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ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware

Intended audience: Staff with Skill Certificate Level III or Lower


Released by GU Product Support Dept.
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Logical
Board Physical
Board Subcard Functions
Name Board
Name
Processing board
CMP/ Control-plane, media-plane protocol stack
USP SBCJ DPGFC, IPMC/2
RUP processing
ETCB ETCB ETCB P8548+ETCS TC processing
Boards List

Switch board
EIUS EIUS - ECMM, EORS/2 Control-plane Ethernet switching center
EGFS EGFS - ECKS, EPSA0 Media-plane Ethernet switching center
Operation & maintenance board
OMP/ Global processing and operation &
UMP SBCJ DPGFC, IPMC/2
OMM maintenance management
Interface board
IP interface board (applicable to all
EGPB - -
interfaces)
ESDTI - ESDHS_A IU: IPoSTM-1, IU: TDM STM-1
EDTI EMSI - EMDTS_A IU: IPoE1/T1, IU: TDM E1/T1
ESDTG - ESDHS_E, ETCS IU/Ater: TDM STM-1
ESDTT - ESDHS_E, ETCS_B A: TDM STM-1
EDTT - EMDTS_B IU/A/Ater: TDM E1/T1
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Board Name
Num Board Board PCB Subcard Logical Board
ber Name Name PCB Name Name Name
1 -
EGPB EMSI Enhanced GE Process Board EGPB

2 Enhanced Digital Trunk board IP EDTI(IPoE )


EDTI EMSI EDTS/3
version EDIU(E1)

3 Enhanced SDH Digital Trunk ESDTI(IPoSTM-1 )


ESDTI EMSI ESDHS_A
board IP version ESDIU(STM-1 )

EDAB(E1 )
4 Enhanced Digital Trunk board
EDTT EMSI EDTS/3 EDBB(E1 )
TDM version
EDTB(E1 )
5 ESDHS_E Enhanced SDH Digital Trunk
ESDTT EMSI ESDAB(STM-1 )
ETCS_B board TDM version

ESDBB(STM-1)
6 ESDHS_E Enhanced SDH Digital Trunk
ESDTG EMSI ESDTB(STM-1)
ETCS board UMTS version
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Board Name
Num Board Board PCB Subcard
PCB
Logical Board
ber Name Name Name
Name Name
7 ETCB ETCB ETCS Enhanced TransCoder Board ETCB

OMM
8 UMP SBCJ - Universal Management Process Board
OMP
CMP
9 USP SBCJ - Universal Service Process Board
RUP
ESMS+
10 EIUS EIUS Enhanced GE Base Switch board EIUS
EORS

EPSA0+
11 EGFS EGFS Enhanced GE Fabric Switch board EGFS
ECKS

ECDM
EFLB
12 ERS BETC EFMB Enhanced Resource Shelf ERS
EFPB
EPCB
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Functions of Boards

Board Function Interface


IP processing at 2×1G, the backplane connects 2 EIUS boards, control plane
the 4×1G, the backplane connects 2 EGFS boards, media plane
EGPB GE interface 4×1G, external single-mode.
(optical or
electrical)
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Functions of Boards
EIUS Control plane Switching:
switching of l 26×1G, the backplane connects 24service slots and the EGFS board,
the service control plane
subrack l 4×1G, inter-subrack connection at the control plane
Management l 2×10G, peer boards stack
functions of l 1×GE, connecting to the CMM of the peer board
the system l 1×GE, connecting to the clock module of the peer board
subrack CMM:
l 1×FE, connecting to the CMM of the peer board
l 1×FE, connecting to the peer board
HUB
l 27×I2C, connecting 26 service slots, the power supply, fan, and the
peer board
EGFS Media plane Media plane switching:
switching l 34×1G, the backplane connects 24 service slots, 14 front interfaces, 20
Clock rear interfaces, media plane
l 2×1G, connecting to the control plane of EIUS
l 2×10G, inter-subrack connection at the media plane
l 2×10G, active-standby interconnection
Clock
l 1× antenna port, connecting to the GPS antenna via cable
l 2× clock input, connecting to the BITS reference via cable
l 3× clock output, connecting to other subracks
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Functions of Boards
Function Physical
Function
Board Board

ETCB When the A interface adopts TDM, TC processing is


ETCB
implemented.

OMM: operation and maintenance of NEs. Provides the


GE interface for connecting the EMS. OMP: Processes
the global process and controls the operation and
maintenance of the whole system. It connects the OMM
UMP SBCJ through the internal media plane. As the processing core
of operation and maintenance, the OMP board directly or
indirectly monitors and manages all boards in the system.
It provides an Ethernet interface for the configuration
management of boards and other components.

CMP: Protocol processing on the control plane at the


USP SBCJ interfaces IU, A, and IU. RUP: Protocol processing on the
user plane.
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Board Indicators
 Common indicators have three colors: red, green, and blue
 The following table describes the status of board
indicators.
Num
Flashing Status Description
ber
1 ON The indicator is ON.

2 OFF The indicator is OFF.


The period is 0.2 second with the 50% duty ratio, that is,
3 Flashing at 5 Hz the indicator is ON for 0.1 second and OFF for 0.1
second.
The period is 0.5 second with the 50% duty ratio, i.e., the
4
Flashing at 2 Hz indicator is ON for 0.25 second and OFF for 0.25 second.
The period is 1 second with the 50% duty ratio, i.e., the
5 Flashing at 1 Hz
indicator is ON for 0.5 second and OFF for 0.5 second.
The period is 2 second with the 50% duty ratio, i.e., the
6 Flashing at 0.5 Hz
indicator is ON for 1 second and OFF for 1 second.
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Board Indicators

 Common Indicator Description:

Indicator Color Meaning Description


OOS Red/Green Service status Controlled by IPMC. It indicates the
indicator Payload status (Out-of-Service)

OK Red/Green Health status Controlled by IPMC. It indicates the


indicator health status of IMPC, such as,
alarms and online upgrade status

H/S Blue Hot-swap Controlled by IPMC. It indicates hot-


indicator swap status
ACT Red/Green Active/standby Controlled by the system control
indicator software of the board. It indicates the
active/standby status of the board
HOST Red/Green/Orange Running/alarm Controlled by the system control
indicator software of the board.
Used to indicate board running/alarm
status
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Board Indicators

Common Indicator Description:


OOS indicator
Status Color Meaning

The board is in initialization


Initialization Green
State.
Red (orange)
In service The board is in service state.
indicator OFF
Red (orange) The board is in out of service
Out of service
indicator ON state.
Not used Flashing The board is not used

OK indicator
Status Color Meaning

Green indicator
Health status Normal
flashing at 1 Hz
Red indicator flashing
If the red indicator is flashing, it means the board has
Alarm status (at changeable
alarms. Higher frequency indicates higher alarm levels.
frequency)
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Board Indicators
 Common Indicator Description:
H/S indicator
Status Color Meaning

Removable Blue solid The board can be hot-swapped

Unremovable OFF The board cannot be hot-swapped

Blue indicator flashing


To be activated Board activation request has been sent
at 1 Hz

ACT indicator
Status Color Meaning
1. No backup
Active Green solid 2. 1+1 backup, active board
3. 1:1 load-sharing
Standby OFF 1+1 backup, standby board
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Board Indicators
Common Indicator Description:
HOST indicator
Status Color Priority Meaning
Initialization 1 The board is in initialization status
OFF
status
Normal Green indicator 2 Running normally
running flashing at 1Hz

Normal BOOT Green indicator BOOT is running normally (the board is downloading
3
running flashing at 5Hz version, or version download succeeds).

Red indicator The service can be used (the board is performing


Minor alarm 4
flashing at 1 Hz active/standby switchover)
5 The media plane Ethernet port is disconnected.
6 HW is broken.
Red indicator
Major alarm 7 The link to OMP is disconnected.
flashing at 2 Hz
The version does not match the hardware and
8
configuration.
9 Version downloading fails
10 Board auto-check fails
Red indicator 11 Support boot fails
Reset alarm
flashing at 5 Hz 12 The system fails to obtain logical address
13 Basic process power-on fails or is time-out.
14 Initialization of core data fails.
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