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UTA220/UTA220k Terminal Adapter
Motorola ING, Inc.
20 Cabot Blvd
Mansfield, MA 02048-1193

User Guide

Part No. T0123 A
August 1998
© 1998 Motorola

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    UTA220/UTA220k Terminal Adapter Motorola ING, Inc. 20 Cabot Blvd Mansfield, MA 02048-1193 User Guide Part No. T0123 A August 1998 © 1998 Motorola...
  • Page 2 Motorola to its registered customers as verified by the completion and return of the registration form to Motorola. STATEMENT OF APPLICATION This manual is written for users of the Motorola UTA220/UTA220k terminal adapter. Please read the appropriate chapters before installing, changing any option, or operating the unit.
  • Page 3 FCC REQUIREMENTS This equipment uses, generates, and can radiate radio frequency energy interfering with radio communications if not installed and used according to the instruction manual. It has been tested and complies with the limits for a Class A computing device according to FCC Rules, Part 15.
  • Page 4 Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. For their own protection users should ensure that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together.
  • Page 5 Preface PREFACE AND STATEMENT OF APPLICATION This manual is written for users of the UDS UTA220/UTA220k terminal adapter. Please read the appropriate chapters before installing, changing any option, or operating the unit.
  • Page 6 Preface...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Motorola Information Systems Group Customer Information Chapter 1. Introduction FEATURES ... Compatibility ... Other Features ... OPERATION ... PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION ... LED Description ... FUNCTIONAL ... Chapter 2. Installation RECEIPT INSPECTION ... SITE PREPARATION ... INSTALLATION ... Power Connection ... ISDN Connection ...
  • Page 8 Contents (continued) Chapter 5. LCD Operation LCD MENUS ... Main Menus ... Submenus ... LCD OPERATION ... Menu Traversal... Chapter 6. V.25 bis Dialer Operation SELECTING V.25bis ... OPERATION IN V.25 bis MODE... V.25 bis MESSAGE FRAMES ... DTE INTERFACE PINS ... DTR Pin Operation...
  • Page 9 Chapter 8. AT Command Operation (Continued) BACKSPACE KEY ... REPEATING A COMMAND: A/ ... NUMBERED COMMANDS ... GROUP COMMANDS ... COMMAND SCOPE ... Supervisor Command Mode ... Chapter 9. Rate Adaption RATE ADAPTION ... T-LINK... Flow Control and Pin Options ... T-Link Options ...
  • Page 10 Contents (continued) Chapter 12. D-Channel X.25 (Continued) Issuing PAD Commands ... Status: STAT ... Clear: CLR ... RESET ... Interrupt: INT ... SET ... Read: PAR? ... Set and Read: SET? ... Remote Read: RPAR? ... Remote Set and Read: RSET? ... Profile Read/Save: PROF ...
  • Page 11 Chapter 13. Softload TA SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE ... Software Sets ... Software Format ... TA Power-Up Sequence ... SOFTLOAD OPERATION ... Set/Display Softload Password: %P1 ... Request Softload Product Version Information: $Q ... Initiate Software Download: $Y=x ... Copy Active Flash: $Y2=x ... S59 SOFTLOAD ...
  • Page 12 Contents (continued) Appendix B. Factory Default Settings Appendix C. AT Command Set Appendix D. Interfaces ISDN INTERFACE ... INTERFACES ... EIA-366A Requirements ... DTE INTERFACE PIN DESCRIPTIONS ... Transmit Data ... Receive Data ... Request to Send ... Clear to Send ... Data Set Ready ...
  • Page 13: Chapter 1. Introduction

    Introduction U.S.A. customers who have questions about Motorola Information Systems Group (ISG) products or services should refer to the following sections. Non-U.S.A. customers should contact their local Motorola Information Systems Group subsidiary office or distributor. For a listing of our Sales and Service Offices, visit our Web site at: http://www.mot.com/MIMS/ISG/.
  • Page 14 To Order Additional If you would like to order additional copies of Motorola Information Systems Group Motorola ISG User user documentation, call (508) 261-5933. Documentation Motorola Information Systems Group Customer Information...
  • Page 15 Thank you for your help. Name _________________________________________________________________________ Company Name _________________________________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Document Title: UTA220/UTA220k User’s Guide Part Number: T0123, Rev A Please rate this document for usability: Excellent Good What did you like about the document? ______________________________________________...
  • Page 16 FOLD HERE DO NOT TEAR – FOLD HERE AND STAPLE BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 39783 MANSFIELD, MA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE Motorola University East M2-30 20 Cabot Boulevard Mansfield, Massachusetts 02048-1193 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES...
  • Page 17: Features

    The UTA220 includes the following features: Compatibility • Compatible with Northern Telecom DMS100 ISDN central office switches running software versions BCS-29 and above • Compatible with AT&T 5ESS ISDN central office switches running generic programs 5E4.2 or above for TYPE A terminals •...
  • Page 18: Operation

    25-pin D-type connectors for the DTE interface, an 8-pin ISDN U modular connector (U interface), the ON/OFF toggle switch, line fuse, and power control. The UTA220 can be ordered with a V.35 interface, in which case adapters should be connected to the 25-pin D-type connectors (Figure 1-3). UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 19 Figure 1-3. V.35 Adaptor If the UTA220 is ordered with the additional upper ports, then the rear panel will also contain two additional 25-pin D-type connectors above the two lower DTE interface connectors (Figure 1-4). Figure 1-4. Four Port Rear Panel Configuration UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 20: Led Description

    (2B+D). This interface provides two 64-kbps full-duplex bearer (B) channels for circuit switched lines. The Basic Rate Interface also provides a 16 kbps delta (D) channel for signaling messages. The UTA220 adapts any data terminal to the ISDN Basic Rate Interface for circuit-switched data. calls. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 21: Chapter 2. Installation

    Installation of the UTA220/UTA220k is simple and straight forward. Prior to installation, refer to Chapter 3 to either verify or change strap options. RECEIPT INSPECTION After unpacking the equipment, check the contents against the packing list. Inspect the equipment carefully for damage that may have occurred in shipment.
  • Page 22: Installation

    ISDN Connection To connect the UTA220 to the ISDN line, insert one end of the supplied cable into the UTA220 ISDN U jack. Insert the other end into the ISDN (RJ45) jack. Note: An NT1 device is not required. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 23: Dte Connection

    The DTE interface to the UTA220 is through an EIA-232 D/E 25-pin D-type connector. The UTA220 can also be configured for V.35 operation. It is also available with V.35 interfaces and with two additional ports for EIA-366 dialing, or EIA-232C operation. UTA220/UTA220k Installation...
  • Page 24 Installation UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 25: Chapter 3. Getting Started

    Figure 3-1. Assist by pushing the cover from the chassis with your fingers on the unit rear edges. Repeat this procedure with the remaining three latch slots. Getting Started UTA220/UTA220k Getting Started Chapter 3...
  • Page 26: Switch And Strap Settings

    Changes should be made only during setup. Signal Ground Signal ground is normally isolated from frame ground (factory). If interference exists, connect signal ground to frame ground by moving the strap. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 27: V.35/Eia-232 Interface

    To complete the selection of EIA-232 D/E, set the DIP switch as indicated in Table 3-1. The following sections describe how to change DIP switch settings. DIP Switch Settings for EIA232 D/E Operation Table 3-1: DIP Switch Position UTA220/UTA220k Getting Started...
  • Page 28: Interface Card Removal

    The port 1 V.35/EIA-232 interface card must be removed from the UTA220 to change the DIP switch settings. Note: Do not remove the port 2 interface card. The port 2 DIP switch can be accessed without removing the card. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 29: Dip Switch Options

    RI is found on pin J and LL is found on pin L. However, these can be transposed (Table 3-2). *default Table 3-2: V.35 Ring Indicate Local Loopback Pinouts DIP Switch Position OFF* UTA220/UTA220k Getting Started Pin Function & Location...
  • Page 30: Central Office Switch

    SETUP Caution: For proper operation of the UTA220, enter the following options exactly as given by the telephone company. Table 3-3: V.35 Transmit Clock Pinout Switch Position OFF* OFF* UTA220/UTA220k Pin Function & Location AA/2*...
  • Page 31: Getting Started

    (refer to Chapter 4, ISDN Switches section.) SWITCH VERSION Press NO. OPTION? D-CHANNEL Press YES. OPTIONS? UTA220/UTA220k Getting Started ACTION NTI DMS100 AT&T 5ESS Press YES until "NTI P r e s s Y E S u n t i l DMS100"...
  • Page 32 Continue to do this until the entire number has been keyed in. If the number is one digit long, enter the first digit, then press YES until the character "_" is displayed to the right of the digit. Press NO to enter the TEI number. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 33 Plug telephone cable into ISDN U jack on rear of unit, then press YES. LINK? Note: Some LCD screen displays require different actions depending on the telephone company’s switch type. Setup Step 3 Insert the ISDN line into the ISDN U jack located on the rear panel. UTA220/UTA220k Getting Started ACTION...
  • Page 34 Getting Started UTA220/UTA220k 3-10...
  • Page 35: Chapter 4. Isdn

    America called National ISDN. The first version of this standard, National ISDN One (NI-1), is being adopted by equipment manufacturers and network providers. When fully deployed, NI-1 will make understanding and configuring ISDN equipment easier and more efficient. UTA220/UTA220k ISDN Chapter 4 ISDN...
  • Page 36: Basic Rate Interface

    TA to interface with the ISDN. The data terminal devices (DTEs) are located in the left of the diagram. The TA is connected to the ISDN at the U interface. An NT1 device is not required; the NT1 function is built into the UTA220. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 37: Isdn Service

    Before using the TA, you must configure the unit for a switch type. The TA will operate with AT&T, Northern Telecom (NT), or any switch running National ISDN-1. Central Office (CO) switches can be loaded with different software versions.
  • Page 38 Note: If you are using BONDING with the secondary call port, the DN must be entered so that it can be provided to the remote Table 4-1: AT&T Switch Modes Default Mode Point-to-Point Multi-Point Multi-Point Multi-Point UTA220/UTA220k Custom Mode None Point-to-Point Point-to-Point Point-to-Point Point-to-Point and Multi-Point...
  • Page 39: Isdn Addresses And Identifiers

    The DN identifies incoming calls. On some switches (NTI and NI-1), the DN must also be configured into the TA; on other switches (AT&T), the DN is not required. Table 4-2: Northern Telecom Switch Modes Default Mode PVCIC=0 PVCIC=0...
  • Page 40: Isdn Channels

    There are several ways to use the B-channel to pass data. In the “clear channel” mode, data from the DTE goes directly onto the B-channel. However, to use this mode, your DTE must also operate synchronously at 56 or 64 kbps. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 41: B-Channel Data Protocols

    V.120, and Bonding. These protocols allow your DTE to operate both synchronously and asynchronously, and at a different speed than the B-channel. • TLink is a Northern Telecom proprietary rate adaption protocol. It supports synchronous and asynchronous rate adaption at a variety of speeds.
  • Page 42: Layer Two

    As a result, you must configure your TA for the particular switch type and version so that the TA can use the correct signaling protocol for that switch. The switch type and version are two of the most important network parameters in the TA. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 43: Chapter 5. Lcd Operation

    HOME. In general, pressing NO moves the display vertically down a column (Table 5-1) and pressing YES moves the display horizontally across the columns (one level deeper). LCD Operation UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation Chapter 5...
  • Page 44 V E R S I O N . x=5ESS MULTIPOINT, 5ESS CHANGE? PT TO PT, (if switch type=ATT) x=DMS100 PVC IC-0, DMS100 PVC IC-1 (if switch type = NT) HOME UTA220/UTA220k I S D N , A T & T 5 E S S...
  • Page 45 BER MOD=x. CHANGE? ENTER PASS- Enter password to gain access W O R D - - - - - - - to lock option screen. CHANGE? FRONT PANEL x= UNLOCKED, OPTIONS, L C K OPT/ACT CHANGE? SAVING HOME UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation...
  • Page 46 CODES OPT=x. x= OFF, ON CHANGE? P n : C O N N E C T n=current port M S G S x= BASIC, ALL, BUSY CHANGE? HOME UTA220/UTA220k S Y N C H R O N O U S...
  • Page 47 C T L = x . s = current session CHG? x= OFF, ON PnSsR13:LF INS n=current port A F T E R C R = x . s = current session CHG? x= 0 - 7 HOME UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation...
  • Page 48 A F T R L F = x . s = current session CHANGE? x= 000 - 255 PnSsR15: n=current port E D I T I N G = x . s = current session CHANGE? x= ENABLE, DISABLE HOME UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 49 M U L T I P L R = a . a = 1,2 CHANGE? Pn:FLOW CON- PN:x.FLOW CTL. n=current port TROL CHANGE? x= NO, UNI CTS, BI RTS/CTS, OPTIONS? BI XON/XOFF Pn:RESET FLOW n=current port C T L x= EN, DIS CHANGE? HOME UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation...
  • Page 50 = current session CHANGE? x= Closed User Group Name P n S s : R E V E R S n=current port C H R G O P T = x s = current session CHANGE? x= DIS, EN HOME UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 51 D I S A B L E x= OFF, ON T O N E = CHANGE? P n: W AI T F O R n=current port C O N N = x= 0-255 CHANGE? HOME UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation...
  • Page 52 LOADING TORY PROF x. CHANGE? SAVING LOADING LOADING F R O M TEST COMPLETE HOME UTA220/UTA220k Description n=current port x= 0, 1 n=current port x= 0, 1 x= 0, 1 x= 0, 1 x= 0, 1 n=1 - 2 n=current port...
  • Page 53 PR O G R E S S, C O M P LE TE , FAILED The ISDN line is restarted using the save switch setting For numeric keypad: * TO END displays. For 3-button keypad: HOME TO END displays. HOME UTA220/UTA220k LCD Operation 5-11...
  • Page 54 = software revision c = checksum p = PASS or FAIL c = diagnostic code value to aid in field support. CLEARING Resets diagnostic code value to D I A G N O S T I C CODE HOME UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 55: Chapter 6. V.25 Bis Dialer Operation

    Async, BISYNC, and HDLC (bit-oriented). The UTA220 supports the HDLC and BISYNC modes. The ASCII (IA5) character set is used; the EBCDIC character set is not supported. V.25 bis Dialer Operation V.25 bis Dialer Operation UTA220/UTA220k Chapter 6...
  • Page 56: Dte Interface Pins

    DCD to be low until the connection is established. For those devices, the UTA220 can be configured to only raise DCD upon connection by setting the DCD pin option to NORMAL. The DCD pin option setting of ON is the default for CCITT V.25 bis operation. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 57: Cts Pin Operation

    Valid dial characters and modifiers are shown in Table 6-1. parenthesis, and period V.25 bis Dialer Operation Table 6-1: V.25 bis Dial Parameters Character Dial digits * and # Dial digits Space, dash, Clarity characters UTA220/UTA220k Function...
  • Page 58: Connect Incoming Calls: Cic

    The call connection sequence is then started. The DTE should not begin sending data until the call connection sequence is completed, which the UTA220 indicates by raising the DSR pin. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 59: Incoming Call Indication: Inc

    Call Failure, Call Aborted. CFICB Call Failure, Local DCE busy. CFIDT Call Failure, No Dial Tone. CFIET Call Failure, Busy. CFINT Call Failure, No Answer Tone. CFIRT Call Failure, Connect Time-out. Call Failure, Reason Unknown. V.25 bis Dialer Operation Function UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 60 V.25 bis Dialer Operation UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 61: Configuration

    Abandon Call and Retry (ACR) Call Request (CRQ) Present Next Digit (PND) Power Indication (PWI) Signal Ground Distant Station Connected (DSC) Digit Lead 1 (NB1) Digit Lead 2 (NB2) Digit Lead 3 (NB4) Digit Lead 4 (NB8) Data Line Occupied (DLO) UTA220/UTA220k Chapter 7...
  • Page 62: Interface Signal Definitions

    DSC remains on until CRQ is turned off. Digit Signal Circuits (NB1-NB8) The DTE presents binary data to the dialer for dialing or dialer control purposes. Table 7-2 shows the dial digit character set supported by the EIA-366A dialer. Table 7-2: Dial Digit Character Set Digit UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 63: Digit Present (Dpr)

    The EON digit signals that the end of the number has been received. When it is received, DSC is turned on. When configured for nail-up line, it is not necessary to wait for the connection before turning on DSC. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 64: Abandon Call And Retry (Acr)

    • The call can be terminated before the call is connected by turning CRQ off. • Once the call is completed, the call can be terminated by normal disconnect methods such as disconnect by the switch, the front panel, or DTR disconnect. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 65: Chapter 8. At Command Operation

    TA. AT commands can now be entered to the TA. The ATO command returns the TA to the data mode. AT Command Operation AT Command Operation UTA220/UTA220k Chapter 8...
  • Page 66: Creating A Command Statement: At

    If more than 128 characters are entered before the end- of-line characters, the TA ceases to echo and waits for the end of line character. To correct this condition, retype the com- mand using 128 characters or less. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 67: Backspace Key

    D commands. The TA returns the status message corresponding to the last command on the line. If an error is encountered in a command line, subsequent commands on the line are ignored. AT Command Operation Attention Allow status messages to be sent Select status Dial 555-1212 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 68: Command Scope

    Caution: There is no mechanism to prevent a DTE port from being controlled by another DTE port. A DTE port can be controlled by more than one other DTE port. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 69: Chapter 9. Rate Adaption

    128 kbps. (Throughput is limited by the B-Channel to about 70 kbps.) T-LINK T-Link is a Northern Telecom proprietary rate adaption protocol. It supports synchronous and asynchronous rate adaption at a variety of speeds.
  • Page 70: Flow Control And Pin Options

    • In RTS normal mode, T-Link passes the state of the RTS pin to the remote TA DTR Assert/Normal: • In DTR assert mode, T-Link operates as if DTR is always asserted • In DTR normal mode, T-Link passes the state of the DTR pin to the remote TA UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 71: V.120

    Window Size is the number of frames that can be sent before an acknowledgment is received. This parameter is normally not changed. T200 Timer is the length of time to wait for acknowledgment of a sent frame. If this timer expires, V.120 attempts to send the frame again. UTA220/UTA220k Rate Adaption...
  • Page 72 Rate Adaption UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 73: Chapter 10. Bonding

    2 to 2 (this is the default). If placing the BONDING call on port 2, set both port 1 and port 2 to 1. This will cause both directory numbers to be used for the two channel BONDING call. Select UTA220/UTA220k BONDING Chapter 10 BONDING 10-1...
  • Page 74: Placing A Bonding Call

    Disconnecting by any normal means disconnects all BONDING channels. If either channel is disconnected by the switch, the entire call is disconnected by the UTA220. The disconnection can be validated by the LCD screen indicating DISCONNECTED and the B1 and B2 LEDs being off. 10-2 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 75: Chapter 11. Synchronous Operation

    After that time, DTR going high will cause the UTA220 to originate a call. If DTR goes high during the ringing process, but before the required ring count is reached, the UTA220 will not originate a call. Synchronous Operation Synchronous Operation UTA220/UTA220k Chapter 11 11-1...
  • Page 76 Synchronous Operation UTA220/UTA220k 11-2...
  • Page 77: Chapter 12. D-Channel

    • X.28 defines the PAD commands and responses that permit communication with the X.25 protocol via an asynchronous terminal. • X.29 defines supervisory packets used for communication between the local PAD and the remote host's PAD. D-Channel X.25 UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 Chapter 12 12-1...
  • Page 78: Establishing An X.25 Session

    PAD is initialized to the PAD command mode. Likewise, if the D-channel link is connected when the TA is powered up, the PAD is initialized to the PAD command mode, just as though an ATDD had been executed. 12-2 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 79: Establishing An X.25 Virtual Connection

    The PAD is now in the data transfer mode and data exchange can begin. Note: Data is transmitted through the PAD that is packeting the data. Echo of PAD data and PAD commands is performed locally by the PAD. UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-3...
  • Page 80: Escaping To Pad Command Mode

    When the virtual call is disconnected, the PAD Clear Confirmed response and PAD prompt character are displayed: CLR CONF The PAD is now in the PAD command mode where another X.25 virtual connection can be established via the PAD Select command. 12-4 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 81: Common Apparent Problems

    PAD command are ignored except for spaces in the call user data of the PAD select command (see PAD select command). A PAD command line can contain up to 128 characters. Multiple PAD commands are not permitted on a command line. UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-5...
  • Page 82: Issuing Pad Commands

    DTE is discarded. The reset returns the current virtual call to a known mode (the same mode the virtual call was in when it was first established). This command is only valid when a virtual call is connected. 12-6 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 83: Interrupt: Int

    READ ONLY parameter (i.e., parameter 11 is a READ ONLY parameter), or the value specified in the set command is an invalid value for the specified parameter. UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-7...
  • Page 84: Read: Par

    X.3 parameter(s) from the remote PAD. This is only valid if an X.25 call is active. If more than one parameter is specified, each must be delimited by a comma (,). If none are specified, all parameters (1-22) and their corresponding values are displayed. 12-8 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 85: Remote Set And Read: Rset

    PROF NVM #(0,1): Will load from one of two specified non-volatile memories a profile stored by the user. PROF SAV #(0,1): Will store the current X.3 profile into one of two non-volatile memories as specified. PROF DEF: Will load the factory default X.3 profile. UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-9...
  • Page 86: Pad Select

    • An invalid facility is requested as the first facility in the facility request block. CLR xxx - Indicates the attempted call has cleared. The xxx is the ASCII character cause code which specifies the reason the call attempt cleared (see PAD Clear Service Signals). 12-10 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 87: Facilities

    The CUG number is assigned by the network provider at subscription time. Format: G <xx> <xx>: two decimal digits ranging from 00 - 99. If two decimal digits are not specified, the response ERR displays. UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-11...
  • Page 88: Recognized Private Operating Agency

    • If a session parameter (window or packet) is non-zero, the session parameter is used. • If the session parameter is zero and the port parameter is non-zero, the port parameter is used. • If the session and port parameters are zero, the D-Channel parameter is used. 12-12 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 89 INV) PAR (list of specified parameters with their current values or INV) or ERR Acknowledgment PAD service signal or ERR* COMM, ERR, or CLR xxx (see PAD Clear Service Signals) UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-13...
  • Page 90: Pad Service Signals

    Line delete function performed for a printing terminal Character delete function performed for a printing terminal Character delete function performed for a display terminal Acknowledgment of a PAD command such as RESET or INT UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 91: Pad Reset Service Signals

    DTE to DTE connection not allowed. For example, if the closed user group was not the same the connection would not be allowed CLR ERR Clearing error caused by the local DTE detected by the PAD Reason Reason UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-15...
  • Page 92: X.3 Parameters And Values

    X.3 parameters to RAM an X.25 virtual call is initiated. When the virtual call is disconnected, the saved X.3 parameter settings are restored. The PAD does not save the current X.3 parameter settings when the virtual call connection is established by the remote DTE. 12-16 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 93 PAD by DTE Line feed insertion after carriage return Padding after line feed Editing Character delete Line delete UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 Default Remarks DLE character (Ctrl P) is the PAD recall character Enabled Carriage return character (0Dh) is the data forwarding...
  • Page 94 Padding after carriage return 12-18 Ctrl R (12H of ASCII Character Table) is the line display character Editing PAD service signals is generated for display terminals No echo of edit characters No parity check or generation Disabled Transparent Profile UTA220/UTA220k Simple Profile...
  • Page 95: Parameter 1: Pad Recall Character

    No character will result in PAD recall in either the data transfer or connect-in-progress mode PAD recall character = DLE. The character DLE (10H) can be used for PAD recall. (DLE = Ctrl P) * * default Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-19...
  • Page 96: Parameter 2: Echo

    PAD is forwarded. • If the PAD receives a set, read, or set and read PAD message from the remote DTE, the data currently stored by the PAD is forwarded. 12-20 Table 12-8: Echo Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 97: Parameter 4: Selection Of Idle Timer Delay

    4 designates the timer value in 20ths of a second. Table 12-10: Idle Timer Delay Value No idle timer delay * 1 to 255 Specifies the timer value in 20ths of a second *default Description Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-21...
  • Page 98: Parameter 5: Ancillary Device Control

    PAD command. For non-interactive applications, the service signal transmission to the local DTE may be disabled as the transmission service signals can appear to be part of the received data. 12-22 Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 99: Parameter 7: Action Of Pad On Break From Dte

    When data must be discarded, parameter 8 is set to 1. When the break actions are completed, parameter resets to 0. Parameter 7 can be any added combination of the above values. * default Description Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-23...
  • Page 100: Parameter 8: Discard Output

    No padding after any carriage return or the line feed of the format effecter. * If parameter 8 is set to 0 then: DTE Speed 1200 >1200 1 to 255 Specifies the number of padding characters * default 12-24 Description # of Padding Characters UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 101: Parameter 10: Line Folding

    Table 12-17: DTE Binary Speed Value 300 bits / sec 1200 bits / sec 2400 bits / sec 4800 bits / sec 9600 bits / sec 19200 bits / sec 38400 bits / sec Description Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-25...
  • Page 102: Parameter 12: Flow Control Of Pad By Local Dte

    PAD data transfer mode, but are transmitted in the PAD command mode. 12-26 Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 103: Parameter 14: Padding After Line Feed

    DTE is padded according to parameter 9. Table 12-20: Padding After Line Feed Value No padding after line feed * 1 to 255 Specifies the number of padding characters * default Description Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-27...
  • Page 104: Parameter 15: Editing

    3. Older DTE devices may not issue the character BS (08H) for character delete as expected. Parameter 16 must be set according to the character delete character the DTE device is transmitting to the PAD. 12-28 Table 12-21: Editing UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 105: Parameter 17: Line Delete

    3. Older DTE devices may not issue the character CAN (18H) for line delete as expected. Parameter 17 must be set according to the line delete character the DTE device is transmitting to the PAD. Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-29...
  • Page 106: Parameter 18: Line Display

    Table is used as the line delete character (refer to Appendix F). Line delete character is DC2 * 19 to 127 One decimal character from the range 19 to 127 in the ASCII Character Table is used as the line delete character. *default 12-30 Description Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 107: Parameter 19: Editing Pad Service Signals

    DTE display device: * Edit Character Character Delete Line Delete Line Display *default Service Signal XXX CR LF Service Signal BS SP BS Transmit total character number of BS SP BS Display of last line of characters UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-31...
  • Page 108: Parameter 20: Echo Mask

    DTE’s parity is the same as the local DTE’s parity. Otherwise, the incoming data transmitted to the local DTE is invalid; the remote DTE’s parity will not be stripped and will not match the local DTE’s parity. 12-32 Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 109: Parameter 22: Page Wait

    3 (selection of data forwarding character) designates carriage return as the data forwarding character, when a carriage return is received from the local DTE, the page wait is canceled and the data currently stored by the PAD is forwarded. Description UTA220/UTA220k D-Channel X.25 12-33...
  • Page 110 PAD suspends transmission of data to the local DTE and the PAD transmits the PAGE service signals. For display terminals, a page wait line feed count of 23 is commonly used. *default 12-34 Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 111: Chapter 13. Softload

    Updated software for the TA is provided on a standard PC-compatible 5.25” high-density floppy diskette. The host computer can be a PC on any other system capable of reading PC-formatted floppy disks and transferring files via YModem-G. UTA220/UTA220k Softload Chapter 13 Softload 13-1...
  • Page 112: Ta Power-Up Sequence

    The TA is overriding the software selection and is executing from the alternate software set. FATAL ERROR The selected PROM is invalid, and the alternate software PROM INVALID set is also invalid. Normal operation is not possible. 13-2 Description UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 113: Softload Operation

    Set/Display Softload Password: %P1 A password must be entered to perform softload and swaps. The %P1 command is used to display or change the softload password. Any password changes must be made from the local DTE. Description Operation UTA220/UTA220k Softload 13-3...
  • Page 114: Request Softload Product Version Information: $Q

    TA for a hardware (out-of-band) flow control method (e.g. RTS/CTS). Do not use software flow control (XON/XOFF), since the softload software files contain XON/XOFF characters that would be misinterpreted as flow control characters. 13-4 Operation UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 115: Initiate Software Download: $Y=X

    The DTE may also abort the transfer by sending 2 or more CAN characters between YModem-G frames. An example of a typical softload session is provided at the end of this chapter. UTA220/UTA220k 13-5...
  • Page 116: Copy Active Flash: $Y2=X

    Done, OK Bad softload password YModem-G initial time-out error YModem-G inter frame time-out error YModem-G between frame time-out error YModem-G invalid frame number YModem-G CRC error YModem-G invalid file size error YModem-G premature end of file YModem-G cancel received (abort) UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 117 Flash PROM program error Flash PROM ID error Flash PROM checksum error Flash Time-out Error Flash Word Boundary Error Unknown Memory Type (Flash, EPROM, unknown) Unit set for EPROM Softload In Progress On Other Port Copy Flash Failed UTA220/UTA220k Softload Description 13-7...
  • Page 118: Swap To Alternate Software: $T=X

    1. Check the distribution floppy diskette that contains the file to be downloaded. There should be a file called README.TXT that describes the software contained on the floppy and gives the name of the actual softload file. Normally, softload files for the UTA220 are named UTA220.SL. 13-8 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 119 13. After the YModem-G file transfer is complete, the TA verifies the new software. This takes about 10 seconds. If the software has been transferred and programmed correctly, the TA returns an OK message to the DTE; otherwise it returns ERROR. UTA220/UTA220k 13-9...
  • Page 120 AT$T=x where x is the softload password. The TA returns either OK (indicating a swap is imminent) or ERROR (indicating a bad password or invalid alternate software set). The TA resets and reinitializes after implementing the swap. 16. To verify that the swap has occurred, enter AT$Q. 13-10 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 121: Chapter 14. Diagnostics

    B-channel back to the ISDN. Figure 14-1. 2B+D Terminal Loopback Test This is not a complete loopback; it is an echoing loopback where the D-channel loopback point is different from the B-channel loopback points. UTA220/UTA220k Diagnostics Chapter 14 Diagnostics 14-1...
  • Page 122: Port Tests

    DTR pin is echoed on the DSR, DCD, and RI pins. Run this test if you are encountering data errors before and after data calls are placed. This test is useful in diagnosing the DTE and the UTA220. 14-2 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 123: Digital Loopback Test

    B-channel to the sending unit. This test is useful in diagnosing the DTE, UTA220, switch ISDN line, and remote unit. Run this test if you encounter data errors after a call is placed successfully. UTA220/UTA220k 14-3...
  • Page 124 UTA220 as both the sending unit and as the loopback unit). If the B-channel data test is successful, it indicates that the local and remote units and network are functioning. If there are errors, the problem could be in any of those elements. 14-4 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 125: Bilateral Loopback Test

    B-channel to the sending unit. This test is useful in diagnosing the DTE, UTA220, switch, ISDN line, and remote unit. Run this test if you are encountering data errors after a call is placed successfully. Figure 14-5. Bilateral Loopback Test UTA220/UTA220k 14-5...
  • Page 126: Diagnostic Status Display

    LCD when the key is pressed. The * (UTA220k) or “HOME” (UTA220) key ends the test. View Product Information Displays software checksum, self-check status, PC board number and the software revision code. View Diagnostic Code This display is for factory use. 14-6 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 127: Chapter 15. Maintenance

    The test procedures will identify the faulty component in a bad communications link. If the unit appears faulty, contact your Motorola representative. Do not return the unit without prior instructions. UTA220/UTA220k Maintenance Chapter 15 Maintenance 15-1...
  • Page 128 Maintenance UTA220/UTA220k 15-2...
  • Page 129: Appendix A Specifications

    Interfaces EIA-232 (V.24), CCITT V.35, EIA-366A Switch Compatibility Northern Telecom DMS100 - Central office switch running software version BCS-29 or above Layer 1 (physical): Conforms to CCITT I.430 Layer 2 (Link): Conforms to Northern Telecom specification NIS 208-4, Issue 1.1 section C, based on CCITT Recommendation Q.921...
  • Page 130: Supplementary Services

    Power Requirements 115 Vac <Insert equation here> 10%, 60 Hz; or 230 Vac <Insert equation here> 10%, 50/60 Hz for applicable models Power Consumption 6 watts nominal 6.95 inches (17.65 cm) 2.22 inches (5.69 cm) 9.98 inches (25.35 cm) UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 131: Factory Default Settings

    DTR Pin Option DSR Pin Option Factory Default Settings Factory Default Settings Unlocked 64 kbps National ISDN National ISDN-1 None None None Disabled Auto Auto Disabled Disabled NULL NULL Asynchronous 38.4 kbps Even Disabled Ignore DTR DSR Always On UTA220/UTA220k Appendix B...
  • Page 132 30, Units = seconds 0, Units = 1/10 second 50, Units = 1/50 second 5, Units = 1/100 second 1, Units = 1/100 second Originate Normal Answer Normal Verbose All Messages No Flow Control Disabled Profile 0 ENBLOC NULL UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 133 Table B-1: UTA 220 Default Parameter Options (Continued) T-Link DTR T-Link RTS T-Link Negotiation Bonding Rate Multiplier Bonding Secondary Call Port UTA220/UTA220k Factory Default Settings Normal Normal Enabled...
  • Page 134 Factory Default Settings UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 135: At Command Set

    Control Port 3 Control Port 4 Unlocked < default > Option Locked Option/Actions Locked G View Global Parameters C View Directory Numbers, SPIDs, and TEIs AT&T 5ESS Northern Telecom DMS-100 National ISDN < default > UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set Appendix C...
  • Page 136 Range: 0-20 characters (0-9,#,*) default (null string) Range: 0-63, 255 (auto), 127 (disable) default (127) Disable Enable <default> Range: 0-63, 255 (auto), 127 (disable) default (255) Range: 1-7 default (2) Range: 1-7 default (2) Range: 7-8 default (8) default (8) Range: 7-8 UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 137 Enable 0-5, 10-15, 17-19, 28, 32 Enable 0-5, 7, 10-15, 17-19, 28, 32 Enable 0-5, 7, 10-15, 17-19, 28, 32 Range: 0-255 default (1) Range: 0-255 default (0) Range: 0-127 default (43) Range: 128-255Disabled Range: 0-127 default (13) UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set...
  • Page 138 (async/sync) < default > Recall ACU (async only) Hangup-auto answer disabled while DTR down (async only) Hangup - reload parameters (async only) DTR Dial (async only) None <default> Bi-directional RTS/CTS Bi-directional XON/XOFF Transparent bi- directional flow control (not supported) UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 139 < default > Enable unidirectional CTS flow control Enable bidirectional RTS/CTS flow control Enable bidirectional XON/XOFF flow control Transparent flow control Enable unidirectional XON/XOFF flow control None - Clear Channel TLink V.120 < default > Bonding UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set...
  • Page 140 The bit rate value displays. 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 38400 < default > 48000* 56000* 57600* 64000* 112000* 115200* 128000* * disables Autobaud None Even < default > Mark Range: 7-8 <default is 8> UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 141 Digits Return to on-line command mode (ATO dial)s P,T,W Ignored Product ID ("960") ROM Checksum Checksum Verification Revision ("4563672-1NRPT3 C34A PASS") <board#>-<software> <checksum> <PASS/FAIL> Return On-Line Return On-Line n = 0, 1 p = 0, 1 UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set...
  • Page 142 Use UI Frames E Enabled D Disabled < default > A Assert N Normal < default > A Assert N Normal < default > E Enabled < default> D Disabled UTA220/UTA220k End Test Local Loop- Digital Loop- Local Ter - Bilateral...
  • Page 143 Basic CUG CUG with outgoing access Bilateral CUG Range: 0-4 digits default (null string) Normal Call Charging <default> Reverse Call Charging Use network default <default> Reserved Reserved 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 48000 64000 Reserved Reserved UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set...
  • Page 144 Intended Call Address %B18= User Data *Note: "by port" indicates that these switch parameters are associated with a particular port. However, this does not exclude ports from sharing the same SPID or TEI.+ UTA220/UTA220k C-10 Value Use network default <default> Reserved...
  • Page 145 None A-Z, a-z, 0-9 <CR> <ESC>,<BEL>,<ENQ>,<ACK> <DEL>, <CAN>, <DC2> <ETX>, <EOT> <HT>, <LF>, <VT>, <FF> <NUL>, <SOH>, <STX>, <BS>, <SO>, <SI>, <DLE>, <DC1>, <DC2>,<DC3>,<DC4>, <NAK> <SYN>, <ETB>, <EM>, <SUB>, <FS>, <GS>, <RS>, <US> default (0,126,0) UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set C-11...
  • Page 146 Send interrupt and indication break packets and set %L8 to default (5,2,2) Normal Data Delivery Discard output to DTE default (0,0,0) Range: 0-255 default (0,0,0) Range: 0-255 default (0,0,0) 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 38400 default (16,16,16) Use \Q default (0,1,0) UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 147 No echo of <ACK>, <NAK>, <STX>,<SOH>, <EOT>, <ETB>, <ETX> No echo of parameters 16, and 18 No echo of <NUL>, <SO>, <SI>, <DLE>,<DC1>, <DC2>,<DC3>, <DC4>,<SYN>, <CAN>, <EM>, <SUB>,<FS>, <GS>, <RS>, <US> default (248,0,0) None Use @P3 default (0,0,0) UTA220/UTA220k AT Command Set C-13...
  • Page 148 Table C-1: UTA 220 AT Command Set (Continued) Command Description %L22= Page Wait *Note: "by port" indicates that these switch parameters are associated with a particular port. However, this does not exclude ports from sharing the same SPID or TEI.+ C-14 Value Range: 0-255 default (0,0,0) UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 149: Appendix D. Interfaces

    Note: In the following tables, unused pins have no electrical connection. Table D-1: U Interface RJ45 Pin Functions Name Battery status No connection Battery status No connection ---- No connection Signal U interface tip or ring Signal U interface tip or ring Function UTA220/UTA220k Interfaces Appendix D Interfaces...
  • Page 150 Request to Send (RTS) Clear to Send (CTS) Data Set Ready (DSR) Signal Ground (SG or GND) Data Carrier Detect (CD or DCD) Transmit Clock (TC) Receive Clock (RC) Local Loopback Data Terminal Ready (DTR) Remote Loopback Ring Indicator (RI) Test Mode UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 151 UTA220. Use the table corresponding to the DTE interface on ports three and four of your UTA220. Caution: Connection to pins designated “Not Used” may cause unforeseen problems. Pins designated “Not Connected” have no electrical connection to the UTA220. V.35 Function UTA220/UTA220k Interfaces...
  • Page 152 (Not Used) (Not Used) (Not Used) (Not Used) (Not Used) Local Loopback (Not Connected) EIA-366 Mode Function EIA- Shield UTA220/UTA220k Function Frame Ground Digit Present Abandon Call and Retry Call Request Present Next Digit Power Indication Signal Ground (Not Used)
  • Page 153: Eia-366A Requirements

    Function EIA- Data Terminal Ready (DTR) Remote Loopback Ring Indicator (RI) (Not Used) (Not Connected) Test Mode UTA220/UTA220k Interfaces EIA-366 Mode Function (Not Used) (Not Used) Data Line Occupied (Not Used) (Not Connected) (Not Used)
  • Page 154: Dte Interface Pin Descriptions

    UTA. Transmit Clock In synchronous modes this output supplies the DTE with timing information for it to use when transmitting data to the UTA. This output is not used in asynchronous mode. UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 155: Receive Clock

    UTA. This output is not used in asynchronous mode. Data Terminal Ready This signal is generally supplied by the DTE to indicate that it is ready to send data. Ring Indicator This output pulses high when the UTA detects an incoming data call on the ISDN. UTA220/UTA220k Interfaces...
  • Page 156 Interfaces UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 157: Appendix E Network Option Values

    MULTI POINT PT TO PT PVC-IC0 PVC-IC1 National ISDN-1 0-63, DIS, AUTO 0-63, DIS, AUTO 0-20 characters (7 numeric digits for NI-1) 0-20 characters (0-9,#,*) (9-20 numeric digits for NI-1) 0-63, DIS, AUTO 0-63, DIS, AUTO UTA220/UTA220k Appendix E Value...
  • Page 158 DIS, AUTO 0-20 characters (7 numeric digits for NI-1) 0-20 characters (0-9,#,*) (9-20 numeric digits for NI-1) 0-63, DIS, AUTO 0-63, DIS, AUTO 0-20 characters (7 numeric digits for NI-1) 0-20 characters (0-9,#,*) (9-20 numeric digits for NI-1) UTA220/UTA220k Value...
  • Page 159 NU (null) (SOH) SH (start of header) (STX) SX (start of text) (ETX) EX (end of text) (EOT) (ENQ) HT (horizontal tab) (ACK) LC (lower case) (BEL) delete (BS) (HT) UTA220/UTA220k Appendix F Hexadecimal =5B hex =9D hex =E2 hex Control...
  • Page 160 EM (end of message) C1 (CU1) FS (form separator) GS (group separator) RS (record separator) US (unit separator) SS (SOS) CP (bypass) LF (line feed) EB (end of block) EC (escape) C2 (CU2) EQ (enquiry) AK (acknowledgment) BL (bell) SY (sync) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 161 ET (end of transmission) C3 (CU3) < D4 (device control 4) NK (no acknowledgment) > SB (substitute) space ¢ (cent) . (period) < (less than) ( (open parenthesis) + (plus) & (ampersand) (leading pad) ! (exclamation) $ (dollar sign) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 162 ASCII and EBCDIC Characters ASCII Symbol ‘ Decimal EBCDIC * (asterisk) ) (close parenthesis) ; (semicolon) ^ (caret or ) / (ACK1) > ACK0 ‘ (single quote) : (colon) # (pound) @ (at) ’ (apostrophe) = (equal) " (double quote) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 163 ASCII and EBCDIC Characters ASCII Decimal EBCDIC Symbol ± UTA220/UTA220k Control (less than or equal)
  • Page 164 ASCII Symbol Decimal EBCDIC • S0 (SM0) S1 (SM1) S2 (SM2) S3 (SM3) S4 (SM4) S5 (SM5) S6 (SM6) S7 (SM7) S9 (SM9) ] (close bracket) (not equal) { (open brace) (unprintable character) (unprintable character) } (close bracket) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 165 ASCII and EBCDIC Characters ASCII Decimal EBCDIC Symbol \ (back slash) (unprintable character) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 166 ASCII and EBCDIC Characters ASCII Symbol Decimal EBCDIC (trailing pad) UTA220/UTA220k Control...
  • Page 167: Appendix G. Abbreviations And Acronyms

    AT&T American Telephone and Telegraph Bearer Capability Binary Coded Decimal Bit Error Rate BERT Bit-Error-Rate-Test (set) BIL LB Bilateral Loopback Binary Digit Bits Per Second Binary Synchronous Communications BUFF Elastic Buffer Abbreviations and Acronyms Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k Appendix G...
  • Page 168 Customer Premise Equipment Characters Per Hour Central Processing Unit Carriage Return Cyclic Redundancy Check Call Request Canadian Standards Association CSDC Circuit Switched Digital Capability Channel Service Unit CSULL Channel Service Unit Local Loopback CTRL Control Field CTS, CS Clear to Send UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 169 Data Line Occupied Digital Multiplexer System Department of Communications (Canada) Disk Operating System Digit Present Data Rate Select Data Set Ready Data Service Unit Data Terminal Equipment DTMF Dual Tone Multi Frequency Dial Tone Detected Data Terminal Ready Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 170 Feature Activator Fallback Federal Communications Commission Frequency Division Modulation Full-Duplex Transmission Form Feed FGND Frame Ground Flag Fixed loss loop Frequency Modulation Fox message Test message (The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog) 0123456789 Frequency-Shift Keying Foreign Exchange UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 171 Link Access Protocol for Modems LB OPTS Loopback Options Liquid Crystal Display OR Line Current Disconnect Local Digital Loopback Limited-Distance Modem Light Emitting Diode Line Feed LINK Analog Telephone Line Connection Local Loopback Line Occupancy Longitudinal Redundancy Check Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 172 Multiplexer Negative Acknowledgment NET STAT Network Status Non Return to Zero NRZI Non Return to Zero Inverted No Signal Network Termination Off Hook Out-of-Service Private Branch Exchange Personal Computer Printed circuit (board) Power Indication Pseudo random Present Next Digit UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 173 Receiver-Carrier Detector RCV, RCVR Receiver Receive Data RD/ER Receive Data / Error Receive Data Inhibit Remote Digital Loopback Ring Indication Remote Loopback Request List of Stored Options RLSD Received Line Signal Detector Request List of Version Root-Mean-Square Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 174 Simulated Switched Carrier Signal / Noise Ratio SPID Service Profile Identifier Signal Quality Detector Signal Quality Monitor Systems Status Start of Text Synchronization Character Reference Designator Terminal Adapter Transmit Clock Transmit Data Terminal Equipment Terminal Endpoint Identifier TELCO Telephone Company UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 175 (and provisional amendments, May 1977) Volts Alternating Current Value Added Carrier Valid Volts Direct Current WATS Wide Area Telecommunications Access Method (AT&T) CCITT Recommendation Designation XMIT Transmit XOFF Transmitter Off Transmitter On External Transmit Clock Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 176 Abbreviations and Acronyms UTA220/UTA220k G-10...
  • Page 177: Appendix H. Status And Connection Messages

    PROTOCOL: ISDN PROTOCOL: X.25 PROTOCOL: V.120 PROTOCOL: TLINK PROTOCOL: BONDING D CHANNEL B1 CHANNEL B2 CHANNEL UTA220/UTA220k Appendix H Meaning Command received OK Connection made Incoming ring detected Valid carrier not detected within period specified by register S7, or carrier lost for 300 ms or more...
  • Page 178 Status and Connection Messages UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 179: Configuring D- And B-Channels

    128K Clear Channel Leased-Line Service Does This: Disables the TEI Sets the SPID to an empty string Sets the DN to an empty string Sets the B1 channel for leased-line operation Sets the B2 channel for leased-line operation UTA220/UTA220k Appendix I...
  • Page 180: Configuring The Port And Protocol

    Sets the port for persistent DTR dial Sets the port for sync mode 2 - DTR dialing Sets the stored dial string for leased line operation Saves the port-specific configuration Saves the switch configuration of SPIDs, DNs, TEIs, and B-Channel provisioning Restarts the network UTA220/UTA220k...
  • Page 181: Return Procedures

    Introduction The following sections apply to U.S.A. customers only. Non-U.S.A. customers with questions or concerns regarding return procedures should contact their Motorola subsidiary or distributor. Equipment Return If you have questions about equipment return procedures, call the Logistics Procedures Administration Group at (508) 261-4495 for advice and assistance. If you require either on-site service or unit-exchange service, call the Customer Support Center at (800)-544-0062.
  • Page 182 Factory Repair To return equipment for factory repair, call the Logistics Administration Group at (508) 261-4495, for return authorization and instructions. When you call, you will be given a Return Material Authorization (RMA) control number. Mark this number clearly on the shipping container for ease of identification and faster service. The RMA control number provides a convenient tracking reference for both parties.
  • Page 183 Symbols + + + Abandon call and retry ASCII character table AT command mode 12-4 escaping to AT Commands Backspace Key Basic Rate Interface BONDING 10-2 disconnecting 10-2 placing a BONDING call 10-2 setup 10-1 BONDING protocol standard Call Connect Call request CCITT Central office switches...
  • Page 184 Main menus 15-1 maintenance-free service Network User Identification (NUI) NI-1 Numbered Commands Office switches AT&T 5ESS ISDN National ISDN 1 (NI1) Northern Telecom DMS100 ISDN Operation methods 12-2 and AT@P5= 12-15 Clear Service Signals 12-5 command format 12-5 command set...
  • Page 185 SELECTED PROM INVALID message 12-31 Service signals Setup Slide switch 13-3 Softload Commands 13-3 SOFTLOAD COMPLETE 13-3 SOFTLOAD FAILED 13-3 SOFTLOAD IN PROGRESS 13-3 SOFTLOAD NOT INITIATED 13-1 software updates 13-2 software version Specifications SPID STATUS DISPLAYS? Supervisor Command Mode supervisor command mode Supplementary services Switch compatibility...
  • Page 186 WARRANTY Motorola warrants that equipment manufactured and sold by us is free from defects in material and workmanship. Under this warranty, our obligation is limited to repairing or replacing any equipment or parts (not already carrying a separate warranty of their supplier) proved to be defective by our inspection within two years after sale to their original purchaser.
  • Page 187 Please take a few minutes to complete the form and return it to Motorola. Thank you for buying Motorola Products. NAME COMPANY CITY UTA220/UTA220k PRODUCT MODEL PLACE OF PURCHASE INTENDED APPLICATION(S) I learned about this product through: Salesman...

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