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Table of Contents
ONU Provisioning and Services Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
Document History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi
About this Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Where to find help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Customer Response Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Special Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii
Chapter 1 ONU Provisioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ONU Provisioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GigaVu™ Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GigaVu™ System Provisioning Navigation Paths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Chapter 2 ONU Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ONU Module Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Navigating to the ONU Module Configuration WIndow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Priority Between vs Priority Within Users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adding an ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Provision a bizGEAR™ 100 ONU (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Provision a bizGEAR 200 ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
bizGEAR 200 Service Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Provision a bizGEAR 200 Service Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Provisioning a bizGEAR Ultra ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Provisioning a home 4000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Provisioning a homeGEAR™ 1000 (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Provisioning a homeGEAR Ultra (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Provision an mduGEAR™ ONU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Provision an aceGEAR ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Provisioning an Xgen 7000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Delete ONU Equipment from System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Delete a bizGEAR 200 Service Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Delete an ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Chapter 3 ONU Services Provisioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

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Services Provisioning Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Data Services Provisioning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Navigating to the ONU User Configuration Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Priority Within User Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Provision ONU User with TOS Prioritization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Priority Between Users Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Provision ONU User With Weighted Prioritization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Navigating to the Ethernet Interface Configuration Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Untagged Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Tagged Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
VLAN Transparent LAN Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
TDM Services Provisioning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Navigating to the ONU DS1 Interface Configuration Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Provisioning the ONU DS1 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Provisioning the ONU DS1 Parameter Thresholds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Navigating to the ONU DS0 Interface Configuration Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Provisioning the ONU DS0 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
ONU Telephony Services Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Navigating to the ONU AVM Configuration Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
ONU AVM Interface Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Provisioning the ONU AVM Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Chapter 4 Cross Connects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Provisioning Network Cross Connects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Set AVM Cross Connect Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Provisioning AVM Network Cross Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Set DS0 Cross Connect Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Provisioning DS0 Network Cross Connects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Provisioning Point-to-Point Cross Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Provisioning AVM Ports for Point-to-Point Cross Connects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Provisioning AVM Point-to-Point Cross Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Provision DS1 Point-to-Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Configure the DS0s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Provisioning DS1/DS0 Point-to-Point Cross Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
TDM Service Disconnect Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Chapter 5 Video Service Provisioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
RF Video Service Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

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Provisioning RF Video Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
IP Video Services Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Provisioning Global IP Video Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
VLAN and IGMP Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Creating IP Video VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
IP Video IGMP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Network Port Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Add Network Port(s) for IP Video VLAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
PON Port Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Add PON Port(s) to the IP Video VLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
IP Video Multicast Address Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Add Multicast Addresses to the IP Video VLAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Provision ONU IP Video Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration Fields. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
ONU Ethernet Port IP Video Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Configure ONU Ports to IP Video Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
IP Video Secure Set-Top Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Disable the IP Video Set-Top Box Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Delete the IP Video Set-Top Box Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Chapter 6 Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Designated Services Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Provisioning Global Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Designated Services Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Creating Designated Services VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Designated Services PON Port Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Configure Designated Services PON Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Provision ONU Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
ONU Designated Services Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Configure ONU Units for Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
ONU Port Designated Services Configuration Fields. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Configure ONU Ports for Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
ONU Device Filter Configuration Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Configure ONU Device Filter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Chapter 7 Removing ONU Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Ethernet Services Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Disconnect an Ethernet Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Delete ONU Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
TDM Service Disconnects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

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Delete Network Cross-Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Delete Point-to-Point Cross-Connects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
TDM Facilities Service Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Remove ONU AVM from Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Disable ONU DS0 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Disable ONU DS1 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Disable the DS3M DS0 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Disable the DS3M DS1 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Disconnect ONU RF Video Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Deleting IP Video from an ONU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Deleting IP Video Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Deleting Multicast Addresses from the IP Video VLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Deleting PON Port(s) for IP Video VLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Deleting Network Port(s) for IP Video VLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Removing IP Video Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Deleting Designated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Deleting MAC Addresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Deleting ONU Designated Services Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Deleting ONU Designated Service Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Deleting Global Designated Services PON Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Deleting Designated Services VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Appendix A - Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Appendix B - Alarm Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Alarm Code Grouping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133

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List of Figures

Chapter 1 ONU Provisioning................................................................................. 1


Figure 1: GigaVu™ Login Screen............................................................................. 2
Figure 2: GigaVu™ Home Window.......................................................................... 2
Figure 3: ONU Configuration and Navigation Tree .................................................. 3
Chapter 2 ONU Configuration .............................................................................. 5
Figure 4: ONU Configuration Window, Graphical View.......................................... 6
Figure 5: ONU Configuration Window, List View ................................................... 6
Figure 6: bizGEAR™ 100 Configuration Window ................................................. 10
Figure 7: bizGEAR 200 Configuration Window ..................................................... 12
Figure 8: Adding a bizGEAR 200 Service Module ................................................. 14
Figure 9: bizGEAR Ultra Configuration Window ................................................... 16
Figure 10: home 4000 Configuration Window........................................................ 18
Figure 11: homeGEAR™ 1000 Configuration Window ......................................... 20
Figure 12: homeGEAR Ultra Configuration Window ............................................. 22
Figure 13: The mduGEAR 224 Configuration Window.......................................... 23
Figure 14: aceGEAR (DS1) Configuration Window............................................... 25
Figure 15: Xgen 7000 Configuration Window ........................................................ 27
Figure 16: Deleting a bizGEAR 200 Service Module ............................................. 29
Figure 17: Resetting the ONU ................................................................................. 30
Chapter 3 ONU Services Provisioning................................................................ 33
Figure 18: GigaVu™ ONU Services Configuration Navigation Tree..................... 33
Figure 19: ONU User Configuration (Priority Within User) Window .................... 37
Figure 20: ONU User Configuration (Priority Between Users) Window ............... 40
Figure 21: ONU Ethernet Interface Provisioning .................................................... 42
Figure 22: Enabling Untagged Traffic..................................................................... 43
Figure 23: Enabling Tagged Traffic ........................................................................ 44
Figure 24: Enabling Transparent LAN Services (QinQ) ......................................... 46
Figure 25: ONU DS1 Interface Provisioning .......................................................... 49
Figure 26: ONU DS1 Performance Monitoring Profile Configuration Window .... 50
Figure 27: ONU DS0 Interface Provisioning .......................................................... 53
Figure 28: home 4000 with AVM ports................................................................... 54
Figure 29: ONU AVM Interface Provisioning ........................................................ 57
Chapter 4 Cross Connects.................................................................................... 59
Figure 30: Network Cross Connect Flowchart ........................................................ 59
Figure 31: AVM Cross Connect Type ..................................................................... 60
Figure 32: Provisioning AVM Port Cross Connects ............................................... 62
Figure 33: DS1 Cross Connect Type ....................................................................... 63
Figure 34: Provisioning DS0 Network Cross Connects .......................................... 65

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Figure 35: Provisioning Point-to-Point Cross Connects.......................................... 66
Figure 36: Provisioning the AVM Port for Pt-to-Pt Cross Connect ........................ 68
Figure 37: Selecting Point to Point .......................................................................... 68
Figure 38: ONU to ONU AVM Cross Connect....................................................... 70
Figure 39: DS1 Interface Configuration Window ................................................... 71
Figure 40: Selecting DS0s for Cross Connect ......................................................... 72
Figure 41: ONU to ONU Cross Connects ............................................................... 74
Chapter 5 Video Service Provisioning ................................................................ 75
Figure 42: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Transceiver .......................... 76
Figure 43: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Receiver............................... 76
Figure 44: Provisioning Single Fiber tvGEAR Receiver......................................... 77
Figure 45: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Converter ............................. 77
Figure 46: Creating an IP Video VLAN .................................................................. 80
Figure 47: Adding Network Ports for IP Video VLANs ......................................... 82
Figure 48: IP Video Network Port Configuration ................................................... 82
Figure 49: Adding PON Ports to the IP Video VLAN ............................................ 84
Figure 50: IP Video PON Port Configuration ......................................................... 84
Figure 51: Multicast Address Configuration Window ............................................ 86
Figure 52: Configuring ONU IP Video ................................................................... 89
Figure 53: IP Video Service Configuration Window .............................................. 89
Figure 54: IP Video STB Inventory Window .......................................................... 91
Chapter 6 Designated Services ............................................................................ 93
Figure 55: Designated Services Configuration Window ......................................... 94
Figure 56: Designated Services PON Port Configuration Window ........................ 96
Figure 57: ONU Designated Service Configuration Window ................................. 98
Figure 58: ONU Port Designated Service Configuration Window ....................... 100
Figure 59: Designated Services Device Filter Window......................................... 102
Chapter 7 Removing ONU Services .................................................................. 103
Figure 60: Disabling the Ethernet Interface........................................................... 104
Figure 61: Deleting ONU User Configuration ...................................................... 105
Figure 62: Deleting Network Cross Connects ....................................................... 107
Figure 63: Deleting Point to Point Cross Connects ............................................... 108
Figure 64: Removing the AVM Port from Service................................................ 109
Figure 65: Disabling the DS0 Interfaces................................................................ 111
Figure 66: Disabling the DS1 Interface ................................................................. 112
Figure 67: Disabling the DS3M DS0 Interface ..................................................... 113
Figure 68: Disabling the DS3M DS1 Interface ..................................................... 115
Figure 69: Disconnecting RF Video Service ......................................................... 116
Figure 70: Deleting Multicast Addresses from the IP Video VLAN .................... 118
Figure 71: Deleting PON Ports from IP Video VLAN.......................................... 119
Figure 72: Deleting Network Ports from the IP Video VLAN.............................. 120
Figure 73: Removing IP Video Service ................................................................. 121

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Document History
Version Issue Date Comments
1.0 June 2002 First release of Operations Manual.
2.0 September 2002 Operations manual updated to reflect release 2.0.
First edition of ONU Provisioning and Services
2.1 December 2002
Management Manual.
Updated to reflect:
• new menu bars
• new ONU Configuration page
2.2 January 2003
• new ONU User page
• bizGEAR Ultra procedures
• homeGEAR Ultra procedures
2.3 February 2003 Additional Techpub updates for GigaForce Release 3.0.
Replaced TOPS formatting with new Tech Pubs format.
Updated the manual to reflect release 4.0.
• Added new RF Video tab for configuring
tvGEAR Receiver.
3.0 July 2003 • IP Video for homeGEAR Ultra
• aceGEAR Provisioning
• IP Video Set-Top box provisioning
• VLAN TLS Trunking
• Updated Alarm Codes
Reversed chapters 5 and 6. Separated the global IP
3.1 September 2003
Video provisioning from the ONU IP Video provisioning.
Updated document to reflect SW release 4.2. Updated
document version to match software version.
Changes: Ch. 1 heavy editing. Ch. 2 replaced most
screen shots, edited Intro, table 1, procedure titles,
mduGEAR provisioning, Deleting ONU equipment, and
Deleting an ONU. Ch. 3 Heavy editing. Edited most
screen shots. Deleted Worksheets 6 & 7 and DS3M
procedures. Ch.4 added, replaced, or deleted screen
4.2 May 2004 shots. Added two flowcharts. Added procedure for
selecting network type cross connect. Ch. 5 RF Video
screen shots. Removed references to RF wavelength
provisioning. Moved IP Video configuration tables from
beginning to middle of chapter. Updated most IP Video
pictures. Minor edits to IP Video Vlan, Network Port,
PON Port, and Multicast. Edited ONU IP Video. Ch. 6
Updated half of the pictures. Added process for
deleting IP Video from a single ONU.
4.2.1 August 2004 Adjusted manual to meet product release plan.
Updated to reflect software release 5.0. Added Xgen
5.0 May 2005
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Added work around for deleting Designated Services in
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Introduction
About this Guide
This manual contains procedures for the configuration and monitoring of an Alloptic®
system and its components using the web based GigaVu™ local manager.
An operator can use the GigaVu™ platform to perform system activation, provisioning,
status and alarm monitoring, and operator access management for an ALLOPTIC System.
Use this manual for the GigaVu™ procedures associated with:
• System Provisioning
• Services Configuration and Management

Audience
This manual’s target audience is associated with the configuration and maintenance of the
ALLOPTIC system equipment in the Central Office. This guide is intended for Central
Office/Head-end technicians, network technicians, service technicians, engineers, and
managers responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ALLOPTIC system.

Where to find help


Customer Response Center
Phone: In USA 1-866-ALLOPTIC (255-6784)
International +01-925-245-7600
e-mail: support@alloptic.com
Fax: +01-925-245-7601

Safety

Caution - Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures other


than those specified herein, may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

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Special Notes
The following special notes are used to high light hazardous conditions or emphasize
procedural information critical to a task.

HAZARD: A Hazard note addresses conditions that could cause personnel


injury or death. Pertinent safety precautions are presented.

CLASS 1 LASER HAZARD: A LASER Hazard note addresses conditions that


could cause eye injury. Pertinent safety precautions are presented.

CAUTION: A Caution note addresses conditions that could damage equipment.


Pertinent preventative precautions are presented.

WARNING: A Warning note addresses conditions that could cause service


interruptions. Pertinent preventative precautions are presented.

NOTE: A special note that high lights information important to the successful
completion of a procedure.

BEST PRACTICE: A Best Practice note strongly encourages the user to follow a
given procedure to avoid service interruptions or damage to the product.

REQUIREMENT: A requirement that must be observed to prevent damaged


equipment or potential injury.

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Chapter 1 ONU Provisioning

This document follows the Turnup and Verification Manuals. The edgeGEAR™ 2000 and
edge 200 chassis must be provisioned before the ONUs.

ONU Provisioning
The Optical Network Unit (ONU) delivers voice, high-speed data, DS1, and video
services to customers. The ONUs for fiber-to-the-business (FTTB) applications are
bizGEAR 200 and bizGEAR Ultra. The ONU for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) application is
home 4000. The ONU for multi-tenant dwellings is mduGEAR 224. The Xgen 7000 ONU
supports Data & Voice services to residences on telephone lines. The aceGEAR is
designed to bring data, video and voice services to businesses, apartment complexes,
malls, and high rises.
Table 1: Active ONU Hardware Configuration
Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet/
DS1 POTS CATV
10/100BaseT 10/100BaseFX 10BaseS

4, up to 16 up to 16
bizGEAR 200 0 2 0 0
more optional optional

4 POTS
bizGEAR Ultra 4 0 0 2 optional 0
optional

home 4000 1 or 4 0 0 0 2 or 4 1 or 4

mduGEAR 224 24 0 0 2 0 0

Xgen 7000 1 0 24 2 0 1

aceGEAR 0 24 0 2 0 0

The remainder of this document covers the procedures for configuration and deletion of
the ONU hardware.

GigaVu™ Overview
A GigaVu™ workstation is required for ONU provisioning. The workstation is used to
configure the ONUs and bizGEAR 200’s optional plug-in modules. Plug a workstation
into the RJ45 Management port, activate the GigaVu™ application, and log in. A direct
connection between the workstation and Management port requires a Category 5 Cross-
over cable. You will need the chassis System IP Address and a GigaVu™ login to proceed.
See the edgeGEAR 2000 Turnup and Verification Manual.

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Figure 1: GigaVu™ Login Screen

When you login to the GigaVu™ system, the Home window is presented. The Home
window is the initial entry point to the system and contains the main navigation tabs.
These tabs are accessible from any window as you navigate through the functions. You
select a path to a function with a single click on its tab. Each subsequent window presents
additional tabs for the navigation options available to you.

Figure 2: GigaVu™ Home Window

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GigaVu™ System Provisioning Navigation Paths
This document contains the procedures required to configure or delete Alloptic ONUs. An
ONU may be configured prior to physical connection to the assigned PON and OLT. The
System Provisioning tab is the entry to these functions.
Figure 3 presents the ONU configuration tree and illustrates the navigation paths to the
available functions.

Browser

Login
Window

System System Alarm Operator File System


Home Logout
Provisioning Maintenance Management Management Services Diagnostic

Save/Erase

Chassis ONU DS1 Cross Timing SNMP Designated


Admin IP Video Network Link
Configuration Configuration Connect Source Configuration Services

Module Designated
VLAN Service TDM Service IP Video RF Video
Configuration Services

Port Set Top Box Unit Port


Configuration Configuration Device Filter
Configuration Configuration

Figure 3: ONU Configuration and Navigation Tree

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Chapter 2 ONU Configuration


This chapter provides a checklist for data you must obtain, and the navigation paths you
will use, to add ONUs and enter configuration data. If your Work Order includes
bizGEAR 200 optional service modules, configure the ONU before the Service Modules.
Use the supporting procedures to provision the hardware listed on your Work Order.

ONU Module Configuration Data


The following section describes the ONU configuration fields, which are defined on
page 7.

Navigating to the ONU Module Configuration WIndow


The ONU Module Configuration window allows the operator to configure or view
properties of the ONU.
1. From the Home Window, select the System Provisioning tab.
2. Select the ONU Configuration tab.
3. The ONU Module Configuration window is displayed.
ONUs can be added and configured through the graphical (Figure 4) or list ONU Module
Configuration Windows (Figure 5).

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Figure 4: ONU Configuration Window, Graphical View

Figure 5: ONU Configuration Window, List View

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Table 2: ONU Configuration Fields


Configuration Item Definition
A unique number identification for each PON configured on the system.
PON ID
Select the PON that serves the ONU you are installing.
ONU Index ONU position on the PON 1 to 32. Enter the ONU position number.
A three digit number that combines the PON ID and ONU Index. The
ONU ID
first digit is the PON ID. The next two represent the ONU Index.
Factory-assigned serial number for the ONU. Must be entered during
Serial Number
first time installations. This field is case sensitive
Media Access Control (MAC) layer address on the ONU. Must be
MAC Address
entered during first time installations.
Indicates the type of ONU hardware: bizGEAR 200, bizGEAR Ultra,
Hardware Type home 4000, mduGEAR 224, Xgen 7000 or aceGEAR. Select the
hardware type of the ONU installed.
Select Enabled to place ONU in service; Disabled to remove it from
Admin State
service.
If the PON ranging mode is Auto, the ONU ranging mode can be set to
Auto-ranging or Manual.
If the PON ranging mode is Manual, the ONU must be set to Manual.
Range in Meters Manual is the default. With this, you need to provide the initial value for
the ranging function. Enter the chassis to ONU fiber distance in meters
(+ 100 meters). If exact distance is not known, use an Optical Time
Domain Reflectometer (OTDR). Ranging tunes the signals of an ONU
to compensate for distance variances/time of flight.
Location Enter the ONU location.
Installed Card Indicates the actual type of ONU. This value is Read-Only.
Determines prioritization and VLAN tagging behavior for Ethernet
services on a per ONU basis.
Options:
Configuration Mode • Priority Within Users (default): the ONU prioritizes based on
Type of Service (TOS) bits set for the ONU User.
• Priority Between Users: the ONU uses weighted prioritization
mechanism, and VLAN trunking is supported.
Pull down and select another version of the software; then reboot the
Reboot Image
ONU, and the newly selected version will load.
Rx Power Level Lower
This is an alarm threshold.
Limit
Rx Power Level Current System generated actual RX Level. This value is Read-Only.
Indicates the current state of the ONU’s registration and configuration
Operational State
process. This value is Read-Only.
Hardware Version Revision number of the ONU. This value is Read-Only.
Software Version Current software version of the ONU. This value is Read-Only.
Firmware Version Current firmware version of the ONU. This value is Read-Only.
Alarm Status Current alarm status of the ONU. This value is Read-Only.
Alarm code and text for current alarm, if one exists. This value is Read-
Alarm Text
Only. Refer to Appendix B for a list of the Alarm Codes.

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PON Transceiver:
Serial Number of the ONU transceiver.
Serial Number
PON Transceiver:
Hardware Type of the ONU transceiver
Hw Type
PON Transceiver:
Version number of the ONU transceiver
Version
Add Ons
RF Video Enabled turns RF Video signals ON. Disabled turns RF Video signals
(home 4000, mduGEAR OFF.
224, Xgen 7000 and Select the RF Video tab to configure. Then select tvGEAR Transceiver,
aceGEAR) tvGEAR Receiver, tvGEAR SF Receiver, or tvGEAR (converter).
AV Expansion Module
Provides four (AVM4) port voice module. Select AVM4 from System
(home 4000 and
Board drop down menu.
bizGEAR Ultra)
DS1 Expansion Module Provides two port T1/E1 TDM module. Select DS1 from expansion slot
(bizGEAR 200) drop down menu.
Ethernet Expansion Provides four port Ethernet module. Select Ethernet from expansion
Module (bizGEAR 200) slot drop down menu.
Ethernet Optical
Provides four port Optical (MMF/SMF) Ethernet Module. Select Eth-Fx
Expansion Module
from expansion slot drop down menu.
(bizGEAR 200)

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Priority Between vs Priority Within Users


ALLOPTIC uses two method of prioritization. The first is prioritization between VLANs,
wherein different VLANs can have differing priorities, and the system reacts according.
This feature is known as Priority Between Users. Alternatively, prioritization may be
invoked between client applications within the same VLAN. This is known as Priority
Within Users. The operator has the ability to select one of these features as each ONU is
added to the network or change the setting later if needed.

Adding an ONU
To add an ONU to an edgeGEAR 2000 or edge 200 PON port, perform the following:
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Module Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Enter the Serial Number of the ONU to be added to the system. The field is case
sensitive.
6. Enter the MAC Address of the ONU to be added.
7. Select the Hardware Type from the drop down menu. If you install a different type
from what is provisioned, the ONU will go into alarm.
8. If using Auto-Range, select the Auto-Range button.
• If not, select Manual, and enter the ONU Range in meters.
If in the ONU Configuration List view, press the Add button to add the new ONU to the
system.
• Then select the ONU ID to enter the graphical view, and enable the ONU or make
further configuration changes.
In the ONU Configuration graphical view, continue entering the following:
9. Enter the ONU address or location.
10. Select Configuration Mode from the drop-down list.
• Priority Within Users or Priority Between Users.
11. Enter Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
12. Press Add to add the new ONU to the system.
• The ONU Configuration window for the selected Hardware Type is displayed.
• All fields of entry are the same for each Hardware Type; only the ports and slots
available for provisioning differ.
The following pages describe how to configure each specific hardware type in turn.

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Provision a bizGEAR™ 100 ONU (Obsolete)


This procedure describes how to Provision a bizGEAR™ 100 ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID your work order assigned.
4. Select the ONU Index your work order assigned.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter the ONU GPS Location coordinates.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. Press Submit to save the configuration to system memory.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the module status light on the
picture of the ONU is green.
• The ONU is in service.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It will update the
configuration fields.

Figure 6: bizGEAR™ 100 Configuration Window

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Provision a bizGEAR 200 ONU


This procedure describes how to Provision a bizGEAR 200 ONU. If your Work Order
includes any bizGEAR 200 optional plug-in service modules, perform this procedure first
then go to bizGEAR 200 Service Module Configuration on page 13.
To provision a bizGEAR 200 ONU:
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter the ONU Location.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the module status light on the
picture of the ONU turns green.
• The ONU is in service.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 7: bizGEAR 200 Configuration Window

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bizGEAR 200 Service Module Configuration


The bizGEAR 200 has the unique capability of being able to add additional service ports
via plug-in service modules. Four slots are available for these service modules, and any
combination of modules can be installed.
This section describes how to configure the optional bizGEAR 200 plug-in service
modules. The Ethernet expansion modules can be added or swapped without need for
rebooting the ONU. When adding or swapping a T1/E1 expansion module, however, you
must reboot the bizGEAR 200.

Note: The ONU must be enabled before provisioning a module.

Table 3: bizGEAR 200 Service Modules


Number of
Part Number Module Description
Ports
FSTE001 4 Ports Fast Ethernet Card

T1E1002 2 Ports T1/E1 Card

MMFX001 4 Ports Multi Mode Fiber 100BaseFX (1310, 200m)

SMFX001 4 Ports Single Mode Fiber 100BaseFX (1310, 20Km)

Provision a bizGEAR 200 Service Module


This procedure describes how to provision the bizGEAR 200 Service Module.
1. Go to the bizGEAR 200 Configuration window.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
2. Select the Module Slot desired.
3. From the NE drop down menu, select the module type desired (Figure 8).
• Press OK in the confirmation window.
• The Module type name will replace the NE drop down menu.
4. Verify that an Ethernet or DS1 Module is displayed in the assigned slot.
• The module Status light should be Green.
• If the module Status light is Red, check the installation status. The module is
either defective or has not been installed.
5. If this is a DS1 Service Module, select Reset from the Admin State drop-down list.
The ONU must be rebooted for it to recognize the addition of the DS1 module.
6. If this is an Ethernet Service Module, proceed with step 7.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 8: Adding a bizGEAR 200 Service Module

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Provisioning a bizGEAR Ultra ONU


This procedure describes how to provision a bizGEAR Ultra ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location or address.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. If this ONU is to provide DS1 or POTS service via an optional expansion module,
select DS1 or AVM-4 from the pull down menu on the System Board.
10. Press OK to confirm the expansion module choice.
11. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the module status light on the
picture of the ONU is green, and the ONU is in service.
12. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 9: bizGEAR Ultra Configuration Window

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Provisioning a home 4000


This procedure describes how to provision a home 4000 ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location or address.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. Press Submit to save the configuration in system memory.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the AVM module status light in
the picture of the ONU will be green.
• The ONU is in service.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 10: home 4000 Configuration Window

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Provisioning a homeGEAR™ 1000 (Obsolete)


This procedure describes how to provision a homeGEAR™ 1000 ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID your work order assigned.
4. Select the ONU Index your work order assigned.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location or address.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. If your homeGEAR™ 1000 comes with POTS service, select AVM-4 from the pull
down menu on the System Board.
• A confirmation query is displayed.
10. Press OK to confirm the AVM-4 choice.
11. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the AVM module status light in
the picture of the ONU will be green.
• The ONU is in service.
12. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 11: homeGEAR™ 1000 Configuration Window

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Provisioning a homeGEAR Ultra (Obsolete)


This procedure contains the tasks required to provision a homeGEAR Ultra ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location coordinates.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. If your homeGEAR Ultra comes with POTS service, select AVM-4 from the pull
down menu on the System Board.
• A confirmation query will appear.
10. Press OK to confirm the AVM choice.
11. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the AVM module status light in
the picture of the ONU will be green.
• The ONU is in service.
12. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 12: homeGEAR Ultra Configuration Window

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Provision an mduGEAR™ ONU


This procedure describes how to provision an mduGEAR™ ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location or address.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. Press Submit.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

Figure 13: The mduGEAR 224 Configuration Window

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Provision an aceGEAR ONU


This procedure contains the tasks required to provision an aceGEAR ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The aceGEAR Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. Enter ONU Location or address.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Enter the Rx Power Lower Limit in dBm.
9. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the module status light on the
picture of the ONU is green.
• The ONU is in service.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 14: aceGEAR (DS1) Configuration Window

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Provisioning an Xgen 7000


This procedure contains the tasks required to provision an Xgen 7000 ONU.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The Xgen 7000 Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
6. If desired, enter ONU Location or address in the Location field.
7. Select the Reboot image desired.
8. Change the Rx Power Lower Limit (in dBm) if needed.
9. Press Submit.
• If the ONU is provisioned and has connectivity, the module status light on the
picture of the ONU is green.
• The ONU is in service.
10. Save the new configuration.
The Refresh button is used when viewing configuration status. It updates the configuration
fields.

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Figure 15: Xgen 7000 Configuration Window

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Delete ONU Equipment from System


This procedure allows an operator to delete an ONU or an optional bizGEAR 200 plug-in
module from the system. To prevent alarms, perform the delete procedure, and then
physically remove the ONU equipment from the system. Once the ONU equipment has
been removed, the configuration changes must be saved to flash memory.
When deleting an ONU, certain conditions must be met.
1. There can be no active cross-connects on that ONU.
2. There can be no active users on that ONU.
3. ONU Ethernet/DS1/Voice ports must be disabled.
After deleting a bizGEAR 200 T1/E1 Expansion Module from a bizGEAR 200 ONU,
reboot the ONU.
Use the procedures below to delete the hardware listed on your Work Order.

Delete a bizGEAR 200 Service Module


This procedure contains the tasks required to delete a bizGEAR 200 Service Module from
the system. Perform this procedure before physically removing the module.
Before performing this procedure, verify that all associated ports have been taken out of
service. All ONU User profiles associated with the ports must also be deleted. See ONU
Services Provisioning in Chapter 3 for these procedures.
To delete a bizGEAR 200 Service Module, proceed with the following.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Double-click on the Service Module to be deleted.
• The ONU Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. Press the Delete Slot button (1through 4) for the desired module.
7. Press OK in the confirmation dialog box.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
8. Press Submit.
• The slot from which you deleted the Service Module should now be empty.
9. Save the new configuration.
10. If a DS1 Service Module, select Reset from the Admin State drop-down list. The
reboot is required for the ONU to recognize the deletion of the DS1 module.
11. Press Submit.
You may now physically remove the Service Module without causing a system alarm.

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Navigation Path 1

3 4

Ethernet
5

Ethernet

8
8

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10

Reset
DS1

DS1

11

Figure 17: Resetting the ONU

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Delete an ONU

Delete an ONU
This procedure contains the tasks required to remove an ONU from the system. To prevent
alarms, perform the delete procedure before physically removing the ONU. Once the
ONU equipment has been removed, the configuration changes must be saved to flash
memory. When deleting an ONU, certain conditions must be met.
• No active cross connects can be present on the ONU.
• No active users can be configured on the ONU.
• ONU Ethernet/DS1/Voice Ports must be disabled.
To delete an Alloptic ONU, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Press the Delete button.
• The ONU Module is removed from service.
• The ONU Configuration ADD window is displayed.
6. Save the new configuration.
After you have confirmed that the transmit (TX) light is red, you may physically remove
the ONU without causing a system alarm.

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Services Provisioning Navigation

Chapter 3 ONU Services Provisioning


The Optical Network Unit (ONU) delivers voice, high-speed data, T1/E1, and video
services to customer interfaces.
ONU Services Provisioning covers the procedures to configure Ethernet services, to create
users, and to associate those users with the services. The procedures for setting up Time
Division Multiplexing (TDM) services include provisioning of the ports on the network
side (at the DS3M), the customer side (at the ONU), and then provisioning of the cross-
connects. The procedures also describe how to remotely manage an RF Video port from a
home 4000 ONU.

Services Provisioning Navigation


All windows used in this chapter are accessible from the System Provisioning tab. The
navigation paths are shown in Figure 18.
For the operations in this chapter, you will use the ONU Module Configuration and
Interface Configuration windows to perform ONU provisioning functions. Each window
has a Submit Button that allows you to apply configuration changes.

GigaVu ONU Services Configuration Menu Tree

Login Window

System System Alarm Operator File System


Home Logout
Provisioning Maintenance Management Management Services Diagnostics

Save/Erase
Configuration

Chassis ONU DS1 Cross Timing SNMP Designated


Admin IP Video Network Link
Configuration Configuration Connect Source Configuration Services

Multicast
Network Pt to Pt Service PON Port Network Port
Addresses

Module VLAN Designated


TDM Service IP Video RF Video
D Configuration Service Services
S
3
M

AVM Port AVM Module


DS1 DS0 Ethernet PM Profile
Configuration Configuration
DS3M Module Port
TDM Service
Configuration Configuration

DS3 DS1 DS0

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Services Provisioning Navigation

Data Services Provisioning Overview


To provision Ethernet service, create VLAN users and assign them VLAN IDs (one user =
one VLAN). Then configure Data ports, and associate the VLAN users with the ports. You
must create a new VLAN user for each subscriber. Procedures for the deletion of users,
and disconnection of Ethernet services, are included in Chapter 4.
Four types of ONU Ethernet Services are available that can be associated with an ONU
user/VLAN:

ONU Ethernet ONU Config VLAN


Traffic behavior
Service Type Mode Trunking

1 Untagged Incoming VLAN tagged traffic is blocked at Priority Within Not


Ethernet Traffic & ONU Ethernet ingress ports. User Allows available
TOS Prioritization Untagged traffic is given a new VLAN ID as TOS
traffic enters the ONU Ethernet port and prioritization
exits the chassis via the 10/100 or GigE
network interface ports.

2 Untagged Incoming VLAN tagged traffic is blocked at Priority No


Ethernet Traffic ONU Ethernet ingress ports. Between Users
with Weighted Untagged traffic is given a new VLAN ID as Allows
Prioritization traffic enters the ONU Ethernet port and weighted
exits the chassis via the 10/100 or GigE prioritization
network interface ports.

3 Tagged Ethernet Incoming VLAN tagged traffic is accepted if Priority Yes


Traffic with it has one of the VLAN tags the port’s ONU Between Users
Weighted User(s) are configured to accept. Traffic is Allows
Prioritization blocked if the VLAN tag doesn’t match. weighted
Untagged traffic is blocked. prioritization

4 Tagged Ethernet VLAN Tag Stacking allows the service Priority Yes
Traffic with TLS provider to offer VLAN Transparency Between Users
between enterprise and service provider
networks.

When you configured ONUs in Chapter 2, you assigned them Configuration Modes of
either Priority Within Users (the default) or Priority Between Users.
To use options 2 or 3 listed above, configure the ONU with a Configuration Mode of
Priority Between Users. To use options 3 or 4, you must also enable VLAN Trunking
when configuring the ONU Ethernet Interface. With VLAN Trunking, up to 48 VLANs
can be defined per ONU.
Following is a checklist of interface configuration data you must obtain, and the location
of the windows you will use, for entering configuration data. Follow the procedures in the
order presented.

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Navigating to the ONU User Configuration Window

Navigating to the ONU User Configuration Window


The ONU User Configuration window allows you to create user profiles for association
with Ethernet services.
• From the ONU Module Configuration window, click on the VLAN Service tab.
The ONU User Configuration window is displayed.
The fields that display are dependent upon the Configuration Mode selected when you set
up the ONU. The configuration fields explained below are the fields displayed when the
ONU is set with a Configuration Mode of Priority Within User. See Figure 19.

Priority Within User Configuration Data


PON ID The unique identifier of the PON to which the ONU is associated
ONU Index The unique identifier of an ONU on the PON.
Serial Number The hardware serial number located on the back of the ONU.
MAC Address Media Access Control layer address located on the back of the ONU.
User Name An operator entered name associated with an end user based on local
assignment practices. Type in the user name with no spaces. Example: Jim01
Admin State Indicates whether the user is Enabled or Disabled. Select Enabled when the
user is created; select Disabled to remove user from ONU.
VLAN ID An operator entered virtual LAN identifier associated with an end user, based
on local assignment practices. (One user = one VLAN)
Upstream BW Default Minimum: 0.064; Default Maximum: 0.064
Mbps Use the coarse and fine slider controls to adjust bandwidths to the nearest 64
Kbps increment.
Downstream BW Default Minimum: 0.064; Default Maximum: 0.064
Mbps Use the coarse and fine slider controls to adjust bandwidths to the nearest 64
Kbps increment.
Low Priority Range Default High: 64, Default Low: 64 (indicates Low Priority Range not being
used)
For prioritization, enter a value for both min. and max. values, (0-63).
Medium Priority Default High: 64, Default Low: 64 (indicates Medium Priority Range not being
Range used)
For prioritization, enter a value for both min. and max. values (0-63).
High Priority Default High: 64, Default Low: 64 (indicates High Priority Range not being
Range used)
For prioritization, enter a value for both min. and max. values (0-63).
ONU Ethernet Port Select the Ethernet Ports to be assigned to this ONU User/VLAN. You may
assign more than one User/VLAN per ONU Ethernet Port. You can assign
one User/VLAN to one or more ONU Ethernet ports.
N/W Interface Port Leave at Default (None), or select from the drop down list.

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Provision ONU User with TOS Prioritization

Provision ONU User with TOS Prioritization


Provision the ONU User configurations associated with Ingress VLAN Blocking and TOS
Prioritization for ONUs that support Ethernet services (with a Configuration Mode of
Priority Within User). Perform this procedure for each ONU user to be provisioned for this
Ethernet Service.
1. From the Alloptic® home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
3. From the drop-down lists, select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the VLAN Service tab to access the ONU User Configuration window.
5. Type in the assigned User Name and VLAN ID.
6. Enter the Upstream and Downstream Bandwidth Parameters using the slide bars.
7. Enter the High and Low parameters for Priority Ranges as applicable.
8. Use the check boxes to select ONU Ethernet Ports.
• Only one user/VLAN can be defined per ONU Ethernet port.
9. From the drop-down list, select the N/W Interface Port.
10. Press ADD to provision the ONU User.
• The ONU User Configuration window is re-displayed with User Name and
Admin State as the only editable fields.
11. Select Enabled in the Admin State field drop-down list.
12. Press Submit.
13. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 19: ONU User Configuration (Priority Within User) Window

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Priority Between Users Configuration Data


The configuration fields explained below are displayed when the ONU is set to a
Configuration Mode of Priority Between Users. See Figure 20.
PON ID The unique identifier of the PON to which the ONU is associated
ONU Index The unique identifier of an ONU on the PON.
Serial Number The hardware serial number located on the back of the ONU.
MAC Address Media Access Control layer address located on the back of the ONU.
User Name An operator entered name associated with an end user based on local
assignment practices. Type in the user name; no spaces.
Example: Jim01
Admin State Indicates whether the user is Enabled or Disabled. Select Enabled when the
user is created; select Disabled to remove user from ONU.
VLAN ID An operator entered virtual LAN identifier associated with an end user,
based on local assignment practices. (One user = one VLAN)
Upstream BW Default Minimum: 0.064; Default Maximum: 0.064
Mbps Use the coarse and fine slider controls to adjust bandwidths to the nearest
64 Kbps increment.
Downstream BW Default Minimum: 0.064; Default Maximum: 0.064
Mbps Use the coarse and fine slider controls to adjust bandwidths to the nearest
64 Kbps increment.
Overall Priority Assign each ONU User a priority level.
Options: 1 (lowest priority), 2, 3, or 4.
ONU Ethernet Port Select the Ethernet Ports to be assigned to this ONU User/VLAN. You may
assign more than one User/VLAN per ONU Ethernet Port. You can assign
one User/VLAN to one or more ONU Ethernet ports.
N/W Interface Port Default: 0. SCM Port 1 or 2. Select the assigned N/W interface port.

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Provision ONU User With Weighted Prioritization

Provision ONU User With Weighted Prioritization


This procedure describes how to provision ONU User configurations that can be
associated to Ethernet Service with Non-Matched Ingress VLAN Transit (no VLAN
Trunking) or Ethernet Service with Matched Ingress VLAN Transit (VLAN Trunking).
You can implement weighted prioritization using the Overall Priority Field. Use this
procedure for ONUs that support Ethernet services with a Configuration Mode of Priority
Between Users.
To configure a User profile for a Priority Between Users ONU, proceed with the
following.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
3. From the drop-down lists, select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the VLAN Service tab to access the ONU User Configuration window.
5. Type in the assigned User Name and VLAN ID.
6. Enter the Upstream and Downstream Bandwidth Parameters using the slide bars.
7. Select a Overall Priority level from the drop down box.
8. Use the check boxes to select ONU Ethernet Ports.
9. From the drop-down list box, select N/W Interface Port.
10. Press ADD to provision the ONU User.
• The ONU User Configuration window is re-displayed with User Name and
Admin State as the only editable fields.
11. Select Enabled in the Admin State field drop-down list.
12. Press Submit.
13. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 20: ONU User Configuration (Priority Between Users) Window

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Navigating to the Ethernet Interface Configuration Window

Navigating to the Ethernet Interface Configuration Window


The ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration panel allows the user to configure individual
Ethernet lines on an ONU.
When a user clicks on an Ethernet ports on the System Board or an Ethernet service
module, the Ethernet Interface Configuration window is displayed (see Figure 21). The
configuration fields are explained below.
Ethernet Configuration Data
PON ID The unique PON identifier to which the ONU is associated. Select from drop-
down list.
ONU Index Unique ONU identifier on the PON. Select from drop-down list.
Serial Number The hardware serial number located on the back of the ONU. Select from
drop-down list.
MAC Address Media Access Control layer address located on the back of the ONU. Select
from drop-down list.
Port Number The physical port on the ONU where the Ethernet interface resides.
IfIndex System generated. READ-ONLY.
Port Type Reflects the physical port type, e.g. Ethernet.
Interface Data if the port is to provide data services,
IP Video if the port is to provide IP Video services,
Mixed Services if the port is to provide a combination of data, IP Video and
Designated Services.
Designated Services if the port is to provide an open, flat VLAN.
Admin Type Defines Ethernet operating parameters.
Options: Auto-negotiated, 10BT Half Duplex, 10BT Full Duplex, 100BT Half
Duplex, 100BT Full Duplex
Link Status Operational condition of the physical link. This value is READ-ONLY.
• Link Up
• Link Down
Admin State Indicates whether the interface is Enabled (in service) or Disabled (out of
service).
Mode This option is only available if the ONU was created with a Configuration
Mode of “Priority Between Users.”
VLAN Trunking allows tagged packets to be received at the ONU’s Ethernet
port. With VLAN Trunking enabled, up to 48 users can be defined per ONU.
VLAN Trunking is supported on all ONUs except homeGEAR Ultra and home
4000.
QinQ (VLAN Tag Stacking or TLS Trunking) allows the service provider to
offer VLAN Transparency between enterprise and service provider networks.
QinQ is supported on bizGEAR™, aceGEAR, homeGEAR™ 1000, Xgen
7000 and mduGEAR 224 products.
Crossover The ability to configure MDIX feature, which allows Ethernet ports to
dynamically determine the communication path between devices.
Only mduGEAR 224 can configure this feature. For other ONUs, this feature
is always on. The options are: Auto, On, Off.
User ID Menu selectable ID number assigned to an end user. Select the user to be
assigned the Ethernet services.

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Navigating to the Ethernet Interface Configuration Window

Note User-defined. Optional.

Figure 21: ONU Ethernet Interface Provisioning

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Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Untagged Traffic

Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Untagged Traffic


The procedure describes how to provision the Ethernet port on an ONU for untagged
traffic. The ONU can have the Configuration Mode set to either Priority Within User or
Priority Between User. Perform this procedure for each Ethernet Port to be provisioned.
Use Provision ONU User with TOS Prioritization on page 36 as your reference for input:
To configure an Ethernet Port with Ingress VLAN Blocking, proceed with the following.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the Ethernet Port icon on the System Board.
• The ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration window is displayed.
5. Select the Interface for the service to be delivered.
6. Select the assigned Admin Type for the Port to be configured from the drop-down
list.
7. Leave the Mode set to No Trunking.
8. Type information in the Note field per your Work Order.
9. Select Enabled in the Admin State field drop-down list.
10. Press Submit, and then save the new configuration.

Figure 22: Enabling Untagged Traffic

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Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Tagged Traffic

Provision ONU Ethernet Port for Tagged Traffic


The procedure describes how to provision an Ethernet port for tagged traffic. The ONU
must have its Configuration Mode set to Priority Between Users. Perform this procedure
for each Ethernet Port to be provisioned.
To configure an Ethernet Port with Matched Ingress VLAN Transit, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the Ethernet Port icon on the System Board.
• The ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration window is displayed.
5. Select the Interface for the service to be delivered.
6. Select the assigned Admin Type for the Port to be configured.
7. Type information in the Note field per your work order.
8. Select Trunking to enable VLAN trunking.
9. Select Enabled in the Admin State field drop-down list.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

Figure 23: Enabling Tagged Traffic

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VLAN Transparent LAN Services

VLAN Transparent LAN Services


VLAN services refer to data users configured for Ethernet ports on an ONU. Every data
user configured must have a VLAN ID hence VLAN Services. VLAN services can drive
many different applications, such as VoIP, and depending upon the service provider’s
strategy, he may or may not assign these services to unique VLANs.
VLAN Transparent LAN Services (TLS), or Q in Q, is supported on all ONUs except
homeGEAR Ultra and home 4000. TLS can create a LAN between two ALLOPTIC
ONUs. It doesn’t matter if they are on the same PON as long as they are on the same
chassis, and Same PON Bridging is enabled. TLS allows the service provider to offer
VLAN transparency between enterprise and service provider networks. It allows a user to
send packets through the system with or without tags. Therefore, it is transparent.
However, TLS does not pass Spanning Tree Bridge PDUs through the system. See
ALLOPTIC’s Planning and Engineering Guide for more information on VLAN TLS.

NOTE: The ONU must be configured with the VLAN prioritization of Priority
Between Users for TLS to be provisioned.

To configure VLAN TLS, proceed with the following.


1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
3. From the drop down list, select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on assigned Ethernet port.
• The ONU Ethernet Configuration window will appear.
5. Select the Interface for the service to be delivered.
6. Select the assigned Admin Type for the Port to be configured.
7. Type information in the Note field per your work order.
8. Select QinQ in the Mode field on each interface you want to configure for ONU to
ONU traffic.
9. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 24: Enabling Transparent LAN Services (QinQ)

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Navigating to the ONU DS1 Interface Configuration Window

TDM Services Provisioning Overview


Proceed with the following if you are provisioning TDM services.
This section describes the procedures required to provision the DS1 and DS0 Interfaces on
ONUs. A procedure is also included to provision ONU Network Cross-connects.
The DS1 and DS0 configuration windows allow the operator to provision these facilities
to match ONU facilities settings. It is important that both chassis DS3M or T1/E1 and
ONU facilities have compatible configurations to assure successful cross connects
between them.
The DS1 Interface Configuration window allows you to enable one or more DS1 circuits
for system clocking. This is normally done when the Chassis timing option is enabled in
the Clock Source window. When Chassis Timing is enabled, the system selects the lowest
numbered DS1 as its clocking source. If that source fails, the next DS1 will be selected.

Navigating to the ONU DS1 Interface Configuration Window


The DS1 Interface Configuration window is accessible from the ONU Configuration
window. When a user selects a DS1 port on an ONU or DS1 service module, the DS1
Interface Configuration window is displayed. See Figure 25. The configuration fields are
defined below.
ONU DS1 Interface Configuration Data
PON ID The unique PON identifier to which the ONU is associated
ONU Index The unique identifier the system assigns to a particular ONU
Serial Number The hardware serial number on the ONU
MAC Address Media Access Control (MAC) layer address on ONU
Port Number The physical port on the ONU where the T1/E1 resides.
This value is READ-ONLY
IfIndex System generated. This value is READ-ONLY
Admin State Indicates whether the interface is Enabled or Disabled. Select
Enabled when the module is installed; select Disabled to remove
module from service
DS1 Type Indicates whether the DS1 is a T1 or E1.
Frame Type The frame type for the individual T1/E1. Options:
T1: Other, SF (SuperFrame), ESF (Extended SuperFrame), or
Unframed
E1: Basic, CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check), MF (Multi Frame),
CRCMF, or Unframed
Line Coding The type of DS1 line code used. Options B8ZS (Bipolar with 8 Zero
Substitution) or AMI (Alternate Mark Inversion)
For E1: HDB3 (High Density Bipolar 3) or AMI
Line Build Out The amount of padding to insert. Options allow selection in dB or
distance in feet. For E1 options are Long Haul or Short Haul
Cross Connect Type Options: Network for Chassis to ONU connections; PT-PT for ONU
to ONU connections
Note User-defined. Optional

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Provisioning the ONU DS1 Interface

Provisioning the ONU DS1 Interface


This procedure describes how to provision the T1/E1 lines on an ONU or Service Module.
Perform this procedure for each T1/E1 line to be provisioned.
To configure the ONU DS1 interface, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the DS1 port graphic.
• The ONU DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
5. Select the DS1 type: T1 or E1.
6. Select the Frame Type from the drop-down list.
• T1: SF, ESF, or Unframed
• E1: Basic, CRC, MF, CRCMF, or Unframed
7. Select Line Coding from the drop-down list.
• T1: B8ZS or AMI
• E1: HDB3 or AMI
8. Select Line Build Out from the drop-down list.
• Padding options are in dB or feet
• E1: Long haul or short haul
9. Select Cross Connect Type from the drop-down list.
• The DS0 population within a DS1 may be cross connected to the DS0 population
of a DS3M for network access or another ONU for point-to-point applications.
• If you are cross connecting an ONU DS1 port to a DS3M select Network.
• If you are cross connecting an ONU to another ONU DS1 port, select PT-PT.
10. Type any notes in the Note field.
11. Set the Admin State to Enabled for each DS1 to be provisioned.
12. Press Submit.
13. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 25: ONU DS1 Interface Provisioning

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Provisioning the ONU DS1 Parameter Thresholds

Provisioning the ONU DS1 Parameter Thresholds


Parameter thresholds can be configured for a variety of DS1 monitoring statistics in the
Performance Monitoring (PM) Profile window. Alarms are generated if the thresholds are
crossed.

Figure 26: ONU DS1 Performance Monitoring Profile Configuration Window

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Navigating to the ONU DS0 Interface Configuration Window

Navigating to the ONU DS0 Interface Configuration Window


The DS0 Interface Configuration panel allows the user to configure one or more DS0s for
the ONU. From the DS1 Interface Configuration Screen, click on the DS0 tab. The ONU
DS0 Interface Configuration window is displayed. See Figure 27. The configuration fields
are explained below.
ONU DS0 Interface Configuration Data
PON ID The unique PON identifier to which the ONU is associated
ONU Index The unique identifier assigned to a particular ONU by the system
Serial Number The hardware serial number on the ONU. Can be Operator selectable or
System Generated
MAC Address Media Access Control layer address on ONU. Can be Operator selectable or
System Generated
DS1# The physical port of the T1/E1 where the DS0 resides
Modify Checkboxes correspond to each DS0. To select a particular DS0 to be
modified, select the checkbox in the row that contains the DS0 you want to
modify
If you select the checkbox in the first row (where the DS0 # is All), and then
provide the required values, you will modify all the DSOs associated with the
DS1
DS0 # The DS0 channel location in the T1/E1. T1=1-24, E1=1-30
IfIndex System generated. This value is READ-ONLY
Admin State Indicates whether the interface is Enabled or Disabled
Select Enabled to place the channel in service
Select Disable to take the channel out of service
Data/Voice Indicates DS0 use as a Data circuit or a Voice circuit
Data sets up for Clear Channel 64 Kbps traffic
Voice sets up for 56 Kbps traffic Voice and signalling
Signaling Type The type of signaling used on the channel
At present, Transparent is the only option
Idle Code The 1 and 0 pattern used by a carrier system to indicate an idle channel
Select the idle code used by your system. Default is 1111
Idle Signal Manual fill in. Default is 255, ANSI Standard

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Provisioning the ONU DS0 Interface

Provisioning the ONU DS0 Interface


The procedure describes how to provision ONU DS0 interfaces. Follow these steps for
each DS0 to be provisioned.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the DS1 port graphic.
• The DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
5. Click on the DS0/AVM Port tab.
• The ONU DS0 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. From the DS1 # drop-down list, select the DS1 port to be configured.
• For the bizGEAR Ultra and MDU family, the selections are 0-1 and 0-2, where the
first digit (0) indicates the system board, and the second digit (1 or 2) indicates the
specific DS1 port.
• For the bizGEAR 200, the selections 0-1 and 0-2 are the same as for the bizGEAR
Ultra.
• The other selections correspond to the optional modules. 1-1 indicates slot 1,
port 1. 1-2 indicates slot 1, port 2.
• If all slots have modules with DS1 ports, the selections go up to 4-2, indicat-
ing slot 4, port 2.
7. Select the corresponding checkbox to choose the DS0 #(s) to be modified.
• If you want to set all DS0s to the same values, click the checkbox in the row that
has the DS0 # of “All”.
8. Select Data/Voice from the drop-down list.
9. Select Signaling Type from the drop-down list.
• Transparent is the only option.
10. Select the Idle Code (1111 is the default) from the drop-down list.
11. Enter the Idle Signal (255 is the default).
12. Select Enabled in the Admin State field.
13. Press Submit.
14. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 27: ONU DS0 Interface Provisioning

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ONU Telephony Services Overview


This section describes how to configure an Analog Voice Module (AVM) port. An ONU
AVM port can then be connected to a DS3M AVM port. This is referred to as a Network
Cross Connect. Cross connects are described in Chapter 4. DS3M AVM configuration is
described in the edgeGEAR 2000 Turnup and Verification Manual.
When configuring the DS3M interface for a cross connect, set the circuit to Voice or Data
to match the AVM service. Both DS3M and ONU facilities must have compatible
configurations to assure successful cross connects between their facilities.
The AVM may be configured to operate as either a POTS or Private Line. AVM
configuration allows you to establish circuit parameters such as signaling and gain and
match telephone equipment impedance at the subscriber end. At the network interface,
you can set up type of service, signaling, and idle channel coding.

Navigating to the ONU AVM Configuration Window


The Analog Voice Module Configuration (AVM) window allows the user to configure
telephone services. From the ONU Configuration window, click on the graphical
representation of the AVM ports. The 2W Analog Voice Configuration is displayed. See
Figure 28 and Figure 29. The configuration fields are defined below.

Figure 28: home 4000 with AVM ports

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ONU AVM Interface Configuration Data


PON ID The unique PON identifier to which the ONU is associated
ONU ID The unique identifier the system assigns to a particular ONU
Serial Number The hardware serial number on the ONU
MAC Address Media Access Control layer address on the ONU
Port Number The physical port on the ONU
IfIndex System generated. READ-ONLY
Admin State Indicates whether the interface is Enabled or Disabled
Select Enabled to place the line in service
Select Disable to take the line out of service
Signaling Type Indicates how the signaling bits will be interpreted, and how off hook
and on hook conditions will be converted to signaling. Options: Loop
Start, Ground Start., or PLAR (Private Line Automatic Ringdown)
Ring Cadence Used with PLAR signaling. Introduces interrupts in the ringing signal.
The number entered represents an interrupt in 100 milliseconds
AC Line Impedance Options are 600 OHMS (Default) or 900 OHMS
Rx Gain Options: 0dB to -12dB Set as required by application
“0” Setting most common. “0” Setting provides a nominal -3 dBm
Tx Attenuation -6dB to -12dB Set as required by application. “0” Setting most common
CRV Informational: You may enter the subscriber’s Telephone Number
Companding Type Options are U-Law (North American standard) and A-Law (European
standard)
Cross connect type Point-to-point is used if you are connecting ONU to ONU. Network
utilizes the DS3M for cross-connects (Default)

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Provisioning the ONU AVM Interface


The procedure contains the tasks to provision the ONU AVM interfaces. Perform this
procedure for each AVM port to be used.
1. Click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration display is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the graphical representation of the AVM ports.
• The 2W Analog Voice Module Configuration window is displayed.
5. Select Signaling Type for the voice ports you want to configure.
• Options: Loop Start, Ground Start, PLAR.
6. Enter Ring Cadence as your Work Order directs.
• Normally used for PLAR signalling.
7. Set your AC Line Impedance.
8. Select the assigned Rx Gain from the drop-down list.
9. Select the Tx Attenuation.
10. The CRV function is presently not supported.
11. Set the Companding Type.
• Set to µ-Law for North American standard.
12. The default Cross Connect Type is Network.
• No change is required.
13. Press Submit.
14. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 29: ONU AVM Interface Provisioning

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Set AVM Cross Connect Type

Chapter 4 Cross Connects

Provisioning Network Cross Connects

Configure DS3 edgeGEAR 2000 Only Configure the


Module ONU

Configure
DS3, DS1, & Select AVM Select DS1
DS0 Interfaces port port

Select the Set AVM Configure DS1


TDM Services Module for and set for
Tab Network Network

The ONU port type must


Configure the Configure AVM Configure DS0
be set to Network first.
ONU ports port ports
desired

Submit Done

Figure 30: Network Cross Connect Flowchart

Set AVM Cross Connect Type


The AVM or DS1 Cross Connect type must be set for the type of cross connect desired,
Network or Point-to-Point. To set the AVM cross connect type, proceed with the
following.
1. From the ALLOPTIC home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. In the Chassis Module Configuration window, click on ONU Configuration.
• The Module Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on a Voice port to open the AVM port Configuration window.
4. Select the AVM Module Configuration tab.
• The POTS module configuration window appears.
5. Set the AVM cross connect to Network (Figure 31), and press Submit.

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Figure 31: AVM Cross Connect Type

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Provisioning AVM Network Cross Connects


This section describes how to provision a DS3M to ONU AVM port cross connect. This
type of cross connect is used to provide POTS access to the telephone network. Perform
this procedure for each DS0 cross connect to be provisioned. DS3M and ONU facilities
must have compatible configurations to assure successful cross connects between ONU
ports and DS3M facilities. All configurations should be coordinated.
To provision Network AVM Cross Connects, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. From the Chassis Module Configuration window, click on the DS3M module or DS1
port to be provisioned.
• For the edgeGEAR 2000, the DS3M Module Configuration window is displayed.
• For the edge 200, the DS1 Port Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the TDM Service tab.
4. From the drop-down list, select the DS3 Port Number/DS1 Index to be configured.
• The selections are x-y, where x indicates the DS3 port, and y indicates the DS1 in
that port.
5. Select the corresponding checkbox(es) of the DS1(s) to be configured.
• To set all DS1s to the same value, click the checkbox that has the DS1 # “All”.
6. Enter the assigned PON ID.
7. Enter the assigned ONU Index.
8. Enter the Slot Number.
• The Slot # is always 1 for a homeGEAR™ ONU.
9. Enter the assigned Port #.
10. Enter the assigned DS0 Index.
• The DS0 Index is always 0 for a homeGEAR™ ONU.
11. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
12. Click Submit to update screen selections.
13. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 32: Provisioning AVM Port Cross Connects

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Set DS0 Cross Connect Type


ONU configuration should be coordinated with DS3M facilities configuration. It is
important that the DS1 and DS0 Interface settings on the DS3M and the ONU Interface
are compatible to assure successful cross connects.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. From the Chassis Module Configuration window, click on ONU Configuration.
• The Module Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the DS1 Port.
• The ONU DS1 Interface Configuration window appears.
4. Set the Cross Connect Type field to Network (Figure 33).
5. Press Submit.

Figure 33: DS1 Cross Connect Type

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Provisioning DS0 Network Cross Connects


This procedure contains the tasks to provision a DS3M to ONU DS0 cross connect. This
type of cross connect is used to provide an ONU access to a telephone network. Perform
this procedure for each DS0 cross connect to be provisioned.
In this procedure, the operator connects a DS3M/DS1-DS0 to an ONU-DS0 as Work
Order assignments specify.
To provision TDM Cross Connects, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. From the Chassis Module Configuration window, click on the DS3M slot or DS1 port
to be provisioned.
• For the edgeGEAR 2000, the DS3M Module Configuration window is displayed.
• For the edge 200, the DS1 Port Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the TDM Service tab.
• The Network DS0 Cross Connect window is displayed.
4. From the DS1# drop-down list, select the DS1 for which you want to cross connect
the DS0s.
5. Select the Modify box of the DS0s you want to cross connect, or select the "All"
modify box.
6. Enter the PON ID for the ONU to which you want to cross connect.
7. Enter the ONU Index to which you want to cross connect.
8. Enter the Slot, Port, and ONU DS0 Numbers.
9. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
10. Press Submit to update screen selections.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 34: Provisioning DS0 Network Cross Connects

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Provisioning Point-to-Point Cross Connects


This section describes the procedures required to provision an ONU DS0 to ONU DS0
cross-connect. Perform this procedure for each DS0 cross-connect to be provisioned.

Configure
ONU Port

AVM DS1

Set Cross
Connect type
to Point-to-
Point

Submit

Figure 35: Provisioning Point-to-Point Cross Connects

The Point-to-Point cross connect is used to provide point-to-point service between ONUs.
It allows subscribers to set up private line networks between PBX switches and Off
Premises stations. This cross connect supports the following arrangements:
• bizGEAR ONU to bizGEAR ONU connection
• home ONU to bizGEAR ONU connection
• home ONU to home ONU connection

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Provisioning AVM Ports for Point-to-Point Cross Connects


This procedure describes how to provision an AVM port for a point-to-point connection. It
is normally performed when the AVM is configured for a private line application.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration display is displayed.
3. From the drop-down list, select the assigned PON ID.
4. Then select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the Voice ports shown on the graphic.
• The 2W Analog Voice Module Configuration window is displayed.
6. Select the Signaling Type: PLAR
• Once PLAR is selected, it affects all ports. Network Cross Connects are no longer
possible on any port.
7. Enter the Ring Cadence.
• Used with PLAR signalling.
8. Set your AC Line Impedance.
9. Select the Rx Gain from the drop-down list.
10. Select the Tx Attenuation from the drop-down list.
11. Set the Companding Type.
• Set to µ-Law for North American standard.
12. Press Submit.
13. Select the AVM Module Configuration tab.
14. Select PT-PT in the AVM Cross Connect field drop-down list.
• The AVM ports are configured for a point-to-point cross connect
15. Press Submit.
16. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 36: Provisioning the AVM Port for Pt-to-Pt Cross Connect

Figure 37: Selecting Point to Point

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Provisioning AVM Point-to-Point Cross Connects


To provision ONU to ONU AVM Cross Connects, proceed as follows.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned A Location PON ID.
4. Select the assigned A Location ONU Index.
5. Click on the TDM Service tab.
6. Select the A Location AVM Port Number/DS0 Index.
7. For each ONU DS0 to be cross connected, enter the assigned Z Location:
• PON ID
• ONU Index
• Slot Number
• Port Number
• DS0 Index
8. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
9. Press Submit.
10. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 38: ONU to ONU AVM Cross Connect

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Provision DS1 Point-to-Point


To configure the DS1 ports for point-to-point cross connects, proceed as follows.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the DS1 Port.
• The DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
4. Select T1 or E1 for the DS1 Type.
5. Select the Frame Type and Line Coding.
6. Select the Line Build Out.
7. Select point-to-point in the Cross Connect Type.
8. Enter a note if desired.
9. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the New Configuration.

Figure 39: DS1 Interface Configuration Window

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Configure the DS0s


To configure the DS0s needed for cross connects, proceed as follows.
1. In the DS1 Interface Configuration Window, click on the DS0 window.
2. In the Modify column, select the All checkbox to configure all DS0s the same.
3. Set the Data/Voice field as needed.
4. Set the Signaling Type to Transparent.
5. Set the Idle Code and the Idle Signal.
6. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

Figure 40: Selecting DS0s for Cross Connect

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Provisioning DS1/DS0 Point-to-Point Cross Connects


In this procedure, the operator connects an A Location ONU-DS0 to a Z Location ONU-
DS0 for each selected DS1 port and DS0 index number.
1. From the Alloptic Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the TDM Services tab.
6. Select the DS1 Port Number/DS0 Index from the drop-down list.
7. If all DS0s are to be configured the same, select the Modify All checkbox; otherwise
select the DS0s desired.
8. Select the ONU 2 PON ID.
9. Select the ONU Index and Module Slot Number.
10. Select the Port and DS0 Numbers.
11. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
12. Press Submit.
13. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 41: ONU to ONU Cross Connects

TDM Service Disconnect Requirements


When disconnecting individual home or bizGEAR TDM services, both Network and
Point-to-Point services must be disconnected. If ONU or DS3M facilities are to be
removed, all service cross connects must be disconnected first. To prevent alarms, perform
the procedure then physically disconnect the service.

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Provisioning RF Video Service

Chapter 5 Video Service Provisioning


RF Video Service Overview
The mduGEAR 224 and aceGEAR ONUs can be equipped with an RF Video port that
connects to subscriber equipment via coaxial cable. GigaVu™ allows an operator to
control this port remotely. The Xgen 7000 and home 4000 can come equipped with
internal RF Video sources that can also be controlled remotely.
An RF Video tab in the ONU Configuration window provides access to the RF Video
configuration screen. Several types of RF Video equipment can be provisioned: a dual
fiber tvGEAR Receiver (Figure 43), a SF (single fiber) tvGEAR Receiver (Figure 44), a
tvGEAR Transceiver (Figure 42), and a rack-mountable tvGEAR converter.
The tvGEAR Receivers deliver Broadcast Video services to Cable Ready TV sets over
optical carriers. This enables a Service Provider to offer subscribers a choice of CATV and
Satellite broadcasts. The bi-directional RF transceiver provides video services in the
downstream direction with a DOCSIS return path.

Provisioning RF Video Service


This procedure provides directions for initiating ONU RF Video service. When the
configuration change is submitted, the RF Signal is turned on at the subscriber’s location.
The signal is shut off when the RF Video port is disabled. The tvGEAR Receiver must be
enabled administratively to be placed in service.
To provision the RF Video port, proceed as follows.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID and ONU Index.
4. Click on the RF Video tab.
• The RF Video Configuration window is displayed.
5. Select the Equipment Type from the drop-down list.
• The rack mount tvGEAR converter can only be provisioned with the aceGEAR.
6. Press Add.
7. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
8. Press Submit.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 42: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Transceiver

Figure 43: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Receiver

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Figure 44: Provisioning Single Fiber tvGEAR Receiver

Figure 45: Provisioning RF Video Service, tvGEAR Converter

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Provisioning Global IP Video Services

IP Video Services Overview


The Alloptic IP delivery video system provides customers with broadcast and Video-on-
Demand (VOD) channels. The Alloptic chassis uses IP multicast techniques to distribute
video content over the Alloptic network. Each ONU is capable of delivering video
services to the Ethernet port. Alloptic ONUs support IP Video and data combined on one
10/100 Ethernet port. If desired, the IP Video and data can be supported on separate ports.

Provisioning Global IP Video Services


The Global IP Video Service Provisioning procedures provide a checklist of data you must
obtain and navigation to the GigaVu™ windows you will use for entering IP Video service
configuration data.
Please refer to the Planning & Engineering Guide for a technical overview of IP Video
service. See Figure 53 below for a visual representation of the IP Video service
application. Use the supporting procedures to provision the services listed on your work
order.

VLAN and IGMP Configuration Fields


Field Definition
VLAN
VLAN ID A VLAN identifier unique to the system. Valid range: 64 to 4094.
The IP video service provider’s assigned IP address; also the source IP
IP Address
address the chassis uses to query the video head-end.
Status System generated. Indicates status of VLAN.
Select Enabled to place a VLAN in service; Disabled to remove from
Admin State
service.
Note Optional reference field.
IGMP
The interval, in seconds, during which the ONU sends General Query
Query Interval messages to each of its subscriber video ports. Valid range: 1 to 1000.
Default is 125 seconds.
The max response timeout value, in tenths of a second, inserted in the
Query Max Response General Query messages, and the maximum amount of time in which an
Time (10th of second) IP host has to respond with Group Membership reports to the query. Valid
range: 1 to 25. Default is 5 seconds.
The max response timeout interval, in tenths of a second, inserted in the
Last Member Group Specific Query (which was generated in response to a Leave
Response Time (10th message) and is the maximum amount of time an IP host has to respond
of second) with a Group Membership Report to the query. Valid range: 1 to 250.
Default is 5 tenths of a second.
Amount of time, in seconds, in which a port will be dropped from a
multicast group if no Group Membership Report is received. It is
Host Group Timeout
recommended that this value be at least twice the Query Interval in case
a membership report is lost. Valid range: 1 to 2000. Default: 260 seconds.
Amount of time, in tenths of a second, in which a port will be dropped
Last Member Time Out from a multicast group if no Group Membership Report is received. This
10th of second) timeout replaces the Host Group Timeout when a Group Specific Query is
sent. Valid range: 1 to 50. Default: 1 second.

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Specifies the number of times the system sends an initial Join message
via the network ports separated by a time interval as specified by the
Periodic Join Interval. Since IGMP messages are unreliable UDP (User
Initial Join Count
Datagram Protocol) packets that can be lost or dropped, sending the Join
multiple times helps ensure the multicast router will receive the request.
Default: 2.
Amount of time, in seconds, between the Join messages sent via the
Periodic Join Interval
chassis. Default: 5.
Admin State Select Enabled for IGMP capability; select Disabled for no IGMP.

Creating IP Video VLANs


This procedure describes how to create the VLAN necessary for IP Video services.

Note: At least one network port must be enabled prior to enabling the IP Video
VLAN.

To create an IP Video VLAN, proceed as follows.


1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
• The Service Configuration window is displayed.
3. Enter the following VLAN Configuration information:
• VLAN ID
• IP Address
• Admin State
• Note
4. Press the top Submit button.

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IP Video IGMP Configuration

NOTE: If you do not see an Admin State field in the VLAN Configuration section,
press the ADD button.

1. Enter the following IGMP Configuration:


• Query Interval
• Query Max Response Time
• Last Member Response Time
• Host Group Timeout
• Last Member Timeout
• Initial Join Count
• Periodic Join Interval
• Admin State
2. Press the bottom Submit button.
3. Save the new configuration.

Figure 46: Creating an IP Video VLAN

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Network Port Configuration Fields


Field Definition
Network Port SCM port 1 or port 2, NIM Ports 1 through 6.
Status Select Enabled to put port in service; Disabled to remove from service.
Set the downstream bandwidth limit, in 100Kbps, for the network port.
Downstream B/W
Each channel typically requires 5Mbps
Set the upstream bandwidth limit, in 100Kbps, for the network port.
Upstream B/W
Generally set to a value less than Downstream B/W.
Note Optional reference field.

Add Network Port(s) for IP Video VLAN


The procedure describes how to provision network ports for an IP Video VLAN.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
• The Service Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the Network Port tab.
• The Network Port Configuration window is displayed.
4. Press the Add button.
5. Select a valid Network Port.
6. Set the Downstream BW.
7. Set the Upstream BW.
8. Enter any Notes.
9. Set the Status to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 47: Adding Network Ports for IP Video VLANs

Figure 48: IP Video Network Port Configuration

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PON Port Configuration Fields


Field Definition
PON ID A PON ID that has previously been configured.
Status Select Enabled to put the port in service; Disabled to remove from service.
Set the downstream bandwidth limit, in 100Kbps increments, for the
Downstream B/W
network port. Each channel typically requires 5Mbps.
Specifies the number of multicast channels, which if exceeded, generates
Alarm Threshold
an alarm log event and an SNMP trap.
Specifies the number of multicast channels that cannot be exceeded. If this
Max Channel number is reached, an alarm log event is generated, and no further
multicast membership Joins are processed for the offending ONU port.

Add PON Port(s) to the IP Video VLAN


This procedure describes how to provision the PON ports that are used for delivering IP
video services to the VLAN.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
3. Click on the PON Port tab.
• The PON Port Configuration window is displayed.
4. Press the Add button.
5. Select the PON ID.
6. Set the Downstream BW.
7. Set the Alarm Threshold.
8. Set the Max Channel.
9. Set the Status to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 49: Adding PON Ports to the IP Video VLAN

Figure 50: IP Video PON Port Configuration

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IP Video Multicast Address Configuration Fields


Field Definition
Represents the broadcast channel to be added as an allowable source
IP Multicast Address
for the video end-user.
Status System generated. Indicates status of IP video multicast address.
Select Static Video to ensure that the system always subscribes (or
joines) to the Multicast Address on a fixed basis.
Type
Select Video if the system is to subscribe (or join) to the Multicast
Address on a per-request basis.
Note Optional reference field.

Add Multicast Addresses to the IP Video VLAN


This procedure describes how to configure the Multicast Address(es) the IP Video VLAN
uses.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
3. Click on the Multicast Addresses tab.
• The IP Video Multicast Addresses window is displayed.
4. Set the Status field to Enabled.
5. Click the New button.
• The IP Video Multicast Addresses window is re-displayed.
6. Enter a valid IP Multicast Address.
7. From the drop-down list, select a Type: Video or Static Video.
8. Enter channel Information (ABC, CBS, ESPN, etc.) in Notes.
9. Click the Add button.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 51: Multicast Address Configuration Window

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Provision ONU IP Video Service


The ONU IP Video Service Provisioning procedures provide a checklist of data to obtain
and the navigation windows you will use for entering IP Video service configuration data.
Use the supporting procedures to provision the services listed on your Work Order.
This section defines the IP Video configuration fields used when configuring IP Video
services.

ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration Fields


Field Definition
PON ID The unique PON identifier to which the ONU is associated.
ONU Index The unique ONU identifier.
For each ONU Fast Ethernet port that is to receive IP Video service,
Port Type
change the Port Type from Data to IP Video or Mixed Services.
Used with bizGEAR 200 ONUs only. This represents the Ethernet Service
Slot #
Module slot number if applicable.

ONU Ethernet Port IP Video Configuration Fields


Field Definition
Set to YES to speed up the process of dropping a multicast stream from a
subscriber’s ONU port. This option can be used if only one set-top box is
present on the subscriber port. If set, the system prunes a multicast stream
Fast Leave from a subscriber port when an IGMP Leave message is received.
Set to NO and a group specific query is sent and a reply time-out must
occur before the multicast stream is pruned.
Channel Alarm Channel Alarm Threshold specifies the number of multicast channels,
Threshold which if exceeded, will generate an alarm log event and an SNMP trap.
This field specifies the number of multicast channels that cannot be
Max Channel exceeded for the ONU port. If this number is reached, an alarm log event is
Allowed generated and no further multicast membership Joins are processed for the
offending ONU port.
Upstream This is generally set to a value of .512 to 1.0 Mbps to provide enough
Bandwidth bandwidth for channel and related management traffic.
Enter YES if a secure Set-Top Box is configured as part of the IP Service on
SecureSTB this Ethernet port
Enter NO if no secure Set-Top Box is to be used.
Note Optional reference field.

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Configure ONU Ports to IP Video Service


This procedure describes how to configure the ONU Ethernet ports for IP Video service.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Ethernet Port icon on the System Board.
• The ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. Change each Fast Ethernet port that will receive IP Video Service to IP Video or
Mixed Services.
7. Change the Admin State to enabled.
8. Press Submit.
9. Save the new configuration.
10. Click on the IP Video tab.
11. Select the Slot # and Port # of the ONU Port.
12. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
13. Choose the appropriate value for Fast Leave.
14. Enter the value for Channel Alarm Threshold.
15. Enter the value for Max Channel Allowed.
16. Enter the value for Upstream Bandwidth.
17. Enter a Note.
18. Press Submit.
19. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 52: Configuring ONU IP Video

Figure 53: IP Video Service Configuration Window

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IP Video Secure Set-Top Box


By specifying a MAC address for each Set-Top Box (STB) connected to the ONU
Ethernet Port, the Service Provider allows that Set-Top Box to access IP Video services
provided via the system. A Service Provider can thus enforce security for IP Video
services. Secure STB entries are required for all Mixed Service Ethernet ports.
To configure the IP Video Secure Set-Top Box, proceed with the following steps.
1. From the Home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Select the ONU IP Video tab.
6. Select the Set-Top Box tab.
7. Select the appropriate interface port (if using a bizGEAR 200, select the slot number
first).
8. Press the New button. The IP Video STB Inventory window appears (See Figure 54).
9. Enter the STB MAC Address.
10. Enter a Service ID #.
11. Press ADD.
12. Save the new configuration.
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Figure 54: IP Video STB Inventory Window

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Disable the IP Video Set-Top Box Configuration


To Disable an IP Video Set-Top Box, proceed with the following:
1. Go to the ONU Configuration window.
2. Select the PON ID.
3. Select the ONU Index.
4. Select the ONU IP Video tab (see Figure 53).
5. Select the Set-Top Box tab.
• The IP Video STB Inventory page appears (Figure 54).
6. Select the appropriate interface port (if using a bizGEAR 200, select the slot number
first).
7. Select the MAC Address of the STB you wish to disable.
8. Set the Admin State to disabled.
9. Press Submit.
10. Save the new configuration.

Delete the IP Video Set-Top Box Configuration


To Delete an IP Video Set-Top Box, proceed with the following:
1. Go to the ONU Configuration window.
2. Select the PON ID.
3. Select the ONU Index.
4. Select the ONU IP Video tab (see Figure 53).
5. Select the Set-Top Box tab.
• The IP Video STB Inventory page appears (Figure 54).
6. Select the appropriate interface port (if using a bizGEAR 200, select the slot number
first).
7. Select the MAC Address of the STB you wish to delete.
8. Press the Delete button. The STB will be removed.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Designated Services Configuration Data

Chapter 6 Designated Services


Designated Services Overview
Designated Services creates a open flat VLAN that many ONUs, or a network port, can
connect to. This resource allows enhanced bandwidth management and prioritization for
specified VLANs. It provides the ability to prioritize Designated Services above data
traffic. This ensures that when processing the streams, Designated Services are configured
at a higher priority than standard data traffic thus ensuring they get through uncorrupted.
This allows unrestricted communication between data ports. Designated Services are
particularly useful for Voice over IP (VoIP) and community LANs.
All ONUs support Designated Service capabilities. The ONUs allow at least two
designated VLANs to be assigned to a physical Ethernet port while still allowing the
standard data VLAN capabilities on that port.

Provisioning Global Designated Services


The global Designated Services Provisioning procedures provide a checklist of data you
must obtain and navigation to the GigaVu™ windows you will use for entering
Designated Service configuration data. Use the supporting procedures to provision the
services listed on your work order.

Designated Services Configuration Data

Field Definition
Service ID Up to five services are possible. Options: 1-5.
VLAN ID The VLAN assigned to the service.
Select Enabled to place a VLAN in service; Disabled to remove from
Admin State
service.
The Designated Services priority level: Default, High, System.
• Default = normal VLAN services traffic
Priority • High = Intermediate level priority between VLAN and IP Video
priorities.
• System = Highest priority, equal to IP Video services.
Network Port The port traffic will egress, can be SCM or NIM
Downstream Bandwidth allocated out of bandwidth manager for traffic coming into the
Bandwidth (Mbps) chassis. Set the downstream bandwidth limit, in 64Kbps.
Minimum Upstream Controls the minimum bandwidth egressing the chassis. Set the upstream
Bandwidth (Mbps) bandwidth limit, in 64Kbps.
Maximum Upstream Controls the maximum bandwidth egressing the chassis. Set the upstream
Bandwidth (Mbps) bandwidth limit, in 64Kbps.
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Creating Designated Services VLANs


1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the Designated Services tab.
• The Designated Services window is displayed.
3. Select the Service ID for which you want to configure bandwidth and priority.
4. Enter the VLAN ID.
5. Set the desired Priority level.
6. Select the Network egress port.
7. Set the Upstream and Downstream Bandwidth Levels.
8. Enter a text Note if desired.
9. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
• The Service Configuration will appear in a table at the bottom of the window.
11. Save the new configuration.

Figure 55: Designated Services Configuration Window

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Designated Services PON Port Configuration Data


The following table describes the PON Port Configuration data.
Field Definition
Service ID Up to five services are possible. Options: 1-5.
PON ID The PON the service is traveling over.
Admin State Select Enabled to place a VLAN in service; Disabled to remove from
service.
Downstream Bandwidth allocated out of bandwidth manager for traffic going down the
Bandwidth (Mbps) PON. Set the downstream bandwidth limit in 64Kbps.

Configure Designated Services PON Ports


1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the Designated Services tab.
3. Click the PON Port tab.
• The PON Port Configuration window appears.
4. Select the Service ID.
5. Select the PON ID.
6. Set the Downstream Bandwidth Level.
7. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
8. Press Submit.
• The PON Port Configuration will appear in a table at the bottom of the screen.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 56: Designated Services PON Port Configuration Window

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Provision ONU Designated Services


The ONU Designated Services Provisioning procedures provide a checklist of data to
obtain and the navigation windows you will use for entering Designated Services
configuration data. Use the supporting procedures to provision the services listed on your
Work Order.
This section defines the Designated Services fields used during configuration.

ONU Designated Services Configuration Fields


Field Definition
Service ID Up to five services are possible. Options: 1-5.
Admin State Select Enabled/Disabled to place the VLAN in or out of service.
Minimum Upstream The minimum bandwidth allowed for this service traffic, from ONU onto
Bandwidth (Mbps) the PON. Set the upstream bandwidth limit, in 64Kbps.
Maximum Upstream The maximum bandwidth allowed for this service traffic, from ONU onto
Bandwidth (Mbps) the PON. Set the upstream bandwidth limit, in 64Kbps.
Note Optional reference field.

Configure ONU Units for Designated Services


The Unit Configuration tab enables an ONU to participate in a specific designated service.
This procedure describes how to configure the ONU for Designated Services.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
• The ONU Designated Service Configuration window is displayed.
6. Select the Service ID.
7. Set the Minimum and Maximum Upstream Bandwidth.
8. Enter a Note if desired.
9. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
10. Press Submit.
• The configured ONU Designated Service will appear in a table at the bottom of
the window.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 57: ONU Designated Service Configuration Window

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ONU Port Designated Services Configuration Fields

Field Definition
Service ID Up to five services are possible. Options: 1-5.
Port # The port upon which designated service is being provisioned.
Admin State Select Enabled/Disabled to place the VLAN in or out of service.
Type When configured for secure, only the MAC addresses specifically
configured in the Device Filter may send data onto the specific
Designated Service. Options: Secure or NonSecure.
Note Optional reference field.

Configure ONU Ports for Designated Services


The Port Configuration window adds a specific port to the designated service. This
procedure describes how to configure the ONU Ethernet ports for Designated Services.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
6. Click on the Port Configuration tab.
• The ONU Port Designated Service Configuration window is displayed.
7. Select the Service ID and Port Number.
8. Select the Type of Designated Service you want, secure or nonsecure.
9. Enter a Note if desired.
10. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
11. Press Submit.
• The Port Configuration will appear in a table at the bottom of the window.
12. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 58: ONU Port Designated Service Configuration Window

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ONU Device Filter Configuration Fields


Field Definition
Service ID Filter Lists all available Services.
Port # Filter Lists all available port numbers.
MAC Address An address to be allowed part of a specific Designated Service.
Service ID Up to five services are possible. Options: 1-5.
Port # The port upon which designated service is being provisioned.
Admin State Select Enabled/Disabled to place the VLAN in or out of service.
Note Optional reference field.

Configure ONU Device Filter Configuration


The Device Filter is analogous to the IP Video Set-Top Box MAC feature. You can
configure specific MAC addresses to be part of a specific Designated Service.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
6. Click on the Device Filter tab.
• The Device Filter Configuration window is displayed.
7. Select a filtering option: Service ID or Port Number.
8. Enter the desired MAC Address.
9. Select the desired Service ID and Port Number.
10. Enter a Note if desired.
11. Press Add.
12. Set the Admin State to Enabled.
13. Press Submit.
• The configured device will appear in a table at the bottom of the window.
14. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 59: Designated Services Device Filter Window

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Disconnect an Ethernet Service

Chapter 7 Removing ONU Services

This chapter describes the procedures required for deleting or disabling voice, high-speed
data, T1/E1, and video services.

Ethernet Services Removal


This section contains the procedures required to disconnect existing Ethernet services and
to delete the ONU users associated with those services. Use this task if you are deleting
either Ethernet, IP Video, or Designated services.
Perform the deletion of Ethernet services and users according to your Work Order.

Disconnect an Ethernet Service

CAUTION: This is a service stopping procedure.

The following procedure describes how to disconnect ONU Ethernet services. Perform
this procedure before physically disconnecting the service. In this procedure the operator
disables each Ethernet Port assigned in the Work Order.
To disable an Ethernet interface, proceed with the following.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the Ethernet Port icon.
• The Ethernet Interface Configuration window is displayed for the selected board.
6. For the Ethernet Port to be disconnected, select Disabled in the Admin State field
drop-down list.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

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Delete ONU Users

Figure 60: Disabling the Ethernet Interface

Delete ONU Users


This procedure describes how to delete ONU User configurations no longer associated
with Ethernet services. Perform this procedure when Ethernet services are disconnected or
to change ONU Users on a service.
To delete an ONU User profile, proceed with the following.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the VLAN Service tab.
• The ONU User Configuration window is displayed.
6. Select the User Name to be deleted.
7. Press Delete to remove the user profile.
• A confirmation dialog box is displayed.
8. Press OK to confirm the deletion.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Delete Network Cross-Connects

TDM Service Disconnects


This procedure allows an operator to disconnect individual home and bizGEAR TDM
services. Both Network and Point-to-Point services can be disconnected with these
procedures.
If ONU or DS3M facilities are to be removed, all service cross connects must be
disconnected first. To prevent alarms, perform the disconnect procedure, and then
physically disconnect the service.

Delete Network Cross-Connects


This procedure describes how to delete Network DS0 cross connects. The DS3M-DS0
(edgeGEAR 2000) or DS1-DS0 (edge 200) and ONU-DS0 are disconnected to terminate
network access service.
In this procedure, the operator disconnects a DS3M-DS0/DS1-DS0 from an ONU-DS0 or
AVM port for each selected DS3/DS1 port, DS1 index number, and DS0 index number
specified in the Work Order assignments.
To delete Network DS0 Cross Connects:
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. From the edgeGEAR 2000 Chassis Configuration display, click on the DS3M
containing the service.
• The DS3M Module Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the Port Configuration tab in the DS3M Module Configuration window.
4. From the edge 200 Chassis Configuration display, click on the DS1 containing the
service.
• The DS1 Port Configuration window is displayed.
5. Click on the DS0 tab in the Port Configuration window.
• The DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. From the Port Number drop-down list, select the Port/Index number in which the
DS0 resides.
7. Select the corresponding checkbox(es) for the DS0(s) to be disconnected.
• To disconnect all DS0s, click the checkbox that has the DS0 # “All”.
8. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
9. Press Submit.
10. Save the new configuration.

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Delete Point-to-Point Cross-Connects


In this procedure, the operator disconnects an A Location ONU-DS0 from a Z Location
ONU-DS0 or AVM port for each selected DS1 port and DS0 index number.
To delete Point-to-Point DS0 Cross Connects, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on System Provisioning.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned A Location PON ID.
4. Select the assigned A Location ONU Index.
5. Click on the TDM Service tab.
• The ONU Cross Connect Configuration window is displayed.
6. Select the A Location DS1 Port Number/DS0 Index to be deleted.
7. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
8. Press Submit.
9. Save the new configuration.

Figure 63: Deleting Point to Point Cross Connects

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Remove ONU AVM from Service

TDM Facilities Service Removal


This procedure allows an operator to remove ONU and DS3M/DS1 facilities from service.
All service cross connects must be disconnected before removing facilities from service.
To prevent alarms, perform the removal procedure before physically disconnecting the
facilities.

Remove ONU AVM from Service


This procedure describes how to remove an ONU AVM from service. In this procedure,
the operator disables each assigned AVM port.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the Voice Port icons on the System Board.
• The 2W Analog Voice Module Configuration window is displayed.
6. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

Figure 64: Removing the AVM Port from Service

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Disable ONU DS0 Interface


This procedure describes how to disconnect DS0 facilities from the System Board or DS1
Module. Perform this procedure before physically disconnecting the facilities.
To disable an ONU DS1 Port, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the DS1 icon on the System Board or the DS1 Module to be disconnected.
• The ONU DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. Click the DS0 tab.
7. Select the DS1 that contains the desired DS0.
8. Select the DS0 to be disconnected.
9. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
10. Press Submit.
11. Save the new configuration.

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Disable ONU DS1 Interface


This procedure describes how to disconnect DS1 facilities from the System Board or DS1
Module. Perform this procedure before physically disconnecting the facilities. In this
procedure, the operator disables each assigned DS1 Port.
To disable an ONU DS1 Port, proceed as follows.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the DS1 icon on the System Board or the DS1 Module to be disconnected.
• The ONU DS1 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
6. Set the Admin State of the port to be disconnected to Disabled.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

Figure 66: Disabling the DS1 Interface

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Disable the DS3M DS0 Interface


This procedure describes how to remove a DS3M DS0 interface from service. Perform
this procedure for each DS3M DS0 interface to be removed.
A DS0 cannot be removed from service if it is cross connected to an ONU DS0. All cross
connects must be removed before continuing.
To remove a DS0 Interface from service, proceed as follows.
1. Click on the System Provisioning tab, and then click on the Active DS3M Slot in the
Chassis Configuration window.
• The DS3M Module Configuration window is displayed.
2. Click on the Port Configuration tab.
3. Click on the DS0 tab; the DS0 Interface Configuration window is displayed.
4. Select the DS3 Port/Index number in which the DS0 resides from the Port Number
drop-down list.
5. Select the corresponding checkbox(es) for the DS0(s) to be removed.
• To remove all DS0s, click the checkbox that has the DS0 # “All”.
6. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
• Disabled removes the DS0 interface from service.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

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Disable the DS3M DS1 Interface


This procedure describes how to remove a DS3M DS1 interface from service. Perform
this procedure for each DS3M DS1 interface to be removed.
A DS1 cannot be removed from service if it is cross connected to an ONU port or if any of
its DS0 channels are in service. All cross connects must be removed, and all associated
DS0 facilities disabled before continuing.
To remove a DS1 Interface from service, proceed as follows.
1. Click on the System Provisioning tab; then click on the Active DS3M Slot in the
Chassis Configuration window.
• The DS3M Module Configuration window is displayed.
2. Click on the Port Configuration tab.
3. Click on the DS1 tab.
• The DS1 Interface Configuration Window is displayed.
4. Select the DS3 Port number in which the DS1 resides from the Port Number drop-
down list.
5. Select the corresponding checkbox(es) of the DS1(s) to be removed.
• To remove all DS1s, click the checkbox which has the DS1 # “All”.
6. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
• Disabled removes the DS1 interface from service.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

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Disconnect ONU RF Video Service


This procedure provides directions for turning off ONU RF Video service. When the
configuration change is submitted, the RF Signal is turned off at the subscriber’s location.
To turn off the RF Video port, proceed as follows.
1. Click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the ONU Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window appears.
3. Select the assigned PON ID.
4. Select the assigned ONU Index.
5. Click on the RF Video tab.
• The RF Video Configuration window is displayed.
6. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
7. Press Submit.
8. Save the new configuration.

Figure 69: Disconnecting RF Video Service

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Deleting IP Video from an ONU


To remove IP Video from an ONU, proceed with the following.
1. From the System Provisioning window, click on the ONU Configuration tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
3. Then click on the Set-Top Box tab.
• The Set-Top Box window appears (Figure 54).
4. Select the appropriate interface port (if using a bizGEAR 200, select the slot number
first).
5. Select the MAC Address of the STB you wish to delete.
6. Press Delete.
• The STB will be removed.
7. Save the new configuration.
Next, you must delete the IP Video Port.
8. From the Set-Top Box window, click on the Port Configuration tab.
• The Port Configuration window appears.
9. Select the appropriate interface port (if using a bizGEAR 200, select the slot number
first).
10. Press Delete.
11. Save the new configuration.
Finally, the Ethernet Port Type must be reset from IP Video or Mixed Services to just
Data.
12. From the Port Configuration window, click on the Module Configuration tab.
• The ONU Configuration window will appear.
13. Click on the Ethernet Ports.
• The ONU Ethernet Interface Configuration window appears.
14. Set the Admin State to Disable, and press Submit.
15. Change the Port Type to Data.
16. If desired, reset the Admin State to Enable, and press Submit.
17. Repeat for each Ethernet Port provisioned for IP Video or Mixed Services.
18. Save the new configuration.

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Deleting Multicast Addresses from the IP Video VLAN

Deleting IP Video Services


Deleting Multicast Addresses from the IP Video VLAN
This procedure describes how to delete Multicast Address(es) from an IP Video VLAN.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
• The Service Configuration window is displayed.
3. Click on the Multicast Address tab.
4. Select the IP Multicast Address you want to delete.
5. Press Delete.
6. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 70: Deleting Multicast Addresses from the IP Video VLAN

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Deleting PON Port(s) for IP Video VLAN

Deleting PON Port(s) for IP Video VLAN


This procedure describes how to delete PON Port(s) from an IP Video VLAN.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
3. Click on the PON Port tab.
• The PON Port Configuration window is displayed.
4. Select the PON ID you want to delete.
5. Press Delete.
6. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 71: Deleting PON Ports from IP Video VLAN

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Deleting Network Port(s) for IP Video VLAN

Deleting Network Port(s) for IP Video VLAN


This procedure describes how to delete Network Port(s) from an IP Video VLAN.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
3. Click on the Network Port tab.
• The Network Port Configuration window is displayed.
4. Select the Network Port you want to delete.
5. Press Delete.
6. Save the new configuration.

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Figure 72: Deleting Network Ports from the IP Video VLAN

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Removing IP Video Service

Removing IP Video Service


This procedure describes how to remove IP Video services.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the IP Video tab.
• The Service Configuration window is displayed.
3. Set the Admin State to Disabled.
• This will automatically disable the IGMP Admin State as well.
4. Press Submit.
• A Delete button will appear.
5. Press the Delete button to delete the IP Video Service.
6. Save the new configuration.

Figure 73: Removing IP Video Service

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Deleting MAC Addresses

Deleting Designated Services


Deleting MAC Addresses
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
6. Click on the Device Fitler tab.
7. Select the Service ID desired.
8. Press Delete.
9. Save the new configuration.

Deleting ONU Designated Services Ports


This procedure describes how to delete Port(s) from a Designated Services VLAN.
1. From the Alloptic home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
6. Click on the Port Configuration tab.
• The ONU Port Designated Service Configuration window is displayed.
7. Select the Service ID and Port Number to be deleted.
8. Press Delete.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Deleting ONU Designated Service Units

Deleting ONU Designated Service Units


This procedure describes how to delete an ONU from Designated Services. No ports can
be in service when attempting this procedure. Delete all ports first.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on ONU Configuration.
• The ONU Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the PON ID.
4. Select the ONU Index.
5. Click on the Designated Services tab.
• The ONU Designated Service Configuration window is displayed.
6. Select the Service ID.
7. Press Delete.
8. Save the new configuration.

Deleting Global Designated Services PON Ports


This procedure describes how to delete the global Designated Services PON Ports.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the Designated Services tab.
3. Click the PON Port tab.
• The PON Port Configuration window appears.
4. Select the Service ID.
5. Select the PON ID.
6. Press Delete.
7. Save the new configuration.

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Deleting Designated Services VLANs

Deleting Designated Services VLANs


This procedure removes a specific Designated Services VLAN from service. No PON
ports can be in service when attempting this procedure. Delete all PON ports first.
This procedure frees a Designated Services Configuration record. It may now be used for
IP Video or saved until later needed.
1. From the Home window, click on the System Provisioning tab.
2. Click on the Designated Services tab.
• The Service Configuration window is displayed.
3. Select the Service ID for the VLAN you wish to delete.
4. Set the Admin State to Disable.
5. Set the VLAN to zero.
6. Set the Priority to None.
7. Set the bandwidths to zero.
8. Press Submit.
9. Save the new configuration.

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Appendix A - Glossary

IEEE specification for implementation of VLANs in


802.1Q IEEE 802.1Q Layer 2 LAN switches, with emphasis on Ethernet.
Prioritization of traffic is accomplished through an
additional 4 bytes of data in the frame header.

AGC Automatic Gain Control


APC Adaptive Predictive Coding A narrowband analog-to-digital conversion technique.

Very high speed transmission technology. High


ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode bandwidth, low-delay, connection-oriented, packet-like
switching and multi-plexing technique

AVM Audio Voice Module The four POTS ports on the home ONUs.

AWG American Wire Gauge US standard for measuring the diameter of conductive
wire. The higher the AWG, the thinner the wire.

A single building master timing supply. In North


BITS Building Integrated Timing System America, BITS are the clocks that provide and
distribute timing to a network’s lower levels.

BGPx Border Gateway Protocol, level x A Gateway protocol that routers employ in order to
exchange appropriate levels of information.

BNC Bayonet Neil-Concelman A bayonet locking connector for slim coaxial cables,
like those used with Ethernet.

BTU/hr Basic Transmission Unit/per hour

CATV Cable Television A broadband transmission facility.

A data service where the bits are conveyed regularly in


CBR Committed (Constant) Bit Rate time and at a constant rate, carefully timed between
source (transmitter) and sink (receiver). Examples
include uncompressed voice and video traffic.

A below ground room that houses electronic and.or


CEV Controlled Environment Vault optical equipment under controlled temperature and
humidity.

CNR Carrier to Noise Ratio

CO Central Office In North America, a CO is that location which houses a


switch to serve local subscribers.

CPE Customer Premises Equipment Equipment that resides on the customer’s premises.

A concept that categorizes local loops by length, gauge


CSA Carrier Serving Area and subscriber distribution to determine how a specific
geographic area can best be served.

DS0 Digital Signal Level Zero A voice-grade channel of 64 Kbps.

DS1 Digital Signal Level One 1.544 Mbps in North America (T1), and 2.048 Mbps in
Europe (E1).

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In North America and Japan, DS3 is the equivalent of
28 T1 channels, operating at a total signaling rate of
44.736 Mbps. In a channelized application, DS3
DS3 Digital Signal Level Three supports 672 channels, each of 64Kbps.
In Europe, DS3 is the equivalent of 16 E1 circuits and
overhead. The effective data rate is 34.368Mbps or 512
channels.

A synchronous system developed by the International


DSC Digital Selecting Calling Radio Consultative Committee, used to establish
contact with a station or group of stations automatically
by radio.

DiffServ. A set of technologies proposed by the Internet


Engineering Task Force that would allow Internet and
other IP-based network service providers to offer
differentiated levels of service to individual customers
DSCP Differentiated Services and their information streams. On the basis of a
DiffServ CodePoint (DSCP) marker in the header of
each IP packet, the network routers would apply
differentiated grades of service to various packet
streams.

In the RS-232-C standard, the RS-232-C is connected


DTE Data Terminal Equipment between the DCE (Data Communications Equipment)
and a DTE. The main difference between a DCE and a
DTE is that pins two and three are reversed.

DUZO A class code for the Communication Service


Equipment Requirements.

A means of increasing capacity if fiber-optic data


WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing transmission systems through the multiplexing of
multiple wavelengths of light.

E1 European version of T1 A digital transmission link with a total signaling speed of


2.048 Mbps.

AN optical repeater device used to boost the intensity


EDFA Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier of optical signals being carried through a fiber optic
communications system.

A complete solution for convergence of residential and


EPON Ethernet Passive Optical Network business services providing connectivity through a
single fiber.

The Federal organization in Washington DC set up by


FCC Federal Communications the Communications Act of 1934. It has the authority to
Commission regulate all interstate (but not intrastate)
communications originating in the United States.

FTTB fiber-to-the-business Optical fiber from the carrier network terminates at a


business.

FTTC fiber-to-the-curb Optical fiber from the carrier network terminates at a


curb.

FTTH fiber-to-the-home Optical fiber from the carrier network terminates at


home.

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Telcordia’s GR303 family of requirements specifies a
set of generic criteria that creates an Integrated Access
GR303 System, supporting multiple distribution technologies
and architectures, and a wide range of services on a
single access platform.

GUI graphical user interface Generic name for any computer interface that
substitutes graphics for text.

HDT Host Digital Terminal The device that converts the CMTS Telephone to a
GR303 conditioned DS1.

HDTV offers approximately twice the vertical and


horizontal resolution of current NTSC analog television
HDTV High Definition Television broadcasting, which is a picture quality approaching 35
mm film. It will also support sound quality approaching
that of a CD.

HFC Hybrid Fiber Coax An outside plant distribution cabling concept employing
both fiber optic and coaxial cable.

HTTP Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol The protocol used by the web server and the client
browser to communicate.

IAD Integrated Access Device A device which supports voice, data, and video
information streams over a single, high capacity circuit.

IEEE Institute of Electrical and Standards-making group.


Electronics Engineers

A protocol used by IP hosts and gateways to report


IGMP Internet Group Management their multicast group memberships. When used in
Protocol concert with a multicast protocol, the IP-based network
can support multicasting.

The Internet Protocol describes software that keeps


IP Internet Protocol track of the Internet’s addresses for different nodes,
routes outgoing messages, and recognizes incoming
messages.

ISDN Integrate Services Digital Network. Provides a standard for voice and data signaling.

ISP Internet service provider A vendor who provides access for customers to the
Internet and the World Wide Web.

A communications network connecting personal


LAN local area network computers, workstations, printers, file servers and other
devices inside a building or campus. Devices on a LAN
can communicate with each other.

In the Open Standards Interconnection Model, this is


the Data Link Layer. It is concerned with procedures
Layer 2 and protocols for operating the communications lines. It
also has a way of detecting and correcting message
errors.

In the Open Standards Interconnection Model, this is


Layer 3 the network layer. It determines how data is transferred
between computers. It also addresses routing within
and between individual networks.

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LED light emitting diode A diode that emits light when a current is passed
through it.

Loss The maximum amount of signal degradation a data


Budget Loss Budget communications network can withstand before it
becomes susceptible to errors and/or loss of data.

MAC media access control address a 48-bit number unique to each LAN NIC.
Address

A high-speed data intra-city network that links multiple


locations within a campus, city, or service area. It
MAN Metropolitan Area Network typically extends as far as 50Km, operates at speeds
from 1 Mb/s to 200Mb/s and provides an integrated set
of services for real-time data, voice, and image
transmission.

MDU Multiple Dwelling Unit Buildings with multiple apartments

A building or group of buildings that house multiple sets


MDU/ Multiple Dwelling Unit/Multi Tenant of businesses. This could be an office building, office
MTU Unit park or corporate campus, medical facility, hotel or
college dormitory. The tenants may be business,
residence or a mix of both.

A protocol designed to bridge between circuit-based


public switched telephone networks (PSTN) and
emerging Internet Protocol (IP) technology based
networks. The Media Gateway Control Protocol
(MGCP) specification represents a combination of the
Internet Protocol Device Control specification and the
MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol Simple Gateway Control Protocol. MGCP enables
external control and management of data
communications equipment operating at the edge of
emerging multi-service packet networks, known as
media gateways. Examples of media gateway devices
include voice over IP, set top boxes and circuit cross
connects.

MTU Maximum Transmission Unit The largest possible unit of data that can be sent on a
given physical medium.

MIB Management Information Base Database of network performance information stored


on a network agent.

An international standards organization group


MPEG Motion Picture Experts Group responsible for the standardization of coded
representations of video and audio signals.

Network Equipment Building NEBS defines a set if performance, quality,


NEBS Standards environmental and safety requirements developed by
Bellcore.

NIC network interface card The device that connects a device to a LAN.

The NIM ports provide a means to introduce additional


NIM Network Interface Module bandwidth into the Alloptic® EPON network for general
use or as unique interfaces for extended services, such
as gateways for multiple Internet providers.

OA&M operations, administration, and Refers to the specifics of managing a system or


maintenance network.

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OC-3 Optical Carrier Level 3 A SONET channel equal to three DS3s which is equal
to 155.52 Mbps.

OC-12 Optical Carrier Level 12 SONET channel of 622.08 Mbps.

Ohm Unit of electrical resistance.

The OLT module forwards packets from the ONU


toward the SCM and/or NIM without filtering or
OLT Optical Line Termination Module prioritization. It controls and manages the PON time
slots and the encryption for each ONU and monitors
the state of all ONUs on the PON. The OLT also
provides system access to the Optical Network Units.

ONU optical network unit A type of access node that converts optical signals to
electrical signals and vice-versa.

The part of the Local Exchange Carrier telephone


OSP Outside Plant network that is physically located outside of telephone
company buildings.

A link state routing algorithm that is used to calculate


OSPF Open Shortest Path First routes based on the number of routers, transmission
speed, delays and route cost.

A test and measurement device often used to check


OTDR Optical Time Domain Relectometer the accuracy of fusion splices and the location of fiber
optic breakers.

PBX Private Branch Exchange A PBX is a small version of the phone company’s larger
central switching office.

PC personal computer A computer for one person’s use.

Fiber optic network without active electronics, such as


PON Passive Optical Network repeaters, a PON uses passive splitters to deliver
signals to multiple terminal devices.

The OLT PON ports are driven by a 1 Gigabit single


Passive Optical Network mode Passive Optical Network Transceiver or
Ponter Transceiver PONTER. This bandwidth is shown in the GigaForce™
Bandwidth Manager as 1000Mbs Upstream and
Downstream.

Basic service supplying standard single line


POTS plain old telephone service telephones, telephone lines and access to the public
switched network.

PPM Pulse Position Modulation Method of light transmission encoding commonly used
in infrared and wireless LAN applications.

PPV Pay Per View

PRI primary rate interface The ISDN equivalent of a T1/E1 circuit.

PSTN refers to the local, long distance, and


PSTN Public Switched Telephone international phone system. In the USA, this refers to
Network the entire interconnected collection of local, long
distance and international phone companies.

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A permanent association between two DTEs
established by configuration. Once defined and
PVC Private Virtual Circuits programmed by the carrier into the network routing
logic, all data transmitted between any two points
across the network follows a predetermined physical
path, making use of a Virtual Circuit.

PVR Personal Video Recorder

Taking an 802.1Q tagged frame and adding a second


internal tag to it before the frame is forwarded. The
second tag allows any tagged frame coming into
Q in Q Double Tagging or VLAN Stacking Alloptic’s system to be transported across the internal
tagged VLAN, which allows Alloptic to transport
customer’s tagged packets without changing their
VLAN IDs.

QRSS quasi-random signal source Signals used for testing DS1 circuits.

Part of the FCC (Federal Communications


Commission) certification number approving a
REN Ringer Equivalence Number telephone terminal product for direct sale to the end
user as not doing harm to the network. The REN
consists of a number and a letter that indicates the
frequency response of that telephone’s ringer.

RF radio frequency Electromagnetic waves operating between 10 kHz and


3MHz propagated without wire or cable.

Based on distance-vector algorithms that measure the


shortest path between two points on a network, based
RIP Routing Information Protocol on the addresses of the originating and destination
devices. The shortest path is determined by the
number of "hops" between those points.

A two-digit number that identifies certain capabilities of


SCM Station Class Mark our cellular phone. How the cellular network handles
your call is based on these digits.

SFU Single Family Units

An agreement between a user and a service provider,


defining the nature of the service provided and
establishing a set of metrics to be used to measure the
SLA Service Level Agreement level of service provided against the agreed level of
service. Such SLAs might include provisioning,
average availability, restoration times for outages, etc.
They also typically include trouble-reporting
procedures, escalation procedures, penalties, etc.

SNMP Simple Network Management Standard method for interfacing with a network that
Protocol supports MIB.

Inactivation of links between networks so that


Spanning Tree Protocol information packets are channeled along one route and
will not search endlessly for a destination.

T1 Trunk Level 1 A digital transmission link with a total signaling speed of


1.544 Mbps.

TAC Technical Assistance Center

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Technique for transmitting a number of separate data,
TDM Time Division Multiplex voice and/or video signals simultaneously over one
communication medium by interleaving a piece of each
signal one after the other.

Used to separate multiple conversation transmissions


TDMA Time Division Multiplex Access over a finite frequency allocation of through-the-air
bandwidth.

Tmra The Manufacturer Rated Ambient A UL requirement for Communication Service


Equipment.

The header of an IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4).


The version contains an eight-bit TOS field. That field
TOS Type of Service can be used to identify to the various packet switches
and routers in an IP-based network those packets
which would like preferential treatment on a Class of
Service basis.

UBR is an ATM service category that does not specify


traffic related service guarantees. Specifically, UBR
does not include the notion of a per-connection
UBR Unspecified (or Undefined) Bit Rate negotiated bandwidth. No numerical commitments are
made with respect to the cell loss ratio experienced by
a UBR connection or as to the cell transfer delay
experienced by cells on the connection.

Usually includes an inverter, drawing its power from


UPS Uninterruptable Power Supply batteries, which generates an extremely "well behaved"
AC power signal for a PBX or other equipment.

UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair A transmission medium consisting of a pair of copper


conductors which are electrically balanced.

A standard approved by the European


Telecommunications Standards Institute in 1997 for the
V5.x V5 interface between the access network and the carrier
switch for basic telephony, ISDN and semi-permanent
leased lines. The V5 standard effectively provides for
open access to both wired and wireless networks.

VAC Volts, Alternating Current

A telecommunications service in which the bit rate is


VBR Variable Bit Rate allowed to vary within defined limits. Instead of a fixed
rate, the service bit rate is specified by statistically
expressed parameters.

VDC Volts, Direct Current

VID VLAN ID A unique VLAN identification assigned to every data


user.

A means by which LAN users on different physical LAN


segments are afforded priority access privileges across
the LAN backbone in order that they appear to be on
VLAN Virtual Local Area Network the same physical segment of an enterprise-level
logical LAN. VLAN solutions are implemented in LAN
switches, and VLAN membership is defined by the LAN
administrator on the basis of either port address or
MAC address.

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A service where a subscriber can watch any video
VOD Video on Demand program at any time, with pause, resume, forward and
possibly rewind control.

A technology used to transmit voice conversations over


VOIP Voice over IP a data network using the Internet Protocol. Such data
network may be the Internet or a corporate Intranet.

VSP Video Service Provider A vendor who provides access for customers to video
services.

WAN Wide Area Network A computer and voice network that is bigger than a city
or a particular metropolitan area.

Method that allows two signals to be transmitted


WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing concurrently along the same optical fiber using different
wavelengths.

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Appendix B - Alarm Codes
Alarm Code Grouping

Chassis alarms/events (2001 – 2999)


System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2001 – 2099)
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2101 – 2199)
Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2201 – 2299)
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2301 – 2399)
IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2401 – 2499)
System User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2501 – 2599)
Fault Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2601 – 2699)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2701 – 2749)
Config. Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2751 – 2799)

SCM alarms/events (3001 – 3999)


Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3001 – 3099)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3101 – 3149)
Config. Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3151 – 3199)
Port Configuration
Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3201 – 3299)

OLT alarms/events (4001 – 4999)


Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4001 – 4099)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4101 – 4149)

PON alarms/events (5001 – 5999)


Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5001 – 5099)
IP Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5100 – 5199)

DS3M alarms/event (6001 – 6999)


Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6001 – 6099)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6101 – 6149)
Config. Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6151 – 6199)
Port Configuration

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DS3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6201 – 6299)
DS1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6301 – 6399)
DS0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6401 – 6499)
TDM Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6501 – 6599)

NIM alarms/events(7001 – 7999)


Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7001 – 7199)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7101 – 7199)
Port Configuration
Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7201 – 7299)

ONU alarms/events (8001 – 8999)


Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8001 – 8099)
File Services
Software Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8101 – 8199)
Port Configuration
DS1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8201 – 8299)
DS0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8301 – 8399)
Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8401 – 8499)
RF Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8501 – 8599)
TDM Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8601 – 8699)
Bandwidth Allocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8701 – 8799)
Cross-Connect Allocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8801 – 8899)
IP Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8901 – 8999)

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