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Introduction to DNT2Mi Figure 1. Nokia DNT2Mi is a single- or multiport (sp/mp) data access network terminal intended for customer premises. It provides a two-wire or four-wire SHDSL line interface (ITU-T G.991.2) and up to three interchangeable DTE interface units.
DNT2Mi can be fed either with AC 90 to 264 V, DC -20 to -75 V, or remotely via ACL2i through the line. Management DNT2Mi can be managed locally with the front panel keys, Nokia’s hand-held Service Terminal, or with a Microsoft Windows-based Macro Service Terminal Emulator (MSTE) program running on a PC. For more information about supported Windows operating systems, refer to the Macro Service Terminal Emulator User's Manual.
The DNT2Mi Data Network Terminal can be used for Local Area Network (LAN) and Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) connections (see Figure 2). The device can be controlled, configured, and tested either by using the front panel keys and the LCD display or via Nokia’s common network management system. PABX Figure 2.
The local management interface is located behind the front panel door (see Figure 5). The interface is used to manage DNT2Mi with Macro Service Terminal Emulator (MSTE) running on a PC or with other Nokia management software. If signal 108 (DTR) is on, connecting the Service Terminal Emulator will disconnect DNT2Mi from the remote network management.
• Macro Service Terminal Emulator running on a PC (using Q1). Other Nokia management products, such as Nokia NMS, can be used for the same purpose. Menu structure for the front panel menus is shown in Chapter 8. Menu structure for Q1 management is shown in Chapter 9.
There are some adapter settings that are done by changing the jumper settings on the actual adapter. For more information, refer to document DTE Interface Units for Nokia Data Network Terminals Operating Instructions. Port alarms (Q1: 6,4, port#,5) Check that the Q1 alarm visibility is set correctly, that is, enabled or disabled. If Q1 alarms are disabled, port alarms are not visible in the NMS system.
DYNANET Nokia’s family of primary rate equipment and their tributaries used in access networks. The family includes a wide range of products: primary multiplex equipment, branching and cross-connect equipment, line equipment for copper cables and optical fibres, HDSL line terminals, and integrated multiplex and line equipment.