Cabi- Cabinet Subrack Front Rear card Remarks


net Compo- Compo- Board
nent nent

Service Control Boards OMP RMPB Mandatory. Each office


cabinet subrack should have 1 pair of
service cabinets that work
in the 1+1 active/standby
mode.

SMP Blank panel Mandatory. It is


configured in pairs
according to dynamic
subscriber number,
and works in the 1+1
active/standby mode.

UIMC RUIM2 and Mandatory. Each cabinet


RUIM3 should have 1 pair of
UIMC boards that work in
the 1+1 active/standby
mode.

THUB RCHB1, Not needed for a single


RCHB2 shelf. For multiple
shelves, each office
should have 1 pair of
THUB boards that work in
the 1+1 active/standby
mode.

SPB/HSL RSPB It should be configured


when signaling is accessed
in the TDM/ATM over
E1 mode. Its amount
configured according
to dynamic subscriber
number, and it works in
the active mode.

CLKG RCKG1, 1 pair of CLKG boards


RCKG2 should be configured in
the 1+1 active/standby
mode when signaling is
accessed through the
TDM/ATM over E1 mode.

SIPI RMNIC It should be configured


when signaling is accessed
in the IP mode. Its
amount configured
according to dynamic
subscriber number, and it
works in the active mode
or the active/standby
mode.

TIPI RMNIC Mandatory. It is


configured in pairs
according to dynamic
subscriber number,
and works in the 1+1

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Cabi- Cabinet Subrack Front Rear card Remarks


net Compo- Compo- Board
nent nent
active/standby mode or
the active mode.

Backplane - - Mandatory
and
mechanical
parts

Power dis- - - - Mandatory


tribution
box

Fan - - - Mandatory
Subrack

Ventila- - - - Mandatory
tion sub-
rack

Dust- - - - Mandatory
proof
subrack

Note:
In this manual, cabinets are also called racks.

1.2 Service Cabinet


1.2.1 Function

The service cabinet is the carrier of various subracks. It provides


a comfortable working environment for internal electronic devices.
The service cabinet is used to place various subracks, including
the fan subrack, the service subrack and the power distribution
subrack.
It provides protection and power distribution to subracks, shields
electromagnetic interference and deploys devices in a neat and
orderly manner for the convenience of future maintenance.

1.2.2 Appearance

The model number of ZXUN USPP service cabinets are B6080-20B.


Its appearance view is as shown in Figure 1. Its top view is as
shown in Figure 2. Its bottom view is as shown in Figure 3.

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FIGURE 1 CABINET STRUCTURAL LAYOUT

The unit for dimensions is mm.

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FIGURE 2 CABINET TOP VIEW

1. Cable Lid 5. Back Cable Outlet


2. PE Earth Point 6. Top Fan Lid
3. Plastic Lid 7. Front Cable Outlet
4. Top Cable Trough

FIGURE 3 CABINET BUTTOM VIEW

1. Cable Lid
2. PE Earth Point
3. Plastic Lid
4. Back Cable Outlet
5. Dust Screen
6. Front Cable Outlet

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1.2.3 Composition

The structural layout of the cabinet (including the lid) is as shown


in Figure 4.

FIGURE 4 CABINET STRUCTURAL LAYOUT

1. Front Door 8. Right Splint


2. Top Panel 9. Side Door
3. Shelf 10. Side Decorative Plate
4. Top Cable Trough 11. Filter Screen
5. Connection board 12. Tail
6. Top Cabinet Joiner 13. Decoration Plate
7. Top Side Plane

1.2.4 Internal Layout

Figure 5 below introduces the internal layout of the service cabinet.

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FIGURE 5 SERVICE CABINET INTERNAL LAYOUT

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1.2.5 Technical Specifications

The technical indices of the service cabinet are as shown in Table


2.

TABLE 2 TECHNICAL INDICES OF SERVICE CABINET

Parameter Description

Category 19 Inch Series Cabinet

Cabinet Name B6080-20B Cabinet

Cabinet color The main body of the cabinet is blue, with silver
sectional bars at both sides of the door.

Cabinet Outline 598 mm 800 mm 2000 mm (Width Depth


Dimension Height). The width does not include the left and
the right side doors (25 mm each).

Tail Size 410 mm 666 mm (Width Depth)

Internal Space Internal height is 42 U; internal width is 19 U.

Cabinet weight The net weight is about 150 kg.

1.3 Control Subrack


1.3.1 Function

The control subrack is the service subrack of ZXUN USPP front end
modules. It is the control core of ZXUN USPP.
It manages and controls the entire system and converges and pro-
cesses the control panel media stream. Meanwhile, it processes
control plane signaling and provides the global clock reference.

1.3.2 Panel

The dual-power control subrack consists of the shelf unit, the


power unit, RBID unit, front boards and back boards. The front
view of the subrack is as shown in Figure 6. The back view of the
subrack is as shown in Figure 7.

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FIGURE 6 FRONT VIEW OF THE SUBRACK

1. Shelf Unit 2. Front Board

FIGURE 7 REAR VIEW OF THE SUBRACK

1. RBID Unit 3. Power Supply Unit


2. Rear Board

1.3.3 Structure

Subrack Structure The subrack is 9 U high. Boards are inserted into the front and the
back sides.
The appearance of the BCTC is as shown in Figure 8.

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FIGURE 8 BCTC APPEARANCE

1. RBID Board 4. Cable Outlet


2. Power Module 5. Side Ear
3. Short Guide Rail

The back view of the BCTC (without boards) is as shown in Figure


9.

FIGURE 9 BCTC BACK VIEW

1. RBID Board 4. Earthing Screw


2. Power Switch 5. Antistatic Wrist Strap Plug Jack
3. Connection Terminal

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1.3.4 Backplane Jumpers

On the backplane, the Office ID, Rack ID and Subrack ID are set
through jumpers.
Removing the jumper head represents "1";
Installing the jumper head represents "0";
The layout of jumpers on BCTC backplane is as shown in Figure
10.

FIGURE 10 BCTC SUBRACK JUMPER LAYOUT

The BCTC backplane has three 4-digit jumpers. Jumper descrip-


tion is as shown in Table 3.

TABLE 3 BCTC SUBRACK JUMPER DESCRIPTION

Name ID Usage DIP Description

S1 TRIB-ID Setting S1 only uses the left three digits


Office ID with marks of TRIB-ID0, TRIB-ID1
and TRIB-ID2. The fourth digit is
reserved. The adjustable range is
0-7.

S2 RACK-I- Setting S2 uses all four digits with marks


D Cabinet ID of RACK-ID0, RACK-ID1, RACK-ID2
and RACK-ID3. The adjustable
range is 0-15.

S3 SHEL- Setting S3 only uses the left two digits


F-ID Subrack ID with marks of SHELF-ID0 and
SHELF-ID1. The third and the fourth
digits are reserved. The adjustable
range is 0-3.

1.3.5 Subordinate RBID Board

Jumper The service subrack provides the RBID slot to facilitate the config-
uration of the Office ID, Rack ID and Subrack ID of the backplane.
The RBID board provides jumpers for the Office ID, Rack ID and
Subrack ID of the backplane. These IDs in the service rack can be
set through the jumper switch.

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Hot plug is supported.

Note:
The jumpers on the backplane and on RBID board cannot be used
at the same time. If RBID board jumpers are used, all ID jumpers
on the backplane should be removed; if the ID jumpers on the
backplane is used, then RBID board jumpers should be removed.

Appearance The appearance of the RBID board is as shown in Figure 11.

FIGURE 11 RBID BOARD APPEARANCE

1.3.6 Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the control subrack are as shown in


Table 4.

TABLE 4 TECHNICAL INDICES OF CONTROL SUBRACK

Item Specification

Dimensions 482.6 mm 538.9 mm 399.3 mm (Width


Depth Height)

Slot No. in Subrack 17

Spacing Between Slots 25.4 mm

Slot Space 431.8 mm

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1.4 Other Subracks


1.4.1 Power Junction Box

1.4.1.1 Function

The power distribution subrack is the connection and distribu-


tion device of cabinet power.
The dual-path power distribution subrack integrates power
supply, distribution and monitoring. It has dual-path -48 V
DC power input, and outputs 4 groups (with 2 paths in each
group, thus 8 paths in all) of -48 V power supply. The 8
paths are under separate control. Each power supply group
(2 paths) supplies power to one subrack.
The power distribution subrack also has lightning protection
and over-current protection features. It also monitors the in-
put power voltage and output power status to give necessary
alarms.
The power distribution subrack also performs effective moni-
toring of the running environment, the fan dissipation system
and the door access of the rack and reports these data through
the RS485 interface.

1.4.1.2 Panel

The front and back panels of the power distribution subrack are as
shown in Figure 12 and Figure 13.

FIGURE 12 POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK FRONT PANEL

1. Power Switch
2. Alarm Indicator
3. Run Indicator

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FIGURE 13 POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK BACK PANEL

1. Sensor Interface 4. PE Earth Point


2. Door Access Control Sensor Inter- 5. Input Terminal
face 6. Output Terminal
3. Fan Interface 7. RS485 Interface

1.4.1.3 Structure

Figure 14 below introduces the structure of the power distribution


subrack.

FIGURE 14 POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK STRUCTURE

1. Circuit Breaker 4. Power Input Terminal


2. Panel 5. Power Output Terminal
3. Surge Arrester 6. Subrack Frame

1.4.1.4 Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the power distribution subrack are


as shown in Table 5.

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TABLE 5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX

Item Specification

Size 482.6 mm 88.1 mm 377.5 mm (Width Height


Depth, excluding the extruding part of the back wire
connecting terminal, which is 445 mm)

Weight 6 kg

1.4.2 Fan Subrack

1.4.2.1 Function

Each fan subrack has three groups of unit modules containing three
fans of the same specifications, which greatly facilitates its on-site
maintenance and hot swap.
An enclosed wind channel is formed within the cabinet with air
coming in from the bottom and going out from the top, providing
forced air cooling for internal devices.

1.4.2.2 Panel

The front panel and the back panel of the power fan subrack are
as shown in Figure 15 and Figure 16.

FIGURE 15 FAN SUBRACK FRONT PANEL

1. Run Indicator 2. Alarm Indicator

FIGURE 16 FAN SUBRACK BACK PANEL

1. Power Socket 3. PE Earth Point


2. RS485 Interface

1.4.2.3 Structure

The dual-path fan subrack is 1 U high with three groups of plug


boxes. Each group of plug boxes has two FFB1248EHE fans and
one 92x92x38 fan. The structure of the fan subrack is as shown
in Figure 17.

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FIGURE 17 FAN SUBRACK STRUCTURE

1. Subrack Frame 2. Plug Box

1.4.2.4 Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the fan subrack are as shown in


Table 6.

TABLE 6 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF FAN SUBRACK

Parameter Description

Size 43.6 mm 512.9 mm 400 mm (Height Width


Depth).

Power con- 170 W


sumption

Weight 7 kg

1.4.3 Ventilation Subrack

1.4.3.1 Function

The ventilation subrack is 3 U high. It is divided by the oblique


baffle into two parts: the air ingress zone on the top and the air
egress zone on the bottom. This structure makes full utilization of
cabinet space and increases ventilation of slots.

1.4.3.2 Panel

Figure 18 below introduces the panel of the ventilation subrack.

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FIGURE 18 VENTILATION SUBRACK PANEL

1. Panel

1.4.3.3 Structure

The structure of the ventilation subrack is as shown in Figure 19.

FIGURE 19 VENTILATION SUBRACK STRUCTURE

1. Rack 3. Baffle
2. Ingress Air Dust Shield

1.4.4 Dustproof Subrack

1.4.4.1 Function

It prevents dust from entering the rack.


It is fixed onto the bottom of the cabinet.
Air filters are available in the dust-proof box, making them
easy to be removed for cleaning and maintenance.

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1.4.4.2 Panel

The panel of the dust proof subrack is as shown in Figure 20.

FIGURE 20 DUSTPROOF SUBRACK PANEL

1.4.4.3 Structure

The structure of the dust proof subrack is as shown in Figure 21.

FIGURE 21 DUST PROOF SUBRACK STRUCTURAL VIEW

1.5 OMP Board


1.5.1 Function

The OMP board controls the operations and maintenance of the en-
tire ZXUN USPP system. It is connected to the OMM server through
FE cables to separate the Intranet from the Internet.
The OMP board also acts as the core of ZXUN USPP operation
and maintenance. It directly or indirectly monitors and manages
boards in the system.
The OMP board includes two modules: the OMP module to com-
plete system control management, and the RPU module to main-
tain the routing table of the NE.

1.5.2 Panel

Figure 22 below introduces the panel of the OMP board.

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FIGURE 22 OMP PANEL

1.5.3 Keys

Table 7 below introduces keys on the panel of the OMP board.

TABLE 7 KEYS ON OMP PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH1 Active/standby Changeover


Switch of System A

EXCH2 Active/standby Changeover


Switch of System B

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1.5.4 Indicators

Table 8 below introduces indicators on the OMP board panel.

TABLE 8 OMP INDICATORS

Indicator Color Name Description

RUN1 Green CPU Subsystem A Refer to Table 9.


Operation Indicator

ALM1 Red CPU Subsystem A Refer to Table 9.


Alarm Indicator

ACT1 Green CPU Subsystem If the indicator is on, the subsystem


A Active/Standby is active; if the indicator is off, the
Indicator subsystem is standby.

ENUM1 Yellow CPU Subsystem The ENUM indicator is off when


A Board Plugging the board works normally.
Indicator While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper
part of the board to turn on the
ENUM micro switch. The CPU then
detects the ENUM signal. When
the board is exiting the service
processing state, the ENUM
indicator flashes (meanwhile, do
not unplug the board forcibly;
otherwise service data may be
lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the
ENUM indicator is steady on.
Meanwhile, you can unplug the
board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

RUN2 Green CPU Subsystem B Refer to Table 9.


Operation Indicator

ALM2 Red CPU Subsystem B Refer to Table 9.


Alarm Indicator

ACT2 Green CPU Subsystem If the indicator is on, the subsystem


B Active/Standby is active; if the indicator is off, the
Indicator subsystem is standby.

ENUM2 Yellow CPU Subsystem The ENUM indicator is off when


B Board Plugging the board works normally.
Indicator While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper
part of the board to turn on the
ENUM micro switch. The CPU then
detects the ENUM signal. When
the board is exiting the service
processing state, the ENUM
indicator flashes (meanwhile, do
not unplug the board forcibly;
otherwise service data may be
lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the
ENUM indicator is steady on.

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Indicator Color Name Description


Meanwhile, you can unplug the
board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

OMC1~2 Green Subsystem A/B ON: Subsystem A/B background OMC


Background OMC network port is connected
Ethernet Indicator OFF: Subsystem A/B background
OMC network port is not connected

HD1~2 Red CPU Subsystem ON: Subsystem A/B hard disk is


A/B Hard Disk working
Indicator OFF: Subsystem A/B hard disk is not
working

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 9.

TABLE 9 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version download fails: the board version is
inconsistent with the configuration.

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and is


starting now.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW down

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

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1.5.5 Technical Specifications

Provides two independent CPU subsystems.


Provides FE interfaces for the control plane, the media plane
and for communication with the background NMS server.
Provides the PD485 interface for the rear board to communi-
cate with the power distribution subrack PWRD, which is used
for monitoring rack information.
Provides the active and standby network interfaces for inter-
board communications.
Supports 1+1 active/standby work mode.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 55 W.

1.5.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the OMP board is RMPB.

1.6 SMP Board


1.6.1 Function

The SMP board refers to the Signaling MP board and the Service
MP board, which process services and signaling on MTP3 layer and
above in the ZXUN USPP system.
The signaling MP board processes signaling from different inter-
faces, including narrowband SS7 signaling (MTP2, SCCP, TCAP,
ISUP) and SIGTRAN signaling (SCTP, M3UA and M2UA).
The service MP board processes application layer signals: mobility
management signals, call management signals, call management
signals, subscriber data processing signals, and security manage-
ment signals. It also has call observation and statistics functions.
When the service MP board needs to send signals, it sends signal-
ing packets to the signaling MP board, which forwards the packets
layer by layer according to the signaling protocol stack until they
are forwarded to other NEs through signaling interface boards.

1.6.2 Panel

Figure 23 below introduces the panel of the SMP board.

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FIGURE 23 SMP PANEL

1.6.3 Keys

Table 10 below introduces keys on the panel of the SMP board.

TABLE 10 KEYS ON SMP PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH1 Active/standby Changeover


Switch of System A

EXCH2 Active/standby Changeover


Switch of System B

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1.6.4 Indicators

Table 11 below introduces indicators on the SMP board panel.

TABLE 11 SMP INDICATORS

Indicator Color Name Description

RUN1 Green CPU Subsystem A Refer to Table 12.


Operation Indicator

ALM1 Red CPU Subsystem A Refer to Table 12.


Alarm Indicator

ACT1 Green CPU Subsystem If the indicator is on, the subsystem


A Active/Standby is active; if the indicator is off, the
Indicator subsystem is standby.

ENUM1 Yellow CPU Subsystem The ENUM indicator is off when the
A Board Plugging board works normally.
Indicator While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper part
of the board to turn on the ENUM
micro switch. The CPU then detects
the ENUM signal. When the board
is exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator flashes
(meanwhile, do not unplug the board
forcibly; otherwise service data may
be lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator is steady on. Meanwhile,
you can unplug the board.
After you close the wrench, the EMUN
indicator is off.

RUN2 Green CPU Subsystem B Refer to Table 12.


Operation Indicator

ALM2 Red CPU Subsystem B Refer to Table 12.


Alarm Indicator

ACT2 Green CPU Subsystem If the indicator is on, the subsystem


B Active/Standby is active; if the indicator is off, the
Indicator subsystem is standby.

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Indicator Color Name Description

ENUM2 Yellow CPU Subsystem The ENUM indicator is off when the
B Board Plugging board works normally.
Indicator While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper part
of the board to turn on the ENUM
micro switch. The CPU then detects
the ENUM signal. When the board
is exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator flashes
(meanwhile, do not unplug the board
forcibly; otherwise service data may
be lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator is steady on. Meanwhile,
you can unplug the board.
After you close the wrench, the EMUN
indicator is off.

HD1 Red CPU Subsystem A ON: Subsystem A hard disk is working


Hard Disk Indicator OFF: Subsystem A hard disk is not
working

HD2 Red CPU Subsystem B ON: Subsystem B hard disk is working


Hard Disk Indicator OFF: Subsystem B hard disk is not
working

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 12.

TABLE 12 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and is


starting now.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

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State RUN ALM Meaning

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW is disconnected.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.6.5 Technical Specifications

Provides two independent CPU subsystems.


Provides the active and standby network interfaces for inter-
board communications.
Supports 1+1 active/standby work mode.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 55 W.

1.6.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the SMP board is the blank panel.

1.7 UIMC Board


1.7.1 Function

The UIMC board realizes Layer-2 Ethernet Exchange within the


BCTC and management of the BCTC. Meanwhile, it provides ex-
ternal interfaces for the resource cabinet and Ethernet interfaces
for the control panel data of the distributed processing platform.
It provides two sets of 24 FE + 2 GE switching hubs, with the
concatenation GE interfaces interconnecting the hubs.

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It provides 20 control-plane FE interfaces to interconnect with


internal modules and 4 control-plane FE interfaces to connect
resource shelves or connect resource shelves and the THUB
boards of the other resource shelves.
It provides one control-plane GE interface for interconnection
with the THUB boards in the control subrack.
It provides the clock drive in the resource cabinet. It inputs
PP2S, 8K and 16M signals, which are sent to different slots in
the resource cabinet after phase lockup to provide 16M, 8K and
PP2S clocks for resource modules.
It provides the resource shelf management function. It can
reset the circuit board of the resource shelf and collect reset
signals (self-healing functions of the control plane).

1.7.2 Panel

Figure 24 below introduces the panel of the UIMC board.

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FIGURE 24 UIMC PANEL

1.7.3 Keys

Table 13 below introduces keys on the panel of the UIMC board.

TABLE 13 KEYS ON UIMC PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH Active/standby switchover switch

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1.7.4 Indicators

The UIMC board has 14 indicators on its panel, as shown in Table


14.

TABLE 14 UIMC INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 15.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Refer to Table 15.

ACT Green Primary/backup ON: the circuit board is an active


status indicator board
OFF: the circuit board is a standby
board

ENUM Yellow Board extraction The ENUM indicator is off when


Indicator the board works normally.
While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper
part of the board to turn on
the ENUM micro switch. The
CPU then detects the ENUM
signal. When the board is
exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator
flashes (meanwhile, do not
unplug the board forcibly;
otherwise service data may be
lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the
ENUM indicator is steady on.
Meanwhile, you can unplug the
board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

LINK1~10 Green Status indicator of On: the control plane cascade 100
control plane cascade M interface is connected
interface Off: the control plane cascade 100
M interface is not connected

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 15.

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TABLE 15 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and is


starting now.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW is disconnected.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.7.5 Technical Specifications

Provides two sets of 24 FE + 2 GE switching hubs, with the


concatenation GE interfaces interconnecting the hubs.
Provides 1 GE electrical interface for interworking with the
THUB board in the local shelf.
Supports 1+1 active/standby work mode.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 51 W.

1.7.6 Rear Board

The rear boards of the UIMC board are RUIM2 and RUIM3, which
jointly provide external interfaces for the UIMC board.

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1.8 THUB Board


1.8.1 Function

The THUB board is located in the distributive processing platform,


which is used for connecting the distributive processing platform
and the control-plane Ethernet data stream of each resource shelf.
A pair of THUB boards can provide 11 pairs of trunk (4*FE) groups
for control-plane interconnection and one GE optical interface for
GE interconnection between THUBs.
When the inter-shelf traffic on the control plane is low, a pair
of THUB boards can be used to provide the trunk groups for
control plane interconnection.
When the inter-shelf traffic on the control plane is high and
the trunk groups provided by a pair of THUB boards cannot
meet the requirements, two pairs of THUB boards can be used.
The two THUB board are interconnected with the GE optical
interface so that 22 pairs of trunk groups can be provided for
control plane interconnection.

1.8.2 Panel

THUB board panel is as shown in Figure 25.

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FIGURE 25 THUB PANEL

1.8.3 Keys

Table 16 introduces keys on the THUB board panel.

TABLE 16 KEYS ON THUB PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH Active/standby switchover switch

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1.8.4 Indicators

Table 17 below introduces indicators on the THUB board panel.

TABLE 17 THUB BOARD INDICATOR

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 18.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Refer to Table 18.

ACT Green Primary/backup ON: the circuit board is an active board


status indicator OFF: the circuit board is a standby board

ENUM Yellow Board extraction The ENUM indicator is off when the
Indicator board works normally.
While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper part
of the board to turn on the ENUM
micro switch. The CPU then detects
the ENUM signal. When the board
is exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator flashes
(meanwhile, do not unplug the board
forcibly; otherwise service data may
be lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator is steady on. Meanwhile,
you can unplug the board.
After you close the wrench, the EMUN
indicator is off.

L1-L46 Green 46-path ON: corresponding control plane


Control Plane concatenation interfaces are connected.
Concatenation OFF: corresponding control plane
Interface Status concatenation interfaces are not
Indicator connected.

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 18.

TABLE 18 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and


is starting now.

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State RUN ALM Meaning

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Hz Version and hardware are inconsistent


with the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is


disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW is disconnected.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.8.5 Technical Specifications

Provides 2 sets of interconnected switch chips, each capable of


24 FE + 2 GE switch.
Provides 46 control plane FE interfaces for communications be-
tween shelves.
Provides 1 GE electrical interface for interworking with the
UIMC board in the local shelf.
Supports up to 11 Trunk groups.
Supports the 1+1 active/standby operation mode. The FE
ports on the active board and the standby board are highly
multiplexed.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 37 W.

1.8.6 Rear Board

The rear boards of THUB board are RCHB1 board and RCHB2
board, which jointly provide external interfaces for the THUB
board.

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1.9 SPB Board


1.9.1 Function

The SPB board processes signaling on MTP2 and layers below, and
forwards MTP3 signaling packets to the Signaling MP board.
The SPB board can be configured with at most 4 CPU subcards
(usually with 2 CPU subcards). Each CPU subcard provides one
8 M TDM signal that is able to carry four 2 M signaling links or
sixtyfour 64 Kbps signaling links.
The High Speed Link (HSL) board processes the ATM HLS signaling
messages, which is used for the ATM over E1 access mode.
The HSL board can be configured with at most 4 CPU subcards
(usually with 2 CPU subcards). Each CPU subcard provides 2 ATM
HLS signaling links.

Note:
The HSL board uses the same physical board as the SPB board
does. However, two boards have different functions and logical
names. This section takes the SPB board as an example to de-
scribe the board.

1.9.2 Panel

Figure 26 below introduces the panel of the SPB board.

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FIGURE 26 SPB PANEL

1.9.3 Keys

Table 19 introduces keys on SPB board panel.

TABLE 19 KEYS ON SPB PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

1.9.4 Indicators

Table 20 below introduces indicators on the SPB board panel.

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TABLE 20 SPB INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 21.

ALM Red Alarm Refer to Table 21.


indicator

ENUM Yellow Board The ENUM indicator is off when the


extraction board works normally.
Indicator While unplugging a board, first open the
wrench on the upper part of the board
to turn on the ENUM micro switch. The
CPU then detects the ENUM signal.
When the board is exiting the service
processing state, the ENUM indicator
flashes (meanwhile, do not unplug the
board forcibly; otherwise service data
may be lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator is steady on. Meanwhile, you
can unplug the board.
After you close the wrench, the EMUN
indicator is off.

ACT Green Primary/ba- ON: the circuit board is an active board


ckup status OFF: the circuit board is a standby board
indicator

L1-16 Green 16-path Quick flashing at 5 Hz means E1/T1 is


E1/T1 working normally and the signaling link is
indicator up.
Slow flashing at 1 Hz means the physical
layer is up but the signaling link is down.
If the indicator is ON, then E1 is configured
but the physical layer is down.
If the indicator is OFF, then the link is not
configured.

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 21.

TABLE 21 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF If DEBUG version is used on the board, it


means VxWorks has been downloaded and
the board is waiting to download and run
the version.

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State RUN ALM Meaning

If RELEASE version is used on the board, it


means version download is complete and
the board is starting the version.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW down

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.9.5 Technical Specifications

At full configuration, it supports 4 CPU subcards, each CPU


subcard provides one 8M TDM signal that is able to carry four
2 M signaling links or sixtyfour 64 Kbps signaling links.

Note:
Each CPU subcard of the HSL board provides 2 ATM HSL sig-
naling links.

Provides 16 E1 or T1 interfaces through the rear board. When it


provides E1 interfaces, the impedance on the E1 interface can
be set to 75 or 120 through the jumper settings; When
it provides T1 interfaces, the impedance on the T1 interface is
fixed to 100 .
Supports hot plug.

1.9.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the SPB board is RSPB.

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1.10 CLKG Board


1.10.1 Function

The CLKG board is the clock generation board of ZXUN USPP


system.
The CLKG board itself is delivered with the hot backup design;
the active and standby CLKG boards lock the same reference
to implement smooth switchover.
Phase jitter filtering measures are taken to remove the possible
blur or jitter of the clock during switchover.
The CLKG board communicates with the main control unit
through RS485; meanwhile, it uses the clock reference 8 KHz
frame synchronization signal from the Signaling Processing
Board (SPB), or the 2 MHz/2 Mbits signal from the BITS
system as the local clock reference to keep synchronous with
the upper-level office.
For the input reference, the CLKG board can determine whether
its quality is degraded; if the reference is lost, the CLKG board
can generate alarm signals.

1.10.2 Panel

Figure 27 below introduces the panel of the CLKG board.

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FIGURE 27 CLKG PANEL

1.10.3 Buttons

Four keys are located on the panel of the CLKG board: EXCH, RST,
MANSL and MANEN, as shown in Table 22.

TABLE 22 CLKG BUTTONS

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH Active/standby switchover switch

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Name Description

MANSL Used to manually select the


external clock reference

MANEN Enables the manual clock


reference selection

1.10.4 Indicators

Table 23 below introduces indicators on the CLKG board panel.

TABLE 23 CLKG PANEL INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 24.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Refer to Table 24.

ENUM Yellow Board extraction The ENUM indicator is off when the
Indicator board works normally.
While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper
part of the board to turn on the
ENUM micro switch. The CPU
then detects the ENUM signal.
When the board is exiting the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator flashes (meanwhile, do
not unplug the board forcibly;
otherwise service data may be
lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the ENUM
indicator is steady on. Meanwhile,
you can unplug the board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

ACT Green Primary/backup ON: the circuit board is an active board


status indicator OFF: the circuit board is a standby
board

CATCH Green Catch status ON: the CLKG board is in the catch
indicator status, that is, the CLKG board has a
reference clock signal but is not locked
on the reference signal.

TRACE Green Trace status ON: the CLKG board is in the trace
indicator status, that is, the CLKG board has a
reference clock signal and is locked on
the reference signal.

KEEP Green Keep status ON: the CLKG board locked on a


signal reference signal, but afterwards lost it

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

FREE Green Free status ON: the CLKG board has no reference
indicator signal and has not locked on any
reference signal, and is in the free
running mode.

2Mbps1 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the 1st path uses the 2 Mbps
clock reference signal in HDB3 code
provided by the BITS device

2Mbps2 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the 2nd path uses the 2 Mbps
clock reference signal in HDB3 code
provided by the BITS device

2MHz1 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the 1st path uses the 2 Mbps
clock reference signal transmitted in
the differential TTL mode.

2MHz2 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the 2nd path uses the 2 Mbps
clock reference signal transmitted in
the differential TTL mode.

8K1 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the CLKG board uses the 8
KHz clock provided by SPB and other
boards as the reference.

8K2 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the CLKG board uses the 8
KHz clock provided by the GPS module
as the reference.

8K3 Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then the CLKG board uses the
clock provided by the UIMC board as
the reference.

NULL Green Reference signal It indicates the reference signal


indicator selected by the CLKG board. If it is
ON, then there is no external reference
available.

QUTD Red Reference If it is ON, then the reference is


degradation degraded.
indicator

MANI Green Indicator for ON: you can manually select the clock
allowance reference
of manual OFF: you cannot manually select the
reference clock reference
selection

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RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 24.

TABLE 24 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF If DEBUG version is used on the board, it


means VxWorks has been downloaded and
the board is waiting to download and run
the version.
RELEASE version indicates that the version
download succeeds and the version is being
started.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW down

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.10.5 Jumpers

The CLKG board has the following jumpers:


X40X41, X44X45: matching impedance for the first path of
BITS clock 2 Mbit/s, 2 MHz.
If Pins 1 and 2 are short circuited: the matching impedance
is 75 .
If Pins 2 and 3 are short circuited: the matching impedance
is 120 .

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X42X43, X46X47: matching impedance for the second path


of BITS clock 2 Mbit/s, 2 MHz.
If Pins 1 and 2 are short circuited: the matching impedance
is 75 .
If Pins 2 and 3 are short circuited: the matching impedance
is 120 .
X53X56: coaxial cable shell protecting ground jumper for two
paths clock input (2 Mbit/s, 2 MHz).
If Pins 1 and 2 are short circuited: the shell is connected
to the protecting ground.
X48 and X50: used for debugging, and off at usual times.
X60: jumper for RS485 connection.
During debugging, you need to download data through the
computer serial port. To do this, short circuit Pins 3 and 5,
and Pins 4 and 6.
At usual times, when you need to communicate with the BE
through RS485, you should short circuit Pins 1 and 3, and
Pins 2 and 4.

1.10.6 Technical Specifications

Supports four modes: catch, trace, keep and free.


Supports 1+1 active/standby mode; the active and standby
CLKG boards are locked to the same reference for the purpose
of smooth changeover.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 17 W.

1.10.7 Rear Board

The rear boards of the CLKG board are RCKG1 and RCKG2, which
jointly provide external interfaces for the CLKG board.

1.11 SIPI Board


1.11.1 Function

The SIPI board provides 4 fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces, and is


responsible for processing SIGTRAN bottom-layer signaling.
After receiving IP signaling messages, the SIPI board processes
SCTP/IP protocol stack, and then distributes upper-layer signaling

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messages to SMP boards through the control plane switch network


(IP switch units).

1.11.2 Panel

Figure 28 below introduces the panel of the SIPI board.

FIGURE 28 SIPI PANEL

1.11.3 Keys

Table 25 below introduces keys on the panel of the SIPI board.

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TABLE 25 KEYS ON SIPI PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH Active/standby switchover switch

1.11.4 Indicators

Table 26 below introduces indicators on the SIPI board panel.

TABLE 26 SIPI INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 27.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Refer to Table 27.

ENUM Yellow Board extraction The ENUM indicator is off when the
Indicator board works normally.
While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper part
of the board to turn on the ENUM
micro switch. The CPU then detects
the ENUM signal. When the board
is exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator flashes
(meanwhile, do not unplug the
board forcibly; otherwise service
data may be lost). After the board
exits the service processing state,
the ENUM indicator is steady on.
Meanwhile, you can unplug the
board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

ACT Green Primary/backup ON: the circuit board is an active board


status indicator OFF: the circuit board is a standby
board

LINK1 Green Egress 100M ON: the external 100 M network port
Network Port 1 1 is connected
State Indicator OFF: the egress 100 M network port 1
is not connected

LINK2 Green Egress 100M ON: the external 100 M network port
Network Port 2 2 is connected
State Indicator OFF: the egress 100 M network port 2
is not connected

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

LINK3 Green Egress 100M ON: the external 100 M network port
Network Port 3 3 is connected
State Indicator OFF: the egress 100 M network port 3
is not connected

LINK4 Green Egress 100M ON: the external 100 M network port
Network Port 4 4 is connected
State Indicator OFF: the egress 100 M network port 4
is not connected

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 27.

TABLE 27 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version downloading failed: unable to
download version

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and is


starting now.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Hz Version and hardware are inconsistent with


the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is


disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW is disconnected.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

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1.11.5 Technical Specifications

Provides 4 media plane fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces for exter-


nal use through the backplane, and 4 media plane FE interfaces
for external use through the rear board.
Provides the active and standby network interfaces for inter-
board communications.
Provides HW access capacity.
Supports 1+1 active/standby work mode.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 45 W.

1.11.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the SIPI board is RMNIC.

1.12 TIPI Board


1.12.1 Function

The TIPI board are Transmit IPI boards. It is used for the cross-of-
fice networking or single-office networking modes of the ZXUN
USPP system, and is responsible for intra-office or inter-office com-
munications.
Multiple groups of TIPI boards can be configured to transmit sig-
nals between different offices or between the front-end modules
and the back-end modules in the same office.

1.12.2 Panel

The TIPI board and the SIPI board use the same logical board,
whose panel is shown in Figure 29.

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FIGURE 29 TIPI BOARD

1.12.3 Keys

Two keys are located on the panel of the TIPI board: EXCH and
RST, as shown in Table 28.

TABLE 28 KEYS ON TIPI PANEL

Name Description

RST Reset switch

EXCH Active/standby switchover switch

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1.12.4 Indicators

Table 29 below introduces indicators on the TIPI board panel.

TABLE 29 TIPI INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Run indicator Refer to Table 30.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Refer to Table 30.

ENUM Yellow Board extraction The ENUM indicator is off when


Indicator the board works normally.
While unplugging a board, first
open the wrench on the upper
part of the board to turn on
the ENUM micro switch. The
CPU then detects the ENUM
signal. When the board is
exiting the service processing
state, the ENUM indicator
flashes (meanwhile, do not
unplug the board forcibly;
otherwise service data may be
lost). After the board exits the
service processing state, the
ENUM indicator is steady on.
Meanwhile, you can unplug the
board.
After you close the wrench, the
EMUN indicator is off.

ACT Green Primary/backup status ON: the circuit board is an active


indicator board
OFF: the circuit board is a standby
board

LINK1~4 Green Egress 100M Network ON: the external 100 M network
Port State Indicator port is connected
OFF: the egress 100 M network port
is not connected

RUN and ALM indicator status combinations on boards of the ZXUN


USPP system represent different statuses of the boards. Their spe-
cific meanings are described in Table 30.

TABLE 30 MEANINGS FOR INDICATOR RUN/ALM COMBINATIONS

State RUN ALM Meaning

Running Flashing at 1 Hz OFF Normal running


normally

Down- Flashing at 5 Hz OFF Version being downloaded


load ver-
sion Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Version download fails: the board version is
inconsistent with the configuration.

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State RUN ALM Meaning

Solid on OFF Version is successfully downloaded and is


starting now.

Self-test OFF Flashing at 5 Hz Board self-test failure.


fails
OFF Flashing at 2 Hz Operation support system startup failure.

Alarm on Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Logical address obtaining failure.


running
faults Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Basic process power-on failure or timeout.

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Initializing core data area

Flashing at 5 Hz Flashing at 0.5 Version and hardware are inconsistent with


Hz the configuration.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 5 Hz Media plane communication is disconnected.

Flashing at 2 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz HW down

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 2 Hz Link break with OMP.

Flashing at 1 Hz Flashing at 1 Hz Active/standby changeover is being


performed.

Unchanged Solid on Hardware clock lost

1.12.5 Technical Specifications

Provides 4 media plane FE interfaces for external use through


the backplane, and 4 media plane FE interfaces for external
use through the rear board.
Provides the active and standby network interfaces for inter-
board communications.
Provides HW access capacity.
Supports 1+1 active/standby work mode.
Supports hot plug.
Power consumption 45 W.

1.12.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the TIPI board is RMNIC.

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1.13 RMPB Board


1.13.1 Function

The rear board of the OMP board is RMPB, which provides various
interfaces for the OMP board.

1.13.2 Panel

Figure 30 below introduces the panel of the RMPB board.

FIGURE 30 RMPB PANEL

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1.13.3 External Interfaces

Table 31 introduces the external interfaces of RMPB board.

TABLE 31 RMPB INTERFACES

Interface Interface Description


Name

OMC1, OMC2 RJ45 FE interfaces, OMC2 is used to connect to the


NMS server

GPS485 RJ45 FE interface that is used to connect to the GPS


module and communicate with GPS

PD485 RJ45 FE interface that is used to connect to the


RS485 interface of the power distribution subrack to
receive alarm messages of the power source, fans,
door access and the environment as monitored by
PWRD.

RS232 RJ45 FE interface, OMP out-of-band management


232 interface

DEBUG1-232, RF45 debugging serial interface, which is used for


DEBUG2-232 board debugging only. It does not provide service
functions.

1.13.4 Outgoing Lines

RJ45 FE cable that connects the OMC2 interface and the back-
ground NMS server.
RJ45 FE cable that connects the GPS485 interface and the GPS
module.
PD485 cable (RJ45 FE cable) that connects the PD485 interface
with the RS485 interface of the power distribution box.
Serial port line on the RJ45 interface.
Debugging serial port cable on the RJ45 interface.

1.14 RUIM2 and RUIM3 Boards


1.14.1 Function

The rear boards of the UIMC board are RUIM2 and RUIM3 boards,
which jointly provides control panel cascading connection network
interface and debugging RS232 ports for the UIMC board.

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1.14.2 Panels

Figure 31 below introduces the panels of the RUIM2 board and the
RUIM3 board.

FIGURE 31 RUIM2 AND RUIM3 PANELS

1.14.3 External Interfaces

Table 32 introduces the external interfaces of the RUIM2 and


RUIM3 boards.

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TABLE 32 RUIM2 AND RUIM3 INTERFACES

Interface Interface Description


Name

FE1~10 RJ45 FE interfaces, which connect with the UIMC


boards or THUB boards in other shelves. Wherein,
FE1/2, FE3/4 and FE5/6 act as three pair of routing
ports, which connect with the UIMC board for
dual-shelf/multi-shelf cascade; FE7~10 act as the
trunk port, which connect with the THUB board
for inter-shelf cascade. If you do not implement
the inter-shelf cascade with the trunk method, the
FE7 interface can be taken as the board debugging
interface.

CLKIN Clock input interface. Input clock signals are


distributed to other boards in the shelf after phase
lock and drive.

DEBUG-FE RJ45 debugging network interface, which is used for


board debugging only. It does not provide service
functions.

DEBUG-232 RJ45 debugging serial interface, which is used for


board debugging only. It does not provide service
functions.

1.14.4 Outgoing Lines

FE cable on the RJ45 interface.


Clock cable.
Debugging network interface cable on the RJ45 interface.
Debugging serial port cable on the RJ45 interface.

1.14.5 Differences Between RUIM2 and


RUIM3

The RUIM2 board is inserted into a lower slot, while the RUIM3
board is inserted into a higher slot.
The RUIM2 provides the following FE interfaces: No. 1, 3, 5,
7 and 9; The RUIM3 provides the following FE interfaces: No.
2, 4, 6, 8 and 10.

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1.15 RMNIC Board


1.15.1 Function

The rear board of the SIPI board and the TIPI board is RMNIC,
which provides various interface.

1.15.2 Panel

Figure 32 below introduces the panel of the RMNIC board.

FIGURE 32 RMNIC PANEL

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1.15.3 External Interfaces

Table 33 introduces the external interfaces of RMINC board.

TABLE 33 RMNIC INTERFACES

Interface Interface Description


Name

FE1~FE4 RJ45 FE interfaces, which are used for IP


signaling processing, communication between
FE and background modules, and cross-office
communications.

DEBUG-FE RF45 debugging network interface, which is used for


board debugging only. It does not provide service
functions.

PrPMC232 RF45 debugging serial interface, which is used for


board debugging only. It does not provide service
functions.

8KOUT/ARM2 RJ45 8K clock line or serial port debugging line. It


32 provides 8K system clock, which can be outputted to
the CLKG board so as to act as the clock reference.
In addition, this interface can be used for debugging.
It does not provide service functions while debugging.

1.15.4 Outgoing Lines

FE cable on the RJ45 interface.


Debugging network interface cable on the RJ45 interface.
Debugging serial port cable on the RJ45 interface.
8K clock line or serial port debugging line on the RJ45 interface.

1.16 RCHB1 and RCHB2 Boards


1.16.1 Function

The rear boards of THUB board are RCHB1 board and RCHB2
board, which jointly provide external interfaces for the THUB
board.

1.16.2 Panel

The panel of the RCHB1 board and the RCHB2 board is as shown
in Figure 33.

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FIGURE 33 RCHB1 AND RCHB2 PANEL VIEW

1.16.3 External Interfaces

Specific meanings of holes on the RCHB1 and RCHB2 rear boards


are as shown in Table 34.

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TABLE 34 REAR BOARD EXTERNAL PORTS

Hole Description

Odd FE1-15 Odd-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE1-15

Odd FE17-31 Odd-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE17-31

Odd FE33-45 Odd-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE33-45

Even FE2-16 Even-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE2-16

Even FE18-32 Even-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE18-32

Even FE34-46 Even-numbered control-plane FE ports from


FE34-46

DEBUG-FE/232 RJ45 debugging network/serial interface,


which is used for board debugging only. It
does not provide service functions.

Note:
The odd ports FE1-FE41 on RCHB1 and the even ports FE2-FE42
on RCHB2 compose 21 pairs of routing ports. The FE43 and FE45
ports on RCHB1 and the FE44 and FE46 ports on RCHB2 compose
a set of trunk ports.
Each cable on RCHB1/RCHB2 is composed of 8 wires numbered
with port1-port8. The RCHB1 and RCHB2 rear boards respectively
provide one wire to compose a pair of routing wires. In another
word, the FE1 on RCHB1 and the FE2 on RCHB2 compose a pair of
routing ports. Viewed from the wiring of the rear boards, port1 of
the odd slot and port 1 of the even slot compose a pair of routing
wires and port 2 of the odd slot and port 2 of the even slot compose
another pair of routing wires, and so on.
Port6 and port7 of the lowest port on the odd slots and port6 and
port7 of the lowest port on the even slot compose a set of trunk
ports.

1.16.4 Outgoing Lines

FTP CAT5E shielded data cable: there are two cables between
the CHUB board and each UIMC board in other shelves with no
limitation of connection sequence. Each pair of cables are con-
nected respectively from the RCHB1 and RCHB2 boards to the
identification positions FEn (n=1-6) on the RUIM2 and RUIM3
boards. For example, FE1 and FE2 compose a pair of routing
ports.

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Debugging network interface cable or serial interface cable on


the RJ45 interface.

1.16.5 Differences Between RCHB1


and RCHB2

RCHB1 board is inserted to the lower slot while the RCHB2 board
is inserted into the higher slot.
The RCHB1 board provides the 1st-45th odd FE ports and the
RCHB2 board provides the 2nd-46th even FE ports.

1.17 RSPB Board


1.17.1 Function

The rear board of the SPB/HSL board is RSPB, which provides var-
ious interfaces for the SPB/HSL board.

1.17.2 Panel

Figure 34 below introduces the panel of the RSPB board.

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FIGURE 34 RSPB PANEL

1.17.3 Jumper

The RSPB uses different jumpers for signals with different imped-
ances:
75 E1 cable
On the RSPB board, the E1 cable works in the 75 unbal-
anced coaxial transmission mode by default. The sending end
grounded through the jumper. The receiving end is connected
to a capacitor (0.1uF) and then grounded through the jumper.
Jumpers X11~X14 are used to complete such settings. The
setting methods of X11~X14 are listed in Table 35. For Jumper
X11, N equals 1; for Jumper X12, N equals 5; for Jumper X13,
N equals 9; for Jumper X14, N equals 13.

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TABLE 35 CONNECTING MODES

Connecting Modes Definitions

1-2 Connect E1_TXN-R to the protection


ground (Path N)

3-4 Connect E1_RXN-R to the protection


ground (Path N)

5-6 Connect E1_TXN+1-R to the protection


ground (Path N+1)

7-8 Connect E1_RX N+1 -R to the


protection ground (Path N+1)

9-10 Connect E1_TXN+2-R to the protection


ground (Path N+2)

11-12 Connect E1_RX N+2 -R to the


protection ground (Path N+2)

13-14 Connect E1_TXN+3-R to the protection


ground (Path N+3)

15-16 Connect E1_RX N+3 -R to the


protection ground (Path N+3)

120 E1 cable
If the E1 cable works in the 120 PCM cable balanced
transmission mode, short-circuit blocks on Jumpers X11~X14
should be removed.
100 T1 trunk
If the E1 cable works in the 100 trunk balanced transmission
mode, short-circuit blocks on Jumpers X11~X14 should also be
removed.

1.17.4 External Interfaces

Table 36 introduces the external interfaces of RSPB board.

TABLE 36 RSPB INTERFACES

Interface Interface Description


Name

T1/E1 1-16 68-core trunk cable interface, which provides 16 T1


or E1 lines.

CPU2-RS232, RJ45 debugging serial interface, which is used to


CPU3-RS232, debug CPU2 to CPU4. It does not provide service
CPU4-RS232 functions during debugging.

8KOUT/CPU1- RJ45 8K clock line or serial port debugging line. It


RS232 provides 8K system clock, which can be outputted to
the CLKG board so as to act as the clock reference.
In addition, this interface can be used for debugging.
It does not provide service functions while debugging.

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1.17.5 Outgoing Lines

68 core trunk cables, including:


75 balanced coaxial cable;
120 PCM balanced cable;
100 trunk cable;
8K clock line or serial port debugging line on the RJ45 interface.
Debugging serial port cable on the RJ45 interface.

1.18 RCKG1 and RCKG2 Boards


1.18.1 Function

The rear boards of the CLKG board are RCKG1 and RCKG2, which
jointly provides clock input and output interfaces for the CLKG
board.

1.18.2 Panel

Figure 35 below introduces the panel of the RCKG1 board and the
RCKG2 board.

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FIGURE 35 RCKG1 AND RCKG2 PANEL

1.18.3 External Interfaces

Table 37 introduces the external interfaces of RCKG1 and RCKG2.

TABLE 37 RCKG1 AND RCKG2 INTERFACES

Interface Interface Description


Name

2Mbps/2MHz 2 Mbits or 2 MHz clock input interface for 2 Mbits


(similar to E1 signals) clock reference or 2MHz (square
ware) clock reference

8KIN1 The 1st path 8K clock input interface (RJ45 interface)


for 8K clock reference

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Interface Interface Description


Name

8KIN2 The 2nd path 8K clock input interface (RJ45 interface)


for 8K clock reference

PP2S/16C- GPS clock input interface (RJ45 interface) for PP2S or


HIP 16CHIP clock reference

CLKOUT Clock output interface. Each interface outputs 3 groups


of clock (16M, PP2S and 8K)

1.18.4 Outgoing Lines

2 Mbps/2 MHz clock cable.


8K clock cable on the RJ45 interface.
PP2S/16CHIP clock cable on the RJ45 interface.
System clock cable.

1.18.5 Differences Between RCKG1


and RCKG2

The RCKG1 board is inserted into a lower slot, while the RCKG2
board is inserted into a higher slot.
The RCKG1 board provides two 8K clock input interfaces and
one 2 Mbps/2 MHz clock input interface; the RCKG2 board pro-
vides 1 PP2S/16CHIP clock input interface.
The RCKG1 board provides 6 groups of clock output interfaces;
the RCKG2 board provides 9 groups of clock output interfaces.

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Chapter 2 Background Hardware
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Hardware Composition
>> Server Cabinet
>> ATCA Shelf
>> Chassis Management Module
>> Other Modules
>> SBC11 Server Blade
>> SBC12 Server Blade
>> GES01 Switch Blade
>> RSB11 Server Blade Rear Board
>> RGT Board

2.1 Hardware Composition


ZXUN USPP background modules include:
Provision Subsystem
UDS Subsystem
OMM Subsystem
Maintenance Tools Subsystem
ZXUN USPP background hardware components include:
The server cabinet, whose hardware structure is shown in Table
38.

TABLE 38 SERVER CABINET HARDWARE STRUCTURE

Cabi- Cabinet Shelf Front Rear Remarks


net Component Component Board Board

Server ATCA Shelf Server blade SBC11 RSB11 Mandatory. Used to install
Cabi- server software for the
net Provision Subsystem, the
OMM Subsystem and the
Maintenance Tools Subsystem.

SBC12 RSB11 Mandatory. Used to install DSA


and DST software in the UDS
Subsystem.

Switch blade GES01 RGT Mandatory

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Cabi- Cabinet Shelf Front Rear Remarks


net Component Component Board Board

Chassis CMM - Mandatory


Management
Module

Power module - - Mandatory

Fan Subrack - - Mandatory

Power - - - Mandatory
junction box

Other - - - Configure according actual


external needs. Including disk array,
components switch KVM, etc.

External PC. Configure according to actual conditions. It is


used to install the agent client, OMM client and Maintenance
Tools Client.

2.2 Server Cabinet


2.2.1 Function

The server cabinet is the carrier of the server, the RAID and other
electronic devices. It provides a comfortable working environment
for internal electronic devices.
The hardware of UDS, Provision, OMM and Maintenance Tools sub-
systems of ZXUN USPP use server blades and disk arrays. Server
blades are installed in ATCA racks. ATCA shelves and disk arrays
are placed in the server cabinet.

2.2.2 Appearance

Its appearance view is as shown in Figure 36. Its top view is as


shown in Figure 37. Its bottom view is as shown in Figure 38.

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FIGURE 36 SERVER CABINET APPEARANCE

The unit for dimensions is mm.

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FIGURE 37 SERVICE CABINET TOP VIEW

1. Earth Point
2. Cable Lid
3. Outlet
4. Plastic Lid

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FIGURE 38 SERVICE CABINET BOTTOM VIEW

1. Tail 4. Air Inlet


2. Cable Lid 5. Plastic Lid
3. Outlet

2.2.3 Composition

Figure 39 describes the composition of the server cabinet.

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FIGURE 39 SERVER CABINET LAYOUT

1. Front Door 6. Shelves


2. Top Panel 7. Side Decorative Plate
3. Antenna Lid 8. Tail
4. Top Side Plane 9. Decorating Plate
5. Top Cabinet Joiner

2.2.4 Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the server cabinet are as shown in


Table 39.

TABLE 39 TECHNICAL INDICES OF SERVER CABINET

Item Specification

Category 19 in. Series Cabinet

Cabinet Name B6010-20B Cabinet

Cabinet color The main body of the cabinet is blue, with silver
sectional bars at both sides of the door.

Cabinet Outline 600 mm 1000 mm 2000 mm (Width Depth


Dimension Height)

Tail Size 360 mm 886 mm (Width Depth)

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Item Specification

Internal Space Internal height is 42 U; internal width is 19 U.

Cabinet weight The net weight is about 170 kg.

2.2.5 Power Junction Box

2.2.5.1 Function

It distributes AC or DC power for the server cabinet and its internal


load allocation.

2.2.5.2 Appearance

This topic introduces the AC power distribution box with dual


9-path power supply. Other power distribution boxes are similar
to this.

FIGURE 40 AC POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX APPEARANCE

1. 32 A Miniature Monopolar Breaker 3. Base Plate


2. 10 A Miniature Monopolar Breaker 4. Panel

2.2.5.3 Structure

This topic introduces the AC power distribution box with dual


9-path power supply. Other power distribution boxes are similar
to this.

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FIGURE 41 AC POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX

1. 32 A Miniature Monopolar Breaker 3. Earthing Combination Screw


2. 10 A Miniature Monopolar Breaker 4. Connection Terminal

2.2.5.4 Technical Specifications

The electrical indices of the dual 9-path DC power distribution


box are as shown in Table 40.

TABLE 40 ELECTRICAL INDICES OF DUAL 9-PATH DC POWER


DISTRIBUTION BOX

Parameter Description

Size 482.6 mm 221.5 mm


78.2 mm (Width Depth
Thickness)

Voltage -48 V

Current Master Switch 125 A

Left Six Paths 63 A

Right Three Paths 32 A

The electrical indices of the dual 9-path AC power distribution


box are as shown in Table 41.

TABLE 41 ELECTRICAL INDICES OF DUAL 9-PATH AC POWER


DISTRIBUTION BOX

Parameter Description

Size 482.6 mm 221.5 mm 78.2 mm (Width


Depth Thickness)

Voltage 220 V

Current Current: master switch 32 A/branch circuit 10 A

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2.3 ATCA Shelf


2.3.1 Function

The ATCA shelf if the core of ZXUN USPP background modules. It


houses server blades and switch blades, provides strong process-
ing capacity and large-volume backplane switch capacity, provides
the server functions of Provision, OMM, and Maintenance Tools
subsystems, and the DSA and DST functions of the UDS subsys-
tem.

2.3.2 Appearance

Front View Figure 42 shows the front view of the 13 U shelf.

FIGURE 42 13 U SHELF FRONT VIEW

1. Server Blade 5. Dust Screen


2. Front Cable Trough 6. Switch Blade
3. Fan Subrack Panel 7. ATCA Shelf
4. Chassis Management Module 8. Wrench

At maximum configuration, the front side of 13 U shelf can contain


12 server blades, 2 switch blades, 2 CMMs and 3 fan subracks. The
blades are inserted between the upper and lower guide rails of the
shelf from the front; blades, modules, subracks and dust screens
can be replaced and maintained from the front side.
The ATCA shelf has 14 front slots, among which Slots 1 to 6 and
9 to 14 are used for server blades, and Slots 7 to 8 are used for
switch blades.

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Back View Figure 43 shows the back view of the 13 U shelf.

FIGURE 43 13 U SHELF BACK VIEW

1. Rear Board of Server Blade 5. Back Cable Trough


2. Rear Board of Switch Blade 6. ATCA Shelf
3. Chassis Data Module 7. Wrench
4. Power Entry Module

At maximum configuration, the back side of 13 U shelf can contain


14 rear boards, 2 PEMs and 2 CDMs. The rear boards are inserted
between the upper and lower guide rails of the shelf from the front;
rear boards, CDMs and PEMs can be replaced and maintained from
the back side.
The ATCA shelf has 14 back slots, among which Slots 1 to 6 and 9
to 14 are used for rear boards of server blades, and Slots 7 to 8
are used for rear boards of switch blades.

2.3.3 Composition

The ATCA shelf adopts the modular, compatible and scalable hard-
ware structure. It is a powerful service processing platform that
satisfies carrier-class RAS requirements. Its hardware compo-
nents are classified into the following parts:
Service processing center: CPU subsystem consisting of server
blades.
Service switch center: switch subsystem consisting of dual-
star topology switch blades.
Service processing support center: electro-mechanical subsys-
tem consisting of shared shelves, fan subracks and PEMs.

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Equipment management center: equipment management sub-


system consisting of CMM and the hybrid dual-star topology
bus.
Figure 44 introduces its hardware structure.

FIGURE 44 ATCA SHELF HARDWARE STRUCTURE

2.3.4 Technical Specifications

The design of the ATCA shelf complies with PICMG 3.0 standards.
Its technical specifications are listed in Table 42.

TABLE 42 ATCA SHELF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Shelf 19 inch standard 13 U shelf that complies with PICMG 3.0


standards

Inte- 482.6 mm 415 mm 575 mm (Width Depth Height)


grated
equip-
ment di-
mensions

Weight 33 kg when empty, 75 kg when fully configured.

Shelf Compatible with ZTE products or third-party 19 inch wide


capacity standard telecom cabinets

Maxi- less than 4140 W


mum
power

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Item Specification

Working -40.5 V DC to -72 V DC


Voltage

Power 4 paths of power input; each path is protected against


input overcurrent by a 50 A circuit breaker

Working Long term: temperature 0 C to 40 C, humidity 20% to


Condition 90%.
Short term: temperature -5 C to 45 C, humidity 5% to
95%.

2.4 Chassis Management Module


2.4.1 Function

As the center of the hardware management system, CMM pro-


vides hybrid diastral management bus interface (diastral struc-
ture for board slots and the power module, and bus structure for
the fans). Through the IPMC controller connection between the
backplane and the boards, it controls the connections between
the power module, fans and intelligent components, monitors and
records system events, thus implementing status monitoring, de-
vice management, event management, asset management and
remote maintenance of the system.
In case of temperature/voltage exceeding the thresholds, IPMB
connection events or failures, CMM obtains related information
and saves such data in the event log, and lights up the ALM
indicator.
CMM can query FRU information (such as serial number and
manufacturing data).
CMM can detect the insertion or removal of system compo-
nents ( such as blades and PEMs), and monitor their running
conditions.
CMM controls the booting sequence and the internal power of
each board on the slot.
CMM provides comprehensive management interfaces, includ-
ing CLI and SNMP interfaces.

Note:
Two CMM boards can be deployed in the shelf. When both are
powered on, by default, the one in the left slot is in the active
mode, whereas the other board is the standby. Otherwise the first
installed board is active and the other is standby.

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2.4.2 Panel

The CMM panel provides LED indicators, telecom alarm interfaces,


network interfaces, serial ports, hotswap wrenches and the reset
button. The panel is as shown in Figure 45.

FIGURE 45 CMM PANEL

1. Network interface 1/2 link status 7. Active/standby CMM link status in-
indicator dicator
2. User-defined status indicator 8. Alarm indicator
3. ACT indicator 9. Network interface 2
4. Reset button 10. Network interface 1/serial port
5. Health status indicator 11. Telecom alarm interface
6. Hot-swap indicator

2.4.3 Indicators

Panel Indicators The CMM panel has three user-defined indicators one ACT indi-
cator, three ALM indicators, one H/S indicator, one health status
indicator and three link indicators. Table 43 describes these indi-
cators.

TABLE 43 CMM INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description

Amber Minor Alarm Indicator Off: no minor alarm


On: minor alarms exist

Amber Major Alarm Indicator Off: no major alarm


On: major alarms exist

Amber Critical Alarm Indicator Off: no critical alarms


On: critical alarms exist

H/S Blue Hotswap indicator Off: the board is running


On: the board is powered off and
can be plugged out
Flashing slowly: activating board
Flashing quickly: deactivating
board before it is plugged out

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

OK Dual colors Health status indicator Off: CMM has no power


(read/gre- Green flashing: board is running
en) normally
Red on: alarms exist and board is
abnormal

LINK1 Green Network interface 1 status On: network interface is connected


indicator

LINK2 Green Network interface 2 status On: network interface is connected


indicator

LINK3 Green Active/standby CMM link On: active/standby CMM is


status indicator connected to Ethernet interface
(Network Interface 2) through the
backplane

A/B/C - User self-defined status Indicator status can be defined


indicator with CMM software. Indicator
statuses may include: off, green,
yellow and red.

ACT Green Active/Standby Indicator On: active


Off: standby

H/S Indicator The relationships between H/S indicator status and CMM opera-
tions are as follows:
When CMM is in the slot but the wrench is open, the indicator
is on.
CMM is in the free mode, so it can be swapped.
When the wrench is closed, the indicator is off.
CMM is in the working mode, so it cannot be swapped.

2.4.4 Buttons

CMM panel has one reset button that is used to reset the board.
Table 44 lists button description.

TABLE 44 CMM BUTTON

Function Operation

RESET Press it for at least 2 seconds to reset the CMM

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Caution:
Do not use this button to reset the CMM when the system is run-
ning programs or commands. This may result in data loss.

2.4.5 Interface

The CMM board has one alarm output serial port and two network
interfaces (The left one is Network Interface 1 and the right one is
Network Interface 2). Network Interface 1 integrates the network
port and the serial port: the network port occupies four lines of
RJ45 connector (Line 1/2/3/6), while the serial port uses three out
of the remaining four lines ( Line 4/5/7).
Table 45 describes interfaces on the CMM panel.

TABLE 45 CMM PANEL INTERFACES

Inter- Function Description


face

Network Debugging RJ45 interface that complies with RS-232


Inter- Network In- standard, with a bit rate of 115200 bit/s.
face 1 terface/Se- The serial port is used for configuration and
rial Port debugging; the network interface is used to
connect to background OMM modules.

Network Configura- RJ45 interface, standard FE interface. If


Inter- tion network the backplane does not support the direct
face 2 interface active-standby connection channel, this
interface is used as the data synchronization
interface between the active and standby
CMM over the network cable.

In addition, the fourth network interface at the back of CMM is con-


nected to the backplane it connects the active CMM to the standby
CMM.
Network Interfaces 1 and 2 can be switched to the backplane with
CMM commands, and then connected to the switch blade. If these
interfaces are switched to the backplane, then Network Interface
1 no longer supports network interface connection; it shall serve
as the debugging serial interface only. Network Interface 1 (eth0)
is connected with the switch blade on its same side, while Network
Interface 2 (eth1) is connected with the switch blade on a different
side.

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Caution:
To avoid serial port interference on the normal operation of the
board, when the serial port is in use, the host side should not be
suspended. When the serial port is in use, you should first connect
the serial line to the host side, and then connect the serial line to
the serial port of the board.

2.4.6 Technical Specifications

CMM design complies with PICMG 3.0 standard and IPMI V1.5 stan-
dard. Its technical specifications are described in Table 46.

TABLE 46 CMM TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Dimen- 144.5 mm 280 mm 15.24 mm (Width Depth


sions Height)

Weight 0.9 kg

Power Normal power: 17 W. Maximum power: 28 W.

2.5 Other Modules


2.5.1 Power Entry Module

2.5.1.1 Function

The PEM consists of the PEMC board, the PEMF board, and the
IPMC daughter card on the PEMC board. The PEM monitors and
filters the power supply of the shelf.
PEMC board functions:
Measures PEM input power voltage, and sends the mea-
sured value to the IPMC daughter card interface.
Detects PEM circuit breaker status, and sends status infor-
mation to the IPMC daughter card interface.
Displays board status, PEM circuit breaker status, PEM
hotswap status through indicators on the panel.
Transmits PEM hardware address from the PEMF board to
the IMPC daughter card interface.
Provides FRU information for EEPROM to store PEM, which
can be read/written by the IMPC daughter card.

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PEMF board functions:


Filters the dual-path -48 V DC power of the shelf.
Routes the filtered -48 V DC power to the backplane.
Protects the dual-path -48 V DC power of the shelf against
lightning and short circuits.

2.5.1.2 Appearance

The PEM consists of the EMI filtering circuit, the lightning protec-
tion circuit and the power management and control module.
Connecting terminals -48V A and-48V RTNA are connected re-
spectively to the -48V and -48VGND terminal of one power
supply path.
Connecting terminals -48V B and-48V RTNB are connected
respectively to the -48V and -48VGND terminal of the other
power supply path.
Figure 46 introduces the PEM of the shelf.

FIGURE 46 PEM APPEARANCE

1. Power switch 6. Hotswap button


2. Handle 7. Hotswap indicator
3. Captive screw 8. Health indicator
4. Connection terminal 9. Power B status indicator
5. Power A status indicator

2.5.1.3 Indicators

The active/standby PEM board has four indicators: H/S indicator,


health status indicator, Power A status indicator and Power B status
indicator. IPMC controls these indicators. The indicator control
modes are shown in Table 47.

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TABLE 47 IPMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODES OF PEM

Mode H/S OK OK - 48 - 48 - 48 - 48 Description


(Blue) (Red) (Gre- VA VA VB VB
en) (Red) (Gre- (Re- (Gre-
en) d) en)

Board_Re- Off - On - On - On IPMC is


set powered on
and reset

HW_Addr_ - 1 Hz Off - - - - Hardware


Err address error

Hots- On Off Off - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M1 power-on is
M1

Hots- Off for - - - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M2 900 ms power-on is
On for M2
100 ms

Hots- Off - - - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M3 power-on is
M3

Hots- Off Off 1 Hz - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M4 power-on is
M4

Hots- Off for - - - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M5 900 ms power-on is
On for M5
100 ms

Hots- Off for - - - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M6 900 ms power-on is
On for M6
100 ms

Hots- - - - - - - The commu-


wap_M7 nication is ab-
normal, and
the status of
each indicator
is the same
with that in
the previous
mode

Board_W- - 1 Hz Off - - - - Alarms are


arn generated on
the board

BreakA_ - 1 Hz Off 1 Hz Off - - Airswitch A is


Off off

BreakA_ - 1 Hz Off - - 1 Hz Off Airswitch B is


Off off

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Mode H/S OK OK - 48 - 48 - 48 - 48 Description


(Blue) (Red) (Gre- VA VA VB VB
en) (Red) (Gre- (Re- (Gre-
en) d) en)

PowerA_ - 1 Hz Off 1 Hz Off - - No power


Err input from
Power A

PowerB_ - 1 Hz Off - - 1 Hz Off No power


Err input from
Power B

Board_OK - Off 1 Hz Off Off Off Off PEM works


normally

2.5.1.4 Technical Specifications

The total power consumption of the PEMC board (including the


IPMC daughter card) does not exceed 10 W.
The EMC transmission interference test of the shelf meets the re-
quirements of Class A standard.

2.5.2 Fan Subrack

2.5.2.1 Function

The fan subrack for the shelf adopts the redundancy design. Each
shelf has 3 fan subracks, each subrack containing two fans. The
fan subrack can be operated and maintained independently.
In case of faults or control device failure, the redundancy design
ensures that the fans can work normally; even if one fan fails, the
system can still work normally.
The IPMC daughter card monitors fan rotation speed, outlet tem-
perature, and fan voltage.

2.5.2.2 Appearance

The shelf has 3 fan subracks that are located at the bottom of the
cabinet to provide air cooling.
The appearance of the fan subrack is shown in Figure 47. Each fan
subrack contains 2 fans and 1 fan monitoring board.

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FIGURE 47 FAN SUBRACK APPEARANCE

1. Wrench 4. Working indicator


2. Captive screw 5. Alarm indicator
3. Hotswap button 6. Hotswap indicator

2.5.2.3 Indicators

Panel Indicators The panel of the fan subrack has 3 indicators, SWAP (hotswap),
RUN, and ALM (alarm). These indicators display the status of the
fan subrack. Table 48 describes these indicators.

TABLE 48 FAN SUBRACK INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description Normal


status

RUN Green Working indicator It indicates the work mode of Flashing


the fan green

SWAP Blue Hot-swap indicator It indicates the hotswap Off


status of the fan

ALM Red Alarm indicator It indicates fan alarms, such Off


as low rotating speed

IPMC Indicator IPMC controls these indicators. IPMC applications control these
Control Modes indicators according to the status of IPMC daughter cards, differ-
ent IPMC statuses can be displayed based on different modes, as
shown in Table 49.

TABLE 49 IPMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODES FOR FAN SUBRACK

Mode SWAP RUN ALM Description


Indicator Indicator Indicator
(Blue) (Green) (Red)

Board_Reset Off On On IPMC is powered on and reset

HW_Addr_ - - 1 Hz Hardware address error


Err

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Mode SWAP RUN ALM Description


Indicator Indicator Indicator
(Blue) (Green) (Red)

Hotswap_M1 On Off Off Status of IPMC power-on is M1

Hotswap_M2 Off for 100 ms Off Off Status of IPMC power-on is M2


On for 900 ms

Hotswap_M3 Off Off Off Status of IPMC power-on is M3

Hotswap_M4 Off 1 Hz - Status of IPMC power-on is M4

Hotswap_M5 Off for 900 ms - - Status of IPMC power-on is M5


On for 100 ms

Hotswap_M6 Off for 900 ms - - Status of IPMC power-on is M6


On for 100 ms

Hotswap_M7 - - The communication is


abnormal, and the status
of each indicator is the same
with that in the previous mode.

Board_Warn - Off 1 Hz Minor alarms of the fan are


generated

Board_OK - 1 Hz Off The fan works normally.

2.6 SBC11 Server Blade


2.6.1 Functions

On the SBC11 server blade, you can install service applications


for the DBIO server, the Interface Message Processor, the OMM
server, and the Maintenance Tools Server, so that it can serve as
the Provision Subsystem, the OMM Subsystem, and the Mainte-
nance Tools Subsystem.
The SBC11 server blade has the following features:
Uses 64-bit low voltage AMD Opteron CPU; provides dual-path
dual-core 2.2 GHz CPU.
Uses 4 GB DDR2 memory.
Supports on-board storage with hard disk daughter cards.
Each daughter card supports two 146 GB SAS hard disks, and
supports RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 0+1 features.
Provides 2 Base channels, 2 Fabric channels and 1 update
channel.
The update channel adopts the PCIE/GE compatible design,
and can be switched between PCIE and GE modes with the
electronic switch. The Fabric channels and the update channel
both support E-Keying.

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Provides FC, PS/2, USB and VGA interfaces through the rear
board.
The front board provides 1 RS232 interface and 2 USB inter-
faces.
The front board provides the reset key and board indicators.
Has overheat detection circuits for on-board chips and voltage
inspection circuits for on-board power sources, which can re-
set the system and shut down the power sources in case of
emergency.
In case of single-slot configuration, its maximum power con-
sumption is 300 W; in case of dual-slot configuration, its max-
imum power consumption is 480 W.

2.6.2 Panel

The panel of the SBC11 server blade provides multiple LED indi-
cators, interfaces, wrenches, and one reset key. The panel is as
shown in Figure 48.

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FIGURE 48 SBC11 PANEL

1. OOS indicator 6. Hot-swap indicator


2. OK indicator 7. Reset button
3. ACT indicator 8. Serial interface
4. HOST indicator 9. USB Interface
5. Hard disk status indicator

2.6.3 Indicators

Panel Indicator The panel of the SBC11 server blade provides abundant indicators
to display the status of the switch blade. Indicator meanings are
shown in Table 50.

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TABLE 50 SBC11 INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description Normal status

OOS Dual-color Board service Controlled by IPMC, Off


indicator status indicator it indicates the status
(red/green) of Payload. If the
red indicator is OFF,
the board is working
normally; if the red
indicator is ON, the
board is not in the
servicing state.

OK Dual-color Health status Controlled by IPMC, it Flashing green


indicator indicator indicates IPMC health
(red/green) status, such as alarms
and online upgrade
in process. The red
indicator flashes when
alarms are generated.
The higher the alarm
severity level, the
quicker the flashing is.

H/S Blue Hotswap Controlled by IPMC, it Off


indicator indicates the status of
HOTSWAP.

ACT Dual-color Pri- It indicates the -


indicator mary/backup active/standby status
(red/green) status indicator of the board. If the
green indicator is OFF,
the board is standby;
if the green indicator
is ON, the board is
active.

HOST Dual-color Running/Alarm The green indicator Flashing green


indicator indicator displays the running
(red/green) status of the board; the
red indicator displays
alarms of the board.

HD1/HD2 Red Hard disk It flashes during hard -


status indicator disk reading/writing
operations

IPMC Indicator IPMC controls OOS, OK and H/S indicators. IPMC applications
Control Modes control these indicators according to the status of IPMC daughter
cards, different IPMC statuses can be displayed based on different
modes, as shown in Table 51.

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TABLE 51 PMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODES OF SBC11 BOARD

Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Board_Reset Off Off On Off Off Status of board


indicator when
IPMC is powered
on or reset

HW_Addr_ Off Off Off Flashing at Off Hardware


Err 1 Hz address error

Hotswap_M1 On On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M1.

Hotswap_M2 Off for On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M2.
On for
100 ms

Hotswap_M3 Off On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M3.

Hotswap_M4 Off Off - Off Flashing Status of IPMC


at 1 Hz power-on is M4.

Hotswap_M5 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M5.
On for
100 ms

Hotswap_M6 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M6.
On for
100 ms

Board_Warn - - - Flashing at Off Alarms are


1 Hz generated on
the board

Board_OK - - - Off Flashing Board is


at 1 Hz functioning
properly.

H/S Indicator The relationships between H/S indicator status and board opera-
tions are as follows:
When the board is in the slot but the wrench is open, the in-
dicator is on; after the wrench is closed, the indicator flashes
slowly to request activation; after activation is complete, the
indicator is off.
When the indicator is off, the board is in the working mode, so
it cannot be swapped;
When the wrench is opened from the closed status, the indica-
tor flashes frequently to request deactivation; after deactiva-
tion is complete, the indicator is on.
When the indicator is on, the board is in the free mode, so it
can be swapped.

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2.6.4 Interfaces

The panel of the SBC11 server blade provides 1 serial interface


and 2 USB interfaces. Table 52 describes these interfaces.

TABLE 52 SBC11 INTERFACES

Interface Function Description

Serial interface Debugging serial RS232 standard


interface

USB Interface Connecting USB USB2.0 standard


devices

2.6.5 Technical Specifications

The SBC 11 server blade design complies with PICMG 3.0 standard.
Its technical specifications are described in Table 53.

TABLE 53 SBC11 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Dimensions 28.95 mm 350.93 mm 283.94 mm


(Width Depth Height)

Power 2-path redundant - 48 V DC power (provided by the


supply backplane)
Power 300 W

2.6.6 Rear Board

The rear board of server blade SBC11 is RSB11.

2.7 SBC12 Server Blade


2.7.1 Function

On the SBC12 server blade, you can install DSA and DST service
applications to provide the directory service agent and data dump
functions.
The SBC12 server blade has the following features:
Uses 64-bit low voltage AMD Opteron CPU; provides dual-path
dual-core 2.2 GHz CPU.

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Uses 16 GB DDR2 memory.


Supports on-board storage with hard disk daughter cards.
Each daughter card supports two 146 GB SAS hard disks, and
supports RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 0+1 features.
Provides 2 Base channels, 2 Fabric channels and 1 update
channel.
The update channel adopts the PCIE/GE compatible design,
and can be switched between PCIE and GE modes with the
electronic switch. The Fabric channels and the update channel
both support E-Keying.
Provides FC, PS/2, USB and VGA interfaces through the rear
board.
The front board provides 1 RS232 interface and 2 USB inter-
faces.
The front board provides the reset key and board indicators.
Has overheat detection circuits for on-board chips and voltage
inspection circuits for on-board power sources, which can re-
set the system and shut down the power sources in case of
emergency.
In case of single-slot configuration, its maximum power con-
sumption is 300 W; in case of dual-slot configuration, its max-
imum power consumption is 480 W.

2.7.2 Panel

The panel of the SBC12 server blade provides multiple LED indi-
cators, interfaces, wrenches, and one reset key. The panel is as
shown in Figure 49.

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FIGURE 49 SBC12 PANEL

1. OOS indicator 6. Hot-swap indicator


2. OK indicator 7. Reset button
3. ACT indicator 8. Serial interface
4. HOST indicator 9. USB Interface
5. Hard disk status indicator

2.7.3 Indicators

Panel Indicator The panel of the SBC12 server blade provides abundant indicators
to display the status of the switch blade. Indicator meanings are
shown in Table 54.

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TABLE 54 SBC12 INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description Normal


status

OOS Dual-color Board service Controlled by IPMC, it Off


indicator status indicator indicates the status of
(red/green) Payload. If the red indicator
is OFF, the board is working
normally; if the red indicator
is ON, the board is not in the
servicing state.

OK Dual-color Health status Controlled by IPMC, it Flashing


indicator indicator indicates IPMC health status, green
(red/green) such as alarms and online
upgrade in process. The red
indicator flashes when alarms
are generated. The higher
the alarm severity level, the
quicker the flashing is.

H/S Blue Hotswap Controlled by IPMC, it Off


indicator indicates the status of
HOTSWAP.

ACT Dual-color Pri- It indicates the -


indicator mary/backup active/standby status of
(red/green) status indica- the board. If the green
tor indicator is OFF, the board
is standby; if the green
indicator is ON, the board is
active.

HOST Dual-color Running/Alarm The green indicator displays Flashing


indicator indicator the running status of the green
(red/green) board; the red indicator
displays alarms of the board.

HD1/HD2 Red Hard disk It flashes during hard disk -


status indicator reading/writing operations

IPMC Indicator IPMC controls OOS, OK and H/S indicators. IPMC applications
Control Modes control these indicators according to the status of IPMC daughter
cards, different IPMC statuses can be displayed based on different
modes, as shown in Table 55.

TABLE 55 IPMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODES OF SBC12 BOARD

Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Board_Reset Off Off On Off Off Status of board


indicator when
IPMC is powered
on or reset

HW_Addr_ Off Off Off Flashing at Off Hardware


Err 1 Hz address error

Hotswap_M1 On On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M1.

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Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Hotswap_M2 Off for On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M2.
On for
100 ms

Hotswap_M3 Off On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M3.

Hotswap_M4 Off Off - Off Flashing Status of IPMC


at 1 Hz power-on is M4.

Hotswap_M5 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M5.
On for
100 ms

Hotswap_M6 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M6.
On for
100 ms

Board_Warn - - - Flashing at Off Alarms are


1 Hz generated on
the board

Board_OK - - - Off Flashing Board is


at 1 Hz functioning
properly.

H/S Indicator The relationships between H/S indicator status and board opera-
tions are as follows:
When the board is in the slot but the wrench is open, the in-
dicator is on; after the wrench is closed, the indicator flashes
slowly to request activation; after activation is complete, the
indicator is off.
When the indicator is off, the board is in the working mode, so
it cannot be swapped;
When the wrench is opened from the closed status, the indica-
tor flashes frequently to request deactivation; after deactiva-
tion is complete, the indicator is on.
When the indicator is on, the board is in the free mode, so it
can be swapped.

2.7.4 Interfaces

The panel of the SBC12 server blade provides 1 serial interface


and 2 USB interfaces. Table 56 describes these interfaces.

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TABLE 56 SBC12 INTERFACES

Interface Function Description

Serial interface Debugging serial RS232 standard


interface

USB Interface Connecting USB USB2.0 standard


devices

2.7.5 Technical Specifications

The SBC12 server blade design complies with PICMG 3.0 standard.
Its technical specifications are described in Table 57.

TABLE 57 SBC12 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Dimensions 28.95 mm 350.93 mm 283.94 mm


(Width Depth Height)

Power supply 2-path redundant - 48 V DC power (provided by the


backplane)

Power 300 W

2.7.6 Rear Board

The rear board of server blade SBC12 is RSB11.

2.8 GES01 Switch Blade


2.8.1 Functions

The GES01 switch blade ("switch blade") is an Ethernet GE rout-


ing switch blade with 16 GE interfaces. It is responsible for the
Ethernet switch between the base plane interfaces and the fabric
plane interfaces. Network data switch between server blades and
the CMM is realized through the shelf backplane.
Two switch blades form a dual-star structure to provide the
switch and connectivity between system control plane and the
service plane, and the switch of internal data packets and con-
trol management messages. The dual-star base plane and fab-
ric plane supports high speed data transmission and provides
strong data switch functions.
The IPMC daughter card of the switch blade manages and su-
pervises the board, and communicates with the CMM to re-

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port hardware status and alarms, thus realizing the equipment


management function of the switch blade.
The switch blade uses dual-path -48 V DC power supply from
the backplane. It supports hot plug, and satisfies ATCA stan-
dard power on and power off requirements.
The switch blade should be used together with its rear board,
namely the RGT board. The switch blade is installed in Slots
7 and 8 on the front side of the shelf, and the RGT board is
installed in corresponding slots on the back side.
In addition to the configuration interfaces provided by the
switch blade, the backplane provides external service and
cascading interfaces for the switch blade.

2.8.2 Panel

The panel of the switch board provides multiple LED indicators,


interfaces, wrenches, and one reset button. Its panel is as shown
in Figure 50.

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FIGURE 50 SWITCH BLADE PANEL

1. Base interface indicator 7. Hotswap indicator


2. Fabric interface indicator 8. HOST indicator
3. CMM connection indicator 9. ACT indicator
4. Reset button 10. OK indicator
5. Serial interface 11. OOS indicator
6. Network port

2.8.3 Indicators

Description The panel of the switch blade provides abundant indicators to dis-
play the status of the switch blade. Indicator meanings are shown
in Table 58.

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TABLE 58 SWITCH BLADE INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description Normal status

OOS Dual-color Board Controlled by IPMC, it Off


indicator ( service indicates the status of
red/green) status Payload.If the red indicator
indicator is OFF, the board is working
normally; if the red indicator
is ON, the board is not in the
servicing state.

OK Dual-color Health Controlled by IPMC, it Flashing green


indicator ( status indicates IPMC health status,
red/green) indicator such as alarms and online
upgrade in process.The
red indicator flashes when
alarms are generated. The
higher the alarm severity
level, the quicker the flashing
is.

ACT Dual-color Primary/ba- It indicates the -


indicator ( ckup status active/standby status of
red/green) indicator the board.If the green
indicator is OFF, the board
is standby; if the green
indicator is ON, the board is
active.

H/S Blue Hot-swap Controlled by IPMC, it Off


indicator indicates the status of
HOTSWAP.

HOST Dual-color Run- The green indicator displays Flashing green


indicator ( ning/Alarm the running status of the
red/green) indicator board; the red indicator
displays alarms of the board.

Fabric Green Fabric The indicator is on when Flashing green


Interface the fabric switch plane is
Indicator connected; it flashes when
data transmission is in
process

Base Green Base The indicator is on when Flashing green


Interface the base switch plane is
Indicator connected; it flashes when
data transmission is in
process

Shmc Green CMM It indicates the connection -


Connection between the switch blade
Indicator and the CMM. If the
connection goes through
the network interface on the
CMM panel, the indicator is
off.

IPMC Indicator IPMC controls OOS, OK and H/S indicators. IPMC applications
Control Modes control these indicators according to the status of IPMC daughter
cards, different IPMC statuses can be displayed based on different
modes, as shown in Table 59.

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TABLE 59 IPMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODE OF THE SWITCH BLADE

Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Board_Re- Off Off On Off Off Status of board


set indicator when
IPMC is powered
on or reset

HW_Addr_ Off Off Off Flashing at Off Hardware address


Err 1 Hz error

Hots- On On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


wap_M1 power-on is M1.

Hots- Off for On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


wap_M2 100 ms power-on is M2.
On for
900 ms

Hots- Off On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


wap_M3 power-on is M3.

Hots- Off Off - Off Flashing Status of IPMC


wap_M4 at 1 Hz power-on is M4.

Hots- Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M5 900 ms power-on is M5.
On for
100 ms

Hots- Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


wap_M6 900 ms power-on is M6.
On for
100 ms

Board_W- - - - Flashing at Off Alarms are


arn 1 Hz generated on the
board

Board_OK - - - Off Flashing Board is


at 1 Hz functioning
properly

H/S Indicator The relationships between H/S indicator status and board opera-
tions are as follows:
When the board is in the slot but the wrench is open, the in-
dicator is on; after the wrench is closed, the indicator flashes
slowly to request activation; after activation is complete, the
indicator is off.
When the indicator is off, the board is in the working mode, so
it cannot be swapped;
When the wrench is opened from the closed status, the indica-
tor flashes frequently to request deactivation; after deactiva-
tion is complete, the indicator is on.
When the indicator is on, the board is in the free mode, so it
can be swapped;

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Base and The switch blade panel provides 20 Base interface LEDs and 20
Fabric Interface Fabric interface LEDs, which indicate the connection status of the
Indicators Base plane and the Fabric plane. The relationships between the
LED indicators and the interfaces are shown in Table 60.

TABLE 60 BASE AND FABRIC INTERFACE INDICATORS DESCRIPTION

Indicator Corresponding Indicator Corresponding Indicator Corresponding


Interface/Slot Interface/Slot Interface/Slot

Base Interface Indicator

A1 Physical Slot 1 B1 Physical Slot 2 C1 Physical Slot 3

A2 Physical Slot 4 B2 Physical Slot 5 C2 Physical Slot 6

A3 Physical Slot 9 B3 Physical Slot 10 C3 Physical Slot 11

A4 Physical Slot 12 B4 Physical Slot 13 C4 Physical Slot 14

A5 Rear board B5 Rear board C5 Rear board


interface 1 interface 2 interface 3

A6 Rear board B6 Rear board C6 Rear board


interface 4 interface 5 interface 6

A7 Rear board B7 Rear board C7 -


interface 7 interface 8

Fabric Interface Indicator

A1 Physical Slot 1 B1 Physical Slot 2 C1 Physical Slot 3

A2 Physical Slot 4 B2 Physical Slot 5 C2 Physical Slot 6

A3 Physical Slot 9 B3 Physical Slot 10 C3 Physical Slot 11

A4 Physical Slot 12 B4 Physical Slot 13 C4 Physical Slot 14

A5 Rear board B5 Rear board C5 Rear board


interface 38 interface 39 interface 40

A6 Rear board B6 Rear board C6 Rear board


interface 41 interface 42 interface 43

A7 Rear board B7 Rear board C7 -


interface 44 interface 45

2.8.4 Interfaces

The switch blade panel provides 1 RS232 serial port and 1 fast Eth-
ernet management interface. Table 61 describes these interfaces.

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TABLE 61 SWITCH BLADE INTERFACES

Interface Function Description

RS232 serial Debugging and RJ45 interface, RS232 standard


port configuration
serial port

FE Debugging and RJ45 interface, full duplex, 10/100


configuration configuration FE Base-T self adaptive
interface interface

2.8.5 Technical Specifications

The switch blade design complies with PICMG 3.0 standard. Its
technical specifications are described in Table 62.

TABLE 62 SWITCH BLADE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Switch It provides 2 independent Gigabit switch planes, with a


Capacity bidirectional total switch capacity of 48 Gbps

External It provides eight 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports,


Interfa- eight 1000BASE-BX ports, one 10/100Base-T configuration
ces network ports and one RS232 serial port

Dimen- 28.95 mm 350.93 mm 283.94 mm (Width Depth


sions Height)

Power 100 W

Power -38 V DC to -75 V DC


supply

2.8.6 Rear Board

The rear board of the switch blade is the RGT board.

2.9 RSB11 Server Blade Rear


Board
2.9.1 Functions

The rear board of the RSB11 server blade provides GE, RS232,
USB and KVM interfaces for the server blade to connect to external
devices.

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The rear board is a non-intelligent FRU that is supplementary to


the front board. The rear board is controlled by the IPMC daughter
card on the front board. The IPMC daughter card monitors hard-
ware resources on the rear board and reports monitoring results
to the CMM, which is responsible for rear board resource manage-
ment.
The RSB11 server blade provides 12 V power source and 3.3 V
management power source for its rear board. The rear board does
not support hotswap. Before taking out the rear board, you should
open the wrench to request power off to the front board.
The rear board must work together with the server blade. Server
blades are installed in Slots 1 and 6 on the front side of the shelf,
and corresponding rear boards are installed in corresponding slots
on the back side.

2.9.2 Panel

The panel on the rear board of the RSB11 server blade provides
multiple LED indicators, interfaces and wrenches. The panel is as
shown in Figure 51.

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FIGURE 51 RSB11 PANEL

1. Serial interface 6. VGA interface


2. USB interface 7. Hotswap indicator
3. Mouse interface 8. OK indicator
4. Keyboard interface 9. OOS indicator
5. GE interface

2.9.3 Indicators

Panel Indicators The panel of the RSB11 server blade provides abundant indicators
to display the status of the switch blade. Indicator meanings are
shown in Table 63.

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TABLE 63 RSB11 INDICATORS

Indicator Color Meaning Description Normal status

OOS Dual-color Board service Controlled by Off


indicator status IPMC, it indicates
(red/green) indicator the status of
Payload. If the
red indicator is
OFF, the board is
working normally;
if the red indicator
is ON, the board is
not in the servicing
state.

OK Dual-color Health status Controlled by Flashing green


indicator indicator IPMC, it indicates
(red/green) board health
status, such
as alarms and
online upgrade in
process. The red
indicator flashes
when alarms are
generated. The
higher the alarm
severity level, the
quicker the flashing
is.

H/S Blue Hotswap Controlled by Off


indicator IPMC, it indicates
the status of
HOTSWAP.

IPMC Indicator IPMC controls OOS, OK and H/S indicators. IPMC applications
Control Modes control these indicators according to the status of IPMC daughter
cards, different IPMC statuses can be displayed based on different
modes, as shown in Table 64.

TABLE 64 IPMC INDICATOR CONTROL MODES OF RSB11 BOARD

Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Board_Reset Off Off On Off Off Status of board


indicator when IPMC
is powered on or
reset

HW_Addr_ Off Off Off Flashing Off Hardware address


Err at 1 Hz error

Hotswap_M1 On On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M1.

Hotswap_M2 Off for On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M2.
On for
100 ms

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Mode H/S OOS OOS OK OK Description


(Blue) (Red) (Green) (Red) (Green)

Hotswap_M3 Off On Off Off Off Status of IPMC


power-on is M3.

Hotswap_M4 Off Off - Off Flashing Status of IPMC


at 1 Hz power-on is M4.

Hotswap_M5 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M5.
On for
100 ms

Hotswap_M6 Off for - - - - Status of IPMC


900 ms power-on is M6.
On for
100 ms

Board_Warn - - - Flashing Off Alarms are


at 1 Hz generated on the
board

Board_OK - - - Off Flashing Board is functioning


at 1 Hz properly.

H/S Indicator The relationships between H/S indicator status and board opera-
tions are as follows:
When the board is in the slot but the wrench is open, the in-
dicator is on; after the wrench is closed, the indicator flashes
slowly to request activation; after activation is complete, the
indicator is off.
When the indicator is off, the board is in the working mode, so
it cannot be swapped;
When the wrench is opened from the closed status, the indica-
tor flashes frequently to request deactivation; after deactiva-
tion is complete, the indicator is on.
When the indicator is on, the board is in the free mode, so it
can be swapped.

2.9.4 Interfaces

The rear board of the RSB11 server blade provides 1 configuration


serial interface, 4 GE interfaces, 2 USB ports, 1 keyboard interface,
1 mouse interface and 1 VGA interface. Table 65 describes these
interfaces.

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TABLE 65 RSB11 INTERFACES

Interface Function Description

Serial Port Debugging and RS232 standard


configuration serial port

GE interface Self-adaptive GE interface Complies with IEEE802.3


Ethernet interface
standards

USB Connecting USB devices USB2.0 standard


Interface

Mouse Connecting PS/2 mouse PS/2


interface

Keyboard Connecting PS/2 keyboard PS/2


interface

VGA interface Connecting the monitor VGA interface

2.9.5 Technical Specifications

The RSB11 server blade rear board complies with PICMG 3.0 stan-
dard. Its technical specifications are described in Table 66.

TABLE 66 RSB11 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Dimen- 28.95 mm 350.93 mm 73.94 mm (Width Depth


sions Height)

Power 10 W

2.10 RGT Board


2.10.1 Function

The rear board of the switch blade ("RGT board") provides multi-
ple network interfaces for the switch blade to connect to external
devices for data exchange and communications.
In addition to the single-port connection mode, it also provides
the Trunk mode to connect to other switch blades. Each Trunk
supports up to 8 ports (equal to one 8G port for connectivity with
other switch blades).
The RGT board is a manageable module, which is managed by the
IPMC daughter card of the switch blade.
The RGT board uses -48 V DC power from the switch blade, and
does not support hotswap.

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The RGT board must work together with the switch blade. The
switch blade is installed in Slots 7 and 8 on the front side of the
shelf, and the RGT board is installed in corresponding slots on the
back side.

2.10.2 Panel

The RGT board provides 16 GE interfaces, among which the upper


8 interfaces are base plane interfaces, and the lower 8 are fabric
plane interfaces. The panel is as shown in Figure 52.

FIGURE 52 RGT BOARD

Numbers in the diagram depict different ports on the board.

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2.10.3 Indicators

The panel of the RGT board has no indicator, but the panel of
its front board provides base interface indicators and fabric inter-
face indicators to display the connection status of base and fabric
planes. Table 67 shows the relationships between these indicators
and RGT interfaces.

TABLE 67 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SWITCH BLADE INDICATORS AND RGT INTERFACES

Indicator RGT Interface Indicator RGT Interface Indica- RGT Interface


tor

Base Interface Indicator

A5 Rear board B5 Rear board C5 Rear board


interface 1 interface 2 interface 3

A6 Rear board B6 Rear board C6 Rear board


interface 4 interface 5 interface 6

A7 Rear board B7 Rear board C7 -


interface 7 interface 8

Fabric Interface Indicator

A5 Rear board B5 Rear board C5 Rear board


interface 38 interface 39 interface 40

A6 Rear board B6 Rear board C6 Rear board


interface 41 interface 42 interface 43

A7 Rear board B7 Rear board C7 -


interface 44 interface 45

2.10.4 Interfaces

The RGT board provides 16 GE interfaces, among which the upper


8 interfaces are base plane interfaces, and the lower 8 are fabric
plane interfaces.

2.10.5 Technical Specifications

The rear board of the switch blade complies with PICMG 3.0 stan-
dard. Its technical specifications are described in Table 68.

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TABLE 68 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE REAR BOARD OF THE SWITCH


BLADE

Item Item

Dimensions 28.95 mm 350.93 mm 73.94 mm (Width Depth


Height)

Power 10 W

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Chapter 3 Alarm Box
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Function
>> Panel
>> Buttons
>> Indicators
>> Technical Specifications

3.1 Function
The alarm box is connected to the alarm server through the hub to
receive alarm data from the server. It reports alarms with alarm
indicators and sounds for different alarm severity. Meanwhile, it
displays alarm messages on the LCD.
Alarm box functions include:
Alarm message SMS function
Through proper settings on the alarm server, the built-in mobile
phone module in the alarm box sends current alarms to the
mobile phones of the maintenance staff. Alarms can be set
according to preset severity levels.
Alarm sound function
The built-in speaker of the alarm box reports alarms with beeps
and the current alarm severity with real voices.
Alarm indicator function
Alarms of different severity levels are indicated by LEDs of dif-
ferent colors (yellow, amber, blue and red in the ascending
order of alarm severity).
Alarm server status report function
The alarm box panel has 10 LED indicators that are connected
to 10 groups of alarm servers (usually 10 servers). The indi-
cators report the status of each group of alarm servers, such
as link status, alarm status, etc.
LCD alarm display function
Alarms are displayed on the LCD screen of the alarm box. You
can press the alarm menu and panel buttons to set the alarm
box parameters, such as the IP address, the UIP port number,
button sound switch control, and backlight control.
Remote connection function
The alarm box can connect to a server in the same network
segment, or a remote server in a different network segment.
In the latter case, you need to add a route on the alarm box.

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Therefore, the alarm box need not be placed in the computer


room. It can be placed in the office or the meeting room, which
increases its flexibility.
Multi-office combination function
The alarm box supports up to 128 alarm servers, which can be
classified into 10 groups. Usually, these servers are not in the
same network segment, so this function needs support from
the remote connection function.
Cross-VLAN alarm server support
The alarm can connect to alarm servers in different VLANs
through the layer-2 switch. This cross-VLAN connectivity elim-
inates the need for a high-cost layer-3 switch, while ensuring
the separation of alarm servers from each other.
Network storm detection and alarm function
Proper setting of the network storm threshold on the alarm box
helps you to avoid network congestion caused by data broad-
cast.
Grouped alarm confirmation function
The alarm box confirms alarms on the per-group basis.
Alarm information query function
The alarm box can query the statistical data of alarms of dif-
ferent severity levels on connected alarm servers.
Permanent mute function
You can mute alarms according to their severity levels on the
alarm box.
Remote operation function
You can log in to the alarm box with Telnet, and complete alarm
server configuration, router configuration, VLAN configuration,
SMS parameter configuration and time parameter configura-
tion with MML commands.

3.2 Panel
Figure 53 below introduces the panel of the alarm box.

FIGURE 53 ALARM BOX PANEL

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1. Indicator 4. LCD Screen


2. Alarm Server Indicators 5. Buttons
3. Speaker

3.3 Buttons
The description of alarm box buttons is as shown in Table 69.

TABLE 69 ALARM BOX BUTTONS

Button Function

Cancel Return to the upper menu

OK Confirm that operation results are effective

Menu Open the menu

ACK Acknowledge alarms

Move menu bar and add/deduct IP address and


Port number

Move the cursor to the left and right sides

Reset Reset the alarm box

3.4 Indicators
Alarm Indicators The alarm box panel has 4 LED indicators that indicate 4 alarm
severity levels. Table 70 and Table 71 below introduce indicator
statuses and meanings.

TABLE 70 INDICATOR MEANINGS

Indicator Description

SERIOUS Red, indicating critical alarms

MAJOR blue, indicating major alarms

MINOR orange, indicating minor alarms

WARNING Yellow, indicating warnings

TABLE 71 LED INDICATOR STATUS

Indicator Status Description

Flashing Alarms exist but are not acknowledged

Solid on Alarms exist and are acknowledged

OFF Alarm does not exist

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Alarm Server The alarm box panel has 10 alarm LED indicators, which corre-
Indicators spond to 10 groups of alarm servers. These indicators display the
link status and alarm status of the alarm servers. Table 72 intro-
duces meanings of these LED indicators.

TABLE 72 ALARM LED INDICATOR STATUSES AND MEANINGS

Indicator Status Description


Color

Red Flashing There are new alarms that are not


acknowledged

Solid on There are new alarms that are


acknowledged

Yellow Flashing There is no alarm and


communication is normal

Solid on Communication with the alarm


server is down

If the indicators are off, it means the alarm servers are not configured.

3.5 Technical Specifications


The technical specifications of the alarm box are as shown in Table
73.

TABLE 73 ALARM BOX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Specification

Size 323 mm 220 mm 58 mm


(Width Depth Thickness)

Power Supply -48 V DC power; supports 90 V264 V AC current


(power adapter needed)

Power 40 W

Interface 1 RJ45 interface

Environment 0 C45 C
Temperature

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Glossary

ALM
ALarM
ATCA
Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture
ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
BCTC
Backplane of ConTrol Center
BITS
Building Integrated Timing Supply
CLKG
CLOCK Generator
CMM
Chassis Management Module
DSA
Directory System Agent
DST
Data Storage Transfer
EMC
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility
ENUM
Enumeration
FRU
Field Replaceable Unit
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
GE
Gigabit Ethernet
GES
Gigabit Ethernet Switch
GPS
Global Positioning System
HDB3
High Density Bipolar of order 3
HW
High speed data Way
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IP
Internet Protocol
IPMC
Intelligent Platform Management Controller

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IPMI
Intelligent Platform Management Interface
LED
Light Emitting Diode
MTP2
Message Transfer Part layer 2
MTP3
Message Transfer Part layer 3
NMS
Network Management System
OMP
Operation & maintenance Main Processer
PCIE
Peripheral Component Interconnect Express
PEM
Power Entry Module
PEMC
Power Entry Modular for Control
PICMG
PCI Industrial Computer Manufacture Group
PP2S
Pulse Per 2 Seconds
PWRD
PoWeR Distributor
RBID
Rear Board of ID
RCHB1
Rear Board 1 of CHUB
RCHB2
Rear Board 2 of CHUB
RCKG1
Rear Board 1 of CLKG
RCKG2
Rear Board 2 of CLKG
RGT
Rear Transition Module for GES
RJ
Registered Jack
RMNIC
Rear Board of Multi-service Network Interface Card
RMPB
Rear board of Main Processor Board
RMPB
Rear Board of MP
RPU
Route Protocol Unit
RSPB

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Rear Board of SPB


RUIM2
Rear board of UIM (type2)
RUIM3
Rear board of UIM (type3)
SCTP
Stream Control Transmission Protocol
SIGTRAN
Signalling Transport
SIPI
Signaling IP bearer Interface
SPB
Signaling Processing Board
TDM
Time Division Multiplexing
THUB
Trunk HUB
TTL
Transistor To Transistor Logic
UIMC
Universal Interface Module for Control plane (BCTC or BPSN)
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VGA
Video Graphic Adapter

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