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OmniAccess ESR 5800


Hardware Users Guide

This user guide is comprised of multiple individual OA-ESR 5800 hardware installation
guides.

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OA58XX ROUTER
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm693-I Ver. 4.0
August, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
When should this manual be read? .......................................................................................................... 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
What is not in this manual? ...................................................................................................................... 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 2
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
OA 58XX Routers ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Characteristics ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Power supply ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Hardware Monitoring............................................................................................................................ 4
Components and Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 5
Components .............................................................................................................................................. 6
Front Panel ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................................. 9
Top Panel .............................................................................................................................................10
Side Panel ............................................................................................................................................10
Expansion Slots........................................................................................................................................11
SLOT 1- Expansion Slot ........................................................................................................................11
SLOT 2 - Expansion Slot .......................................................................................................................15
SLOT 3 – Expansion Slot ......................................................................................................................19
Installation in a rack ................................................................................................................................22
Power Source ..........................................................................................................................................23
Internal Power Source .........................................................................................................................23
PoE Source...........................................................................................................................................24
Microswitches .........................................................................................................................................27
Procedure to ignore the configuration ...............................................................................................28
Data Connection......................................................................................................................................30
8-port Ethernet Switch ........................................................................................................................30
GE0/GE1Connections ..........................................................................................................................30
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Connecting a USB 3G device (USB connector) ....................................................................................31
Connecting for Configuration ..............................................................................................................31
Connecting the Wireless WAN Antenna .............................................................................................31
Connecting the Wireless LAN Antenna ...............................................................................................33
Installing the SIM card.................................................................................................................................34
Procedure to install the internal SIM ..................................................................................................34
Optional Storage .....................................................................................................................................36
Procedure to install a hard disk...........................................................................................................36
Procedure to install a flash memory expansion USB ..........................................................................37
Appendix A ..................................................................................................................................................39
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................39
Updating the software ............................................................................................................................40
Connecting to the device ........................................................................................................................40
Connecting using the local console (Conf connector) .........................................................................40
Connectors ..............................................................................................................................................41
LAN (GE x) Connector ..........................................................................................................................41
WWAN Connectors .............................................................................................................................42
WLAN Connectors ...............................................................................................................................42
Configuration Connector .....................................................................................................................42
Technical Specifications ..........................................................................................................................43
Hardware Architecture........................................................................................................................43
LAN Interface* .....................................................................................................................................43
Wireless WAN Interface ......................................................................................................................43
Wireless LAN Interface* ......................................................................................................................43
Configuration Interface .......................................................................................................................44
Power Supply.......................................................................................................................................44
Dimensions and weight .......................................................................................................................44
Environmental Specifications ..............................................................................................................44
Appendix B: Regulatory compliance and safety information .....................................................................45
Recycling and the Environment ..............................................................................................................45
Translated Safety Warnings ....................................................................................................................46

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide for the OA 58XX router family and contains information in order to
correctly install this device in a working environment.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the OA 58XX router family.

Who should read this manual?

This manual should be read by the support personnel who need to install, configure, maintain
and monitor the device.

When should this manual be read?

Read this guide as soon as you are ready to familiarize yourself with the device and its
components.
This manual will help you understand your new device in greater depth.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the available features in the OA 58XX family.


• Technical specifications.
• Power supply requirements.
• Description of the device LEDs and the connectors.
• Troubleshooting.

What is not in this manual?

This does not contain information relative to the device software nor does it contain information
on the configuration. For information on configuring this device, please see the relevant
manuals for the different protocols, which can be found in the following website:
http://enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com/UserGuides.

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How is the information organized?

Each chapter focuses on a specific part of the hardware and its components. All descriptive,
technical specifications and information on a component can be found in the chapter dedicated to
that component.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm 748-I Software Updating.

ALU-Dm 781-I Cellular Interface.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the appropriate
features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the specifications of this
manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as information
guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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OA 58XX Routers
The OA 58XX router family consists of the following devices:
• OmniAccess 5840
OA5840 ESR modular chassis base model has 2 x GigE WAN, 8 x GigE LAN, 1 x DSL slot, 1 x
AIC slot. HW ready for 802.11bgn (activated by license). Use external WWAN enabler for
LTE/3G backup interfaces. See SW licenses available. See part number suffix for power cord
plug type.
• OmniAccess 5850
OA5850 ESR modular chassis base model has 2 x GigE WAN, 8 x GigE LAN, 1 DSL slot, 2 x
AIC slots. HW ready for 802.11bgn (act by license). Use external WWAN enabler for LTE/3G
backup interfaces. See SW licenses available. See part number suffix for power cord plug type.

• OmniAccess 5850D
OA5850 ESR modular chassis with 250 GB HD memory storage for applications. See base
model for ports. HW ready for 802.11bgn (act by license). Use external WWAN enabler for
LTE/3G backup interfaces. See SW licenses available. See part number suffix for power cord
plug type.

Characteristics

The OA 58XX routers are modular devices that combine router and switch functions in a single
device. These have been designed for the professional segment and emphasis security among
their advanced features. The OA 58XX routers incorporate encryption hardware and wireless
possibilities both in the LAN as well as the LAN and consequently have internal slots for
802.11/b/g/n connectivity and for 3G/4G connectivity respectively.

The OA 58XX executes the ALU ESR-OS, which runs over all our router families and is
characterized by a wide variety of functionalities they support and especially orientated to satisfy
the access requirements to corporate data networks. Some of the outstanding features available
with ESR-OS are the management capacity, the possibility to implement Quality of Service
mechanisms, both at the link layer as well as at the network layer, security mechanisms and the
possibility to create Virtual Private Networks through IPSec or L2TP as well as an extensive
range of protocols and IP routing functionalities.

The OA 58XX router family can be expanded by using a PMC card which means you can
increase the range of interfaces in the device.
This manual shows you how to install and connect these devices.

Power supply

For further information on the different power supplies in the OA 58XX router family, please see
the chapter on “Components and power supplies”, in the section on “Power Supply”.

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Hardware Monitoring

The only way to monitor the OA 58XX router family hardware is through the LEDs on the front
panel. The LEDs provide visual information on what is happening in the device. These indicate
the state of the hardware components, if there is connectivity, data flow, etc.

For further information on the LEDs panel, please see the section on “Components” in the
following chapter.

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Components and Power Supply
The following chapter provides detailed information on the chassis of the OA 58XX router
family and its components. This information includes:

• Components.

• Expansion modules.

• Information on assembly.

• Power supply.

• Microswitches.

• Data connection.

• SIM card installation.

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Components

Front Panel

The following figure shows the front panel.

E F
A C D

FIGURE 1. FRONT PANEL

The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A Conf. RJ45 Connector, which provides access to the device’s local console for
configuration and monitoring purposes.

B USB. Slot to take a USB device.

C GE0/GE1. GigaEthernet Interfaces.

D PoE. Connector for power supply through Ethernet (Power over Ethernet).

E 8-port Switch Ethernet.

F SLOT 1. Expansion slot for 8-port Switch Ethernet expansion boards or PMC-
PCI cards. For further information, please see the section on "SLOT 1 –
Expansion slot - SLOT 1" in this chapter.

T ABLE 1. FRONT PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

In addition to the connections, you can see a set of luminous indicators, or LEDs, on the front
panel that provide information on what is happening in the router.

The LEDs on the front panel of the router are shown in the following figure:

FIGURE 2. FRONT PANEL LEDS

Below we have a description on each of the LEDs:


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LED Description State

On Power-on indicator. It lights up when connected to the power.

USB Shows the state of the device Off → Device not connected, not detected or
connected to the incompatible device.
USB connector
Green → Compatible device detected.

HD Indicates the activity on the Off → Hard disk is not connected or is inactive.
internal Hard
Disk. Green→ There is activity on the hard disk if flashing.

3G Shows the cellular interface Off → Interface not available or not installed (not
status (3G) supported).

Red→ Interface not established, no data connection.

Amber→ Connecting.

Green→ Communications established. Flashes


depending on the activity

WiFi Shows the state of the Off → Interface not available or not installed (not
WLAN interface. supported).

Red → Interface not established, no data connection.

Yellow → Connecting.

Green→ Communications established. Flashes


depending on the activity

SLOT Depends on the card installed Off → Interface not available or not installed (not
in the PCI slot. supported).

Red → Interface not established, no data connection.

Yellow → Connecting.

Green → Communications established.

xDSL Shows the status of the xDSL Off → Interface not available or not installed (not
interface. supported).

Red → Interface not established, no data connection.

Yellow → Connecting.

Green → Communications established.

T ABLE 2. FRONT PANEL LEDS TABLE

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In addition to the LEDs described in the above table, the front panel also has the LEDs for the
Gigabit and Switch Ethernet interfaces.

FIGURE 3. GIGABIT ETHERNET INTERFACE LEDS

Below you will see the details for the LEDs associated to the Gigabit Ethernet interfaces:

LED Description State

Orange Ethernet connection speed Off → Link has not been detected

Orange →
10Mbps: Flashes once
100 Mbps: Flashes twice
1000Mbps: Flashes three times
Green Ethernet (link) connection Off → Link has not been detected
established
Green→ Flashes depending on the activity.

T ABLE 3. GIGABIT ETHERNET INTERFACE LEDS TABLE

FIGURE 4. S WITCH ETHERNET INTERFACE LEDS

Below you will see the details for the LEDs associated to the Switch Ethernet interface:

LED Description Estado

Orange Ethernet connection speed Off → Link has not been detected

Orange → 10Mbps: Flashes depending on the activity.

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Green Ethernet (link) connection Off → Link has not been detected
established
Green → 100Mbps: Flashes depending on the activity.

T ABLE 4. SWITCH ETHERNET INTERFACE LEDS TABLE

Rear Panel

The following figure shows the rear panel.


A C E F

B D G H

FIGURE 5. REAR PANEL

The rear panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A WWAN Diversity. Auxiliary antenna for the OA 58XX cellular module. This
module is optional; therefore it’s possible that your device doesn’t have any
antennas.

B SLOT 2. Expansion slot for PMC-PCI cards. For further information, please
see the section on "SLOT 2 - Expansion Slots" in this chapter.

C WWAN Diversity. Auxiliary WiFi antenna for the Wireless LAN module.
This module is optional; therefore it’s possible that your device doesn’t have
any antennas.

D SLOT 3. Expansion slot for xDSL cards. For further information, please see
the section on "SLOT 3 - Expansion Slots" in this chapter.

E WWAN Main. Main antenna for the OA 58XX cellular module. This module
is optional; therefore it’s possible that your device doesn’t have any antennas..

F WWAN Main. Auxiliary WiFi antenna for the Wireless LAN module. This
module is optional; therefore it’s possible that your device doesn’t have any
antennas.

G ON/OFF switch.

H Power cable connection.

T ABLE 5. REAR PANEL CONNECTORS TABLE

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Top Panel

The following figure shows the top panel.

FIGURE 6. T OP PANEL

The top panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A Flap that provides access to install the expansion cards.

T ABLE 6. T OP PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE


Side Panel

The following figure shows the side panel.

C C
C
FIGURE 7. S IDE PANEL

The side panel elements are as follows:


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Item Description

A Slots for the screws to assemble this in rack.

B Securing screws for the flap on the top panel.

C Securing screws for the top panel

T ABLE 7. SIDE PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

Expansion Slots

The OA 58XX has three expansion slots (SLOT 1, SLOT 2 and SLOT 3), that permit you to
increase its features and interfaces by inserting different cards or boards.

SLOT 1- Expansion Slot

SLOT 1 is located on the right hand side of the device’s "Front Panel". In this case, we insert an
eight-port Switch expansion card.
A A

FIGURE 8. SLOT 1 E XPANSION S LOT

Item Description

A Screws to hold the cover of the expansion module in SLOT 1.

B 8-port Switch Ethernet expansion module

T ABLE 8. SLOT 1 EXPANSION SLOT ELEMENTS TABLE

In order to correctly insert the card, please follow the steps given below:
1. Switch off the device and remove the cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. Please see Figure 9.

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FIGURE 9. REMOVE THE FLAP’S SCREWS FROM THE TOP PANEL

4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place.

FIGURE 10. T OP PANEL WITHOUT FLAP

5. Find the place where the expansion board needs to be located. Look for the lateral
connector of the card connection and the card standoff posts to the chassis.

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LATERAL
CONNECTOR

FIGURE 11. L OCATION OF THE LATERAL CONNECTOR FOR SLOT 1 EXPANSION MODULE

6. With the help of a screwdriver, remove the cover covering the expansion slot. This cover
is located on the front panel. Please see Figure 12

FIGURE 12. REMOVE THE COVER FROM THE SLOT 1 EXPANSION SLOT

7. Introduce the expansion board and connect it. This operation must be carefully carried
out without forcing any piece or part of the device.

8. Screw in the board. Firmly tighten the screws without damaging the board.

9. Replace the expansion slot cover and screw it down. Please see Figure 13.

FIGURE 13. REPLACE THE COVER ON THE SLOT 1 EXPANSION SLOT

10. Replace the top panel flap and screw it into place using the screws. Please see Figure 14

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FIGURE 14. REPLACE THE SCREWS ON THE TOP PANEL FLAP

11. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier
12. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the expansion board.

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FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Mar 6 2013 17:59:56 L1


Current date: Mar 27 2013, Wednesday Current time: 12:56:57

System Info:
PCB:0x128 GPPORCR:0x00280000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs(KHz): CCB=393216 CPU0=786432 CPU1=786432 DDR(clk)=327680 LBUS=49152
Watchdog: Enabled
MMU Mode: Dynamic
ICache: ON; DCache: ON Write-Back; L2Cache: ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(16) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host
(Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 23


Current software license: 28 60
S/N: 754/00111
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-2c
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SLOT 2 - Expansion Slot

SLOT 2 is located on the left hand side of the device’s "Rear Panel". In this case, we insert a
PMC (PCI mezzanine card) in the SLOT.

A A
FIGURE 15. SLOT 2 E XPANSION S LOT

Item Description

A Screws to hold the cover of the expansion module in SLOT 2.

B PMC-PCI expansion module.

T ABLE 9. SLOT 2 EXPANSION SLOT ELEMENTS TABLE

In order to correctly insert the card, please follow the steps given below:
1. Switch off the device and remove the cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. Please see Figure 9.

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4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place

5. Find the place where the expansion board needs to be located. This slot has a set of
elevated connectors with gold contacts and a pair of standoffs.

FIGURE 16. PMC E XPANSION BOARD : L OCATION

6. With the help of a screwdriver, remove the cover covering the expansion slot. This cover
is located on the rear panel. Push this out.

FIGURE 17. REMOVING THE COVER OF THE SLOT 2 EXPANSION SLOT


7. Place PMC board standoff posts over the securing screws. Secure these firmly.

8. Place the PMC card in the slot so that this firstly adjusts to the space on the device rear
panel and subsequently to the two PMC connections. This operation must be carefully
carried out without forcing any piece or part of the device. Check that the board is
clearly settled over the PMC connectors. Please see Figure 18.

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MEZZANINE CONNECTOR

FIGURE 18. I NSERTING THE PMC EXPANSION CARD

9. Screw the PMC board to the standoff posts. For this use two screws with their
corresponding washers. Firmly tighten the screws without damaging the board.

FIGURE 19. S CREWING DOWN THE PMC EXPANSION CARD

10. Replace the expansion slot cover and screw it down

FIGURE 20. REPLACE THE SLOT 2 EXPANSION SLOT COVER

11. Replace the top panel flap and screw it into place using the screws. Please see Figure 14.

12. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier.

13. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the PMC board:

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System Info:
PCB:0x128 GPPORCR:0x00280000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs(KHz): CCB=393216 CPU0=786432 CPU1=786432 DDR(clk)=327680 LBUS=49152
Watchdog: Enabled
MMU Mode: Dynamic
ICache: ON; DCache: ON Write-Back; L2Cache: ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host
(Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 23


Current software license: 28 60
S/N: 754/00111
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-2c
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SLOT 3 – Expansion Slot

SLOT 3is located in the center of the device’s "Rear Panel". In this case, we insert an xDSL
expansion board in this SLOT.
A A
B

FIGURE 21. XDSL EXPANSION CARD MODULE

Item Description

A Screws to hold the cover of the expansion module in SLOT 3.

B xDSL expansion module.

T ABLE 10. SLOT 3 E XPANSION SLOT ELEMENTS TABLE

In order to correctly insert the card, please follow the steps given below:
1. Switch off the device and remove the cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. Please see Figure 9.

4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place.

5. Find the place where the xDSL expansion board needs to be located.

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CONNECTOR

FIGURE 22. XDSL EXPANSION BOARD : L OCATION

6. Remove lid which holds the back cover located on the rear panel.

FIGURE 23. LID COVER FOR XDSL

7. With the help of a screwdriver, remove the cover covering the expansion slot.

FIGURE 24. REMOVE THE COVER FOR THE SLOT 3 EXPANSION SLOT

8. Place the xDSL expansion card so that this firstly adjusts to the space on the device rear
panel and subsequently to the motherboard connection. This operation must be carefully
carried out without forcing any piece or part of the device. Check that the board is
clearly settled over the motherboard connector.

9. Screw the board to the securing posts. For this use two screws with their corresponding
washers. Firmly tighten the screws without damaging the board.

10. Replace the expansion slot cover and screw it down.

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FIGURE 25. REPLACE THE COVER FOR THE SLOT 3 EXPANSION SLOT

11. Replace the top panel flap and screw it into place using the screws. Please see Figure 14.

12. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier.

13. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the xDSL board.

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BIOS menu address: 0x4BD78


FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Mar 6 2013 17:59:56 L1
Current date: Mar 27 2013, Wednesday Current time: 12:56:57

System Info:
PCB:0x128 GPPORCR:0x00280000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs(KHz): CCB=393216 CPU0=786432 CPU1=786432 DDR(clk)=327680 LBUS=49152
Watchdog: Enabled
MMU Mode: Dynamic
ICache: ON; DCache: ON Write-Back; L2Cache: ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
ADSL CARD 0x08
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host (Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 23

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Current software license: 28 60
S/N: 754/00111
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-2c
>>
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TRYING APP DUMP
(CONFIGURED) appcode1.bin ver.: 0.11.0.1 0.0.0.0
APP0 CODE DUMP. Mode:
0..............................................................................................
APP0 DATA DUMP..................................................................................
APP CODE
DUMP.............................................................................................
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APP DATA
DUMP.............................................................................................
Running application at: 0x00200140
Flash configuration read
Parsing text mode configuration ...
Configuration parsed
Initializing

Press any key to get started

Installation in a rack

The OA 58XX can be installed in a 19” rack. To do this you require two plastic strips as can be
seen in the figure. The strips and the associated screws are not included in the basic packet and
need to be acquired separately.

Both strips are attached to the device through 8 screws, 4 on each side, as indicated in the figure.

FIGURE 26. ATTACHING THE STRIPS

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The spaces for the screws in the OA 58XX router leave the factory protected by covers. These
can be removed by using a sharp tool (such as a small flat screwdriver). We recommend
removing the upper cover in order to carry this out more easily.

FIGURE 27. DEVICE WITH THE STRIPS

Power Source

The OA 58XX router is powered with an internal power source.

Additionally, the OA 58XX router can incorporate an optional card to inject PoE through the 8-
port Switch. In this case, the device is served from an AC/DC external power source to power
the said module.

Workplace Conditions. Main Characteristics

• Excessive cold and heat should be avoided, as should humidity and dust.
• Direct exposure to sunlight should be avoided as well as other heat sources. The device
should not be placed amongst papers, magazines or other elements that could hinder
natural air circulation.
• The device should not be placed very close to strong electromagnetic fields such as
speakers, engines, etc.
• Knocks and/or strong vibrations should be avoided during transport, operation and
storage.

Internal Power Source

To connect the power cable to the device, execute the steps given in the section on "Connecting".

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To avoid electric shocks, residual current circulation and other unwanted effects, also affecting
communications, the following is recommended:

It is highly recommended that all interconnected communication devices are plugged to THE
SAME GROUNDED POWER OUTLET, which should at the same time be of good quality
(lower than 10 ohmios).

Whether the workplace is provided with an uninterrupted power supply system (UPS), regulated
supply or it is independent from the rest (such as lighting, etc.); it is highly recommended that all
data devices should be connected to the same power source. This will avoid operating and
premature aging problems of drivers and other components.

Connecting

• Ensure that the on/off power supply switch is in the OFF position.
• Connect all data cables.
• Connect the power supply to the device.
• Place the device’s on/off power supply switch in the ON position.

Disconnecting

• Place the on/off power supply switch in the OFF position.


• Disconnect the power supply from the device.
• Disconnect the data cables.

FIGURE 28. CONNECTING THE POWER

To connect the power source to the device, follow the steps listed in the earlier table: ensure that
the switch is OFF (0) and the power supply is NOT connected to the main electricity supply; find
the POWER plug, located on the rear panel of the device and plug it into the power source: use
the grounded cable that is supplied for this purpose.

PoE Source

The OA 58XX router can be powered through an Ethernet cable if this is adjusted to the PoE
802.3af standard (15.4W per port).
In order to use the PoE source option, you need to install a MiniPoE card.

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Installing the MiniPoE card

In order to correctly insert the card, please follow the steps given below:

1. Switch off the device and remove the data cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the two screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the MiniPoE card. Please see Figure 29..

FIGURE 29. REMOVING THE SCREWS FOR THE TOP PANEL FLAP

4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place.

5. Find the place where the MiniPoE card needs to be located.

MiniPoE
Connectors

FIGURE 30. MINI POE CARD LOCATION

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6. Place the MiniPoE card so that this adjusts to the two connectors. This operation must be
carefully carried out without forcing any piece or part of the device. Check that the card
is clearly settled over the connectors.
7. Replace the top panel flap and screw it into place using the screws. Please see Figure 31.

FIGURE 31. REPLACE THE TOP PANEL ’S FLAP SCREWS

8. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier

9. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the MiniPoE card:

**************************************************
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BIOS CODE DUMP....................


BIOS DATA DUMP.....
End of BIOS dump

BIOS menu address: 0x4BD78


FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Mar 6 2013 17:59:56 L1
Current date: Mar 27 2013, Wednesday Current time: 12:56:57

System Info:
PCB:0x128 GPPORCR:0x00280000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs(KHz): CCB=393216 CPU0=786432 CPU1=786432 DDR(clk)=327680 LBUS=49152
Watchdog: Enabled
MMU Mode: Dynamic
ICache: ON; DCache: ON Write-Back; L2Cache: ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
ADSL CARD 0x08
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host (Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
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(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 23


Current software license: 28 60
S/N: 754/00111
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-2c
>>
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....
TRYING APP DUMP
(CONFIGURED) appcode1.bin ver.: 0.11.0.1 0.0.0.0
APP0 CODE DUMP. Mode:
0..............................................................................................
APP0 DATA DUMP..................................................................................
APP CODE
DUMP.............................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
....................................................................
APP DATA
DUMP.............................................................................................
Running application at: 0x00200140
Flash configuration read
Parsing text mode configuration ...
Configuration parsed
Initializing

Press any key to get started

Once the MiniPoE card has been installed, we can connect the PoE source to the device:

FIGURE 32. CONNECTING THE POE SOURCE TO THE DEVICE : SCHEMA

Microswitches

The OA 58XX router has a block of 8 useful microswitches available, located on the underside
of the device, which are used for maintenance and test tasks.

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In this case, they are only used to load the default configuration. These switches should not be
handled by the user except to establish the default configurations.

So the device operates correctly, all the microswitches must be in the OFF position.

The default configuration for the router establishes the access IP and mask address as follows:

• IP address: 192.168.1.1

• IP mask: 255.255.255.0

Some devices leave the factory with personalized settings for the customer. This
personalization may imply that the establishment of a default configuration may differ
from the one indicated above.

Procedure to ignore the configuration

This procedure is applied if you have to discard the whole configuration of the device, for
example, if you cannot remember the password.

The procedure is as follows:

• Turn off the device through the ON/OFF switch.


• Open the device.
• Using a screwdriver move microswitch ‘5’ to the ON position.
• Close the device.
• Turn the device on with the ON/OFF switch.
When the device is switched on, a message similar to the one shown below will appear on the
configuration console:

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BIOS CODE DUMP....................


BIOS DATA DUMP.....
End of BIOS dump

FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Mar 6 2013 17:59:56 L1


Current date: Mar 27 2013, Wednesday Current time: 12:56:57

System Info:
PCB:0x128 GPPORCR:0x00280000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs(KHz): CCB=393216 CPU0=786432 CPU1=786432 DDR(clk)=327680 LBUS=49152
Watchdog: Enabled
MMU Mode: Dynamic
ICache: ON; DCache: ON Write-Back; L2Cache: ON

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Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host
(Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 23


Current software license: 28 60
S/N: 754/00111
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-2c
>>
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TRYING APP DUMP
(CONFIGURED) appcode1.bin ver.: 0.11.0.1 0.0.0.0
APP0 CODE DUMP. Mode:
0..............................................................................................
APP0 DATA DUMP..................................................................................
APP CODE
DUMP.............................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
.................................................................................................
....................................................................
APP DATA
DUMP.............................................................................................
Running application at: 0x00200140
Flash configuration read
Parsing text mode configuration ...
Empty configuration used
Initializing

Press any key to get started

• On reaching this point, you can reset microswitch ‘5’ in the OFF position (it’s not
necessary to turn off the device); in this way, the next time you restart the device the
saved configuration is adhered to.
• Lastly, close the device.

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Data Connection

The OA 58XX router has the following data connections:

8-port Ethernet Switch

The OA 58XX router incorporates an 8-port 10/100BaseT Switch with automatic MDI/MDIX to
connect to a local area network (LAN).

Please pay careful attention to the labeling so you do not confuse this switch with other types of
ports:

FIGURE 33. LAN SWITCH PORTS

GE0/GE1Connections

The OA 58XX router has two interfaces to connect to Ethernet networks. Each interface has a
metallic connector (10/100/1000 Base-T). The GE0/GE1ports are independent to the Switch.
Please pay careful attention to the labeling so you do not confuse this switch with other types of
ports:

FIGURE 34. GIGA ETHERNET CONNECTORS

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Connecting a USB 3G device (USB connector)

The OA 58XX router has a USB HOST 2.0 interface with a type A connector which permits
USB 3G modems to be connected. The interface is activated through the corresponding software
license.

FIGURE 35. USB 3G CONNECTOR

Connecting for Configuration

The OA 58XX router has a RJ45 female connector on the front panel referred to as “Conf.”
which provides access to the device local console.

For further information, please see the section on "Connecting to the device".

FIGURE 36. CONF CONNECTOR.

Connecting the Wireless WAN Antenna

The OA 58XX router has two connectors to connect the Wireless WAN antennas. These two
antennas are used by the Wireless WAN module. This module is optional and it’s possible that
your device does not have 3G and consequently does not incorporate antennas.

To assemble and dismantle the antennas, simply screw them into the connectors labeled WWAN
located at the rear of the device.

So that the WWAN interfaces are operative, the device must have a plug-in 3G card. Depending
on the model, the antennas are installed in the device at the factory. If your device does not have
the module incorporated, you can obtain this later on. The manual accompanying this module
will indicate how to install it and the corresponding antenna cables in the device.

Antenna installation is essential in the OA 58XX routers in order to improve the quality of the
signal received and transmitted by the Wireless WAN module (GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA,
HSUPA, etc.).

To obtain optimum performance, the router should always have the WWAN antennas
installed.

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So the Wireless WAN interface is operative, the device must have the corresponding
software license installed.

There are some cellular telephony technologies that use the antenna diversity mechanism to
improve the quality of the received signal (HSUPA, HSPA+, LTE, CDMA EV-DO, etc.).
Consequently the OA 58XX routers have two WWAN connectors incorporated.

FIGURE 37. WWAN ANTENNA CONNECTORS


In order to achieve optimum features, the installed radio frequency accessories (antennas and
cables) should be those recommended by Alcatel-Lucent.

Positioning the antenna

The antenna orientation, its location with respect to other wireless devices and radiation devices,
such as communication devices, personal computers, etc., can significantly influence device
performance.

The antennas transmit and receive radio signals. Performance is also affected by environmental
factors such as the distance between the device and the base station, physical obstacles and other
interferences due to radiofrequencies (RF).

In order to achieve the best coverage, carry out the following instructions:

• Whenever possible, place the antenna where there are no physical obstacles. Obstacles
between the antenna and the base station degrade the wireless signal. Situate the antenna
above ground level and ensure that it is suitably orientated towards the nearest base
station.
• La Density of materials also affects the antennas. Place them away from any type of
wall, metal screens, mirrors, etc.
• Do not place the antenna near columns that can produce shadow areas and reduce the
coverage zone.
• Keep the antenna away from metal pipes such as canals air-conditioning.
• Please bear in mind that other wireless devices such as telephones, microwaves, etc., can
temporarily interfere with the quality of the wireless signal.
• We do not recommend that you install the antennas near or between racks containing
communication devices, computers, etc. Use an extension cable and position the antenna
outside.

The following recommendations are applicable to all wireless devices:

• Do not touch or move the antenna while the device is transmitting or receiving.

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• Do not touch any equipment that contains devices which radiate where the antenna is
very close to or touching any exposed part of the body, particularly the face and eyes,
when it is transmitting.
• Do not install the device in areas where the atmosphere is potentially explosive.
• Wireless devices can cause interference in other devices. Do not use the device in
areas where medical equipment is installed.
• In order to ensure that you are complying with the R&TTE 1999/5/EC norm, the device
must be at least 15 cm away from any person when operating.

Connecting the Wireless LAN Antenna

The OA 58XX router has two connectors to connect the Wireless LAN antennas. These two
antennas are used by the Wireless LAN module. This module is optional and it’s possible that
your device does not have 3G and consequently does not incorporate antennas.

To assemble and dismantle the antennas, simply screw them into the connectors labeled WLAN
located at the rear of the device.

So that the Wireless LAN interfaces are operative, the device must have a plug-in 3G card.
Depending on the model, the antennas are installed in the device at the factory. If your device
does not have the module incorporated, you can obtain this later on. The manual accompanying
this module will indicate how to install it and the corresponding antenna cables in the device.

FIGURE 38. WIRELESS LAN ANTENNA CONNECTORS

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Installing the SIM card
The OA 58XX router may optionally include a Wireless WAN interface, whose functionality
requires one SIM card to be inserted into the device. There are determined services (CDMA)
provided by some carriers in certain countries that do not require SIM cards.

The OA 58XX router has an internal SIM tray.

This device is compatible with 1.8V and 3V SIM cards. Do not install a SIM that does not
support these voltages.

Procedure to install the internal SIM

To access the internal SIM you need to open the device. To do this you need to remove the
device’s top panel, which is held on through screws in the rear and side panels of the device.

FIGURE 39. S CREWS ON THE REAR PANEL

FIGURE 40. S CREWS ON THE SIDE PANEL

The internal SIM tray is located on the end closest to the rear panel on the device’s main printed
circuit board.

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FIGURE 41. I NTERNAL SIM TRAY

In order to insert a SIM card in the internal tray, locate the retaining flange (metal fastening with
OPEN and LOCK on it) so you can open the tray and place the SIM card on it. The steps are as
follows:

1. Push the fastening in the direction indicated by the arrow with the word OPEN.
2. Open the upper part of the tray.
3. Fully insert the SIM card using the guides.
4. Return the tray to its original position.
5. While pressing on the tray, push it in the direction indicated by the word LOCK so the
card is completely held.

FIGURE 42. GUIDE TO INSERTING THE SIM IN THE INTERNAL TRAY

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Optional Storage

The OA 58XX permits you to increase its features through the applications it can execute in the
second core the device processor has.

To make these features available, the device must have either a Hard Disk internally installed or
a USB flash memory expansion.

Procedure to install a hard disk

In order to correctly insert a hard disk, please follow the steps given below:
1. Switch off the device and remove the data cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled. Open up the device. To do this you need to remove the top
cover which is secured through screws located on the rear and side of the device.

3. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the cover, slide it towards the
rear panel and then remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place.

4. Locate the hard disk area and the SATA connection connector for this.

SATA Connector

FIGURE 43. L OCATION OF THE SATA CONNECTOR AND STANDOFFS FOR THE HARD DISK

5. Screw the supplied hard disk to the auxiliary metal plate.

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6. Connect the hard disk and place the metallic flange carefully over the standoff posts
located in the device chasse. This operation must be carefully carried out without forcing
any piece or part of the device.

7. Screw the plate to the posts. For this use four screws. Firmly tighten them.

8. Close the device with the cover. Secure the cover with the screws.

9. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier.

10. Check that during startup, the HD LED located on the device’s front panel is flashing.

Procedure to install a flash memory expansion USB

In order to install a flash memory expansion USB, please follow the steps given below:
1. Switch off the device and remove the data cables as described in the section on
"Disconnecting" in this manual.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled. Open up the device. To do this you need to remove the top
cover which is secured through screws located on the rear and side of the device.

3. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the cover, slide it towards the
rear panel and then remove it by lifting it. Place it in a safe place.

4. Locate the USB connector for the flash memory expansion and connect the supplied
memory stick.

USB connector

FIGURE 44. L OCATION OF THE USB CONNECTOR FOR THE FLASH MEMORY EXPANSION

5. Close the device with the cover. Secure the cover with the screws.

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6. Connect and switch on the device as explained in the section on "Connect". Should you
detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps have been
carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual supplier

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Appendix A

Troubleshooting

Below, you will find a table, which will help you to solve problems during the installation of the
device. If you cannot resolve the problem, please consult your distributor for additional
information.

Symptom Solution

None of the LEDs lights up on the Check the power supply to the device (power source,
device. ON/OFF switch, main power outlet).

Check that all the microswitches are in the OFF


position.

The local console does not respond. Check that you are using the correct console cable and
that this is connected to the device and the
asynchronous terminal.

Check that the terminal has the correct port


configured.

Check that the terminal configuration is 9600 8N1.


Check that the console is not in an events process.
Check that the device is not being remotely accessed
via telnet.

The local console is only displaying Check that the terminal has the correct port
garbage. configured.

Check that the terminal configuration is 9600 8N1

The device does not initialize and the Check that microswitch ‘1’ is in the OFF position. In
console displays the WARM-UP text. this situation, you may have to reload the device
BIOS and the routing application.

The device is very slow in displaying Check that microswitch ‘3’ is in the OFF position.
the application prompt.

You have forgotten the password to Ignore the configuration through microswitch ‘5’ as
access the device. explained in the section on "Procedure to ignore the
configuration" in this manual.

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The LEDs show that the GE interfaces Check the configuration (routes, IP addresses, etc).
are established but there is no
connectivity at the data layer.

Updating the software

The OA 58XX router can be updated to new releases. Please consult your distributor for further
details on new releases.

There are various ways to update an OA 58XX router: please see the manual on updating
software “ALU-Dm 748-I Software Updating” for further information.

The software required to update our routers is supplied in a format known as distribution. This
consists of a single file which contains all the files needed to update your device as well as in-
depth information on the contents of the files.

Furthermore, the OA 58XX router may incorporate an independent module for the wireless
WAN interface. Generally the firmware for the modules is independent of the router software.
There is an UPGRADE file for each Wireless WAN module model. Ask your distributor about
the correct UPGRADE file for the module your device has. The Cellular Interface manual (ALU-
Dm 781-I) shows you how to UPGRADE the module.

Connecting to the device

Connecting using the local console (Conf connector)

The OA 58XX router has a RJ45 female connector on the front panel referred to as “Conf.”
which provides access to the device local console.

FIGURE 45. CONF CONNECTOR


In order to configure this, you must connect the “Conf.” port to an asynchronous terminal (or to
a PC with terminal emulation).

The configuration for the terminal must be:


- Speed: 9600 bps
- Eight data bits
- One stop bit
- No parity bit
- No type of flow control

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Connection to the configuration port can be carried out using the RJ45 connectors cable,
provided with the device, together with the RJ45 Female-DB9 Female adaptor also provided
with the device.

FIGURE 46. CONNECTING FOR CONFIGURATION

Connectors

LAN (GE x) Connector

RJ45 LAN RJ45 PIN FE Signals GE Signals

1 BI-DA+ BI-DA+
2 BI-DA- BI-DA-
3 BI-DB+ BI-DB+
4 -- BI-DC+
5 -- BI-DC-
6 BI-DB- BI-DB-
7 -- BI-DD+
8 -- BI-DD-
T ABLE 11. LAN CONNECTOR

NOTE
The Ethernet connectors have a MDI-X and auto-polarity autodetection feature; this acts
bidirectionally. You do not need a null HUB cable to connect it to another Ethernet
interface.

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WWAN Connectors

PIN ANT

Internal RF in/out
External GND

T ABLE 12. WWAN CONNECTOR

WLAN Connectors
PIN ANT
Internal RF in/out
External GND

T ABLE 13. WLAN CONNECTOR

Configuration Connector

RJ45 CONFIGURACIÓN PIN CONF

1 --
2 RxD
3 GND
4 --
5 --
6 GND
7 TxD
8 --
T ABLE 14. CONF CONNECTOR

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Technical Specifications

Hardware Architecture

PROCESSOR Motorola QorlQ P1020E


MEMORY 512 Mbytes in DDR3
STORAGE UNIT FLASH NOR Memory (64 Mbytes).
EEPROM 2Kbytes, NVRAM 128Kbytes.

LAN Interface*

PROTOCOLS Ethernet (802.3).


Nº OF PORTS 3
SPEED 10/100/1000 Mbps (BaseT) GEx
10/100 Mbps (BaseT) Switch
CONNECTORS RJ45 female.
CABLE STP (Length < 3m)
*Depending on the model

Wireless WAN Interface

STANDARDS/ • HSPA:
SPEED Triband Version: 850, 1900 & 2100 MHz
Dualband Version: 900 & 2100 MHz
Forward link up to 7.2 Mbps; reverse link up to 5.76 Mbps
• UMTS:
Triband Version: 850, 1900 & 2100 MHz
Dualband Version: 900 & 2100 MHz
Forward link up to 2.0 Mbps; reverse link up to 384 kbps
• EDGE:
Quadband; 850, 900, 1800 y 1900 MHz
Forward link up to 236 kbps; reverse link up to 124 kbps
• GPRS:
Quadband; 850, 900, 1800 & 1900 MHz
Forward link up to 80 kbps; reverse link up to 42 kbps
SIM Internal & External. 1.8V & 3V Compatible
CONNECTOR RF SMA Female
ANTENNA Depends on the type of Wireless WAN module. Please see the
catalog on antennas for Cellular interfaces.

Wireless LAN Interface*

STANDARDS Consulte the manual on Wireless LAN


SPEED Consulte the manual on Wireless LAN
CONNECTOR 2 RF
* Depending on the model

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Configuration Interface

LOCAL TERMINAL V.24 9600-8-N-1 without flow control


CONECTOR RJ45 female on the device’s front panel.

Power Supply

INPUT VOLTAGE 100-240V AC


INPUT CURRENT 1,8 A
INPUT FREQUENCY 50/60 Hz
MAXIMUM POWER 100VA

Dimensions and weight

TYPE Box to assemble in a Rack 1U high


LENGTH x WIDTH x 440 x 378,71 x 43,2 mm
HEIGHT
WEIGHT 4,0 Kg

Environmental Specifications

ENVIRONMENTAL On: 5º to 50ºC.


TEMPERATURE Off: -20º to 60ºC.
RELATIVE HUMIDITY On: 8% to 85%.
Off: 5% to 90%.

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Appendix B: Regulatory compliance and safety information

Recycling and the Environment

Please do not under any circumstances throw away any OA 58XX with normal domestic waste.
Ask your local town hall for information on how to correctly dispose of them so protecting the
environment against e-waste. Always respect the current laws regarding waste material.
Anyone found violating the environmental laws will be subject to fines and any additional steps
established by law.

All the packing materials i.e. the cardboard box, plastic and any other packaging together with
the pieces making up an OA 58XX must be recycled complying with the current active laws
regarding recycling materials.

The below symbol with a cross over the rubbish container can be seen on the device. This means
that when a device reaches the end of its life, it must be taken to the official recycling/disposal
centers where it must be disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner and separately
from normal domestic waste.

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Translated Safety Warnings

The equipment is intended to be installed by Service Personnel and only


handled by qualified personnel. If not, the device may be damaged and
malfunction.

Русский: Оборудование предназначено для установки обслуживающим


персоналом и обрабатываются только квалифицированным персоналом.
Если нет, то устройство может быть повреждена и неисправности.

This device contains elements that are sensitive to electrostatic surges and
shocks, therefore it is essential when handling the equipment that an antistatic
wriststrap is connected to the device chassis and this is placed on an antistatic
man; and furthermore avoiding any kind of contact between the device
components and necklaces, bracelets, rings, ties, etc.

Русский: Это устройство содержит элементы, чувствительные к


электростатическому скачков и ударов, поэтому очень важно при работе
с оборудованием, антистатический браслет подключен к устройству
шасси, и это находится на антистатический человека, и, кроме того
избегая любого контакта между устройством компонентов и ожерелья,
браслеты, кольца, галстуки и т.д.

The equipment is required to be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective


earthing connection.

Русский: Оборудование необходимо для подключения к розетке с


защитным заземлением.

Electric supply current, telephone and communication cables are dangerous.


To prevent electric shock, prior to installing, moving or opening the device
covers, connect and disconnect the cables following the order given in the
sections on "Connecting" and "Disconnecting".

Русский: Электрического тока, телефонных кабелей и кабелей связи


опасны. Для предотвращения поражения электрическим током, перед
установкой, перемещения или открытия крышки устройства,
подключение и отключение кабелей в соответствии с порядком,
приведенные в разделах "Подключение" и "Отключение".

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Never install the SIM card when the device is switched on.
Always disconnect the device from the main power supply before inserting the
internal SIM.
Always disconnect the device before removing the casing to get to the internal
SIM.
When inserting the SIM card, please protect yourself against electrostatic
discharges (ESD).
Do not touch the SIM card connectors.

Русский: Никогда не устанавливайте SIM-карты, когда устройство


включено.
Всегда отключайте устройство от сети электропитания перед установкой
внутреннего SIM.
Всегда отключайте устройство перед снятием обшивки, чтобы добраться
до внутреннего SIM.
При установке SIM-карты, пожалуйста, защитите себя от
электростатических разрядов (ESD).
Не прикасайтесь к SIM-карты.

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AIC VOIP 4
FXS/FXO EXPANSION
CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm601-I Rev. 4.0
September, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Expansion Cards ............................................................................................................ 3
AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Card ........................................................................................................................... 3
AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: Characteristics ................................................................................ 4
AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: Connectors...................................................................................... 4
Installing the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Cards........................................................................................................ 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 6
Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card ................................................................ 7
Additional Installation Notes................................................................................................................. 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: LEDs ................................................................................................ 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8
RJ-11 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 8
Appendix A. Compliance .............................................................................................................................10
FCC Statement .........................................................................................................................................10
Federal Communications Commission Interference ...........................................................................10
FCC Part 68 Notice...............................................................................................................................10
IC Statement ............................................................................................................................................11
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) ...................................................................................................................11
IC Notice ..............................................................................................................................................12

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO
expansion cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards in
OA58XX routers.
• Description of the AIC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install AIC VoIP 4
FXS/FXO cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards characteristics
• AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards connectors
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of AIC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.
ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Expansion Cards

The AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO cards permit the voice exchange between the POTS (Plain Old
Telephone Service) and an IP network.

In a VoIP interface a POTS line can be configured either in FXS (Foreign Exchange Station) or
FXO (Foreign Exchange Office). For further information on VoIP interfaces, please see manual
“ALU-Dm770-I –VoIP Interfaces”.

FXS mode permits direct connection to a conventional telephone, a fax or similar device. This
supplies the power voltage, the rings, detects when the connected device hooks-on or off and
transmits and receives the audio analog signals. In this mode, the interface behaves as if it were
the telephone network.

In FXO mode, the line behaves as if it was a conventional telephone and expects the power
voltage to be supplied to it. This permits the line to be directly connected to the public telephone
network or to a telephone switchboard (PABX).

AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Card

This card offers four POTS lines that can be configured independently in FXS mode or in FXO
mode.

For further information on VoIP interfaces, please see manual “ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces”.

FIGURE 1. AIC VOIP 4 FXS/FXO CARD

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AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the AIC VoIP 4 lines FXS/FXO card are as follows:

Ports 4 RJ11 ports

Modes Configurable:
 FXS
 FXO

Features  Echo cancellation


 Silence detection
 DTMF detection
 Level adjustments (microphone, loudspeakers)

Codecs G.711, G.729A and G.723.1

T ABLE 1. AIC VOIP 4 FXS/FXO CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO card:

A B C D

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE VOIP 4 FXS/FXO CARD


The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A,B,C,D 1,2,3,4. RJ-11 connectors for VoIP

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE VOIP 4 FXS/FXO CARD

IMPORTANT WARNING:
Do not connect a line configured as FXS to a telephone network or a terminal behaving as FXS.
This could seriously damage the line and/or the board supporting this.

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Installing the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO Cards
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO
expansion cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing an AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console or
a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.
So that the AIC cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each
card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed AIC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000X.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000X.bfw VoIP Audiocodes ACXXXX v.xxxx
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “Dm748-I
Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card

To install or replace an AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO card, please see the AIC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

Additional Installation Notes

A ferrite clamp provided with the card must be installed as shown in Figure 3 to achieve EMI
compliance. It must be placed around the interface cables as shown in the photo, and close to the
card connector. If you need to remove it for any reason, the lock can only be opened with the
black plastic key as shown in Figure 4.

FIGURE 3. FERRITE CLAMP INSTALLATION FIGURE 4. H OW TO OPEN THE LOCK

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card: LEDs

The AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

AIC VoIP 4 FXS/FXO expansion card has 4 RJ11 connectors:

RJ-11 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts. The four connectors are the same,
consequently only one image is shown:

FIGURE 5. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-11 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 RING
4 TIP
5 --
6 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

IMPORTANT WARNING:
For Norway, Finland and Sweden if an FXS/FXO card is installed (AIC -4FXSFXO or ESR-
AIC-4FXSFXO) the equipment is only intended for use in a Restricted Access Location where
equipotential bonding has been applied; it also must be installed by Service Personal only.

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Appendix A. Compliance

FCC Statement

Federal Communications Commission Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own
expense.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.

FCC Part 68 Notice

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA.
On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product
identifier of US:TLDAL00BPMC-4FXSF. If requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.

If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you
in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't
practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.

The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures
that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will
provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain
uninterrupted service.

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If you experience trouble with this equipment, you disconnect it from the network until the
problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. Please
follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery replacement section); otherwise do not
alternate or repair any parts of device except specified.

If the telephone company requests information on what equipment is connected to their lines,
inform them of:

(a) The telephone number that this unit is connected to,


(b) The ringer equivalence number [00]
(c) The USOC jack required [RJ11C], and
(d) The FCC Registration Number [TLD]

Items (b) and (d) are indicated on the label. The ringer equivalence number (REN) is used to
determine how many devices can be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of
the RENs of all devices on any one line should not exceed five (5.0). If too many devices are
attached, they may not ring properly.

Service Requirements

In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be performed by our Company or an
authorized agent. It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service
to our Company or to one of our authorized agents. Service can be facilitated through our office
at:

Company Name: Teldat Corp


Contact Name: Ignacio Loizaga
Address: 15466 Los Gatos Blvd
Suite #109-335
Los Gatos CA 95032
Telephone No: 408 892 9363
Fax No: 408-608-2172
Email: iloizaga@teldat.com

IC Statement

CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)

This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,”
ICES-003 of the Department of Communications.

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Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils
Numériques,” NMB-003 édictée par le ministère des Communications.

IC Notice

This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical
Specifications.

Le présent matériel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables d'Industrie Canada.

The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number of devices
allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may consist of
any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the
devices not exceed five.

L'indice d'équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui
peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d'une interface peut
consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme
d'indices d'équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n'excède pas cinq.

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AIC VoIP PRI
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm602-I Rev. 3.0
September, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
AIC VoIP PRI Expansion Cards ....................................................................................................................... 3
AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: Characteristics............................................................................................ 4
AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: Connectors ................................................................................................. 4
Installing the AIC VoIP PRI Cards ................................................................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 6
Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP PRI expansion card ........................................................................... 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: LEDs ............................................................................................................ 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8
RJ-45 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 8
Coaxial connector .................................................................................................................................. 9
Appendix A. Compliance .............................................................................................................................10
FCC Statement .........................................................................................................................................10
Federal Communications Commission Interference ...........................................................................10
FCC Part 68 Notice...............................................................................................................................10
IC Statement ............................................................................................................................................11
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) ...................................................................................................................11
IC Notice ..............................................................................................................................................12

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the AIC VoIP PRI cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the AIC VoIP PRI expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the AIC VoIP PRI expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the AIC VoIP PRI cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the AIC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install AIC VoIP PRI
cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• AIC VoIP PRI cards characteristics
• AIC VoIP PRI cards connectors
• Requirements prior to installation
• Installing the AIC VoIP PRI cards

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of AIC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.
ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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AIC VoIP PRI Expansion Cards

The PRI ISDN interface is a digital interface permitting you to establish multiple calls over a
physical interface, at a rate of 64 or 56 Kbps. The number of calls depends partly on the type of
interface (up to 30 calls in cases of an E1 interface and up to 23 for a T1 interface) and partly on
the number of time-slots that are reserved for the calls.

The AIC VoIP PRI expansion card contains a primary access. From the behavior point of view,
this can operate as E1 with ITU-T Q.931 (both in user format as well as in network format),
QSIG and R2 signaling. This only supports audio calls.

By default, the interface is configured to operate as E1 without specifying any signaling or the
number of channels assigned to calls.

FIGURE 1. AIC VOIP PRI CARD

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AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the AIC VoIP PRI card are as follows:

Ports  1 RJ-45 port


 2 coaxial connectors

Standards ITU-T
 G.711
 G.729A
 G.723.1

Channels 30 simultaneous voice channels with any codec

Speed 2 Mbps duplex

Other  Echo cancellation


characteristics  Silence detection
 DTMF detection (“Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency”)
 Includes all the codec chips necessary

T ABLE 1. AIC VOIP PRI CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the AIC VoIP PRI card:

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE VOIP PRI CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A E1/T1. RJ45 connector

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE VOIP PRI CARD

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Installing the AIC VoIP PRI Cards
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the AIC VoIP PRI expansion
cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing an AIC VoIP PRI expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in the “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the AIC cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each
card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed AIC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000X.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000X.bfw VoIP Audiocodes ACXXXX v.xxxx
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP PRI expansion card

To install or replace an AIC VoIP PRI card, please see the AIC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the AIC VoIP PRI expansion card LEDs and the pinouts
for its connector.

AIC VoIP PRI expansion card: LEDs

The AIC VoIP PRI expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

The AIC VoIP PRI expansion card has an RJ-45 connector and two coaxial connectors.

RJ-45 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-45 connector pinouts. This is normally used in unbalanced
connections with an impedance of 120 Ohms.

FIGURE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINTOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin Signal


1 Rx+
2 Rx-
3 --
4 Tx+
5 Tx-
6 --
7 --
8 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

From the card’s point of view, the TX signals are considered outgoing and the RX incoming.

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Coaxial connector

This is normally used in balanced connections with an impedance of 75 Ohms

We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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Appendix A. Compliance

FCC Statement

Federal Communications Commission Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own
expense.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.

FCC Part 68 Notice

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA.
On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product
identifier of US:TLDAL00BPMC-4FXSF. If requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.

If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you
in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't
practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.

The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures
that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will
provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain
uninterrupted service.

If you experience trouble with this equipment, you disconnect it from the network until the
problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. Please
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follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery replacement section); otherwise do not
alternate or repair any parts of device except specified.

If the telephone company requests information on what equipment is connected to their lines,
inform them of:

(a) The telephone number that this unit is connected to,


(b) The ringer equivalence number [00]
(c) The USOC jack required [RJ11C], and
(d) The FCC Registration Number [TLD]

Items (b) and (d) are indicated on the label. The ringer equivalence number (REN) is used to
determine how many devices can be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of
the RENs of all devices on any one line should not exceed five (5.0). If too many devices are
attached, they may not ring properly.

Service Requirements

In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be performed by our Company or an
authorized agent. It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service
to our Company or to one of our authorized agents. Service can be facilitated through our office
at:

Company Name: Teldat Corp


Contact Name: Ignacio Loizaga
Address: 15466 Los Gatos Blvd
Suite #109-335
Los Gatos CA 95032
Telephone No: 408 892 9363
Fax No: 408-608-2172
Email: iloizaga@teldat.com

IC Statement

CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)

This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,”
ICES-003 of the Department of Communications.

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Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils
Numériques,” NMB-003 édictée par le ministère des Communications.

IC Notice

This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical
Specifications.

Le présent matériel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables d'Industrie Canada.

The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number of devices
allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may consist of
any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the
devices not exceed five.

L'indice d'équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui
peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d'une interface peut
consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme
d'indices d'équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n'excède pas cinq.

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AIC VoIP 2 BRI
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm603-I Rev. 3.0
September, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
AIC VoIP 2 BRI Expansion Cards .................................................................................................................... 3
AIC VoIP 2 BRI Expansion Cards with bypass ............................................................................................ 3
AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: Characteristics..................................................................... 4
AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: Connectors .......................................................................... 4
Installing the AIC VoIP 2 BRI Cards ................................................................................................................ 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 7
Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card ........................................................................ 8
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 9
AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: LEDs ..................................................................................... 9
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 9
RJ-45 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 9
Appendix A. Compliance .............................................................................................................................11
FCC Statement .........................................................................................................................................11
Federal Communications Commission Interference ...........................................................................11
IC Statement ............................................................................................................................................11
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) ...................................................................................................................11

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the AIC VoIP 2 BRI cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the AIC VoIP 2 BRI
expansion cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the AIC VoIP 2 BRI cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the AIC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install AIC VoIP 2
BRI cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• AIC VoIP 2 BRI cards characteristics.
• AIC VoIP 2 BRI cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the AIC VoIP 2 BRI cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of AIC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.
ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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AIC VoIP 2 BRI Expansion Cards

The BRI ISDN interface is a digital interface permitting you to establish two calls over a
physical interface at 64 Kbps. The calls can be either audio or data.

AIC VoIP 2 BRI Expansion Cards with bypass

This card contains 2 independent basic accesses (2B+D) with an S/T interface to be used in
audio calls. From a behavior point of view, both interfaces can independently operate in TE
mode or NT mode; in cases of TE, these can operate by requesting TEI from the network entity
or with TEI 0; in cases of NT, these only operate with TEI 0. TE mode does not provide any
power so it is not possible to supply power to the terminals. By default, this operates in TE
mode.

For further information on VoIP interfaces, please see manual “ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces”.

FIGURE 1. AIC VOIP 2 BRI CARD WITH BYPASS

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AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the AIC VoIP 2 BRI card with bypass are as follows:

Ports  2 ISDN ports (4 conversations)


 1 port for BRI bypass

Standards ITU-T
 G.711
 G.729A
 G.723.1

Operating modes  NT (network mode)


 TE (user mode)
Channels 4 simultaneous voice channels with any codec

Speed 256 Kbps (with Multilink PPP)

Other Silence detection

T ABLE 1. AIC VOIP 2 BRI CARDS WITH BYPASS : CHARACTERISTICS

AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the AIC VoIP 2 BRI card with bypass

A B C

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE VOIP 2 BRI CARD WITH BYPASS

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A,C 1,2. Basic Access RJ-45 connectors for voice transmission

B RJ-45 bypass connector associated to connector 1.

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE VOIP 2 BRI CARD WITH BYPASS

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As you can see in the Figure 2, there is a bypass connector between the both basic access
connectors, which is associated to line 1. In the serigraphy, the bypass is indicated by the
symbol. This bypass is active when the device is switched off.

Regarding the wiring to be used, this should be a direct wire, both for the basic access connectors
as well as for the bypass connector, for both NT and TE mode.

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Installing the AIC VoIP 2 BRI Cards
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion
cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing an AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the AIC cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each
card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed AIC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000X.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000X.bfw VoIP Audiocodes ACXXXX v.xxxx
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card

To install or replace an AIC VoIP 2 BRI card, please see the AIC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card LEDs and the pinouts
for its connector.

AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: LEDs

AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card has two LEDs in each one of its connectors:

A B C

FIGURE 3. AIC VOIP 2 BRI CARD WITH BYPASS : LEDS

Connector LED Description

A Green This lights up when the physical layer is active (UP)

Yellow Not currently used

B Green Not currently used

Yellow Not currently used

C Green This lights up when the physical layer is active (UP)

Yellow Not currently used

T ABLE 3. LEDS TABLE FOR THE AIC VOIP 2 BRI CARD WITH BYPASS

Connector Pinouts

AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card has 3 RJ-45connectors:

RJ-45 Connector

The following figure shows the AIC VoIP 2 BRI expansion card RJ-45 connector pinouts. The
three connectors are the same, consequently only one image is shown:

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FIGURE 4. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 4 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 Tx+
4 Rx+
5 Rx-
6 Tx-
7 --
8 --

T ABLE 4. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

NOTE:
Internally, depending on the operating mode, network or terminal, the wires are crossed so
externally direct wiring can be used.
The bypass connector internally crosses the transmission and reception pins facing basic
access 1, so that externally the wiring can be directly used.

We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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Appendix A. Compliance

FCC Statement

Federal Communications Commission Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own
expense.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.

IC Statement

CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)

This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,”
ICES-003 of the Department of Communications.

Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils
Numériques,” NMB-003 édictée par le ministère des Communications.

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AIC VOIP 2 E&M
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm604-I Rev. 2.0
September, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
AIC VoIP 2 E&M Expansion Cards .................................................................................................................. 3
AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: Characteristics ...................................................................................... 4
AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: Connectors ........................................................................................... 4
Installing the AIC VoIP 2 E&M Cards ............................................................................................................. 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 6
Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card ...................................................................... 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: LEDs ...................................................................................................... 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8
RJ-45 connector..................................................................................................................................... 8
Appendix A. Compliance ............................................................................................................................... 9
FCC Statement ........................................................................................................................................... 9
Federal Communications Commission Interference ............................................................................. 9
FCC Part 68 Notice................................................................................................................................. 9
IC Statement ............................................................................................................................................10
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) ...................................................................................................................10
IC Notice ..............................................................................................................................................11

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the AIC VoIP 2 E&M
expansion cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the AIC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install AIC VoIP 2
E&M cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards characteristics.
• AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of AIC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.
ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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AIC VoIP 2 E&M Expansion Cards

AIC VoIP 2 E&M cards permit voice Exchange between an IP network and a switched telephone
network using E&M signaling.
E&M types supported are I, II, III and V. Of these II and V permit unit interconnection on the signaling
side.

In order to send audio, the 4-wire modality is supported, where in each transmission direction a
pair of wires and the 2-wire modality is used, which requires systems that pass from 2 wire to 4
wire, such as hybrid coils and echo cancellation

For further information on VoIP interfaces, please see manual “ALU-Dm770-I VoIP Interfaces”.

FIGURE 1. AIC VOIP 2 E&M CARD

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AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the AIC VoIP E&M 2 accesses card are as follows:

Ports 2 E&M RJ45 ports

Modes  2 wires
 4 wires
Types of E&M I, II, III, V

Features  Echo cancellation


 Silence detection
 DTMF detection
 Level adjustments (microphone, loudspeakers)

Impedance Adjustable:
 600 ohm
 900 ohm
Codecs G.711, G.729A and G.723.1

T ABLE 1. AIC VOIP 2 E&M CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: Connectors

The following figure shows the connectors on the front board of the card:

A B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE VOIP 2 E&M CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A,B 1,2. RJ-45 connector

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE VOIP 2 E&M CARD

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Installing the AIC VoIP 2 E&M Cards
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the AIC VoIP 2 E&M
expansion cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the AIC cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each
card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed AIC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000X.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000X.bfw VoIP Audiocodes ACXXX v.xxxx
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card

To install or replace an AIC VoIP 2 E&M card, please see the AIC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card: LEDs

The AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion card has two RJ-45 connectors:

RJ-45 connector

The following figure shows the RJ-45 connector pinouts for the AIC VoIP 2 E&M expansion
card. The two connectors are the same, consequently only one image is shown:

12345678

FIGURE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin 2 wire signals 4 wire signals


7 E E
2 M M
6 -- T
3 -- R
5 T T1
4 R R1

T ABLE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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Appendix A. Compliance

FCC Statement

Federal Communications Commission Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.

FCC Part 68 Notice

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA.
On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product
identifier of US:TLDOTNANPMC-2EM. If requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.

If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you
in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't
practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.

The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures
that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will
provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain
uninterrupted service.

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If you experience trouble with this equipment, you disconnect it from the network until the
problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. Please
follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery replacement section); otherwise do not
alternate or repair any parts of device except specified.

If the telephone company requests information on what equipment is connected to their lines,
inform them of:

(a) The telephone number that this unit is connected to,


(b) The ringer equivalence number [NAN]
(c) The USOC jack required [RJ48C], and
(d) The FCC Registration Number [TLD]

Items (b) and (d) are indicated on the label. The ringer equivalence number (REN) is used to
determine how many devices can be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of
the RENs of all devices on any one line should not exceed five (5.0). If too many devices are
attached, they may not ring properly.

Service Requirements

In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be performed by our Company or an
authorized agent. It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service
to our Company or to one of our authorized agents. Service can be facilitated through our office
at:

Company Name: Teldat Corp


Contact Name: Ignacio Loizaga
Address: 15466 Los Gatos Blvd
Suite #109-335
Los Gatos CA 95032
Telephone No: 408 892 9363
Fax No: 408-608-2172
Email: iloizaga@teldat.com

IC Statement

CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)

This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus,”
ICES-003 of the Department of Communications.

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Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils
Numériques,” NMB-003 édictée par le ministère des Communications.

IC Notice

This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical
Specifications.

Le présent matériel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables d'Industrie Canada.

The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number of devices
allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination of an interface may consist of
any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the
devices not exceed five.

L'indice d'équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui
peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d'une interface peut
consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme
d'indices d'équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n'excède pas cinq.

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CARDS FOR THE
OA58XX
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm605-I Rev. 1.0
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Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
When should I read this manual? ............................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
What is not in this manual? ...................................................................................................................... 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 2
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
Expansion cards for the OA58XX ................................................................................................................... 3
Expansion slots for the OA58XX PMC cards .............................................................................................. 3
Software compatibility .............................................................................................................................. 5
Installation Procedure ................................................................................................................................... 6
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 6
Installing PMC expansion cards in the OA58XX ........................................................................................ 7
Installing or replacing a PMC expansion card in SLOT 2 ....................................................................... 7

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the instructions that you need to follow in order to
correctly install PMC cards in the OA58XX.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the OA58XX router family.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is support personnel who need to install, configure, maintain
and monitor the device.

When should I read this manual?

Read this guide as soon as you are ready to familiarize yourself with the device and its
components.

This manual will help you understand your new device in greater depth.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics that this device offers for the installation of
expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install PMC cards in the device.

What is not in this manual?

This does not contain information on the device software nor information on the configuration.
For information on how to configure the device, please see the manuals for the different
protocols in the following web: www.alcatel-lucent.com

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How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC cards in
the OA58XX router.

The content in the document is divided into two parts. The first part describes the expansion
possibilities that the device offers through cards.

The second part sets out a detailed list of common installation steps for PMC cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

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Expansion cards for the OA58XX
The OA58XX is a modular router that offers the possibility to increase its interfaces and features
through different types of expansion cards. There is a more detailed description to be found on
the OA58XX and on its installation in manual “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation”. These
cards can be divided into three categories depending on the interface being used to connect to the
device motherboard.

• PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card): these cards interconnect with the device’s motherboard
through the PCI (Peripherical Component Interconnect) bus.

• Cards with an OA58XX native connector: these cards use an interconnection bus whose
specifications are native to the OA58XX.

• MiniPOE card: optional expansion module that adds the POE (Power Over Ethernet)
feature to the OA58XX 8-port Switch.

The router has a limited number of slots to install each of the types of cards. The following table
rounds up the number of available slots and a brief description on the feature that you obtain
depending on the type of card.

Type of card Available slots Features

PMC 2 E&M, PRI, G.SHDSL, BRI, ISDN,


FXS/FXO, MODEM ANALOG., SFPs,
SERIAL, E1/T1, etc.

Native 1 ADSL2+, VDSL

MiniPOE 1 PoE (Power Over Ethernet)

T ABLE 1. SLOTS AVAILABLE DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF EXPANSION CARD

Expansion slots for the OA58XX PMC cards

This section details the numeration and the location of the device elements that simplify the
installation of expansion cards in the OA58XX PMC router.

The following figure shows the front panel.

FIGURE 1. FRONT PANEL


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The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A SLOT 1. Expansion slot for 8-port Switch Ethernet expansion boards or PMC-
PCI cards.

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS EXPANSION TABLE FOR THE FRONT PANEL


The following figure shows the rear panel.

A B

FIGURE 2. PANEL POSTERIOR

The rear panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A SLOT 2. Expansion slot for PMC-PCI cards.

B SLOT 3. Expansion slot for xDSL cards.

T ABLE 3. ELEMENTS EXPANSION TABLE FOR THE REAR PANEL

The following figure shows the top panel.

FIGURE 3. T OP PANEL

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The top panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A Flap that provides access to install the expansion cards.

T ABLE 4. T OP PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

The following figure shows the side panel.


A

FIGURE 4. S IDE PANEL

The side panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A Securing screws for the flap on the top panel.

T ABLE 5. SIDE PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

Software compatibility

If you use an expansion card in a router, make sure that it has a compatible software version and
it also has the corresponding license for the said card’s feature.

For further information, please see the installation manual that corresponds to the card.

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Installation Procedure

Warnings and notes

Warnings

Before installing or uninstalling any card in the OA58XX routers, please bear the following
advice in mind:

The equipment must be handled by qualified personnel; contrariwise, the device may be
damaged and consequently malfunction.

This device contains elements that are sensitive to electrostatic surges and shocks, therefore it
is essential when handling the equipment that an antistatic wriststrap is connected to the device
chassis and this is placed on an antistatic mat; and furthermore avoiding any kind of contact
between the device components and necklaces, bracelets, rings, ties etc

Always place the components on an antistatic surface.

Do NOT switch on the device before checking that all the components (chassis, power source,
fans, etc.) are correctly connected.

Notes

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the appropriate
features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the specifications of this
manual without prior notice
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as information
guideline only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device

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Installing PMC expansion cards in the OA58XX

The OA58XX has two expansion slots (SLOT 1 and SLOT 2), which permit you to increase its
features and interfaces by inserting PMC cards. For a more detailed description on the OA58XX
device and on its installation, please see manual “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation”.

Installing or replacing a PMC expansion card in SLOT 2

SLOT 2 is located on the left hand side of the device’s rear panel. In this case, we insert a PMC
(PCI mezzanine card) expansion card in the SLOT.

A A
FIGURE 5. SLOT 2 E XPANSION S LOT

Item Description

A Screws to hold the cover of the expansion module in SLOT 2.

B PMC-PCI expansion module.

T ABLE 6. SLOT 2 EXPANSION SLOT ELEMENTS TABLE

In order to correctly insert or replace the PMC expansion cards, please follow the steps given
below:
Before opening the device, please check that:

 You have all the elements described on the packing list and the card going to be installed
is the correct one.

 The device permits the upgrading (the label located on the underside of the device
indicating the type of hardware should say: HW: ATxxx-yyy, i.e. one of the routers from
the OA58XX family).

 You have the necessary tools:

• Screwdriver
• Screws and washers

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WARNING:
Electric supply current for telephone and communication cables is dangerous. To prevent
electric shock while installing, moving or opening the device covers, cables should be
disconnected and connected as follows:

1. Disconnecting the device:


a. Switch off the router. To do this put the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position.
b. Disconnect the power supply cable from the device.
c. Disconnect the data cables.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. See Figure 6.

FIGURE 6. REMOVING THE SCREWS FOR THE TOP PANEL FLAP

4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Put it in a safe place.

5. Find the location where the expansion board needs to be placed. This slot has a set of
standoff connectors with gold contacts and holding screws.

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FIGURE 7. L OCATION OF THE PMC EXPANSION BOARD

6. Remove the blind cover from slot 2 or remove the PMC expansion card if there is one
already installed:

a. Extracting a PMC expansion card:


i. Please see Table 7, Figure 8 and Figure 9

Item Description

A Screws that hold the expansion card to the standoff posts.

B Device rear panel.

C PMC connector to connect the expansion card to the motherboard.

T ABLE 7. INSTALLING/UNINSTALLING THE CARD ELEMENTS

• Firstly remove the screws that hold the card to the standoff posts.

FIGURE 8. REMOVING THE HOLDING SCREWS

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• Next remove the expansion card from the corresponding slot.

FIGURE 9. REMOVING THE EXPANSION CARD

b. To remove the blind cover from the slot:


i. Remove the screws with the help of a screwdriver (Figure 10)
ii. Press the cover outwards.

FIGURE 10. REMOVING THE EXPANSION SLOT COVER FROM SLOT 2.

7. Insert the PMC expansion card or replace the cover over the empty slot.

a. In order to insert a PMC expansion card:


i. Please see Table 7, Figure 11 and Figure 12.

• Place the PMC expansion card in the corresponding slot so that this firstly
adjusts to the space on the device panel and subsequently to the two PMC
connections (Steps 1 and 2 in Figure 11).
• This operation must be carefully carried out without forcing any piece or part
of the device. Check that the board is clearly settled over the PMC
connectors.

C
B

FIGURE 11. I NSERTING THE EXPANSION CARD


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• Screw the board to the standoff posts. For this use two screws with their
corresponding washers. Firmly tighten the screws without damaging the
board.

FIGURE 12. ATTACHING THE EXPANSION CARD

b. To insert the slot cover:


i. Place the cover in the empty slot.
ii. Screw down the cover on the device (Figure 13).

FIGURE 13.PLACING THE EXPANSION SLOT 2 COVER

8. Place the upper panel flap and screw it down using the screws. See Figure 14.

FIGURE 14. PLACING THE FLAP SCREW ON THE UPPER PANEL

9. Connect and switch on the device:

a. Make sure that the device power supply switch is OFF


b. Connect all the data cables.
c. Connect the power supply cable
d. Put the ON/OFF switch to the ON position.

10. Should you detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps
have been carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual
supplier.

11. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the PMC board:

**************************************************
**************************************************
**************************************************

BIOS CODE DUMP....................


BIOS DATA DUMP.....
End of BIOS dump

FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Apr 5 2013 15:59:21 L1

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Current date: Jun 24 2013, Monday Current time: 11:52:39
OFS

System Info:
PCB:0x129 GPPORCR:0x00290000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs: CCB=396000 CPU0/1=792000/792000 DDR(clk)=330000 LBUS=49500 PCI0/1=0/0
Watchdog:Enabled
MMU Mode:Dynamic
ICache:ON DCache:ON Write-Back L2Cache:ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host
(Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 37


Current software license: 28 2015
S/N: 757/00155
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-dc
>>
.....
....
TRYING APP DUMP
(CONFIGURED) appcode1.bin ver.: 0.11.0.1 0.0.0.0
APP0 CODE DUMP. Mode: 0.................................................................
APP0 DATA DUMP..........................................................................
APP CODE
DUMP....................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
.........................
APP DATA DUMP...........................................................................
Running application at: 0x00200140
Flash configuration read
Parsing text mode configuration ...
Configuration parsed
Initializing

Press any key to get started

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EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm606-I Rev. 2.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC ADSL2+ Expansion Card ........................................................................................................................ 3
PMC ADSL2+ expansion card: Characteristics ........................................................................................... 4
PMC ADSL2+expansion card: Connectors ................................................................................................. 4
Installing the PMC ADSL2+ expansion cards ................................................................................................. 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 7
Installing or replacing the PMC ADSL2+ expansion card........................................................................... 8
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 9
PMC ADSL2+ expansion card: LEDs ........................................................................................................... 9
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 9
RJ-11 connector..................................................................................................................................... 9

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC ADSL2+ cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC ADSL2+ expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC ADSL2+ expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC ADSL2+ cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC
ADSL2+ cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC ADSL2+ cards characteristics.
• PMC ADSL2+ cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC ADSL2+ cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm741-I ADSL-VDSL2.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC ADSL2+ Expansion Card

The PMC ADSL2+ card allows you to connect to an ADSL2+ network.

ADSL2+ is a technology that offers transfer rates that are noticeably faster than those provided
by conventional ADSL. So, if through ADSL we have maximum downstream rates of 8/1 Mbps,
with ADSL2+ we achieve 24/2 Mbps. In addition to an improved bandwidth, this standard
contemplates a series of implantations that improve the supervision of the connection and the
quality of services demanded through the line.

For further information on ADSL technology, please see manual “ALU-Dm741 – ADSL-
VDSL2”.

FIGURE 1. PMC ADSL2+ CARD

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PMC ADSL2+ expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC ADSL2+ expansion card are as follows:

Ports 1 RJ11 ADSL/ADSL2+ port 2 annex A/B (POTS/ISDN)

Standards ANSI
 T1.413 Issue 2
ITU
 G.992.1 (G.DMT):
o Annex A. “Full Rate ADSL over POTS”
o Annex B. “Full Rate ADSL over ISDN”
 G.992.2 (G.Lite): “Lite ADSL over ISDN”
 G.992.3 (ADSL2):
o Annex A: “ADSL2 over POTS”
o Annex B: “ADSL2 over ISDN”
o Annex L: “RE-ADSL2 with extended upstream over POTS”
 G.992.5(ADSL+):
o Annex A: “ADSL+ over POTS”
o Annex B: “ADSL+ over ISDN”
o Annex M: “ADSL+ with extended upstream over POTS”
Downstream rate 27 Mbps

Upstream rate 3 Mbps

Other SELT (“Single Ended Line Testing”):


characteristics  ITU G.996.2 recomendación
Dying Gasp:
 ITU G.991.2 recommendation
T ABLE 1. PMC ADSL2+ CARD : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC ADSL2+expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC ADSL2+ card.

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC ADSL2+ CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

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Item Description

A RJ11 ADSL Connector for POTS and ISDN

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC ADSL2+CARD

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This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC ADSL2+expansion
cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC ADSL2+ expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the PMC cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each
card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed PMC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw000008.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw000008.bfw Conexant Titanium Ultra Plus ADSL2+
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the PMC ADSL2+ expansion card

To install or replace a PMC ADSL2+ card, please see the PMC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC ADSL2+ expansion card LEDs and the pinouts
for its connector.

PMC ADSL2+ expansion card: LEDs

The PMC ADSL2+ expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

PMC ADSL2+ expansion card has one RJ11 connector.

RJ-11 connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts.

FIGURE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout.

RJ-11 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 TIP
4 RING
5 --
6 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTION PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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PMC
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CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm607-I Rev. 3.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC 2 BRI Expansion Cards........................................................................................................................... 3
PMC 2 BRI expansion card: Characteristics ............................................................................................... 4
PMC 2 BRI expansion card: Connectors .................................................................................................... 4
PMC 2 BRI expansion card Terminal Impedance Selectors ....................................................................... 4
Installing the PMC 2 BRI Expansion Cards ..................................................................................................... 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Installing or replacing the PMC 2 BRI expansion card............................................................................... 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
PMC 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: LEDs ........................................................................................... 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8
RJ-45 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 8

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC 2 BRI cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC 2 BRI expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC 2 BRI expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC 2 BRI cards in OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC 2 BRI
cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC 2 BRI cards characteristics.
• PMC 2 BRI cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC 2 BRI cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm729-I ISDN BRI Interface.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC 2 BRI Expansion Cards
The PMC ISDN Basic or BRI (“Basic Rate Interface”) expansion card permits you to manage
an ISDN basic access which includes a D channel and two B channels.

Channel D is generally used to send signaling messages for call establishment and release. The
B channels are used for data transmission from other protocols.

The PMC BRI expansion card ensures access to ISDN for data transmission over B channels,
supporting various protocols in these.

For further information on ISDN BRI interfaces, please see manual ALU-Dm729-I ISDN BRI
Interface.

FIGURE 1. PMC 2 BRI CARD

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PMC 2 BRI expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC 2 BRI card are as follows:

Ports 2 ISDN ports for data transmission

Operating Modes TE (connection to ISDN lines)

Multilink PPP Up to 4 B channels

Speed 256 Kbps with Multilink PPP

T ABLE 1. PMC 2 BRI CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC 2 BRI expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC 2 BRI card:

A B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE 2 BRI CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A ISDN 0. RJ-45 ISDN basic access connector for data transmission.

B ISDN 1. RJ-45 ISDN basic access connector for data transmission.

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE 2 BRI CARD

PMC 2 BRI expansion card Terminal Impedance Selectors

Figure 3 shows where you can find the terminal impedance selectors for the PMC2 BRI card’s S
buses.

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A

FIGURE 1. T ERMINAL IMPEDANCE SELECTORS

Item Description

A Terminal impedance selector for the ISDN 1 connector.

B Terminal impedance selector for the ISDN 0 connector.

T ABLE 1. IMPEDANCE SELECTORS ELEMENTS T ABLE

The terminal impedance selectors leave the factory (factory settings) in the “ON” position
(terminal connected to the bus).

The connected terminal position (ON) is the position of the impedance selectors shown in Figure
3. If you wish to disconnect the terminal impedance (OFF), slide them to the right, as shown in
Figure 4.

ON OFF

FIGURE 2. CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING THE T ERMINAL I MPEDANCE

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This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC 2 BRI expansion
cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC 2 BRI expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC 2 BRI expansion card

To install or replace a PMC 2 BRI card, please see the PMC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC 2 BRI expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for
its connector.

PMC 2 BRI expansion card with bypass: LEDs

The PMC 2 BRI expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

PMC 2 BRI expansion card has two RJ-45connectors:

RJ-45 Connector

The following figure shows the PMC 2 BRI expansion card RJ-45 connector pinouts. The two
connectors are the same, consequently only one image is shown:

FIGURE 5. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


Table 4 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 Tx+
4 Rx+
5 Rx-
6 Tx-

T ABLE 4. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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PMC ANALOG MODEM
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm608-I Rev. 2.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Devices ...................................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC Analog Modem Expansion Cards .......................................................................................................... 3
PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: Characteristics ........................................................................... 4
PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: Connectors................................................................................. 5
Installing the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card ................................................................................... 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Installing or replacing the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card ........................................................... 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: LEDs ........................................................................................... 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8
RJ-11 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 8

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC Analog Modem cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC Analog Modem
expansion cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC Analog Modem expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC Analog Modem cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC Analog
Modem cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC Analog Modem cards characteristics.
• PMC Analog Modem cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC Analog Modem cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC Analog Modem Expansion Cards
This manual is about the 2-port PMC Analog Modem card:

The analog modems are characterized by their ability to convert digital signals to analog
telephone signals and vice versa. In this way the transmission and reception of data over a
standard telephone line is possible.

FIGURE 1. PMC 2 ANALOG MODEM CARD

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PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card are as follows:

Ports 2 RJ-11 analog modem ports

Data Standards ITU-T


 V.92
 V.90
 V.34
 V.32bis
 V.32
 V.22bis
 V.22
 V.23
 Bell 212A & Bell 103
* Depending on the model
Types of dialing  Pulses
 Tones
Error correction V.42 designs error correction with the LAP-M and MNP protocols:
protocols  LAP-M (“Link Access Procedure for Modems”)
 MNP 2-4 (“Microcom Networking Protocol”)

Data compression  V.42bis


 MNP 5

Fax Standards ITU-T


 V.17
 V.29
 V.27ter
 V.21 ch.2 (Class 1 and 1.0 Commands)

Speed 56 Kbps per port

Other  DTMF (“Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency”) – Dialing through tones


Characteristics  “Caller ID” call and detection together
 Configures the number of times this rings before hook off
 Configures the tone duration and the wait time
T ABLE 1. PMC 2 ANALOG MODEM CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

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PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC 2 Analog Modem card:

A B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC 2 ANALOG MODEM CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A, B 1, 2. RJ-11 connector.

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC 2 ANALOG MODEM CARD

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Installing the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC 2 Analog Modem
expansion cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card

To install or replace a PMC 2 Analog Modem card, please see the PMC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card: LEDs

The PMC 2 Analog Modem expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

PMC 2 Analog Modem card has 2 RJ-11connectors:

RJ-11 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts. The two connectors are the same,
consequently only one image is shown:

FIGURE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-11 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 TIP
4 RING
5 --
6 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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PMC
2 SFP EXPANSION
CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm609-I Rev. 1.0
May, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC 2 SFP Expansion Card ............................................................................................................................ 3
PMC 2 SFP expansion card: Characteristics .............................................................................................. 4
PMC 2 SFP expansion card: Connectors .................................................................................................... 4
Installing the PMC 2 SFP expansion card ...................................................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC 2 SFP expansion card .............................................................................. 6
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 7
PMC 2 SFP expansion card: LEDs............................................................................................................... 7
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 7

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC 2 SFP cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC 2 SFP expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC 2 SFP expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC 2 SFP cards in OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC 2 SFP
cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC 2 SFP cards characteristics.
• PMC 2 SFP cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC 2 SFP cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC 2 SFP Expansion Card
This manual is about the Gigabit Ethernet 2-port PMC SFP card:

The PMC 2 SFP card (“Small Form-Factor Pluggable”) provides connectivity to two Gigabit
Ethernet devices or to two networks.

FIGURE 1. PMC 2 SFP CARD

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PMC 2 SFP expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC 2 SFP expansion card are as follows:

Ports 2 SFP Gigabit Ethernet ports

Standards IEEE
 802.1Q (VLAN)
 1000 BASE-X

Types  LX/LH (single-mode 1310 nm)


 SX (multi-mode 850 nm)

Speed  1000 Mbps duplex (per interface)

T ABLE 1. PMC 2 SFP CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC 2 SFP expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC 2 SFP:

A B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC 2 SFP

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A,B SFP Ports

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC 2 SFP CARD

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Installing the PMC 2 SFP expansion card
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC 2 SFP expansion
cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC 2 SFP expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC 2 SFP expansion card

To install or replace a PMC 2 SFP card, please see the PMC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC 2 SFP expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for
its connector.

PMC 2 SFP expansion card: LEDs

The PMC 2 SFP expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

N/A.

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PMC E1/T1
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm610-I Rev. 2.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC E1/T1 Expansion Cards ......................................................................................................................... 3
PMC E1/T1 expansion card: Characteristics.............................................................................................. 4
PMC E1/T1 expansion card: Connectors ................................................................................................... 4
E1/T1 PMC expansion card: Installation and Maintenance .......................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC E1/T1 expansion card ............................................................................. 6
Additional Installation Notes................................................................................................................. 6
Substituting the fuses................................................................................................................................ 7
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 8
PMC E1/T1 expansion card: LEDS ............................................................................................................. 8
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 8

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC E1/T1 cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC E1/T1 expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC E1/T1 expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC E1/T1 cards in OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC E1/T1
cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC E1/T1 cards characteristics.
• PMC E1/T1 cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC E1/T1 cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC E1/T1 Expansion Cards
The E1/T1card is a Standard 1 slot PMC card (1-interface card). The card is inserted into one of
the device’s free PCI slots.

The ITU-T recommendations the specifications are based on are as follows:

• G.703 (PMD)
• G.704

FIGURE 1. PMC E1/T1 CARD

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PMC E1/T1 expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC E1/T1 card are as follows:

Port 1 RJ-45 port

Standards ANSI
 T1. 403
ITU-T
 G.703 (2Mb unstructured)
 G.704 (nx64Kb up to 2 Mb structured)

Speed  2 Mbps per E1 port


 1544 Kbps per T1 port
T ABLE 1. PMC E1/T1 CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC E1/T1 expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC E1/T1 card:

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC E1/T1 CARD

The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A E1/T1. RJ45 Connector

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC E1/T1 CARD

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E1/T1 PMC expansion card: Installation and Maintenance

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC E1/T1 expansion
cards in the OA58XX routers and their maintenance.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC E1/T1 expansion card

• Substituting the fuses

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC E1/T1 expansion card

To install or replace a PMC E1/T1 card, please see the PMC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

Additional Installation Notes

A ferrite clamp provided with the card must be installed as shown in Figure 4 to achieve EMI
compliance. It must be placed around the interface cables as shown in the photo, and close to the
card connector. If you need to remove it for any reason, the lock can only be opened with the
black plastic key as shown in Figure 5.

FIGURE 3. COMPONENTS FIGURE 4. FERRITE CLAMP INSTALLATION

FIGURE 5. H OW TO OPEN THE LOCK

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Substituting the fuses

In cases where a fuse blows, the technician, who is in charge of maintaining the device, must
substitute it for a new LittelFuse 04611.25ER model.

The electric specifications are as follows:

Amps (A) 1,25


Maximum voltage (V) 600

The fuses used in this card are specifically for telecommunications; consequently, the use of
fuses that are different from those recommended (LittelFuse 04611.25ER), even if they share the
same electrical characteristics, can affect the performance of the card.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC E1/T1 expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for
its connector.

PMC E1/T1 expansion card: LEDS

The PMC E1/T1 expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

The following figure shows the RJ-45 connector pinout, where the E1 port has an impedance of
120 Ohms and the T1 port 100 Ohms.

FIGURE 6. CONNECTOR RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin Signal


1 Rx+
2 Rx-
3 --
4 Tx+
5 Tx-
6 --
7 --
8 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


The Tx signals are considered as outgoing and the Rx as incoming.

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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PMC
SFP EXPANSION
CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm611-I Rev. 1.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC SFP Expansion Card ............................................................................................................................... 3
PMC SFP expansion card: Characteristics ................................................................................................. 4
PMC SFP expansion card: Connectors ....................................................................................................... 4
Installing the PMC SFP expansion card ......................................................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC SFP expansion card ................................................................................. 6
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 7
PMC SFP expansion card: LEDs.................................................................................................................. 7
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 7

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC SFP cards in the OA58XX router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC SFP expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC SFP expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC SFP cards in OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC SFP
cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC SFP cards characteristics
• PMC SFP cards connectors
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC SFP cards

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I Installation of PMC expansion card for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC SFP Expansion Card
This manual is about the Gigabit Ethernet 1-port PMC SFP card:

The PMC SFP card (“Small Form-Factor Pluggable”) provides connectivity to a single Gigabit
Ethernet device or to a network.

FIGURE 1. PMC SFP CARD

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PMC SFP expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC SFP expansion card are as follows:

Ports 1 SFP Gigabit Ethernet port

Standards IEEE
 802.1Q (VLAN)
 1000 BASE-X

Types  LX/LH (single-mode 1310 nm)


 SX (multi-mode 850 nm)

Speed  1000 Mbps duplex

T ABLE 1. PMC SFP CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC SFP expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC SFP:

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC SFP

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A SFP port

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE SFP CARD

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Installing the PMC SFP expansion card

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC SFP expansion cards
in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC SFP expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC SFP expansion card

To install or replace a PMC SFP card, please see the PMC cards installation generic manual
corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC SFP expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for its
connector.

PMC SFP expansion card: LEDs

The PMC SFP expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

N/A.

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(2W)EXPANSION
CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm612-I Rev. 2.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC G.SHDSL (2W) Expansion Cards ............................................................................................................ 3
PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: Characteristics ................................................................................ 4
PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: Connectors ...................................................................................... 4
Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) Expansion Card ........................................................................................ 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 7
Installing or replacing the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card ................................................................ 8
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 9
PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: LEDs................................................................................................. 9
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 9
RJ-11 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 9

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC G.SHDSL (2W)
expansion cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) cards in
OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC
G.SHDSL (2W) cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC G.SHDSL (2W) cards characteristics.
• PMC G.SHDSL (2W) cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm742-I SHDSL.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC G.SHDSL (2W) Expansion Cards
This manual is about the 2-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card.

The G.shdsl standard (Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line), ITU G.991.2
recommendation describes a method for data transmission in telecommunications access
networks.

The main characteristics for this technology are as follows:

 Digital implementation
 TC-PAM: Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation
 Variable transmission rate

For further information on SHDSL technology, please see manual “ALU-Dm742-I SHDSL”.

FIGURE 1. PMC G.SHDSL (2W) CARD

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PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the 2-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card are as follows:

Ports 1 RJ11 G.SHDSL port. Annexes A and B, 2 wires

Standards ITU-T
 G.SHDSL (G.991.2)
 G.Handshake (G.994.1)

Symmetrical Rate Up to 2 Mbps (2 wires)

Operating Modes User device:


 CPE (“Customer Premises Equipment”)

Central device:
 CO (“Central Office”)

Transport Mode ATM (“Asynchronous Transfer Mode”)

ATM Adaptation AAL5 (“ATM Adaptation Layers”)


Layer  SAR sublevel (“Segmentation and Reassembly”)

Number of Up to 31 PVCs in the ATM


permanent virtual
circuits(PVC)

Other MPPP over different cards (inverse MUX)


characteristics

T ABLE 1. PMC G.SHDSL (2W) E XPANSION CARD : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the 2-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card:

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC G.SHDSL (2W) CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

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Item Description

A RJ-11 G.SHDSL connector, 2 wires

T ABLE 2. ELEMENT T ABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC G.SHDSL (2W) CARD

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Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) Expansion Card

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC G.SHDSL (2W)
expansion cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card.

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion cards operate properly, you need to load the
appropriate firmware file for each card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed PMC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000d.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000d.bfw Conexant Orion SHDSL
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card

To install or replace a PMC G.SHDSL (2W) card, please see the PMC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card: LEDs

The 2-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

PMC G.SHDSL (2W) expansion card has one RJ11 connector:

RJ-11 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts.

FIGURE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-11 pin Signal


1 Line 2
2 Líne 2
3 Line 1
4 Line 1
5 --
6 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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VDSL2/ADSL
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm613-I Rev. 1.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 1
Who should read this manual ................................................................................................................... 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
VDSL2/ADSL Expansion Cards ....................................................................................................................... 3
VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: Characteristics............................................................................................ 4
VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: Connectors ................................................................................................. 5
Installing the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card ................................................................................................... 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 7
Installing or replacing the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card ........................................................................... 8
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 9
VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: LEDs ............................................................................................................ 9
Pinouts del conector ................................................................................................................................. 9
RJ-11 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 9

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the VDSL2/ADSL cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the VDSL2/ADSL expansion
cards.

Warnings and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the VDSL2/ADSL expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the VDSL2/ADSL cards in OA58XX
routers.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install
VDSL2/ADSL cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• VDSL2/ADSL cards characteristics.
• VDSL2/ADSL cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the VDSL2/ADSL cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm-614-I xDSL Expansion Cards for the OA58XX.


ALU-Dm-693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm-741-I ADSL-VDSL.
ALU-Dm-748-I Software Updating.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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VDSL2/ADSL Expansion Cards

ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. ADSL is a model within the xDSL family
(HDSL, SDSL, etc.). This is a technology which is based on a normal copper pair telephone line,
converts this into a high-speed digital line offering broadband services. ADSL is a modem
technology permitting you to simultaneously transmit voice and data over a conventional copper
line. Three independent channels are established for this:

 Two high-speed channels (one for data reception and the other to transmit data).
 A third channel for normal voice communications (basic telephone service)

VDSL2 stands for Very high bit rate Digital Subscriber Line version 2, which is defined in the
ITU G.993.2 standard.

VDSL2 has evolved from the ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ technologies and the main differences are
as follows:

 Upstream and downstream channel multiplicity.


 Supports up to 200 Mbps, symmetric (profile 30a).
 It only uses FDM mode, EC mode isn’t defined (echo cancelation or carrier overlapping).
 Permits a new encapsulation to be used: PTM.

For further information on ADSL and VDSL thecnologies, please see manual “ALU-Dm-741-I
ADSL-VDSL”.

FIGURE 1. VDSL2/ADSL CARD

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VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the VDSL2/ADSL expansion cards are as follows:

ADSL

Ports One RJ11 VDSL2/ADSL port, Annex A/M

Standards ANSI
 T1.413 Issue 2
ITU
 G.992.1 (G.DMT) Annex A: "Full Rate ADSL over POTS"
 G.992.2 (G.Lite) "Lite ADSL over POTS"
 G.992.3 (ADSL2):
o Annex A: "ADSL2 over POTS"
o Annex L: "RE-ADSL2 over POTS"
o Annex M: "ADSL2 with extended upstream over
POTS"
 G.992.5 (ADSL2+):
o Annex A: "ADSL2+ over POTS"
o Annex M: "ADSL2+ with extended upstream over
POTS"
Downstream Speed 27 Mbps

Updtream Speed 3 Mbps

Other characteristics Dying Gasp:


 ITU G.991.2 standard recommendation
VDSL2

Ports One RJ-11 VDSL2/ADSL port, Annex A/M

Standards ITU-T
 G.993.2 (Annex A y B)
o Profiles: 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a

Downstream Speed Up to 100 Mbps

Upstream Speed Up to 50 Mbps

Tranfer Mode  ATM (“Asynchronous Transfer Mode”)


 PTM (“Packet Transfer Mode”)

Other characteristics  PTM Transmission Convergence (PTM-TC)


o G.993.2 Anexo K
 Dual-Latency supported
 Power spectral density (PSD) mask complying with G.993.2
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 Minimum protection to impulsive noise to 2
Dying Gasp:
 ITU G.991.2 standard recommendation

Link diagnostics  Channel Characteristics per subcarrier


complying with G.993.2  Quiet Line Noise per subcarrier
 Signal-to-Noise Ratio per subcarrier
 Loop Attenuation per band
 Signal Attenuation per band
 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin per band
 Attainable Net Data Rate
 Far-end Actual Aggregate transmit power
T ABLE 1. VDSL2/ADSL E XPANSION CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: Connectors

The following figure shows the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card connector.

FIGURE 2. VDSL2/ADSL E XPANSION CARD CONNECTOR

Los elementos de la placa frontal son los siguientes:

Item Description

A Conector RJ-11 Connector

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS TABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE VDSL2/ADSL CARD

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Installing the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the VDSL2/ADSL expansion
cards in OA58XX router.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a VDSL2/ADSL expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX router through a console or
a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm-693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the cards operate properly, you need to load the appropriate firmware file for each card in
the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw000013.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw000013.bfw Broadcom 63268 TSS-mode v3.1
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card

To install or replace a VDSL2/ADSL card, please see the “ALU-Dm-614-I xDSL Expansion
Cards for the OA58XX Installation” manual.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the VDSL2/ADSL expansion card LEDs and the pinouts
for its connector.

VDSL2/ADSL expansion card: LEDs

The VDSL2/ADSL expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Pinouts del conector

VDSL2/ADSL expansion card has one RJ-11 connector:

RJ-11 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts.

FIGURE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-11 pin Signal


1 --
2 --
3 TIP
4 RING
5 --
6 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

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We recommend you at the very least use a 26 AWG cable. This may be supplied with the card
itself or described in the safety instructions.

WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, only use a 26 AWG cable or a cable with a larger
diameter.

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Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
When should I read this manual? ............................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
What is not in this manual? ...................................................................................................................... 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 2
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
Expansion cards for the OA58XX ................................................................................................................... 3
Expansion slots for the OA58XX xDSL expansion cards ............................................................................ 4
Software compatibility .............................................................................................................................. 5
Installation Procedure ................................................................................................................................... 6
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 6
Installing native expansion cards in the OA58XX ...................................................................................... 7
Installing a xDSL expansion card in SLOT 3............................................................................................ 7

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the instructions that you need to follow in order to
correctly install xDSL expansion cards in the OA58XX.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the OA58XX router family.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is support personnel who need to install, configure, maintain
and monitor the device.

When should I read this manual?

Read this guide as soon as you are ready to familiarize yourself with the device and its
components.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics that this device offers for the installation of
expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install xDSL expansion cards in the device.

What is not in this manual?

This does not contain information on the device software nor information on the configuration.
For information on how to configure the device, please see the manuals for the different
protocols in the following web: www.alcatel-lucent.com.

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How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install xDSL
expansion cards in the OA58XX router.

The content in the document is divided into two parts. The first part describes the expansion
possibilities that the device offers through cards.

The second part sets out a detailed list of common installation steps for the xDSL expansion
cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

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Expansion cards for the OA58XX
The OA58XX is a modular router that offers the possibility to increase its interfaces and features
through different types of expansion cards. There is a more detailed description to be found on
the OA58XX and on its installation in manual “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation”. These
cards can be divided into three categories depending on the interface being used to connect to the
device motherboard.

• PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card): these cards interconnect with the device’s motherboard
through the PCI (Peripherical Component Interconnect) bus.

• Cards with an OA58XX native connector: these cards use an interconnection bus whose
specifications are native to the OA58XX.

• MiniPOE card: optional expansion module that adds the POE (Power Over Ethernet)
feature to the OA58XX 8-port Switch.

The router has a limited number of slots to install each of the types of cards. The following table
rounds up the number of available slots and a brief description on the feature that you obtain
depending on the type of card.

Type of card Available slots Features

PMC 2 E&M, PRI, G.SHDSL, BRI, ISDN,


FXS/FXO, MODEM ANALOG., SFPs,
SERIAL, E1/T1, etc.

Native 1 ADSL2+, VDSL

MiniPOE 1 PoE (Power Over Ethernet)

T ABLE 1. SLOTS AVAILABLE DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF EXPANSION CARD

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Expansion slots for the OA58XX xDSL expansion cards

This section details the numeration and the location of the device elements that simplify the
installation of native expansion cards.

The following figure shows the rear panel.

A B

FIGURE 1. REAR PANEL

The rear panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A SLOT 2. Expansion slot for PMC-PCI cards.

B SLOT 3. Expansion slots for xDSL cards.

T ABLE 2. ELEMENTS EXPANSION TABLE FOR THE REAR PANEL

The following figure shows the top panel.

FIGURE 2. T OP PANEL

The top panel elements are as follows:


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Item Description

A Flap that provides access to install the expansion cards.

T ABLE 3. T OP PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

The following figure shows the side panel.

FIGURE 3. S IDE PANEL

The side panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A Securing screws for the flap on the top panel.

T ABLE 4. SIDE PANEL ELEMENTS TABLE

Software compatibility

If you use an expansion card in a router, make sure that it has a compatible software version and
it also has the corresponding license for the said card’s feature.

For further information, please see the installation manual that corresponds to the card.

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Installation Procedure

Warnings and notes

Warnings

Before installing or uninstalling any card in the OA58XX routers, please bear the following
advice in mind:

The equipment and cards must be handled by qualified personnel; contrariwise, the device
may be damaged and consequently malfunction.

This device contains elements that are sensitive to electrostatic surges and shocks, therefore it
is essential when handling the equipment that an antistatic wriststrap is connected to the device
chassis and this is placed on an antistatic mat; and furthermore avoiding any kind of contact
between the device components and necklaces, bracelets, rings, ties etc.

Always place the components on an antistatic surface.

Do NOT switch on the device before checking that all the components (chassis, power source,
fans, etc.) are correctly connected.

Notes

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the appropriate
features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the specifications of this
manual without prior notice
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as information
guideline only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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Installing native expansion cards in the OA58XX

The OA58XX has one expansion slot (SLOT 3), which permit you to increase its features and
interfaces by inserting native expansion cards. For a more detailed description on the OA58XX
device and on its installation, please see manual “ ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation”.

Installing a xDSL expansion card in SLOT 3

SLOT 3 is located in the center of the device’s “Rear Panel”. In this case, we insert an xDSL
expansion board in this SLOT.
A A
B

FIGURE 4. XDSL CARDS E XPANSION SLOT

Item Description

A Screws to hold the cover of the expansion module in SLOT 3.

B xDSL expansion module.

T ABLE 5. SLOT 3 EXPANSION SLOT ELEMENTS TABLE

In order to correctly insert or replace the xDSL expansion cards, please follow the steps given
below:
Before opening the device, please check that:

 You have all the elements described on the packing list and the card going to be installed
is the correct one.

 The device permits the upgrading (the label located on the underside of the device
indicating the type of hardware should say: HW: ATxxx-yyy, i.e. one of the routers from
the OA58XX family).

 You have the necessary tools:


• Screwdriver
• Screws and washers

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WARNING:
Electric supply current for telephone and communication cables is dangerous. To prevent
electric shock while installing, moving or opening the device covers, cables should be
disconnected and connected as follows:

1. Disconnecting the device:


a. Switch off the router. To do this put the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position.
b. Disconnect the power supply cable from the device.
c. Disconnect the data cables.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. See Figure 5.

FIGURE 5. REMOVING THE SCREWS FOR THE TOP PANEL FLAP

4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Put it in a safe place.

5. Find the place where the xDSL expansion board needs to be located.

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FIGURE 6. L OCATION OF THE XDSL E XPANSION CARD

6. Remove lid which holds the back cover located on the rear panel.

FIGURE 7. L ID COVER FOR XDSL

7. With the help of a screwdriver, remove the cover covering the expansion slot.

FIGURE 8. REMOVING THE EXPANSION SLOT COVER FROM SLOT 3

8. Place the xDSL expansion card so that this firstly adjusts to the space on the device rear
RJ-11 and subsequently to the motherboard connection. This operation must be carefully
carried out without forcing any piece or part of the device. Check that the board is
clearly settled over the motherboard connector

9. Screw the board to the standoff posts. For this use two screws with their corresponding
washers. Firmly tighten the screws without damaging the board

10. Replace the expansion slot cover and screw it down.

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FIGURE 9. PLACING THE EXPANSION SLOT 3 COVER

11. Place the upper panel flap and screw it down using the screws. See Figure 10.

FIGURE 10. PLACING THE FLAP SCREWS ON THE UPPER PANEL


12. Connect and switch on the device:

a. Make sure that the device power supply switch is OFF.


b. Connect all the data cables.
c. Connect the power supply cable.
d. Put the ON/OFF switch to the ON position.

13. Should you detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps
have been carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual
supplier.

14. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the xDSL board:

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BIOS CODE DUMP....................


BIOS DATA DUMP.....
End of BIOS dump

FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Apr 5 2013 15:59:21 L1


Current date: Jun 24 2013, Monday Current time: 11:52:39
OFS

System Info:
PCB:0x129 GPPORCR:0x00290000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs: CCB=396000 CPU0/1=792000/792000 DDR(clk)=330000 LBUS=49500 PCI0/1=0/0
Watchdog:Enabled
MMU Mode:Dynamic
ICache:ON DCache:ON Write-Back L2Cache:ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:

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GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
ADSL CARD 0x08
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host (Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 37


Current software license: 28 2015
S/N: 757/00155
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MINIPOE EXPANSION
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Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm615-I Rev. 1.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
When should I read this manual? ............................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
What is not in this manual? ...................................................................................................................... 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 2
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
Expansion cards for the OA58XX ................................................................................................................... 3
Software compatibility .............................................................................................................................. 4
Installation Procedure ................................................................................................................................... 5
Warnings and notes .................................................................................................................................. 5
Installing MiniPOE expansion cards in the OA58XX .................................................................................. 6
Installing a MiniPoE expansion card...................................................................................................... 6

i
About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the instructions that you need to follow in order to
correctly install MiniPOE expansion cards in the OA58XX.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the OA58XX router family.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is support personnel who need to install, configure, maintain
and monitor the device.

When should I read this manual?

Read this guide as soon as you are ready to familiarize yourself with the device and its
components.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics that this device offers for the installation of
expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install MiniPOE expansion cards in the device.

What is not in this manual?

This does not contain information on the device software nor information on the configuration.
For information on how to configure the device, please see the manuals for the different
protocols in the following web: www.alcatel-lucent.com.

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How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install MiniPOE
expansion cards in the OA58XX router.

The content in the document is divided into two parts. The first part describes the expansion
possibilities that the device offers through cards.

The second part sets out a detailed list of common installation steps for the MiniPOE expansion
cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm-693-I OA58XX Installation.

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Expansion cards for the OA58XX
The OA58XX is a modular router that offers the possibility to increase its interfaces and features
through different types of expansion cards. There is a more detailed description to be found on
the OA58XX and on its installation in manual “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation”. These
cards can be divided into three categories depending on the interface being used to connect to the
device motherboard.

• PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card): these cards interconnect with the device’s motherboard
through the PCI (Peripherical Component Interconnect) bus.

• Cards with an OA58XX native connector: these cards use an interconnection bus whose
specifications are native to the OA58XX.

• MiniPOE card: optional expansion module that adds the POE (Power Over Ethernet)
feature to the OA58XX 8-port Switch.

The router has a limited number of slots to install each of the types of cards. The following table
rounds up the number of available slots and a brief description on the feature that you obtain
depending on the type of card.

Type of card Available slots Features

PMC 2 E&M, PRI, G.SHDSL, BRI, ISDN,


FXS/FXO, MODEM ANALOG., SFPs,
SERIAL, E1/T1, etc.

Native 1 ADSL2+, VDSL

MiniPOE 1 PoE (Power Over Ethernet)

T ABLE 1. SLOTS AVAILABLE DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF EXPANSION CARD

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Software compatibility

If you use an expansion card in a router, make sure that it has a compatible software version and
it also has the corresponding license for the said card’s feature.

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Installation Procedure

Warnings and notes

Warnings

Before installing or uninstalling any card in the OA58XX routers, please bear the following
advice in mind:

The equipment and cards must be handled by qualified personnel; contrariwise, the device
may be damaged and consequently malfunction.

This device contains elements that are sensitive to electrostatic surges and shocks, therefore it
is essential when handling the equipment that an antistatic wriststrap is connected to the device
chassis and this is placed on an antistatic mat; and furthermore avoiding any kind of contact
between the device components and necklaces, bracelets, rings, ties etc.

Always place the components on an antistatic surface.

Do NOT switch on the device before checking that all the components (chassis, power source,
fans, etc.) are correctly connected.

Notes

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the appropriate
features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the specifications of this
manual without prior notice
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as information
guideline only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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Installing MiniPOE expansion cards in the OA58XX

The OA58XX has a secured flap where you can access the connector used to expand the router
through the insertion of a MiniPOE card. For a more detailed description on the OA58XX device
and on its installation, please see manual “ALU-Dm-693-I OA58XX Installation”.

Installing a MiniPoE expansion card

In order to correctly insert or replace the xDSL expansion cards, please follow the steps given
below:
Before opening the device, please check that:

 You have all the elements described on the packing list and the card going to be installed
is the correct one.

 The device permits the upgrading (the label located on the underside of the device
indicating the type of hardware should say: HW: ATxxx-yyy, i.e. one of the routers from
the OA58XX family).

 You have the necessary tools:


• Screwdriver
• Screws and washers

WARNING:
Electric supply current for telephone and communication cables is dangerous. To prevent
electric shock while installing, moving or opening the device covers, cables should be
disconnected and connected as follows:

1. Disconnecting the device:


a. Switch off the router. To do this put the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position.
b. Disconnect the power supply cable from the device.
c. Disconnect the data cables.

2. Remove the device from the workplace and place it in a stable, safe place where it can be
easily accessed and handled.

3. Remove the screws from the side panel in order to be able to dismantle the flap that
provides the access to installing the expansion cards. See Figure 1.

FIGURE 1. REMOVING THE SCREWS FOR THE TOP PANEL FLAP

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4. Once the screws have been removed, in order to remove the flap you need to slide it,
disconnecting the grooves that ensure the flap is attached to the top panel, and finally
remove it by lifting it. Put it in a safe place.

5. Find the place where the MiniPoE expansion board needs to be located.

MiniPoE
Connectors

FIGURE 2. L OCATION OF THE MINI POE E XPANSION CARD

6. Place the MiniPoE card so this adjusts to the two connectors. This operation must be
carefully carried out without forcing any piece or part of the device. Make sure that the
card is clearly settled over the connectors.

7. Place the upper panel flap and screw it down using the screws. See Figure 3.

FIGURE 3. PLACING THE FLAP SCREWS ON THE UPPER PANEL


8. Connect and switch on the device:

a. Make sure that the device power supply switch is OFF.


b. Connect all the data cables.
c. Connect the power supply cable.
d. Put the ON/OFF switch to the ON position.

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9. Should you detect any problems, switch off the device and make sure that the above steps
have been carried out correctly. If the problem persists, please contact your usual
supplier.

10. Connect a terminal to the console and check that the device detects the MiniPoE
expansion card:

**************************************************
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BIOS CODE DUMP....................


BIOS DATA DUMP.....
End of BIOS dump

FLASH BIOS CODE VERSION: 02.01 Apr 5 2013 15:59:21 L1


Current date: Jun 24 2013, Monday Current time: 11:52:39
OFS

System Info:
PCB:0x129 GPPORCR:0x00290000 PVR:0x80212051 SVR:0x80EC0011
CLKs: CCB=396000 CPU0/1=792000/792000 DDR(clk)=330000 LBUS=49500 PCI0/1=0/0
Watchdog:Enabled
MMU Mode:Dynamic
ICache:ON DCache:ON Write-Back L2Cache:ON

Mem Info:
DRAM size: 512 Megabytes
BANK 0: 512 Megabytes (detected)
FLASH: 65024 KB.
NVRAM: 128 KB.
EEPROM: 2048 Bytes.

Devices:
GIGABIT ETHERNET 1
GIGABIT ETHERNET 2
ADSL CARD 0x08
LAN OVER SWITCH
SWITCH(8) 10/100 CARD 0x18
POE CARD 1
SECURITY ENGINE
Slot 1 - PCI device: PowerPC processor, Host (Bus: 10, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1957, Device: 0x0100)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: PCI-to-PCI bridge
(Bus: 11, Device: 0, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x10B5, Device: 0x8112)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x0000, Subs. Device: 0x0000)
Slot 1 - PCI device: bridge
(Bus: 12, Device: 14, Function: 0)
(Vendor: 0x1057, Device: 0x18C1)
(Subs. Vendor: 0x5444, Subs. Device: 0x1700)

Current production date: 11 37


Current software license: 28 2015
S/N: 757/00155
BIOS MAC Add: 00-a0-26-a2-00-dc
>>
.....
....
TRYING APP DUMP
(CONFIGURED) appcode1.bin ver.: 0.11.0.1 0.0.0.0
APP0 CODE DUMP. Mode: 0.................................................................
APP0 DATA DUMP..........................................................................

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APP CODE
DUMP....................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................................................
.........................
APP DATA DUMP...........................................................................
Running application at: 0x00200140
Flash configuration read
Parsing text mode configuration ...
Configuration parsed
Initializing

Press any key to get started

Once the MiniPoE card has been installed, you can connect the PoE power source to the router:

FIGURE 4. CONNECTING THE POE POWER SOURCE TO THE ROUTER

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PMC G.SHDSL (4W)
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm616-I Rev. 1.0
June, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warning and notes .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC G.SHDSL (4W) Expansion Cards ............................................................................................................ 3
PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: Characteristics ................................................................................ 4
PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: Connectors ...................................................................................... 5
Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) Expansion Card ........................................................................................ 6
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 7
Determining the firmware file............................................................................................................... 7
Installing or replacing the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card ................................................................ 8
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 9
PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: LEDs................................................................................................. 9
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 9
RJ-11 Connector .................................................................................................................................... 9

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC G.SHDSL (4W)
expansion cards.

Warning and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) cards in
OA58XX routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC
G.SHDSL (4W) cards in the OA58XX router family.

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• PMC G.SHDSL (4W) cards characteristics.
• PMC G.SHDSL (4W) cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.
ALU-Dm742-I SHDSL.
ALU-Dm748-I Software Updating.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC G.SHDSL (4W) Expansion Cards
This manual is about the 4-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card.

The G.shdsl standard (Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line), ITU G.991.2
recommendation describes a method for data transmission in telecommunications access
networks.

The main characteristics for this technology are as follows:

 Digital implementation
 TC-PAM: Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation
 Variable transmission rate

For further information on SHDSL technology, please see manual “ALU-Dm742-I SHDSL”.

FIGURE 1. PMC G.SHDSL (4W) CARD

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PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the 4-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card are as follows:

Ports 1 RJ11 G.SHDSL port. Annexes A and B, 4 wires

Standards ITU-T
 G.SHDSL (G.991.2)
 G.Handshake (G.994.1) – Link negotiation

Symmetrical Rate Up to 4 Mbps (4 wires)

Operating Modes User device:


 CPE (“Customer Premises Equipment”)
Central device:
 CO (“Central Office”)

Transport Mode ATM (“Asynchronous Transfer Mode”)

ATM Adaptation AAL5 (“ATM Adaptation Layers”)


Layer  Subnivel SAR (“Segmentation and Reassembly”)

Number of Up to 31 PVCs in the ATM


permanent virtual
circuits (PVC)

Other Possibility of being used with 2-wires


characteristics

T ABLE 1. PMC G.SHDSL (4W) E XPANSION CARD : CHARACTERISTICS

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PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the 4-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card:

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC G.SHDSL (4W) CARD

The front board elements are as follows:

Item Description

A RJ11 G.SHDSL connector, 4 wires

T ABLE 2. ELEMENT T ABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC G.SHDSL (4W) CARD

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Installing the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) Expansion Card
This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC G.SHDSL (4W)
expansion cards in OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

So that the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion cards operate properly, you need to load the
appropriate firmware file for each card in the router.

If the firmware has not been loaded in the device prior to installing the card, you can determine
what firmware file you need.

Determining the firmware file

We have two options to determine the firmware file needed for the installed PMC card:

FTP “quote site listfirmwares” command

The FTP command “quote site listfirmwares” returns a list containing the names of the
firmware files needed so the device operates correctly:

ftp> quote site listfirmwares


211 fw00000d.bfw
ftp>

The “system firmwares-required” Monitoring command

The “system firmwares-required” monitoring command displays the same information as the
previous command but in the local console:

+system firmwares-required

List of required firmwares for detected hardware


------------------------------------------------
Filename Description
-------------- ---------------------------------------------------
fw00000d.bfw Conexant Orion SHDSL
+

Once the necessary firmware file has been detected, you need to load it in the device through an
FTP connection.

For further information on how to load firmware files in the router, please see manual “ALU-
Dm748-I Software Updating”.

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Installing or replacing the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card

To install or replace a PMC G.SHDSL (4W) card, please see the PMC cards installation generic
manual corresponding to the OA58XX router model where the installation is being carried out.

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card: LEDs

The 4-wire PMC G.SHDSL expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

PMC G.SHDSL (4W) expansion card has one RJ11 connector.

RJ-11 Connector

The following figure shows the RJ-11 connector pinouts.

FIGURE 3. RJ-11 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

The following tables display the information associated to each connector pin, depending on the
selected option:

Option 1 (pin 1, pin2): Option 2 (pin 2, pin 5):


RJ-11 pin Signal RJ-11 pin Signal
1 RING2 1 --
2 TIP2 2 TIP2
3 TIP1 3 TIP1
4 RING1 4 RING1
5 -- 5 RING2
6 -- 6 --

T ABLE 3. O PTION 1 PINOUTS T ABLE 4. O PTION 2 PINOUTS

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PMC 4 E1/T1
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm617-I Rev. 2.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warning and notes .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC 4 E1/T1 Expansion Cards ...................................................................................................................... 3
PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Characteristic ............................................................................................ 4
PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Connectors ................................................................................................ 4
PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Installation .................................................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card .......................................................................... 6
Additional Installation Notes................................................................................................................. 6
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 7
PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: LEDs ........................................................................................................... 7
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 7

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC 4 E1/T1 cards in the OA58XX router
family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion
cards.

Warning and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion cards.


• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC 4 E1/T1 cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC 4 E1/T1
cards in the OA58XX router family:

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• PMC 4 E1/T1 cards characteristics.
• PMC 4 E1/T1 cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC 4 E1/T1 cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC 4 E1/T1 Expansion Cards

The E1/T1 card format is a 2 slot Standard PMC (card with 4 interfaces). The card is inserted
into one of the free PCI slots in the router.

The ITU-T recommendations the specifications are based on are as follows:

• G.703 (PMD)
• G.704

FIGURE 1. PMC 4 E1/T1 CARD

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PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Characteristic

The main characteristics of the PMC 4 E1/T1 card are as follows:

Ports 4 RJ-45 ports

Standards ANSI
 T1. 403
ITU-T
 G.703 (2Mb unstructured)
 G.704 (nx64Kb up to 2 Mb structured)

Speed  2 Mbps per E1 port


 1544 Kbps per T1 port
T ABLE 1. PMC 4 E1/T1 CARDS : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC 4 E1/T1 card:

A B C D

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC 4 E1/T1 CARD

The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A, B, C, D 4 E1/T1 DATA. RJ-45 Connectors

T ABLE 2. ELEMENT T ABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC 4 E1/T1 CARD

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PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: Installation

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion
cards in the OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card

To install or replace a PMC 4 E1/T1 card, please see “ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards
OA58XX Installation” manual where the installation is being carried out.

Additional Installation Notes

A ferrite clamp provided with the card must be installed as shown in Figure 3 and Figure 4 to
achieve EMI compliance. It must be placed around the interface cables as shown in the photo,
and close to the card connector. If you need to remove it for any reason, the lock can only be
opened with the black plastic key as shown in Figure 5.

FIGURE 3 AND FIGURE 4. FERRITE CLAMP INSTALLATION

FIGURE 5. H OW TO OPEN THE LOCK


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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for
its connector.

PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card: LEDs

The PMC 4 E1/T1 expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

The following figure shows the RJ-45 connector pinout, where the E1 port has an impedance of
120 Ohms and the T1 port 100 Ohms.

FIGURE 6. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

RJ-45 pin Signal


1 Rx+
2 Rx-
3 --
4 Tx+
5 Tx-
6 --
7 --
8 --

T ABLE 3. RJ-45 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


The Tx signals are considered as outgoing and the Rx as incoming.

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PMC SERIAL WAN
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm618-I Rev. 2.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warning and notes .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC Serial WAN Expansion Cards................................................................................................................. 3
PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Characteristics ..................................................................................... 4
PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Connectors .......................................................................................... 4
PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Installation............................................................................................... 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC Serial WAN expansion card..................................................................... 6
Additional Instalation Notes.................................................................................................................. 6
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 7
PMC Serial WAN expansion card: LEDs ..................................................................................................... 7
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 7
DB-25 Connector ................................................................................................................................... 7
Definition of the pigtail to use depending on the required norm ........................................................ 8

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC Serial WAN cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC Serial WAN
expansion cards.

Warning and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC Serial WAN expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC Serial WAN cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC Serial
WAN cards in the OA58XX router family:

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• PMC Serial WAN characteristics.
• PMC Serial WAN cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC Serial WAN cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC Serial WAN Expansion Cards

A serial port is a physical communications interface in serial over which information is


transferred, sending or receiving one bit each time through the same cable.

Depending on the type of transmission, the serial ports may be synchronous or asynchronous. In
cases regarding this card, this mode is configurable.

FIGURE 1. PMC SERIAL WAN CARD

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PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC Serial WAN expansion card are as follows:

Port 1 DB-25 port

Standards  V.24
 V.35
 X.21

*Configurable through software

Speed Up to 2 Mbps full-duplex

Operating modes Depending on the cable:


 DTE (“Data Terminal Equipment”)
 DCE (“Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment”)

T ABLE 1. PMC SERIAL WAN CARDS: CHARACTERISTICS

PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC Serial WAN card:

B A B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC S ERIAL WAN CARD

The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A DB-25 Connector

B Lateral screws to attach the cable

T ABLE 2. ELEMENT T ABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC SERIAL WAN

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PMC Serial WAN expansion card: Installation

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC Serial WAN
expansion cards in the OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC Serial WAN expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC Serial WAN expansion card

To install or replace a PMC Serial WAN card, please see “ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards
OA58XX Installation” manual where the installation is being carried out.

Additional Instalation Notes

A ferrite clamp provided with the card must be installed as shown in Figure 4 to achieve EMI
compliance. It must be placed around the interface cables as shown in the photo, and close to the
card connector. If you need to remove it for any reason, the lock can only be opened with the
black plastic key as shown in Figure 5.

FIGURE 3. COMPONENTS FIGURE 4. FERRITE CLAMP INSTALLATION

FIGURE 5. H OW TO OPEN THE LOCK

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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC Serial WAN expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

PMC Serial WAN expansion card: LEDs

The PMC Serial WAN expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

The PMC Serial WAN card has a DB-25 connector.

DB-25 Connector

The following figure shows the DB-25 connector pinouts:

FIGURE 6. DB-25 CONNECTOR PINOUTS


The following table shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

Signal Female
DTE Dir DCE Dir
(as DTE) DB25
RxD_a ← ← 2
RxD_b ← ← 14
TxD_a → → 3
TxD_b → → 16
RxC_a ← → 17
RxC_b ← → 19
TxC_a ← → 15
TxC_b ← → 18

RTS_a → → 8
RTS_b → → 12

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Signal Female
DTE Dir DCE Dir
(as DTE) DB25
CD_a ← ← 4
CD_b ← ← 11

DTR_a → → 6

CTS_a ← → 5
CTS_b ← → 13

GND GND GND 7

GROUND 1+CHASSIS

CAB ← ← 25 1

T ABLE 3. CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Definition of the pigtail to use depending on the required norm

MALE DB25 V.24 DTE MALE DB25


1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 3
3 TxDa 2
4 CDa 8
5 CTSa 5
6 DTRa 20
7, 25 GND 7, 25
8 RTSa 4
15 TxCa 15
17 RxCa 17
T ABLE 4. V.24 DTE CABLE

1
Pin 25 must be connected to GND so the card knows it has a “DTE” cable connected and consequently behaves as
such.

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MALE DB25
DCE Winchester
1, Chassis Ground A, Chassis
2 RxDa P
3 TxDa R
4 CDa C
5 CTSa D
6 DTRa E
7 GND B
8 RTSa F
14 RxDb S
15 TxCa Y
16 TxDb T
17 RxCa V
18 TxCb AA
19 RxCb X
T ABLE 5. V.35 DCE CABLE

MALE
MALE DB25 V.35 DTE
Winchester
1, Chassis Ground A, Chassis
2 RxDa R
3 TxDa P
4 CDa F
5 CTSa D
6 DTRa H
7, 25 GND B
8 RTSa C
14 RxDb T
15 TxCa Y
16 TxDb S
17 RxCa V
18 TxCb AA
19 RxCb X
T ABLE 6. V.35 DTE CABLE

X.21 FEMALE
MALE DB25
DCE DB15
1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 2
3 TxDa 4
4 INDa 3
7 GND 8
8 CONTa 5
11 INDb 10
12 CONTb 12
14 RxDb 9
17 CLKa 6
16 TxDb 11
19 CLKb 13
T ABLE 7. X.21 DCE CABLE

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MALE DB25 X.21 DTE MALE DB15
1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 4
3 TxDa 2
5 INDa 5
7, 25 GND 8
8 CONTa 3
13 INDb 12
12 CONTb 10
14 RxDb 11
17 CLKa 6
16 TxDb 9
19 CLKb 13
T ABLE 8. X.21 DTE CABLE

DCE- FEMALE
MALE DB25
DTE DB25
1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 3
3 TxDa 2
4 CDa 8
5 CTSa 5
6 DTRa 20
7, 25 GND 7
8 RTSa 4
11 CDb 12
12 RTSb 11
13 CTSb 13
14 RxDb 16
15 TxCa 15
16 TxDb 14
17 RxCa 17
18 TxCb 18
19 RxCb 19
T ABLE 9. NULL -MODEM CABLE OR ADAPTOR

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PMC 3 SERIAL WAN
EXPANSION CARD
Installation Manual
Doc. ALU-Dm619-I Rev. 2.0
July, 2013
Contents

About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................... 1


Supported Devices .................................................................................................................................... 1
Warning and notes .................................................................................................................................... 1
Who should read this manual? ................................................................................................................. 1
What is in this manual? ............................................................................................................................. 1
How is the information organized? ........................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support...................................................................................................................................... 2
Related documentation ............................................................................................................................ 2
PMC 3 Serial WAN Expansion Cards .............................................................................................................. 3
PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Characteristics .................................................................................. 4
PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Connectors ....................................................................................... 4
PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Installation............................................................................................ 5
Requirements prior to installation ............................................................................................................ 6
Installing or replacing the PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card .................................................................. 6
Additional Installation Notes................................................................................................................. 6
LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description ..................................................................................................... 7
PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: LEDs .................................................................................................. 7
Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................................................................... 7
SCSI DB-68 Connector ........................................................................................................................... 7
DB-25 Connectors ................................................................................................................................. 7
DB-15 Connector ................................................................................................................................... 8
Definition of the pigtail to use depending on the required norm ........................................................ 9

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About This Guide
This is the installation guide contains the step by step instructions that you need to follow in
order to correctly install, uninstall and replace the PMC 3 Serial WAN cards in the OA58XX
router family.

Supported Devices

The information contained in this installation guide only applies to the PMC 3 Serial WAN
expansion cards.

Warning and notes

Observe the warnings and instructions given in this manual to avoid and prevent injuries or
damage during installation and maintenance. Please follow the security procedures and
guidelines when working near electrical equipment. The warnings and notes are provided in each
chapter as appropriate.

Who should read this manual?

The audience for this users guide is installers and network administrators who need to install,
configure or maintain networks. This guide assumes that the installer is familiar with network
electronics and technologies.

What is in this manual?

This installation guide contains the following information:

• Description of the general characteristics of the PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion cards.
• Description of the steps to carry out to install the PMC 3 Serial WAN cards in OA58XX
routers.
• Description of the PMC expansion card LEDs and the pinouts for their connectors.

How is the information organized?

This document is aimed to simplify all the necessary information needed to install PMC 3 Serial
WAN cards in the OA58XX router family:

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• PMC 3 Serial WAN characteristics.
• PMC 3 Serial WAN cards connectors.
• Requirements prior to installation.
• Installing the PMC 3 Serial WAN cards.

Technical Support

Alcatel-Lucent technical support is committed to resolving our customer’s technical issues in a


timely manner. Customers with inquiries should contact us at:

Contact information:

North America 800-995-2696

Latin America 877-919-9526

EMEA +800 00200100 (Toll Free) or +1(650)385-2193

Asia Pacific +65 6240 8484

Web: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.com

Email: esd.support@alcatel-lucent.com

Related documentation

ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation.


ALU-Dm693-I OA58XX Installation.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes and improvements in the
appropriate features in either software or hardware of this product, modifying the
specifications of this manual without prior notice.
The images presented on the front and back panels of the devices are provided as
information guidelines only. Some small modifications may exist in the actual device.

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PMC 3 Serial WAN Expansion Cards

A serial port is a physical communications interface in serial over which information is


transferred, sending or receiving one bit each time through the same cable.

Depending on the type of transmission, the serial ports may be synchronous or asynchronous. In
cases regarding this card, this mode is configurable for each of its ports.

FIGURE 1. PMC 3 SERIAL WAN CARD

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PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Characteristics

The main characteristics of the PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card are as follows:

Ports 3 synchronous/asynchronous serial ports


1 external port with clock (optional)

Standards  V.24
 V.35
 X.21

*Configurable through software

Speed Up to 2 Mbps full-duplex

Operating modes Depending on the cable:


 DTE (“Data Terminal Equipment”)
 DCE (“Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment”)

T ABLE 1. PMC 3 SERIAL WAN EXPANSION CARD : CHARACTERISTICS

PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Connectors

Figure 2 shows the front board of the PMC 3 Serial WAN card:

A
B B

FIGURE 2. FRONT OF THE PMC 3 SERIAL WAN EXPANSION CARD

The front panel elements are as follows:

Item Description

A SCSI DB-68 Connector

B Lateral screws to attach the cable

T ABLE 2. ELEMENT T ABLE FOR THE FRONT OF THE PMC 3 SERIAL WAN EXPANSION
CARD

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PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: Installation

This chapter provides information on how to install and uninstall the PMC 3 Serial WAN
expansion cards in the OA58XX routers.

This information includes:

• Requirements prior to installation

• Installing or replacing a PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card

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Requirements prior to installation

In order to configure the card, you must have access to the OA58XX routers through a console
or a Telnet connection. For further information, please see the section on “Connecting for
configuration” found in “ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion cards OA58XX Installation” manual.

Installing or replacing the PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card

To install or replace a PMC 3 Serial WAN card, please see “ALU-Dm605-I PMC Expansion
cards OA58XX Installation” manual where the installation is being carried out.

Additional Installation Notes

A ferrite clamp provided with the card must be installed as shown in Figure 4 to achieve EMI
compliance. It must be placed around the interface cables as shown in the photo, and close to the
card connector. If you need to remove it for any reason, the lock can only be opened with the
black plastic key as shown in Figure 5.

FIGURE 3. COMPONENTS FIGURE 4. FERRITE CLAMP INSTALLATION

FIGURE 5. H OW TO OPEN THE LOCK


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LEDs and connector Pinouts: Description
This chapter provides information on the PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card LEDs and the
pinouts for its connector.

PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card: LEDs

The PMC 3 Serial WAN expansion card doesn’t have any LEDs of its own.

Connector Pinouts

The PMC 3 Serial WAN card has a SCSI DB-68 connector.

SCSI DB-68 Connector

The following figure shows the SCSI DB-68 connector pinouts:

FIGURE 6. SCSI DB-68 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

This card is supplied with a cable with an SCSI DB-68 male connector at one end, which
connects to the card, and three DB-25 female and one DB-15 female connectors at the other end.

The three DB-25 connectors are used for the three serial ports, while the DB-15 connector can be
used to receive a clock signal as a common reference for the three serial ports.

DB-25 Connectors

The following figure shows the pinout for each of the DB-25 connectors:

FIGURE 7. DB-25 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Table 3 shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

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Signal Female
DTE Dir DCE Dir
(as DTE) DB25
RxD_a ← ← 2
RxD_b ← ← 14
TxD_a → → 3
TxD_b → → 16
RxC_a ← → 17
RxC_b ← → 19
TxC_a ← → 15
TxC_b ← → 18

RTS_a → → 8
RTS_b → → 12

CD_a ← ← 4
CD_b ← ← 11

DTR_a → → 6

CTS_a ← → 5
CTS_b ← → 13

GND GND GND 7

TIERRA 1+CHASIS

CAB ← ← 25 1

T ABLE 3. DB-25 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

DB-15 Connector

The following figure shows the DB-15 connector pinouts:

1
Pin 25 must be connected to GND so the card knows it has a “DTE” cable connected and consequently behaves as
such.

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FIGURE 8. DB-15 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

The following table shows the information associated to each connector pinout:

FEMALE
Signal
DB15
Ref_Clka 6
GND 8
Ref_Clkb 13
T ABLE 4. DB-15 CONNECTOR PINOUTS

Definition of the pigtail to use depending on the required norm

MALE DB25 V.24 DTE MALE DB25


1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 3
3 TxDa 2
4 CDa 8
5 CTSa 5
6 DTRa 20
7, 25 GND 7, 25
8 RTSa 4
15 TxCa 15
17 RxCa 17
T ABLE 5. V.24 DTE CABLE

V.35 FEMALE
MALE DB25
DCE Winchester
1, Chassis Ground A, Chassis
2 RxDa P
3 TxDa R
4 CDa C
5 CTSa D
6 DTRa E
7 GND B
8 RTSa F
14 RxDb S
15 TxCa Y
16 TxDb T
17 RxCa V
18 TxCb AA
19 RxCb X
T ABLE 6. V.35 DCE CABLE

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MALE DB25 V.35 DTE
Winchester
1, Chassis Ground A, Chassis
2 RxDa R
3 TxDa P
4 CDa F
5 CTSa D
6 DTRa H
7, 25 GND B
8 RTSa C
14 RxDb T
15 TxCa Y
16 TxDb S
17 RxCa V
18 TxCb AA
19 RxCb X
T ABLE 7. V.35 DTE CABLE

X.21 FEMALE
MALE DB25
DCE DB15
1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 2
3 TxDa 4
4 INDa 3
7 GND 8
8 CONTa 5
11 INDb 10
12 CONTb 12
14 RxDb 9
17 CLKa 6
16 TxDb 11
19 CLKb 13
T ABLE 8. X.21 DCE CABLE

MALE DB25 X.21 DTE MALE DB15


1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 4
3 TxDa 2
5 INDa 5
7, 25 GND 8
8 CONTa 3
13 INDb 12
12 CONTb 10
14 RxDb 11
17 CLKa 6
16 TxDb 9
19 CLKb 13
T ABLE 9. X.21 DTE CABLE

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MALE DB25
DTE DB25
1, Chassis Ground 1, Chassis
2 RxDa 3
3 TxDa 2
4 CDa 8
5 CTSa 5
6 DTRa 20
7, 25 GND 7
8 RTSa 4
11 CDb 12
12 RTSb 11
13 CTSb 13
14 RxDb 16
15 TxCa 15
16 TxDb 14
17 RxCa 17
18 TxCb 18
19 RxCb 19
T ABLE 10. NULL -MODEM CABLE OR ADAPTATOR

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