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78- 4039426- 01 R ev D
Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi
Decryption Receiver Software
Version 3.96 Installation and
Configuration Guide

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    78- 4039426- 01 R ev D Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver Software Version 3.96 Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    Please Read This Entire Guide Veuillez lire entièrement ce guide Bitte das gesamte Handbuch durchlesen Sírvase leer completamente la presente guía Si prega di leggere completamente questa guida Important Please read this entire guide before you install or operate this product. Give particular attention to all safety statements.

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    Trademark Acknowledgments Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

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    AVC/MPEG-4/H.264 Products With respect to each AVC/H.264 product, we are obligated to provide the following notice: THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL USE OF A CONSUMER OR OTHER USES IN WHICH IT DOES NOT RECEIVE REMUNERATION TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER...

  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.

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    Safety Precautions Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. A product and cart combination should be moved with care.

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    Safety Precautions 14 Protective Attachment Plug – The product is equipped with an attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting of protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be sure the service technician has used a replacement plug specified by the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the original plug.

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    Safety Precautions 20 Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 21 Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, b If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product,...

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    Safety Precautions You may find this symbol on the product and/or in the literature that accompanies this product. It indicates a live terminal; the symbol pointing to the terminal device. You may find this symbol on the product and/or in the literature that accompanies this product.

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    Safety Precautions Règles de sécurité Protégez-vous des risques d'électrocution et protégez votre système contre les endommagements éventuels. Ce produit respecte les standards internationaux de sécurité et de conception. Veuillez observer toutes les procédures de sécurité qui apparaissent dans ce guide, ainsi que les symboles de sécurité...

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    Safety Precautions Ne marchez pas sur les câbles ou les prises et n'y exercez aucune pression.  Réparations effectuées à l'usine Ne confiez les travaux de réparations qu'au personnel autorisé par l'usine.  Sicherheitsvorkehrungen Schützen Sie sich gegen elektrischen Schlag, und Ihr Gerät gegen Beschädigung! Dieses Gerät entspricht internationalen Sicherheits-und Ausführungsnormen.

  • Page 12: Precauciones De Seguridad

    Safety Precautions Kabel Vor jeglicher Wartung des Gerätes sind alle Kabel zu entfernen.  Hierzu grundsätzlich am Stecker oder Verbindungsstück und niemals am Kabel  selber ziehen. Nicht auf die Kabel oder Stecker treten oder diese einer Zugbelastung aussetzen.  Hersteller-Wartung Wartungsarbeiten sind nur durch vom Hersteller autorisierte Techniker ...

  • Page 13: Precauzioni Di Sicurezza

    Safety Precautions Cubierta No permita que la humedad penetre en este producto.  No abra la cubierta del producto a menos que se indique lo contrario.  No introduzca objetos a través de las aberturas de la cubierta del producto. ...

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    Safety Precautions Collegare questo prodotto solamente alla fonte di alimentazione indicata sul  pannello posteriore di questo prodotto. Se questo prodotto non è dotato di un interruttore principale, il cavo di  alimentazione funge a questo scopo. Chiusura Proteggete da umidità questo prodotto. ...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Rack Mounted ......................17 Cooling ........................17 Grounding ........................17 Mounting the D9824 Receiver to a Rack ..............17 Connecting AC Power to the D9824 Receiver ............18 D9824 Receiver Rear Connector Panel ................19 Connecting the Input/Output Signals ................21 Connecting the RF Inputs ..................

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Connecting the Balanced Audio Outputs ............. 22 Connecting the Ethernet Management Interface ..........22 Connecting the ASI Output ..................23 External Alarm System Connector ................. 23 Cue Tone/Cue Trigger Interface ................24 Configuring Open-collector Outputs ..............25 Setting Admin User Privileges via a Telnet Connection ..........26 Administrator User Privileges ................

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Logging On to the Web Interface ..................122 D9824 Summary Overview ....................123 D9824 Menus ........................125 D9824 Web GUI Environment ................... 127 Window Buttons ..................... 127 Setting up Input Information ..................... 128 Setting up the RF Input ..................128 Setting up the ASI Input ..................

  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Setting up Cueing Parameters ................160 Setting up Cue Tone Test ..................162 Setting up Cue Tones ..................... 163 Setting up Services to be Decoded by the D9824 Receiver ....... 164 Configuring Transport Stream Information ..............165 Configuring the ASI Output .................. 165 Configuring the DPM ASI Details ................

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    DPM - ASI ........................ 287 Noise Cutoff ......................288 DPM Default Settings for Different Output Modes ............289 Appendix C Lock Levels D9824 Receiver Lock Levels ....................294 Video ......................... 294 Aspect Ratio ......................294 Closed Caption ......................295 Subtitles ........................295...

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    Download ......................... 295 Runnable Application .................... 295 Runnable FPGA....................... 296 Audio ........................296 PV Muting Thresholds ................... 296 LDPC Muting Thresholds ..................296 Muting Thresholds ....................297 Fixed PID ........................297 IP..........................297 SNMP Comm ......................297 Trap Destination ..................... 298 Active Settings ......................

  • Page 21: About This Manual

    D9824 Advanced ® Multi Decryption Receiver. Note: The manual describes all available options for the D9824 receiver. Your D9824 receiver may only have some of the features described in this manual. Audience The audience of this manual includes users (operators) and service personnel who are responsible for the installation, configuration, operation, monitoring and service of the D9824 receiver.

  • Page 23: Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First

    Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First! Overview This chapter provides a quick setup for your D9824 receiver. If you are unsure about which receiver settings to use, contact your local service provider for assistance. In This Chapter ...

  • Page 24: Connecting The Receiver To Other Equipment

    Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First! Connecting the Receiver to Other Equipment The following displays the rear panel of the D9824 Multi Decryption Receiver: Connect the L-Band signal to RF1. 13V or 18V LNB power is only available on the RF1 port.

  • Page 25: Setting Up For Network Connection

    Setting up for Network Connection Setting up for Network Connection Press MENU to display the Main menu. Press to go to the Setup menu. Press SELECT. Press twice to select the IP menu. Press SELECT twice to go to the IP menu. arrow keys to navigate up and down the IP menu, and the Use the arrow...

  • Page 26: Quick Setup Instructions For Rf Acquisition

    Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First! Quick Setup Instructions for RF Acquisition Press MENU to display the Main menu. Press to go to the Setup menu. Press SELECT. Press to move to the TS Input menu. Press SELECT. To setup the ASI input port, go to step 4.

  • Page 27: Assigning A Program Channel To A Pe (program Entry)

    Assigning a Program Channel to a PE (Program Entry) Assigning a Program Channel to a PE (Program Entry) At the start-up screen, PE1 is initially displayed. You can assign up to 32 program entries by pressing the ADV key to select PE1. keys to scroll through the available program entries.

  • Page 28: Asi Out

    Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First! ASI Out Press MENU to move to the MAIN MENU. Press to move to the Setup menu. Press SELECT. Press to move to the Outputs menu. Press SELECT. Press to move to the TS Out menu. Press SELECT. to select Press SELECT to access the ASI menu.

  • Page 29: Setting The Dpm Mode

    Setting the DPM Mode Setting the DPM Mode A program can be set to one of three Digital Program Mapping (DPM) modes, either Drop, Pass or Map respectively. For more information, see TS Out - DPM (on page 94) . LCD Setting Description Drop...

  • Page 31: Chapter 2 Introduction

    Chapter 2 Introduction Overview This chapter is a general introduction to the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. It describes the most common applications and interfaces of the receiver. In This Chapter  D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver ........10 ...

  • Page 32: D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver

    Chapter 2 Introduction D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver The D9824 Multi Decryption Receiver is designed for satellite content distribution applications requiring DVB-S and DVB-S2 reception capabilities with advanced digital outputs for digital tier program distribution. A built-in decoder will be capable of decoding an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 High Definition (HD) program for analog monitoring or digital turn-around applications.

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    D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver output) Fingerprint Trigger for the decoded program  Field upgradeable software and security  SNMP for setup, control, and monitoring  Front panel LCD for control, and monitoring  Web browser interface for easy setup, control, and monitoring ...

  • Page 34: Dvb-asi Transport Stream Outputs

    MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 High Definition (HD) program for analog monitoring or digital turn-around. The D9824 receiver has one DVB-ASI output. This output can be used as an input for a DVB-T transmitter or other types of DVB-ASI reception equipment.

  • Page 35: Mpe Output

    IP data can be sent through an Ethernet switch to an IP router or directly to a receiving device. The diagram below shows an example of the D9824 receiver used in an MPE application.

  • Page 37: Chapter 3 Installation

    Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. Qualified Personnel Only appropriately qualified and trained service personnel should attempt to install, operate, or maintain the D9824 receiver. WARNING: Allow only authorized and qualified service personnel to install, operate, maintain, and service this product. Otherwise, personal injury or equipment damage may occur.

  • Page 38: Power Connection

    AC power, see Appendix B - Technical Specifications (on page 265). As Cisco units are designed for continuous operation, some products do not have a power switch. In this case the mains cord and/or DC power supply cable serve(s) as the mains disconnect device.

  • Page 39: Installing The D9824 Receiver

    Cooling The D9824 receiver is cooled by the use of internal fans. The air intake is from the front and the air outlet is on the rear. Note: Adequate cooling must be provided equaling 107 W (maximum) at 25°C per unit to avoid overheating.

  • Page 40: Connecting Ac Power To The D9824 Receiver

    Make sure that the power cable is connected to protective ground. See Grounding (on page 17) for more information. The D9824 receiver is equipped with one power supply located in the rear of the chassis. Note the location of the power supply in the event of alarms/warnings resulting in replacement of a power supply.

  • Page 41: D9824 Receiver Rear Connector Panel

    D9824 Receiver Rear Connector Panel D9824 Receiver Rear Connector Panel The following diagram shows the rear connector panel of the D9824 receiver: The following table describes the function and type of the various connectors. Connector Description Type RF Inputs Each input accepts an LNB signal input.

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    Chapter 3 Installation Connector Description Type Ground Screw Grounding point for the receiver Power AC power IEC 60320 Sheet 14 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 43: Connecting The Input/output Signals

    Connect a crossed RJ-45 cable between the Ethernet connector (DATA port only) on the D9824 receiver and the Ethernet port of the equipment after the D9824 receiver. The equipment after the D9824 receiver could be an IP router or a switch.

  • Page 44: Connecting The Balanced Audio Outputs

    Connect an RJ-45 cable between the Ethernet connector on the D9824 receiver and the Ethernet port of your PC. Set up the IP address on the D9824 receiver (via the front panel display). For information on setting up the IP address via the front panel, see Setting up for Network Connection (on page 3).

  • Page 45: Connecting The Asi Output

    Use a Belden “Brilliance” cable with foil/braid construction. The shield must provide 99% or better shielding effectiveness. The equipment after the D9824 receiver could be a Cisco D9887 HDTV Receiver. External Alarm System Connector The D9824 receiver and Alarm relay functionality. See Connecting the Cue Tone/Cue Trigger Interface (on page 24) for more information on Cue Tone and Cue Trigger equipment connections.

  • Page 46: Cue Tone/cue Trigger Interface

    Chapter 3 Installation Cue Tone/Cue Trigger Interface The D9824 receiver is equipped with a connector labeled Cue Tone/Relay for alarm relay outputs for remote alarm signaling. This connector provides Cue Tone, Cue Trigger and Alarm relay functionality. These outputs are user-configurable via the Setup Menu on the front panel.

  • Page 47: Configuring Open-collector Outputs

    Configuring Open-collector Outputs The D9824 supports decoding of SCTE-35 messages with DTMF descriptor. The D9824 outputs tones or sets the open collector contacts according to the content of the DTMF descriptor in the Cisco D9054 HDTV Encoder and the Cisco D9036 Modular Encoding Platform.

  • Page 48: Setting Admin User Privileges Via A Telnet Connection

    Up to 10 usernames/passwords can be defined for login use via a telnet session or Web GUI (i.e., http) session on the D9824 receiver. When a user tries to login via a telnet or http connection, the user is required to provide a username and a password.

  • Page 49: Deleting A User

    View, edit settings, and add/delete user accounts. At the ADMINISTRATOR PASSWORD prompt, type the administrator's password and press Enter. Deleting a User At the D9824 prompt, type and press Enter. pwd del_user At the USERNAME prompt, type the username you want to remove and press Enter.

  • Page 50: Printing The List Of Users

    Chapter 3 Installation Printing the List of Users At the D9824 prompt, type and press Enter. pwd list_users Note: Only usernames will be printed. Passwords will not be visible. Resetting the Login Credentials At any time, the user authentication table can be reset from the front panel. This option is under the Setup: IP: IP menu.

  • Page 51: Common Interface Modules

    Common Interface Modules Common Interface Modules The following is a list of all the supported CAMs: SMiT Consumer Irdeto  - Hardware Version: 2.2.1 - Application Version: IRD-STD-3.7.0m-2 - Serial Number: 1004004052 and 1004004051 SMiT Professional Irdeto  - Hardware Version: 2.2.1 - Application Version: IRD-STD-3.7.0m-8 - Serial Number: 1103000494 and 1103000276 Conax Aston...

  • Page 53: Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Overview This chapter describes how to set up the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver using the front panel keys and display. This information is primarily applicable for standalone operation. In This Chapter  About the Front Panel ................32 ...

  • Page 54: About The Front Panel

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation About the Front Panel The D9824 receiver is operated using controls and indicators on the front panel. These include the numeric keypad, the Navigation/Selection keypad, the LCD, the Alarm and Signal indicators. These are shown in the following illustration.

  • Page 55: Front Panel Leds

    About the Front Panel Front Panel LEDs The functions of the LEDs are described in the table below. Signal Explanation State/Color ALARM Solid for five seconds indicates a Warning. Flashing indicates an Alarm. SIGNAL Green Solid indicates all of the following conditions: all RF inputs are enabled, all inputs are ...

  • Page 56: Navigation/selection Keypad

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Navigation/Selection Keypad Throughout this manual, there are references to parts of a keypad on the front of the receiver. The navigation keys (LEFT, RIGHT, UP, and DOWN) and the SELECT key are the primary controllers. Each navigation key performs various functions, depending on the current state of the menu system (i.e., sometimes the left navigation key backspaces over an entry and sometimes moves the cursor to a different menu item).

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    About the Front Panel Button Function INFO key Press the key on the lower left of the numeric keypad for context-sensitive help messages, when available. When entering characters in numeric or alphanumeric fields, this key can be used to toggle between upper and lower case.

  • Page 58: Locking/unlocking The Front Panel

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Locking/Unlocking the Front Panel Depending on the customer’s default settings, the receiver is shipped with a locked or unlocked front panel. You can lock or unlock the front panel using the front panel keypad. From the Startup screen, press SELECT and then INFO. This will unlock the front panel keypad and allow you to make changes to all the operating parameters;...

  • Page 59: Startup Screen

    Startup Screen Startup Screen Main Structure On power-up and initialization, the startup screen is displayed similar to that shown below. The screen also indicates the signal status. Channel Authorization Status From the startup screen, press the right or left arrow keys on the front panel keypad to move to the PE entry authorization status screen.

  • Page 60: Lcd Symbol

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation LCD Setting Description Lvl: Signal level in dBm. Marg: Carrier-to-noise (C/N) margin in dB. DEGD The Degraded indicator only appears if there is degraded tuning information in use. This occurs if the SI tables are not consistent on the incoming stream. The receiver will attempt to identify the service list based on the information available.

  • Page 61: Assigning Program To The Program Entry

    Startup Screen LCD Symbol Description The up/down symbol indicates that the UP/DOWN arrow key is active. The Download In Progress (DL) symbol indicates that the receiver is currently downloading a software update and storing it into memory in the background. Note: Service interruption occurs during a reboot, which is always required when the receiver’s software is updated.

  • Page 62: Deleting A Program From The Program Entry

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Directly enter the channel number using the 0 to 9 keys and press SELECT to apply the channel number, or press to scroll through the available channels. Deleting a Program from the Program Entry Press MENU until the startup screen appears. The PE channel is initial displayed.

  • Page 63: Main Menu

    Main Menu Main Menu Operation of the D9824 receiver begins at the Main menu. From the startup screen, press the MENU key to view the Main menu. Main Selection Select the desired function by moving the cursor left or right by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT arrow key.

  • Page 64: Status Menu

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Status Menu Structure To view the Status menu from the Main menu, press the SELECT key. The Status menu indicates the status of the input and output signals, the video and audio services, and allows you to browse and/or configure the alarms and warnings. The Status menu is split into four parts;...

  • Page 65: Status Menu: General

    Status Menu Status Menu: General Menu Item Description Parameters Input Indicates the currently selected input RF1 to RF4, or ASI source. Status Indicates whether the input signal is Locked - Indicates the receiver is locked. locked to a carrier with no valid content.

  • Page 66: Status Menu: Services

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Browse Select to view the current active alarms and warnings, including additional details. Clear All Select to clear all the active alarms and Abort, Continue. Select Abort to warnings. You will be prompted to verify cancel the operation or Continue whether you want to clear all the alarms to clear all the warnings and...

  • Page 67

    Status Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Indicates the frame rate of the input Typically 25.0, 29.97, 30.0, 50.0, video stream. 59.94, 60.0, unknown or unsupported Stream AR Indicates the aspect ratio of the 4:3 or 16:9 incoming video stream. Act Conv Displays the actual applied aspect None, 4:3 L/B, 4:3 P/B, 14:9, 14:9, ratio conversion.

  • Page 68: Status Menu: Ts Input

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Status Menu: TS Input Input Menu Item Description Parameters Input Indicates the active input port receiving RF1, RF2, RF3, RF4, or ASI the signal. Status Indicates the current signal lock status Locked - Indicates the receiver is for the input.

  • Page 69

    Status Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Pilot Present Indicates whether a Pilot is present for Yes, No, or N/A the received signal. The Pilot is set on the modulator for input signal synchronization purposes. C/N (dB) Indicates the current Carrier-to-Noise in dB ratio.

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    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters NetID Indicates the Network ID of the uplink 1 to 65535 signal the receiver is to receive when using the selected preset. The receiver’s Network ID must match the Network ID associated with the transmitted signal that identifies the NIT to be used.

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    Status Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Indicates the program PID number. 1 to 8191 Present Indicates whether the PID is present Yes or No in the incoming stream. Program Status Menu Item Description Parameters Select the Program Entry number to PE1 to PE32 view.

  • Page 72: Status Menu: Ts Output

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters SR Event Type Indicates the type of service None - Indicates that no service replacement event. replacement event is scheduled. Scheduled - Indicates that all receivers will tune to the alternate program at the scheduled time.

  • Page 73: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu Setup Menu Structure To view the Setup menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and the SELECT key. The Setup menu is split into nine parts; Administration, TS Input, IP, Services, CI, Outputs, CA, Alarms/Warnings, and Noise Cutoff. For instructions on how to select and store settings, see About the Front Panel (on page 32).

  • Page 74: Setup Menu: Admin

    The Admin menu has the following structure: Menu Item Description Parameters Lock Level Sets the front panel interface lock 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 level. For information on each of the lock levels, see D9824 Receiver Lock Levels (on page 294). 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 75

    Depending on the unit, the default password for all lock levels is 1234. For more information on the default password, contact Cisco customer support. Old Pwd, New Pwd, To change the password, enter the Confirm Pwd old password (Old Pwd).

  • Page 76

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters LCD Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the LCD 1 (lowest contrast) to 30 (highest menu panel. contrast) DL Mode Set the unforced over-the-air Always - Unforced download download mode. will be accepted and saved in memory.

  • Page 77

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Type The type of download being None - No download is being performed. performed. Rear Panel - The rear panel download is being performed. HTTP - An HTTP download from the web GUI is being performed.

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    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Date Format Select the date format. YYYY_MM_DD, DD_MM_YYYY, or MM_DD_YYYY Time Format Select the time format. 24Hr, 24Hr SuspendZero, 12Hr, 12Hr SuspendZero. The SuspendZero options omit the leading zero. GMT Off Select the local time zone offset +13:00, +12:00, +11:00, +10:00, relative to the GMT time.

  • Page 79: Setup Menu: Ts Input

    Setup Menu Setup Menu: TS Input To view the TS (Transport Stream) Input menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu. Then press the RIGHT arrow key once and the SELECT key to view the TS Input menu. For instructions on how to select and store settings, see About the Front Panel (on page 32).

  • Page 80

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters CA Ctl Sets how the conditional access will For PowerVu streams: attempt to descramble the scrambled Std - In standard mode, if a programs. The behavior of this setting program is not authorized, even if is different between PowerVu streams some services are not scrambled, and those that require a CAM.

  • Page 81

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters CA Ctl Sets how the conditional access will attempt to For PowerVu streams: descramble the scrambled programs. The Std - In standard mode, if behavior of this setting is different between a program is not PowerVu streams and those that require a authorized, even if some CAM.

  • Page 82

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Crossover (GHz) This is the crossover frequency, which is an 0.0 to 15.0 GHz. In single- internal threshold frequency used for selecting band LNB applications, set the LO1 or LO2 frequency, depending on the this value to 0.0.

  • Page 83

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Orbital Position This displays the last date that the ‘Validate Validation Date Orbital Position’ operation was performed. Freq (GHz) This is the current Downlink operating 0.0 to 15.0 GHz frequency used by the receiver for tuning the received digital signal.

  • Page 84

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters InputIQ Select the Input signal spectrum inversion Auto, Normal, or setting, which allows the operator to track and Opposite. select inverted and non-inverted digital Auto - The signal is signals. This is normally used to automatically tracked and inverted for reject or filter out unwanted signals.

  • Page 85

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Services List Mode If using custom tune mode, Degraded or Rigorous. select which tables are required Rigorous - Requires all service list tables for tuning. to be present to acquire the signal. Degraded - Requires any service list table to be present to acquire the signal.

  • Page 86: Setup Menu: Ip

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Indicates whether the Service Yes or No Description Table (SDT) is being used to create the service list. Indicates whether the Program Yes or No Association Table (PAT) is being used to create the service list. Frequency Tuning Indicates whether tuning is NIT or User Cfg...

  • Page 87

    Setup Menu The IP menu has the following structure: Menu Item Description Parameters Port ID Select the Ethernet interface to 1, 2, or 3. Interface 1 is the control and configure. management interface and interface 2 and interface 3 are data interfaces. The default is 1.

  • Page 88

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Gateway Sets the Network Gateway Address The IP Address/Mask and Gateway on the Network, used to expose the Address should be changed together, receiver to a WAN. i.e., as a group. The following table shows the most commonly used Subnet mask values to enter for a chosen IP address mask, which will...

  • Page 89

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Reset Credentials If for some reason, you cannot access the decoder (due to a forgotten password, corrupted data, etc.), the recovery procedure for the decoder is as follows: Using the keypad, choose this field on the front panel menu.

  • Page 90

    The passwords must comply with the following requirements:  It cannot contain username or reversed username.  It cannot contain any of the following strings: cisco, sciatl, ocsic, ltaics, atlsci, icslta, or any string achieved by full or partial capitalization of letters. ...

  • Page 91

    Start a new communication session with the receiver using a utility, such as Tera Term Pro or PuTTY. For more information on starting a new connection, see Starting a Telnet Session (on page 26). In the D9824 command prompt, type for a list of TCP connections ipal tcp_list for a list of UDP connections and press Enter.

  • Page 92

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation All other connections that are not specifically requested by remote access protocol selection or triggered by user actions, such as an FTP transfer, do not have active listeners and the corresponding TCP/UDP ports are closed. To strengthen security, the hardware firewall drops all incoming packets for the closed ports.

  • Page 93: Setup Menu: Services

    Setup Menu Setup Menu: Services To view the Services menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu. Then press the RIGHT arrow key three times and the SELECT key to view the Services menu. The Services menu allows you to set up all the operating parameters associated with audio, video and captions services.

  • Page 94

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters PV Output Indicates the actual output video format. SD, HD 720p, or HD 1080i This value is read-only. Stream Indicates the video format of the input video stream. This value is read-only. SD Format Selects the standard definition output Auto, NTSC, PAL-N (AR),...

  • Page 95

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Act Conv The actual aspect ratio conversion the None, 16:9 L/B, 4:3 P/B, 14:9, receiver will perform based on what you 4:3 CCO, 16:9 SCALE have selected. This is read-only. Refer to the Aspect Ratio Conversions table below for the conversions performed by the receiver based on your selection, and the effect on the picture displayed by...

  • Page 96

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Aspect Ratio Conversions The following table displays the conversions performed by the receiver based on the Act Conv selection: Stream TV A/R Conversion Act Conv Description Image None None Normal Picture Auto None No conversion 16:9 L/B None Conversion is not...

  • Page 97

    Setup Menu 16:9 4:3 P/B 4:3 P/B 4:3 picture is centered in a pillar-style box. 16:9 14:9 14:9 Compromises some up- sampling. Some black bars and cropping are visible. 16:9 16:9 SCALE 16:9 Vertically up-samples SCALE the center of the 4:3 picture and crops the top and bottom of the screen.

  • Page 98

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation 16:9 4:3 CCO 4:3 CCO Horizontally up-samples the center portion of the picture to fill the 720. 16:9 4:3 P/B None Conversion is not possible. Picture appears tall and thin. 16:9 14:9 14:9 Compromises some up- sampling.

  • Page 99

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Left (dB) Sets the volume adjustment for the -6.0 to +6.0 Left audio channel, in dB. Any value can be entered with the numeric keypad (in the appropriate range), but the UP and DOWN arrows will increase or decrease in 0.5 dB steps.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters WSS Mode Selects the Wide Screen Signaling Auto:Create - Creates WSS to output mode. It is used to select output the correct aspect ratio, how the receiver affects PAL WSS when performing aspect ratio when it is present in the VBI line 23.

  • Page 101

    Setup Menu Subtitles This menu allows you to configure the type of subtitling (i.e., DVB or Imitext) displayed by the receiver, and how the receiver displays subtitling on the TV. Menu Item Description Parameters Op Mode Sets the subtitle mode. Off - No subtitles are displayed.

  • Page 102

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters PMT Order If PMT Order was selected First to Eighth in the Select Language By menu, select the subtitle PID entry to display. This information is available from your uplink service provider.

  • Page 103

    Setup Menu Decode Menu Item Description Parameters Decoder Select the local decode service to Video, Audio1 to Audio4, VBI configure. (Vertical Blanking Interval) DATA (low speed data), MPE1 to MPE5 (Multiprotocol Encapsulation), STT (Subtitles), or DPI (Digital Program Insertion) Enabled Select whether the local decoding of Yes or No this service is enabled or disabled.

  • Page 104: Setup Menu: Common Interface (ci)

    You must be authorized to view the programming available via the Smart Card from your service provider. CAMs must be purchased from Cisco. For a list of the supported CAMs, see Common Interface Modules (on page 29). For instructions on how to select and store settings, see About the Front Panel (on page 32).

  • Page 105

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Select the Program Entry (PE) to PE1 to PE32 configure the decryption settings. Decrypt Determines whether to decrypt the ON (default) - Decrypts the channel or to specify the specific entire program entry. components to decrypt. OFF - Disables decryption for the current program entry.

  • Page 106

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Select the component record to 1-64 (up to 32 records for each edit. CAM) Set the Program Entry the 1 to 32 component is located. Mode Select whether to choose the PID or STREAM component by PID or by stream type.

  • Page 107

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters ON_ID Specify the Transport Original 0 to 65535 Network ID. TS Routing Select EntireTS to use the CAM to EntireTS or ServicesOnly decrypt the entire transport stream, or select ServicesOnly to use the CAM to decrypt only the PIDs being used by the active services.

  • Page 108: Setup Menu: Outputs

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Setup Menu: Outputs To view the Outputs menus from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu. Then press the RIGHT arrow key five times and the SELECT key to view the Outputs menu. The Outputs menu allows you to set up the rear panel control relays for alarms, cue tones and cue triggers, and the transport stream outputs, and Digital Program Mapping (DPM).

  • Page 109

    Setup Menu Cueing Menu Item Description Parameters Cueing Mode Select whether cueing output Trigger or Tone should be DTMF tones or Tone - Cue tones are standard Dual- trigger pins. Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) tones. The tones are generated at the Cue Tone/Relay output on the rear panel of the receiver.

  • Page 110

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Tones Sets the three digit tone 000 to 999 sequence. Mode Sets the tone sequence mode. * - Start tone only # - End tone only */# - Start and end tones. The end tone is signaled after waiting the time specified in Delay(sec).

  • Page 111

    Setup Menu TS Out - ASI Menu Item Description Parameters Name Displays the name assigned 20-character string to the transport output for ease of reference. This is read-only. Rate Control Select the output rate Auto - The output rate follows that set by control.

  • Page 112

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Output Mode Select the DPM output mode No Output - No ASI output will be for the current output. generated and the ASI port will be disabled. With the exception of No Passthrough - The output will be identical Output, selecting a mode to the input.

  • Page 113

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Descramble Mode Select whether the output Scrambled - The output channel will remain will be descrambled if the scrambled even if the PE is authorized and input is scrambled. can descramble the channel. Descrambled - Descrambles the output channel, and passes in-the-clear channels.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Output Mode This selects the DPM No Output - No MPEGoIP output will be output mode. generated. Passthrough - The output will be identical to the input. The output channel will not be modified.

  • Page 115

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Descramble Mode This parameter selects The default mode is Descrambled. whether the receiver should Scrambled - Scrambles the output channel scramble the output even if even if the PE is authorized and can it is authorized to receive descramble the channel.

  • Page 116

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Dst Port This selects the destination 1 to 65535 port number. Note: If you selected RTP for MOIP, you must select an even destination port number. SrcPort This selects the source UDP 0 to 65535 port number.

  • Page 117

    Setup Menu The DPM menu has the following structure: DPM - Global Menu Item Description Parameters Resync All: Select to resynchronize all DPM output with the PMT data for all program entries on the selected output. Regenerate Selects whether to regenerate Always or As Needed the PSI tables in the output.

  • Page 118

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation DPM - ASI/MOIP1 Menu Item Description Parameters Select the Program Entry to 1 to 32 configure. InCh Displays the channel number to 1 to 65535 which the PE is tuned. This is read-only. Indicates the input PID value of 2 to 8190 the Program Map Table for the current channel.

  • Page 119

    Pass - All unreferenced content is stream that is not filtered by the passed to the output unchanged. program entries. Mode-i - This is a customer-specific mode, only to be used if directed by Cisco. For more information, contact Cisco customer support. 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 120

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters PSI Options Select the action to perform on Pass All - Transmits the incoming PSI the PSI tables for the output Tables as is; does not modify the stream. content and rate. The PSI Rate and table settings are ignored.

  • Page 121

    Template - Map the input to a fixed template output. PAT/PMT Offset This is a customer-specific mode, only to be used if directed by Cisco. For more information, contact Cisco customer support. NIT Offset This is a customer-specific mode, only to be used if directed by Cisco.

  • Page 122

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Displays the input PID that will 1 to 8190 be mapped by the current entry. This value is read-only and for reference purposes. Select the action to perform on Map - The service selected by the the current PID.

  • Page 123

    Setup Menu Setting Mode Options Description Default NITO Pass, Drop, PwRC Network Information Pass Table - Other Pass, Drop, Regen, PwRC Service Description Table Pass SDTO Pass, Drop, PwRC Service Description Table Pass - Other Pass, Drop, PwRC Bouquet Association Pass Table Pass, Drop...

  • Page 124

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Set the Act for the selected PMT to either Pass, Drop, or Map depending on the action desired. A program can be set to one of three output modes, either Drop, Pass or Map. LCD Setting Description Drop Removes the service and its associated PMT reference...

  • Page 125

    Setup Menu Parameter Description Regen TSDT Drop Regen or Drop NITO Drop Regen SDTO Drop Drop Drop Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Drop Drop Drop Drop 10 Press MENU three times to exit the TS Out menu and save the data. If the changes cannot be saved/made, a message will be displayed indicating "Bad configuration data".

  • Page 126

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation To synchronize the output to the input PIDs only: This operation synchronizes the inputs to the outputs according to the PID assignments only. This is useful when you have already have the services set up but want to synchronize to the incoming PIDs.

  • Page 127: Setup Menu: Ca

    Setup Menu Setup Menu: CA To view the CA menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu. Then press the RIGHT arrow key six times and the SELECT key to view the CA menu. The CA menu provides information about the ISE, the status of the ADP transmission, and allows you to set the BISS mode and session words available from your service provider.

  • Page 128

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters ADP Enc Tot Indicates the total number of encrypted Addressable Data Packets received. Ideally, the ADP Enc Pass and ADP Enc Total numbers should be identical. ADP Non-Enc Pass Indicates the number of non- encrypted Addressable Data Packets successfully processed.

  • Page 129: Setup Menu: Alarm/warning

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters BISS-E IID If BISS Mode is Mode E, enter the 14-character password. Once injected ID. entered, it cannot be viewed and it is only displayed as asterisks (*). Contact your program provider for the session word. Setup Menu: Alarm/Warning To view the Alarm/Warning menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu.

  • Page 130

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters Alarm Vid Cutoff Select whether the video output Enable or Disable is cut off if any enabled alarm is The default is Disable. active on the receiver. When video is cut off, there will be no horizontal or vertical synchronization on the output.

  • Page 131: Setup Menu: Noise Cutoffs

    Setup Menu Setup Menu: Noise Cutoffs To view the Noise Cutoffs menu from the Main menu, press the RIGHT Arrow key once and then the SELECT key to reach the Setup menu. Then press the RIGHT arrow key eight times and the SELECT key to view the Noise Cutoffs menu. The Noise Cutoffs menu allows you to set the muting thresholds for both audio and video in the event of a noisy signal.

  • Page 132

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Menu Item Description Parameters The following displays the Transport Default C/N Margin Relationship Audio(DVBS Marg) Sets the DVB-S and DVB-S2 -30.0 to 30.0 Cutoff Carrier to Noise margins, in dB, This setting must be below the below the audio outputs that Audio(DVBS2 Marg) respective Restore value.

  • Page 133

    Setup Menu Menu Item Description Parameters Restore Defaults Select to restore the default muting thresholds. Muting Control Select whether to enable or Enable or Disable. disable muting cutoffs. The default is Enable. If disabled, all the other settings are ignored. 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 134: About Menu

    To view the About menu from the Main menu press the RIGHT arrow key two times and then the SELECT key. The About menu provides basic hardware information that is useful when requesting customer support from Cisco. Each parameter is described below. The About menu has the following structure: General...

  • Page 135: Licenses

    Menu Item Description Serial Number Indicates the unique device serial number. Customer Code Indicates the unique Customer Code assigned to an organization by Cisco. Board ID Indicates the hardware board design identification. Revision Indicates the revision number of the board design.

  • Page 136: Versions Menu

    To view the Versions menu from the Main menu press the RIGHT arrow key three times and then the SELECT key. The Versions menu provides basic software information that is useful when requesting customer support from Cisco. The menu has the following structure: Menu Item...

  • Page 137

    Versions Menu Menu Item Description Primary Indicates the versions of the primary and secondary Boot/Secondary processors' boot code. Boot FPPIC Indicates the version of the front panel PIC microcontroller. FPGA Safe Indicates the version of the factory loaded safe Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) code.

  • Page 138: Diagnostics Menu

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Diagnostics Menu To view the Diagnostics menus from the Main menu, press the RIGHT arrow key four times and then the SELECT key. For instructions on how to select and store settings, see About the Front Panel (on page 32).

  • Page 139: Psi - Frequency Plan

    Diagnostics Menu Menu Item Description View DL Select to view the system download history messages. Press the UP and DOWN arrow keys to scroll through the list of downloaded messages. Press the INFO key and then UP and DOWN arrow keys to view the complete message text.

  • Page 140: Psi - Tables

    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation PID of the channel's Entitlement Control Message stream. It is displayed as ---- if unavailable or not scrambled. Program Name Name of the channel. PSI - Tables This is the Tables received sub-menu. You cannot make any changes here, but you can view the PSI tables received and their settings.

  • Page 141: Health Monitor

    Diagnostics Menu Menu Item Description Tot Rst #, Displays the total numbers of times the current unit has been reset since it was manufactured. Clrbl Rst # Displays the number of times the unit has been reset since the clearable reset counter was last cleared.

  • Page 143: Chapter 5 Web Gui Setup And Monitoring

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Introduction This chapter describes how to set up the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver using the Web GUI. In This Chapter  Logging On to the Web Interface............122  D9824 Summary Overview ............... 123 ...

  • Page 144: Logging On To The Web Interface

    Note: The supported web browsers are: Internet Explorer 6.0, Internet Explorer 7.0, Internet Explorer 8.0, Firefox 3.0, Firefox 3.6, and Safari. Type the IP address of the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver in the Address bar and press Enter. Type the Username and Password.

  • Page 145: D9824 Summary Overview

    D9824 Summary Overview D9824 Summary Overview From the user interface of the D9824, click Summary > Summary Dashboard. The Summary Dashboard page is displayed. The Summary Dashboard page displays the main settings of the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. The shortcuts above the modules in the Summary Dashboard page are shortcuts to the various setup pages.

  • Page 146

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring You can also customize the Dashboard by clicking on Add/Remove Module. The Dashboard Configuration window is displayed. The following table describes the all the available modules: Module Description Decoded Program Status Displays channel and service information. Audio Status Displays the current audio status information, such as the audio format and sampling frequency.

  • Page 147: D9824 Menus

    D9824 Menus D9824 Menus The D9824 web GUI has menus at the top of the page. The functions for the menus are as follows: Summary  From this menu, you can obtain an overview of the D9824 operation. Input ...

  • Page 148

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring System Settings  From this menu, you can: - view alarm and warning status information - configure ethernet ports, - set date and time formats, - configure lock levels. Support  From this menu, you can: - view logs, - view contact information, - view and upgrade software version.

  • Page 149: D9824 Web Gui Environment

    Apply Saves and applies the settings to the receiver. Refresh Reads existing data from the D9824. If edits were made in a setup page, then unsaved changes are discarded. Reset Defaults Discards any changes made and sets data to default values.

  • Page 150: Setting Up Input Information

    Setting up Input Information Setting up the RF Input From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Input Setup. The Input Setup page is displayed. In the RF Input Selection section, select Use RF Input to activate an RF input.

  • Page 151

    Setting up Input Information Select the Roll Off factor of the incoming signal (.20, .25, .35). Set the value to .20 or .35 when DVB-S modulation is used, and either of the three when DVB-S2 is used. Use a small number to reject or filter carriers close to the same frequency. 10 Set the input signal spectrum inversion setting (IQ), which allows the operator to track and select inverted and non-inverted digital signals.

  • Page 152

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring 17 Set the Orbital Position (Orbital Posn) for RF1, RF2, RF3, and/or RF4, in degrees. This is the location in orbit of the satellite currently being used. The satellite position (in degrees) in combination with the direction (either E (East) or W (West)) denotes the satellite position the dish connected to the current RF Input should point.

  • Page 153

    Setting up Input Information The following table describes the Current Input Status information displayed: Parameter Description Downlink Frequency The current downlink frequency, in GHz. (GHz) L band Frequency (MHz) The current L-Band frequency, in MHz. Symbol Rate (Msym) Symbol rate of the received signal, in Msymbols/second. The FEC (Forward Error Correction) rate of the received signal (N/A, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 7/8, 8/9 or 9/10).

  • Page 154: Setting Up The Asi Input

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up the ASI Input From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Input Setup. The Input Setup page is displayed. Click on the ASI tab. Select Use ASI Input to tune to the ASI input.

  • Page 155

    Setting up Input Information Parameter Description ASI Transport Indicates the current transport synchronization status (Error, Ok, or N/A). ASI Packet Size (bytes) Indicates the packet size (in bytes) for the ASI input (188, 204, or N/A). Acquisition State Displays Full if the ASI and PSI tables have all been found. Otherwise, it will display Degraded if there are missing tables or None if no ASI or PSI tables have been found.

  • Page 156: Setting Up Si Receive Parameters

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up SI Receive Parameters From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Input Setup, expand Input Setup and then click SI Receive Setup. The SI Receive Setup page is displayed.

  • Page 157

    Setting up Input Information Set the Frequency Tuning Mode, which determines whether to use the NIT to tune to other transports, or to force the tuning to user configuration settings. Select NIT and the receiver can change tuning parameters to use all transports available in the NIT.

  • Page 158: Setting Up Muting Threshold Controls

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Muting Threshold Controls From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Input Setup, expand Input Setup and then click Muting Thresholds. The Muting Thresholds page is displayed. Select Enable Threshold Muting to mute the transport stream and audio in the event of an unstable, poor, or loss of signal condition.

  • Page 159

    Setting up Input Information The following displays the Transport Default C/N Margin Relationship: The Audio Mute for both DVB-S C/N Margin (dB) and DVB-S2 C/N Margin (dB) sets the DVB-S and DVB-S2 Carrier to Noise margins, in dB, below the audio outputs that will be muted.

  • Page 160: Viewing The Input Status

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the Input Status From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Input Setup > Input Status. The Input Status page is displayed. The Current Input Status section displays the same information shown in the Input Setup page.

  • Page 161: Setting Up The Channel Selections

    Setting up Input Information Setting up the Channel Selections From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Channel > Channel Selection. The Channel Selection page is displayed. Enter a channel number for up to 32 program entries. Alternatively, use the drop-down arrow to select an available channel.

  • Page 162: Viewing The Channel Status

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the Channel Status From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Channel > Channel Status. The Channel Status page is displayed. The following table describes the channel information displayed: Parameter...

  • Page 163

    Setting up Input Information Parameter Description SR Status Displays the status of an alternate authorized program/service from the same transport stream when the receiver is not authorized to view the primary program.This is an uplink initiated function that maps the alternate service to the original (primary) service PIDs, replacing the original service with the alternate service at the digital transport output.

  • Page 164: Configuring The Common Interface (ci) Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Configuring the Common Interface (CI) Information From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Conditional Access > CI Setup. The CI Setup page is displayed. Select Enable in the CI CAM QUERY Support drop-down to query the CAM prior to decryption to ensure that the card can be decrypted.

  • Page 165

    Setting up Input Information Select the CAM slot (CI Slot) to use for decryption. If you set the CI slot to AUTO for PE1, the software automatically assigns the slot capable of decrypting the stream. Note: If CI Slot is set to AUTO, Decrypt must be set to ON. Select TOP to use the top CAM slot for decryption or select BOTTOM to use the bottom CAM slot for decryption.

  • Page 166

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring If you set by Parameter Settings PID ID Set Mode to PID and enter PID number. Stream Type Set Mode to Stream, select Stream Category (AUD, VID, SUBT, TTX, or USER) and enter Stream Instance of the stream type. There is an additional configuration if you select user as the Stream Category (see below).

  • Page 167: Viewing The Common Interface (ci) Status

    Setting up Input Information Viewing the Common Interface (CI) Status From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Conditional Access, expand CI Setup and then click CI Status. The CI Status page is displayed. The following table describes the CI Status:...

  • Page 168: Viewing The Ca Status

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the CA Status From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Conditional Access > CA Status. The CA Status page is displayed. The following describes the columns in the CA Status table:...

  • Page 169: Setting Up The Biss Mode

    Setting up Input Information Setting up the BISS Mode From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Conditional Access > BISS. The BISS page is displayed. Select the Basic Interoperable Scrambling System (BISS) Mode for the receiver (Mode 1 or Mode E). All channels assigned to the PE identified as BISS CA- controlled in the PMT will be decrypted.

  • Page 170: Viewing The Psi Tables

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the PSI Tables From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Stream Details > PSI Tables. The PSI Tables page is displayed. You cannot make any changes in the PSI table and can only view the PSI tables received and their settings.

  • Page 171: Viewing Psi Frequency Information

    Setting up Input Information Viewing PSI Frequency Information From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Stream Details > PSI Frequency. The PSI Frequency page is displayed. You cannot make any changes in the PSI Frequency table and can only view the available frequency plans stored in the receiver.

  • Page 172: Viewing The Psi Channels

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the PSI Channels From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Stream Details > PSI Channel. The PSI Channel page is displayed. You cannot make any changes in the PSI Channel table and can only view the available channels and their settings.

  • Page 173: Viewing The Pid Input Status

    Setting up Input Information Viewing the PID Input Status From the user interface of the D9824, click Input > Stream Details > PID Input Status. The PID Input Status page is displayed. You cannot make any changes in the PID Input Status table and can only view the available channels and their settings.

  • Page 174: Setting Up Audio And Video Information

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Setting up the Video Parameters From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Audio & Video > Video Decoding. The Video Setup page is displayed. Select the Primary Video Output format for local decoding. The options are Auto, HD 720p, HD 1080i, or SD.

  • Page 175

    Setting up Audio and Video Information WSS Mode Description Passthrough Passes WSS unmodified as received by the receiver. Auto:Create Creates WSS to output the correct aspect ratio when performing aspect ratio conversion. Auto:Modify If WSS is present in the input stream, it is modified to output the correct aspect ratio when performing aspect ratio conversion.

  • Page 176: Setting Up Closed Caption Mode

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Closed Caption Mode From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Audio & Video, expand Video Decoding and then click Captions. The Captions page is displayed. In the Preferred Closed Caption Mode, select the type of closed captioning to use if there are multiple available in the stream.

  • Page 177: Setting Up Subtitles

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Setting up Subtitles From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Audio & Video, expand Video Decoding and then click Subtitles. The Subtitles page is displayed. Select the Subtitle Control to use to display the program subtitles. The following...

  • Page 178

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring BackGnd Option Description Shadow Applies an outline to the right side of each text character. No background box is applied to subtitles, i.e., text is visible directly on top of video. Opaque Applies a black box to each text character. Semi Applies a semi-transparent box to subtitle text.

  • Page 179: Setting Up Vbi

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Setting up VBI From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Audio & Video, expand Video Decoding and then click VBI. The VBI page is displayed. Select to enable Vertical Interval Test Signal (VITS) on PAL Lines 17, 18, 330, or 331.

  • Page 180: Setting Up Audio Parameters

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Audio Parameters From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Audio & Video > Audio Decoding. The Audio Decoding page is displayed. There are two audio settings. It allows you to configure the two balanced audio outputs on the rear panel (Audio 1 and Audio 2), known in the Web GUI as 1 and 2, respectively.

  • Page 181

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Audio Status Description Indicates the program PID number (1 to 8191). Language Indicates the language code. Format Indicates the format of the audio input stream. Bit Rate Displays the bit rate of the audio input stream, in kbps. Displays the sample rate of the input audio stream, in kHz (32, 44.1, or 48 KHz).

  • Page 182: Setting Up Cueing Parameters

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Cueing Parameters From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Other Outputs > Cueing. The Cueing page is displayed. In the Cueing Mode drop-down menu, select whether cueing output should be DTMF tones or trigger pins.

  • Page 183

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Select the Relay Mode that can be programmed to respond to an Alarm state, Warning statue, or the state of one of the eight cue trigger pins. The response is generated at the Cue Tone/Relay output on the rear panel of the receiver. The following table shows what the possible field settings are and their relationship to the receiver output: Relay Mode...

  • Page 184: Setting Up Cue Tone Test

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Cue Tone Test From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Other Outputs, expand Cueing and then click Cue Tone Test. The Cue Tone Test page is displayed.

  • Page 185: Setting Up Cue Tones

    Setting up Audio and Video Information Setting up Cue Tones From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Other Outputs, expand Cueing and then click Cue Tone. The Cue Tone page is displayed. The Sequence Number lists the tone sequences. The receiver supports up to 16 tone sequences.

  • Page 186: Setting Up Services To Be Decoded By The D9824 Receiver

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Services to be Decoded by the D9824 Receiver From the user interface of the D9824, click Audio & Video > Other Outputs > Decode Enables. The Decode Enables page is displayed.

  • Page 187: Configuring Transport Stream Information

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Configuring the ASI Output From the user interface of the D9824, click Transport Stream > Transport Handling > ASI Output. The ASI Output page is displayed. Note: After you make any changes, a successfully updated (session open) message appears.

  • Page 188

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring If the Rate Control was set to User, set the maximum output bit rate in the User Rate field. This setting is used when the signal source is RF or ASI and allows you to set the output bit rate to a value expected by equipment connected to the ASI output.

  • Page 189

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Descramble Description Descrambled Descrambles the output channel, and passes in-the-clear channels. Select Yes to insert null packets into the output to maintain output at a constant bit rate in the Null Packet Insertion drop-down menu. Otherwise, select No. The ASI Output Status section displays the current Output Rate (0 to 213 Mbps) and the available bit bandwidth (Free Bandwidth), in Mbps.

  • Page 190: Configuring The Dpm Asi Details

    The changes are displayed, but not saved. You must click Apply to save and apply the changes. From the user interface of the D9824, click Transport Stream > Transport Handling, expand ASI Output and then click Digital Program Mapping. The Digital Program Mapping page is displayed.

  • Page 191

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Click Edit. The DPM PE PID MAP window opens. Enter the Output Channel # you want to map to the input channel (Input Channel #). This value is only used if the PE Action was set to Map. You can enter a range from 1 to 65535.

  • Page 192

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring 16 To remove a PID mapping, select the entry you want to remove and click Delete. 17 In the DPM Program Entry Setup section, each PE output can be synchronized to its input according to one of the four output modes. Select the program entry you want to synchronize and then click Resynchronize or click Resynchronize All to synchronize the inputs to the outputs according to the service assignments only.

  • Page 193

    Select Mode-i and then click Mode-i Options to open the Mode-i Options (ASI) window. Mode-i is a customer-specific mode, only to be used if directed by Cisco. For more information, contact Cisco customer support.

  • Page 194

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Svc ID Description Valid Ch Only transmits the PSI tables for the mapped program if the program exists on the input stream. All Ch Transmits the PSI tables for the mapped program even if the program does not exist in the input stream.

  • Page 195: Configuring The Mpegoip Output

    Apply to save and apply your changes again Configuring the MPEGoIP Output From the user interface of the D9824, click Transport Stream > Transport Handling > MPEG over IP Output. The MPEG over IP Output page is displayed.

  • Page 196

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Note: After you make any changes, a successfully updated (session open) message appears. The changes are displayed, but not saved. You must click Apply to save and apply the changes. Note: Any changes made to the MOIP DPM values will automatically change the Output Mode to Full DPM Control, unless the output mode is set to No Output.

  • Page 197

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Output Mode Description No Output No MPEGoIP output will be generated. Passthrough The output will be identical to the input. The output channel will not be modified. PE/PID remapping options, PSI regeneration and User Rate are not supported in this mode.

  • Page 198

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring 10 Enter the Source UDP Port number (1 to 65535). 11 In the Send SAP drop-down list, select whether to send Session Announcement Protocol messages (Yes or No). 12 In the SAP ID Source drop-down field, select whether to send the user configured string, defined in the User SAP Identifier below, as the output stream name in a SAP announcement (Yes or No).

  • Page 199: Configuring The Dpm Mpegoip Output Details

    The changes are displayed, but not saved. You must click Apply to save and apply the changes. From the user interface of the D9824, click Transport Stream > Transport Handling, expand MPEG over IP Output and then click Digital Program Mapping.

  • Page 200

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring For each DPM Program Entry, it displays the input channel number (Chl #) and channel name (Name), whether the PE is passed, dropped, or mapped (Action), the output channel (Output Ch#), and the PMT PID (PMT PID). Note: Any changes made to the DPM Program Entry Setup configuration automatically changes the Output Mode to Full DPM Control in the MPEG over IP Output page.

  • Page 201

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Action Description Provides the flexibility to define all the outgoing PID numbers for a PE, including those not currently on transmission. 11 Enter a Stream Type to map within a PE to a specified PID (0 to 255). 12 Select the output program stream Category or service type.

  • Page 202

    Select Mode-i and then click Mode-i Options to open the Mode-i Options (MOIP) window. Mode-i is a customer-specific mode, only to be used if directed by Cisco. For more information, contact Cisco customer support.

  • Page 203

    Configuring Transport Stream Information Svc ID Description All Ch Transmits the PSI tables for the mapped program even if the program does not exist in the input stream. All Ch is only valid if the PAT, NIT, SDT and PMT are set to Regenerate.

  • Page 204

    Verify that you are receiving a valid signal and that you have set up the channels that you want to pass, drop, or map. From the user interface of the D9824, click Transport Stream. Click ASI Output. In the Output Mode drop-down, select Full DPM Control.

  • Page 205

    Configuring Transport Stream Information 11 Configure the input to output channel mapping in the Category drop-down. Video and PCR can be output on the same PID or different PIDs. If output on the same PID, they will appear identical to the input. 12 Click OK.

  • Page 206

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Parameter Description Drop 16 Click OK. 17 Click Apply. 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 207: Configuring System Settings

    Configuring System Settings Configuring System Settings Viewing the System Identification From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System > Identification. The Identification page is displayed. The System page displays the parameters associated with the D9824 system, such as serial number, model number, and user addresses.

  • Page 208: Viewing Hardware Features And Base License Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing Hardware Features and Base License Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System, expand Identification and then click Features/Licenses. The Features/Licenses page is displayed. The Hardware Features section displays the hardware options installed in the current D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver.

  • Page 209: Setting Up Ip Information

    Configuring System Settings Setting up IP Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System > IP Settings. The IP Settings page is displayed. In the top section, you can set the parameters for communicating with other equipment via the Ethernet Data and Management ports for IP applications and upgrading application software.

  • Page 210

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring The Protocol Control section allows you to control remote access protocols to the IRD (Telnet, SSH, DTX, HTTP, and SNMP). In the Telnet, SSH, DTX, and SNMP drop-down list, select Enable (default) to allow Telnet, Secure Shell, DTX, and/or SNMP connections.

  • Page 211: Setting Up Ip Routing Information

    Configuring System Settings Setting up IP Routing Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System, expand IP Settings and then click IP Routing. The IP Routing page is displayed. In the MPE Data Filter Model drop-down, set whether all the MPE data is forwarded to the network (Forward None or Forward All).

  • Page 212: Setting Up Snmp Information And Trap Destinations

    Setting up SNMP Information and Trap Destinations Proceed as follows to set up SNMP information: From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System, expand IP Settings and then click SNMP. The SNMP page is displayed. Set the Read Community String and the Write Community String to public (default) or custom string.

  • Page 213

    Configuring System Settings Adding a Trap Destination Click Add in the Trap Destination Configuration section. Type the Trap Destination IP Address that sets the destination for SNMP trap messages for system events (i.e. fault messages). You can enter up to 12 characters (e.g., 155.128.100.200).

  • Page 214: Configuring Time/clock Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Configuring Time/Clock Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > System > Time/Clock. The Time/Clock page is displayed. Set the Date Format of the receiver. The following formats are supported: YYYY_MM_DD, DD_MM_YYYY, MM_DD_YYYY.

  • Page 215: Viewing The Alarm/warning Status

    Configuring System Settings Viewing the Alarm/Warning Status From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Alarms > Status. The Status page is displayed. The Status page displays all the active event messages for the D9824 system. The Fault Summary section displays the Type of message (alarm or warning) and the number of alarms and warnings that have an active status (Number Active).

  • Page 216: Setting Up Alarms And Warnings

    Setting up Alarms and Warnings To Set Up Alarms From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Alarms > Setup. The Setup - Alarm Setup page is displayed. Select Enable Alarm/Warning Front Panel Reminder and the highest priority alarm flashes on the LCD display for a two-second interval every 10 seconds.

  • Page 217

    Alarm/Warning Front Panel Reminder is de-selected. The Warning Setup section displays a list of the warning messages. For more information on warning messages, refer to Messages (see "D9824 Alarm Messages" on page 222). Set Enable/Disable to Yes and the warning message will be reported. Set to No and the warning is disabled and the Relay and Trap settings are ignored.

  • Page 218

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring If current warning is enabled, set Trap to Yes and the SNMP trap message will be sent when the warning is set or cleared. Note: No is a read only value that indicates the setting is Yes, but is currently being suppressed because the warning is disabled (Enb is set to No).

  • Page 219: Viewing Alarm/warning History

    Configuring System Settings Viewing Alarm/Warning History From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Alarms > History. The History page is displayed. The Alarm and Warning History page displays all the past system event messages and their set and cleared dates and times. For more information on the alarm messages, refer to D9824 Alarm Messages (on page 222).

  • Page 220: Viewing Version Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing Version Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Versions > Versions. The Versions page is displayed. The Software Versions section displays the currently running loaded application version number, the factory loaded application version number, and the Host Boot version numbers.

  • Page 221

    You can sort the columns by clicking on the column headings. Click Export to save the history information to a file. In the Download APP section, click Browse to select the new version of the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver’s software application. The Choose File dialog opens.

  • Page 222: Setting Up Import/export Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Setting up Import/Export Information From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Settings File > Import/Export. The Import/Export page is displayed. In the Device Settings File Transfer section, you can export and/or import device settings and transport network information.

  • Page 223

    Configuring System Settings Note: The FTP Password is not retained in the receiver. You must re-enter the password before initiating the backup or restore operation. Set the FTP Port Number of the FTP server used to store the backup/restore file. You can enter a port number in the range from 1 to 65535.

  • Page 224: Viewing The Backup/restore Status

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the Backup/Restore Status From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Settings File > Status. The Status page is displayed. The following table displays the Settings File Backup/Restore/Operation History...

  • Page 225: Managing D9824 Web Gui Accounts

    (for example, User and Guest) are only allowed to modify their own passwords. Configuring the User Login Passwords From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Security/Accounts > Account Management. The Account Management page is displayed. To configure the password complexity for all users: Note: This feature is only available to a user with Admin privileges only.

  • Page 226

    It cannot contain username or reversed  username. It cannot contain any of the following strings:  cisco, sciatl, ocsic, ltaics, atlsci, icslta, or any string achieved by full or partial capitalization of letters. No letter is repeated more than three times in a ...

  • Page 227

    Configuring System Settings In the Re-enter New Password, type the new login password again to confirm. Once the password change is successful, the user will be directed to the login screen to re-enter their username and password. Note: The Enter New Password and Re-enter New Password should be identical. Each user, including the admin user, can only modify their own password.

  • Page 228

    Note: The New Password and Confirm New Password should be identical. In the Administrator Password field, enter your Administrator password used to log on to the D9824 web GUI. In the Account Type drop-down list, select User, Admin, or Guest. The following...

  • Page 229: Configuring Lock Level Settings

    Select the Lock Level which restricts access and prevents unauthorized changes to the receiver settings (0, 1, 2, or 3). The default setting is 0. Note: For details on the four lock levels, see D9824 Receiver Lock Levels (on page 294).

  • Page 230

    Important: Proceed with caution when changing the password as this operation cannot be undone. If the password is lost or is unavailable, contact Cisco customer support. In the Lock Level Settings page, click Change Lock Level Password. The Change Lock Level Password window is displayed.

  • Page 231: Configuring Front Panel Settings

    Configuring System Settings Configuring Front Panel Settings From the user interface of the D9824, click System Settings > Security/Accounts > Front Panel. The Front Panel page is displayed. Select the Enable Automatic Front Panel Keyboard Lock to enable the front panel keypad lock state.

  • Page 232: Viewing Support Information

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing Support Information Viewing Contact Information From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Contact > Contact Information. The Contact Information page is displayed. The Contact Information page displays all the Cisco customer support information.

  • Page 233: Viewing Diagnostic Logs

    Viewing Support Information Viewing Diagnostic Logs From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Logs > Diagnostic Logs. The Diagnostic Logs page is displayed. The Diagnostic Logs page displays all the system log messages with their dates and times.

  • Page 234: Viewing The Usage Counters

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing the Usage Counters From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Logs > Usage Counters. The Usage Counters page is displayed. The following table describes the Usage Counter Information: Device Status Information Description Production Date &...

  • Page 235

    Viewing Support Information Device Status Information Description Last Reset Reason Displays the reason for the last restart, i.e., power cycle or manual reset. Click Clear Reset Counter to clear the Clearable Reset Counter field and it resets the counter back to 0. 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 236: Viewing Temperatures

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Viewing Temperatures From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Logs > Fans & Temperatures.The Fans & Temperatures page is displayed. The Board Temperature section displays the current operating temperature (Current), the maximum operating temperature (Maximum) that has been reached, and the average operating temperature (Average).

  • Page 237

    Viewing Support Information Viewing Alarm/Warning History From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Logs > Alarm History. The Alarm History page is displayed. The Alarm and Warning History page displays all the past system event messages and their set and cleared dates and times. For more information on the alarm messages, refer to D9824 Alarm Messages (on page 222).

  • Page 238: Loading A Software Version

    Chapter 5 Web GUI Setup and Monitoring Loading a Software Version From the user interface of the D9824, click Support > Service Actions > Service Actions. The Service Actions page is displayed. The S/W Version drop-down list allows you to select/load a different application version to your receiver.

  • Page 239

    For FPGA downloads, you must click Reboot Receiver to manually reboot the D9824 receiver and complete the download. This is to facilitate the typical case in which the user intends to flash the FPGA file (no auto reboot) followed by an APP download (auto reboot).

  • Page 241: Chapter 6 Service And Maintenance

    Overview This chapter gives information to assist you in upgrading firmware to the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. It also describes how the status of the D9824 receiver is communicated via front panel LEDs. In This Chapter  Front Panel LEDs ................220 ...

  • Page 242

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Front Panel LEDs To help signal the status of operation or the presence of an alarm, the D9824 receiver makes use of front panel LEDs. The photograph below shows the location of the LEDs on the front panel of the D9824 receive.

  • Page 243

    Front Panel LEDs Signal State/Color Explanation Off indicates all of the following conditions: no RF input signal is available, enabled or  detected, or the input is muted. no ASI input is present.  no valid inputs are available.  78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 244: D9824 Alarm Messages

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance D9824 Alarm Messages The status of the D9824 receiver and its immediate surroundings is reported to the front panel in the form of messages and alarms. You can enable or disable messages in the Alarm/Warning settings.

  • Page 245

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Signal Status ASI Signal - No Cause: Loss of ASI Link Minor Content ASI/RF lock. Loss Locked, but no of Transport data. TS content. Invalid frequency parameters. External to IRD.

  • Page 246

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Signal Status Clear Tuning Tuning Minor Parameters Valid parameters are valid PE n: ISE Not Channel is not Cause: The Program Minor Auth authorized channel is unauthorized unauthorized for because the tier the current bits do not...

  • Page 247

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type PE n: ISE Not Channel uses an Cause: Non-SA Minor Auth unknown CA Conditional access conditional system not supported. access system. Remedy: Contact your (uplink) service provider to determine whether you are...

  • Page 248

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type PE n: ISE Not Channel Cause: Uplink Uplink Minor Auth Unavailable - LEC configuration configuration timeout issue. issue. Remedy: Contact your (uplink) service provider to determine whether the LEC GDS data is being provided in the stream.

  • Page 249

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type CI Bottom Slot Initialization Fail Cause: CAM is Initialization of Major Status damaged or not CAM in bottom fully inserted, slot failed. hardware issue, CAM software crash or you don't...

  • Page 250

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type PE n CI Status 1 or more ES Not Cause: Hardware At least 1 Major Descrambled issue, CAM elementary software crash or stream is not you don't have descrambled, subscription rights but the CAM is...

  • Page 251

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Digital Mode-i PMT out Cause: Uplink PMT PID to be Major Program of range settings may have used for Mode- Mapping changed since i is outside of setting up the unit.

  • Page 252

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown User requested Cause: User Runnable Major Event APP change request requires application reboot or internal change requires system error. reboot. Remedy: If it is an internal system error fault, clear alarms, reset the unit, notify...

  • Page 253

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown User requested Cause: User Restore Major Event service restore request requires operation reboot or internal required restart system error. Remedy: If it is an internal system error fault, clear...

  • Page 254

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown osal_SetDataForAl Cause: Possible Application Major Event lTasks software issue. initialization error. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown aw_LoadFaultList Cause: Possible Application Major Event software issue.

  • Page 255

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown dprm startup Cause: Possible Application Major Event software issue. initialization error. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown dprm clear startup Cause: Possible Application...

  • Page 256

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown Memory allocation Cause: Possible Application Major Event error on DB table software issue. initialization construction error. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown DB_Table_Cl::add Cause: Possible...

  • Page 257

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown Memory Error: Cause: Possible Application Major Event AAA, Phase X software issue. initialization error. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown Time Control Cause: Possible...

  • Page 258

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown http_init4: Cause: Possible Application Major Event FAILED to software issue. initialization allocate scratch error. Remedy: Clear buffer alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown HTTP - Cause: Possible Application...

  • Page 259

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown VBI DB allocation Cause: Possible Application Major Event failed software issue. initialization error. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. Shutdown VBI Status DB Cause: Possible...

  • Page 260

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Shutdown Watchdog 'AAA' Cause: Possible Software Major Event has expired software issue. detected an error in Remedy: Clear operation. alarms, reset unit, notify customer service if problem persists. System Startup Set System Startup Cause: The unit...

  • Page 261

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type LMI setup LMI SDRAM Cause: Hardware DDR RAM on Major exhaust test failed issue. LMI bus not working. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 262

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Param Storage DB Total Reset in Cause: Standard Non-volatile Major progress operation. storage system operation in Remedy: Clear progress. alarms, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 263

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Param Storage DB Populate failed Cause: Hardware Non-volatile Major issue. storage system failed during Remedy: Clear operation. alarms, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists. Param Storage...

  • Page 264

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Flash RECORD Cause: Hardware Major STORAGE MANAGER: issue. Corruption, Record contents and loss of Remedy: check error, configuration Clear alarms, reset erasing all data the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 265

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type LNB PS LNBPS: Over Cause: Possible LNB power Minor Loaded wiring or overload hardware issue. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists. LNB PS...

  • Page 266

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Signal Quality Poor Quality RF Cause: RF Signal Signal is locked Minor Signal quality is poor due but BER is to interference or beyond muting signal level issues. threshold.

  • Page 267

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type DL:NVS Flash APP/SAT7109/PP Cause: Possible Failed to read Major Failure C CRC/Write has hardware or or write flash Failed software issue. memory Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, and notify customer service if problem persists.

  • Page 268

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type FPGA Temperature over Cause: Room FPGA Major Temperature Alarm threshold temperature too temperature is Alarm high, or air flow is above safe blocked. operating range. Remedy: Check openings on front and rear panels for blockage.

  • Page 269

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type MPoIP Status MPEGoIP Cause: Uplink Current Minor Overflow. Output settings may have transport rate Muted. Reduce changed since exceeds content. setup of the unit. configured rate Variable Bit for MPEG over Rate/Statmuxed IP output.

  • Page 270

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Boot Host FLASH Not Cause: Hardware Flash memory Major Found issue not detected. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists. Boot Host EMI SDRAM Test Cause: Hardware RAM Failure -...

  • Page 271

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Boot Secondary Set FLASH Not Cause: Hardware Flash memory Major Found issue. not detected. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists. Boot Secondary Set...

  • Page 272

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type Decoder DB Startup failed Cause: Hardware Transfer of Major Processor Start issue. operational parameters to Remedy: Clear secondary alarms, reset the processor unit, and notify failed. customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 273

    D9824 Alarm Messages Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type FPGA status FPGA Init failed to Cause: Hardware FPGA setup Major go high issue. failure or the FPGA binary Remedy: Clear identity does alarms, reset the not match the unit, notify FPGA registers.

  • Page 274: Warnings

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Alarm Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Severity Type FPGA status FPGA ID does not Cause: Hardware FPGA setup Major match FPGA issue. failure or the DESIGNATION FPGA binary Remedy: Clear identity does alarms, reset the not match the unit, notify FPGA registers.

  • Page 275

    D9824 Alarm Messages Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type Transport Error Continuity Count Cause: Possible uplink Transport packet Error or signal issue. continuity count jumped. Possible Remedy: Clear packet loss. warnings, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 276

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type Transport Error Clear Transport Rate Trap expires after 30 Error: FPGA seconds. Overflow Cleared CI Status Different CA Cause: Different CA Different CA Systems Systems in systems are used in the in Top/Bottom slots.

  • Page 277

    D9824 Alarm Messages Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type VBI Data 2nd VBI PID Cause: Uplink Conflicting VBI data attempt to write configuration issue. on second VBI PID. same line Remedy: Contact uplink to verify expected VBI settings. VBI Data...

  • Page 278

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type SDT timeout # sdt # is lost Cause: Uplink is not No longer receiving sending or is sending Service Description. intermittently. Remedy: Clear warning. If the problem persists, determine if uplink is sending the current SI information table.

  • Page 279

    D9824 Alarm Messages Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type PAT timeout # pat # is lost Cause: Uplink is not No longer receiving sending or is sending Program Association intermittently. Table. Remedy: Clear warning. If the problem persists, determine if uplink is sending the current SI information table.

  • Page 280

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type CAT timeout # cat is lost Cause: Uplink is not No longer receiving sending or is sending Conditional Access intermittently. Table. Remedy: Clear warning. If the problem persists, determine if uplink is sending the current SI information table.

  • Page 281

    D9824 Alarm Messages Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type MCT Timeout # Set mct # is lost Cause: Uplink is not No longer receiving sending or is sending Inband Control Table. intermittently. Remedy: Clear warning. If the problem persists, determine if uplink is sending the current SI information table.

  • Page 282

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type Memory Usage Excessive Cause: Possible software Software exceeding Secondary (stack/partition) issue. allowable memory memory usage usage. Remedy: Clear warnings, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 283

    D9824 Alarm Messages Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type FW: Resource Memory or List Cause: Possible software Software exceeding Use Second Near Full issue. allowable usage of internal constructs. Remedy: Clear warnings, reset the unit, and notify customer service if the problem persists.

  • Page 284

    Chapter 6 Service and Maintenance Warning Message Message Cause/Remedy Description Type Restore Failure Bad Content Cause: Import file may Item in import file is Reason be corrupted, or from a not valid for this different version of software and import application software.

  • Page 285: Chapter 7 Customer Information

    Chapter 7 Customer Information If You Have Questions If you have technical questions, call Cisco Services for assistance. Follow the menu options to speak with a service engineer. Access your company's extranet site to view or order additional technical publications. For accessing instructions, contact the representative who handles your account.

  • Page 287: Appendix A Technical Specifications

    Appx auto letter Appendix A Technical Specifications Introduction This appendix contains the technical specifications for the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. Note: The technical specifications are subject to change without prior notice. In This Appendix  L-Band Input and Processing ............266 ...

  • Page 288: L-band Input And Processing

    Appendix A Technical Specifications L-Band Input and Processing General Parameter Specification System MPEG-2/DVB Compatible DVB-S EN 300 421, EN 300 468 Demodulation DVB-S QPSK, DVB-S2 QPSK and 8PSK Number of RF Inputs 4 (only one active at a time) LNB LO Stability DVB-S and DVB-S2 Symbol Rate Stability...

  • Page 289: Lnb Power And Control

    L-Band Input and Processing LNB Power and Control Parameter Specification Voltage 13 V Vertical/circular right, (RF1to RF3, RF4 does not 18 V Horizontal/circular left have an LNB supply) Current 350 mA maximum LNB Alarms: No load - 6 mA Overload - 360 mA minimum DVB-S/DVB-S2 DVB-S/DVB-S2 Satellite Receiver Parameter...

  • Page 290

    Linear Channel and IF (BW = Symbol Rate) Loop configuration C/N = Eb/No + 10 log (2 x FEC X 188/204) The D9824 receiver displays the C/N Ratio. DVB-S2 Error Rate Performance Es/No (C/N) Ratio Mode Simulated Es/No (dB) for...

  • Page 291

    L-Band Input and Processing Mode Simulated Es/No (dB) for Typical Performance (dB) in FEC Frame length = 64,800 Linear Channel and IF Loop configuration QPSK 4/5 4.68 QPSK 5/6 5.18 QPSK 8/9 6.20 QPSK 9/10 6.42 8PSK 3/5 5.50 8PSK 2/3 6.62 8PSK 3/4 7.91...

  • Page 292: Video Inputs/outputs And Processing

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Video Inputs/Outputs and Processing General Parameter Specification System MPEG-2/DVB Compatible EN 300 421, EN 300 468 Video Outputs Analog SD Video Output Item Test Signal Specification CVBS1 Specification CVBS2 Number of One SD source One SD source program Channels program Video...

  • Page 293

    Video Inputs/Outputs and Processing Item Test Signal Specification CVBS1 Specification CVBS2 Frequency FCC multi-burst 0.5 MHz, 0 dB 0.5 MHz, 0 dB Response 1.25 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.2 dB 1.25 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.2 dB 2 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.2 dB 2 MHz, 0 dB ±...

  • Page 294

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Item Test Signal Specification CVBS1 Specification CVBS2 Frequency VITS18 0.5 MHz, 0 dB 0.5 MHz, 0 dB Response 1 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.2 dB 1 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.2 dB 2 MHz, 0 dB ± 0.3 dB 2 MHz, 0 dB ±...

  • Page 295: Audio Outputs

    Video Inputs/Outputs and Processing Linearity 5-step Interchannel Delay 100% Color Bars 2 ns 2 ns DC Offset ± 50 mV ± 50 mV Return Loss DC to 30 MHz, -20 dB DC to 30 MHz, -20 dB Aspect Ratio Item Specification Aspect Ratio Conversions for Down- Aspect Ratio Conversions for SD Programs...

  • Page 296

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Item Specification DVB Scrambling BISS Mode 1, BISS Mode E DVB-CI (Future Use) Interface: 2 CI slots - EN 50221 CA Method: Multicrypt, Simulcrypt, Roscrypt (CI only supports one Roscrypt CAM at a time) CAS: Irdeto, Viaccess, Nagravision, Conax CAS: MediaGuard, Cryptoworks available in an anticipated future software release Note: Viasat (uses NDS/VideoGuard) only authorizes decoders...

  • Page 297: Transport Stream Outputs

    Transport Stream Outputs Transport Stream Outputs ASI Output Item Specification Number of outputs Type of connector 75 ohms BNC Output impedance 75 ohms according to EN 50083-9 Data amplitude 800 mV peak-peak ± 10% according to EN 50083- Return loss >17 dB, 27 to 270 MHz Transport stream bit rate 1 to 120 Mbit/s ±...

  • Page 298

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Item Specification Type of connector RJ-45, 100/1000 BaseT Output modes IPv4 datagrams IP Addressing Multicast TS Input up to 5 PIDs Bit Rate up to 10 Mbps (for 1500 byte packets) 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 299: Control, Management And Data Interfaces

    Control, Management and Data Interfaces Control, Management and Data Interfaces Ethernet Management Interface Item Specification Number of connectors Type of connector Eight-pin RJ-45 Ethernet type 100/1000 BaseT Required setup IP address, default gateway and subnet mask Alarm Interface Item Specification Number of outputs 1, with one set of contacts closed and one set open during normal operation.

  • Page 300: Power And General Specifications

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Power and General Specifications General Item Specification 2 lines of 40 characters, backlit LCD. Keypad Arrow keys, 0 to 9, SELECT, MENU, INFO, ADV, MAP, APPLY and NAV keys. LEDs Green LED for Signal status. Red LED for Alarm indication.

  • Page 301: Mechanical

    Power and General Specifications Mechanical Item Specification Height 1 U (4.37 cm) (1.72”) Width 44.07 cm (17.35”) Depth 35.0 cm (13.78“) Weight 4.5 kg (10 lb.) Environment Item Specification Storage General The product is within the original packaging. Humidity 5 - 95% non-condensing Temperature -20 - +70°C (-4 to 158°F) Operation...

  • Page 303: Appendix B Default Settings

    Appx auto letter Appendix B Default Settings Introduction The D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver is factory configured with default settings unless you have requested a custom factory configuration. This appendix lists the factory default settings. In This Appendix  Factory Default Settings ..............282 ...

  • Page 304: Factory Default Settings

    Appendix B Default Settings Factory Default Settings Administration Parameter Default Lock Level Password 1234 KB Lock Disable KB Lock Timeout LCD Contrast DL Mode Always Date Format YYY_MM_DD Time Format 24 Hr GMT Off +05.30 RF Input Parameter Default Tune Mode Basic CA Ctl Select...

  • Page 305: Tune Mode

    Factory Default Settings Parameter Default InputIQ Auto NetID LNB Power 22kHz Tune Mode Parameter Default Service List Mode Rigorous Frequency Tuning Use BAT in Service List Use NIT in Service List Use SDT in Service List Use PAT in Service List Note: A factory reset does not change the IP settings.

  • Page 306: Video

    Appendix B Default Settings Parameter Default Password Complexity Full Complexity Checking Video Parameter Default PV Format Auto SD Format Auto Tri-Synch (Front Panel only) Disabled TV A/R Convert None WSS Mode Passthrough Audio Parameter Default Stereo/Mono Stereo AC3 Compression RF Mode Left (dB) Right (dB) PMT Source...

  • Page 307: Cueing

    Factory Default Settings Parameter Default ForeGnd Auto BackGnd Auto Parameter Default Decrypt CI Slot Query Disabled Auto Reset Disabled List Mgmt AddDel TS_ON_ID Disable Cueing Parameter Default Cueing Mode Trigger Trigger Polarity High Repeat Tone (ms) Silence (ms) Relay Mode Alarm Cue Trigger Bit State...

  • Page 308

    User Rate Output Mode No Output Descramble Mode Descrambled Insert Null Packet Instance Name MPEG over IP 1 MOIP Send SAP SAP ID Cisco Default SAP DestAddr 225.1.1.1 UDPPort 49152 SrcPort TS/IP Min IP/s PCR@IP Start Mgmt Port Mode No Output...

  • Page 309

    Factory Default Settings DPM - ASI Parameter Default 8192 Drop OutCh 8191 Map Mode SVC ID & PID Duplic Mode Pkt Copy Unref Drop PSI Options Drop All PSI Rate SA Std Service ID Valid Ch Pass Pass Pass TSDT Pass Pass NITO...

  • Page 310: Noise Cutoff

    Appendix B Default Settings Parameter Default Pass Noise Cutoff Parameter Default Trnsprt (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Cutoff Trnsprt (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Restore 0.1 Audio (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Cutoff Audio (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Restore Muting Control Enable 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 311: Dpm Default Settings For Different Output Modes

    DPM Default Settings for Different Output Modes DPM Default Settings for Different Output Modes The DPM parameters are preset to default settings for each DPM Output Mode. The default settings for particular Output modes have been preset to optimize the output when PID mapping is required.

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    Appendix B Default Settings Output Mode No Output Passthrough Service MAP Svc Full DPM Chans Only Passthrough Chans Only Control If Descramble If Descramble If Descramble If Descramble Actual Displayed Mode is set to Mode is set to Mode is set to Mode is set to Value Descrambled,...

  • Page 313

    Value PE Action (all Drop Pass Pass Actual PEs) Value The following table contains values passed to the DPM for the D9824 MOIP only: Output Mode SPTS Service Chans SPTS MAP Svc SPTS Full DPM Only Chans Only Control Map Mode Svc ID &...

  • Page 314

    Appendix B Default Settings Output Mode SPTS Service Chans SPTS MAP Svc SPTS Full DPM Only Chans Only Control NITO Drop Drop Actual Value Regen Regen Actual Value SDTO Drop Drop Actual Value Drop Drop Actual Value Pass Pass Actual Value Pass Drop Actual Value...

  • Page 315: Appendix C Lock Levels

    Appx auto letter Appendix C Lock Levels Introduction This appendix contains the lock levels for the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. In This Appendix  D9824 Receiver Lock Levels .............. 294 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 316: D9824 Receiver Lock Levels

    Appendix C Lock Levels D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Four (4) lock levels (0, 1, 2, 3, and 4) are available for protecting your receiver and its settings against unauthorized use or modification (see the table below for full details). Level...

  • Page 317: Closed Caption

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Closed Caption Parameter Lock Level Preferred Mode Subtitles Parameter Lock Level Op Mode Lang Menu Lang List PMT Order Manual Entry Imitext Position Foreground Background Download Parameter Lock Level Mode DL Type DL Bank Command Runnable Application...

  • Page 318: Runnable Fpga

    Appendix C Lock Levels Runnable FPGA Parameter Lock Level Index Select Erase Audio Parameter Lock Level Audio Sel Key Mode AC3 Comp Left Right PMT Source PV Muting Thresholds Parameter Lock Level Transport Cutoff Transport Restore Audio Cutoff Audio Restore LDPC Muting Thresholds Parameter Lock Level...

  • Page 319: Muting Thresholds

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Parameter Lock Level Audio Restore Muting Thresholds Parameter Lock Level Restore Defaults Control Fixed PID Parameter Lock Level Ch Stream IDX Stream Type Parameter Lock Level Port ID Key Name V4 IP Addr V4 Mask V4 Def Gateway...

  • Page 320: Trap Destination

    Appendix C Lock Levels Parameter Lock Level Sys Name Sys Location Sys Contact Trap Destination Parameter Lock Level Index IP Addr Active Settings Parameter Lock Level ACQ Mode CA Mode Input Sel Freq Sel Ser List Mode Use BAT Use NIT Use SDT Use PAT Active Tuning...

  • Page 321: Active Inputs

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Parameter Lock Level Input Modulation Frequency Sym Rate LNB Power Polarization 22 kHz Tone Rolloff Active Inputs Parameter Lock Level RF Sel Key LNB Type LNB Trim1 LNB Trim2 Crossover LO Select LOF1 LOF2 Orbital Pos...

  • Page 322: Biss

    Appendix C Lock Levels BISS Parameter Lock Level Mode BISS 1 SW BISS E SW BISS E ID Program Entry Parameter Lock Level PE Index Channel Num CA Resource Resource ID CH Cmd Program Status Parameter Lock Level PE Index Channel Num Decode Enable Parameter...

  • Page 323: Power On

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Power On Parameter Lock Level Clr Reset Count User Setting Parameter Lock Level Date Format Time Format GMT Offset KB Lock Enable KB Lock Timeout M1 Port Type M2 Port Type Contrast Menu Type Clear ADP...

  • Page 324: Dpm Transmit

    Appendix C Lock Levels DPM Transmit Parameter Lock Level Output Mode Descramble Mode Rate Ctrl Rate Ins Null Pkt DPM Global Configuration Parameter Lock Level Instance ID Instance Name Map Mode Dup Method Reg Rate Unref Content PSI Output PSI PAT PSI CAT PSI PMT PSI TSDT...

  • Page 325

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Parameter Lock Level PSI RST PSI TOT PSI DIT PSI SIT PSI ECM PSI EMM PSI DRT PSI CDT Svc ID Output Modified Activate DPM PE Maps Parameter Lock Level Instance ID Action PMT PID Output Channel...

  • Page 326: Ip Configuration

    Appendix C Lock Levels Parameter Lock Level Stream CAT Stream Inst Action Output PID IP Configuration Parameter Lock Level Enabled Instance Name TP Proto Dest Addr SAP Multicast IP Addr Dest Port Src Port Min IP Per Sec PCR Addition PCR @IP Start Send SAP SAP ID...

  • Page 327: Warning Setting

    D9824 Receiver Lock Levels Warning Setting Parameter Lock Level Name Enable Relay Trap Fault Status Parameter Lock Level Text ID Fault Num Name Type Severity Last Date Time Trap State Details Relay Fault History Parameter Lock Level Sequence Name Type...

  • Page 328: Log History

    Appendix C Lock Levels Log History Parameter Lock Level Sequence Cur Date Cur Time Message 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 329: Appendix D Compliance

    Appx auto letter Appendix D Compliance Introduction This appendix contains the compliance information for the D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver. Appe In This Appendix  Applicable Standards and Notices ........... 308  Declaration of Conformity ..............310 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 330: Safety

    Compliance Applicable Standards and Notices Safety The D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver has been approved for safety by the Standards Council of Canada and the OHSA (NRTL) Accredited Testing Laboratory to the following standards: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60065-03 Incl. AM1 - Audio, Video and Similar Electronic Apparatus - Safety Requirements UL Std.

  • Page 331: Fcc Notices

    Applicable Standards and Notices FCC Notices This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when operated in a residential installation.

  • Page 332: Declaration Of Conformity

    Appendix D Compliance Declaration of Conformity 78-4039426-01 Rev D...

  • Page 333: Index

    Alarm Interface • 277 Configuring Transport Stream Information • 165 Alarm Setting • 304 Alarms • 222 Connecting AC Power to the D9824 Receiver • Alarms/Warnings • 116 Connecting the ASI Input • 21 Analog Audio Outputs • 273 Connecting the ASI Output • 23 Analog SD Video Output •...

  • Page 334

    Maintenance of EMC Compliance • 2 External Alarm System Connector • 23 Mechanical • 279 MOIP1 • 91 Mounting the D9824 Receiver to a Rack • 17 Factory Default Settings • 282 MPE Output • 13, 275 Fault History • 305 MPEGoIP Output •...

  • Page 335

    Index Program PIDs • 48 Program Status • 49, 300 Protocols • 68 To Change the Download Application • 216 PSI - Channels • 117 To Set Up Warnings • 195 PSI - Frequency Plan • 117 Top/Bottom Slot • 85 PSI - Tables •...

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