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  • NECNECITR-YTCART-MARI04 V02

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  • NECPNMT-GENERAL NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    PASO LINK NETWORK MANAGEMENT TERMINAL (PNMT) IS A MOBILE TERMINAL CONSISTING OFA PORTABLE COMPUTER WITH A SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF THE PASOLINK NETWORKMANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DEVELOPED FOR MANAGEMENT OF NEC PASOLINK SERIES SHORTHAUL RADIO TRANSMISSION NETWORK.

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    PNMT IS DESIGNED AS AN ONSITE MAINTENANCETOOL TO BE USED BY THE FIELD ENGINEERS ANDTECHNICIANS. IT CONNECTS DIRECTLY TO THEPNMT PORT OF THE PASOLINK IOU. PNMT CAN BEUSED TO MONITOR LOCAL / REMOTE EQUIPMENT

    STATUS AND PROVIQES CONTROL CAPABILITIESSIMILAR TO THOSE AVAILABLE IN PNMS.

    PNMT IS ALSO USED TO DOWN LOAD SYSTEM ANDCONFIGURATION FILES TO THE NE AND UPGRADETHE SOFTWARE IN THE IOU

    WHEN CONNECTED TO AN IOU. PNMT .CANMONITOR NOT ONLY THE LOCAL EQUIPMENT BUTANY REMOTE NETWORK ELEMENT UNDER THECONTROL OF THE CENTRAL PM.

    PNMT 1

  • NECFUNC IONS NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    II MICROSOFT WINDOWS 98/NT/2000/XPWORKSTATION GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE

    II ONE HOP LINK DISPLAY ON THE PNMT SCREEN

    II COMMUNICATE WITH REMOTE NEs ON THE SAME NETWORK

    II COLLECTS ALARM AND STATUS INFORMATION FROM THE LOCAL AND REMOTE NEs

    II TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT CONTROL VIA LOCAL AND REMOTE CTRL MODULES

    II SEVERAL LEVELS OF LOGIN I LOGOUT

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    II EVENT LOGGING WINDOW

    II PERFORMANCE MONITORING FUNCTION WINDOW

    II LOCAL I REMOTE EQUIPMENT CONTROL FUNCTION

    III!I LOCAL/REMOTE PM CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

    II LOCAL/REMOTE UP GRADING OF APPLICATION SOFTWARE

    PNMT 2

  • PNMT COMMUNICATION INTERFACENECNECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

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

    VIA THE PNMT PORT OF THE LOCAL PASOLINK EQUIPMENT

    VIA THE DSC TO A REMOTE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT

    PNMT PORT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE EQUIPMENT ANDCONSISTS OF A RJ45 CONNECTOR. PNMT PORT CONNECT THE PMCTRL MODULE IN THE IDU VIA A SERIAL CABLE TO THE RELEVANTCOMMUNICATION PORT OF THE PNMT COMPUTER.

    PROPERTIES OF THE PNMT PORT ARE AS FOllOWS:

    PORT CONFIGURATION

    CONNECTOR TYPE

    BITS PER SECOND RATE

    RS-232

    RJ45

    1200TO 19200Default(19200)

    I PNMTPORT I

    PC (PIHAT,I

    3METERS

    PAS()l INI(~

    PNLAT poII.

    PNMT 3

    1 C,D.2 D;DJ. !;:);D4 DSFi:S GilD6- DT'Fi:7 C1l:i:a. RTI;

  • NECHARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    II RECOMMENDED PNMT MOBILE PC CONFIGURATION

    LAPTOP PC WITH TFT DISPLAY (IBM COMPATIBLE)

    CPU: PENTIUM-II 500 MHz OR HIGHERRAM: 128 MB OR MOREHOD: 5 GB OR MOREFDD: 3.5INCHCD-ROM: 8 x OR HIGHERINTEGRATED SOUND CARD AND SPEAKER

    II SOFTWARE CONFIGURATIONALL STRUCTURED AND MODULAR PROGRAMS USED IN PNMT ARE RESIDENT IN THE HARD DISKAND RAM OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTER. THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM IS EMPLOYEDWHICH IS CAPABLE OF MULTITASK PROCESSING. THE PNMT SOFTWARE BASICALLY CONSISTSOF TWO PARTS, THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND THE APPLICATION PROGRAM

    II OPERATING SYSTEM

    WINDOWS 98 (ENGLISH VERSION) ORWINDOWS NT WORKSTATION Ver 4.0 (ENGLISH VERSION)WINDOWS 2000 (ENGLISH VERSION)WINDOWS XP (ENGLISH VERSION)

    II APPLICATION PROGRAM

    NEC PNMT SOFTWARE

    PNMT 4

  • ,NECSTART UP NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V02

    CONNECT THE PNMT PC COM1 PORT AND THE PASOLINK IDU PNMT PORT USING A RS232CCABLE

    DOUBLE CLICK ON THE PNMT SHORTCUTICON ON THE DESKTOP OR CLICK ONSTARTPROGRAMPNMTPNMT

    I Coneel ISelectedN k EI_nI

    I . 0PNMT PROGRAM STARTUP ANDTRIES TO GET CONNECTED TO THEPASOLINK EQUIPMENT Acquiringdata. Please wait...

    AFTER CONNECTING TO THE PASOLINKEQUIPMENT TRIES TO ACQUIRE DATA FROMTHE LOCAL EQUIPMENT AND THE REMOTEEQUIPMENT TO DISPLAY ON THE LINKSUMMARY WINDOW

    PMC IV,,,,,,,

    PNMT 5

    MTPC1)(Power "2%jEiTX Frequency 23010.750MHzRX FreauencY 22002.750MHz

    Frame10 1

    1)(Powefcohlrol ATPCMainINTFC ' STM.1(Optical)

    ALS EnableMAINT OFF

  • NECSHUT DOWN NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    IF YOU HAVE NOT LOGIN FIRST THEEXIT MENU CANNOT BE SELECTED.

    TO EXIT THE PNMT PROGRAMCLICK ON EXIT INTHE SYSTEMDROPDOWN MENU AND CLICK YES.

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    IN THE DIALOG BOXTHAT OPENS CLICKYES

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    Not Connected Not Connected

    THE SCREEN INDICATES NOW PNMTSHUTDOWN. IT WILL TAKE FEW MINUTES TOSHUTDOWN

    PNMT 6

  • PNMT MAIN SCREENNECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    PNMT WINDOW

    MENU BAR

    COMMON TOOL BAR

    LINK SUMMARY WINDOW

    NE-SPECIFIC MENU ITEMS

    BLOCK DIAGRAM

    NE-SPECIFIC DATA

    Q

    CLICK ON THE ARROWICONS IN THE MIDDLE OFTHE SCREEN TO EXPANDTHE LEFT OR RIGHT DATAWINDOW.CLICKING ON THEBLOCK WILL RETURN THEORIGINAL SPLIT SCREEN.

    TAB SELECTION FOROTHER EQUIPMENTVIEWS

    PNMT MAIN SCREEN IS SPLIT IN TO TWO TO DISPLAY THE DATAFROM THE TWO NEs IN THE HOP.

    - --.--.---.---SelectedNetwork Element I Opposite Network Element

    I" . '.' . .. . .jg] 0 LinkPerformanceMonitor L~ConfigUrat~~~.~J.~:ve~~Lo~..L~.~i~~,~~~~~~~~~:~~~it~~. ..

    C..: m ~iQ~QOL---""" ''''''-'

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    -15dB22282.000MHz23290.000MHz

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    MTPC10/100BASE-T

    OFF

    OPPOSITE NE

    ""'.&"~ At

    LOGIN INFORMATION

    ATPC

    OFF

    Ready

    SELECTED NE

    PNMT 7

    MTPCTXPowerBTXFrequency 23290.000MHzRXFrequency., 22282.000MHz

    Frame10' . 1

  • NECPNMT MAIN SCREEN NECITR-YTCART -MAR/04 V02

    COMMON MENU BAR

    COMMON MENU BAR OF THE PNMT WINDOW PRESENTS THE SYSTEM AND HELP MENU ITEMS. EACH MENU ITEMHAVE A DROP DOWN MENU SHOWINGTHE OPTIONS AVAILABLE.

    COMMON TOOL BARCOMMON TOOL BAR OF THE PNMT WINDOW HOLDS THE ICONS OF THE FREQUENTLY USED MENU ITEMS

    LINKSUMMARYWINPQWLINK SUMMARY WINDOW SHOWS THE SELECTED NETWORK ELEMENT (NE)AND ITS OPPOSITE NE AS A LINK (HOP).THE SELECTED NE IS SHOWN ON THE LEFT HANDSIDE WINDOWAND THE OPPOSITE NE ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDEWINDOWOFTHELINKSUMMARYWINDOW.ITSHOWSGRAPHICALLYTHESTATUSOFTHEPASOLINKEQUIPMENTIN ~BLOCK DIAGRAM FORM. NE-SPECIFIC PARAMETERS AND NE-SPECIFIC MENU ITEMS ARE ALSO SHOWN INTHISWINDOW

    N~.SPE;GIFJGPAIA;

    NE SPECIFIC DATAARE SHOWN IN SEVERAL DATAWINDOWS SELECTED BY THE TABS AT THE BOTTOM OF THEWINDOW OR BY CLICKING THE EQUIPMENT SYMBOLS INTHE BLOCK DIAGRAM.

    NE SPECIFIC MENU ITEMS:

    EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION -r-- EQUIPMENT SETUPc=PROVISIONINGEVENT LOG MAINTENANCE .LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR

    TAB SELECTION

    DETAILED MONITORING STATUS AND ALARMS OF EACH MAIN UNIT IN THE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT (ODU, IDU,AUX lIPCTRL AND VERSION) CAN BE VIEWED BY CLICKING ON THE RELEVANT TAB.

    NE.!:3LQGKPJAGRAM;

    STATUS OF EACH MAIN UNIT IN THE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT (ODU, IDU,AUX lIP AND CTRL) ARE SHOWN INTHE BLOCKDIAGRAMAS SYMBOLS. WHEN ANY SYMBOL IS CLICKED THE RELATED EQUIPMENT WINDOW OPEN AND SHOWS THEDETAILS OF ALARM AND STATUS DETAILS AND OTHER PARAMETERS,

    PNMT 8

  • NECPNMT WINDOW MENU ITEMS NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    REFRESH

    LOGIN / LOGOUT

    CHANGE PASSWORD

    ALARM BUZZER

    CONNECT

    EXIT

    HELP

    ABOUT

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    DISPLAY A LIST OF PNMT MANUALS IN PDF FILE FORMAT

    DISPLAY THE PNMT VERSION NUMBER

    THIS FUNCTION ENABLES PNMT TO ACQUIRE ALL STATUS MANUALLYAND TO UPDATE EQUIPMENT INFORMATION

    THIS FUNCTION OPEN THE LOGIN/LOGOUTWINDOW TO ENTER THEUSER NAME AND PASSWORD.

    THIS FUNCTION OPEN THE PASSWORD CHANGE WINDOW

    THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO ENABLE/DISABLETHE BUZZER FUNCTIONANDDEFINE THE BUZZERSOUND

    THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO DISPLAY THE SUMMARY LIST OF THE NETWORK ELEMENTS INTHE NETWORK

    I , THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO CLOSE THE PNMT PROGRAM

    PNMT 9

  • NECNE SPECIFIC MENU ITEMS NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    I CONFIGURATION I EVENT LOG I LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR I

    LTHIS FUNCTION DOWNLOADTHE PERFORMANCE DATA FROM THE SELECTED NE ANDOPEN THE G826LINK P~RFORMANCE INFORMATIONWINDOW.

    THIS FUNCTION UPLOAD THE EVENT LOG INFORMATION FROM THE SELECTED NE ANDDISPLAY THE INFORMATION IN EVENT LOG WINDOW "

    EQUIPMENT SETUP

    PROVISIONING

    FREQUENCY SETTING

    MTPC / ATPC MODE

    MAINTENANCEFRAME 10

    MAIN INTFC ELCT/OPT

    REDUNDANCY SELEC

    MAINT MODE ON/OFF

    NEAR END LOOPBACK

    ALS DELAY TIME

    OH ASSIGNMENT

    FAR END LOOPBACK

    IF LOOP3ACK

    MTPC STATUS

    ATPC STATUS

    SWITCHOVER (1+1)

    TX MUTE ON/OFF

    SUB BB INTERFACE

    BER THRESHOLD

    CW ON/OFF

    ALS RESTART

    ATPC MANUAL

    PNMT 10

  • NECPNMT LOGIN I LOGOUT & EXIT NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

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    rj:'~!PNNT' " :}b}1..f.:CLICK ON SYSTEM INTHE MENU BAR AND THEN CLICK ON LOGIN/LOGOUT IN THE DROP DOWN MENU TO OPENTHE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOW

    Username:

    Password:. Fj ~;. .~

    login I logout EJ

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    Password:

    TO LOGIN SELECT LOGIN IN THELOGIN/LOGOUTWINDOW.

    ENTER THE USER NAME ACCORDING TO THEPRIVILEGES AND THE PASSWORD.

    CLICK OK TO LOGIN

    TO PROTECT THE NETWORK AND NETWORKMANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM UNAUTHORIZEDACCESS OR MODIFICATIONS, FIVE LEVELS OFUSERS ARE DEFINED WITH DIFFERENTPRIVILEGES. THE FUNCTIONS AVAILABLEDEPENDS ON THE USER ACCESS LEVEL, (SEETHE TABLE NEXT PAGE)

    TO LOGOUT SELECT LOGOUT IN THELOGIN/LOGOUTWINDOW AND CLI,CKOK.

    PNMT 11

  • NECUSER NAMES & PRIVILEGES NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    PNMT 12

    Category Item Monitor User Local Remote Admin

    SYSTEM-

    ALARM BUZZER II l1li II l1li

    ONNECT (REMOTE LOGIN) II l1li

    PROVISIONING - MTI'C MTPC TX POWER l1li l1li IIIRX THRESHOLD LEVEL III III l1li

    i\\.DDITIONAL AIT II l1li III

    All'C ATPC MAXIMUM / MINIMUM III III III

    RX THRESHOLD LEVEL II III III.ADDITIONAL AIT III III IIIODU CPU ALM MODE . III l1li

    BEHTHRESIIOLD HIGHBER(RADIO) . III IIIRX SWITCH (RADIO) III III III

    E-BER (MUX / DMR) II III III

    SD ( MUX / DMR) .. II IIIMAIN INn:JUACE MAIN OUTI'UT CONTROL II . III

    ALS ENABLE/DISABLE AND ALS DELAY l1li i!I! l1li

    SUB INTERFACE SUB INTERFACE !II III II

    WS INTFC AND WS LINE LENGTH !II II l1li

    OIl ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT !II !II III

    CHANNEL USAGE II III III

    V-ll-? DIRECTION SETTING III III III

    EQUIPMENT SKITI' EQUIPMENT SETUP III l1li !III

    NE NAME III !III III

    NOTE III III II III

    MAINTENAN('E MAINT MODE ON/OFF II III II l1li

    TXIRX FREQUENCY II III III

    TX / RX SWITCH III II III

    TX MUTE II II III

    LOOPBACKI LOOP BACK2 AND IF LOOPBACK II II III

    CW .. .. IIALS RESTART .. l1li IIIATPC MANUAL .. l1li II

    PEHFORM;\NCE MONlTOR PMON THRESHOLD II IIJ l1li III

    SAVE TO DISK .. II II IIEVENT U)(; SA VE TO DISK .. II II IIAUX I/O INPUT AND OUTPUT II III II !II

    RELA Y CONFIGURATION .. II III l1li('THI, CONTIOI, DATE / TIME ..

    D()WNI,OAD CONFIGURATION FILE l1li

    PROGRAM FILE III

    UI'LOAD CONFIGURATION FILE III

    CPt' RESET RESET III III III

  • NECOVERALL WINDOW NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    OVERALL WINDOW FOR (1+1)CONFIGURATION

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    OFFNO.1NO.2

    MTPCTXPowerTXFrequencyRXFrequency

    Frame10

    Selet:ted tletwork Element- -'W' .~_.. '0'_"0' .0'"... """""""''' 0

    !": ConflQuratlon.i rgJEventLoQ !(?J LlnkPerformanceMonltorI:~riAOxYiilI".CTRti?kl

    OFFNO.1NO.1

    ~ MTPC MODE ATPC MODE

    ~ OVERALL WINDOW DISPLAY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

    . WHEN MTPC MODE IS SELECTED, MTPC POWER LEVEL

    . TX AND RX FREQUENCIES USED

    e FRAME 10USED

    . TX POWER CONTROL MODE SELECTED (ATPC OR MTPC)

    .' OVeran

    . MAIN INTERFACE USED (ELECTRICAL OR OPTICAL)

    . ALS FUNCTION ENABLE / DISABLE STATUS

    . MAINTENANCE MODE ON OR OFF STATUS. IF ON, BACK GROUND COLORCHANGE TO YELLOW.

    . SELECTED TX AND RX CHANNEL IN (1+1)CONFIGURATION

    Really

    CLICK THE OVERALL TAB TO DISPLAY THE OVERALL, WINDOW

    PNMT 13

    MTPCTXPower -17dB#TXFrequericy 7282.000MHz

    RXFrequency 7443.000MHzFrame10 1

  • NECODU WINDOW NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK THE ODU SYMBOL INTHE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE ODUWINDOWTO VIEW THE ODU DETAILS

    ODU WINDOW FOR (1+1)CONFIGURATION

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    :Ji Alarm 11Selected'II httf/RXl.:EYEL4iMih,1i Meteringi I RX Level I -61 dam II. .

    Alarm

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    INot""",,II

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  • NECODU DETAIL NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    TXAlarm

    Metering1"Dtpower " I +8dBm IMTPC Status

    I "Selected 'I

    0 dB-10 dB

    -55 dBm0 dB

    HOLD

    RXAlarm 0

    ~ fi" ~' l!iTE'WELr"" """""j, W.',;cWM,. ' ,,,,,, , "".,.'~4,""_" '" w. ", '.,J''':".J',',MeteringI " 4,RXLevel I -52dBm I

    MeteringI~st;J~;QWe~i!$upplyI -44V I

    STATUS COLORSGREEN NORMALRED ALARM

    IN (1+1)CONFIGURATION, ONLINE SELECTED/NOT SELECTED STATUSGREEN SELECTEDWHITE NOT SELECTED

    TX INPUT ALM-

    TX POWER ALM-

    LOSS OF TX IF INPUT LEVEL IN THE ODU

    TX RF POWER DECREASES 3 TO 6 dB FROM NOMINAL

    STATUS AND MONITORING

    TX POWER METERING -

    MTPC TX POWER -

    TRANSMITTED POWER OF THE ODU IN dBm

    INDICATES THE ATTENUATION VALUE USED IN MTPC MODE

    RXTHRESHOLDLEVEL- INDICATES THE RX LEVEL AT WHICH ATPC IS ACTIVATED

    ADDITIONAL ATTENUATION - INDICATES THE AMOUNT OF ADDITIONALATTENUATION USED

    ATPC CONTROL RANGE - MAX AND MIN POWER LEVELS FOR ATPC MODE

    ODU ALARM MODE - WHEN CONTROL BETWEEN IOU AND ODU FAIL THE ODU OUTPUT POWERSETTING

    RX LEVEL ALM -RXLEVELMONITOR-

    ODU RECEIVE LEVEL FALLS BELOW SQUELCH LEVEL

    ODU RF RX LEVEL IN dBM

    APC ALM - INDICATESTHE ODU LOCAL OSCILLATOR UNLOCK CONDITION

    CABLE ALM - INDICATESTHAT COMMUNICATIONBETWEEN ODU AND IOU FAILS

    POWER SUPPLY METERING - DISPLAY THE VALUE OF ODU POWER SUPPLY LEVEL IN VOLTS

    PNMT 15

    " MJRcTXPower -17dBVlRX1U:'ireshbldLevel,-55dBmAdditiohaI'Attenuation 0dB

  • IDU WINDOWNECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK THE IDU SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO OPEN THE IDUWINDOW TO VIEW THE IDU DETAILS

    IDUWINDOW FOR (1+1)CONFIGURATION

    !MODULEi Alarmi ~SWUNITi!III!! ,MDUNIT

    .""'."" "-'---'-'------

    ! No.2 MD UNIT ----......-----! rTX

    II, !rRXi !! Alarm

    INotSelectedI

    ! COMMONI Alarmi 18IG,MDCpu_1!

    THE IDU DETAILSCLICK THE IDU TAB TO OPEN THE IDUWINDOWTO

    PNMT 16

  • NECIDU DETAIL NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    MAIN INTFC ALM -150MB INTFC / OPT INTFC FAILURE

    SUB INTFC ALM - WS INTFC / LAN CARD FAILURE ( OPTION)

    MODEM ALM 1"2- MODEM 1 OR MODEM 2 FAILUREPS ALM 1-2-IDU1 OR IOU 2 POWER SUPPLY FAILURE

    "-No.1 MD UNIT

    TX-Alarm~~

    ~IN (1+1)CONFIGURATION, ON LINE SELECTED/NOT SELECTED STATUS

    GREEN SELECTEDWHITE NOT SELECTED

    MODALM - MODULATORFAILURE DUE TO TX SID~LSI FAILUREDEM ALM - DEMODULATOR FAILURE DUE TO RX SIDE LSI FAILURE

    HIGH BER ALM -IN THE 1+1CONFIGURATION HIGH BER ALM ON THE RADIO SECTION

    egrapelMIJJX]egrade[DMR]

    IDU COMMON ALARMS

    MAIN INTFC LOS - LOSS OF STM-1 INPUT SIGNALSUB INTFC LOS - WS INTFC OR LAN CARD INPUT SIGNAL FAILUREMDCPU -INDICATES COMMUNICATIONFAILURE BETWEEN CPU AND OTHER MODULESLOF MUX - STM-1SIGNALSYNCHRONIZATIONFAILUREFROMTHEMUXSIDELOF DMR- STM-1SIGNALSYNCHRONIZATIONFAILUREFROMTHERADIOSIDE

    E-BER MUX- EXCESSIVE BER ALARM FROM THE MUX SIDE

    E-BER DMR- EXCE$SIVE BER ALARM FROM THE RADIO SIDE

    SIGNAL DEGRADE MUX- SO ALARM OF THE ATM-1 SIGNAL FROM MUX SIDE

    SIGNAL DEGRADE DMR- SO ALARM OF THE STM-1 SIGNAL FROM RADIO SIDESTATUS COLORSGREEN NORMALRED ALARM

    PNMT 17

  • IDU DETAILNECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    MAIN INTERFACE STM-1

    ALS - WHEN OPTICAL INTERFACE IS USED, ALS FUNCTION ENABLE IDISABLE STATUSALS DELAY TIME - WHEN ALS IS OPERATING DELAY TIME BETWEEN 2SEC LASER TRANSMISSIONS

    STM-1 OUTPUT CONTROL - STM-1 O/P MS AIS IS INSERTED INDICATE"NORMAL""UNDER EXECUTION"WHEN UNFRAMED ALL"1"ARE INSERTED

    MAlmNTE~FACE 10/100BA~E-TLINK - WHEN LAN PORT CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT IS DISCONNECTED

    INDICATE "ALARM"OTHERWISE "NORMAL"COLLISION - WHEN LAN PORT COLLISION STATUS "NORMAL"OR "COLLISION"

    MODE - LAN PORT MODE IS 10BASE-TOR 100BASE-TDUPLEX - LAN PORT DUPLEX MODE USED IS "FULL DUPLEX"OR "HALF DUPLEX"LINK DOWN CONTROL - FAR END LINK DOWNCONTROL STATUS "NORMAL"I "UNDER EXECUTION"

    $UI?~JNTERFAGI;

    SUB INTERFACE - TYPE OF SUBINTFC USED (WS/LAN)OR NOT USED STATUS

    WS INTFC - TYPE OF WS CARD USED, 2MB OR 1.5MB-INVALID WHEN WS INTFC IS NOT USEDWS LINE LENGTH - WHEN THE WS INTFC CARD USED IS 1.5MBTYPE, LINE LENGTH SETTING

    AIS RCVD - IN THE WS INTFC CARD AIS SIGNAL IS RECEIVED OR NOT STATUSAIS SEND - IN THE WS INTFC CARD AIS IS SENT OR NOT STATUS

    QHA$$IGNMENIASSIGNMENT- OH ASSIGNMENT SELECTED; CUSTOMIZE OR EASY. .

    ASSIGNMENTS FOR EACH OH CHANNEL

    BER METERING - CURRENT VALUE OF THE DETECTED BER

    SIGNAL DEGRADE (MUX) -E-BER (MUX) -

    SIGNAL DEGRADE (DMR) -E-BER (DMR) -

    THRESHOLD SETTING FOR SIGNAL DEGRADE BER FOR MUX SIDEEXCESSIVE BER THRESHOLD SETTING FOR MUX SIDE

    THRESHOLD SETTING FOR SIGNAL DEGRADE BER FOR RADIO SIDEEXCESSIVE BER THRESHOLD SETTING FOR RADIO SIDE

    ~SUB INTFC

    '"0"Assignment.'I Assignmenti1?1CustomizeI

    DSC258CT

    NotUsedDSC4

    ~"""'--"""''''''

    HIGH BER -RX SWITCH -

    THRESHOLD SETTING FOR HIGH BER ALARM (FOR 1+1SYSTEMS)BER THRESHOLD SETTING FOR REDUNDANCY SWITCHING (FOR 1+1SYSTEMS)

    PNMT 18

  • CHANGE PASSWORDNECNECITR- YTCART -MAR/04 V02

    CLICK ON CHANGE PASSWORD IN THE SYSTEMDROPDOWN MENU TO OPEN THE CHANGE PASS WORDWINDOW.

    CLICK OK TO CHANGE THEPASSWORD.

    CLICK CANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUTCHANGING PASSWORD

    ENTER THE OLD PASSWORD

    ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD

    RE-ENTER THE NEW PASSWORD TO CONFIRM

    PNMT 19

  • NECALARM BUZZER NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK ON ALARM BUZZER ONTHE SYSTEM DROP DOWNMENU TO OPEN THE ALARMBUZZERSETTING WINDOW.

    SELECT WAVE FILE TO ENABLE THE BUZZER.THE BUZZERSOUND CAN BE CHANGED BY SELECTING A DIFFERENT

    WAV FILE. USE BROWSE ~TO LOCATE THE PATH TOTHE WAV FILE. ~..

    LICK HERE TO TEST THE BUZZERSOUND

    SELECT BEEP TO ENABLE THEBUZZERWITH BEEP FREQUENCIESINSTEAD OF WAVE FILE SOUND

    CLICK OK TO IMPLEMENT THEOPTION SELECTED OR CLICKCANCEL TO EXIT WITHOUTCHANGING THE SETTINGS.

    BEEP FREQUENCY CAN BE DEFINED BY CLICKING ON EDITAND SELECTING THE FREQUENCIESAND DURATION FOR EACH FREQUENCY. CLICK THE ARROW KEY TO ADD TO THE LIST. SEVERALFREQUENCIES CAN BE ADDED TO THE BEEP SIGNAL. SELECTED FREQUENCIES CAN BE DELETEDBY SELECTING THE FREQUENCY FROM THE LIST AND CLICKING ON THE DELETE SYMBOL.

    PNMT 20

  • NECSEARCH I CONNECT TO NETWORK ELEMENT NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK CONNECT ON THE SYSTEM DROP DOWN MENU TO LIST THE LOCAL NEs THE PNMT IS CONNECTED TO.

    AlarmBuzzer...Connect...

    '~;..!No:OO1 ~-PasolinkV31+0 No.002 Alarm' Normal Normal 172.018.000.001Exit ,

    _JP asolink V3 1+0 No.OO1 Normal Alarm Normal

    CLICK THE SEARCH FOR NETWORK ELEMENT TOSEARCH AND LIST THE OTHER NEs IN THENETWORK

  • HELP FUNCTION NECNECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    PNMT HELP FUNCTION IS AVAILABLE AS PNMT MANUAL INPDF FILE FORMAT. IF THE ACROBAT READER' ISINSTALLED IN THE PNMT PC, CLICKING HELP ANDSELECTING THE RELEVANT PNMT FILE WILL OPEN THEPDF FILE TO PROVIDE HELP FUNCTIONTO THE USER.

    PNMT(PASOLINKMIU).pdfPNMT(PASOLINKV4).pdf

    PNMT(PASOLINK).pdf

    PNMT(PASOLINK+PDH).pdf

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    System Refresh Help

    I EB~ {;-J,, ~~--

    BUZZER STOP - ICON IS ACTIVE ONLY WHENTHE ALARMED EQUIPMENT DISPLAYWINDOW IS SELECTED FROM THE TABs ORFROM THE BLOCK DIAGRAMSYMBOLS.

    REFRESH - OPEN THE NE LIST WINDOW

    AboutPNhH f3

    CONNECT -OPEN THE NE LIST WINDOW

    PNMTRev4.20.001 ~light(C)2001N

    OPEN THE LOGIN/LOGOUT WINDOWDISPLAY THE PNMT SOFTWARE VERSION INFORMATION

    PNMT 22

  • NECEQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION WINDOW NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    NE SPECIFIC MENU-BAR-m

    I~LinkPerformanceMonitor1kx' '.'~W'", h;; "';';

    INDICATES THE ODU FREQUENCY-BAND INFORMATION AND TX/RXFREQUENCIES

    SHOW THE IDU CONFIGURATION

    SHOW THE FRAME ID SETTING -SETUP BUTTON OPEN THE SETUP -CONTROL WINDOW

    NE NAME IS DISPLAYED. CAN BE -CHANGED FROM HERE

    NOTE ENTERED FOR THESELECTED NE IS DISPLAYED. CANBE CHANGED FROM HERE

    CLICK CONFIGURATION FROM THE NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR AND FROM THEDROP DOWN MENU SELECT EQUIPMENT SETUP.

    7414.000 MHz

    7483.750 MHz161.000 MHz

    Upper

    7443.000 MHz

    7282.000MHz

    IN 1+1HOT STBY, ODU1 ISONLY SHOWNAS ODU2 HAS

    _THE SAME SETTING

    IN 1+1TWIN_PATHBOTHODU1AND ODU2ARESHOWN,AS THE SETTINGSARE INDEPENDENT--..-.-..--...........--..-..-.-....-................-..-..............

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  • NECCONTROL SETTING NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    FROM THE EQUIPMENT SETUP WINDOWCLICK THE NENAME BundN TO OPEN THE NE NAME SETTINGWINDOW.

    ~ .NO.001

    172.18.0.1

    CLICK THE NOTE BUTTON TO OPEN THENOTE WINDOW.

    A NOTE DESCRIBING THE NETWORK ELEMENT CAN BEENTERED FROM THIS WINDOW. UP TO 80CHARACTERSCAN BE USED INTHIS FIELD'

    ENTER THE NOTE AND CLICK EXECUTE TO SHOW THENOTE IN THE EQUIPMENT SETUP WINDOW.

    THE NAME ENTERED TO IDENTIFY THE NETWORKELEMENT CAN BE CHANGED FORM THIS WINDOW.AMAXIMUMOF 32CHARACTERS CAN BE USED.

    ENTER THE NAME AND CLICK EXECUTE TO SHOW THENAME INTHE EQUIPMENT SETUP WINDOW.

    PNMT 24

  • NECSETUP CONTROL WINDOW NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    ACTIVE WHEN THE REDUNDANCY CONFIGURATIONIS 1+1TWIN PATH.FROM THE EQUIPMENT SETUP WINDOW

    CLICK ON THE SETUP BUTTON I... Setup ..71

    FREQUENCY BAND RELATED INFORMATION OF THEODU IS DISPLAYED AUTOMATICALLY -ENTER OR SELECT THE TX FREQUENCY ACCORDINGTO THE FREQUENCY TABLES. CORRESPONDING RX -FREQUENCY IS AUTOMATICALLY DISPLAYED

    SELECT THE TX POWER CONTROL MODEATPCOR MTPC

    REDUNDANCY CONFIGURATION SELECTION

    AUTOMATICALLY INDICATES THE SOH SIGNAL TYPE -MAIN INTFC SELECTION 'AUTOMATICALLY INDICATE THE MODULATIONTYPE -FRAME 10SETTING (0-7).INTHE CASE OF HOTSTANDBY BOTH NO.1AND NO.2CHANNEL HAVE THESAME SETTING.

    -IN THE CASE OF TWIN PATH FRAME 10FOR NO.1ANDN02 CHANNELS CAN BE SET SEPARATELY..

    ShifCFrequency

    Upper/LOW"3f

    07483.750MHz

    01f;i 000MHz

    UpP'"'f

    CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTONTO CARRYOUT THE EQUIPMENT SETUP SETTINGS.

    CLICK THE CLOSE BUTTONTO EXIT THESETUP CONTROL WINDOW

    PNMT 25

  • NECFREQUENCY CONTROL NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V02

    07414.000MHz

    07483.750MHz

    0161.000MHz

    ODU FREQUENCY BAND INFORMATIONARE DISPLAYEDHERE.

    .' CHANGE THE TX FREQUENCY AND THE:-I M.HzCORRESPONDING RX FREQUENCY IS DISPLAYED

    WHEN SETTING THE FREQUENCY FOLLOWING SHOULD BE CONSIDERED

    fj FOR THE 6/7/8GHZ BAND ODUs THE TRANSMIT FREQUENCY MUST BE THE SAME ASTHAT INDICATED ON THE LABEL ATTACHED ON THE SIDE OF THE ODU. IF ANOTHERFREQUENCY IS SET, NORMAL TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OF THE RF SIGNAL ISNOT POSSIBLE.

    fj FOR THE 11-38GHZ BAND ODUs, THE FREQUENCY SET SHOULD BE WITHIN THETRANSMIT FREQUENCY BAND OF THE ODU. (REFER TO THE DOCUMENT RADIOFREQUENCYPLANFORTHEPASOLlNK+). .

    fj FORTHE11-38GHZBANDODUsUSEDIN32QAMSYSTEMS,THEFREQUENCYSETTINGSHOULD BE AT LEAST +21MHZ AWAY FROM THE BAND'S "START" FREQUENCY ANDAT LEAST -21MHZAWAY FROM THE BAND'S"STOP"FREQUENCY.

    II FOR THE 11-38GHZ BAND ODUs USED IN 128 QAM SYSTEMS, THE FREQUENCYSETTING SHOULD BE AT LEAST +12 MHZ AWAY FROM THE BAND'S "START"FREQUENCY ANDAT LEAST -12MHZAWAY FROM THE BAND'S"STOP"FREQUENCY.

    II IN (1+1)HOT-STANDBY SYSTEMS, THE FREQUENCY ENTERED IS AUTOMATICALLY SETFOR BOTH NO.1AND NO.2ODUs

    II IN (1+1)TWIN PATH SYSTEMS, THE FREQUENCY SETTING OF THE NO.1 AND NO.2ODUs ARE NOT IDENTICALAND ARE ENTERED SEPARATELY.

    PNMT 26

  • NECPROVISIONING NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V0200~E~tLBI~rpfT5Q~kPei'f6rmanceMonitor

    ;~;"7Wf.7NfTI";'1M-';JJj::, .1'\~:9pip~ent~:~Ju~I;::}\ CLICK CONFIGURATION ON THE NE SPECIFIC MENU AND SELECT

    :~ 1 PROVISIONING TO OPEN THE PROVISIONING WINDOW.Maintenance -....--.-...--..--.--.-....................., MAININTFC

    : :STM-1Optical. I ',ALS .. I Enable IALSDelayTlme 60sec

    -:;r-~Q

    Not Used - SUB INTERFACE SETTINGALS ENABLE AND ALS DELAY SETTING

    10J100BASE-T

    INDICATE THE LAN PORT SETTINGS0E-0 - BER THRESHOLD SETTING1E-61E-3

    I AssignmenlI CustomizeI - MS-AIS GENERATION SETTINGOH ASSIGNMENT SELECTION~

    ..:?

    ChannelUsageDSC2

    """"58"C1NotUsed

    DSC4

    DirectionCO-5ifiiCtiOnCo-DirectionINDICATE OH CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS

    fINDICATE THE TX POWER CONTROLMODE

    WHEN MTPC MODE IS SELECTED MTPCPOWER SETTING

    "','MTPC1)(Power4tw:,.RXThresholdLevel,AdditionalAttenuation

    .17 d8-55d8mOdS

    WHEN ATPC MODE IS SELECTED ATPCPOWER SETTING

    EITHER MTPC SETTING OR ATPC SETTINGWINDOWSWILL BE DISPLAYED AT A TIME,DEPENDING ON THE TX POWER CONTROLMODE SELECTED.

    I ODUALMM!J.CtL..J HOLD I

    PNMT 27

    PORT Usaoe P1:75MbpsIP2:75MbpsPORT 1 AutoNealotiationPORT 2 AutoNeaioUation

    Far End Link Down DisableClock Source InternalClock

    1)(MAXPower a d81)(MINPower -10 d8

    RX ThresholdLevel .55 d8mAdditionalAttenuation a d8

  • ALS SETTINGNECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    ALS

    CLICK ALS BUTTON INTHE PROVISIONING WINDOWTOOPEN ALS SETTING WINDOW..THIS FUNCTION ISAVAILABLE FOR OPTICAL INTERFACE ONLY.. . .............

    rMAIN INTFC--.---Enable60sec

    TO ENABLE ALS FUNCTION SELECT ENABLE OR SELECTDISABLE TO DISABLE IT, CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRY OUTTHE SELECTION. CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT ALS SETTINGWINDOW.

    "

    ALS DRAY TIME

    CLICK ALS DELAY TIME BUTTON IN THEPROVISIONING WINDOWTO OPEN ALSDELAY TIME SETTING WINDOW..THISFUNCTION IS AVAILABLE FOR OPTICALINTERFACE ONLY.

    SELECT THE DELAY TIME FOR ALSOPERATION AND CLICK EXECUTE.

    CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE ALS DELAYTIME SETTING WINDOW.

    AUTOMATIC LASER SHUT DOWN FUNCTION

    WHEN THE OPTICAL SIGNAL INPUT TO THEMAIN INTFC IS LOST, THE ALS FUNCTIONAUTOMATICALLY SHUTS THE MAIN INTFCOUTPUT LASER. MAIN INTFC WILL THENPERIODICALLY TRANSMIT A 2MSEC BURST OFLAS:=R.

    THE ALS DELAY TIME DEFINES THE DURATIONBETWEEN 2SEC BURSTS OF LASER EMISSION.THE DELAY TIME CAN BE SET TO 60, 180OR 300SECONDS.

    PNMT 28

  • OH ASSIGNMENTNECNECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    THERE ARE TWO VOICE CHANNELS, TWO V11 CHANNrLS AND OPTIONAL LAN PORT AVAILABLE IN PASOLINK PLUS EQUIPMENT. IT IS POSSIBLE TOASSIGN THESE CHANNELS TO ANY OF THE EIGHT SDH OH AND RADIO OH CHANNELS AS SHOWN IN THE DIAGRAM. THE ASSIGNMENT OF THESECHANNELS CAN BE CUSTOMIZE BY THE USER OR USE THE FACTORY DEFAULT....

    CLICK ASSIGNMENT BUTTONTO OPEN THE . PROVISIONING WINDOWOH ASSIGNMENT SETTING WINDOW. rOHAssignment

    I

    .j. E1 (MUX) .j..j.-- E1 (DMR) .j.~(MUX) .j.F1 (MUX) F1 (DMR) f'1 (MUX)

    DSC1 TO 4

    EASYWHEN "EASY" IS SELECTED THE SAMESETTING AS THE FACTORY SETTING ISUSED. WITH THIS SELECTION, LAN CARDASSIGNMENT IS NOT POSSIBLE. V11DIRECTION SETTING CAN BE CHANGED IFREQUIRED.

    TO USE CUSTOMIZE SETTING CLICK CHANNEL USAGEBUTTONTO OPEN THE CHANNEL USAGE SETTING WINDOW.

    CUSTOMIZEWHEN CUSTOMIZE IS SELECTED IT ALLOWSTHE ASSIGNMENT OF TWO VOICEFREQUENCY CHANNELS (VF1 AND VF2),TWO DATA CHANNELS (V11-1 AND V11-2)AND OPTIONAL LAN CARD INTERFACE.

    V11.2

    VF.1

    VF-2

    CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRY OUT THESETTING AND CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THESETTING WINDOW.

    IF ANY OF THE VOICE, DATAAND LANCHANNELS ARE NOT USED DESELECTTHE USED SETTING

    TO ASSIGN ANY OH CHANNEL TO VOICE,DATA OR LAN CHANNEL, CLICK THEBUTTON INTERSECTING THE COLUMNAND ROW. SELECTED SETTING ISSHOWN IN GREEN,

    CLICK EXECUTE BUTTONTO ASSIGNTHE CUSTOMIZE SETTING. CLICK CLOSETO EXIT

    "

    TO CHANGE THEDIRECTION OF V11CHANNELS CLICKDIRECTION BUTTONANDSELECT CO-DIRECTIONOR CONTRA-DIRECTION.THIS SETTING ISAVAILABLE FOR BOTHEASY AND CUSTOMIZE.

    PNMT 29

  • NECSUB INTERFACE SETTING NECITR- YTCART -MAR/04 V02

    THEREARESEVERALTYPES OFOPTIONALSUBINTERFACECARDSAVAILABLEFORPASOLINKPLUSEQUIPMENT.SUBINTERFACESETTINGISAVAILABLEFROMTHEPROVISIONINGWINDOW.

    . 2.048MBPS UNBALANCEDWS INTFC [G7905A]

    . 2.048MBPS BALANCEDWS INTFC [G7905B]

    . 1.544MBPS (AMIOR B8Z3)WS INTFC [G7905C]

    . CLUSTER ALARM CARD

    . LAN CARD [G7906A]

    SELECT NOT USED WHEN SUB INTFCCARD IS MOUNTED BUT NOT USED.:

    SELECT WS INTFC WHEN THE WS INTFCCARD IS MOUNTEDAND USED..

    SELECT WS/CLUSTER ALARM WHENTHAT OPTION CARD IS MOUNTEDANDUSED..

    SELECT CLUSTER ALARM WHEN THECLUSTER ALARM CARD IS MOUNTEDAND USED..SELECT 10BASE-T WHEN THE LAN CARDIS MOUNTEDAND USED..

    CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THESUB INTFC CARD SELECTiON

    r. Waysidel r ClusterAlarm (~1DBASE.TCluster Alarm

    r Notused

    Close IEKecuteTO USE THE SUB INTFC OPTIONCLICK THE SUB INTFC BUTTON..

    LANmCA.RQTO SELECT THE TYPE OFWS INTFC USED, CLICK THEWS INTFC BUTTON ANDFROM THE WS INTFCSETTING WINDOW SELECTTHE WS INTFC TYPE ,

    THIS OPTION IS AVAILABLE WITH32 QAM SYSTEMS ONLY..

    THISOPTIONISAVAILABLEWITHBOTH32QAMAND128QAMSYSTEMS.. 32QAM SYSTEMS USE THE RFCOH AT A RATE OF 2.048MBPS. 128QAM SYSTEMS USE THE OH ASSIGNMENT TO SELECT DSC OR

    RSOH (E1/F1)AT A RATE OF 64 KBPS.

    THE SWITCH ON THE LAN CARD SHOULD BE SET TO CROSS OR STRAIGHTACCORDING TO THE TYPE OF LAN CABLE USED.

    WS INTFC1.5M8(AMI)

    0-40.5M

    WHEN 1.5 MB IS SELECTEDTHE LINE LENGTH OF THEWS INPUT SIGNAL SHOULDBE SELECTED.CLICK THE WS LINE LENGTHBUTTON TO OPEN THESETTING WINDOW.

    Co:n:5f;fBI< . il8MLt.1

    1.5MBfBSZSI

    (Me I CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE SELECTED WSLINE LENGTH SETTING

    IN ALL SETTING WINDOWS, CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE WINDOWCLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE SELECTEDWS INTFC OPTION

    30PNMT

  • ATPC SETTINGNECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    AUTOMATIC TX POWER CONTROL

    ATPC RANGE DEFINES THE MAXIMUMAND MINIMUMTRANSMISSIONPOWER DURING ATPC OPERATION. IN MTPC MODE THIS MENU ITEMDOES NOT APPEAR.

    VALUE SET IS THE ATTENUATION IN dB FROM MAX ODU POWER.

    IF THE MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER OF THE ODU IS +20DBM, THENFOR AN ATPC MAX PWR SETTING OF ODB AND ATPC MIN PWRSETTING OF -10DB, THE ODU OUTPUT POWER DURING ATPCOPERATION CAN VARY BETWEEN +20DBMAND +10DBM

    ATPC TX MAX Power(No.1) - No.OO1

    RXTHRE$HQI"PJ"EYE;I"WHEN THE MONITORED RX SIGNAL LEVELFALLS BELOW THIS LEVEL, CONTROL SIGNALSENT TO THE OPPOSITE STATION INITIATE THEATPC FUNCTION.THIS IS EFFECTIVE ONLY WHEN THE OPPOSITESTATION IS SET TO ATPC MODE

    AQDITIONAL ATTJ;J\~YA nONADDITIONALATTENUATION IS A SPANATTENUATOR USED TO REDUCE THE TXPOWER IN SITUATIONS LIKE SHORT HOPLENGTH.

    THE ATPC CONTROLLED OUTPUT POWEROR MTPC SET OUTPUT POWER, WILL BEREDUCED BY THE SET ATTENUATIONVALUE.

    ODU ALARM MODE

    THIS ITEM DEFINES THE ODU TRANSMITPOWER LEVEL WHEN CONTROLCOMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE IOU AND THEODU FAILS. WHEN THE TX POWER CONTROLMODE IS SET TO MTPC THIS ITEM IS NOTDISPLAYED.

    R)(,YhresholdLevel(No.1)-No.OO1"'.i;~;:

    MAX HOLD:SET THE ODU OUTPUT TO THE ATPCMAXIMUMPOWER LEVELMINIMUMHOLD:SET THE ODU OUTPUT TO THE ATPCMINIMUMPOWER LEVELHOLD: .SET THE ODU OUTPUT TO THE LEVEL AT THETIME OF IDU-ODU CONTROLCOMMUNICATIONFAILURE.

    PNMT

    ATPCTXMINPower(No.1)- No.OO1 !,

    PROVISIONING WINDOWATPCStatus-

    lXMAX;!?ower' 0dBTXMINPower -23dB

    RXThresholdLevel -55dBmAdditionalAttenuation 0dB

    I ODU)\LMMode 'I HOLD I

    -1

    CLICK THE APPROPRIATE BUTTONTOOPEN THE SELECTED SETTING WINDOW..

    AFTER SELECTING OR SETTING THEPARAMETER CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TOIMPLEMENT THE SETTING.

    IN ALL SETTING WINDOWS, CLICK CLOSETO EXIT THE WINDOW

    E~eculeI

    31

  • MTPC SETTINGNECNECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    MIPC TX PQWER

    MTPC TX PWR DEFINES THE ODU OUT PUTPOWER IN MTPC MODE. THE VALUEENTERED IS THE ATTENUATION LEVEL INDB FROM THE MAXIMUM ODU OUTPUTPOWER. IN ATPC MODE THIS MENU ITEMDOES NOT APPEAR.

    . 32 QAM SYSTEM 0 TO 23 DB

    . 128QAMSYSTEM 0 TO 20 DBTO GET THE MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWERSET THE ATTENUATION TO ODB.

    RX.THR!;$HQl.,[)!"EV!;!"

    IN MTPC MODE THIS VALUE IS SET, IN CASETHE OPPOSITE STATION IS SET TO ATPC MODE.THEN, IF THE MONITORED RX SIGNAL LEVELFALLS BELOW THIS LEVEL, CONTROL SIGNALSENT TO THE OPPOSITE STATION INITIATE THEATPC FUNCTION.

    AJ2.PJIlQJ'-1l~b__AII!;NUAIIQNADDITIONALATTENUATION IS A SPANATTENUATOR USED TO REDUCE THE TXPOWER IN SITUATIONS LIKE SHORT HOPLENGTH.

    THE ATPC CONTROLLED OUTPUT POWEROR MTPC SET OUTPUT POWER, WILL BEREDUCED BY THE SET ATTENUATIONVALUE.SETTING RANGE 1TO 5 dB.

    IN THE PROVISIONING WINDOWTHE MTPCSTATUS IS ACTIVE WHEN THE TX POWERCONTROL MODE IS SET TO MTPC..

    ~~.~.:.~ i-.I-55 dBm

    0 dB

    CLICK THE APPROPRIATE BUTTON TOOPEN THE SELECTED SETTING WINDOW..

    AFTER SELECTING OR SETTING THEPARAMETER CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TOIMPLEMENT THE SETTING.

    IN ALL SETTING WINDOWS, CLICK CLOSETO EXIT THE WINDOW

    PNMT 32

  • NEC.10/100BASE-TSETTING NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V02

    PQRIJlPQRTMQQ!;AN.PP!JP!..,E)( $I;TTJNGSETS THE MODE USED AND DUPLEXSETTING. DEPENDS ON THE EXTERNALEQUIPMENT SETTING.

    PoRT.U$AGI;.SETS THE RATE USED BY PORT1 ANDPORT2 rPORT

    r P1:75Mbps r. P1:1DDMbpsr P1: BestEffortr P1:1DDMbpsP2: 75Mbps P2: 5DMbps P2: BestEffort P2: NotUsed

    Execute~ Close I

    r AutoNegot~tiO/1

    r. 1DBASE-TIHaUDuplex

    r 1DBASE-TIFullDuplex

    r 10DBASE.TXIHaUDuplex

    IN THE PROVISIONING WINDOWTHE10/100BASE-TCONTROLS ARE ACTIVEWHEN THE WHEN THE 10/100BASE-TMAIN

    r 100BASE.TXI I I

    ~INTF

    .

    C CARD IS MOUNTED

    FullDuplex! .

    "'" II" II r101100BASE,T"._111"- ~

    I '4 rFar End Link

    Execute~

    EAR!;N.P!"!NK.PQVVNWHEN THE LINK IS DOWN SENDS THEINFORMATION TO THE FAR END TODISCONNECT THE FAR END LINK. THISFUNCTION CAN BE ENABLED OR DISABLED.

    r. Enable r Disable CLICK THE APPROPRIATE BUTTON TOOPEN THE SELECTED SETTING WINDOW..

    Execute~ Close I AFTER SELECTING OR SETTING THEPARAMETER CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TOIMPLEMENT THE SETTING.

    CLOQKSOURQ.!;SELECTSTHECLOCKUSEDBYTHELANPORT ClockSource'-'-

    r InternalClock r. DMRClock.)Internal Clock

    IN ALL SETTING WINDOWS, CLICK CLOSETO EXIT THE WINDOW

    Execute~ Close I

    PNMT 33

    PORTUsage P1:75Mbps/P2:75MbpsPORT1 AutoNegiotiationPORT2 AutoNegiotiation

    FarEndLinkDown DisableClockSource InternalClock

  • NECBER THRESHOLD SETTING

    NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    SIX BER THRESHOLDS ARE AVAILABLE

    HIGH BER: EXCESSIVE BER ALARM SETTING FOR THE RADIOSECTION SET BEFORE ANY SWITCH OVER IN (1+1) REDUNDANCYSWITCHING CONFIGURATION

    LOW BER FOR RX SWITCH: THE BER LEVEL FOR DEGRADEDSIGNAL IN THE RADIO SECTION. USED FOR RX SWITCH OVER IN (1+1)SYSTEM.

    BER THRESHOLD

    THE BER IN THE PASOLlNK+ SYSTEM IS MONITOREDIN 3 SECTIONS

    MUX SECTIONDMR SECTIONRADIO SECTION

    THE RADIO SECTION IS AVAILABLE IN (1+1)SYSTEMS ONLYAND IS USED FOR SWITCHOVER FUNCTIONTHE MUX AND DMR SECTION BER IS MEASURED IN TERMSOF SIGNAL DEGRADE (SO)AND EXCESSIVE BER (E_BER).

    THE RADIO SECTION, ON THE OTHER HAND, MONITORSTHE BER FOR SWITCHOVER PURPOSES. WHEN THE BERBECOMES WORSE THAN THE PRESET VALUE OF THE LOWBEt{,THE RX SIDE SWITCHES TO THE OTHER CHANNEL INA 1+1CONFIGURATION. THE PRESET VALUE MENTIONEDABOVE IS CALLED THE BER THRESHOLD.

    PROVISIONING WINDOW

    'l

    I

    o4f-- BER ALM THRESHOLD (RADIO)APPEARSIN 1+1REDUNDANT SYSTEMS ONLY

    C"')0

    IW

    L(')0

    uJ

    ex)0uJ

    '"0uJ

    0~

    w~~

    uJN~

    uJto0uJ

    t-ouJ

    v0uJ

    I

    I HighBER I Low BER for RXSWIE-BER(OMR)I I SO(OMR) IIE-BER(MUX)I I SO (MUX) j

    E-BER(DMR) EXCESSIVE BER LEVEL FOR RADIO SECTION. SETWORSE THAN THE SWITCHOVER LEVEL.

    SD(DMR) SIGNAL DEGRADE BER LEVEL FOR RADIO SECTION.

    E-BER(MUX) EXCESSIVE BER DETECT LEVEL FOR INPUT STM-1SIGNAL FROM THE MUX.

    SD(MUX) SIGNAL DEGRADE ALARM LEVEL FOR INPUT STM-1 SIGNALFROM THE MUX

    IN THE PROVISIONING WINDOW THE MTPC PNMT 34~.__n.- -.. --...--

  • NECBER THRESHOLD SETTING NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    .

    BERALM Threshold(DMR)- No.OOl. '. . . .. .'..'CLICK THE APPROPRIATE BUTTON IN THEPROVISIONING WINDOW THRESHOLD SECTION TOOPEN THE REQUIRED BER SETTING WINDOW..

    AFTER SELECTING THE BER ALARMTHRESHOLD VALUE, CLICK EXECUTEBUTTON TO IMPLEMENT THE SETTING.

    IN ALL SETTING WINDOWS, CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE WINDOW

    r-~(

    ... ,.......BER ALM Threshold{Radio).,.No.OOle- ;../,",:./..c '

    r 3E.9 r 3E.10

    INTHE PROVISIONING WINDOWTHE MTPC PNMT 35~ ~.~ . _H --...--

  • NECMAINTENANCE NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK MAINTENANCE, ON THE, CONFIGURATIONDROP DOWNMENU TO OPEN THE MAINTENANCEWINDOW

    TO CARRY OUT ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROL ,SET THE SELECTED NE TOMAINTENANCE MODE. CLICK THE MAINT BUTTON ON THE MAINTENANCEWINDOW TO OPEN THE MAINTENANCE MODE SELECTION WINDOW. SELECTMAlNT MODE ON OR OFF AND CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MODESELECTION

    THESE CONTROL ARE AVAilABLE FOR(1+1)CONFIGURATION.PROVIDESMANUAL SWITCH OVER OF PASOLINKCHANNEL

    FOR NORMAL OPERATION SELECT'AUTO FOR AUTO REDUNDANCYSWITCHING..

    AlS RESTART IS ACTIVE ONl Y WHENOPTICAL INTFC IS USED'-'-""-""---

    MAINTENANCE WINDOW FOR (1+0)CONFIGURA TlON (REMOTE NE)

    ~

    ERROR' E3

    Control1*'. \:'ktMAlNTe':v;;.(~~q OFF I

    OFFOFFOFF

    BEFORE TRYING TO CONTROL ANYMAINTENANCE FUNCTION SET THESELECTED EQUIPMENT TO MAINTENANCEMODE. OTHERWISE AN ERROR MESSAGE.WILL BE DISPLAYED

    OFFOFF

    22002.750MHz23010.750MHz

    PNMT 36

  • LOOP BACK CONTROLNECNECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    FROM THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW SET THESELECTED NE TO MAINTENANCE MODE

    'rr-/)JCLICK THEOPEN THE NEA'WINDOW

    SELECT LOOPBACK ON OR OFF ANDCLICK ON EXECUTE TO ENABLE NEAR ENDLOOPBACK ON THE SELECTED CHANNEL.

    CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE LOOPBACKCONTROL WINDOW..

    ControlL MAlNT I ON 1- YELLOWBACKGROUNDINDICATEMAINTENANCEMODE

    CLICK THE MA~ LP BACK 2 BUTTONTOOPEN THE FAR NO BACK CONTROLWINDOW

    SELECT LOOPBACK ON OR OFF AND CLICK ONEXECUTE TO ENABLE FAR END LOOPBACK ON THESELECTED CHANNEL.CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE LOOPBACK CONTROLWINDOW..IF LOOP BACK IS NOTAVAILABLE FOR A REMOTE NE

    PNMT

    Main Signal LP Back-2 -No.Om------.---.---------

    ExecuteI CI&1e ISELECT LOOPBACK ON OR OFF ANDCLICK ON EXECUTE TO ENABLE FAR ENDLOOPBACK ON THE SELECTED CHANNEL.

    CLICK CLOSE TO EXIT THE LOOPBACKCONTROL WINDOW..

    37

  • MAINTENANCENECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    TO CLOSE ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROLWINDOW CLICK CLOSE BUTTON.TONORMALIZE MAINTENANCE MODENORMALIZEALL MAINTENANCECONTROLS FIRST.

    THIS CONTROL SETS THE DURAnON THAT THELASER IS ON, WHENALS MANUAL RESTARTCONTROL IS PERFORMED.

    CLICK THE ALS RESTART BUTTON ON THEMAINTENANCEWINDOW TO OPEN THE ALSRESTART CONTROL WINDOW. SELECT THEDURATION OF THE LASER BURST AND CLICKEXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE ALS MANUALRESTART CONTROL.

    THIS CONTROL TRANSMIT AN UN- MODULA TEDCARRIER FOR MEASUREMENT PURPOSE. THISCONTROL MA Y INTERRUPT TRAFFIC.

    CLICK THE CW (MOD CARRIER) BUTTON ON THEMAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THE CWCONTROL WINDOW. CLICK ON OR OFF ANDEXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MAINTENANCECONTROL.

    THIS CONTROL SWITCH OFF OR MUTE THE TXOUTPUT POWER OF ODU110DU2OF THESELECTED NE. THIS MAY INTERRUPT THETRAFFIC

    CLICK THE TX MUTE BUTTON ON CH1 OR CH2ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPEN THETX MUTE CONTROL WINDOW. CLICK ON/OFF ANDEXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MAINTENANCECONTROL.

    PNMT 38

  • MAINTENANCENECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V02

    Execute I ,Close INo.2 uOFF"OFFOff7443.000MHz

    RXFreq~ency I 7282.000MHz~ .

    I. ATPCManUal' I OFF I! ATPC ManuaPNo.OO1'-'--'''''''''' '''-''''-''''''''''''''-''-''~

    TO CLOSE ANY MAINTENANCE CONTROL WINDOWCLICK CLOSE BUTTON. TO NORMALIZEMAINTENANCE MODE NORMALIZE MAINTENANCECONTROLS FIRST.

    PNMT

    THIS CONTROL CAN CHANGE THE TXFREQUENCY OF ODU1 OR ODU 2 OF THESELECTED NE. WHEN THE TX FREQUENCY ISCHANGED CORRESPONDING RX FREQUENCY ISAUTOMATICALLY DISPLAYED. THIS CONTROLMAY INTERRUPT THE TRAFFIC.

    CLICK THE TX FREQUENCY BUTTON ON CH1 ORCH2 ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPENTHE TXlRX FREQUENCY CONTROL WINDOW.CHANGE THE TX FREQUENCY AND CLICKEXECUTE TO IMPLEMENT THE MAINTENANCECONTROL.

    THIS CONTROL SET THE ATPC CONTROL TOMANUALAND ADJUST THE OUTPUT POWER

    CLICK THE ATPC MANUAL BUTTON OF CH1 ORCH2 ON THE MAINTENANCE WINDOW TO OPENTHE ATPC MANUALCONTROL WINDOW.SELECTTHE ATPC MANUALON/OFF. IF ON SELECT THEREQUIRED ATT TO TX THE REQUIRED OUTPOWER. THEN CLICK EXECUTE TO IMPLEMENTTHE MAINTENANCE CONTROL.

    39

  • NECAUX I/O WINDOW - MONITOR/CONTROL NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    AUXILIARY INPUT / OUTPUT FACILITY CAN BE USED TO MONITOR SIX EXTERNAL MONITOR ITEMS AND FOUR EXTERNAL CONTROL ITEMS USING THEPASOLINK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. MONITORING ITEMS ARE CONNECTED THROUGH OPTICAL COUPLERS AND CONTROLS VIA RELAYS. THESE ITEMSARE ALSO KNOWNAS HOUSEKEEPING ALARMS AND CONTROLS.

    CLICK THE AUX SYMBOL IN THE BLOCK DIAGRAM OR AUX 110TAB TOVIEW THE AUX ALARM/STATUS/CONTROL DISPLAY

    ~.

    CONFIGURE CONTROL RELAY OUTPUTSCLICK THE OUTPUT 1-4BUTTONS TO CONFIGUREAND CONTROL THE EXTERNAL CONTROLS. . ...

    ENTER THE NAME TOAPPEAR FORSELECTED CONTROLITEM ( UP TO 32CHARACTERS)

    -- ENTER THE LABEL FOR

    EACH CONDITIONEVENT ON AND EVENTOFF

    ("

    ENTER THE SELECTED EXTERNAL ALARM NAME,(UP TO 32 CHARACTERS)

    CONFIGURE ALARM INPUTS

    CLICK THE INPUT 1-6BUTTONS TO CONFIGURETHE EXTERNAL ALARM

    SELECT THE CONDITION FORALARM, EVENT ON OR EVENTOFF

    EXTERNAL MONITORING ITEMSCAN BE DEFINED AS ALARMS ORAS STATUS CHANGE.

    CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRYOUT THE CHANGE

    ENTER THE LABEL FOR ALARM/ STATUS EVENT ON ANDEVENT OFF.

    -I

    X.733 ALARM/SEVERITY SETTING

    CLICK THE CLOSE BUTTON TO CLOSE THE WINDOW

    -PNMT 40

  • NECRELAY CONFIGURATION NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CONFIGURING THE TWO PARALLEL INTERFACE CONNECTORS, ALM AND ALM/AUXCAN BE CARRIED OUT FROM THIS MENU. ALTOGETHER 8 RELAYOUTPUTS (RL4 TO RL11) CAN BE CONFIGURED FOR OUTPUTTING EQUIPMENT ALARMS. OUT OF THE 8 RELAYS, FOUR CAN BE CONFIGURED TOCONTROL EXTERNAL HOUSEKEEPING EQUIPMENT.

    II RL01TO RL03ARE ASSIGNED TO MAINT, PS ALM AND CPU ALM AND CANNOT BECHANGED.

    II RL08 TO RL11 CAN BE ASSIGNED TO THE FOUR HOUSE KEEPING CONTROLOUTPUTS. IF THE RELAYS ARE NOT ASSIGNED TO OUTPUT HOUSE KEEPINGCONTROL, THEY CAN BE ASSIGNED TO OUTPUT EQUIPMENT ALARMS.

    AlarmI Status I Control~nput-1

    Inpul-2Inpul-3Inpul-4Inpul-5Inpul-6

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    RL04TO RL07 CAN BE ASSIGNED ANYEQUIPMENT ALARM BY CLICKING ON THEBUTTON INTERSECTING THE ALARM ROWAND RELAY COLUMN. THE SELECTEDBUTTONWILL CHANGE COLOR TO GREEN.

    II RL04TO RL07CAN BE ASSIGNED TO ABOUT 23 EQUIPMENT ALARMS.I II MORE THAN ONE ALARM CAN BE ASSIGNED TO A RELAY

    ~ CLICK THE RELAYCONFIGURATIONBUTTON IN THE AUX 1/0WINDOW TO OPENRELAY CONFIGURATIONSETTING WINDOW

    SELECT THE NUMBER OF HOUSE KEEPINGCONTROLS OR SELECT DISABLE. IF HK ISINDICATEDUNDER RL08TO RL11THEY ARE USEDFOR HK CONTROL IF NOT THEY CAN USED FORALARMS.

    CLICK EXECUTE TO CARRY OUT THE CHANGES

    PNMT 41

  • NECCTRL & VERSION WINDOWS NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK THE CTRL SYMBOL ON THE BLOCK DIAGRAMORTHE CTRL TAB TO DISPLAY THE CTRL WINDOW FORTHE SELECTED NE.

    CLICK THE VERSION TAB TO DISPLAY THE VERSIONINFORMATIONWINDOW FOR THE SELECTED NE.

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    G8223R9/14/0100403800102.13

    18I\OXt;~1

    Alarmt=ji;jii,Calendar".'I

    ControlI DatefTime 1

    MAININTFC'G7S97A3/7/02004324

    ~VERSION WINDOW DISPLAY THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE,SOFTWARE VERSIONS, SERIAL NUMBER, CODE NUMBERETC.. OF THE PASOLINK EQUIPMENT IN THE SELECTEDNETWORK ELEMENT.

    Ready

    CONFIGURATION AND SETTING OF THE PASOLINKMANAGEMENT CONTROL IS PROVIDED IN THIS WINDOW.

    PNMT 42

  • NECDATE TIME SETTING NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    DATE AND TIME STORED IN THE SELECTED NETWORK ELEMENT'S PM CTRL CAN BE DISPLAYED AND ADJUSTED FORM THIS CONTROL ITEM

    [CTRL WINDOW]

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    ControlDatelTime ~

    I CPU Reset IDownload(PC CTRl )

    ConfigurationFileProgramFile

    EquipmenIConfig.File

    CLICK DATEITIMEBUTTON IN THE CTRLWINDOWTO OPEN THEDATE/TIME SETTINGCONTROL WINDOW

    TO CHANGE THE PM CARD DATE TIME SETTING,SELECT SET DATEITIME.

    TO DISPLAY AND SET THE DATE/TIME SET INTHEPNMT PC TO THE NE, SELECT DISPLAY PC TIME BOXAND CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTON.

    TO DISPLAY THE CURRENT DATE/TIMESTORED IN THE NE, SELECT GETDATE/TIME AND CLICK EXECUTE.

    THE CURRENT DATE/TIME STORED INTHE PM CARD, IS DISPLAYED.

    TO CHANGE THE PM CARD DATE TIME SETTING,SELECT SET DATE/TIME.

    CHANGE THE DATE /TIME SETTING AS REQUIRED,CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTON.

    PNMT 43

  • NECDOWN LOAD CONFIGURATION FILES NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    [CTRL WINDOW]THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO DOWN LOAD CONFIGURATION FILES CREATED BY THE NETWORK CONFIG TOOL TOTHE CTRL IN THE SELECTED f':IETWORKELEMENT. THERE ARE TWO FILES CREATED FOR EACH NE, MIB.CFGCONTAINS THE IP ADDRESS OF THE NE AS WELL AS THE IP ADDRESS OF THE OPPOSITE STATION. THENETWORK.CFG FILE CONTAINS THE INFORMATIONABOUT THE PASOLINK NETWORK WHERE NE IS LOCATED.

    CLICK THE CONFIGURATION FILE BUTTON UNDERTHE DOWNLOAD(PCCTRL) INTHECTRL WINDOW,TO OPEN THE DOWNLOADCONFIGURATION FILE WINDOW.

    ..UPDATEAFTER THE SUCCESSFUL DOWN LOAD OFTHE CONFIGURATION FILES. CLICKUPDATE BUTTON.UPDATECONFIGURATION FILE WINDOW OPENS.

    SELECT THE APPROPRIATE BOX FOR THETYPE OF CONFIGURATION FILE(S) THATWILL BE UPDATED.

    CLICK EXECUTE BUTTONTO START THEUPDATE OPERATION..

    WHEN UPDATING, PM CTRL TO PM CTRLCOMMUNICATIONWILL BE LOST WHEN CTRLINITIALIZESTO THE NEW SYSTEMCONFIGURATION. DURING THIS TIME PNMTCONNECTION TO THE PASOLINK WILL BE LOSTBUTWILL AUTOMATICALLY BE RECONNECTEDAFTER THE PM CTRL RESETS

    DOWN LOADSELECT EACH CONFIG FILE ONE BY ONE FROMTHE TYPE WINDOW

    BROWSE AND SELECT THE PATH/LOCATION TOTHE FILE SELECTED IN THE TYPE WINDOW.

    CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TO DOWNLOADTHESELECTED CONFIG FILE..

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    REPEAT THE DOWNLOADPROCEDURE FOR THEOTHER CONFIG FILE..

    A MESSAGE WINDOW INDICATE THE STATUS OFTHE DOWNLOADOPERATION AND IT WILL CLOSEAUTOMATICALLY ONCE THE OPERATION IS OVER

    WAR.N.lN.G..

    MAKE SURE THAT THE CORRECT CONFIGURATION FILE IS DOWNLOADED TO THE CTRL IN THE CORRECT NE. INCORRECTCONFIGURATION FILE WILL LEAD TO CTRL OR NETWORKFAILURE

    MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY DOWN LOADEDTHE CONFIGURATION FILE BEFORE DOING UPDATE. OTHERWISETHE CTRL WILL SWITCH TO AN EMPTY ROM THAT MAY CAUSECTRL FAILURE.

    CLICK CLOSE BUTTON WHEN DONE

    PNMT 44

  • DOWN LOAD PROGRAM FILENECNECITR-YTCART-MAR/04V02

    [CTRL WINDOW]

    . I

    THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO UPDATE THE APPLICATION PROGRAM ON THE CTRL.THIS OPERATION AFFECTS ONLY THE PM CTRL TO PM CTRL COMMUNICATION.AND WILL NOT DISRUPT THE RADIO LINK.

    CLICK ON THE PROGRAM FILE BUTTON UNDERTHE DOWNLOAD (PCCTRL) INTHE CTRL WINDOW.

    CTRL CAN BE RESET USING THISFUNCTION

    CLICK THE CTRL RESET BUTTONON THECTRL WINDOW.

    CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TORESET THE CPU

    CLICK ON THE CPU RESETBUTTONTO SWITCH TO THE NEWPROGRAM FILE

    SELECT WITH ROM (PROGRAM)SWITCHING OPTION IF YOU WANT TOSWITCH TO A NEWLY DOWNLOADEDCTRL PROGRAM FILE

    RESETTING THE CTRL WILL NOT AFFECT THETRAFFIC. THE CONNECTION TO THESELECTED PASOLINK WILL BE LOST FOR FEWMINUTES AND WILL BE RECONNECTEDAUTOMATlCALLY. .

    SELECT THE MODULE THEAPPLICATION PROGRAM IS TO BEDOWNLOADED.

    ENTER THE PATH TO THEPROGRAM FILE TO BEDOWNLOADEDOR CLICK BROWSETO LOCATE THE PROGRAM FILE.

    CLICK THE EXECUTE BUTTONTOSTART DOWNLOADOPERATION'

    DOWNLOADPROGRESS ISINDICATED HERE

    WARNINGMAKE SURE THAT THE CORRECTPROGRAM FILE IS DOWNLOADEDTO THE CTRL. INCORRECTPROGRAM FILE WILL LEAD TOCTRL FAILURE.

    PNMT 45

  • NECUPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    [CTRL WINDOW] THIS FUNCTION IS USED TO UPLOAD THE CONFIGURATION FILES FROMTHE CTRL OF THE SELECTED NE TO THE PNMT PC.

    WHEN EQUIPMENT IS CONFIGURED (AUXILIARY ALARMS, BERTHRESHOLD ETC.) TAKE A UPLOAD OF THE EQUIPMENTCONFIGURATION FILE TO THE PNMT PC.

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    Browse...I

    Execute I Close IUploadConfigurationFile -No.OO1' . .

    CLICK THE CONFIGURATION FILEUNDER THE UPLOAD(CTRLPC) TO OPEN THEUPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILEWINDOW.

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    Execute I

    WHEN THE PASOLINK IDU FOR A SITE IS REPLACED FOR SOMEREASON THE EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION FILE CAN BEDOWNLOADED TO CONFIGURE THE REPLACED IDU.

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    HeaderInformation

    SELECT THE TYPE OF CONFIG FILE TO BE UPLOADED FROM THE TYPEWINDOW.,MIB CONFIG OR NETWORK CONFIG.

    NE NAME-''No.002''IP ADDRESS-"172. 18.0.2"EQUIPMENT TYPE.''Peso+STM.1,.SUBTYPE-';;'"DATE-"2003/09/03 13:55:51"

    ENTER THE LOCATION THE FILE TO BE UPLOADED AND THE FILE NAME INTHE FILE WINDOW. USE BROWSE TO LOCATE THE DIRECTORY IFNECESSARY.

    CLICK EXECUTE BUTTON TO START THE UPLOAD OPERATION. A MESSAGEWINDOW APPEARS TO SHOW THE STATUS OF THE UPLOAD OPERATIQN,AND WILL CLOSE AUTOMATICALLY ONCE THE OPERATION IS COMPLETED..

    AFTER THE UP LOAD IS FINISHED CLICK THE CLOSE BUTTON TO CLOSETHE WINDOW.

    Execute I Update...I Close I

    AFTER DOWN LOADING,CARRY OUT THE UPDATE OPERATION

    PNMT 46

  • NECEVENT & PERFORMANCE DATA NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

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    i ~~ ii StatusChange Link IDU (PM Card) !: AlarmOccurrence Performance ii AlarmRecovery ES r i. '81: 0: Controls SES ~ i

    i ' ParameterChange ~~~ ~ !0 ,.. .: OFS '81: "'" i! ~.,. i! ~'/ ~--nn_, i, L ,_~ n_.' 0i atest1 0 mm mmmm '~':_--'--" ': ! :

    I III ~;:UllJi I0 , 00 00_--' 00 0000 00'- .! Oldest 300 :::::::::::::::::::::: i. 0'n_n nnn--_nn__nn n nnn__nn nn_nJ

    EVENT LOG AND PERFORMANCE DATAARE UPLOADED TO THE PNMTEACH TIME EVENT LOG AND PERFORMANCE MONITORARE SELECTED.

    PNMT 47

  • NECEVENT LOG NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    . A MESSAGE WINDOWSHOWS THE PROGRESS OFTHE UPLOAD

    .

    CLICK ON THE EVEN LOG INTHE NE SPECIFIC MENU BARTO UPLOAD THE EVEN LOGITEMS FROM THE SELECTEDNE.

    EVENT LOG VIEW WINDOW SHOWSALARM EVENTS, COMMAND EVENTSAND STATUS CHANGES.

    DIFFERENT COLORS SHOWS THETYPE OF EVENT.

    EVENT LOG IS PRESENTED IN A TABLEFORM SHOWING THE DATE OF THEEVENT, THE ITEM THAT TRIGGEREDTHE EVENT AND THE STATUSCHANGE.

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    LICK FILE-UPLOAD TO REFRESH THE EVENTLOG DISPLAY

    CLICK FILE-SAVE AS TO SAVE THE EVENTLOG TO

    CLICK FILE-PRINT TO PRINT THE EVENTLOG INFORMATION

    PNMT 48

  • NECLINK PERFOR'MANCE MONITOR NECITR- YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    ,. CLICK ON THE LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR IN THE NESPECIFIC MENU BAR OF THE LINK SUMMARY WINDOW OFTHE PASOLINK TO BE MONITORED.

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    THRESHOLD VALUE SETTING

    CLICK THE THRESHOLD BUTTON MUX OR DMR TO OPEN THETHRESHOLD SETTING WINDOW.

    SELECT THE PERFORMANCE ITEM THAT IS TO BE CONFIGURED ON THETABLE SHOWN. SET THE VALUE WHEN THE ALARM OCCUR ANDWHENTHE ALARM RECOVER IN THE APPROPRIATE FIELD.

    AFTER SETTING ALL THE THRESHOLD VALUES CLICK EXECUTE TOACTIVATE THE NEW SETTING.

    CLOCK CLOSE TO CLOSE THE THRESHOLD SETTING WINDOW..

    NE SPECIFIC MENU BAR

    THE FOLLOWING PERFORMANCE ITEMS CAN BE MONITOREDACCORDING TO THE G.826RECOMMENDATIONS.

    OFS OUT OF FRAME SECONDS

    ES ERROR SECONDSSES SEVERELY ERROR SECONDSUAS UNAVAILABLE SECONDSBBE BACKGROUND BLOCK ERRORS

    CURRENT BER VALUE IS SHOWN INTHIS FIELD

    THE RED COLOR IN THE PERFORMANCE MONITOR WINDOWINDICATES THE OCCURRENCE OF PERFORMANCE ITEMSEXCEEDING THE THRESHOLD VALUE. THE THRESHOLD VALUESCAN BE SET IN THRESHOLD WINDOW.

    !~ Exec~~e I"t'< '

    PNMT 49

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  • NECLINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    CLICK ON THE DETAIL BUTTON IN THE LINK PERFORMANCEMONITOR WINDOWTO DISPLAY THE WEEKLY DETAILWINDOW.

    THIS WINDOW CONTAINS THE LINK PERFORMANCE DATA OFTHE LAST.8 DAYS.

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    THE DATE BUTTONS ON THE RIGHT HANDSIDE OF THETABLE ARE SELECTABLE. AND CAN OPEN THE SUMMARYDATA FOR THAT SPECIFIC DATE..

    THE LINK PERFORMANCE MONITOR DAILY DATAWINDOW DISPLAY THEDETAILED 15MINPERFORMANCE DATA

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    .iiilil!li~!!!i!llii~CLICK FILE -UPLOAD TO REFRESH THE DATACLICKFILE-SAVE AS TOSAVETHEDATAINTEXTFORMAT

    CLICK FILE - CLOSE TO EXIT THE WINDOW0

    PNMT 50

  • NECPNMT LAN CONNECTION NECITR-YTCART -MAR/04 V02

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    IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONNECT THE PNMT PC TO THE PASOLINKCLUSTER BY LAN CONNECTION TO THE PNMS LAN PORT INTHE IOUOR THROUGH A ROUTER BY CONNECTING TO THE NMS SERIALPORT OF THE CPM.

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    SET THE APPROPRIATE IP ADDRESS AND THE GATEWAY ADDRESSIN PNMT PC ACCORDING TO THE CPM OR ROOT NE IP ADDRESSAND GATEWAY ADDRESS SETTING.

    OPEN THE ConnectList_samp.iniFILE IN THE PNMT FOLDER ANDMODIFY THE DIALUP AND ETHERNET ENTRIES.

    PNMT

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    192.168.1.1124

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    Fie Edt Formi:IJiewHelp, , , , , ,...-

    [Dialup]Entryl=Pnmt

    F:\1vIT i No. 001 No. 002 No. 003 No. 004 ~o.005 No.,006172.18.0.1 172.18.0.2 172.18.0.3 172.18.0.4 172.18.0.5 m.1806Cro~~Cable01'Su'aightCable,oiaHub

    [Ethernet]Enti'y1=~O.OtJ1,172.18.0.1

    SAVE THE FILE AS ConnectList.ini !':\'"rrIA'i pc:t

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  • NECPNMT LAN CONNECTION NECITR-YTCART-MAR/04 V02

    IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONNECT SEVERAL PASOLINK CLUSTER TO THEPNMT PC LAN PORT BY CONNECTING THE PASOLINK CLUSTERSTHROUGH A HUB AS SHOWN IN THE DIAGRAM. PNMT WILLCONNECT TO ONE CLUSTER AT A TIME BY SELECTING THECLUSTER TO BE CONNECTED FROM THE CONNECT LIST SECTIONWINDOWWHEN THE PNMT START-UP.

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    MODIFY THE ConnectListiniFILE IN THE PNMT FOLDER ACCORDINGLYR1-001172.18.0.1

    Rl_002 R1_003 RUA'14 Xl_CO; Rl_Cl)6172.18.02 172.18.0.3172.18.04 172..18.0517218.0.6

    Fie Edt Formal:IJiaw Help.m"",.,..".".,...,. ...., ,.. ..

    [Dialup]Entryl=Pnmt

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    192.168I.2V 192.168.1.10C/24

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    Entry32=R32_001,172.18.31.1

    LIST THE NE NAMES ANDTHE IPADDRESS OF THE ROOT OR CPM NEs TOBE'CONNECTED. THE NUMBER OFETHERNET ENTRIES IS UP TO 32.

    R2_001172.l8.1.1

    R2_C02R2_003 R2_004 R2_005 F...:U)06

    172.18.1.2l'i2J3.L3: 172.lS.1.4 172.18J5 172.18J.6.....

    [Ethernet]Enti-y1=R1_"001,f'T2.18.0.1Entry2=R2_001,172.18.1.1

    CREATE A ROUTE COMMAND BATCH (ROUTE_SAMPLE.BAT) FILE TO ADDTHE ROUTING TABLE IN PNMT PC.

    Routeadd172.18.0.0mask255.255.255.0192.168.1.1Routeadd172.18.1.0mask255.255.255.0192.168.1.2

    Di!f;;ultGat'.vayI...

    ....Route add 172.18.31.0mask 255.255.255.0192.168.1.32

    DOUBLE-CLICK THE ROUTE_SAMPLE. BAT FILE TOACTIVATE THE ROUTING TABLE.

    PNMT

    Ltu'\pDl1192.168.1.100/24

    RJ2_G()1 R32_002 R31_003 F32_0C4 R32_005J72JS.3l.J 172.18.31.217118.31.3172.18.31.4172.183]j

    R32_006172.13.31.6

    R1001 172.18.D.1R2-001 172.18.1.1R3-001 172.18.2.1R{OOl 172.18.3.1R5'OOl 172.18.4.1I=ViTji ~1iIr:...,R7001 172.18.6.1RB'OO1 172.18.7.1R9-001 172.18.8.1Rl0_001 172.18.9.1..:J

    Exit I

    START THE PNMT ANDFROM THE CONNECTLIST SECTION WINDOWSELECT ETHERNET ANDTHE NE TO BECONNECTED.

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    PNMT 52