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April 2005
MX2800 STS-1 System Manual
MX2800 STS-1
System Manual
Manual Part Number - 61204659L1-1A
CD Part Number - 3253037@
AC Non-Redundant Version with Modem
AC Redundant Version with Modem
DC Non-Redundant Version with Modem
DC Redundant Version with Modem
AC Non-Redundant Version without Modem
AC Redundant Version without Modem
DC Non-Redundant Version without Modem
DC Redundant Version without Modem
Breakout Panel
Battery Backup
Battery Backup Adapter Cable
Amphenol to Punch-Down Cable, 25 foot
Amphenol to Punch-Down Cable, 50 foot
Amphenol to Punch-Down Cable, 100 foot
BNC Patch Panel
Fan Faceplate
STS-1 AC/DC Redundant with Modem
AC Non-Redundant with Modem with Fans
AC Redundant with Modem with Fans
DC Non-Redundant with Modem with Fans
DC Redundant with Modem with Fans
AC Non-Redundant without Modem with Fans
AC Redundant without Modem with Fans
DC Non-Redundant without Modem with Fans
DC Redundant without Modem with Fans
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Summary of Contents

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    MX2800 STS-1 System Manual ® MX2800 STS-1 System Manual Manual Part Number - 61204659L1-1A CD Part Number - 3253037@ 4204659L1 AC Non-Redundant Version with Modem 4204659L2 AC Redundant Version with Modem 4204659L3 DC Non-Redundant Version with Modem 4204659L4 DC Redundant Version with Modem...

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    In no event will ADTRAN be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages or for commercial losses even if ADTRAN has been advised thereof as a result of issue of this publication.

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    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Revision History Document Date Description of Changes Revision April 2005 Initial Release (continuation of discontinued P/N 1200659L1-1G); new Control- ler Card hardware and software included with this revision. Conventions The following typographical conventions are used in this document: This font indicates a cross-reference link.

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    Training ADTRAN offers product training. The training courses include overviews on product features and functions while covering applications of ADTRAN’s product lines. ADTRAN provides a variety of training options, including customized training courses taught at our facilities or at customer sites.

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    3. ADTRAN Shipping Contents ........

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    Contents MX2800 STS-1 User Manual 6. Rear Panel ..............2-5 LAN Port .

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    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Contents T1/E1 Circuit Protection ..........3-11 Hairpin Loopback .

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    Contents MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Miscellaneous ............. 3-30 Alarm Relay Configuration .

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    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Contents 1. STS-1 Statistics ..............5-2 Alarm History .

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    Contents MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Path Severely Errored Seconds (PSES) ........5-17 Line Unavailable Seconds (LUAS) .

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    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Contents 1. Introduction ..............9-1 2.

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    ADTRAN Technical Support ........

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    Figure 1-1. MX2800 STS-1 Components ........

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Contents MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Figure 5-17.Far End STS-1 Performance Parameters (Current 15 Minutes) ....5-15 Figure 5-18.Far End STS-1 Performance Parameters (24 Hour History) ..... . . 5-15 Figure 5-19.Far End STS-1 Performance Parameters (24 Hour Totals) .

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table 9-4. MX2800 STS-1 Informational Events........

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    Table A-12. MX2800 STS-1 Card Inventory ........

  • Page 17: Introduction, Product Overview

    V.34 modem. The modem can dial-out a “cry for help” for units located in unmanned facilities. The MX2800 STS-1 is designed for either desktop use or for installation in a 19-inch or 23-inch rack. The major features of the MX2800 STS-1 are as follows: •...

  • Page 18: Controller Card 1:1 Redundancy, Sts-1 Overview, Sts-1 Framing Structure, Figure 1-1. Mx2800 Sts-1 Components

    The MX2800 STS-1 supports two hot-swappable controller cards which provide 1:1 redundancy for the T1 and STS-1 signals as well as the STS-1 connections. With two cards installed, the MX2800 STS-1 can recover from circuit or network failure, depending on the configuration. Refer to...

  • Page 19: Transport Overhead (toh), Sts-1 Synchronous Payload Envelope (spe), Table 1-1. Sts-1 Framing Structure

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Introduction, Section 1 STS-1 Overview Table 1-1. STS-1 Framing Structure Column Column Columns Rows 1 through 3 4 (POH) 5 through 90 H1 H2 H3 STS-1 Payload Region H1 H2 H3 STS-1 Payload Region H1 H2 H3...

  • Page 20: Virtual Tributaries (vt), Sts-1 Pointers, Unit Timing, Loop Mode, Free-running (fr) Mode

    SONET minimum clock specification of ± 20 ppm. External Nonrevertive and Revertive Modes timing mode allows the MX2800 STS-1 to derive its transmit timing from the BITS clocks XTERNAL through wire-wrap pins located on the back of the chassis. Two sources can be specified to provide exter- nal timing: a primary and a secondary source.

  • Page 21: Snmp, Network Manager, Agent

    SNMP The embedded SNMP feature of the MX2800 STS-1 allows the unit to be accessed and controlled by a network manager through the 10Base-T local area network (LAN) port. The MX2800 STS-1 supports the MIB-II standard, RFC 1213, RFC 1595, and the ADTRAN Enterprise Specific MIB.

  • Page 22: Telnet, Available Options, Breakout Panel (p/n 1200291l1), Bnc Patch Panel (p/n 1200291l5)

    TELNET Telnet provides a password-protected, remote login facility to the MX2800 STS-1 that allows a remote user to control the MX2800 STS-1 through the terminal menus. Only one Telnet menu session may be active at a time. Transaction Language 1 (TL1) is an ASCII based language that supports both command-response and autonomous (NE) message generation.

  • Page 23: Battery Backup (p/n 4175043l2), Fan Faceplate (p/n 1200466l1), Figure 1-3. Fan Faceplate

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Introduction, Section 1 Available Options Battery Backup (P/N 4175043L2) The battery backup system provides power backup in the event of power loss. This system includes the battery, an AC battery charger, and an alarm cable. Fan Faceplate (P/N 1200466L1) The MX2800 Fan Faceplate provides the means for additional heat dissipation.

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    Section 1, Introduction MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Available Options This page is intentionally blank. 61204659L1-1A...

  • Page 25: Installation And Operation, Introduction, Receiving Inspection, Adtran Shipping Contents

    Carefully inspect the MX2800 for any damage that might have occurred in shipment. If damage is suspected, file a claim immediately with the carrier, keep the original packaging for damage verification and/or returning the unit, and contact ADTRAN Customer Service. For warranty information, refer to Appendix F, Warranty.

  • Page 26: Power Up

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Power Up NOTE MIB files are available from ADTRAN in the support section of the ADTRAN website at www.adtran.com. POWER UP The AC version of the MX2800 is provided with a 6-foot power cable terminated in a three-prong plug which is connected to a grounded 120 VAC power receptacle.

  • Page 27: Figure 2-1. Dc Power Connector, Table 2-1. Dc Connector Symbol Definitions

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Installation and Operation, Section 2 Power Up 115 AC 50/60Hz DC POWER DS3/STS-1 0.8A DSX-1/E1 (OUT) NONCRITICAL – – FAIL FAIL -48V 0.7A NO COM NC T R S T R DSX-1/E1 (IN) CRITICAL Figure 2-1. DC Power Connector Table 2-1.

  • Page 28: Rackmount Installation

    The MX2800 STS-1 can be mounted into a standard 19-inch or 23-inch equipment rack. Follow these steps to mount the unit into a rack: 1. Install the mounting flanges on each side of the MX2800 STS-1 at one of the three available positions. CAUTION Install the flanges only with the screws provided.

  • Page 29: Connecting The Breakout Panel, Connecting The Bnc Patch Panel, Rear Panel

    Installation and Operation, Section 2 Rear Panel Connecting the Breakout Panel The optional breakout panel (P/N 1200291L1) connects to the MX2800 STS-1 via the amphe- nol connectors located on the back of the unit, and provides 28 RJ connectors for the individual T1s/E1s.

  • Page 30: Lan Port, Figure 2-3. Mx2800 Sts-1 Rear View, Table 2-2. Mx2800 Review View Identifiers

    FAIL -48V 0.7A NO COM NC T R S T R DSX-1/E1 (IN) CRITICAL Figure 2-3. MX2800 STS-1 Rear View Table 2-2. MX2800 Review View Identifiers Item Function Ethernet LAN 10Base-T Ethernet connection Modem Telephone line connection for internal V.34...

  • Page 31: Modem Port, Noncritical And Critical Alarm Connectors, Network Interfaces

    8-pin modular jack that provides a telephone line (POTS) connection for the inter- MODEM nal V.34 modem. The MX2800 STS-1 can be configured as a dial-in host and also as a dial-out-on-Trap device (meaning the unit dials out to a specified host to report error conditions). NOTE...

  • Page 32: Dsx-1/e1 Interfaces, Power Connection, External Bits Clock, Front Panel, Craft Port

    Each BITS clock terminates on three wire-wrap posts. The posts are tip, ring, and shield and are labeled , and for clock A and clock B. FRONT PANEL The MX2800 STS-1 faceplate is shown below in Figure 2-4. Descriptions of each part of the front panel follow. •...

  • Page 33: Establishing Terminal Connection

    • 8-bit characters • no parity • one stop bit 2. Using the terminal interface cable adapter provided by ADTRAN, connect the DTE port of a terminal to the 8-pin modular jack labeled on the MX2800 STS-1 front panel. CRAFT 3.

  • Page 34: Navigating Within The Menus, Figure 2-5. Adtran Sts-1 Main Menu

    The letter displayed in the upper left-hand corner of the terminal menu indicates which controller card is active (A or B). Navigating Within the Menus Navigate within the MX2800 STS-1 terminal menus using the following procedures: To... Then... Select an item...

  • Page 35: Status, Statistics, Figure 2-6. Status Screen

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Installation and Operation, Section 2 Front Panel The MX2800 STS-1 Main Menu consists of the following options: Status This screen provides information on the current state of the STS-1, power supplies, system, and VT/Port lines. For more detailed information, refer to Section 4, Status.

  • Page 36: Configuration, Loopbacks, Figure 2-7. Statistics Menu, Figure 2-8. Configuration Menu

    Section 2, Installation and Operation MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Front Panel Figure 2-7. Statistics Menu Configuration Sets STS-1 network, VT/Port, and system management parameters. For more detailed information, refer to Section 3, Configuration. Figure 2-8. Configuration Menu Loopbacks This option accesses loopback tests for the STS-1 and VT/Port circuits. For more detailed information,...

  • Page 37: Logout, Aco Buttons, Led Descriptions, Power Supply A/b Status Leds, Figure 2-9. Loopback Menu

    Alarms (ACO) on page 4-8 for more information. LED Descriptions The MX2800 STS-1 has LED status indicators for the power supplies, the STS-1 state, the controller cards, and the individual T1s/E1s. These LEDs are identified in the following subsections. Power Supply A/B Status LEDs LED is active when the unit is on and receiving full power.

  • Page 38: Controller Card Status Leds, Table 2-3. Led Conditions For Active Cards

    Section 2, Installation and Operation MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Front Panel Controller Card Status LEDs The status LEDs on the two controller cards are (active), (network), (alarm), and (performance). Different conditions are indicated by the state of the LED (it remains solid, flashes, or alter- nates colors).

  • Page 39: T1/e1 Status Leds, Table 2-4. Led Conditions For Standby Cards, Table 2-5. T1/e1 Status Leds

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Installation and Operation, Section 2 Front Panel Table 2-4. LED Conditions for Standby Cards Label LED State Card Condition Green flashing Normal (All OK) Amber solid Software Update in Progress Red flashing Self Test Failed Normal (All OK)

  • Page 40: Replacing Or Installing Cards, Cover Removal, Module Replacement, Figure 2-10.replacing Or Installing Cards

    SUBJECT TO ELECTROSTATIC DAMAGE OR DECREASE IN RELIABILITY. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED. Remove the front cover of the MX2800 STS-1 with a phillips-head screwdriver. With the cover removed, the power supply and controller card slots will be visible. Module Replacement The two power supplies are located at the left of the chassis The controller cards are stacked on the right side of the chassis.

  • Page 41: Figure 3-1. Configuration Menu, Configuration

    3, C ECTION ONFIGURATION Section 3 Configuration Configuration of the MX2800 STS-1 is accomplished via either the 10Base-T ethernet connection, a SLIP/PPP modem port, or a VT-100 terminal. Figure 3-1 shows the Configuration menu screen. Figure 3-2, Figure 3-3, and Figure 3-4 show the menu tree.

  • Page 42: Figure 3-2. Configuration Menu Tree, Page 1

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Short (0-225 ft.)* Line Length Long (225-450 ft.) STS-1 Configuration Loop* Timing Free-run Network Interface External Nonrevertive External Revertive Disabled* XCV Threshold IE-3 IE-4 IE-5 IE-6 VT 1.5 (T1)* VT Mode VT 2 (E1)

  • Page 43: Figure 3-3. Configuration Menu Tree, Page 2

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 VT Port Mapping Disabled VT #1-28 T1 State Enabled Auto Enable* VT Interface T1 Coding B8ZS* 0-133 ft.* T1 Line Length 133-266 ft. 266-399 ft. 399-533 ft. 533-655 ft. -7.5 dB Disabled T1 Remote Loopback...

  • Page 44: Figure 3-4. Configuration Menu Tree, Page 3

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Local IP Address Mgmt Options Gateway IP Address Subnet Mask MODEM Management Port BOTH Primary Phone Number Secondary Phone Number Dial-up Options Init String Dial String Maximum redial attempts Idle timeout Connection timeout...

  • Page 45: Network Interface, Sts-1 Configuration, Line Length, Timing, Figure 3-5. Network Configuration Menu

    225-450 feet Long • set it to if the distance is less than 225 feet Short Timing This option determines the source of timing used to derive the transmit signal. The MX2800 STS-1 has four modes of timing operation: 61204659L1-1A...

  • Page 46: Xcv Threshold

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Network Interface • Loop • Free-Run • External Nonrevertive • External Revertive Loop Loop timing configures the unit to recover timing from the STS-1 receive signal. Loss of the STS-1 receive signal or reception of AIS causes the unit to enter hold-over mode (refer to...

  • Page 47: Protection Configuration, Active Controller, Network Protection, Max. (maximum) Switch Threshold

    E1 at 2.048 Mbps. When set for VT2, the last 7 VTs (VT 22-28), and the last 7 ports (ports 22-28) become unavailable. Protection Configuration The MX2800 STS-1 houses two controller cards for 1:1 protection against hardware failure. The two cards can also provide network protection, supporting two STS-1 circuits simultaneously. The menu selections allow customization of setup parameters.

  • Page 48: Min. (minimum) Switching Period, Miscellaneous, Loopback Timeout, External Clock Configuration

    BITS clocks that terminate on the two sets of wire-wrap pins on the back of the MX2800 STS-1 chassis. If a clock source detects AIS or LOS, the clock becomes invalid. The clock will be revalidated when the AIS or LOS condition is removed.

  • Page 49: Vt Interface, Vt Interface #1-28, Figure 3-6. Vt Interface Menu

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 VT Interface VT INTERFACE The VT Interface menu (shown in Figure 3-6) provides the following functions: • VT Interface #1-28 on page 3-9 • Set Multiple on page 3-11 • Set Cross-Connect Mapping on page 3-12 •...

  • Page 50: T1/e1 State, T1/e1 Coding, T1/e1 Line Length, T1 Remote Loopback

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT Interface Figure 3-7. Configure VT Interface #1 Menu VT # Map Map a T1/E1 port of the VT selected in the VT Interface Menu to a VT. Any available T1/E1 port can be mapped to an available VT.

  • Page 51: T1/e1 Circuit Protection, Hairpin Loopback, Set Multiple, Contiguous Group

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 VT Interface T1/E1 Circuit Protection T1/E1 Circuit Protection determines which circuit initiates a protection switch if a failure in the circuitry for that channel is detected. • If set to Disabled, the failure of the circuitry of that one channel does not cause a protection switch.

  • Page 52: Set Cross-connect Mapping, Figure 3-8. Set Multiple Menu

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT Interface Figure 3-8. Set Multiple Menu Set Cross-Connect Mapping Any VT can be cross-connect mapped to any available T1/E1 port. NOTE Select Unequipped to unmap the port and disable the VT. The Set Multiple option allows the provisioning of all available VTs as either mapped by VT group or mapped one-to-one with the T1/E1 ports.

  • Page 53: Figure 3-9. Set Cross-connect Mapping Menu

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 VT Interface Figure 3-9. Set Cross-Connect Mapping Menu As shown in Figure 3-9, VT #1 is mapped to Port #1, while VT #2 is mapped to Port #5. This indicates a group mapped mode, as described in the next subsection.

  • Page 54: Vt1.5 Mode, Table 3-1. Vt1.5 Mode Cross-connect Mapping

    VT Interface VT1.5 Mode When the MX2800 STS-1 system is provisioned for VT1.5 (T1) mode, each of the seven VT groups is configured to carry four VT1.5s (1.728 Mbps each), for a total of 28 VT1.5s. Any VT1.5 may be mapped to any of the 28 physical DS1 ports not already mapped.

  • Page 55: Vt2 Mode, Table 3-2. Vt2 Mode Cross-connect Mapping

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 VT Interface VT2 Mode When the system is provisioned for VT2 (E1) mode, each of the seven VT groups is configured to carry three VT2s (2.304 Mbps each), for a total of 21 VT2s. Any VT2 may be mapped to any physical E1 port designated 1-21 that is not already mapped.

  • Page 56: Protection Threshold (1-28), Xcv Threshold, System Management, Figure 3-10.system Management Configuration Menu

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Protection Threshold (1-28) The Protection Threshold setting determines how many of the Enabled lines must fail before a card switch occurs. To cause the failure of a single protected (enabled) line to switch to protection, set the Protection Threshold to 1.

  • Page 57: Management Options, Local Ip Address, Gateway Ip Address, Subnet Mask, Management Port, Dialup Options

    If the MX2800 STS-1 and the network manager are connected through a gateway node, a gateway IP address for the MX2800 STS-1 is required in this field. If an IP packet is to be sent to a different network, the unit sends it to the gateway.

  • Page 58: Primary And Secondary Phone Numbers, Initializing String, Dial String, Maximum Redial Attempts, Idle Timeout

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Figure 3-11. Dialup Options Menu Primary and Secondary Phone Numbers When the MX2800 dials out to send a trap, it first dials the Primary Phone Number. If the call is unsuccess- ful, it tries the Secondary Phone Number.

  • Page 59: Pause Between Calls, Dialout On Trap, Answer On Ring, Modem Mode, Modem Baud Rate, Hangup

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management Pause Between Calls This is the delay, in seconds, that the MX2800 waits between redial attempts. Dialout On Trap Enable or disable the MX2800’s ability to dial out to report traps.

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    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management • No Carrier 3-20 61204659L1-1A...

  • Page 61: Snmp Management Options, Trap Ip Addresses, Trap Generation, Sts-1 Active Alarm Traps

    Configuration, Section 3 System Management SNMP Management Options Trap IP Addresses Enter up to five IP addresses of SNMP managers to which the MX2800 STS-1 sends traps. Trap Generation Use this menu (Figure 3-12) to designate error conditions that generate trap messages.

  • Page 62: Table 3-3. Sts-1 Active Alarm Traps

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Table 3-3. STS-1 Active Alarm Traps Trap Meaning If enabled, the unit issues a trap when... Loss of Signal The controller card has lost the network receive signal. Loss of Framing The controller card detects a loss of framing from the network.

  • Page 63: Vt/port Traps, Table 3-4. Vt/port Traps

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management VT/Port Traps VT/Port Alarm trap messages are sent for the reasons provided in Table 3-4. Table 3-4. VT/Port Traps Trap Meaning If enabled, the unit issues a trap when... T1/E1 Loss of The unit has lost the receive signal on a T1/E1.

  • Page 64: System Traps, Table 3-5. System Traps

    Unavailable Activity Loss Status The MX2800 STS-1 has detected a critical hardware failure in which a clock source has become inactive. If any clock source fails, the corresponding clock source is displayed in the status menu and a TRAP/Syslog condition is generated.

  • Page 65: Power Supply Alarm Traps, Mib Ii Standard Alarm Traps, Read Community Name, Write Community Name

    Auth. Failure An unauthorized attempt has been made to access the unit Read Community Name Enter the authentication strings used for SNMP management. Match the MX2800 STS-1 to the SNMP manager for read privileges. Write Community Name Enter the authentication strings used for SNMP management. Match the MX2800 STS-1 to the SNMP manager for write privileges.

  • Page 66: Trap Community Name, System Security, User Account Management, Guest, Interface, Test, Admin

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Trap Community Name Enter the identification string used for trap management. This string accompanies all traps transmitted by the MX2800 STS-1. System Security User Account Management This option is used to enter up to 15 user accounts. Each user account is assigned a username, password, and privilege level.

  • Page 67: Table 3-8. Console Menu User Privileges

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management Table 3-8. Console Menu User Privileges X indicates a Privilege level under which an item may be altered Console Menu Item Guest Interface Test Admin Status Menu Detailed VT/Port Status Acknowledge alarms...

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    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Table 3-8. Console Menu User Privileges (Continued) X indicates a Privilege level under which an item may be altered Console Menu Item Guest Interface Test Admin VT1 Interface Menu Single Channels...

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    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management Table 3-8. Console Menu User Privileges (Continued) X indicates a Privilege level under which an item may be altered Console Menu Item Guest Interface Test Admin User Account Management Menu Terminal Timeout...

  • Page 70: Terminal Timeout, Ip Security, Ip Hosts, Date And Time, Miscellaneous

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Terminal Timeout Set the amount of time the terminal or Telnet session remains inactive before automatically closing the session, requiring the a new login. The options include Disabled, 1 min., 5 min., 15 min., 60 min., or 1 day.

  • Page 71: Alarm Relay Configuration, Figure 3-13. Alarm Relay Configuration Menu

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management Alarm Relay Configuration This screen enables alarm relay response for specific error conditions (Figure 3-13). The following charts describe the alarm conditions found in each menu. Conditions marked in the charts with an asterisk (*) sound the critical alarm when enabled.

  • Page 72: Sts-1 Alarms, Table 3-9. Sts-1 Alarm Descriptions

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management STS-1 Alarms Table 3-9 describes the STS-1 Alarm indications. Table 3-9. STS-1 Alarm Descriptions Alarm Meaning Description LOS* Loss of Signal The unit has lost the network receive signal. LOF* Loss of Framing The unit detects a framing loss from the network.

  • Page 73: Vt/port Alarms, Table 3-10. Vt/port Alarm Descriptions

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 System Management VT/Port Alarms Table 3-10 describes the VT/Port alarm indications. NOTE VT/Port alarms are cleared when the VT/Port is disabled or set to Auto Enable after receiving an alarm. Table 3-10. VT/Port Alarm Descriptions...

  • Page 74: System Alarms, Table 3-11. System Alarm Descriptions

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management System Alarms Table 3-11 describes System Alarm indications. Table 3-11. System Alarm Descriptions Alarm Description Protection Switching Card Failure A controller card has failed. Protection Switch All data has been routed from the primary card to the standby card.

  • Page 75: Power Supply Alarms, Equipment Identification, Table 3-12. Power Supply Alarm Descriptions

    These fields allows information to be stored that identifies the unit. • Unit ID The Unit ID field allows entry of a text string for a unique name for the MX2800 STS-1 to help distinguish this installation from others. Enter up to 31 alpha-numeric characters in this field, including spaces and special characters (such as an underbar).

  • Page 76: Syslog Setup, Auto Save, Craft Baud Rate, Table 3-13. Syslog Severity Levels

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual System Management Syslog Setup Selections include Transmission, Host IP Address, Severity Level, and Host Facility. • Transmission The options available allow enabling or disabling the transmission of log events to the external Syslog server. The host IP address must first be defined.

  • Page 77: Utilities, Figure 3-14.system Utilities Menu

    Configuration, Section 3 Utilities UTILITIES The Utilities menu (Figure 3-14) displays the MX2800 STS-1 system information for both controller cards. It includes self-test results and provides the ability to perform the following functions from the menu: • Load Default Settings on page 3-38 •...

  • Page 78: Load Default Settings, Table 3-14. Self-test Results

    C menu. If con- ONFIGURATION ONFIGURATION dition persists, contact ADTRAN Technical Support. Load Default Settings Select Load Default Settings from the Utilities menu. The screen displays the following message: !WARNING! Defaulting configuration will disrupt traffic on all ports.

  • Page 79: Update Flash Software, Update Via Xmodem

    Select Update Flash Software from the Utilities menu to update software using either XMODEM protocol or Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP): NOTE Before beginning update of FLASH software, ADTRAN recommends disabling the Auto Save feature (from the System Management menu). Update Via XMODEM Updating the FLASH Software via XMODEM requires that a VT100 terminal menu session be active through the MX2800 craft port.

  • Page 80: Update Via Tftp Server

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Utilities NOTE This function is available only when updating the software through the CRAFT port. Update via TFTP Server Updating the FLASH Software via TFTP Server requires that the IP address and file name of the file to be downloaded is known.

  • Page 81: Configuration Transfer, Retrieving From A Tftp Server, Saving To A Tftp Server

    Select Config Transfer from the Utilities menu to transfer files to and from a TFTP server. The Config Transfer option can save the MX2800 STS-1 configuration as a backup file and use the same configuration with multiple MX2800 STS-1 units. Only one configuration transfer session (upload or download) can be active at a time.

  • Page 82: System Reset

    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Utilities System Reset The system must be manually reset after downloading new software. When the unit has successfully loaded and programmed the new software into its FLASH memory, it uploads the code to the standby controller that is indicated on the menu.

  • Page 83: Save Configuration And Alarm Log, Figure 3-15.indication Of A Saved Configuration And Alarm Log

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configuration, Section 3 Save Configuration and Alarm Log SAVE CONFIGURATION AND ALARM LOG The Save Configuration option writes the current configuration and alarm log changes to nonvolatile memory. If this option is not selected after making changes to the configuration and the Auto Save feature is disabled, the system reverts to its previous configuration when power cycled.

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    Section 3, Configuration MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Save Configuration and Alarm Log 3-44 61204659L1-1A...

  • Page 85: Figure 4-1. Status Menu, Status

    4, S ECTION TATUS Section 4 Status View MX2800 STS-1 status information by selecting Status from the Main Menu. The Status screen is illustrated in Figure 4-1. The Status screen provides information in the following areas: • STS-1 State on page 4-2 •...

  • Page 86: Sts-1 State, Card A/card B Alarms, Table 4-1. Sts-1 Card A/card B

    The unit is currently receiving an alarm indication. In Test The unit is currently in test mode. Card A/Card B Alarms These fields display the current alarm condition of the MX2800 STS-1. Possible conditions and their descriptions are provided in Table 4-2.

  • Page 87: Network Port Mapping

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Status, Section 4 STS-1 State Table 4-2. STS-1 Alarm Descriptions (Continued) Alarm Meaning Description SLM-P Path Signal The controller card is detecting a signal label mismatch. A received signal label is Level Mismatch mismatched if the received C2 byte does not indicate unequipped (0) or “VT structured payload”...

  • Page 88: Power Supply State, System State, Alarm, Table 4-3. Power Supply State, Table 4-4. System Alarms

    Section 4, Status MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Power Supply State POWER SUPPLY STATE These fields indicate which types of power supplies are installed (AC or DC) in Card A and Card B and provides their current state, as shown in Table 4-3.

  • Page 89: Card A/card B, Protection, Card Comm, Table 4-5. Card A/b State, Table 4-6. Protection States

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Status, Section 4 System State Card A/Card B These fields display the current state of the two controller cards. Possible states for the controller cards are listed in Table 4-5. Table 4-5. Card A/B State Condition...

  • Page 90: Vt/port State, Table 4-7. Vt/port State

    Section 4, Status MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT/Port State VT/PORT STATE This field displays the current alarm condition of the VTs/ports. Possible conditions are given in Table 4-7. Table 4-7. VT/Port State Alarm Meaning Description VT is unequipped and T1/E1 port is disabled.

  • Page 91: Timing Status, Clock Status, Current Source, Table 4-8. Clock Status, Table 4-9. Clock Source

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Status, Section 4 Timing Status TIMING STATUS The following entries describe the state of the STS-1 transmit timing subsystem. Information includes the following: • Status of the selected reference clock(s) • Availability and status of the external clock sources •...

  • Page 92: Pri Ext. Clock, Sec Ext. Clock, Acknowledge Alarms (aco), Table 4-10. Pri External Clock Alarms

    Section 4, Status MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Acknowledge Alarms (ACO) PRI Ext. Clock The PRI EXT Clock alarms indicate when a failure condition is encountered on the PRImary clock source (if configured). The possible values for this alarm are provided in Table 4-10.

  • Page 93: Statistics, Local Statistics, Figure 5-1. Statistics Menu

    5, S ECTION TATISTICS Section 5 Statistics To access the Statistics menu, select Statistics from the Main Menu. See Figure 5-1. Alarm information and performance parameters are available for both the near and far ends of the network. Information is also given for the individual VTs and T1/E1 lines.

  • Page 94: Navigation, Sts-1 Statistics, Figure 5-2. Navigation Aids, Figure 5-3. Local Sts-1 Statistics Menu

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual STS-1 Statistics Navigation The screen will provide a prompt indicating that more information is available than that shown on the current screen: • When a > or < symbol appears in an upper corner of the screen, use the left or right arrow keys on the keyboard to scroll left or right to view additional information.

  • Page 95: Alarm History, Figure 5-4. Local Sts-1 Current Alarm Count Screen

    5-5 Alarm History The MX2800 STS-1 keeps track of STS-1 alarms for both the near and far ends of the network. View alarm history information in one of the three time period selections, or view a cumulative alarm count. Informa- tion in these fields is for the given time period since the last reset.

  • Page 96: Table 5-1. Sts-1 Alarm Count Descriptions

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual STS-1 Statistics Table 5-1 describes the alarm counts provided in this history screen. Table 5-1. STS-1 Alarm Count Descriptions Condition Meaning Description Loss of Signal The unit has lost the network receive signal.

  • Page 97: Performance Parameters, Figure 5-6. Local Sts-1 Performance Parameters (current 15 Minutes)

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 STS-1 Statistics Performance Parameters View performance parameter information for the network in one of the three time period selections. Infor- mation in these fields is for the given time period since the last reset. When viewing the 24-hour history statistics screen, use the left and right arrow keys to scroll through all 96 15-minute intervals.

  • Page 98: Interval Starting At:, Severely Errored Framing Seconds (sefs), Section Coding Violations (scv)

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual STS-1 Statistics Figure 5-8. Local STS-1 Performance Parameters (24 Hour Totals) Interval starting at: This indicates the time that the 15-minute interval began. This field is displayed only in the 24-hour history screen which gives information for the previous 24 hours divided into 15-minute intervals (shown in Figure 5-7 on page 5).

  • Page 99: Line Errored Seconds (les), Path Errored Seconds (pes), Section Severely Errored Seconds (sses)

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 STS-1 Statistics Line Errored Seconds (LES) This indicates the number of seconds with one or more coding violations or one or more incoming defects (e.g., SEF, LOS, AIS, LOP) at the Line layer.

  • Page 100: Local Vt Statistics, Alarm History, Figure 5-9. Local Vt Statistics

    Figure 5-9. Local VT Statistics Alarm History The MX2800 STS-1 keeps track of VT alarms for both the near and far ends of the network. View alarm history information in one of the three time period selections, or view a cumulative alarm count. Informa- tion in these fields is for the given time period since the last reset.

  • Page 101: Figure 5-11.local Vt-lop Alarm Count Screen (24 Hour History), Table 5-2. Alarm Count Descriptions

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 Local VT Statistics Figure 5-11. Local VT-LOP Alarm Count Screen (24 Hour History) Table 5-2 describes the alarm counts shown on the VT Statistics screens. Table 5-2. Alarm Count Descriptions Condition Description The number of times the unit has failed to find a valid VT pointer.

  • Page 102: Figure 5-12.local Vt-cv Performance Parameters (current 15 Minutes), Performance Parameters, Table 5-3. Performance Count Descriptions

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Local VT Statistics Performance Parameters View performance parameter information for the network in one of the three time period selections. Infor- mation in these fields is for the given time period since the last reset. When viewing the 24-hour history statistics screen, use the left and right arrow keys to scroll through all 96 15-minute intervals.

  • Page 103: Loss Of Signal Alarms, Alarm History, Bipolar Violation Counts, Ais Loop Alarms, Ais Carrier Alarms

    Statistics, Section 5 Local Port Statistics LOCAL PORT STATISTICS The MX2800 STS-1 keeps track of Loss of Signal Alarms, Bipolar Violation Counts, AIS Loop Alarms, and AIS Carrier Alarms for each of the Ports (T1s/E1s) (see Figure 5-13). View this information in one of the three time period selections, or view a cumulative alarm count.

  • Page 104: Errored Seconds (es), Performance Parameters, Severely Errored Seconds (ses), Severely Errored Framing Seconds (sefs)

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Local Port Statistics Performance Parameters Errored Seconds (ES) This parameter is a count of one-second intervals with one or more BPVs, or one of more excessive zeroes (EXZs), or one or more LOS defects. For a B8ZS-coded signal, BPVs that are part of the zero-substitution code are excluded.

  • Page 105: Protection Switch Statistics, Performance Parameters, Alarm Log, Figure 5-14.protection Switch Statistics Menu

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 Protection Switch Statistics PROTECTION SWITCH STATISTICS This menu provides statistics regarding protection switches. The number of protection switches that occur within the particular time period will be listed. (See Figure 5-14) Figure 5-14. Protection Switch Statistics Menu...

  • Page 106: Far End Sts-1 Statistics, Figure 5-15.alarm Log, Figure 5-16.far End Sts-1 Statistics Menu

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Far End STS-1 Statistics Figure 5-15. Alarm Log FAR END STS-1 STATISTICS Figure 5-16 illustrates the screen from which far-end performance monitoring statistics can be gathered. Figure 5-16. Far End STS-1 Statistics Menu...

  • Page 107: Figure 5-17.far End Sts-1 Performance Parameters (current 15 Minutes), Performance Parameters

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 Far End STS-1 Statistics Performance Parameters View performance parameter information for the network in one of the three time period selections. Infor- mation in these fields is for the given time period since the last reset. When viewing the 24-hour history statistics screen, use the left and right arrow keys to scroll through all 96 15-minute intervals.

  • Page 108: Severely Errored Framing Seconds (sefs), Interval Starting At:, Section Coding Violations (scv)

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Far End STS-1 Statistics Figure 5-19. Far End STS-1 Performance Parameters (24 Hour Totals) Interval starting at: This indicates the time that the 15-minute interval began. This field is displayed only in the 24-hour history...

  • Page 109: Path Errored Seconds (pes), Line Errored Seconds (les), Section Severely Errored Seconds (sses)

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Statistics, Section 5 Far End STS-1 Statistics Line Errored Seconds (LES) This indicates the number of seconds with one or more coding violations or one or more incoming defects (e.g., SEF, LOS, AIS, LOP) at the Line layer.

  • Page 110: Vt Statistics - Far End, Figure 5-20.far End Vt Statistics

    Section 5, Statistics MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT Statistics - Far End VT STATISTICS - FAR END This menu provides submenus for alarm history and performance parameters of the far end module (see Figure 5-20). Figure 5-20. Far End VT Statistics...

  • Page 111: Loopbacks, Vt/port Loopbacks, Figure 6-1. Loopback Menu

    Loopbacks The Loopback menu shown in Figure 6-1 allows initiating loopback tests from the MX2800 STS-1. From this menu, select VT/Port or STS-1. Once this selection is made, a second menu displays the types of tests available. The VT/Port menu allows selection of any port from 1 to 28. The STS-1 menu loops the STS-1 path. The...

  • Page 112: Vt/port Loopback Menu Options, Data Mode, Figure 6-2. Vt/port Loopback Menu

    Section 6, Loopbacks MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT/Port Loopbacks Figure 6-2. VT/Port Loopback Menu VT/Port Loopback Menu Options From the VT/Port Loopback menu, various loopbacks can be activated. The loopback menu options include the following: • Data Mode on page 6-2 •...

  • Page 113: Tributary, Analog Network, Figure 6-3. Tributary Loopback Test, Figure 6-4. Analog Network Loopback

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Loopbacks, Section 6 VT/Port Loopbacks Tributary A Tributary loopback loops the selected VT/Port back to the network (STS-1). The T1/E1 is looped back through the STS-1 mapper. During this loopback, the corresponding DSX-1/E1 input is overwritten by the outgoing DSX-1/E1 signal.

  • Page 114: Digital Line/net, Codec Line/net, Figure 6-5. Digital Line/network Loopback, Figure 6-6. Codec Loopback

    Section 6, Loopbacks MX2800 STS-1 User Manual VT/Port Loopbacks Digital Line/Net A Digital Line/Net loopback (Figure 6-5) performs a loopback of the selected T1/E1 in both the network and local loop directions. Both loopbacks occur at the T1/E1 LIU. The network side loopback occurs deep into the LIU through the receiver, receive equalizer, transmit jitter attenuator, and finally, through the T1/E1 transmit drivers.

  • Page 115: Csu Loopback, Csu Loopback W/bert, Figure 6-7. Loopback Menu With Bert Selected

    Selecting any other option will result in an error message. CSU Loopback w/BERT A CSU Loopback w/BERT enables the MX2800 STS-1 to test the local T1 loop to the CSU using the standard QRSS pseudo-random bit sequence. When CSU Loopback w/BERT is selected, the MX2800 STS-1 will initiate a CSU loopback pattern toward the CSU attached to the selected T1 line similar to the CSU Loopback test above.

  • Page 116: Figure 6-8. Vt Bert Test

    A VT BERT test (Figure 6-8) enables the MX2800 STS-1 to perform a “head-to-head” BERT test toward the STS-1 network. The VT BERT test replaces all incoming T1/E1 traffic for the T1/E1 mapped to the selected VT with an unframed QRSS pattern toward the network. When VT BERT is selected, additional menu items display to show the state of pattern synchronization, cumulative error count, and a clear error count option.

  • Page 117: Line Bert, Figure 6-9. Line Bert Test

    A Line BERT (Figure 6-9) enables the MX2800 STS-1 to perform a “head-to-head” BERT test toward the T1/E1 line mapped to the VT selected. Selecting Line BERT will replace all outgoing T1/E1 traffic for the T1/E1 mapped to the selected VT with an unframed QRSS pattern. When Line BERT is selected, additional menu items will appear to show the state of pattern synchronization, cumulative error count, and a clear error count option.

  • Page 118: Sts-1 Loopbacks, Sts-1 Loopback Menu Options, Data Mode, Figure 6-10.sts-1 Loopback Menu

    Section 6, Loopbacks MX2800 STS-1 User Manual STS-1 Loopbacks STS-1 LOOPBACKS An STS-1 loopback option provides a series of tests on the STS-1 path. The STS-1 Loopback option, from the Loopback menu, displays the screen illustrated in Figure 6-10. The sections following the figure provide descriptions and diagrams of the testing options.

  • Page 119: Line Loopback, Analog Loopback, Figure 6-11.sts-1 Line Loopback, Figure 6-12.sts-1 Analog Loopback

    NOTE If a Line Loopback is active when the MX2800 STS-1 is operating in the Free-Run timing mode, the timing source for the STS-1 is effectively removed from the circuit. Therefore, it is up to the test equipment or network to provide STS-1 timing into the circuit for the duration of the test.

  • Page 120: Digital Loopback, Metallic Loopback, Figure 6-13.digital Loopback, Figure 6-14.metallic Loopback Test

    Section 6, Loopbacks MX2800 STS-1 User Manual STS-1 Loopbacks Digital Loopback A Digital Loopback (Figure 6-13) loops the entire STS-1 back to the local loop side. This tests all VT/Ports after passing through the STS-1 mapper and partially through the LIU. The incoming STS-1 data is ignored and the outgoing STS-1 stream is substituted in its place just prior to entering the STS-1 encoder block of the LIU.

  • Page 121: Circuit And Network Redundancy, Table 7-1. Protection Modes

    ECTION IRCUIT EDUNDANCY Section 7 Circuit and Network Redundancy The MX2800 STS-1 provides backup measures of protection for both circuit and network failure. The following sections describe the three possible modes of operation: • Non-Redundant Mode on page 7-2 •...

  • Page 122: Non-redundant Mode, Figure 7-1. Non-redundant Mode

    Non-Redundant Mode NON-REDUNDANT MODE In Non-Redundant Mode, the MX2800 STS-1 chassis houses only one controller card, and only one network connection is available. Protection in the event of network failure is not provided. In the event of a failure, an alarm is initiated and condition is indicated by the front panel LEDs.

  • Page 123: Circuit Failure Recovery Mode, Figure 7-2. Circuit Failure Recovery Mode

    7-2), two controller cards are installed for a single STS-1 line. In this mode, the MX2800 STS-1 can continue operating in the event of a controller card failure. When both cards are fully functional, the primary card actively processes data while the secondary card remains in standby.

  • Page 124: Circuit And Network Failure Recovery Mode, Figure 7-3. Circuit And Network Failure Recovery Mode

    For example, in Figure 7-3, failed NET A is connected to healthy Card A; and healthy NET B is connected to failed Card B. In such an instance, the MX2800 STS-1 automatically re-routes NET B to Card A. NOTE...

  • Page 125: Power Loss Recovery, Non-redundant Power Mode, Figure 8-1. Non-redundant Power Mode

    ECTION OWER ECOVERY Section 8 Power Loss Recovery The MX2800 STS-1 provides backup measures of protection for both power supply and power source failures. The following sections describe the possible modes of operation: • Non-Redundant Power Mode on page 8-1 •...

  • Page 126: Power Supply Recovery Mode, Figure 8-2. Power Supply Failure Recovery Mode

    8-2), two power supply cards are installed and connected to a single power source. In this mode, the MX2800 STS-1 can continue to operate during a power supply failure without service interruption. The power supplies are load sharing, so either power supply can provide power for the entire unit.

  • Page 127: Power Supply And Source Recovery Mode, Figure 8-3. Power Supply And Source Failure Recovery Mode

    MX2800 STS-1 handles any combination of a single power source failure or single power supply failure. Much like the backup design for the controller cards, the MX2800 STS-1 is capable of internally re-routing the power source if a power supply card and the opposite power source fail. For example, in the illustration...

  • Page 128: Battery Backup Mode, Figure 8-4. Battery Backup System

    With the installation of the ADTRAN Power Supply/Battery Charger (PS/BC) and backup battery pack, the MX2800 STS-1 can continue operation without service interruption during a power outage. This PS/BC (P/N 4175043Lx) provides –48 VDC to the MX2800 STS-1. It receives 115 VAC through a standard plug and wall socket. See Figure 8-4.

  • Page 129: Transaction Language 1 (tl1), Introduction, Overview

    9, T ECTION RANSACTION ANGUAGE Section 9 Transaction Language 1 (TL1) INTRODUCTION Transaction Language 1 (TL1) is a BELLCORE standard used in the input and output messages that pass between Operations Systems (OS) and Network Elements (NE) in telecommunication networks. It was developed to standardize equipment surveillance and memory administration, and to test with a common format.

  • Page 130: Table 9-1. Tl1 Account Privileges

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Overview Table 9-1. TL1 Account Privileges TL1 Command Guest Interface Test Admin ACT-USER ALW-MSG-rr CANC-USER DLT-USER-SECU ED-USER-SECU ED-rr (related to loopbacks) ED-rr (configuring alarm relays) ED-rr (all remaining) ENT-USER-SECU INH-MSG-rr...

  • Page 131: Tl1 Messages, Tl1 Responses, Acknowledgment Messages, In Progress, All Right

    The general format for a TL1 command is as follows: <verb>[-<mod1>[-<mod2>]]:<tid>:<aid>:<ctag>:<general block>:<keyword block>: <state block>; Refer to TL1 Commands on page 9-5 for a list of TL1 commands supported by the MX2800 STS-1. TL1 Responses There are three types of TL1 responses: • Acknowledgment messages • Output Response messages •...

  • Page 132: Output Response Messages, Autonomous Messages

    ^^^<tid>^<yr>-<mo>-<day>^<hr>:<min>:<sec><cr><lf> M^^<ctag>^<completion code><cr><lf> ^^^<errcode><cr><lf>; For the MX2800 STS-1, the Completion Code field will contain one of the following values: • COMPLD - Successful execution of the received command • DENY - Denial of the received command When the received command is denied, the line in the message following the...

  • Page 133: Tl1 Commands

    9-3, the general format for a TL1 command is: <verb>[-<mod1>[-<mod2>]]:<tid>:<aid>:<ctag>:<general block>:<keyword block>: <state block>; Areas of concentration for TL1 support in the MX2800 STS-1 include session initiation, termination, user account management, and system event reporting. Table 9-2 lists the commands currently supported by the MX2800 STS-1.

  • Page 134: Table 9-2. Tl1 Commands

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Commands Table 9-2. TL1 Commands ACT-USER::<username>:<ctag>::<password>; Description Initiates a TL1 session TID* Target ID Username (must be present in TL1 user table) CTAG* Transaction Number (integer) PARAM1 Password for associated username ALW-MSG-{EQPT|rr|ALL}:<tid>::<ctag>;...

  • Page 135

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Commands Table 9-2. TL1 Commands (Continued) PARAM4 User’s new privileges: 0 ...disabled 1 ...guest 2 ...interface 4 ...test 8 ...admin ENT-USER-SECU::<username>:::<password>,,<privileges>; Description Adds the requested user to the TL1 user table...

  • Page 136

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Commands Table 9-2. TL1 Commands (Continued) RTRV-HDR; Description Replies with a normal “COMPLD” response TID* Target ID CTAG* Transaction Number (integer) RTRV-USER-SECU; Description Retrieves the current list of users from the TL1 users table...

  • Page 137

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Commands Table 9-2. TL1 Commands (Continued) AID* Identifies the component to which the desired alarm pertains. Identifiers are depen- dent on the entity specified in “MOD2” as follows: for T1: 101..

  • Page 138

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Commands Table 9-2. TL1 Commands (Continued) AID* Identifies the component to which the desired alarm pertains. Identifiers are depen- dent on the entity specified in “MOD2” as follows: for T1: 101..

  • Page 139: Tl1 Autonomous Messages, Table 9-3. Mx2800 Sts-1 Alarm Events

    NOTE The default setting for autonomous Message reporting is OFF. indicates an alarm event. Table 9-3 lists possible autonomous messages for alarm events. REPT-ALM Table 9-3. MX2800 STS-1 Alarm Events Notification Condition Service Location Description Code...

  • Page 140

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Autonomous Messages Table 9-3. MX2800 STS-1 Alarm Events (Continued) Notification Condition Service Location Description Code Type Affecting REPT NEND STS-1 In-test 302 (Ctrl A) NEND STS-1 Loss of Signal...

  • Page 141

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Autonomous Messages Table 9-3. MX2800 STS-1 Alarm Events (Continued) Notification Condition Service Location Description Code Type Affecting REPT CTNEQPT NEND Controller Communica- (General) tion Failure EQPT 402 (Ctrl A)

  • Page 142: Table 9-4. Mx2800 Sts-1 Informational Events

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Autonomous Messages indicates an informational event. Table 9-4 lists possible autonomous messages for informa- REPT-EVT tional events. Table 9-4. MX2800 STS-1 Informational Events Notification Condition Service Location Description Code Type...

  • Page 143: Tl1 Error Codes, Table 9-5. Tl1 Error Codes

    Loss of Activity Failure 503 (Ctrl B) TL1 ERROR CODES When the MX2800 STS-1 denies a received TL1 command, the Output Response message has an associ- ated 4-letter error code indicating the reason for denial. Table 9-5 lists possible error codes.

  • Page 144: Tl1 Editing, Tl1 Editing Examples:

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes TL1 Editing TL1 editing commands allow the MX2800 to be provisioned through a TL1 session rather than through the menu system that is accessed using a VT100 terminal emulator. User account information must be provi- sioned through a console menu session or TL1 session prior to initiating a TL1 session.

  • Page 145: Data Dictionaries

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes NOTE <aid> and <ctag> are optional parameters. The placemarker : must remain in place. The default <aid> is All and the default <ctag> is 1. TL1 RTRV examples: RTRV-T1::109:4;...

  • Page 146: Sts-1 Data Dictionary, Table 9-6. Tl1 Editing Data Dictionary For Sts-1

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes STS-1 Data Dictionary Table 9-6 contains entries that are used to edit or retrieve options for the STS-1 portion of the MX2800. When performing TL1 edit commands from this table, the value of should be STS1, and the <aid>...

  • Page 147

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes Table 9-6. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for STS-1 (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description STS1LOFRLY Y or [N] Provisions alarm relay response for the STS-1 LOF alarm • Yes (Y) - enables alarm relay response •...

  • Page 148

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes Table 9-6. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for STS-1 (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description STS1CFGSEC ENUM One of the following: Provision secondary clock reference (Disabled EXTCLK or External B) •...

  • Page 149: Vt1 Data Dictionary, Table 9-7. Tl1 Editing Data Dictionary For Vt1

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes VT1 Data Dictionary Table 9-7 contains entries that are used to edit or retrieve options for the VT1 portion of the MX2800. When performing TL1 edit commands from this table, the value of should be VT1 and the <aid>...

  • Page 150

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes Table 9-7. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for VT1 (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description VTAISRLY Y or [N] Provisions alarm relay response for the VT AIS alarm • Yes (Y) - enables alarm relay response •...

  • Page 151

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes Table 9-7. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for VT1 (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description VTSLMRLY Y or [N] Provisions alarm relay response for the VT SLM alarm • Yes (Y) - enables alarm relay response •...

  • Page 152: T1 Data Dictionary, Table 9-8. Tl1 Editing Data Dictionary For T1

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes T1 Data Dictionary Table 9-8 contains entries that are used to edit or retrieve options for the T1 portion of the MX2800. When performing TL1 edit commands from this table, the value of should be T1, and the <aid>...

  • Page 153

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes Table 9-8. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for T1 (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description DSXXCVRLY Y or [N] Provisions alarm relay response for the DSX XCV alarm • Yes (Y) - enables alarm relay response •...

  • Page 154: Eqpt Data Dictionary, Table 9-9. Tl1 Editing Data Dictionary For Eqpt

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes EQPT Data Dictionary Table 9-9 contains entries that are used to edit or retrieve options for the equipment portion of the MX2800. When performing TL1 edit commands from this table, the value of rr should be EQPT, and the <aid>...

  • Page 155

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes Table 9-9. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for EQPT (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description DIAGLPBKTIMEOUT ENUM One of the following: Identifies the amount of time before a Diagnostic Loopback will time out •...

  • Page 156

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes Table 9-9. TL1 Editing Data Dictionary for EQPT (Continued) Keyword Type Domain Description PSTEMPCRITRLY Y or [N] Provisions alarm relay response for the Power Supply Temperature Critical alarm •...

  • Page 157: Tl1 Loopback Commands, Table 9-10. Sts-1 Tl1 Loopback Commands

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Transaction Language 1 (TL1), Section 9 TL1 Error Codes TL1 Loopback Commands The OPR-LPBK and RLS-LPBK commands are provided as an alternative to ED commands to perform loopbacks through TL1. The general format for these commands is as follows: OPR-LPBK-{VT1|STS1}:<tid>:<aid>:<ctag>::<locn>,,,<lpbktype>;...

  • Page 158: Table 9-11. Ds1 Tl1 Loopback Commands

    Section 9, Transaction Language 1 (TL1) MX2800 STS-1 User Manual TL1 Error Codes Table 9-11 describes each of the DS1 loopbacks that can be initiated or released with DS1 TL1 loopback commands. Table 9-11. DS1 TL1 Loopback Commands Verb MOD2 <locn>...

  • Page 159: Acceptance Test Procedure, Introduction, Verify Installed Options, Table A-12. Mx2800 Sts-1 Card Inventory

    This appendix describes the procedures to be used in performing acceptance testing of the Total Access MX2800 STS-1 Multiplexer. It is assumed that the MX2800 has already been installed, powered-up, and cabled to the DSX-1 and STS-1 cross connects, according to the specifications described in the MX2800 User Manual and local operating company practices.

  • Page 160: Configure The Unit For Test, Access The Craft Port, Provision The Sts-1

    2-8 for more details. Provision the STS-1 To put the MX2800 STS-1 in operation, both the STS-1 and DS1 ports must be properly provisioned. The next subsections provide guidance in provisioning of the STS-1 and then the DS1 ports. •...

  • Page 161: Sts-1 Configuration, Protection Configuration, Miscellaneous, Provision The Ds1 Ports

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Acceptance Test Procedure, Appendix A Configure the Unit for Test STS-1 Configuration • Line Length = (Use Short if distance to STS-1 cross connect is less than 225 feet or Long if 225-450 feet) • Timing = Free-Run for internal option or set to External Nonrevertive or External Revertive if using...

  • Page 162: Configure Alarm Relays

    Appendix A, Acceptance Test Procedure MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Configure the Unit for Test 8. Press to return to the Configure VT Interface screen 9. Select #32 – XCV Threshold, and set to Disabled 10. Press to return to the main Configuration Menu Configure Alarm Relays Numerous alarm configuration options are available on the MX2800.

  • Page 163: Verify Data Throughput, Ds1 Daisy-chain To Sts-1 (hard) Loopback (method #1)

    VERIFY DATA THROUGHPUT With essential provisioning entered into the MX2800 STS-1, proceed with the actual acceptance testing of the unit. The first test is to verify that the MX2800 STS-1 will pass traffic between the DS1 port(s) and the STS-1 port.

  • Page 164: Ds1 To Sts-1 "head To Head" Test (method #2)

    Appendix A, Acceptance Test Procedure MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Verify Data Throughput DS1 to STS-1 “Head to Head” Test (Method #2) This test tests one DS1 channel at a time, using a DS1 test set at the DSX-1 cross-connect, and an STS-1 test set at the STS-1 cross connect.

  • Page 165: Verify Alarms, Critical Alarm Relay Test, Non-critical Alarm Relay Test

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Acceptance Test Procedure, Appendix A Verify Alarms VERIFY ALARMS The MX2800 has two sets of alarm relay contacts available for connection to external alarm systems. They are located on the back panel, and are designated as CRITICAL and NON-CRITICAL (the Critical/Major/ Minor, and Audible/Visual nomenclature is not used on the MX2800 product).

  • Page 166: Verify System Redundancy, Power Supply Redundancy, Dual Power Feed, Single Power Supply Card

    Appendix A, Acceptance Test Procedure MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Verify System Redundancy VERIFY SYSTEM REDUNDANCY This section will address the redundancy features of the MX2800. The MX2800 supports redundancy of both the power supply and controller cards. The information gathered in...

  • Page 167: Controller Card Redundancy, Restore Default Settings

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Acceptance Test Procedure, Appendix A Restore Default Settings 7. Remove the “B” power supply card (the one on the right). This should have no effect on the operation of the shelf, as the MX2800 is now operating on the “A” power supply.

  • Page 168: Turn Up Unit For Customer Traffic, Checklist/sign-off

    Appendix A, Acceptance Test Procedure MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Turn Up Unit for Customer Traffic TURN UP UNIT FOR CUSTOMER TRAFFIC When these acceptance tests are completed successfully, and the default settings are restored, the MX2800 is considered ready for customer traffic. Refer to...

  • Page 169: Pinouts, Table B-1. Craft Port Pin Assignments

    B, P PPENDIX INOUTS Appendix B Pinouts The following tables give the pin assignments for the connectors located on the MX2800 STS-1. For more information on these connectors, Refer to Section 2, Installation and Operation. Table B-1. Craft Port Pin Assignments...

  • Page 170

    Appendix B, Pinouts MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Table B-2. LAN Port Pin Assignments Name Description The positive signal for the TD differential pair. This signal contains the serial out- put data stream transmitted onto the network. TD– The negative signal for the TD differential pair (pins 1 and 2).

  • Page 171: Table B-4. Amphenol Pin Assignments

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Pinouts, Appendix B Table B-4. Amphenol Pin Assignments Function RING 1 TIP 1 RING 2 TIP 2 RING 3 TIP 3 RING 4 TIP 4 RING 5 TIP 5 RING 6 TIP 6 RING 7 TIP 7...

  • Page 172

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  • Page 173: Specifications Summary, Specifications And Features, Sts-1 Network Interface, Dsx-1 Interface(s), Clocking, Loopbacks, Sts-1 Network

    UMMARY Appendix C Specifications Summary SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES This section describes the standard specifications and features incorporated in the MX2800 STS-1. STS-1 Network Interface SONET STS-1 Asynchronously mapped VT1.5 or V2 Tributaries Line length: short (0-225) and long (225-450) feet to cross connect Line rate: 51.84 Mbps...

  • Page 174: Management, Vt-100 Terminal Interface, Integrated Modem Interface (4200290l1, L2, L3, And L4), Snmp/telnet, Alarms

    Dial out “cry for help” SNMP/Telnet Integrated 10Base-T ethernet MIB II (RFC 1213), RFC 1215 and RFC 1595 compliant ADTRAN Enterprise MIB for extended monitoring and control/configuration Alarms External alarm contacts for critical and noncritical alarms Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC) pinout...

  • Page 175: Acronyms/abbreviations

    D, A PPENDIX CRONYMS BBREVIATIONS Appendix D Acronyms/Abbreviations ACO ......alarm cut off ACT......active AIS........ alarm indication signal ALM ......alarm AMI ......alternate mark inversion Amp......amphenol ANSI......American National Standards Institute async......asynchronous BERT......bit error rate test bps ........

  • Page 176

    Appendix D, Acronyms/Abbreviations MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Letter D dB ......... decibel DBU......dial backup DCD......data carrier detect DCE......data communications equipment DDS ......digital data service DLCI ......data link connection identifier DS1 ....... digital signal level one DS3 .......

  • Page 177

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Acronyms/Abbreviations, Appendix D Letter L LAIS ......loop side alarm indication signal LAN......local area network LCV......line coding violation LED ......light emitting diode LES....... line errored seconds LIU ....... line interface unit LL ......... local loopback LOF ......

  • Page 178

    Appendix D, Acronyms/Abbreviations MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Letter R PSTN ......public switched telephone network PVC ......permanent virtual circuit RD......... receive data RDL......remote digital loopback RL......... remote loopback RMA......return material authorization RS ......... request to send RTS....... request to send Rx .........

  • Page 179: Glossary

    E, G PPENDIX LOSSARY PPENDIX Glossary 10Base-T Ethernet connector which implements the IEEE standard on 24-gauge, unshielded twisted pair wiring. Alternate mark inversion. A bipolar line-coding format in T1 transmission systems whereby successive ones are alternately inverted. ANSI American National Standards Institute. A non-profit organization that coordinates voluntary standards activities in the United States.

  • Page 180

    (PBXs), data terminals, and customer-owned coin-operated telephones. craft port The electrical interface between the MX2800 STS-1 and the control terminal. The control terminal is used to communicate commands to the unit. 61204659L1-1A...

  • Page 181

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Glossary, Appendix E Glossary Letter D Channel service unit. A device used to connect a digital phone line coming in from the phone company to either a multiplexer, channel bank, or directly to another device producing a digital signal; for example, a digital PBX, a PC, or data communications device.

  • Page 182

    Appendix E, Glossary MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Glossary Letter E Data terminal equipment. The end-user terminal or computer that plugs into the termination point (DCE) of a communications circuit. The main difference between the DCE and the DTE is that pins two and three are reversed.

  • Page 183

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Glossary, Appendix E Glossary Letter L Local area network. A privately owned network that offers high-speed communi- cations channels to connect information processing equipment in a limited geographic area. local loopback (LL) A type of test used to verify the operation of the local terminal equipment, the CSU, and the connection between the two.

  • Page 184

    A feature designed into ADTRAN products that allows remote units to be config- ured from a local unit or a VT 100 compatible terminal. router A device that supports communications between networks. Routers are similar to...

  • Page 185

    VT-100 A non-intelligent terminal or terminal emulation mode used for asynchronous communications. Used to configure the MX2800 STS-1. Wide area network. A communications network serving geographically separate areas. A WAN typically extends a LAN outside the building to link to other LANs over telephone lines.

  • Page 186

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  • Page 187: Warranty, Warranty And Customer Service, Adtran Sales, Adtran Technical Support, Adtran Repair/caps

    Warranty WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within the warranty period if it does not meet its published specifications or fails while in service. Warranty information can be found at www.adtran.com/warranty. Refer to the following subsections for sales, support, Customer and Product Service (CAPS) requests, or further information.

  • Page 188

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  • Page 189: Index

    NDEX Index Acknowledge Alarms (ACO) menu 4-8 backup protection 8-1 acknowledgment messages battery backup mode 8-4 All Right non-redundant power mode 8-1 In Progress 9-3 power supply and source recovery mode 8-3 ACO buttons 2-13 power supply recovery mode 8-2 ACT LED, active cards 2-14 backup STS-1, routing information to 3-7 ACT LED, standby cards 2-15...

  • Page 190

    Index MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Charger Fail gateway node, connection 3-17 power supply alarm 3-25 3-35 Power Supply State 4-4 Hangup menu 3-19 CHK LED 2-13 Host Facility menu 3-36 circuit failure protection 7-1 Host IP Address menu 3-36 circuit protection mode 4-5...

  • Page 191

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Index loopback network failure protection 7-1 Network Interface menus 3-5 CSU with BERT 6-5 network interface, configuring 3-5 STS-1 network manager, SNMP 1-5 T1/E1 Network Protection menu 3-7 Loopback menu Network, Protection mode 4-5 Analog Loopback 6-9...

  • Page 192

    Index MX2800 STS-1 User Manual power loss recovery 8-1 protection mode 4-5 battery backup mode 8-4 Circuit non-redundant power mode 8-1 circuit failure recovery 7-3 power supply and source recovery mode 8-3 Network power supply recovery mode 8-2 network failure recovery 7-4...

  • Page 193

    MX2800 STS-1 User Manual Index Status menu 4-1 Temperature High, Power Supply Alarm 3-35 Acknowledge Alarms (ACO) 4-8 Temperature High, Power Supply Alarm Traps 3-25 Alarm (System State) 4-4 terminal connection, establishing 2-9 Card A/Card B 4-5 TFTP updates 3-40...

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