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INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
WAYSIDE ACCESS GATEWAY (WAG) A53457
JUNE 2006, REVISED JUNE 2014
DOCUMENT NO. COM-00-05-16
VERSION C.1
Siemens Industry, Inc., Rail Automation
9568 Archibald Ave., Suite 100,
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730
1-800-793-7233
Copyright © 2014 Siemens Industry, Inc., Rail Automation
All rights reserved
PRINTED IN U.S.A.

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    WAYSIDE ACCESS GATEWAY (WAG) A53457 JUNE 2006, REVISED JUNE 2014 DOCUMENT NO. COM-00-05-16 VERSION C.1 Siemens Industry, Inc., Rail Automation 9568 Archibald Ave., Suite 100, Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730 1-800-793-7233 Copyright © 2014 Siemens Industry, Inc., Rail Automation All rights reserved PRINTED IN U.S.A.

  • Page 2: Proprietary Information

    TRANSLATIONS The manuals and product information of Siemens are intended to be produced and read in English. Any translation of the manuals and product information are unofficial and can be imprecise and inaccurate in whole or in part. Siemens does not warrant the accuracy, reliability,...

  • Page 3: Document History

    DOCUMENT HISTORY Version Release Date Details of Change September2005 New manual to replace SIG-00-04-22. March 2006 Updated title page and all page footers to indicate ‘B’ Version of document. Page xi, GLOSSARY • Reworded definition for ‘DNS’ to read “…(Also known as Domain Name System)…”...

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    Page 2-7, paragraph 2.3, EQUIPMENT CONNECTION TO WAG • Added subparagraph 2.3.6, Office System Interface Configuration, including Figure 2-7 to support text Page 2-8, paragraph 2.4, CONFIGURATION USING TERMINAL EMULATION SOFTWARE, Step 3 • Added note “If the screen shown in figure 2-9…” Page 2-9, paragraph 2.4, CONFIGURATION USING TERMINAL EMULATION SOFTWARE, Step 4 •...

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    • Changed second paragraph to read, “If a user…21 bits…display 255.255.248.000.” Page 2-30, paragraph 2.6, CONFIGURATION OF THE WAG • Added subparagraph 2.6.16 WAG Circuit ID with appropriate figures Page 2-32, paragraph 2.6, CONFIGURATION OF THE WAG • Added subparagraph 2.6.17 Routing Region Domain 1 with appropriate figures Page 2-34, paragraph 2.6, CONFIGURATION OF THE WAG •...

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    • Added subparagraph 2.6.28 Primary and Secondary DNS with appropriate figures Page 2-43, Table 2-2 • Changed table section headings to read, “Settings on First Configuration Screen” and “Settings on Second Configuration Screen” • Reset left justification for verbiage in the first, left-hand cell of the table.

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    to Data Mode) “(if the serial interface is configured…” and added note “Configuration changes are made with the WAG in Command Mode…..” Page 3-17, paragraph 3.20 • Designated Log Entries matrix as Table 3-2, Log Entry Descriptions Page 3-21, Table 3-2 •...

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    • Added full name to acronym at the first occurrence. • Added “(which defaults to 10023)” • Added “(usually 10023)” Page 1-6 • Added full name to acronym at the first occurrence. Page 1-7 through 1-11 • Added paragraph 1.5 through paragraph 1.9 and figures 1-4 to 1-6. Page 1-11 •...

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    Page 2-16 • Updated figure 2-15 with new screen shot. Page 2-17 • Added paragraphs entitled Serial Telnet While in Genisys ATCS Mode and Serial Telnet While in HDLC Mode. • Added “An Example of” to figure 2-16 and updated the figure with new artwork.

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    Changed paragraph 6.2 to read “7” instead of “6”. • Added number 7 and text to Table 6-1 table. Page 6-2 • Updated figure 6-3 with new screen shot. June 2014 Rebrand for Siemens Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 11: Notes, Cautions, And Warnings

    PRECEDENCE OVER NOTES AND ALL OTHER INFORMATION, EXCEPT WARNINGS. NOTE Generally used to highlight certain information relating to the topic under discussion. If there are any questions, contact Siemens Industry Inc., Rail Automation Application Engineering. Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 12: Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions

    (ESD) during the handling, shipping, and storage of electronic modules and components. Siemens Industry, Inc., Rail Automation has instituted these practices at its manufacturing facility and encourages its customers to adopt them as well to lessen the likelihood of equipment damage in the field due to ESD.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ................. ii TRANSLATIONS ....................ii WARRANTY INFORMATION................ii SALES AND SERVICE LOCATIONS ..............ii DOCUMENT HISTORY ..................iii NOTES, CAUTIONS, AND WARNINGS ............. xi ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PRECAUTIONS ........xii LIST OF FIGURES ................... xvi LIST OF TABLES .....................

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    PRE-STARTUP ....................2-1 HARDWARE INSTALLATION ................2-1 2.2.1 Hardware Mounting ..................2-1 2.2.2 Wiring ......................2-1 EQUIPMENT CONNECTION TO WAG ............2-2 2.3.1 Connecting to Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325 ..........2-2 2.3.2 Connecting to an Ethernet Hub ................ 2-3 2.3.3 Connecting to an Ethernet Hub and Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325 .....

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    2.6.29 Primary and Secondary DNS ................. 2-44 2.6.30 Default IP Gateway ..................2-46 2.6.31 WAG Site ID ....................2-48 2.6.32 Route RAW Echelon: No ................2-48 2.6.33 Route Unknown Outbound Echelon: No ............2-49 2.6.34 Telnet Password: Disabled ................2-50 2.6.35 RS485 J1/J2 Jumper Detect: Enabled ............

  • Page 16: List Of Figures

    DEVICES NOT TALKING TO EACH OTHER ON NETWORK ......4-1 ENTRIES NOT IN ROUTING TABLE ............... 4-1 WAG LIGHTS ARE OFF .................. 4-4 WAG WILL NOT COMPLETE THE BOOT PROCESS ........4-4 BOOT MENU DOES NOT APPEAR ..............4-5 CANNOT TELNET TO WAG ................4-6 MULTIPLE WAGs HAVE SAME IP ADDRESS ..........

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    Figure 2-9. First Configuration Menu ......................2-9 Figure 2-10. Second Configuration Menu ....................2-10 Figure 2-11. Third Configuration Menu ...................... 2-10 Figure 2-12. Type 7 ATCS Address Configuration Screen............... 2-11 Figure 2-13. Type 3 ATCS Address Screen ....................2-13 Figure 2-14. Serial Port Interface Screen ....................2-14 Figure 2-15.

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    Figure 2-52. Change Genisys Poll Response Wait Timer Screen ............2-38 Figure 2-53. Change ATCS Retry Timeout Scree ..................2-39 Figure 2-54. Change ATCS Retry Timeout Screen ..................2-39 Figure 2-55. Change Genisys Starting Station Polling Number Screen ..........2-40 Figure 2-56.

  • Page 19: Glossary

    Association of American Railroads ARP: Address Resolution Protocol AServer: AServer – Safetran (Siemens Rail Automation) ATCS Server (ASERVER.EXE) is a standalone executable program that manages statistical and diagnostic traffic in an ATCS (Automatic Train Control System) environment. Its primary function is to route Network Management System (NMS) data packets between endpoints in a LAN-based WCC network.

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    Clothing and ESD prevention gear, such as grounding straps or floor pads, can help prevent ESD conditions. GCP 4000: Gate Crossing Predictor 4000 – A Siemens Rail Automation product that provides a train detection device used as part of a highway-railroad grade crossing warning system to provide a relatively uniform warning time.

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    SEAR II or IIi: Safetran Event Analyzer Recorder, Model II or Iii – Siemens Rail Automation product that is a non-vital stand-alone system designed to provide continuous real-time general purpose status monitoring and event recording for a wide range of functions associated with railroad wayside and grade crossing installations.

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    A53457 converts Echelon messages to Ethernet messages allowing Safetran equipment to use Ethernet Spread Spectrum radios A53325 for communications. WAG assembly A53457 also converts Echelon received messages to RS232 messages allowing the system to use modems for communication between Safetran equipment.

  • Page 23: Description

    DESCRIPTION 1.0 DESCRIPTION GENERAL The Wayside Access Gateway (A53457) converts Echelon® messages to Ethernet messages. This lets Safetran (Siemens) equipment such as the HD/Link, use Ethernet Networks for communications. The Wayside Access Gateway (WAG) can also convert Echelon received messages to serial messages.

  • Page 24: Wag Message Management

    DESCRIPTION Figure 1-1. General Network Overview WAG MESSAGE MANAGEMENT Upon startup of a WAG, it has an empty routing table. As devices report and respond, the WAG dynamically updates the routing table. When an Advanced Train Control System (ATCS) message comes into the WAG from the Ethernet, Echelon, or a serial port, the WAG checks its internal routing table to see if it has seen the address before.

  • Page 25

    DESCRIPTION When a route to an ATCS device is in the routing table, indicating that it goes through a particular IP address on the Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN), but later appears on a different Internet Protocol (IP) address, the new IP address will be adopted. This can occur when a WAG within the network is swapped out with another WAG that has a different IP address configured.

  • Page 26: Wag Hardware Interface

    DESCRIPTION WAG HARDWARE INTERFACE The front of the Wayside Access Gateway unit (see Figure 1-2) has 1 serial port, 5 LEDs, 3 network jacks, and 1 Echelon/power connector. These interface devices are described in the following paragraphs. Figure 1-2. Wayside Access Gateway 1.3.1 Ports The following table describes the WAG ports.

  • Page 27: Pinouts For J1

    DESCRIPTION Port No. Name Description J3A/J3B Second Ethernet Dual RJ45 connectors for inserting 12V DC at 1 Amp to power interface Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325. The wiring for J3A is non-standard. Echelon and 6-Pin connector provides two pins for the twisted-pair Echelon power interface interface.

  • Page 28: Pinouts For J3a/j3b

    DESCRIPTION 1.3.1.3 Pinouts for J3A/J3B The following table shows the pinouts for J3A and J3B. Table 1-4. Pinouts for J3A/J3B J3A Pin No. J3B Pin No. Name Signal Description Radio Eth Transmit data + Radio Eth Transmit data - Radio Eth Receive data + Radio Eth Receive data - 4, 5 +12VDC...

  • Page 29: Led Indicators

    DESCRIPTION 1.3.2 LED Indicators The front of the WAG has 5 LEDs. • Green Health LED flashes to indicate good health. Red TP LAN LED flashes when Echelon transmits or receives a message frame. • Green Power OK LED indicates the WAG is powered. •...

  • Page 30: Default Factory Settings

    DESCRIPTION 1.4.5 Default Factory Settings WAG Type 7 ATCS Address: 7.620.100.100.01.01 • • WAG Type 3 ATCS Address: 3.620.10.1000 • Serial interface: RS232, 9600, None, 8, 1/NoFlow, RTS asserted Serial format is: Command mode • WAG test mode: Disabled • Echelon address: 01.01 •...

  • Page 31: Persistent Serial Tunneling (pst) Functionality

    DESCRIPTION PERSISTENT SERIAL TUNNELING (PST) FUNCTIONALITY In a Persistent Serial Tunneling (PST) application (see Figure 1-3), the WAG operates as a modem that enables serial devices to communicate via the LAN. The WAG converts the serial data into Ethernet packets and transmits the information onto the LAN. A second WAG at the other end converts the information back to serial data for use by the other serial device.

  • Page 32: Office System Interface (osi) Functionality

    DESCRIPTION 5. Both WAG Serial Interface baud rates must match the baud rate of the serial device that it is plugged into. Once a Tunnel is established, serial data from any serial device(s) plugged into either WAG will be sent to the serial device(s) plugged into the other WAG. When a Tunnel is established, if the tunnel is dropped for some reason, the WAG will attempt to re-establish the connection if the WAG is configured with a valid Serial Tunnel IP address and if the WAG is still in RAW data mode.

  • Page 33

    DESCRIPTION If a known route to an office device exists for that LLL, the WAG will send the ATCS messages to that IP address at the “ATCS Server User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Port number” configured into the WAG. The expiry timer for the “Active route list” entry for that LLL is refreshed. If there is no known route toward the office for the LLL, the WAG will issue a “route request”...

  • Page 34: Boot Loader Rs485 J1/j2 Jumper Detection

    DESCRIPTION In addition to other typical configuration requirements for the WAG, in general, the following are required for OSI to work: 1. The Type 3 ATCS address option must be configured with a proper address. 2. The WAG Circuit ID must be configured. 3.

  • Page 35: External J1/j2 Jumpers

    DESCRIPTION If J1/J2 jumper detection is disabled and the WAG is configured for RS485, the Boot Monitor assumes that the jumpers are in place, the WAG will immediately launch the executive software, not offering the usual boot menu. If J1/J2 jumper detection is enabled and the Boot Monitor doesn’t detect the transmitted test frame being looped back to it, the Boot Monitor will try again, up to four more times, performing a bit of a delay between each test.

  • Page 36: J1/j2 Jumper Detect Test Frames

    DESCRIPTION J1/J2 JUMPER DETECT TEST FRAMES The test frames issued by the WAG’s boot monitor look something like the following: :JT010232053192X: When the operator has a computer plugged into the serial interface and the WAG starts testing whether the J1/J2 jumpers are in place, the operator may see these test frames. The jumper detection test frames start with :JT to indicate a Jumper Test.

  • Page 37: Figure 1-7. Rs485 Cable Interconnections

    DESCRIPTION Connector 1 Connector 2 Connector 3 Figure 1-7. RS485 Cable Interconnections Connector 1 Connector 2 Connector 3 Figure 1-8. RS485 Cable Interconnections 1-15 Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 38: 1.11 Hdlc-ui Operation

    DESCRIPTION 1.11 HDLC-UI OPERATION There are two modes of HDLC-UI operation. The first mode consists of an “HDLC Un-numbered Information frame” mode and the other mode consists of an “HDLC Raw Serial Tunnel” mode. The HDLC-UI mode of operation allows ATCS messages that are encapsulated in HDLC UI frames to be sent and received on the serial interface.

  • Page 39: Installation And Configuration

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION SECTION 2 INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.0 INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION PRE-STARTUP Installing the WAG consists of: • Physically mounting the unit • Wiring the unit to power and connecting equipment Configuring the unit • The rest of this section explains these steps. HARDWARE INSTALLATION This section explains installing the WAG and getting it ready to connect equipment.

  • Page 40: Equipment Connection To Wag

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION CAUTION J3A IS FOR SAFETRAN ETHERNET RADIO A53325 AND USES A SPECIAL CABLE PROVIDED WITH THE RADIO. J3A IS NON-STANDARD AND HAS DC POWER PRESENT ON THE CONNECTOR. USE CAUTION WHEN WIRING TO OTHER EQUIPMENT. 3. Wire the WAG to equipment that will be used. With the exception of J3A, use standard RJ45 connectors.

  • Page 41: Connecting To An Ethernet Hub

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.3.2 Connecting to an Ethernet Hub The following diagram shows an Ethernet hub connected to the WAG. Figure 2-2. Ethernet Hub Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 42: Connecting To An Ethernet Hub And Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.3.3 Connecting to an Ethernet Hub and Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325 The following diagram shows an Ethernet hub and a Safetran Ethernet Radio (A53325) connected to the WAG. Figure 2-3. Ethernet Hub and Safetran Ethernet Radio A53325 Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 43: Connecting Two Sites Using Modems

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.3.4 Connecting Two Sites Using Modems The following diagram shows connecting two sites using a pair of modems. Figure 2-4. Connecting Two Sites Using Modems Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014 Version: C.1...

  • Page 44: Connecting Using Terminal Emulation Software

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION CONNECTING USING TERMINAL EMULATION SOFTWARE A terminal emulator, such as HyperTerminal from Microsoft®, can be used to interact with the WAG. HyperTerminal is included with the standard Windows® 9x/NT/2000/XP installation. The WAG uses ANSI terminal emulation. To Connect Using HyperTerminal: 1.

  • Page 45: Figure 2-6. Wag Terminal Emulation Boot With Number 7 Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION The addition of number 7, Run Executive internal clocks, RS232, Command Mode allows for the WAG’s serial interface to be configured to utilize external transmit clocks or external receive clocks, and for the WAG’s serial interface to be configured for the HDLC-UI mode. This allows the operator to launch the WAG executive to use internal clocking in RS232 format into the Command Mode.

  • Page 46: Figure 2-7. Wag Terminal Ready Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-7. WAG Terminal Ready Screen 4. With the computer connected to the WAG and the terminal emulation software running, type con and press ENTER to modify the WAG configuration settings. The following screen appears. Figure 2-8. HyperTerminal Configuration Screen To configure the WAG, go to the Configuration of the WAG Section (see Section 2-6).

  • Page 47: Connecting Using Telnet

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION CONNECTING USING TELNET To connect the WAG using the Telnet software, perform the following steps: To log in using Telnet software: NOTE A Telnet connection may not be possible if the computer IP address and subnet mask do not allow access to the WAG configured IP address. 1.

  • Page 48: Figure 2-10. Second Configuration Menu

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Select “NEXT configuration menu” for the Second Configuration Menu (see Figure 2-10). Select “NEXT configuration menu” for the Third Configuration Menu (see Figure 2-11). Refer to paragraph 2.6 for WAG configuration. Figure 2-10. Second Configuration Menu Figure 2-11. Third Configuration Menu 2-10 Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014...

  • Page 49: Configuration Of The Wag

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION CONFIGURATION OF THE WAG After connecting to the WAG using a terminal emulator or using Telnet, the WAG can be configured. The following paragraphs describe how to enter the new configuration. After the changes have been completed, the changes should be saved. Configuration options are described in the order they appear on the WAGSetup.CFG configuration screens (Configuration Menu).

  • Page 50: Type 3 Atcs Address

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2. Do the following: a. To keep any of the current displayed values, press ENTER. b. To enter a new value, type the first 3 digits of the new Type 7 ATCS address (RRR) and press ENTER. c.

  • Page 51: Serial Port Interface

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-13. Type 3 ATCS Address Screen 2. Do the following: a. To keep all of the current displayed values, press ENTER. b. To enter a new value, type the first 3 digits of the new Type 3 ATCS address (RRR) and press ENTER.

  • Page 52: Serial Format

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-14. Serial Port Interface Screen 2. Select a desired serial port change and press ENTER. Repeat for each desired change. 3. To exit without making a change, select “Abandon all changes”. 4. To enable the changes, select “Accept current values”. When finished, the user will be returned to the First Configuration Menu.

  • Page 53: Figure 2-15. Serial Format Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 1. On the First Configuration Menu, select the serial format to be changed. The Serial format selection screen appears. Figure 2-15. Serial Format Screen 2. To keep the current configuration, press ENTER. If not, make a selection and press ENTER. 3.

  • Page 54: Figure 2-16. An Example Of Hdlc Tunneling

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION The Persistent Serial Tunnel TCP connection is allowed because the HDLC device is allowed to tunnel, but the TCP connections are not allowed to the serial interface if there is no persistent tunnel. This prevents an operator from interfering with any HDLC communications that are taking place on the serial interface.

  • Page 55: Wag Test Mode

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.5 WAG Test Mode This function is for future application and is not operational at this time. Leave it Disabled. 2.6.6 Echelon Address Changing the Echelon address lets the user specify the Echelon address the WAG has on the twisted pair Echelon network.

  • Page 56: Udp Port Assignments

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 3. Prior to exiting the First Configuration Menu, select “Save changes then restart” to save changes and restart the WAG. 2.6.7 UDP Port Assignments If two or more WAGs need to communicate with each other across the Ethernet, the Slot #1 UDP port number configured in all WAGs must be the same.

  • Page 57: Router Expiration Timer

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.8 Router Expiration Timer If a device is turned off or otherwise stops communicating, the WAG Router Expiration timer starts running. When the timer expires, the routing table entry for the device is removed from the routing table. The user can specify the time period before a device is timed-out. The Router Expiration timer is set to 5400 seconds by default.

  • Page 58: Tcp Port Assignments

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-21. Broadcast Interface Screen 2. Select the desired broadcast medium and press ENTER. 3. To exit without making a change, select “Exit without making a change”.. When finished, the user will be returned to the First Configuration Menu. 4.

  • Page 59: Dhcp Server

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-22. TCP Configuration Screen 2. To keep the current TCP port assignments, press ENTER. If not, enter the assignment value for slots 1 through 4 and then press ENTER. When finished, the user will be returned to the First Configuration Menu. The TCP port numbers are shown.

  • Page 60: Wag Ip Address

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION To exit without making a change, select “Exit without making a change”. When finished, the user will be returned to the First Configuration Menu. Prior to exiting the First Configuration Menu, select “Save changes then restart” to save changes and restart the WAG.

  • Page 61: Type 7 Address Route Length

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.13 Type 7 Address Route Length The significant number of ATCS address digits to be used for determining how to route the ATCS messages can be configured. The allowable values are from 4 digits to 14 digits. A setting of 004 digits displays 7.RRR and routes everything for a particular railroad out to a particular interface.

  • Page 62: Ip Network Mask

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.14 IP Network Mask The WAG Ethernet interface can be configured to use a particular subnet mask when communicating on the LAN. The bit number offered indicates the number of subnet mask bits reading from left to right. If a user requests a subnet mask of 21 bits, the mask would display 255.255.248.000.

  • Page 63: Figure 2-27. Radio Site Ids/dhcp Bindings Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION To Configure the Radio Site ID Bindings: On the First Configuration Menu, select “Radio Site ID Bindings” to be set. The Radio Site IDs/DHCP Bindings screen appears. Figure 2-27. Radio Site IDs/DHCP Bindings Screen Select one of the five bindings to create or to edit (binding 1 for this description). When the first binding is selected, the DHCP Binding 1 screen appears.

  • Page 64: Figure 2-29. Change Binding Ip Address Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-29. Change Binding IP Address Screen To keep the current IP address default, press ENTER. If not, enter the address for bytes 1 through 4 and then press ENTER. Figure 2-30. Change Binding IP Address Bytes 1 through 4 Screen The user will be returned to the DHCP Binding Screen.

  • Page 65: Figure 2-33. Change Binding Left Transmit Speed Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION To keep the transmit power default, press ENTER. If not, enter the transmit power from 0 to 23 and then press ENTER. The user will be returned to the DHCP Binding Screen. Select change binding “Left transmit speed”. The Change Binding Left Transmit Speed screen appears.

  • Page 66: Figure 2-36. Change Binding Right Transmit Power Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 14. To keep the right transmit channel default, press ENTER. If not, select the channel number from 3 to 37 and then press ENTER. The user will be returned to the DHCP Binding Screen 15. Select change binding “Right transmit power”. The Change Binding Right Transmit Power screen appears.

  • Page 67: Figure 2-38. Change Binding Right Receive Channel Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-38. Change Binding Right Receive Channel Screen 20. To keep the right receive channel default, press ENTER. If not, select the channel number from 3 to 37 and then press ENTER. 21. The user will be returned to the DHCP Binding Screen. Select one of the following options (21, 22 or 23): 22.

  • Page 68: If More Than One Radio Is Co-located With A Dhcp Serving Wag

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-40. Selected Binding Screen – After Binding Configuration NOTE If a DHCP configured radio must be replaced, ensure that the WAG is restarted after installation of the new radio. 2.6.15.1 If More than One Radio is Co-Located with a DHCP Serving WAG Typically, only one radio will be configured by a DHCP serving WAG.

  • Page 69: Dhcp Client

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION The WAG will select the first available, unassigned binding to offer the radio. Multiple • radios co-located with a WAG are issued bindings on a first-asked, first-served basis. • After the WAG selects an available binding to offer the radio, the WAG will issue an ICMP PING frame to determine whether any other device on the LAN has been assigned the candidate IP address.

  • Page 70: 2.6.17 Wag Circuit Id

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION The following shows the DHCP Client screen. Figure 2-41. DHCP Client 2.6.17 WAG Circuit ID Every WAG that is operating as a gateway to the office must have a unique Circuit ID. The Circuit ID is used by the office to know which WAG on the Ethernet LAN ATCS messages should be routed to in order to reach type 7 devices that the WAG is connected to.

  • Page 71: Figure 2-43. Change Wag Routing Region Screen - After Digits Entered In First Field

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION b. To change the digit of the second field of the WAG Circuit ID, type the digit and then press ENTER. Entry can be any value from 1 to 3. Go to step 4. Figure 2-43. Change WAG Routing Region Screen – After Digits Entered In First Field From the screen in figure 2-44, do one of the following: a.

  • Page 72: Figure 2-45. Change Routing Region Domain One - Initial Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION If a DNS (Directory Name Services) server is configured into the WAG, symbolic names for the Domain may be provided and the WAG will look up the IP address for the symbolic name. This function defaults to Disabled. To Change Routing Region Domain 1: On the Second Configuration Menu, select “Routing Region Domain 1”...

  • Page 73: Figure 2-46. Change Routing Region Domain One - Ip Address Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-46. Change Routing Region Domain One - IP Address Screen On the Symbolic Name screen (figure 2-47), enter the symbolic name for Routing Region Domain 1. Entries can consist of up to 40 characters including A-Z, 1-9 and 0, periods (.) and dashes (-).

  • Page 74: Atcs Server Udp Port Number

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.20 ATCS Server UDP Port Number Office devices usually listen for “route request” and other messages on a specific UDP port number. The default port number is 5361, however it is configuration setting. To change the ATCS Server UDP Port Number: On the Second Configuration Menu, select “ATCS Server UDP Port number”...

  • Page 75: Figure 2-49. Change Telnet Port Numbers Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-49. Change Telnet Port Numbers Screen Do one of the following: a. To change the WAG Telnet Port Number, select WAG Telnet Port Number option number and press ENTER. Go to step 3. b. To change the Serial Telnet Port Number select Serial Telnet Port Number option number and press ENTER.

  • Page 76: Genisys Wait Poll Response

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Prior to exiting the First Configuration Menu, select “Save changes then restart” to save changes and restart the WAG. 2.6.22 Genisys Wait Poll Response The Genisys wait poll response is used when the serial interface is configured for Genisys ATCS Office.

  • Page 77: Atcs Max Retries

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-53. Change ATCS Retry Timeout Scree To keep the current timer setting, press ENTER. To change the timer setting, enter the new value and then press ENTER. Entry can be any value from 20 to 65535. The user will be returned to the Second Configuration Menu.

  • Page 78: Genisys Poll Starting Station

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.25 Genisys Poll Starting Station The Genisys poll starting station is used when the serial interface is configured for Genisys ATCS Office. It designates the starting station number to poll. The default value is 1. To set the Genisys Poll Starting Station: 1.

  • Page 79: Fragile Telnet Connection

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-56. Change Genisys Ending Station Polling Number Screen To keep the ending station number setting, press ENTER. To change the ending station number setting, enter the new value and then press ENTER. Entry can be any value from 0 to The user will be returned to the Second Configuration Menu.

  • Page 80: Persistent Serial Tunnel

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION The user will be returned to the Second Configuration Menu. Prior to exiting the First Configuration Menu, select “Save changes then restart” to save changes and restart the WAG. 2.6.28 Persistent Serial Tunnel Each WAG is provided with the IP address or symbolic name of the remote WAG using the “Persistent Serial Tunnel”...

  • Page 81: Typical Pst Configuration Parameter Settings

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION a. To disable the Persistent Serial Telnet IP Address enter 0 (zero) in the first data field and then press ENTER. The user will be returned to the Second Configuration Menu. b. To leave the first data field of the current IP Address unchanged, press ENTER. c.

  • Page 82: Primary And Secondary Dns

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Table 2-2. Typical WAG Configuration Settings For PST Function Settings on First Configuration Screen WAG Type 7 ATCS Address: 7.620.300.301.01.01 WAG Type 3 ATCS Address: 3.620.30.3000 Serial interface: 115200,None,8,1/NoFlow Serial format is: WAG test mode: disabled 01.01 Echelon address: 5000, 5001, 5002, 5003 UDP ports are:...

  • Page 83: Figure 2-61. Change Primary Dns Ip Address Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION If either server provides an IP address, that IP address is used for the Domain One, Domain Two, or Default Gateway as needed. If neither DNS knows the IP address for the symbolic names, the IP addresses for Domain One, Domain Two, and/or the Default Gateway -- if they used symbolic names -- will remain unresolved and the OSI system will not operate at all.

  • Page 84: Default Ip Gateway

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION b. To leave the first data field of the current IP Address unchanged, press ENTER. c. To change the first data field of the IP Address, type the digit(s) and then press ENTER. Entry can be any value from 1 to 255. d.

  • Page 85: Figure 2-63. Change Default Gateway Ip Address Screen

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION If the Default Gateway is configured for Disabled, then Ethernet messages that are addressed to IP devices that are not on the subnet configured for the WAG will be discarded by the WAG since the destination IP device is considered unreachable. Often, Default Gateways are bridges, routers, or some other device on the LAN that maintains its own route tables so that it knows how to forward Ethernet messages into and between subnets.

  • Page 86: Wag Site Id

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 2.6.31 WAG Site ID The WAG Site ID is a unique ASCII string used to identify the WAG location. To change the WAG Site ID: On the Third Configuration Menu, select “Change WAG Site ID” to be changed. The Change WAG Site Name screen appears.

  • Page 87: Route Unknown Outbound Echelon: No

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-65. RAW Echelon Message Option 2.6.33 Route Unknown Outbound Echelon: No Prior to release of executive software releases for the WAG, any Echelon frame that was received from the Broadcast Medium was routed out the WAG’s Echelon interface despite the fact that the WAG may not have seen the intended destination device on the Echelon interface.

  • Page 88: Telnet Password: Disabled

    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Figure 2-66. Unknown Outbound Echelon Message Option 2.6.34 Telnet Password: Disabled If a Telnet password has been defined for the WAG, an operator enters the password (maximum of 20 characters) upon establishing a Telnet session, which will allow commands to be issued to the WAG.

  • Page 89: Operation

    OPERATION SECTION 3 OPERATION 3.0 OPERATION INTRODUCTION This section explains the available commands with respect to the WAG. Table 3-1. WAG Commands Command Shorthand Description Gets a list of keyboard commands. Breaks to the boot monitor. Break Returns the WAG serial interface to command mode from Telnet. Command Allows changes to the WAG configuration.

  • Page 90: Viewing The Status

    OPERATION When performing any of the commands described in the following paragraphs, the user can save the information to a file. For more information, see the documentation for the terminal emulation software or for the Telnet application. VIEWING THE STATUS The user can view the status and the log for the WAG.

  • Page 91: Additional Status Information When Wag Configured For Osi

    The “xx stack use” indicated at the right side of the example above is the maximum percentage of stack space used by that task and is only used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel to ensure that allocated task stack space does not become exhausted.

  • Page 92: Genisys Status Report

    OPERATION When the “status” command is entered by the user, an additional block of status information is provided (only if a valid Circuit ID is configured into the WAG). This additional information appears following the Echelon Channel information at the end of the status listing. An example of this information is shown below.

  • Page 93: Viewing Mac Addresses

    OPERATION To View the Routing Table: Type routes and press Enter. The route table information appears, similar to the following: FF.SNT.NOD Timer Interface Port Address Sent Received 41.001.003 0120 Echelon 7.620.020.010.03.02 073269 073249 00.000.000 0120 010.232.053.041 -UDP- 7.620.020.020.03.02 073249 146500 00.000.000 0120 010.232.053.041...

  • Page 94: Persistent Serial Tunnel Command

    OPERATION PERSISTENT SERIAL TUNNEL COMMAND If two WAGs are configured for a PST, the tunnel will be established by one of the WAGs at power up. In the diagram below WAGs 1 and 3 are configured for the PST. SEAR Preconfigured PST PACKET SWITCH At any time after the tunnel is established, the user can drop the tunnel and establish a “for the...

  • Page 95: Changing The Diagnostic Verbosity Levels

    OPERATION If the “for the duration tunnel” is established, the user is not shown anything when the connection is made; however, anything sent by the user, such as from HyperTerm, will be sent out the serial interface of the remote WAG. This is because once the tunnel is established, the WAG, which the user used to request the connection, will immediately be placed into Data Mode.

  • Page 96: Sending A Ping To An Ip Address

    OPERATION SENDING A PING TO AN IP ADDRESS The Ping command accepts an IP address and causes the WAG to issue an ICMP PING frame out the Ethernet interface. If a response from a device with that offered IP address is received, the WAG will display a sequence number to the Ping response.

  • Page 97: 3.11 Tracing An Interface

    OPERATION For example, if a Packet Switch, OCG or other office device is running codeline 110 and the user types: rping 110 The WAG will display: RPING: Searching for 110 After the Packet Switch, OCG or other office device responds, the WAG will display: RPING: 110 is at 010.232.054.015 That informs the user that the office device is able to speak with the WAG in both directions.

  • Page 98

    OPERATION When the Trace is enabled, the HEX values of input messages to the interface (whether it is XPort, Serial or Echelon), and output messages from the interface are displayed. An ASCII representation of the printable characters is also displayed within the trace. The tracing of Ethernet results in the trace being sent only out the serial interface.

  • Page 99

    OPERATION Type trace P and then press Enter. The Persistent TCP Serial Tunnel to Event Log information begins as follows: trace P Serial Tunnel activity will trace to Event Log When tracing is enabled for Persistent Serial Tunneling, the following entries may be placed into the system event log: PST: Persistent request to 010.232.053.043 PST: Persistent Tunnel was dropped...

  • Page 100

    OPERATION As the above displays, an inbound DHCP request with “Discover” for a radio was received from the radio with a MAC address of 00-0d-94-00-3a-c2. The WAG then tested its configured binding by issuing an ICMP PING to IP address of 10.232.53.53 to see if it was being used. While waiting for a possible response to the PING, the radio sent another DHCP request.

  • Page 101

    OPERATION Type trace R and then press ENTER. The WAG will display, "IP Redundancy will trace to serial and Telnet session". When the trace of IP Redundancy is enabled, the following types of trace information may be displayed: IPR: Indi Remote OK: NO, Active: NO, Remote Ech: NO This indicates that the WAG is sending an Indication message to the Ladder Logic device it is being controlled by (typically a SEARii.) There are three other status reports in the example shown above.

  • Page 102: 3.12 Setting The Current Date

    OPERATION This indicates the IP address of the symbolic name that has successfully been looked up in the DNS server. DNS: Asking XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX for [symbolic.name] This indicates that the WAG is sending a DNS request to the IP address of the indicated DNS server asking for the IP address of the symbolic name.

  • Page 103: 3.15 Data/command Mode From A Serial Interface

    OPERATION 3.15 DATA/COMMAND MODE FROM A SERIAL INTERFACE In Command mode, the data command changes the WAG serial interface to Data mode if the serial interface is configured for a data protocol. When the WAG is in Data Mode, all frames received on the serial interface are treated as frames intended for a serial protocol.

  • Page 104: 3.18 Viewing Software Information

    OPERATION 3.18 VIEWING SOFTWARE INFORMATION The user can see information about the software in the WAG. The information can be saved to a file. For more information on how to save displays to a file, see the documentation for the terminal emulation software or for the Telnet application. To View the Software Information: Type project and press Enter.

  • Page 105

    OPERATION To View the Log: Type log1 and press Enter. The log information appears, similar to the following: --- Displaying 101 entries in the log --- 00.17.10.58: WARNING: Received XPORT slipped 00.00.00.10: Route Add Serial 7.620.123.123.12.10 00.00.00.16: XPORT IP Address: 010.232.053.040 00.00.00.56: Route Add Echelon 001.003 type 41 7.620.020.010.03.02 00.00.00.59: Route Add Serial 7.620.020.020.03.02 00.00.00.59: Route Add Serial 7.620.020.020.03.03...

  • Page 106: 3.20 Log Entries

    Fatal messages are used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel to diagnose system errors. If a fatal problem occurs and gets logged, the WAG will restart itself. Warnings are used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel to diagnose system errors or an •...

  • Page 107: Table 3-2. Log Entry Descriptions

    OPERATION Table 3-2. Log Entry Descriptions Classification Log Entry Description Fatal A code number for Siemens Rail Automation CRASH! Point of personnel to determine where a software failure: <code> crash occurred. Fatal A fatal software or hardware error occurred. CRASH: <0xXXXX> st Information about the crash is saved in the <YYYY>...

  • Page 108

    ERROR: Ser TX Not first attempted to be transmitted out a transmit buffer descriptor table entry that was not the next expected buffer. Used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel for troubleshooting. Warning Means that an inbound Ethernet message was ERROR: XPT RX Not...

  • Page 109

    Ethernet XPort interface was missing its first byte. May not indicate a problem since the first byte is always a zero. This entry is intended for Siemens Rail Automation personnel for troubleshooting. (* only if verbosity level is greater than 1)

  • Page 110

    Indicates that a file transfer using the XFILES FLASH: Transfer <file name> failed, code: <x> command to upload/download failed. The failed file name is displayed along with a failure code that is used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel. 3-22 Document No.: COM-00-05-16 June 2006, Revised June 2014...

  • Page 111

    Informational Indicates that a programming error occurred. TEST: err <x> box <y> time <z> Used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel for troubleshooting. Informational Indicates the user successfully used the XFILES FLASH: New boot code saved command to send new boot code to the WAG.

  • Page 112

    OPERATION Table 3-2 continued Classification Log Entry Description Informational Indicates the WAG was asked to “wink” its Received request to WINK Health LED. Informational Means that a large ATCS message was broken ATCS: Multipart * into multiple parts by the WAG before it was routed.

  • Page 113

    OPERATION Table 3-2 continued Classification Log Entry Description Informational Means the creation of an internal routeable Route Add Unknown <ATCS addr> device that is internal to the WAG itself. Symbolic, internal ATCS devices can be created by the WAG for such things as testing or loop-back tests.

  • Page 114

    OPERATION Table 3-2 continued Classification Log Entry Description Informational Means the 4 byte IP address that was assigned DHCP <xx.xx.xx.xx> assigned to <yy-yy-yy- to a radio with the indicated 6 byte MAC yy-yy-yy> address. When DHCP server is enabled and at least one binding configured into the WAG, the IP address in that binding is given to the radio that asks for it.

  • Page 115: 3.21 Clearing The Log

    OPERATION Table 3-2 continued Classification Log Entry Description Informational Indicates the symbolic name that was passed MM/YY HH:MM:SS:mmm: DNS: [symbolic.name] to a DNS server which resulted in the name is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx being resolved to the indicated IP address. MM = month YY= year HH = hour MM = minute...

  • Page 116: 3.22 Reqip

    OPERATION Event Log Streaming You can also request the WAG to display system event logging as they occur. Type log 3 and then press ENTER. The WAG will report, "Event log streaming: Enabled" To disable event log streaming, type "log 3" and press enter again and the WAG will report "Event log streaming: Disabled"...

  • Page 117: 3.24 Ttime

    The TTIMES command is used to query the WAG's operating system about how much of the main CPU's time is spent executing the various tasks in the WAG. The command is intended to be used by Siemens Rail Automation engineering during development however installers and maintainers might find the information informative.

  • Page 118: 3.25 Revisions

    OPERATION 3.25 REVISIONS The REV command will display the software revision and other information about the software running in the WAG. Xilinx Checksum: 0x52D7F8AF Name: XIL_DATA 9V858-A01C Ver 1.4 Boot Monitor CRC: 0x11B25884 Version: 9V841-A01E1-Test Date: May 30 2006 Executive CRC: 0x92FA3BD4 Version: 9V842-A01E1-Test Date: May 30 2006 16:27:11...

  • Page 119: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING SECTION 4 TROUBLESHOOTING 4.0 TROUBLESHOOTING INTRODUCTION This section helps the user solve common problems. DEVICES NOT TALKING TO EACH OTHER ON NETWORK Typically, the problem is an improperly configured WAG. If two or more WAGs are supposed to communicate with each other across the Ethernet, the UDP port number configured in all WAGs must be the same.

  • Page 120

    TROUBLESHOOTING 1. If the device is an Echelon device, verify the device is transmitting on the Echelon. Examine the TP LAN LED on the WAG. Every time the WAG receives a frame on the Echelon, the LED flashes. If there is more than one device on the Echelon interface, turn the other devices off, leaving the device that is not appearing in the table powered up.

  • Page 121

    TROUBLESHOOTING If the serial interface is configured properly and the serial baud rate is correct, use a protocol analyzer to confirm the serial ATCS device is sending ATCS messages to the WAG. If the serial ATCS device is sending messages, the messages may be the problem. The WAG does not add the device to the route table if the ATCS message is badly formatted, has a bad address, or the CRC is invalid.

  • Page 122: Wag Lights Are Off

    TROUBLESHOOTING To isolate the problem, power off the WAG or the ATCS device on the LAN. On the computer, open a DOS window and ping the IP addresses for both devices. If a ping response is received, another device shares an IP address the user wants to use. To solve the problem, ping the next sequential IP address until the user finds an IP address that is not being used.

  • Page 123: Boot Menu Does Not Appear

    TROUBLESHOOTING In this case, download new Executive to the WAG using the boot menu option. If the problem persists, the fault may be a hardware error - either a RAM error or a faulty FLASH ROM. If the user downloads new Executive software and the problem persists, send the WAG in for repair.

  • Page 124: Cannot Telnet To Wag

    TROUBLESHOOTING CANNOT TELNET TO WAG The WAG ships from Siemens Industry, Inc. with TCP Slot #1 configured for well-known TCP port number 23, the Internet Telnet port number. Any of the TCP slots can be configured with well- known port number 23 and the user can Telnet to the WAG.

  • Page 125

    TROUBLESHOOTING NOTE The above logged event will be displayed approximately once every 10 seconds until the problem is corrected. If the WAG IP address is altered to remove the conflict or another device on the LAN is reconfigured to correct the problem, the WAG power must be cycled to reset the problem reporting.

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  • Page 127: 5.0 Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE 5.0 MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION There are no adjustments in the WAG. If a unit is suspected of being faulty, it should be replaced. No field repairs should be attempted. No other periodic field maintenance is required. Procedures for uploading and downloading files to and from the WAG can be accomplished from the boot screen or from the terminal ready screen.

  • Page 128: Uploading Software From Wag Using Xfiles Command

    MAINTENANCE Figure 5-2. Send File Pop-up Window 5. Select the file location of the software to be downloaded. Set the file transfer protocol to Zmodem and then click Send. The Zmodem File Send screen will be displayed. Figure 5-3. Zmodem File Send Screen 6.

  • Page 129: Figure 5-4. Zmodem File Transfer Menu

    MAINTENANCE 1. Type xfiles and then press Enter. The ZMODEM file transfer menu will be displayed. Figure 5-4. ZMODEM File Transfer Menu 2. From the ZMODEM file transfer menu, select the applicable software type to upload by choosing the applicable upload option (Options 5 through 7). 3.

  • Page 130: Upgrading Wag Via Boot Options Screen

    MAINTENANCE Figure 5-6. Zmodem File Receive Screen 6. When the upload is complete, restart the WAG. UPGRADING WAG VIA BOOT OPTIONS SCREEN The user/installer can upgrade the executive software using a HyperTerminal or another terminal emulator. To download files to the WAG from the boot screen (figure 5-7), follow the procedures described in paragraph 5.2.

  • Page 131: Using Advanced Options

    6.0 USING ADVANCED OPTIONS INTRODUCTION This section explains the advanced options of the Wayside Access Gateway (WAG). The information in this section is to be used under the supervision of Siemens Rail Automation personnel. BOOT MENU OPTIONS The Boot Options Screen appears for 5 seconds when the user first boots the WAG. The Boot Options Screen includes the following 7 options: Table 6-1.

  • Page 132: Debugging From The Boot Menu

    If required, the user/installer can troubleshoot the WAG by performing the following procedures. CAUTION THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED IF DIRECTED BY A SIEMENS RAIL AUTOMATION EMPLOYEE. IF THIS PROCESS IS PERFORMED INCORRECTLY, DAMAGE TO THE WAG CAN OCCUR.

  • Page 133: Available Commands And Description

    This command determines whether a RAM address has a hardware problem or determines if a particular FLASH ROM sector is empty. Use this command only under the direction of a Siemens Rail Automation employee. The MEM command takes either one or two arguments.

  • Page 134

    Xilinx code, configuration, or executive code into an otherwise unused FLASH sector. Typically, the user will only use this command when directed by a Siemens Rail Automation employee. Additionally, the user can capture blocks of RAM and save them to otherwise unused FLASH ROM.

  • Page 135: Upgrading The Xilinx Code

    – Exception test This command is used by Siemens Rail Automation personnel to exercise the fatal error recovery capabilities of the WAG software. The test loads the registers of the internal CPU with known values and then forces a fatal error to ensure that the accurate contents of the CPU registers are displayed in the event of an actual fatal error.

  • Page 136: Troubleshooting Commands

    CAUTION THIS PROCEDURE SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED IF INSTRUCTED BY SIEMENS RAIL AUTOMATION PERSONNEL. THE WAG CAN BE DAMAGED IF NOT PERFORMED PROPERLY. After the new code is sent to the WAG, the unit automatically stores the new software in FLASH memory.

  • Page 137: Using Xdump

    USING ADVANCED OPTIONS Same as Test 0. This test runs until it is stopped. TEST 3 To leave this mode, type test and press Enter. 6.5.2 Using XDUMP The XDUMP command asks the Ethernet XPort component to send back a block of its internal RAM memory so that the application code can display it out the serial interface.

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