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USER'S MANUAL
G.SHDSL Termination Unit
Comet 16xx Series
Version: 1.3
Headquarters:
Date: 2011/03/11
No. 25, Alley 15, Lane
P/N: 07008-00148
120,
Sec. 1. Nei-Hu Rd,
Taipei 114, Taiwan
TEL: 886-2-26583000
FAX: 886-2-26583232
Beijing Branch:
3F, A Building,
113 Zhi Chun Lu,
HaiDian District,
Beijing, China
Zip Code: 100086
TEL:
86-10-62522081~87
FAX: 86-10-62522077

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  • Page 1 USER'S MANUAL G.SHDSL Termination Unit Comet 16xx Series Version: 1.3 Headquarters: Date: 2011/03/11 No. 25, Alley 15, Lane P/N: 07008-00148 120, Sec. 1. Nei-Hu Rd, Taipei 114, Taiwan TEL: 886-2-26583000 FAX: 886-2-26583232 Beijing Branch: 3F, A Building, 113 Zhi Chun Lu, HaiDian District, Beijing, China Zip Code: 100086...
  • Page 3 Tainet Communication System Corporation. TAINET is a registered trademark, and Comet 16xx Series is a trademark of Tainet Communication System Corporation. Other product names mentioned in this manual are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
  • Page 4 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual FCC compliance This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 5 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual CE COMPLIANCE This product complies with the following standard of the Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. of 9 March 1999 on Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity Table 1: CE of Conformity Safety...
  • Page 6 About This Manual This section guides you on how to use the manual effectively. The manual contains information needed to install, configure, and operate TAINET’s Comet 16xx Series termination units. The summary of this manual is as follows: Chapter 1: Overview Describes Comet 16xx Series in several applications.
  • Page 7 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Symbols Used in This Manual 3 types of symbols are used throughout this manual. These symbols are used to advise the users when a special condition arises, such as a safety or operational hazard, or to present extra information to the users. These symbols are explained below: Warning: This symbol and associated text are used when death or...
  • Page 8 DISTRIBUTOR shall be solely responsible for any and all liabilities, obligations and damages resulting from the extension of such warranty. TAINET shall not be liable to any person for any special or indirect damages, including, but not limited to, lost profits, from any cause whatsoever arising from or in any way connected with the manufacture, sale, handling, repair, maintenance or use of the Products, and in no event shall TAINET’s liability exceed the purchase price of the...
  • Page 9 Software Products are provided “as is” and without warranty of any kind. TAINET disclaims all warranties including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. TAINET shall not be liable for any loss of use, interruption of business or indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any kind.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW ..................1 ..........................1 VERVIEW .......................... 1 PPLICATIONS CHAPTER 2. SPECIFICATION ................3 ........................3 EATURES SHDSL I ........................4 NTERFACE 2.2.1 E1 Interface ............................4 2.2.2 V.35 Interface ............................ 5 ......................
  • Page 11 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.4.6 Load Local/Remote Profile ......................22 5.4.7 Local/Remote Setting ........................23 ........................24 AINTENANCE 5.5.1 Alarm Log ............................24 5.5.2 Performance History ........................25 5.5.3 Software Upgrade ..........................26 5.5.4 Loopback Test ..........................27 ............................27 5.6.1 Local/Remote Save ..........................
  • Page 12 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual FIGURES 1-1 A ....................2 IGURE PPLICATION OF BACK 1-2 P ............2 IGURE OSSIBLE NTERFACE ONFIGURATION OF OMET YSTEM 2-1 P I/F ..... 9 IGURE OINT OINT PPLICATION OF THE OMET ERIES WITH THERNET 2-2 TDM A E1, V35 FE I/F ........
  • Page 13 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5-32 B E1 RJ-45 P ..................30 IGURE ALANCED SSIGNMENT 5-33 V.35 DB25 P ....................30 IGURE SSIGNMENT...
  • Page 14 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual TABLES ............7 ABLE ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS OF THE OMET ERIES ....................11 ABLE NDICATORS ON RONT ANEL...
  • Page 15: Chapter 1. Overview

    Chapter 1. Overview This chapter begins with a general description of Comet 16xx Series. Then, the chapter describes how to use TAINET Comet 16xx Series in several applications. Overview DSL (Digital Subscriber Loop) technologies increase the bandwidth capacity of existing ubiquitous telephone line (the local copper loops). G.SHDSL is designed for business applications, where high speed is required in both transmission directions.
  • Page 16: Figure 1-1 Application Of Back-To-Back

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual power of the CO and CPE are enabled or after temporarily disconnecting the CO or CPE. Figure 1-1 Application of Back-to-back Figure 1-2 Possible Interface Configuration of Comet System...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2. Specification

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Chapter 2. Specification To let the user understand the TAINET Comet Series, this chapter begins with its main features. Then, the chapter continues to present SHDSL and SHDSL.bis interface, the network side interface, timing and synchronization, OAM (Operation, Administration and Maintenance) and technical specifications.
  • Page 18: Shdsl Interface

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual  Remote software upgrade via TFTP and Web.  Support security link function of G.SHDSL interface.  Comply with ITU-T G.991.2 and K.21. SHDSL Interface  Meet ITU-T G.991.2 relative requirements.  Support Wetting Current function for feeding of a low current(between 1.0 mA and 20 mA)on the pair to mitigate the effect of corrosion of contacts.
  • Page 19: Interface

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual  Ratio of the Widths of Positive and Negative Pulse at the Normal Half Amplitude: 0.95 to 1.05.  Line Interface: 120 ohm (RJ-45 / RJ48C) balanced, 75 ohm (BNC).  Physical Connection Type: Standard RJ-48C/RJ-45 jack (Balance) or BNC (Unbalance).
  • Page 20: Oam

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual  Supporting up to 2K(2048) MAC learning addresses  Supporting Bridge filter function based on source MAC addresses  Scalable Per Port Bandwidth Control (Step = 64K, up to 100M)  Support packet length up to 1518/1522/1536 byte ...
  • Page 21: Technical Specifications

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Technical Specifications Table 2-1 gives the technical specifications of the Comet 16xx Series. Table 2-1 Technical Specifications of the Comet 16xx Series Modulation TC-PAM16/TC-PAM32/TC-PAM64/TC-PAM128 Mode Full duplex with echo cancellation Number Single loops N*64+8K(N=3~89) up to 5696Kbit/S (2 wire), (N=6~178) Loop rate 11392Kbit/S (4 wire), (N=12~256) 22784Kbit/S (8 wire) Loop...
  • Page 22: Applications

    Operating 90% non-condensing Humidity Storage 95% non-condensing Applications This section describes how to apply TAINET Comet 16xx Series in the network systems. 2.6.1 EFM Application The Comet 16xx Series supports EFM applications. Figure 2-1 shows the general Point To Point applications using two Comet 16xx Series. One unit is configured as a central office site (CO) unit and the other is the customer premise equipment (CPE) unit.
  • Page 23: Tdm Application

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 2-1 Point To Point Application of the Comet 16xx Series with Ethernet 2.6.2 TDM Application The Comet 16xx Series also supports TDM application. Figure 2-2 shows the general TDM application where remote routers or PBX are interconnected via two Comet 16xx Series.
  • Page 24: Chapter 3. Interfaces

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Chapter 3. Interfaces In this chapter, we will focus our attention on the interfaces of the Comet 16xx Series. First, the front panel of the Comet 16xx Series will be discussed. After that, we will examine in more detail the rear panel of the Comet 16xx Series.
  • Page 25: Status Indicators

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 3.1.1 Status Indicators The status indicators of the Comet 16xx Series are depicted in Table 3-1. There are nine LEDs, which are PWR, TST, CPE, ALM, DSL1, DSL2, V35, E1 and LAN. These nine LEDs display the system status. Table 3-1 Indicators on Front Panel GREEN YELLOW...
  • Page 26: Rear Panel

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Rear Panel Figure 3-2 illustrates the rear panel of the Comet 16xx Series. Users may connect the Comet 16xx Series to other devices or equipments via these interfaces. Figure 3-2 Rear Panel of the Comet 16xx Series The following connectors/devices appear on the rear panel of the Comet 16xx Series.
  • Page 27: Chapter 4. Installation

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Chapter 4. Installation In this chapter, we will present the installation guide for the Comet 16xx Series. It begins with a checklist for unpacking the shipping package. Unpacking The Comet 16xx Series’ shipping package includes the following items: ...
  • Page 28: Chapter 5. Operation Of Web

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Chapter 5. Operation of Web In this chapter, you will be introduced to the Web operation of Comet 16xx Series. The chapter starts with an overview of Comet 16xx Series’ Web. In addition, each main menu item of the Comet 16xx Series’...
  • Page 29: Status

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-1 Login Page Please use the following pull down menu option to select operation language. Figure 5-2 Language selection Status Local, remote and Ethernet status can be obtained in this section. 5.3.1 Local/Remote Status For 4-wire model, there are two loop indexes: loop 1 and loop 2.
  • Page 30: Figure 5-3 Local Status

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Loop 1 Line Rate and Loop 2 Line Rate. For example, if Loop 1 is 89*64k = 5696kbps, and Loop 2 is also 5696kbps. The total speed of this device is 5696k + 5695k=11392kbps. The following interface status is shown in Line Status: G.SHDSL Status, Ethernet Status, E1 Status and V.35/V.11 Status.
  • Page 31: Figure 5-4 Remote Status

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-4 Remote Status Current Alarm shows the following information: Loop/Port, Name/Type and Severity. Figure 5-5 Current Alarm...
  • Page 32: Figure 5-6 Current Performance

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Current Performance shows the current performance error of G.SHDSL and E1 in 15 minutes and 1 day duration. Figure 5-6 Current Performance Loopback Test Status shows the type of loopback test currently being used. Figure 5-7 Loopback Test Status...
  • Page 33: Ethernet Statistics

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.3.2 Ethernet Statistics The following information is displayed: Counter Name, Rx Packet Counts, Rx Packet Bytes, Tx Packet Counts, Tx Packet Bytes, Error Counts and Collision Counts. Figure 5-8 Ethernet Statistics Configuration 5.4.1 User Management There are three built-in users in Comet 16xx Series: Admin, Guest and User.
  • Page 34: Local/Remote General Setup

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.4.2 Local/Remote General Setup Users can set up the system IP, Clock Source, DNS Server and Aging time (only for CO side). There are four clock sources available for the user to select: Internal, E1 Interface, V.35/V.11 and Recovery from DSL. The default clock source is Recovery from DSL.
  • Page 35: Trap Setup

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.4.3 Trap Setup The TrapIP Address can be configured here. There are five sets of TrapIP Address available. If DNS Server is set in General Setup, users can enter the domain name instead of IP address. Figure 5-12 Trap Setup 5.4.4...
  • Page 36: Qos Setup

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-14 Tag VLAN 5.4.5 QoS Setup Comet 16xx Series supports QoS by port. There are four queues available for the user to define. User can set up the scheduling weight ranging from 1~15, the scheduling weight of queue0 is always 1. Figure 5-15 QoS by port 5.4.6...
  • Page 37: Local/Remote Setting

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-16 Load Profile 5.4.7 Local/Remote Setting There are three modes to be selected by the users: EFM, DBM and TDM. In EFM mode, user can only modify the settings of G.SHDSL and Ethernet. E1 and V.35/V.11 modification will be available in DBM and TDM mode.
  • Page 38: Maintenance

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-17 Local/Remote setting EFM mode Figure 5-18 Local/Remote setting DBM mode Maintenance 5.5.1 Alarm Log The alarm history is dispalyed in this section. The user can manually refresh or clear the alarm log.
  • Page 39: Performance History

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-19 Alarm Log 5.5.2 Performance History The performance history shows the errors that may occur on each loop during the 15 minutes and 1 day duration. Comet 16xx Series provides local / remote G.SHDSL and E1 performance history. The user can manually refresh or clear the performance history.
  • Page 40: Software Upgrade

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.5.3 Software Upgrade The local device can be upgraded using a TFTP server. Figure 5-21 Software Upgrade Step 1: Input Server IP address and firmware file name. Figure 5-22 Step 1 of Firmware Upgrade Step 2: Delete all Temporary Internet files including Cookies. IE Browser : Tools >>...
  • Page 41: Loopback Test

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual After firmware upgrade complete, device will automatically reboot and return to the login page. 5.5.4 Loopback Test Comet 16xx Series provides eight types of loopback test modes: E1 LDL, V.35/V.11 LDL, E1 RDL, V.35/V.11 RDL, FE E1 LDL, FE V.35/V.11 LDL, FE E1 RDL and FE V.35/V.11 RDL.
  • Page 42: Examples

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Figure 5-26 Remote Save Examples 5.7.1 E1 to E1 Connection Select profile index 12 for CO, profile index 11 for CPE. Figure 5-27 CO Figure 5-28 CPE Input the desired data rate. Configuration >> Local Setting >> E1 Figure 5-29 E1 Setting...
  • Page 43: Appendix A Pin Assignment

    Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual Pin Assignment Appendix A 5.7.1.1 DSL RJ-45 Pin Assignment Tip(2)- Ring(2)- Tip(4)- Tip(2) Tip(1)- Tip(1) Ring(1)- Ring(1) Ring Figure 5-30 DSL RJ-45 Pin Ring(4)- Ring(2) Assignment Tip(3)- Ring(3)- The pin assignment of G.SHDSL line is shown in Figure 5-30. The Comet 16xx Series supports LAN interface port as shown in Figure 5-31.
  • Page 44 Comet 16xx Series User’s Manual 5.7.1.3 G.703 / E1 RJ-45 Pin Assignment Description RX_ring RX_tip Tx_ring Figure 5-32 Balanced E1 RJ-45 Pin Assignment Tx_tip 5.7.1.4 V.35 Pin Assignment Description 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Figure 5-33 V.35 DB25 Pin Assignment...
  • Page 45: Appendix B Trouble Report

    Appendix B Company Local Representation Purchase Order No Equipment Serial No Software Version Please describe: 1. Testing Network Structure 2. Configuration 3. Testing Network Equipment 4. Trouble Description E-MAIL: TEL: FAX: Signature: Date: TAINET COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CORP. FAX: 886-2-2658-3232 E-MAIL: sales@tainet.net...

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