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    PasolinkPasolink

    Engineering ManualEngineering Manual

    International Training DivisionInternational Training Division

    JapanJapan

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    IntroductionIntroduction

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    System OverviewSystem Overview

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    System ComponentsSystem Components

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    System ComponentsSystem Components

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    Collection of Performance DataCollection of Performance Data

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    Performance / Events data ManagementPerformance / Events data Management

    Event Log

    File

    Day 1

    20020911

    Day#1

    Day#90

    Day 1

    20020911

    Day#1

    Day#7

    Link

    Performance

    ESSES

    UAS

    BBEOFS

    Event Log

    File

    Day 1

    20020911

    Day#1

    Day#

    90

    1

    300

    Latest

    Oldest

    IDU (PM Card)

    PNMS

    If the link between IDU and thePNMS is broken the events

    occoured during the down time

    will not be available in thePNMS

    Performance History is saved in the IDU daily (maximum of 7 days).

    PNMS retreive this performance data at a preset time once per day.

    Events

    Status Change

    Alarm Occurrence

    Alarm RecoveryControls

    Parameter Change

    Page n

    Page 3

    Page 2

    Page 1

    (300 Events)

    Event Log File

    Create One Event File per day, if

    the number of events per day is

    more than 300, will open another

    page under the same file.

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    Configuration FilesConfiguration Files

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    PMC Operation ModePMC Operation Mode

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    PMC Operation ModePMC Operation Mode

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    NETWORK ELEMENT ICONS

    ETWORK ELEMENT ICONS

    PASOLINK PLUS NE

    PASOLINK NE

    TYPE OF NETWORK ELEMENTTO BE INCLUDED IN THENETWORK CONFIGURATIONCAN BE SELECTED FROM THENE TYPE LIST.

    R INDICATES ROOT NE

    SMALL SQUARESINDICATES THE ICONIS SELECTED

    WHEN THE CURSOR IS MOVED OVERANY NE, PASOLINK TYPE, NE NAMEAND IP ADDRESS ARE DISPLAYED

    B INDICATES BRANCH NE

    NE WITHOUT C OR S IS RPM

    THE NUMBER BELOW THE ICON AREALLOCATED AUTOMATICALLY AND IS THENAME FOR THE NE. IT CAN BE CHANGEDFROM THE NE PROPERTIES.

    S INDICATES SUB-CPM

    C INDICATES CPM

    MIU CONCENTRATOR)

    CPM - Central Pasolink Management

    SCPM -Sub Central Pasolink Management

    RPM - Remote Pasolink Management

    MIU HOP

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    PNMS ArchitecturePNMS Architecture

    CPM CPM

    CPM

    SCPM

    SCPM

    SCPM

    SCPM

    SCPM

    Sub et

    CPM Cluster

    PNMS Network

    CPM Cluster

    CPM Cluster

    Sub et

    Sub et

    Sub et Sub et

    CPM Subnet

    PNMS

    Maximum Number of SCPM inMaximum Number of SCPM in

    CPM Cluster is 32 (V3/V4) orCPM Cluster is 32 (V3/V4) or

    64 (Paso+ and NEO)64 (Paso+ and NEO)

    Maximum Number of CPMMaximum Number of CPM

    per PNMS is 32(Windows)per PNMS is 32(Windows)

    or 320 (UNI), 500 NEOor 320 (UNI), 500 NEO

    Maximum Number of NEMaximum Number of NEper SCPM is 13,5,1 (V3/V4)per SCPM is 13,5,1 (V3/V4)

    61,29,13,5,1 (Paso+), NEO61,29,13,5,1 (Paso+), NEO

    Maximum Number of BranchMaximum Number of Branch

    MultiMulti --Drop per site is 13Drop per site is 13

    Maximum Number ofMaximum Number of

    NE per CPM ClusterNE per CPM Cluster

    416(13x32) for V3/V4416(13x32) for V3/V4

    or 500 (maximumor 500 (maximum

    allowed per CPM) forallowed per CPM) for

    Paso+Paso+

    Maximum Number ofMaximum Number of

    NE per CPM ClusterNE per CPM Cluster

    496(62x8) for NEO496(62x8) for NEO

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    Sizing Rule for PMCSizing Rule for PMC

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    Sizing Rule for PMCSizing Rule for PMC

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    Role Change FunctionRole Change Function

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    Physical Interfaces (V4)Physical Interfaces (V4)

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    PNMS Communication InterfacesPNMS Communication Interfaces

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    NEO ConnectionsNEO Connections

    SW

    HUB2

    4

    1 5 LANCONT CPU

    3

    ASYNC

    USB

    19.2ASYNC

    This port is used for equipment connection.NE

    In 2-WAY composition, this port is used.SV2

    This port is used for radio connection of

    equipment.

    SV1

    This port is used for PNMSj. 10Base-T( Half

    duplex)

    NE1(NMS

    RolePort Name

    USB

    19.2ASYNC

    This port is used for equipment connection.NE

    In 2-WAY composition, this port is used.SV2

    This port is used for radio connection of

    equipment.

    SV1

    This port is used for PNMSj. 10Base-T( Half

    duplex)

    NE1(NMS

    RolePort Name

    adio SV line

    384kbps

    Store & forward

    NEO

    SV2

    SV

    1

    GND

    M5 Screw

    IF

    TNC(F)

    LCT/PNMT

    USB

    Type B

    DC Power

    Molex

    Main Signal Port

    D-sub 37 pin (F)

    SC(IN/OUT)

    D-sub 44 pin (F)

    PNMS/NE

    RJ-45

    LAN

    RJ-45

    Head Set

    Mini Jack

    MMC Slot

    GND

    M5 Screw

    IF

    TNC(F)

    LCT/PNMT

    USB

    Type B

    DC Power

    Molex

    Main Signal Port

    D-sub 37 pin (F)

    SC(IN/OUT)

    D-sub 44 pin (F)

    PNMS/NE

    RJ-45

    LAN

    RJ-45

    Head Set

    Mini Jack

    MMC Slot

    PDH Interface

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    PNMSjPNMSj Communication ArchitectureCommunication Architecture

    PNMS Communication Architecture (LAN Interface)

    NormalNE-1

    SNMP/TFTPSNMP/TFTPSNMP/TFTPAP

    EthernetEthernetPhysical

    LANLANData Link

    IPIPIPNetwork

    UDPUDPUDPTransport

    Back-Back)

    (Back-Back)

    PNMS-Root

    NE

    Ethernet

    LAN

    LAN

    RootNE

    Branch

    NE-1

    Branch

    NE-1

    NormalNE-2

    Normal

    NE-4

    NormalNE-3

    Normal

    NE-5

    The interface condition between PNMSj and NEs (Root NE, Branch NE, Normal NE)

    is summarized in Figure 5.1. For point to point connection or point to multipoint

    connection PNMSj (Windows and UNIX) the physical interface between PNMSj

    and Root NE is LAN, then Root NE, Branch NE and Normal NE is LAN interface.

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    Network Sizing RuleNetwork Sizing Rule

    Pasolink+

    PNMS for Windows PNMS for UNIX

    Maximum number of NE per PNMS 500 / 1000

    1)

    1000 ~ 10,000

    2)

    Maximum number of Root NE per PNMS 32

    3)

    320

    4)

    Maximum number of NEs per Root NE Cluster 500

    Maximum number of Sub networks per Root NE Cluster 64subnets

    Maximum number of NE per Sub network 62, 30, 14, 6, 2

    Maximum number of Branch multi-drop) per site 31

    Pasolink

    PNMS for Windows PNMS for UNIX

    Maximum number of NE per PNMS 500 / 1000

    1)

    1000 ~ 10,000

    2)

    Maximum number of CPM per PNMS 32

    3)

    320

    4)

    Maximum number of NEs per CPM Cluster 416

    Maximum number of Sub networks per CPM Cluster 64 subnets

    Note:Note: (1) Maximum number of NE 500 or 1000 is depends on PC Hardware s(1) Maximum number of NE 500 or 1000 is depends on PC Hardware specifications.pecifications.

    (2) Ten different software types available. (1000 / 2000 / 3000(2) Ten different software types available. (1000 / 2000 / 3000 / 4000 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 / 8000 / 9000 /10000 NEs)/ 4000 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 / 8000 / 9000 /10000 NEs)

    (3) Through LAN Interface (16 using Serial Interface)(3) Through LAN Interface (16 using Serial Interface)

    (4) PNMS UNIX supports up to 10 Regions and each region can acco(4) PNMS UNIX supports up to 10 Regions and each region can accommodate 32 Root NEs (CPMs)mmodate 32 Root NEs (CPMs)

    NEO

    5000

    500

    496

    64

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    Pasolink IP Addressing and SubnetsPasolink IP Addressing and Subnets

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

    SubNet Address

    1stSub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

    First Host 171.18.0.1

    Last Host 171.18.0.14

    Second Host 171.18.0.2

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.15

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 16

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

    2nd

    Sub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 64

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

    5th

    Sub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 80

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 0 0 0 1

    6thSub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 32

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

    3rd

    Sub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 0 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 48

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

    4th

    Sub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 96

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

    7th

    Sub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

    172 18 0 112

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 1 0 0 0 1

    8thSub

    Net

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 1 0 1 1 0

    1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.0

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.1

    Last Host 171.18.0.14

    Second Host 171.18.0.2

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.15

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.0

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.33

    Last Host 171.18.0.46

    Second Host 171.18.0.34

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.47

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.32

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.49

    Last Host 171.18.0.62

    Second Host 171.18.0.50

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.63

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.48

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.65

    Last Host 171.18.0.78

    Second Host 171.18.0.66

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.79

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.64

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.81

    Last Host 171.18.0.94

    Second Host 171.18.0.82

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.95

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.80

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.97

    Last Host 171.18.0.110

    Second Host 171.18.0.98

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.111

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.96

    SubNet Address

    First Host 171.18.0.113

    Last Host 171.18.0.126

    Second Host 171.18.0.114

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.127

    Not Allowed 171.18.0.112

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    Pasolink Subnet SettingPasolink Subnet Setting

    172 18 0 0

    255 255 255 240

    Network Address

    Default Sub Net Mask

    12Bits

    Sub Net Address 255 255 254 0

    Network Address Host7 Bit Mask 5 Bits

    Finally the available number

    of Subnets are 25= 32

    Available number

    of Hosts are 24 -2 = 16

    (Fixed can not be changed)

    255 255 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

    Available number

    Subnets = 212-2 = 4096

    Define the

    number of Hosts

    1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

    Sub Net Address 255 255 255 0

    Network Address Host8 Bit Mask 4 Bits

    Finally the available number

    of Subnets are 24= 16

    1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

    (Example 1)

    (Example 2)

    Define the

    number of Subnets

    Define the

    number of Subnets

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    Single / Dual Master ConfigurationsSingle / Dual Master Configurations

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    Simple Trunk Line Network (LAN Interface)Simple Trunk Line Network (LAN Interface)

    Logical Model

    Physical Model

    192.168.2.254

    192.168.2.1

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    Plural CPM Configuration (1)Plural CPM Configuration (1)

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    PNMS

    Hub

    192 . 168 . 2 . 1

    192 . 168 . 2 . 252 192 . 168 . 2 . 254 192 . 168 . 2 . 251

    Plural CPM Configuration (2)Plural CPM Configuration (2)

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    Simple Trunk Line NetworkSimple Trunk Line Network(Through IP Network)(Through IP Network)

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    MultiMulti--Cluster Network (1)Cluster Network (1)

    Dedicated Leased Line (Serial Interface)Dedicated Leased Line (Serial Interface)

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    MultiMulti--Cluster Network (2)Cluster Network (2)

    (LAN / Serial Interface)(LAN / Serial Interface)

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    In accordance with customers network such thatmany CPM clusters scattered in all over theregion as shown in figures below, plural CPMs arerequired to be monitored and controlled byPNMS. In such cases the number of the requiredRouter serial ports increases in accordance withthe number of CPMs.The concept of reducing the number CPMs is bylocating the CMP function at the PNMS site.

    CPM Reduction Solution (1/2)CPM Reduction Solution (1/2)

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    CPM Reduction Solution (2/2)CPM Reduction Solution (2/2)

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    Parallel PNMS OperationParallel PNMS Operation

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    Central and Regional PNMSCentral and Regional PNMS

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    HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

    ARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

    RECOMMENDED PNMS PC CONFIGURATION

    LAPTOP PC WITH TFT DISPLAY (IBM COMPATIBLE)

    CPU: PENTIUM-II 366 MHz OR HIGHER

    RAM: 128 MB OR MORE

    HDD: 2 GB OR MORE

    FDD: 3.5INCH

    CD-ROM: 8 x OR HIGHER

    INTEGRATED SOUND CARD AND SPEAKER

    OPERATING SYSTEM

    WINDOWS 95 (ENGLISH VERSION) ORWINDOWS 98 (ENGLISH VERSION) OR

    WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION Ver. 4.0 (ENGLISH VERSION)

    WINDOWS 2000 (ENGLISH VERSION)

    APPLICATION PROGRAMNEC NETCONFIG TOOL / PNMS SOFTWARE

    WINDOWS XP (ENGLISH VERSION)

    Pasolink V4Pasolink V4

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-NOV/03-01

    11

    PASOLINK (1+0) SYSTEMSPASOLINK (1+0) SYSTEMS

    2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system

    2MB x 4, Fixed Bit Rate system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface

    2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system

    2MB x 2/4/8/16 Bit Rate Free system with 2 x 10/100Base T (X) LAN Interface

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    Network Configuration ToolNetwork Configuration Tool

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    NetCfg Tool Main WindowNetCfg Tool Main Window

    WORKPLACE WINDOW

    NETWORK ELEMENT ICON

    MAIN MENU TOOL BAR

    BACK TO BACK CONNECTION

    PASOLINK RADIO HOP

    NETWORK LIST WINDOW

    ADD A NEW NETWORK/WORKPLCE WINDOW TO THE EXISTING NETWORK

    OPEN NEW NETWORK WORKPLACE WINDOW

    CREATE NETWORK CONFIGURATION. SHOULD BE

    CARRIED OUT FOR EACH WORKPLACEWINDOW(NETWORK)

    PRINT SELECTED PRINT AREA

    SELECT THE WORKSPACE PRINT AREA TO BE PRINTED

    BACK TO B ACK LINE MODE SELECTION

    SELECT MODE

    NETWORK ELEMENT TYPE -PULL DOWN MENU

    OPEN

    SAVE

    MULTIPLE

    CPMs

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    PASOLINK V3/V4

    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    RIGHT CLICK ON THE SELECTED PASOLINK (V3/V4) ICON, FROM THE POP-UP MENU SELECT PROPERTIES. PASOLINK PROPERTIES WINDOW FOR NE

    OPENS

    EQUIPMENT tYPE

    NETWORK ELEMENT NAME

    Defines the station name of the Pasolink.

    Maximum number of characters 32.

    Netconfigtool automatically enter a number

    here which can be changed manually. This

    name is displayed in the PNMS and PNMT.

    Area Name

    Note

    PMC TYPE

    Defines the role of the Pasolink

    Management card in the network, It

    can either be a CPM , RPM or Sub-

    CPM. NAME POSITION

    Defines the position where the

    Pasolink Name will be displayed in

    relation to the Pasolink symbol on the

    work space

    ANTENNA DIRECTION

    Defines the direction the antenna in the

    Pasolink Icon is facing in the work space

    GENERAL TAB

    Default TAB in the NE Properties window.Use this window to change the Pasolink

    General configuration Parameters.

    Specifies the type of equipment of the

    selected NE. (Pasolink V3 or Pasolink V4 or

    Pasolink-S).

    Optional The area where the NE is located.

    This information can be viewed only in the

    Netconfig Tool. (32 characters)

    A note describing the NE can be entered

    from here. (100 characters). The Note can

    also be changed from the PNMS/PNMT

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    PASOLINK V3/V4

    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE NETWORK TAB. THIS IS ACTIVE ONLYIN THE CPMC.

    DPU Port IP ADDRESS

    Indicates the assigned IP Address of the

    selected Pasolink

    Subnet Mask

    Defines which part of the PM cards IP

    address is masked and be defined as its

    subnet. This also defines the class of IPaddressing used (Class A, B or C)

    DPU Port NETWORK NAME

    Defines the name of the DPU Port sub-

    network

    OPPOSITE NETWORK ELEMENT

    Indicates the IP address of the opposite

    station

    IP ADDRESS OF NMS Port

    This IP address is only assigned to theNMS port of the CPM if it is in multi-drop or

    multi-branch network. IP ADDRESS OF SCPM

    IP address of the SCPM in a

    multi-drop or multi-branch

    network

    SECONDARY NETWORK NAME

    Define the name of the secondary sub-

    network, if there are any, that the selected

    Pasolink is connected

    Not used in the case of RPMC

    DPU Port Subnet Mask

    Assign IP address & Subnet Mask Manually

    Select When IP address and Subnet

    Mask of the DPU and NMS ports are tobe changed manually.

    16 (255.255.255.240)Only 3 Subnet Masks are allowed:

    8 (255.255.255.248)4 (255.255.255.252)

    IP address of the SCPM in amulti-drop or multi-branch

    network

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    PASOLINK V3/V4

    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE HDLC TAB TO CHANGE THE

    CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

    Note: Parameters available for setting in the NE Properties

    varies for CPMC, SPMC and RPMC Network elements.

    HDLC TIMER-MASTER TIMEOUT

    The time in mili-seconds after which the

    PMC will assume that it has lost

    communication with the master PMC

    HDLC TIMER-SLAVE TIMEOUTThe time in mili-seconds after which the

    PMC will assume that the link with the slavePMC is lost

    Role Change TimeoutThe slave PMC waits for this time period (in

    seconds) for the polling message from the

    CPMC before it changes itself to assume

    the role of the CPMC

    High BER DPU Inhib it

    If high BER DPU Inhibit is set to enable,

    HBER alarm is inhibited.

    The interval in mili-seconds after which

    the PMC will check for the polling signal

    from the master PMC

    HDLC TIMER-MASTER INTERVAL

    When the PMC link with the master

    PMC in the upper Network is lost, the

    PMC can automatically change its role

    from slave to master PMC. When the

    link is re-establish, it automatically

    change the role back to slave

    Enable enable the above role change

    Disable- Disable the above role change

    AUTO ROLE CHANGE

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    PASOLINK V3/V4

    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE PORT TAB TO CHANGE THE PORT

    CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS.

    Note: Parameters available for setting in the NE Properties

    varies for CPMC, SPMC and RPMC Network elements.

    DPU Port Baud Rate

    Defines the speed of the DPU Port in

    bps.

    DPU PORT Action Mode

    Defines the role of the DPU port of Pasolink.

    This will be defined after create Configuration

    is done. Action mode can be set as Master ,

    Slave or Repeater.

    NMS PORT- Mode

    Defines the interface protocol used by the

    NMS Port connection

    NMS PORT Action Mode

    Defines the role of the NMS port of Pasolink.

    This will be defined after create Configuration

    is done. Action mode can be set as Master ,Slave or Repeater or Disabled

    DPU Port Baud Rate

    Defines the speed of the NMS Port inbps.

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    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE OTHER TAB TO CHANGE OTHERPASOLINK PARAMETERS.

    Note: Parameters available for setting in the NE Properties

    varies for CPMC, SPMC and RPMC Network elements.

    Auto Set Time

    When enabled, the PMC automatically

    sets its time to match that of the PNMS

    or the CPMC.Set Time Interval

    The PMC periodically synchronizes its

    time to the PNMS or CPMC. The time

    interval between time synchronization in

    seconds.. FLASH ROM-Auto Write BackWhen enabled, the PMC automatically

    writes the Log data and PM data to the

    Flash ROM.

    FLASH ROM- Write Back Interval

    The PMC periodically writes the Log data

    and PM data to the Flash ROM. This

    parameter defines the time interval

    between Flash ROM writing.

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    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - NE PROPERTIES

    E PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE PNMS TAB. THIS IS ACTIVE ONLY INNE ASSIGNED AS THE CPMC.

    PNMS CONNECTION

    Defines the type of connection

    used by the CPMC to connect to

    the PNMS PC.

    IP Address and Subnet MaskThese settings are active only when the

    PNMS connection is selected as LAN. The

    IP address of the LAN port of the Pasolink

    used as the CPMC, and its Subnet MASKDEFAULT GATEWAY

    Dial-up using RS 232C/RS422

    needs PM card with serial port

    RS 232C/RS422

    These settings are active only

    when the PNMS Connection is

    selected as RS232C or RS422

    (dial-up )

    Note: Parameters available for setting in the NE Properties

    varies for CPMC, SPMC and RPMC Network elements.

    LAN using IP connection needsPM Card with LAN port support.

    IP Address of the default Gateway. Normally the

    IP Address of the PNMS PC.

    Connection Type

    Select Direct when the IDU is

    connected directly to the PNMS

    PC.

    Select Router when the IDU is

    connected to the PNMS PC

    through a router..IP Address and Subnet Mask

    These settings are active only when the

    PNMS Connection is selected as Router

    Define the IP Address and Subnet Mask of

    the RS 232C/RS422 Port.

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    PASOLINK V3/V4

    ASOLINK V3/V4

    - LINE PROPERTIES

    INE PROPERTIES

    RIGHT CLICK ON THE LINE AND FROM

    THE POP-UP MENU SELECT LINE

    PROPERTIES

    Click YES to delete the selected line

    Line (Cable) properties

    window define the Back-to-

    Back Connection for the NMSsignal

    Connection Mode of the two Pasolinks

    connected Back-to-Back is defined in this

    window.

    Default connection mode is RS 485, can be

    changed to RS 232C.

    Connection Mode

    TO DELETE A LINE RIGHT CLICK ON THE LINE TO

    BE DELETED AND SELECT DELETE FROM THE

    POP-UP MENU

    Connection Port is active only for Pasolink+

    equipment.

    Connection Port

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    NETWORK PROPERTIES

    ETWORK PROPERTIES

    CLICK ON THE NETWORK MENU AND SELECT NETWORK PROPERTIES

    Workspace can contain more than one network,Workspace can contain more than one network,each network can be given a name to identify it.each network can be given a name to identify it.

    RIGHT CLICK ON THE WORK SPACE AND SELECT NETWORK PROPERTIES

    The IP address assigned by the NetCfgTool to PasolinkThe IP address assigned by the NetCfgTool to Pasolinknetwork depends on the Network Address and thenetwork depends on the Network Address and theSubnet Mask assigned in the Network PropertiesSubnet Mask assigned in the Network Properties--Subnet window.Subnet window.

    To Remove a Network Address,To Remove a Network Address,select the address to be removedselect the address to be removed

    and click on the Remove button.and click on the Remove button.By default the NetCfgTool will assign theBy default the NetCfgTool will assign theprivate network address 172.18.0.0 withprivate network address 172.18.0.0 withsubnet mask 255.255.254.0 This subnetsubnet mask 255.255.254.0 This subnetallocates 512 IP addresses to the selectedallocates 512 IP addresses to the selectednetwork. You can modify this subnet bynetwork. You can modify this subnet byselecting the default and clicking on theselecting the default and clicking on the

    Modify button.Modify button.

    If the initially assigned subnet is smaller, you can add anotherIf the initially assigned subnet is smaller, you can add anothersubnet when the IP addresses runs out. Click the Add buttonsubnet when the IP addresses runs out. Click the Add buttonassign a new subnet to the selected networkassign a new subnet to the selected network

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    Create Configuration

    reate Configuration

    Create configuration function allows flexibility in designing network

    configuration. This function can automatically make configuration files for

    PM Cards and PNMS. IP Addresses and PM Type are automaticallyassigned to the PM Cards in the workspace. Configuration is done by

    considering the size and the number of NEs available in the network.

    CLICK TOOLS MENU AND SELECT CREATE CONFIGURATION OR CLICK THE TOOLBAR ICON TO OPEN THE CREATE CONFIGURATION WIZARD.

    Create configurationWizard

    Check the Automatically set PMC type,

    NetCfgTool will automatically set PMC type and

    allocate the NEs according to the maximum

    number of NEs that can be contained in a Sub -

    network

    This window display the status of the

    configuration process. If there are no error

    messages the configuration process is

    successfully completed.

    Click Finish to completer the Create Configuration operation..Changed NEs List, display the NEs that have

    been modified during the create configuration

    process.

    Before opening the create configuration wizard. .

    Apply all back-to-back connections and configure the line properties

    Set all hops in the workspace.

    Configure the NE properties for CPMC and other NEs

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    Change NE List

    hange NE List

    When the existing network is modified by adding NEs, the changed NE listshows which configuration files of the existing NEs have been changed. Save

    this list before exporting the File for PNMS and Configuration files for PM

    Cards.

    When the PNMS and PM Card files are exported this list is reset.

    Changed indicate the files that

    needs to be down loaded to theNEs using PNMS or PNMT

    To display the changed NEs list, click the File Menu and select Changed NEs list or

    click the Changed NEs List button in the Create Configuration Wizard.

    NetConfig FilesNetConfig Files

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    NetConfig FilesNetConfig Files

    Network configuration tool creates three

    types of files.

    NetCfgTool.nct file which is opened in

    netCfgTool to Modify/Add NEs to the network

    NetCfg2Pnms.dat file which is used in the

    PNMS to update the network configuration in

    the PNMS.

    PM Card Configuration files. Basically there

    are two files for each NE: Network.cfg

    System.cfg

    File Download for Mixed ConfigurationFile Download for Mixed Configuration

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    File Download for Mixed ConfigurationFile Download for Mixed Configuration

    Pasolink (V3)

    Pasolink +

    Paso-S

    Network Ppp System

    pp_mib pp_Network

    Network System

    Pasolink +

    pp_mib pp_Network

    PNMS LAN CONNECTION SETTINGPNMS LAN CONNECTION SETTING

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    Two PNMS ConnectionTwo PNMS Connection

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    Two PNMS ConnectionTwo PNMS Connection

    PNMS #1

    PNMS #2

    Hub

    StraitCables

    Strait Cable

    PASOLINK NETWORKPASOLINK NETWORK -- ExampleExample

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    OD U

    ID U

    OD U

    ID U

    10.10.181.1 10.10.181.2

    IP Network

    OD U

    ID U

    OD U

    ID U

    10.10.181.18 10.10.181.19

    OD U

    ID U

    OD U

    ID U

    10.10.181.20 10.10.181.21

    Router 2

    Router 1

    10.10.161.253

    10.10.161.254

    HYB Conv

    Router 3

    HYB Conv

    SRAL

    OD U

    ID U

    OD U

    ID U

    10.10.182.1 10.10.182.2

    OD U

    ID U

    OD U

    ID U

    10.10.182.18 10.10.182.19

    RS232

    RS232

    RS422

    RS422

    R

    S

    RS232

    R

    S

    RS485

    NETWORK 2

    NETWORK 3

    NETWORK 1

    10.10.151.254

    10.10.151.253

    CPM

    CPM

    pp

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    LCT / PNMT Cable Pin AssignmentLCT / PNMT Cable Pin Assignment

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    PNMS Connection Through CPNMS Connection Through C--NodeNode

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    R

    V11(NMS)V11(DSC) LAN

    C-NodeC-Node

    PNMS

    DATA

    (V11)LAN

    DATA

    (V11)

    R

    V11(NMS)V11(DSC) LAN

    C-NodeC-Node

    CID

    DATA

    (V11)LAN

    DATA

    (V11)LAN (F-Port)

    F1F1

    Example - 1

    Example - 2

    HUB

    PNMS

    LAN (F-Port)

    V11 V11RS232 LAN

    PNMS Connection Through CPNMS Connection Through C--Node / MIUNode / MIU

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    V11(NMS)V11(DSC) LAN

    C-Node

    PNMS

    DATA

    (V11)LAN

    F1

    CC-NodeC-Node

    PNMS

    DATA

    (V11)LAN

    DATA(V11)LAN

    (RS232)

    F1

    F1F1

    CMIUAD

    MUX

    H

    U

    B

    AD

    MUX

    PNMS

    CONVERTER

    CONVERTER

    NMS

    RS485)

    10Base T

    PNMS(LAN)

    64K

    10Base T

    64K

    Example - 4

    Example - 3

    Example - 5

    Conv.DATA

    (RS232)

    Note : Pasolink support F1 and E1,

    C-Node support F1 andE2. therefore

    only F1 is available for the connection

    EXP

    Conv.

    NECITR-YTC

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    NEC International Training, Ltd.

    Yokohama Training Center

    NECITR-YTC

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    PNMS

    PASOLINK NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PNMS) ENABLES REMOTE MONITORING AND CONTROL OF

    PASOLINK RADIO NETWORKS.

    THE PNMS IS A SOPHISTICATED SUPERVISORY TOOL FOR TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT AND ALLOWS

    OPERATOR TO PERFORM REMOTE MONITORING OF ALARMS, PERFORMANCE MONITOR AND CONTROL OF

    REMOTE NEs.

    PNMSPNMT

    IDU

    RS-232C, 19.2kbp s

    RS-232C,19.2kbps

    Digital Service Channel, 9.6kbps

    PM

    CARD

    Operat ion Center

    Concept of NMS for PASOLINKConcept of NMS for PASO LINK

    THE SYSTEM IS BASED ON A PNMS COMPUTER AND A NUMBER OF REMOTE DATA PROCESSING NODES

    CALLED PM CARDS. IT SUPERVISES AND CONTROLS PASOLINK TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT.

    PNMS PROVIDES CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF ALL PASOLINKs IN THE RADIO NETWORK.

    EACH PASOLINK IDU IS FITTED WITH A PMC

    LOADED WITH A CONFIGURATION

    ACCORDING TO ITS ROLE IN THE

    NETWORK. THE PASOLINK IDU THAT IS

    CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE PNMS

    WORKSTATION IS LOADED WITH CENTRAL

    PMC CONFIGURATION AND IS CALLED

    CPMC. ALL THE COMMUNICATIONS TO AND

    FROM THE SUBORDINATE PMCsCONNECTED TO THE CPMC CHAIN GOES

    THROUGH THE CPMC. THE CPMC THEN

    PASSES THIS INFORMATION TO THE PNMS.

    THE CPMC ACTS AS A CONCENTRATOR

    FOR THE DATA FROM THE NEs UNDER IT

    NECITR-YTC

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    MICROSOFT WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE

    DISPLAY THE NETWORK IN SEVERAL HIERARCHICAL FORMS

    COLLECTS ALARM AND STATUS INFORMATION FROM THE REMOTE PM CTRL MODULES

    COMMUNICATE WITH REMOTE PM CTRL MODULES IN THE NETWORK

    TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT CONTROL VIA REMOTE PM CTRL MODULES

    NETWORK SECURITY PROVIDED BY ASSIGNING PRIVILEGES AND PASSWORDS

    EVENT LOGGING WINDOW

    PERFORMANCE MONITORING FUNCTION WINDOW

    LOCAL / REMOTE EQUIPMENT CONTROL FUNCTION

    LOCAL/REMOTE PM CARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

    LOCAL/REMOTE UP GRADING OF APPLICATION SOFTWARE

    DISPLAY THE NETWORK GRAPHICALLY ON A BACKGROUND MAP

    CREATION OF NETWORKS USING NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL

    EVENT LOG HISTORY AND ALARM HISTORY VIEW FUNCTION WITH FILTERING

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    COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PNMS AND THE RADIO NETWORK EQUIPMENT CAN BE :

    VIA THE NMS PORT OF THE LOCAL PASOLINK EQUIPMENT TO THE PM CTRL MODULE

    VIA THE DIGITAL SERVICE CHANNEL (DSC) TO A REMOTE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT

    NMS PORTS ARE LOCATED IN THE FRONT OF THE EQUIPMENT

    AND CONSISTS OF RJ-45 CONNECTORS. NMS PORT CONNECT THE

    THE IDU VIA A LAN OR SERIAL CABLE TO THE RELEVANT PORT OF

    THE PNMS COMPUTER.PROPERTIES OF THE NMS PORT ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    FUNCTIONAL RS-422

    ELECTRICAL V-11COMMUNICATION RATE 9.6/ 19.2 KBPS (ASYNC)

    NMS PORT

    MECHANICAL RJ-45

    INTERFACE ETHERNET

    CONNECTOR 10 Base-T (RJ 45)

    PNMS (V-11) PORT PNMS (LAN) PORT

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    RECOMMENDED PNMS PC CONFIGURATION

    IBM PC OR COMPATIBLE

    CPU: PENTIUM-III 450MHz OR HIGHER

    RAM: 256 MB OR MORE

    HDD: 2 GB OR MORE

    FDD: 3.5INCHCD-ROM: 8 x OR HIGHER

    SOUND CARD AND SPEAKER

    OPERATING SYSTEM

    WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION Ver 4.0 (ENGLISH VERSION)

    WINDOWS 2000 (ENGLISH VERSION)

    ALL STRUCTURED AND MODULAR PROGRAMS USED IN PNMS ARE RESIDENT IN THE HARD-DISK

    AND RAM OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTER. THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM IS EMPLOYED

    WHICH IS CAPABLE OF MULTITASK PROCESSING. THE PNMS SOFTWARE BASICALLY CONSISTS

    OF TWO PARTS, THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND THE APPLICATION PROGRAM

    SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

    APPLICATION PROGRAM

    NEC PNMS SOFTWARE

    17-INCH MONITOR (1024 x 768) RECOMMENDED SIZE

    LASER PRINTER

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01START UPCONNECT THE PNMS PC COM1 PORT AND THE PASOLINK IDU NMS PORT USING A RS232C CABLE

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    AFTER CONNECTING, PNMS MAIN WINDOW WILL

    BE DISPLAYED. IN CASE OF LAN /ETHERNET

    CONNECTION, THE PNMS WILL AUTOMATICALLY

    START POLLING THE CONFIGURED NEs.

    DOUBLE CLICK ON THE PNMS SHORTCUTICON ON THE DESKTOP OR CLICK ON

    START>>PROGRAM>>PNMS>>PNMS

    PNMS PROGRAM STARTUP AND

    CONNECT AUTOMATICALLY TO THE

    CPM

    CONNECT THE PNMS PC COM1 PORT AND THE PASOLINK IDU NMS PORT USING A RS232C CABLE

    NECITR-YTC

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    PNMS WINDOW

    MENU BAR

    SHOWS GROUP VIEW AND

    CONNECTION VIEW

    COMMON TOOL BAR

    TREE WINDOW

    ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW

    CURRENT EVENT LOG

    WINDOW

    MAP WINDOW SHOWS

    GROUP MAP AND

    CONNECTION MAP

    BOOK MARK WINDOW

    MAP EDIT TOOLS

    LOGIN INFORMATION

    GROUP AND CONNECTION

    VIEW TABS

    NECITR-YTC

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    COMMON MENU BAR

    COMMON TOOL BAR

    MAP WINDOW

    SHOWS THE NEs IN A NETWORK MAP DISPLAYED ON A GRAPHICAL BACKGROUND.

    TREE WINDOW SHOWS FOUR DIFFERENT VIEWS

    TREE WINDOW

    COMMON TOOL BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW HOLDS THE ICONS OF THE FREQUENTLY USED

    MENU ITEMS

    COMMON MENU BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW PRESENTS THE SYSTEM, VIEW, NETWORK

    ELEMENTS, EVENT LOG, NETWORK CONFIGURATION, TOOLS AND HELP MENU ITEMS. EACH MENU

    ITEM HAVE A DROP DOWN MENU SHOWING THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE.

    GROUP VIEW GROUP TREE

    CONNECTION VIEW CONNECTION TREE

    ACTIVE ALARMS VIEW

    BOOKMARK VIEW

    WHEN GROUP VIEW IS SELECTED IN THE TREE WINDOW GROUP MAP IS SHOWN

    WHEN CONNECTION VIEW IS SELECTED IN THE TREE WINDOW CONNECTION MAP IS SHOWN

    EVENT LOG WINDOW

    DISPLAY THE CURRENT EVENT LOG OF THE NETWORK ( IT SHOW THE LAST 300 EVENT LOG ITEMS)

    NECITR-YTC

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    IN THE DIALOG BOX

    THAT OPENS CLICK

    YES

    TO EXIT THE PNMS PROGRAM

    CLICK ON EXIT IN THE SYSTEM

    DROPDOWN MENU.

    THE SCREEN INDICATES SHUTTING DOWN PNMSPLEASE WAIT.

    IT WILL TAKE FEW MINUTES TO SHUTDOWN

    PNMS USER WITH VALID PRIVILEGE FOR EXIT

    FUNCTION MUST BE LOGGED IN TO CLOSE

    THE APPLICATION.

    NECITR-YTC

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    GROUP ICON

    NE ICON

    RIGHT CLICK ON ANY NE IN THE TREE TO OPEN

    THE NETWORK ELEMENT POPUP MENU.

    IN GROUP VIEW EACH NE IS REPRESENTED AS A NODE IN THE TREE. NEs ARE CONTAINED

    WITHIN PRE-DEFINED NETWORK GROUPS. AT LEAST ONE GROUP SHOULD BE DEFINED IN

    THE NETWORK

    ADD NEW GROUP ITEM WILL CREATE A NEW

    GROUP IN THE TREE. GROUP NAME CAN BE

    EDITED HERE.

    MOVE TO ITEM WILL SHOW A LIST OF EXISTING

    GROUPS TO WHICH THIS GROUP CAN BE

    MOVED TO.

    RIGHT CLICK ON A GROUP ICON TO SEE THE

    GROUP POPUP MENU.

    GENERAL TAB IN THE GROUP PROPERTIES

    WINDOW ALLOWS EDITING OF THE GROUP

    NAME AND ENTRY OF AN OPTIONAL NOTE

    MOVE TO MENU WILL SHOW A LIST OFEXISTING GROUPS TO WHICH THIS NE CAN BE

    MOVED TO..

    GROUP PROPERTIES ITEM WILL OPEN THE

    GROUP PROPERTIES WINDOW

    TREE TAB IN THE GROUP PROPERTY WINDOW

    SHOWS A LIST OF NEs AND GROUPS IN THE

    SELECTED GROUP. THE ORDER OF NEs AND

    GROUPS IN THE TREE CAN BE CHANGED IN

    THIS WINDOW.

    CLICKAPPLY OR OK TO SET THE GROUPPROPERTIES.

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    RIGHT CLICK ON THE ROOT SUBNET ICON

    (WHICH REPRESENT A REGION), TO OPEN

    THE REGION PROPERTIES WINDOW..

    CONTAINED WITHIN PRE-DEFINED SUBNETS ACCORDING TO ITS LOGICAL CONNECTION TO

    THE CPMC OR SPMC.

    RIGHT CLICK ON ANY NE TO DISPLAY THE

    NETWORK ELEMENT POPUP MENU..

    REGION NAME CAN BE EDITED.

    CLICKAPPLY OR OK TO APPLY THE CHANGES

    CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING

    RIGHT CLICK ON ANY SUBNET ICON TO OPEN

    THE SUBNET PROPERTIES WINDOW..

    SUBNET NAME CAN BE EDITED.

    CLICKAPPLY OR OK TO APPLY THE CHANGES

    CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01ACTIVE ALARM BOOK MARK WINDOWS

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    CLICK ONACTIVE ALARM BAR TO DISPLAY THE

    ACTIVE ALARMS WINDOW

    CLICK ON BOOKMARK BAR TO DISPLAY THE BOOK

    MARK WINDOW

    ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW DISPLAY ALL THE NEs THAT

    HAVE ANY ACTIVE ALARMS. IT ALSO LIST THE ALARM

    ITEMS UNDER THE AFFECTED NE WITH THE

    DATE/TIME STAMP.

    FOR ANY ALARM IN THE NETWORK THE

    CORRESPONDING NE ICON APPEAR IN THIS WINDOW

    IN RED ANDACTIVE ALARM BAR START FLASHING.

    CLICKACK ALL EVENTS TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE

    ALARMS

    ITEMS LISTED IN THIS MENU ARE SELECTED FROM

    THE NETWORK ELEMENTS MENU >>ADD BOOKMARK

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01CONNECTION MAP

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    CONNECTION MAP SHOW THE NETWORK S LOGICAL CONNECTIONS.

    ITEMS SHOWN ON THE CONNECTION MAP DEPENDS ON THE

    SELECTION IN THE CONNECTION TREE OR CONNECTION MAP

    WINDOW

    WHEN CLICKED ON A SUBNET ICON THE MAP VIEW CHANGED TO

    SHOW THE NEs AND SUBNETS IN THE SELECTED SUBNET.

    WHEN THE MOUSE CURSOR IS MOVED OVER THE NE ICON, A

    MESSAGE WINDOW SHOWS INFORMATION ABOUT THAT NE.

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01GROUP MAP

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    GROUP MAP SHOWS THE NEs IN THE NETWORK GRAPHICALLY

    IN A BACKGROUND MAP..

    THE VIEW SHOWN ON THE MAP WINDOW DEPENDS ON THE

    SELECTED GROUP ICON OR NE ICON IN THE GROUP TREE

    WINDOW OR MAP WINDOW.

    RIGHT CLICK ON ANY ICON SHOWS A POPUP MENU.

    CONTENTS OF THE POPUP MENU DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF

    ICON SELECTED.

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01GROUP MAP EDIT MODETOOLBAR

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    TEXT TOOL

    LINE TOOL

    SELECT OBJECT TOOL

    CLICK EDIT MODE ICON IN THE GROUP MAP WINDOW

    TOOLBAR TO ENTER MAP EDIT MODE

    EDIT MODE

    NEW NE AND GROUP ICONS THAT BELONGS TO THE

    SELECTED GROUP ARE SHOWN HERE UNDER EDIT MODE.

    USE THE SELECT OBJECT TOOL TO DRAG THEM AND

    POSITION THE ICONS IN THE MAP WINDOW.

    RIGHT CLICK A NE RIGHT CLICK A GROUP

    ICONRIGHT CLICK A LINE

    UNDER EDIT MODE, RIGHT CLICKING ON ANY ICON SHOWS A POPUP MENU.

    THE CONTENTS OF THE POPUP MENU DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF ICON

    SELECTED.

    TOOLBAR

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01GROUP MAP MAP PROPERTIES

    TO SELECT OR CHANGE THE BACK GROUND MAP OF THE GROUP MAP WINDOW RIGHT CLICK ON THE GROUP MAP WINDOW AND FROM THE

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    TO SELECT OR CHANGE THE BACK GROUND MAP OF THE GROUP MAP WINDOW, RIGHT CLICK ON THE GROUP MAP WINDOW AND FROM THE

    POPUP MENU SELECT MAP PROPERTIES.

    MAP PROPERTIES IS PART OF THE GROUP

    PROPERTIES. SELECT THE MAP TAB TO DISPLAY

    MAP PROPERTY WINDOW.

    SELECT THE TREE TAB TO SEE A LIST

    OF NEs AND GROUPS WITHIN THE

    SELECTED GROUP. USE THE ARROW

    KEYS TO SELECT THE ORDER IN WHICH

    THE ICONS SHOULD APPEAR IN THE

    GROUP TREE VIEW.

    CLICK OK ORAPPLY TO MAKE THE

    SELECTED IMAGE AS THE BACKGROUND

    IMAGE FOR THE GROUP MAP WINDOW.

    BROWSEAND SELECT THE PATH TO THE

    BACKGROUND IMAGE BITMAP FILE

    SELECT THE VIEW AREA HEIGHT, WIDTH

    AND ORIENTATION

    SELECT THE GENERAL TAB TO EDIT

    THE GROUP NAME. ENTER A NOTE IN

    THE NOTE FIELD.

    THE GROUP NAME OR THE NOTE CAN

    BE SELECTED AS TEXT LABEL WHEN

    ASSOCIATE IS SELECTED IN THE TEXTPROPERTIES WINDOW.

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01GROUP MAP - TEXT EDITTEXT LABELS CAN BE ATTACHED TO THE ICONS OR PASTED ON THE BACKGROUND MAP. TO ENTER TEXT, GROUP MAP WINDOW SHOULD BE IN

    EDIT MODE

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    UNDER EDIT MODE, RIGHT CLICK ON THE MAP WHERE THE

    TEXT SHOULD APPEAR AND SELECT NEW TEXT. TEXT

    PROPERTIES WINDOW OPEN

    SELECT TEXT TOOL FROM THE TOOLBAR

    CLICK ON THE MAP WHERE THE NEW TEXT SHOULD APPEAR,.

    CONTINUE PRESSING ON THE LEFT MOUSE BUTTON AND

    DRAG THE MOUSE UNTIL THE REQUIRED SIZE OF THE TEXT

    BOX IS ACHIEVED.

    RELEASE THE LEFT BUTTON ON THE MOUSE TO DISPLAY THE

    TEXT PROPERTIES WINDOW.

    AFTER SELECTING THE CHOICES,

    CLICK OK ORAPPLY, AND THE

    SELECTED TEXT WILL APPEAR ON

    THE MAP..

    SELECT NAMEAND THE

    GROUP NAME WILL

    APPEAR AS TEXT

    THERE ARE TWO METHODS TO ENTER TEXT LABELS

    SELECT SPECIFYAND

    ENTER THE TEXT TO

    APPEAR ON THE MAP

    SELECTASSOCIATEAND

    SELECT THE GROUP

    FROM THE LIST.

    SELECT NOTEAND THE

    GROUP NOTE ENTERED

    UNDER GROUPPROPERTIES WILL

    APPEAR AS TEXT

    TEXT FONT, SIZE COLOR AND BACK

    GROUND COLOR CAN BE SPECIFIED

    HERE.

    TO REMOVE THE TEXT LABEL FROM

    THE MAP, RIGHT CLICK ON THE TEXTAND FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT

    REMOVE TEXT. SELECT YES IN THE

    CONFIRMATION DIALOG WINDOW.

    TO EDIT TEXT LABEL, RIGHT CLICK ON

    THE TEXT AND FROM THE POPUP

    MENU SELECT TEXT PROPERTIES TO

    OPEN THE TEXT PROPERTIESWINDOW . EDIT THE TEXT..

    1

    2

    REMOVE TEXT LABEL

    EDIT MODE

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01GROUP MAP LINE EDITLINES CAN BE DRAWN TO CONNECT THE NETWORK ELEMENT AND GROUP ICONS TO SHOW THE CONNECTIONS IN THE NETWORK. TO DRAW

    LINES THE GROUP MAP WINDOW SHOULD BE IN EDIT MODE.

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    SELECT THE LINE TOOL FROM THE TOOL BAR

    LINES THE GROUP MAP WINDOW SHOULD BE IN EDIT MODE.

    CLICK ON ONE OF THE NE OR GROUP ICONS TO BE

    CONNECTED AND THEN CLICK ON THE SECOND ICON. THE

    LINE PROPERTIES WINDOW OPENS.

    SET THE ATTRIBUTES FOR THE LINE

    RIGHT CLICK THE LINE TO BE EDITED. FROM

    THE POPUP MENU SELECT LINE

    PROPERTIES. LINE PROPERTIES WINDOW

    WILL OPEN.

    RIGHT CLICK ON THE LINE TO BE

    REMOVED. FROM THE POPUP MENU

    SELECT REMOVE LINE. SELECT YES INTHE CONFIRMATION DIALOG WINDOW.

    LINE STYLE

    LINE COLOR

    LINE WIDTH

    CLICK OK ORAPPLYAND THE LINECONNECTING THE TWO ICONS WILL BE

    DISPLAYED ON THE GROUP MAP

    WINDOW

    REMOVE A LINE

    EDIT A LINE

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01PNMS WINDOW MENU ITEMSSYSTEM VIEW NETWORK ELEMENTS EVENT LOG NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOLS HELP

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    LINK SUMMARY

    LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY

    GET ALL DATA

    ADD TO BOOKMARK

    PROPERTIES

    LOGIN / LOGOUT

    CHANGE PASSWORD

    SECURITY

    PNMS PROPERTIES

    EXIT

    NETWORK ELEMENT LIST

    TEST

    CONFIGURE

    INSTALL

    CLEAR DISPLAY

    DATA BROWSER

    PROPERTIES

    EVENT LOG HISTORY

    ALARM HISTORY

    SCREEN SAVER

    HELP

    ABOUT PNMS

    LIST THE PNMS MANUALS IN PDF FORMAT

    INDICATE THE PNMS SOFTWARE VERSION

    TEST THE SECREEN SAVER FUNCTION

    CONFIGURE SCREEN SAVER

    INSTAL SCREEN SAVER

    EDIT

    UPDATE

    OPEN THE NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL TO CONFIGURE THE NETWORK

    PNMS CONFIGURATION UPDATE WIZARD

    CLEAR THE EVENT DATA IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW

    EVENT LOG PROPERTIES WINDOW (AUTO SAVE AND STORE MAX SETTING)

    DISPLAY EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW

    DISPLAY ALARM HISTORY WINDOW

    OPEN THE SELECTED NE'S LINK SUMMARY WINDOW

    OPEN THE SELECTED NE'S LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY WINDOW

    SEND THE GET ALL DATA COMMAND TO THE SELECTED NE

    ADD THE SELECTED WINDOW TO THE BOOKMARK WINDOW

    OPEN THE NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERIES WINDOW

    OPEN THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW ( LIST ALL THE NEs CONFIGURED IN THE NETWORK)

    LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW

    CHANGE PASWORD WINDOW

    OPEN THE SECURITY WINDOW. (ADD GROUP PRIVILEGES AND ADD USERS)

    OPEN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW ( BUZZER SETTING, DATE TIME SYNCHRONIZATION AND LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY SETTING)

    EXIT PNMS PROGRAM

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01HELP FUNCTION

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    OPEN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW

    CONNECT - OPEN THE NE LIST WINDOW

    BUZZER STOP.

    DISPLAY THE PNMT SOFTWARE VERSION INFORMATION

    PNMS HELP FUNCTION IS AVAILABLE AS PNMS MANUALS

    IN PDF FILE FORMAT. IF THE ACROBAT READER IS

    INSTALLED IN THE PNMS PC, CLICKING HELP AND

    SELECTING THE RELEVANT PNMS FILE WILL OPEN THE

    PDF FILE TO PROVIDE HELP FUNCTION TO THE USER.

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01PNMS LOGIN / LOGOUT & EXIT

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    CLICK ON SYSTEM IN THE MENU BAR AND THEN CLICK ON LOGIN/LOGOUT IN THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPEN

    THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW

    ENTER THE USER NAMEAND PASSWORD.

    TO LOGOUT SELECT LOGOUT IN THE

    LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW.

    TO LOGIN SELECT LOGIN IN THE

    LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW.

    USERNAMEAND PASSWORD SHOULD BE DEFINED

    UNDER SECURITY FUNCTION. THE PRIVILEGES OF

    THE USER DEPENDS ON THE USER GROUP IT

    BELONGS TO

    CLICK OK TO LOGIN

    CLICK OK TO LOGOUT

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01CHANGE PASSWORD

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    ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD

    CLICK OK TO CHANGE THE

    PASSWORD.

    CLICK ON CHANGE PASSWORD IN THE SYSTEM

    DROPDOWN MENU TO OPEN THE CHANGE PASS WORD

    WINDOW.

    ENTER THE OLD PASSWORD

    RE-ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD TO CONFIRM

    CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT

    CHANGING PASSWORD

    ( UP TO 100 CHARACTERS)

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01SECURITYCLICK ON SYSTEM MENU IN THE PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR AND THEN CLICK ON SECURITY IN THE DROP DOWN

    MENU TO OPEN THE SECURITY WINDOW

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    U O O S CU O

    ADD NEW GROUP TO THE SYSTEM.

    GROUP TAB IN SECURITY WINDOW LIST

    THE GROUPS DEFINED IN THE SYSTEM..

    USER COUNT INDICATES HOW MANY

    USERS ARE IN EACH GROUP.

    DESCRIPTION DESCRIBES THE TYPE OF

    GROUP

    USER TAB IN SECURITY WINDOW SHOWSA LIST OF USERS DEFINED IN THE

    SYSTEM. GROUP COLUMN INDICATES,

    TO WHICH GROUP THE USER BELONGS

    TO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIBES THE TYPE

    OF USER.

    ADD NEW USER TO THE SYSTEM.

    REMOVE USER OR GROUP FROM THE SYSTEM

    OPEN THE PROPERTIES WINDOW FOR SELECTED USER OR GROUP

    CLOSE THE SECURITY WINDOW

    Remove

    THE NUMBER OF GROUPS

    THAT CAN BE CREATED ARE 10.

    UP TO 50 USERS CAN BE

    DEFINED, SPREAD OVER THE

    10 GROUPS.

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    ART-SEP/02 V01SECURITY ADD GROUPTO PROTECT THE NETWORK AND NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS OR

    MODIFICATION, PRIVILEGES ARE ASSIGNED TO THE GROUPS RATHER THAN INDIVIDUAL USERS. A USER WILL

    HAVE THE PRIVILEGES ASSIGNED TO THE GROUP IT BELONGS TO.

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    CLICK ON LIST MENU IN THE SECURITY WINDOW AND CLICK ON NEW GROUP OR CLICK ON NEW GROUP ICON IN

    THE TOOL BAR TO OPEN THE ADD GROUP WINDOW

    THE PNMS ALSO HAVE THE PNMT FUNCTIONS IN BUILT . THE PNMT

    SECURITY LEVEL DEFINES THE PNMT ACCESS LEVEL. THERE ARE

    FIVE ACCESS LEVELS

    IN THE SETTINGAREA THERE ARE TWO TAB

    SELECTIONS.

    FUNCTION TAB ALLOWS SELECTION OF PNMS

    FUNCTIONS ASSIGNED TO THE GROUP

    NETWORK ELEMENT TAB DEFINES NETWORK

    ELEMENTS THAT CAN BE CONTROLLED BY THE

    GROUP

    ALL NETWORK ELEMENTS CAN BE MONITORED

    AND VIEWED REGARDLESS OF THE DEFINED

    PRIVILEGES. HOWEVER A GROUP WILL NOT BE

    ABLE TO CONTROL ANY NE THAT HAS NOT BEEN

    ASSIGNED TO IT.

    AFTER SELECTING THE PRIVILEGESAND PNMT SECURITY LEVEL CLICK

    ONADD TO ADD THE NEW GROUP

    TO THE GROUP LIST. CLICK CLOSE

    TO EXIT THE ADD GROUP WINDOW

    SEE THE TABLES NEXT PAGE FOR DETAILS OF PNMS AND PNMT

    PRIVILEGES

    ENTER THE NAME FOR THE NEW GROUP

    ENTER A DESCRIPTION FOR THE NEW GROUP (OPTIONAL)

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01SECURITY PRIVILEGES

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    SEE THE TABLE NEXT PAGE FOR PNMT PRIVILEGESFOR THE PNMT SECURITY LEVELS

    PNMS PRIVILEGES ITEMS

    FUNCTION PURPOSE

    EXIT CLOSE THE PNMS APPLICATION

    SECURITY SETTING ADD, EDIT AND REMOVE NEW GROUPS AND USERS

    PNMS PROPERTIES-ALARM BUZZER SETTING OF BUZZER FUNCTION

    PNMS PROPERTIES-AUTO TIME SETTING AUTO TIME SYNCHRONIZATION OF NES

    PNMS PROPERTIES-LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY SAVING OF LINK PERFORMANCE HISTORY

    EVENT LOG REGISTRATION SETTING EVENT LOG PROPERTIES

    NETWORK CONFIGURATION- EDIT ENABLES NETWORK CONFIGURATION TOOL

    NETWORK CONFIGURATION-UPDATE UPDATE THE PNMS NETWORK CONFIGURATION

    GROUP MAP EDIT ADD TEXT, LINES AND MAPS IN THE MAP AREA

    ADD GROUP ADD NETWORK GROUPS IN THE PNMS

    REMOVE GROUPS REMOVE NETWORK GROUPS IN THE PNMS

    MOVE GROUP & NEs TRANSFER NE OR GROUPS IN THE GROUP TREE

    EVENT LOG CLEAR DATA CLEAR CURRENT DATA IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW

    GROUP PROPERTIES-GENERAL USE GROUP PROPERTIES GENERAL TAB

    GROUP PROPERTIES-TREE USE GROUP PROPERTY TREE TAB

    NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES-MANAGEMENT USE PASOLINK PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TAB

    NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTY-LINK

    PERFORMANCE MONITOR

    USE PASOLINK PROPERTY LINK PERFORMANCE

    MONITOR TAB

    EVENT LOG SAVE AS ALLOWS EVENT LOG SAVE FUNCTION

    ALARM HISTORY SAVE AS ALLOWS ALARM HISTORY SAVE FUNCTION

    SUBNET PROPERTY-GENERAL ALLOWS SUBNET NAME CHANGE

    REGION PROPERTY- GENERAL ALLOWS REGION NAME CHANGE

    ALL CONTROL FUNCTIONS ARE DISABLEDMONITOR

    OPERATOR PRIVILEGE. NO ACCESS TO

    CONFIGURATION

    USER

    USER CAN ONLY CONTROL THE LOCAL

    NEs, NOT THE REMOTE NEs

    LOCAL

    USER CAN ONLY CONTROL THE REMOTE

    NEs NOT THE LOCAL

    REMOTE

    HIGHEST LEVEL OF PNMT USER

    PRIVILEGE. THE USER HAS ACCESS TO

    ALL PNMT CONTROLS AND

    CONFIGURATIONS

    ADMIN

    DESCRIPTIONLEVEL

    PNMT SECURITY LEVELS

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    ART-SEP/02 V01USER NAMES & PRIVILEGES-PASO+Category Item Monitor User Local Remote Admin

    SYSTEM ALARM BUZZER

    CONNECT (REMOTE LOGIN)

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    PROVISIONING - MTPC MTPC TX POWER RX THRESHOLD LEVEL

    ADDITIONAL ATT

    ATPC ATPC MAXIMUM / MINIMUM

    RX THRESHOLD LEVEL

    ADDITIONAL ATT

    ODU CPU ALM MODE

    BER THRESHOLD HIGH BER (RADIO)

    RX SWITCH (RADIO)

    E-BER (MUX / DMR)

    SD ( MUX / DMR)

    MAIN INTERFACE MAIN OUTPUT CONTROL

    ALS ENABLE/DISABLE AND ALS DELAY

    SUB INTERFACE SUB INTERFACE

    WS INTFC AND WS LINE LENGTH

    OH ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT

    CHANNEL USAGE

    V-11-? DIRECTION SETTING

    EQUIPMENT SETUP EQUIPMENT SETUP

    NE NAME

    RELAY CONFIGURATION

    CTRL CONTROL DATE / TIME

    DOWNLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE

    PROGRAM FILE UPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE

    NOTE

    MAINTENANCE MAINT MODE ON/OFF

    TX/RX FREQUENCY

    TX / RX SWITCH

    TX MUTE

    LOOPBACK1 , LOOP BACK2 AND IF LOOPBACK

    CW ALS RESTART

    ATPC MANUAL

    PERFORMANCE MONITOR PMON THRESHOLD

    SAVE TO DISK

    EVENT LOG SAVE TO DISK

    AUX I/O INPUT AND OUTPUT

    CPU RESET RESET

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01SECURITY ADD USER

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    CLICK ON LIST MENU IN THE SECURITY WINDOW AND CLICK ON NEW USER OR CLICK ON NEW USER ICON IN THE

    TOOL BAR TO OPEN THEADD USER WINDOW

    CLICK THE ARROW IN THE GROUP FIELD AND FROM THE LIST OF AVAILABLE

    GROUPS SELECT THE GROUP WITH THE REQUIRED PRIVILEGES FOR THIS

    USER

    AFTER ENTERING ALL THE FIELDS CLICK ONADD TO ADD

    THE NEW USER TO THE USER LIST. CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT

    THE ADD USER WINDOW

    ENTER THE USER NAME (UP TO 32 CHARACTERS)

    ENTER A DESCRIPTION FOR THE USER

    CONFIRM THE PASSWORD BY RE-ENTERING

    ENTER THE PASSWORD FOR THIS USER (UP TO 100 CHARACTERS)

    Add

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    ART-SEP/02 V01PNMS PROPERTIES-ALARM BUZZER

    CLICK ON PNMS PROPERTIES ON THE

    SELECT WAVE FILE TO

    ENABLE THE BUZZER. THE

    BUZZER SOUND CAN BE

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    SYSTEM DROP DOWN MENU TO OPENTHE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW.

    SELECT THEALARM BUZZER TAB.

    CHANGED BY SELECTING A

    DIFFERENT WAV FILE. USE

    BROWSE TO LOCATE THE

    PATH TO THE WAV FILE.

    SELECT NO SOUND

    TO DISABLE THE

    BUZZER

    CLICK HERE TO TEST THE

    BUZZER SOUND

    BEEP FREQUENCY CAN BE

    DEFINED BY CLICKING ON EDITAND

    SELECTING THE FREQUENCY ANDDURATION FOR EACH FREQUENCY.

    CLICK THE ARROW KEY TO ADD TO

    THE LIST. SEVERAL FREQUENCIES

    CAN BE ADDED TO THE BEEP

    SIGNAL. SELECTED FREQUENCIES

    CAN BE DELETED BY SELECTING

    THE FREQUENCY FROM THE LIST

    AND CLICKING ON THE DELETE

    SYMBOL.

    SELECT BEEP TO

    ENABLE THE BUZZER

    WITH BEEP FREQUENCIES

    INSTEAD OF WAVE FILE

    SOUND

    CLICK OK TO IMPLEMENT THE OPTIONS SELECTED ORCLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUT CHANGING THE

    SETTINGS.

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01PNMS PROPERTIESIN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW.

    SELECT THE LINK PERFORMANCE

    HISTORY TAB

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    HISTORY TAB. DEFINES THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE PNMS

    WILL KEEP THE OLDEST DATA (1 90 DAYS)

    CLICK ON EQUIPMENT TYPE TO SELECT HEPASOLINK TYPE FROM A LIST. NETWORK

    ELEMENTS OF THE TYPE SELECTED AND

    THEIR IP ADDRESSES WILL BE SHOWN

    BELOW. EQUIPMENT TYPES THAT COULD BE

    SELECTED ARE:

    CLICK OK ORAPPLY BUTTON TO SET THEPARAMETERS.

    PASOLINK V3

    DEFINES AT WHAT TIME THE PNMS WILL

    COLLECT THE LINK PERFORMANCE DATA

    FROM THE SELECTED PASOLINKS. SET THE

    TIME IN HH.MM

    FROM THE NE LIST OF NETWORK ELEMENTS

    SELECT ONE BY ONE AND FOR EACH NE

    DEFINE THE TYPE OF DATA TO BE

    COLLECTED. FROM THE COLLECT TYPE

    SELECTION BELOW.

    PASOLINK PLUS STM-1

    PASOLINK PLUS PDHPASOLINK SMIU

    ITEMS SHOWN ON THE COLLECT TYPE FIELD

    DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT TYPE

    SELECTED BEFORE.

    IN THE PNMS PROPERTIES WINDOW.

    SELECT THEAUTO SET DATE/TIME TAB.

    SELECT ENABLE SET PMC DATE/TIME

    AUTOMATICALLY TO SYNCHRONIZE THE PMC

    DATE/TIME TO THE PNMS PC DATE/TIME.

    PNMS WILL SET THE PMC DAT/TIME AT THE

    TIME SET IN THE EXECUTE TIME FIELD.

    CLICKAPPLY OR OK TO SET THE PARAMETERS.

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    ART-SEP/02 V01VIEW MENU - NETWORK ELEMENT LISTCLICK NETWORK ELEMENT LIST ON THE VIEW DROP DOWN MENU TO DISPLAY THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST

    WINDOW.

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    NETWORK ELEMENT LIST SHOW THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION

    NOT CONNECTED NE

    NEs SHOWN IN THE NETWORK ELEMENT LIST CAN BEFILTERED USING THE FILTER WINDOW. CLICK THE FILTER

    ICON ON THE TOOL BAR OR CLICK LIST >> FILTER

    ALARMED NE

    NORMAL NE

    NE NAME

    EQUIPMENT TYPE (PASO+, PASO V3, ETC..)

    OPPOSITE NE IN THE HOPNE ALM/NORMAL STATUS

    LINK PERFORMANCE ALM/NORMAL STATUS

    AUX I/O ALM /NORMAL STATUS

    NE IP ADDRESS

    CLICK HERE TO

    SELECT OR

    DESELECT

    FILTER ITEMS

    ENTER THE FILTER

    PARAMETER OR

    CLICK THE ARROW

    TO SELECT THEPARAMETERS

    CLICK OK TO

    DISPLAY THEFILTERED NE LIST

    NE MENU CAN BEVIEWED BY CLICKING

    THE NETWORK

    ELEMENT MENU OR

    RIGHT CLICKING ON

    ANY NE IN THE LIST

    FILTER ICON

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    THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO OPEN THE NE PROPERTIES WINDOW.

    RIGHT CLICK THE NE IN ANY WINDOW BELOW. FROM THE

    POPUP MENU SELECT PROPERTIES

    FIRST SELECT THE NE FROM THE TREE WINDOW OR MAP

    WINDOW. FROM THE MENU BAR OF PNMS WINDOW CLICK

    NETWORK ELEMENTS . FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU SELECT

    PROPERTIES

    CONNECTION TREE WINDOW

    GROUP TREE WINDOW

    MAP WINDOW

    NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW

    ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW

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    FOLLOWING FIELDS IN THE GENERAL TAB ARE FOR

    MONITORING PURPOSE ONLY AND CANNOT BE

    MODIFIED IN THIS WINDOW

    NETWORK ELEMENT NAME SHOWN IN THE GROUP

    VIEW.. THIS IS DEFINED IN THE NETWORK CONFIG

    TOOL OR FROM THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW

    EQUIPMENT SETUP

    IP ADDRESS OF THE NETWORK ELEMENT,

    ASSIGNED FROM THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL

    NOTE (OPTION) DESCRIBING THE NETWORK

    ELEMENT. ENTERED FROM THE NETWORK

    CONFIG TOOL OR FROM THE LINK SUMMARY

    WINDOW EQUIPMENT SETUP.

    MANAGEMENT TAB DEFINES WHETHER

    THE SELECTED NETWORK ELEMENT IS

    POLLED BY THE PNMS OR NOT.

    THIS ALLOWS THE OPERATOR TO

    UNMANAGED NETWORK ELEMENTS

    THAT ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE IN

    THE RADIO NETWORK THEREBY

    MINIMIZING UNWANTED POLLS FORM

    THE PNMS. IT IS ALSO ADVISABLE TO

    UNMANAGED NEs THAT ARE

    CURRENTLY BEING SERVICED AND ARE

    THEREFORE OFFLINE.

    WHEN MANAGED IS SELECTED PNMS

    WILL POLL THE SELECTED NE.

    WHEN UNMANAGED IS SELECTED THE

    PNMS WILL NOT POLL THE SELECTED

    NE. THE NE ICON IN THE TREE WINDOW

    AND MAP WINDOW WILL CHANGE ITS

    COLOR TO BLACK BACKGROUND

    LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR TAB

    DEFINES WHAT TYPE OF DATA TO

    COLLECTED FORM THE SELECTED NE.

    LINK PERFORMANCE DATA ARE

    COLLECTED BY THE PM CARD EVERY

    15MIN THROUGH OUT THE DAY AND

    ARE STORED IN THE PNMS

    DAILY

    SUMMARY LINK PERFORMANCE OF

    EACH DAY IN THE WEEK IS

    COLLECTED BY THE PM CARD ANDSTORED IN THE PNMS.

    WEEKLY

    AFTER CHECKING / CHANGING THE NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES CLICK OK ORAPPLY TO IMPLEMENT THEM OR CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITH

    OUT CHANGING.

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    ART-SEP/02 V01NETWORK ELEMENT LINK SUMMARYMAP WINDOW PNMS WINDOW MENU BAR

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    PNMS

    THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO OPEN THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW.

    THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW IS SAME AS THE PNMT WINDOW

    EXCEPT FOR THE MENU BAR ITEMS. SEE THE PNMT MANUAL FOR

    DETAILS.

    RIGHT CLICK THE NE IN ANY OF THE WINDOWS BELOW .

    FROM THE POPUP MENU SELECT LINK SUMMARY

    FIRST SELECT THE NE IN THE TREE WINDOW OR MAP

    WINDOW. FROM THE MENU BAR OF THE PNMS WINDOW OR

    NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW CLICK NETWORK

    ELEMENTS . FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU SELECT LINK

    SUMMARY

    CONNECTION TREE WINDOW

    GROUP TREE WINDOW

    MAP WINDOW

    NETWORK ELEMENT LIST WINDOW

    ACTIVE ALARM WINDOW

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    Performance / Events data Management

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    PNMS

    Event Log

    File

    Day 120020911

    Day#1

    Da

    y#90

    Event LogFile

    Day 120020911

    Day#1

    Day#7

    Link

    Performance

    ES

    SESUAS

    BBE

    OFS

    Event Log

    File

    Day 120020911

    Day#1

    Day

    #90

    1

    300

    Latest

    Oldest

    IDU (PM Card)

    PNMS

    If the link between IDU and the

    PNMS is broken the events

    occoured during the down time

    will not be available in the

    PNMS

    Performance History is saved in the IDU daily (maximum of 7 days).

    PNMS retreive this performance data at a preset time once per day.

    Events

    Status Change

    Alarm Occurrence

    Alarm Recovery

    Controls

    Parameter Change

    Page n

    Page 3

    Page 2

    Page 1

    (300 Events)

    Event Log File

    Create One Event File per day, if

    the number of events per day is

    more than 300, will open another

    page under the same file.

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    ART-SEP/02 V01EVENT LOG MENUCLICK THE CLEAR DISPLAY

    DATA TO CLEAR THE DATA IN

    THE PNMS EVENT LOGDISPLAY

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    PNMS

    DISPLAY

    WHEN SAVE AUTOMATICALLY FUNCTION IS DESELECTED, THE NETWORK

    EVENTS ARE DISPLAY IN THE EVENT LOG WINDOW BUT DOES NOT SAVE

    THEM. THEREFORE CANNOT BE VIEWED FROM THE ALARM/EVENT LOG

    HISTORY WINDOWS

    DATA BROWSER MENU CAN

    OPEN EVENT LOG HISTORY

    WINDOW ORALARM

    HISTORY WINDOW

    EVENT LOG-PROPERTIES WINDOW SET THEAUTO

    SAVE FUNCTION. THE STORE MAX SETS THE

    NUMBER OF DAYS THE EVENT LOG DATA ARE TO BE

    KEPT IN THE PNMS PC (RANGE 1 90 DAYS)

    NECITR-YTC

    ART-SEP/02 V01EVENT LOG HISTORY

    EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW DISPLAY THE PAST EVENTS OF THE PASOLINK NETWORK WHEN

    WHEN EVENT LOG PROPERTIES IS SET TO SAVE AUTOMATICALLY, PNMS SAVE THE NETWORK

    EVENTS IN A HISTORY FILE. THERE IS ONE FILE FOR EACH DAY. PNMS PC WILL KEEP THESE

    FILES FOR THE NUMBER OF DAYS SET IN STORE MAX FIELD (1 90 DAYS).

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    PNMS

    EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW DISPLAY THE PAST EVENTS OF THE PASOLINK NETWORK. WHEN

    THE WINDOW IS FIRST OPENED IT DISPLAY THE CURRENT DAYS HISTORY FILE.

    FILE VIEW

    FILTER

    ALL EVENTS

    PREVIOUS PAGE

    NEXT PAGE

    OPEN

    SAVE AS

    PRINT

    RELOAD

    PREVIOUS FILE

    NEXT FILECLOSE

    OPEN EVENT LOG FILTER WINDOW

    TO SHOW ALL EVENTS AFTER A FILTERED EVENT DISPLAY

    WHEN EVENTS ARE SHOWN ON MULTIPLE PAGES -SHOW THE PREVIOUS PAGE

    WHEN EVENTS ARE SHOWN ON MULTIPLE PAGES -SHOW THE NEXT PAGE

    OPEN EVENT LOG FILE - SELECT THE PATH TO THE LOG FILE FROM THE OPEN FILE WINDOW

    SAVE THE EVENT LOG FILE DISPLAYED IN THE WINDOW- INDICATE THE LOCATION FOR THE FILE TO BE SAVED

    PRINT THE EVENT LOG FILE DISPLAYED IN THE WINDOW

    WHEN CURRENT EVENT LOG HISTORY FILE IS VIEWED, RELOAD THE LATEST EVENTS

    DISPLAY THE PREVIOUS FILE SAVED IN THE PNMS- LOG FOLDER

    DISPLAY THE NEXT FILE SAVED IN THE PNMS- LOG FOLDERCLOSE THE EVENT LOG HISTORY WINDOW

    TO VIEW THE OTHER FILES SELECT PREVIOUS FILE / NEXT FILE FROM

    THE FILE MENU OR CLICK THE PREVIOUS FILE/NEXT FILE ICONS IN THE

    TOOLBAR. THE FILES ARE NAMED AS YYYYMMDD-1

    THE EVENTS LOGGED ARE DISPLAYED IN PAGES EACH PAGE SHOWING300 EVENTS. TO VIEW OTHER PAGES SELECT PREVIOUS PAGE / NEXT

    PAGE FROM THE VIEW MENU OR CLICK THE PREVIOUS PAGE / NEXT

    PAGE ICON ON THE TOOL BAR.

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    Introduction ROI-S05752

    1.1 Accessing the PASOLINK NEO

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    1 Connect the Computer (PC) with a USB cable between the LCTport and the USB port,

    Note: 1. Before connecting the LCT, you need to start to installthe USB Driver, Java 2 Runtime and the Dial-up. For

    the details, refer to Chapter 10 to Chapter 12.

    2. Do not perform the dial-up setup before USB driverinstallation has not been completed.

    SELV

    !

    AUX/ALM SCIN/OUT EOW

    PROTECT

    CALL MMC

    MAINTMEMORY

    IDU

    XIFIN XIFOUT

    IFIN/OUT

    TX

    RX

    RESETXPICCTRL

    XPIC

    PWR

    ODUMD/CBL PWR

    PASOLINK NEO

    ALM

    2MIN/OUT-A 2MIN/OUT-B

    PULL

    GG

    G

    USB Cable

    PC for LCT

    USB port

    PASOLINK NEO IDU

    LCT NMS NE

    LCT NMS NE

    PASOLINK NEO ODU

    LCT port

    100M PORT 1 PORT 2 100M

    LCT SETUP

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    3 The dialog box Connect LCT appears,

    4 Click on Dial button, then the PC is accessed to the IDU,

    Introduction ROI-S05752

    7 Enter User ID and password in User/Password entry fields andpress the Login button,

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    p g ,

    Default password of Admin is defined as 12345678

    The password can be changed by Administrator privilege. The LCToperator must have the security system privilege to control of PASOLINK

    NEO systems. (The password change is described in Chapter 6.3Maintenance 2)

    8 Following LCT Open View is displayed,(Cascaded Alarm/Status items are displayed in Main area bydefault.)

    User ID Pass Word Privilege

    Admin ******** Access to the LCT and control

    User (non password) Access to the LCT (monitor only)

    PASOLINK NEO LCT Open View (Example)

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    10. Installation of USB

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    Following procedure explains when the USB Driver is installed to the PCon Windows Xp.

    1. Connect the PC with a USB cable between the LCT port and the

    USB port,

    2. Select Install from a list or specific location [Advanced] andclick on Nextbutton,

    ROI-S05752 Installation of USB

    3. Insert the CD-ROM of the USB driver to the PC and selectSearch for the best driver in these locationsand check Search

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    removal media [floppy, CD-ROM...], then, click on Nextbutton,

    4. Click Continue Anyway button in the Hardware Installationalert pop-up,

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    6. Click Finishbutton in the Found New Hardware Wizardafterinstallation has been completed.

    ROI-S05752 Dial-up Setting

    11. Dial-up Setting

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    Following procedure explains when the Dial-up is set to the PC onWindows Xp.

    1. Click on StartSettingControl Panel and on NetworkConnectionsicon to start the Dialup setting.

    2. The Network Connectionswindow appears. Click on Createa new connectionin the Network Taskscategory.

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    3. The Welcome to the New Connection Wizard windowappears. Click on Nextbutton to continue.

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    4. Select Connect to the network at my workplaceand click onNextbutton to continue.

    ROI-S05752 Dial-up Setting

    5. Select option Dial-up connectionand click on Nextbutton tocontinue.

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    6. On the New Connection Wizardwindow, enter LCTin theCompany Name entry field and click on Next button tocontinue.

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    7. Enter phone number in the Phone numberentry field and clickon Nextbutton to continue.

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    8. Verify that the connection LCThas displayed as the connectionregistered. You can also create a shortcut on your desktop if youneed. Click on Finishbutton.

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    9. On Connect LCTdia-log, click Properties,

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    10. Verify that Modem-USB Modem Driver [COM(#)] isdisplayed on the General tab connect using check box, and selectShow icon in notification area when connected in the LCT

    Properties dia-log. Then, click onConfigurebutton.

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    ROI-S05752 Dial-up Setting

    13. Retain the default setting on the Security tab, click theNetworkingtab.

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    14. On the Networking tab, verify that PPP... is displayed in the Type

    of dial-up server I am callingsetting field, unchecked File andPrinter... and Client for Microsoft...., Client for MicrosoftNetworks.

    Dial-up Setting ROI-S05752

    15. Click Settings button, unchecked all the boxes in the PPPSettingsdialog as shown below. ClickOK to go back to the

    previous window. Point Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and thenli k P ti

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    click Properties.

    16. Verify that both Obtain an IP address automatically andObtain DNS server address automaticallyare selected.

    17. Click on Advancedbutton,

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    Java Runtime Install ROI-S05752

    12. Java Runtime Install

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    1. Install Java Runtime by double-click on the file name (highlightedbelow).

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    ROI-S05590

    Table of Contents

    1. Installation Sequence................................................................................................................1

    2. Phone and Modem Options Setting (Standard 19.2Kbps Connection) ........................................23. Installation of USB Com Port Driver (USB Connection)............................................................7

    4 Dial up Setting 10

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    4. Dial-up Setting .......................................................................................................................10

    4 SNMP Service Setting.............................................................................................................20

    5 PNMT Setup ..........................................................................................................................25

    6 Launching PNMT ..................................................................................................................29

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    1. Installation Sequence

    Network Element (NE) other than

    Step1: Modem Setting

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    PASOLINK NEO ONLYNetwork Element (NE) other than

    PASOLINK NEO

    USB Modem Setting

    (Installation of USB Com Port Driver)

    Standard 19200bps Modem Setting

    (Phone and Modem Options Setting)

    Step2: Dial-up Connection Setting

    Step3: SNMP Service Setting

    Step4: Pasolink Network Management Terminal (PNMT) Setup

    Step5: Launching PNMT

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    2. Phone and Modem Options Setting (Standard 19.2Kbps Connection)

    This section deals with the use of a Standard 19.2Kbps Modem Dial-up connection. (for

    non-PASOLINK-NEO network elements). If you wish to use a USB Modem Driver (for PASOLINK-NEOnetwork elements, please refer to 3.Installation of USB Com Port Driver, p.7

    (1) Click Start | Settings | Control Panel.

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    ( ) | g |

    (2) Click the Phone and Modem Optionsicon in the Control Panel window to start configuring the

    modem.

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    (3) Enter your countryand area codein the Location Information window. Click [OK].

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    (4) Verify the Locationand Area Code.

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    (5) Select the Modemtab. Click [Add] to continue with adding the new modem for the PNMT.

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    (6) Check Dont detect my modem ...and click [Next]to continue.

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    (7) Select Standard Modem Typesfrom the list of Manufacturersand Standard 19200bpsModemfrom the Models. Click [Next]to continue.

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    (8) Select Selected portsand COM#, then click [Next]to continue.

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    (9) Click [Finish]to complete the new modem installation.

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    (10) Verify that Standard 19200 bps ModemandCOM1are displayed. Click [OK].

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    (3) Insert the USB driver CD-ROM in the computers disk drive and select Search for the bestdriver in these locationsand check Search removable media [floppy, CD-ROM ...]then, click[Next].

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    (4) Click [Continue Anyway] in the Hardware Installation pop-up alert.

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    (5) USB Modem Driver Installation starts.

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    (6) USB Com Port Driver installation is complete.

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    4. Dial-up Setting

    (1) Click Start | Settings | Control Panel and the Network Connectionsicon to start configuringthe Dialup setting.

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    (2) The Network Connections window appears. Click Create a new connection in the NetworkTasks area.

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    (3) The Welcome to the New Connection Wizard window appears. Click [Next].

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    (4) Select Connect to the network at my workplaceand click [Next]to continue.

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    (5) Select Dial-up connectionand click [Next]to continue.

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    (6) Select Modem USB Modem Driver [COM#] and click [Next]to continue.

    NOTE

    This screen appears only when a USB Modem Driver has

    been installed.

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    (7) In the New Connection Wizard window, enter Pnmtin the Company Namefield and click[Next]to continue.

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    (8) Enter any number in the Phone numberfield and click [Next]to continue.

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    (9) Verify that Pnmtis displayed as the connection. You can also create a shortcut on your desktopif desired. Click [Finish].

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    (10) In the Connect Dial-up Connection window, click [Cancel]to continue. Click Propertiesin theConnect Dial-up Connectionwindow.

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    (11) Verify that Modem-Standard 19200 bps Modem [COM1]is displayed on the General tab inthe Dial-up Connection Properties window. Click [Configure].

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    (12) In the Modem Configurationwindow, uncheck all five boxes.

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    (13) Retain the default setting on the Optionstab and click the Securitytab.

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    (14) Retain the default setting on the Securitytab and click the Networkingtab.

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    (17) Verify that both Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server addressautomatically are selected.

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    (18) In the Advanced TCP/IP Settings window, uncheck Use IP header compression for the PPP link.Click [OK].

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    (19) Retain the default setting on the Advancedtab and click [OK].

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    Before activating Windows XP SP After activating Windows XP SP

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    4 SNMP Service Setting

    NOTE

    It is necessary to remove SNMP Service or to stop it if it hasalready been installed.

    To Remove SNMP Service:

    (1) Select Start Setting Control Panel then in the Add or Remove Programs window click

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    (1) Select Start Setting Control Panel, then, in the Add or Remove Programs window, clickAdd/Remove Windows Components.

    (2) The Windows Components Wizard window appears. Remove the check from Management andMonitoring Tools, and then click Details ....