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TransAccess 200

Quick Start Guide


Congratulations on your purchase of the
TransAccess 200. This Quick Start
Guide describes the steps necessary to
unpack, install, and initialize your new
equipment. It is strongly recommended
that you read this entire document before
proceeding.

This document is supplemental to the full


Operations Manual for the TransAccess 200.

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Step 1

Unpack & Mount the TransAccess 200

Carefully Contents of the box may vary


remove depending on options ordered.
all items from
Inventory all items against the
the box.
packing list.

Equip the The shelf mounting ears may already be attached.


shelf
mounting For the offset mounting option reverse the ears per Section 2.2 of the Operations
Manual.
ears.

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Attach the Match the holes in the mounting ears to


shelf to the tapped holes in the relay rack.
the rack.
Be sure to mount the equipment so that it
matches the mounting space boundaries
on the rack. All 4 holes must line up.

Use #12-24 screws.

Install the air Install air baffles if


baffle(s) airflow would
(Optional). otherwise be
restricted.

The baffle mounting


ears may already be attached.

For offset mounting reverse the ears.

The tray of the baffle must be slanted up towards the rear.

Match the holes in the air baffle with the tapped holes in the relay rack directly
below the installed shelf.

Use #12-24 screws.

Note: An air baffle may not be required if there is appropriate vent space.

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Install the Note that the TransAccess 200 may be


Redundancy shipped with two or more Redundancy
Interface Interface Modules (RIMs) already
installed.
Module(s)
(RIMs).
Install RIMs in the appropriate slots on
the back of the TransAccess 200 shelf.
One OUT RIM and one IN RIM are
required per Service Module pair. Note
the keying feature.

Firmly insert the RIM into the shelf until it is fully engaged. Secure each RIM with
the screws provided.

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Step 2

Install Office Wiring

Connect Office Connect "A" and/or "B" -48V to J33 on the


Battery. rear of the TransAccess 200 shelf. (Refer to
Section 2.5 in the Operations Manual for pin
outs.

Connect corresponding ground connections to


J33 also.

Use up to 12 gauge wire (14 gauge


recommended).

Do not turn the power on.

Connect Office Connect Minor and Major alarms to J32 on the


Alarms. rear of the TransAccess 200 shelf.

Use up to 18 gauge wire.

Common, Normally-open, and Normally-


closed contacts are provided.

See Section 2.5 of the Operations Manual for


more details.

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Connect Connect T1/E1 connections using


PM13/PM13E Turin Networks PM13/PM13E
Module facilities IN/OUT cables (part number 815-
00064-XXX).
to the RIMs.
Connect T3/STS-1/AU3 connections
using Turin Networks coax cable
assembly (part number 815-00033-
XXX).

Connect OMX3 Connect T3/STS1/AU3


Module to connections using Turin
facilities or Networks Coax Cable
assembly (part number
PM13/PM13E.
815-00082-XXX).

Note: Installing a
Terminal RIM Set (part
numbers 820-00082-001, 810-00072-001/002, 810-00073-001) eliminates the need
for external coaxial cable connections to the PM13/PM13E Modules.

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Step 3

Install Modules

Install MPU Install one or two (for redundancy


Modules. operation) MPU Modules into the left-
most slots of the TransAccess 200 shelf.

Each module must fully engage with the


connector in the backplane. Tighten the
thumbscrew on the front of the MPU
Module.

Note: Modules may be pre-installed in the


TransAccess 200 at the factory.

Install Service Install up to 14 Service Modules into the


Modules. slots adjacent to the MPU Modules.

The Service Modules must be installed in


the appropriate slots to match the
Redundancy Interface Modules
configurations at the rear.

Each module must fully engage with the


connector in the backplane. Tighten the
thumbscrew on the front of each module.

Note: Modules may be pre-installed in the TransAccess 200 shelf at the factory.

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Connect two optical cables


Connect
to each OMX3 Module.
Optical Be very gentle when
Cables sliding in the connectors.

Note: Eye Protection is


recommended in areas
near fiber optic equipment.
To avoid possible eye damage, connect the fiber cables to the OMX3 modules prior
to inserting them into the shelf. Do not remove optical cables while the OMX3
module is plugged into the shelf.

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Step 4

Power-up & Initialize the shelf

A
Power-up the Turn on "A" and/or "B" Battery by
TransAccess throwing the appropriate switch or
200 shelf. inserting the appropriate fuse at the
Distribution Fuse Panel.

After the MPU status LED turns RTN


green, momentarily (less than 1
second) press the Lamp Test button on
either MPU Module. The LED on
each module in the shelf should illuminate.

Connect the Connect the User Interface


User Interface Device (UID) (customer-
Device (UID). supplied PC or Terminal) to the
User System Interface (USI) port
on the MPU Module.

Note: the UID may be connected


to either MPU Module.

Use Turin Networks cable 815-


00011-XXX.

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Launch the Start a VT100 terminal program.


terminal (Settings are VT100 emulation,
program on Data Bits = 8, Parity = none, Stop
Bit = 1, Flow Control = none, Baud
the UID.
Rate = 1200 up to 115,200)

Press "Enter" twice to initiate


communications with the
TransAccess 200.

Enter the password at the Login prompt (default is "admin" to login).

"Discover" Select "System" at the top-level


the node menu.
configuration.
Select "Discover" in the drop-down
menu.

Type "y" to confirm your choice


and press "Enter".

Set the IP Select "MPU" at the top-level


Address and menu.
.
gateway for
Select "IP/SNMP Config" in the
Telnet/SNMP drop-down menu.
Operation
Move the cursor to the IP and
Gateway locations and enter the
address. ^S to save.

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Configure From the Main Menu, select "Service Module", then "PM13/PM13E" or "OMX3".
the. module
options. Under "PM13/PM13E" for example, select "Configuration" and "Line".

Configure the "Line" settings as required. Change the default template to alter the
default configuration.

Press the "Tab" key to


switch to the Drop
configuration.

An LBO setting of "0" takes a T1 out of service. All 28 T1's are disabled by default.

Note: Default
configuration settings are
loaded when the
TransAccess 200 is
initially powered up. You
only need to change those
configuration parameters
that will not remain at the
default settings.

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Verify integrity Connect appropriate test set(s) to the OC3/STM-1,


of the circuits. T3/STS-1/AU3, and T1/E1 facilities connections.

Verify error-free transmission through each


TransAccess 200 service module.

If errors occur, check the configuration


(especially LBO settings) and retest.

Turin Networks Inc.


1415 N. McDowell Blvd
Petaluma, CA 94954
Phone: (707) 665-4400
Fax: (707) 792-4949
www.turinnetworks.com

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