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    SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide Version 2.5.7 OL-7824-02 Corporate Headquarters C isco Sys te ms , Inc . 1 70 W es t Tas ma n D r i ve Sa n Jose , C A 9 513 4-1 706 U S A h t t p : / /w w w .c i s c o .co m T e l:...

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    • Turn the television or radio antenna until the interference stops. • Move the equipment to one side or the other of the television or radio. • Move the equipment farther away from the television or radio. • Plug the equipment into an outlet that is on a different circuit from the television or radio. (That is, make certain the equipment and the television or radio are on circuits controlled by different circuit breakers or fuses.)

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Preface v Audience v Organization vi Related Publications vii Document Conventions viii Obtaining Documentation ix Cisco.com ix Documentation Feedback ix Obtaining Technical Assistance ix Cisco Technical Support Website ix Submitting a Service Request x Definitions of Service Request Severity x Obtaining Additional Publications and Information x Introduction 1-1 SCE Platform Management Interfaces 1-2...

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    Contents Functionality 3-2 Number of links 3-2 Redundancy 3-2 Link Continuity 3-3 Physical Topologies 3-4 Single SCE 2000 Topologies 3-4 Two Cascaded SCE 2000s For Dual Links 3-6 Topology-Related Parameters 3-7 Installation and Maintenance 4-1 Preparing to Install the SCE 2000 Platform 4-1 Tools and Parts Required 4-2 Site Requirement Guidelines 4-3 Installing the SCE 2000 Platform 4-4...

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    Step 1: Configuring Initial Settings 5-6 Step 2: Configuring the Hostname 5-7 Step 3: Setting the Passwords 5-7 Step 4: Configuring Time Settings 5-8 Step 5: Configuring the DNS Settings 5-10 Step 6: Configuring the RDR Formatter Destination 5-12 Step 7: Configuring Access Control Lists (ACLs) 5-13 Step 8: Configuring SNMP 5-17 Step 9: Configuring the Topology-Dependent Parameters 5-20 Step 10: Completing and Saving the Configuration 5-24...

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    Contents Rebooting the SCE Platform 7-11 Shutting Down the SCE Platform 7-12 Troubleshooting 8-1 Troubleshooting Overview 8-1 Troubleshooting Tools 8-2 Problem Solving Using a Subsystems Approach 8-9 Identifying Startup Problems 8-9 Troubleshooting the Power Subsystem 8-9 Troubleshooting the Firmware Package Installation 8-11 Troubleshooting the Management Subsystem 8-12 Troubleshooting the Link Interface Subsystem 8-14 The External Optical Bypass Module A-1...

  • Page 7: Preface

    Preface This preface describes who should read the SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide, how it is organized, and its document conventions Audience This guide is for the networking or computer technician responsible for installing and configuring the SCE 2000 platform on-site. To use this publication, you should be familiar with telecommunications equipment and installation procedures, as well as electronic circuitry and wiring practices.

  • Page 8: Organization

    Organization Organization The major sections of this guide are as follows: Chapter SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide Title Description Introduction (on page 1-1) This chapter provides a brief introduction to Cisco Service Control. Overview ( on page 2-1) This chapter provides a hardware overview of the SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 9: Related Publications

    Preface Related Publications Your SCE 2000 platform and the software running on it contain extensive features and functionality, which are documented in the following resources: • Cisco CLI software: Cisco Service Control Engine (SCE) Software Configuration Guide • Cisco Service Control Engine (SCE) CLI Command Reference •...

  • Page 10: Document Conventions

    Document Conventions Document Conventions Command descriptions use the following conventions: boldface font italic font {x | y | z} [x | y | z] string Screen examples use the following conventions: screen font boldface screen font Information you must enter is in boldface screen font. italic screen font <...

  • Page 11: Obtaining Documentation

    Cisco documentation and additional literature are available on Cisco.com http://www.cisco.com. Cisco also provides several ways to obtain technical assistance and other technical resources. These sections explain how to obtain technical information from Cisco Systems. Cisco.com You can access the most current Cisco documentation at this URL http://www.cisco.com/univercd/home/home.htm.

  • Page 12: Submitting A Service Request

    • Cisco Marketplace (http://www.cisco.com/go/marketplace/) provides a variety of Cisco books, reference guides, and logo merchandise. The Cisco Product Catalog describes the networking products offered by Cisco Systems, as • well as ordering and customer support services. SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide...

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    Both new and experienced users will benefit from these publications. For current Cisco Press titles and other information, go to Cisco Press (http://www.ciscopress.com). Packet (http://www.cisco.com/packet) magazine is the Cisco Systems technical user magazine • for maximizing Internet and networking investments. Each quarter, Packet delivers coverage...

  • Page 15: Introduction

    C H A P T E R 1 Introduction This chapter contains the following sections: • SCE Platform Management Interfaces The Service Control Engine family of programmable network devices is capable of performing stateful flow inspection of IP traffic, and controlling that traffic based on configurable rules. The Service Control Engine platforms provide a real-time classification of network usage through programmable, stateful inspection of bi-directional traffic flows and the mapping of these flows with user ownership.

  • Page 16: Sce Platform Management Interfaces

    SCE Platform Management Interfaces SCE Platform Management Interfaces You can manage the SCE 2000 platform through either of its management interfaces, CLI or SNMP. Both these interfaces provide management access to the same database of the SCE 2000 platform; any configuration changes made through one interface are also reflected through the other interface.

  • Page 17: Overview Of The Sce 2000 Platform

    Overview of the SCE 2000 Platform This chapter provides a brief overview of the Cisco Service Control concept and an introduction to the SCE 2000 4xGBE Platform, the Service Control hardware component. This chapter contains the following sections: • Service Control and the SCE Platform •...

  • Page 18: Service Control Management

    Service Control and the SCE Platform Table 2-1 Model number Link Type Number of Ports Number of Links Service Control Management The Service Control solution includes a complete management infrastructure that provides the following management components to manage all aspects of the Service Control solutions: Network management: complete network FCAPS Management (Fault, Configuration, •...

  • Page 19: Front Panel

    Chapter 2 Overview of the SCE 2000 Platform Front Panel Front Panel The SCE 2000 Front Panel consists of ports and LEDs as shown in the following figure and tables. Figure 2-2: SE2000 Front Panel SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-7824-02...

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    Front Panel Table 2-2 Port Mng1/ Mng2 Console GBE ports 1- Table 2-3 LED Groups Power A Power B Status SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide SCE 2000 Ports Quantity Description 10/100/1000 Ethernet RJ-45 ports for management of the SCE 2000. Mng 2 is currently not operational.

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    Chapter 2 Overview of the SCE 2000 Platform LED Groups Bypass GBE ports OL-7824-02 Description • Continuous green: indicates that the traffic bypasses the SCE 2000 through an internal electrical bypass module. Single SCE 2000 topology: The SCE 2000 is either in bypass or sniffing mode Cascaded topology: Either the SCE 2000 is forwarding traffic to the other SCE 2000, where it is being processed, or is simply in bypass mode, so traffic through it is not being processed.

  • Page 22: Back Panel

    Back Panel Back Panel The SCE 2000 platform back-panel contains the following components: Two field-replaceable power supply units with ON/OFF switches • • A field-replaceable fan drawer Ground connections • Two connectors to the external bypass module • The rear panels of both the AC- and DC-powered SCE 2000 platforms are shown in the following pair of figures.

  • Page 23: Checking The Shipping Container Contents

    Chapter 2 Overview of the SCE 2000 Platform Checking the Shipping Container Contents Use the SCE 2000 Components List to check the contents of the SCE 2000 platform shipping container. Do not discard the shipping container. You need the container if you move or ship the SCE 2000 platform in the future.

  • Page 24: Sce 2000 Installation Checklist

    Note We no longer ship the entire SCE 2000 documentation set automatically with each system. You must specifically order the documentation as part of the sales order. If you ordered documentation and did not receive it, we will ship the documents to you within 24 hours. To order documents, contact a customer service representative.

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    Chapter 2 Overview of the SCE 2000 Platform Table 2-5 Task Date SCE 2000 received SCE 2000 and all accessories unpacked Safety recommendations and guidelines reviewed Topology verified: number of SCE 2000 platforms, number of links, and whether inline or receive-only Installation Checklist copied Site log established and background information entered Site power voltages verified...

  • Page 27: Topology

    Topology This chapter describes the possible deployment topologies of the SCE 2000. The Cisco SCE solution offers a number of basic topology options that permit the user to tailor the SCE Platform to fit the needs of a particular installation. An understanding of the various issues and options is crucial to designing, deploying, and configuring the topology that best meets the requirements of the individual system.

  • Page 28: Functionality

    Topology Considerations Number of links: The SCE 2000 may be connected to one or two GBE links. This is relevant • for both bump-in-the-wire and Receive-Only topologies. • Redundancy: Must the system be designed to guarantee uninterrupted SCE 2000 functionality? If so, there must be a backup SCE 2000 Platform to assume operation in case of failure of the primary device.

  • Page 29: Link Continuity

    Chapter 3 Topology Link Continuity The bypass mechanism of the SCE 2000 allows traffic to continue to flow, if desired, even if the device itself is not functioning. Note that when the SCE 2000 is connected to the network through an optical splitter, a failure of the SCE 2000 does not affect the traffic flow, as the traffic continues to flow through the optical splitter.

  • Page 30: Physical Topologies

    Physical Topologies Single Link: Receive-only Topology In this topology, an optical splitter resides physically on the GBE link between the subscribers and the network. The traffic passes through the optical splitter, which splits traffic to the SCE 2000. The SCE 2000, therefore, only receives traffic and does not transmit. Figure 3-1: Single SCE Platform Single Link: Receive-Only Topology When configuring the SCE 2000, an optical splitter topology is referred to as “receive-only”...

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    Chapter 3 Topology Physical Topologies Single Link: Inline Topology Typically, the SCE 2000 is connected in a full duplex GBE link between two devices (Router, BRAS, etc.). When the SCE 2000 is installed as a bump-in-the-wire, it physically resides on the data link between the subscribers and the network.

  • Page 32: Two Cascaded Sce 2000s For Dual Links

    Physical Topologies Dual Link: Receive-Only Topology In this topology, one SCE 2000 is connected in receive-only mode to two full duplex, GBE links using optical splitters. If the two links are load-shared, asymmetrical routing might occur, and some of the flows may be split, i.e. the upstream packets of the flow go on one link, and the downstream packets go on the other link.

  • Page 33: Topology-related Parameters

    Chapter 3 Topology Two Cascaded SCE 2000s: Inline Topology This topology allows both control and monitoring functionality where redundancy is required and “inline” connection is used. The two SCE 2000s are cascaded, so the primary SCE 2000 process the traffic of the two links, while the secondary SCE 2000 only bypasses the traffic of its links to the primary SCE 2000 for processing, and then bypasses the processed traffic back to the link.

  • Page 34: Sce 2000 Configuration

    Physical Topologies SCE 2000 Configuration There are four topology-related parameters: Connection mode: Can be any one of the following, depending on the physical installation of • the SCE 2000: Inline: single SCE 2000 inline • • Receive-only: single SCE 2000 receive-only •...

  • Page 35: Physically Connected Links Parameter

    Chapter 3 Topology Physically Connected Links Parameter If the system consists of more than one device, this parameter defines which link is connected to this SCE 2000. Currently the system supports a maximum of two links, which are designated link 0 and link 1.

  • Page 37: Installation And Maintenance

    Installation and Maintenance This chapter explains how to install a SCE 2000 platform in a rack or in a general tabletop or workbench installation. Additionally, this chapter contains instructions for installing or replacing the power supply units and fan modules. Before you install, operate, or service the system, read the Site Preparation and Safety Guide.

  • Page 38: Tools And Parts Required

    Preparing to Install the SCE 2000 Platform Figure 4-1: SCE 2000 Measurements Table 4-1 Dimension Height Width Depth Weight Tools and Parts Required The SCE 2000 chassis is fully assembled at the factory, including the application and software packages. No assembly is required. However, you need the following tools and equipment to install the SCE 2000 chassis and the rack-mount kit (if installing the SCE 2000 platform in a rack), fan modules, and power supplies: •...

  • Page 39: Site Requirement Guidelines

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Rack-mounting kit (optional) • • A new AC-input or DC-input power supply • A new fan module Site Requirement Guidelines The environmental monitoring functionality in the SCE 2000 protects the system and components from potential damage from over-voltage and over-temperature conditions. To ensure normal operation and to avoid unnecessary maintenance, plan your site configuration and prepare your site before installation.

  • Page 40: Installing The Sce 2000 Platform

    Installing the SCE 2000 Platform Site Requirements The following tables contain the site requirement specifications for the SCE 2000. Table 4-2 Specification Temperature - Short term temperatures* Relative humidity Heat dissipation *Short term is defined as not more than 96 consecutive hours, not more than 15 days in one year. 360 hours total in any given year, but no more than 15 occurrences in a one-year period.

  • Page 41: Installation Precautions

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance If you are not rack-mounting your SCE 2000, place it on a sturdy tabletop or workbench. A rubber feet kit is included for tabletop installations. This section provides instructions for the physical installation of the SCE 2000 platform, including how to install the SCE 2000 in a rack, how to install the SCE 2000 on a tabletop or workbench, and how to properly ground the SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 42: Installing The Sce 2000 On A Workbench Or Tabletop

    Installing the SCE 2000 Platform Installing the SCE 2000 on a Workbench or Tabletop You can install the SCE 2000 platform on any flat surface as long as the surface is large enough for the SCE 2000 (see the table in SCE 2000 Dimensions), and allows for adequate air flow/ventilation around the sides of the SCE 2000, as described in the Installation Precautions (on page 4-5)).

  • Page 43: Rack-mounting A Sce 2000 Platform

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Rack-Mounting a SCE 2000 Platform You can mount the SCE 2000 platform to a 19” rack. There are two standard types of equipment racks, and the appropriate brackets for each are provided in the enclosed kit. 19”...

  • Page 44: Attaching The Brackets To The Sce

    Installing the SCE 2000 Platform Attaching the Brackets to the SCE 2000 Before installing the SCE 2000 in the rack, you must first install an appropriate rack-mount bracket on each side of the front of the SCE 2000, as illustrated in the following figure. See Tools and Parts Required (on page 4-2) for a listing of the parts and tools required for installing the rack–mount.

  • Page 45: Attaching The Crossrail Supports To The Rack

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Figure 4-5: Attaching the Mounting Brackets (2-post) Repeat steps 1 and 2 on the other side of the SCE 2000. Step 3 This completes the steps for attaching the rack-mount brackets to the SCE 2000. If mounting the SCE 2000 in a rack with only two posts, skip to Mounting the System to a Rack (Mounting the System to a Rack If mounting the SCE 2000 in a rack with four posts, proceed to the next step to attach the crossrail supports...

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    Installing the SCE 2000 Platform To install the crossrail supports on a four-post rack (both front and back posts), complete the following steps: Assemble the two crossrail supports as illustrated below. Use three screws for each Step 1 crossrail assembly. Make sure that they are oriented so that both crossrails will support the SCE 2000 when they are attached to the rack.

  • Page 47: Mounting The System To The Rack

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Step 4 Insert and tighten two screws to the Back posts of the rack. Figure 4-7: Attaching the Crossrails to the Rack Step 5 Repeat steps 2 through 4 on the other side of the rack, keeping the brackets flush against the posts and parallel to the supporting bracket on first side of the rack.

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    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Installing the SCE 2000 Platform A rack with both front and back posts will have the crossrail supports installed. Slide the SCE 2000 onto these crossrails and push it all the way back. Figure 4-8: Sliding the SCE 2000 into the Rack SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide 4-12 OL-7824-02...

  • Page 49: Attaching A Chassis Ground Connection

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Step 4 While keeping the brackets flush against the posts or mounting strips, align the holes in the brackets with the holes on the rack or mounting strip. Figure 4-9: Securing the SCE 2000 to the Rack Step 5 For each bracket, insert and tighten two appropriate screws to the rack.

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    Installing the SCE 2000 Platform To connect the grounding cable to the chassis grounding connector on the SCE 2000, complete the following steps: From the enclosed Grounding kit, remove the necessary materials: the grounding cable Step 1 (green and yellow colored cable) and pairs of hex nuts and spring washers. Step 2 On the Rear panel of the SCE 2000, locate the chassis grounding connector (refer to the appropriate figure for an AC- or DC-powered SCE 2000 below).

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    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Installing the SCE 2000 Platform Figure 4-11: Grounding the Unit (DC) This completes the procedure for installing the SCE 2000 chassis. Proceed to the next section, Connecting to the Power Supply, to continue the installation. SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide OL-7824-02 4-15...

  • Page 52: Power Supply Overview

    Power Supply Overview Power Supply Overview The SCE 2000 is available in two power options: Dual line feed AC power: SCE 2000 is shipped with two appropriate AC power supply cords. • • Dual line feed DC power: requires appropriate cables (hex or loop connectors) (see Connecting the DC Power Supply).

  • Page 53: Leds

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance The handle of the DC unit is at the top of the unit. Figure 4-13: DC Power Module LEDs The following LEDs are used to monitor the functioning of the power supply units: On the power supply unit (both AC-input and DC-input): •...

  • Page 54: Power Supply Specifications

    Power Supply Overview Table 4-5 LED State On (green) Table 4-6 Units LED State Continuous green Unlit Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) monitors the activity of the power supplies. In most Note cases when a power supply problem occurs, an SNMP trap is sent in SNMP and the appropriate message is posted on the SCE 2000 CLI.

  • Page 55: Removing And Replacing A Power Supply Unit

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Note For AC-input power, we recommend powering the SCE 2000 platform from a 120 VAC, 15A receptacle U.S. (240 VAC, 10A international) at the power source. Removing and Replacing a Power Supply Unit The procedures for removing and replacing the AC-input or DC-input power supply are explained in the following sections: Powering Down the Power Supply Unit and Disconnecting Input Power (on page 4-19) •...

  • Page 56: Powering Down An Ac-input Power Supply

    Removing and Replacing a Power Supply Unit Powering Down an AC-Input Power Supply To power down an AC-input power supply to the SCE 2000 platform, complete the following steps: Warning Make sure that the power supply unit is switched off before replacing a power supply unit (NO hot- swap).

  • Page 57: Removing The Power Supply Unit

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Step 4 Remove the screw from one DC power line input lead receptacle and pull the lead from the connector. Repeat this step for the remaining lead. This completes the procedure for powering down a DC-input power supply unit on a SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 58: Reconnecting The Power

    Removing and Replacing a Power Supply Unit Note The power supply is not fully seated until you tighten the installation screw on the faceplate. This completes the procedures for replacing a power supply in a SCE 2000 platform. Reconnecting the Power The following sections describe how to reconnect the AC or DC power: •...

  • Page 59: Reconnecting Dc-input Power Supply Unit

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Note For AC-input power, we recommend powering the SCE 2000 platform from a 120 VAC, 15A receptacle U.S. (240 VAC, 10A international) at the power source. 15 A branch circuit protection is recommended. Step 2 Plug the AC power supply cable into the AC power source.

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    Removing and Replacing a Power Supply Unit Step 3 Insert one receptacle screw into the hex or loop connector on one power line input, insert the screw with the connector into the corresponding lead receptacle and tighten the receptacle screw using the number 2 Phillips . Repeat for the remaining power line input lead.

  • Page 61: Fan Module Overview

    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance This completes the steps for reconnecting the DC-input power supply to the SCE 2000 platform. Fan Module Overview The fan module provides cooling for the internal components. The fan drawer is a field- replaceable unit containing five fans, and is installed at the right rear of the SCE 2000 platform. When a fan malfunctions, the fan module should be replaced as promptly as possible.

  • Page 62: Removing The Fan Module

    Fan Module Overview Do not remove or install modules without using appropriate anti-static guard measures. The SCE 2000 ESD Warning includes an anti-static wrist strap in the accessory kit. Attach the copper tape strap to an unpainted metal surface on the chassis. You may leave the strap connected to the chassis when your have finished. Removing the Fan Module When removing the fan drawer, keep hands and fingers away from the spinning fan blades.

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    Chapter 4 Installation and Maintenance Step 3 Gently, but firmly, slide the module into the chassis until its faceplate is flush with the chassis rear panel. Figure 4-17: Inserting the Fan Module When inserting a fan module into the SCE 2000 platform, do not use unnecessary force; slamming the Warning fan module into the chassis can damage the connectors on the rear of the module.

  • Page 64: Replacing The Battery

    Replacing the Battery Replacing the Battery The SCE 2000 has a lithium battery on its main circuit board. When the battery loses its charge, call Cisco Technical Support to replace the battery. Do not attempt to replace this battery yourself Warning There is danger of explosion if the lithium battery is incorrectly replaced.

  • Page 65: Connecting The Management Interfaces And Performing Initial System Configuration

    Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration This chapter explains how to connect the SCE 2000 platform to a local console and perform the initial system configuration via the setup wizard that runs automatically. Additionally, this chapter contains instructions for cabling the Fast Ethernet Management interface.

  • Page 66: Setting Up The Local Console

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Local Console Setting Up the Local Console This section provides instructions for setting up your local terminal at your workstation, to enable you to perform the initial system configuration of the SCE 2000 system using the setup utility. Figure 5-1: Connecting to the Local Console Make sure that the terminal configuration is as follows: 9600 baud...

  • Page 67: Initial System Configuration

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Step 4 Press Enter several times until the Cisco logo appears on the local terminal and the setup configuration dialog is entered. At any point you may enter a question mark ‘?’ followed by ‘Enter’ for help. Use ctrl-C to abort configuration dialog at any prompt.

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    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration admin password root password password encryption status Time Settings time zone name and offset local time and date SNTP Configuration broadcast client status unicast query interval unicast server IP address DNS Configuration DNS lookup status default domain name IP address RDR Formatter Destination Configuration...

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration SNMP agent status GET community names SET community names trap managers (maximum Authentication Failure trap status enterprise traps status system administrator Topology Configuration connection mode type of deployment physically connected link (cascade topology only) priority (cascade topology only)

  • Page 70: Step 1: Configuring Initial Settings

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration In certain cases, there will be two or more logically related parameters within a menu. In these • situations, it is not permitted to jump to the end of the setup dialog until all related parameters are configured.

  • Page 71: Step 2: Configuring The Hostname

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration XAMPLE The following example displays a typical configuration of the IP address (10.1.5.109), subnet mask (255.255.0.0), and default gateway (10.1.1.3). Since the IP address and the subnet mask are related, when the IP address is changed, there is no longer a default value of the subnet mask, and it must be entered explicitly.

  • Page 72: Step 4: Configuring Time Settings

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration Note Passwords are case sensitive. The default password for all levels is “cisco”. Note To change the passwords, complete the following steps: Step 1 The default User password is displayed. To accept the displayed value, press Enter. •...

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration You must enter the time setting menu in order to configure SNTP settings. You may choose to skip the time settings menu if you wish to accept all default values. Unlike all other settings defined in the system configuration, setting the time is done immediately and Note not at the end of the setup process.

  • Page 74: Step 5: Configuring The Dns Settings

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration To accept the displayed default value, press Enter. • • To change the value, type the desired number of seconds (64 through 1024) and press Enter. Enter time interval in seconds between unicast updates [1024]: You may enter an IP address for the SNTP unicast server.

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Enable IP DNS-based hostname translation? [yes]: If you choose to disable DNS lookup, skip the rest of this section and go to Step 6: Configuring the RDR Formatter Destination (on page 5-12). The rest of the dialog is not presented, as it is irrelevant when DNS lookup is disabled.

  • Page 76: Step 6: Configuring The Rdr Formatter Destination

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration Step 6: Configuring the RDR Formatter Destination The SCE 2000 passes Raw Data Records (RDRs) to an external collection system via the RDR- Formatter. In order for the data to reach the correct location, the IP address of the external collection system and its port number must be configured.

  • Page 77: Step 7: Configuring Access Control Lists (acls)

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Step 7: Configuring Access Control Lists (ACLs) The SCE 2000 can be configured with Access Control Lists (ACLs), which are used to permit or deny incoming connections on any of the management interfaces. Note ACL #0 is a pre-defined list that permits access to all IP addresses.

  • Page 78: Order Of Entries

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration Order of Entries The order of the entries in the list is important. The entries in the list are tested sequentially, and the action is determined by the first entry that matches the connecting IP address. Therefore, when the entry “any”...

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Type “any” and press Enter to include any IP address in the ACL. Note that there is no default for this parameter. Enter IP address or the word ‘any’ to denote any IP address: Step 6 If you entered a specific IP address, enter the wildcard bits to define a range of IP addresses and press Enter.

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    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration XAMPLE This example illustrates a common access control scenario. Let us assume the following: • We want to permit every station to access the SCE on the management port (e.g. ping, SNMP polling etc.). We want to restrict Telnet access to only a few permitted stations. •...

  • Page 81: Step 8: Configuring Snmp

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Step 8: Configuring SNMP Managing the SCE 2000 is possible also via a Network Management System (NMS) that supports SNMP. By default, SNMP is disabled on the SCE 2000. To enable SNMP management you must configure the following basic SNMP parameters: •...

  • Page 82

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration The SNMP agent that resides inside the SCE 2000 will respond only to SET requests that use this community string. Enter SNMP SET community name: Note that there is no default for this parameter. Assign an access list to restrict the SNMP management stations that may use this SET Step 7 community.

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration To disable the Authentication Failure trap, press Enter. • To enable the Authentication Failure trap, type y and press Enter. • Enable the ‘Authentication Failure’ trap [no]: Step 15 Configure the SCE enterprise trap status.

  • Page 84: Step 9: Configuring The Topology-dependent Parameters

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration Step 9: Configuring the Topology-Dependent Parameters The topology configuration menu is a series of guided questions relating to the deployment of the SCE 2000 in the network and its mode of operation. Values for the parameters are configured based on the user answers.

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Secondary • • On-Failure behavior: Determines the behavior of the SCE 2000 upon failure, or reboot. One of the following link modes may be chosen for the SCE 2000 in the cases of failure or reboot: Bypass: traffic is bypassed using the internal bypass card.

  • Page 86

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration To specify Primary, press Enter. • • To specify Secondary, type 2 and press Enter. Enter SCE 2000 priority: 1- primary 2- secondary Enter your choice [1]: Step 6 Specify the On-failure link behavior. • To specify Bypass, press Enter.

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    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration XAMPLE Following is a sample topology configuration for a non-redundant bump-in-the-wire (inline) topology. In this topology, a single SCE 2000 is connected to one or two GBE links. When the inline connection mode is specified, the user must specify the on-failure link behavior. Would you like to enter the Topology configuration menu? [no]: y Enter Connection mode: 1- inline...

  • Page 88: Step 10: Completing And Saving The Configuration

    Chapter 5 Initial System Configuration Step 10: Completing and Saving the Configuration When you have completed the entire configuration, the system checks for errors. If errors are found, a warning message appears. When the configuration is error-free, you may apply and save To complete and save the configuration, complete the following steps: Step 1 The system informs you that data collection is complete.

  • Page 89

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Do you want to save a copy of the startup configuration file in a remote station? [no]: To save the configuration to a remote station, type y and press Enter. The system will ask for FTP path: Enter a full FTP path of the remote destination: Step 6...

  • Page 90: Connecting The Management Interface

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interface XAMPLE Following is an example of a configuration that was applied and saved to the startup configuration as well as to an FTP site. Although not demonstrated in this example, it is recommended that you always view the configuration before applying it.

  • Page 91: Cabling The Management Port

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration Cabling the Management Port The SCE 2000 has two management ports, labeled Mng1 and Mng 2. Use the Mng 1 port. The Mng 2 port is currently not operational. To cable the management port, complete the following steps: Take the Ethernet cable provided (with attached RJ-45 connector) and plug it into the Step 1...

  • Page 92: Verifying Management Interface Connectivity

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interface Verifying Management Interface Connectivity If the SCE 2000 platform has been powered up, test now to verify that connectivity has been established between the SCE 2000 and the remote management host. If the SCE 2000 platform is not powered up, perform this step after starting the SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 93

    Chapter 5 Connecting the Management Interfaces and Performing Initial System Configuration This completes the procedures for connecting the management interfaces and for initial configuration of the SCE 2000 platform. Proceed to the next chapter for a description of the procedures for cabling the Gigabit Ethernet ports and for configuring Gigabit Ethernet (GBE) interface parameters.

  • Page 95: Cabling The Line Ports And Completing The Installation

    Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation This chapter provides instructions for cabling the Gigabit Ethernet ports for both one and two SCE 2000 topologies, and for configuring Gigabit Ethernet (GBE) interface parameters. In a topology utilizing two SCE 2000s (cascade), this includes the cascade ports as well as the line ports.

  • Page 96: Cabling Diagrams

    Connecting the line ports to the network Cabling Diagrams Before beginning, find the appropriate cabling diagram for the topology in your installation: Single SCE 2000 topologies • Single Link: Inline Topology (on page 6-2) • • Single Link: Receive-only Topology (on page 6-3) Dual Link: Single SCE 2000 Topologies (on page 6-3) •...

  • Page 97

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Single Link: Receive-only Topology In this topology, an optical splitter resides physically on the GBE link that the SCE 2000 should monitor. The optical splitter is connected to the SCE 2000 via Rx links only. In this topology, the traffic passes through the optical splitter, which splits traffic to the SCE 2000.

  • Page 98

    Connecting the line ports to the network As with the single link cabling, inline topologies require both Receive and Transmit fibers, while Receive-only systems use only Receive fibers. Receive-only topologies can be implemented using either an optical splitter or a switch. If a switch is Note used, it must support SPAN functionality that includes separation between ingress and egress traffic and multiple SPAN-ports destinations.

  • Page 99

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Dual Link: Two SCE 2000s Topology In this topology, two SCE 2000s are connected to two full duplex, GBE links, providing full redundancy through cascading the two SCE 2000s. The SCE 2000s may be either inline, to support both monitoring and traffic control functionality, or receive-only for traffic monitoring functionality only.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Connecting the line ports to the network Inline topologies require connecting both Receive and Transmit fibers to the SCE 2000. Cascade ports always require both Receive and Transmit fibers to be connected. The following diagram illustrates the connections for a dual link, two SCE 2000-platform inline topology.

  • Page 101: Configuring The Gbe Interface Parameters

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Configuring the GBE Interface Parameters By default, the SCE 2000 GBE line interface ports are configured with auto-negotiation disabled. The procedure for enabling auto-negotiation for the GBE line interface ports is explained in the following section.

  • Page 102: Connecting The Gbe Line Interface Ports

    Connecting the line ports to the network Connecting the GBE Line Interface Ports The following sections present the general procedure for cabling the GBE interface ports. Refer to Cabling Diagrams (on page 6-2) to find the appropriate cabling diagram for the topology of your system for the specific connections required.

  • Page 103

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Connecting the line ports to the network Make sure to push on the connector until you hear a click, which indicates that the connector is fully inserted and secured in the receptacle. Always make sure that you insert the connector completely into the socket.

  • Page 104: Testing Connectivity: Examining Link Leds And Counters

    Connecting the line ports to the network Testing Connectivity: Examining Link LEDs and Counters If the SCE 2000 platform has been powered up, test now to verify that connectivity has been established on all links. If the SCE 2000 platform is not powered up, perform this step after starting the SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 105

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation XAMPLE The following example displays a system response. SCE 2000#show interface GigabitEthernet 0/1 Auto negotiation configured: Enabled Actual Status: Link is on Auto negotiation: Enabled Bandwidth: 100000Kbps Burst-size: 50000bytes Auto-negotiation for bump-in-the-wire topology may be enabled or disabled. For receive-only topologies, using an external splitter, auto-negotiation must be disabled.

  • Page 106: Installing A Cascaded System

    Installing a Cascaded System Installing a Cascaded System This section outlines the installation procedures for a redundant solution with two cascaded SCE 2000 platforms. Refer to the Cisco Service Control Engine (SCE) CLI Command Reference for details of the CLI commands. Warning When working with two SCE 2000 platforms with split-flow and redundancy, it is extremely important to follow this installation procedure.

  • Page 107: Cli Commands

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Step 11 You can now start working with the Subscriber Manager. CLI Commands This section presents CLI commands relevant to the configuration and monitoring of a redundant system. Use the following commands to configure and monitor a redundant system: •...

  • Page 108: Link Mode

    Installing a Cascaded System To configure the connection mode: From the SCE 2000 Step 1 cascade/receive-only-cascade [physically-connected-links {link-0/link-1}] [priority {primary/secondary}] [on-failure {bypass/cutoff}] and press Enter. XAMPLE Use the following command to configure the primary SCE 2000 platform in a two-SCE 2000 platform inline topology.

  • Page 109: Monitoring The System

    Chapter 6 Cabling the Line Ports and Completing the Installation Sniffing: allows the SCE 2000 platform to forward traffic on the specified link through the • bypass mechanism while still analyzing the traffic passively. Sniffing is permitted to be configured for for all links, only (use the all-links option). Cutoff: completely cuts off flow of traffic through the specified link.

  • Page 110: Loading And Activating A Service Control Application

    Loading and Activating a Service Control Application To view the current link mode: From the SCE 2000 Step 1 and press To view the current link mappings: From the SCE 2000 Step 1 physically-connected-links and press Loading and Activating a Service Control Application The SCE 2000 platform provides the basic functionalities of Service Control analysis and enforcement.

  • Page 111: Basic Sce 2000 Platform Operations

    Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations This chapter describes how to start up the SCE 2000 platform, reboot, and shutdown. It also describes how to manage configurations. This chapter contains the following sections: • Starting the SCE 2000 Platform • Managing SCE 2000 Configurations •...

  • Page 112: Starting The System And Observing Initial Conditions

    Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software IOS (tm) 7300 Software (C7300-JS-M), Version 12.1(9), CISCO RELEASED VERSION Copyright (c) 1986-2001 by Cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Tue 17-Jul-01 01:51 by biff Image text-base:0x40008970, data-base:0x40BF8000...

  • Page 113: Final Tests

    Chapter 7 Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations Final Tests The procedures for performing the final tests to verify that the SCE 2000 is functioning properly are explained in the following sections: Verifying Operational Status (on page 7-3) • • Viewing the User Log Verifying Operational Status After all the ports are connected, verify that the SCE 2000 is not in a Warning state.

  • Page 114: Managing Sce 2000 Configurations

    Managing SCE 2000 Configurations XAMPLE The following example shows the current User-File-Log device counters. SCE 2000#show logger device user-file-log counters Logger device User-File-Log counters: Total info messages: 1 Total warning messages: 0 Total error messages: 0 Total fatal messages: 0 If there are “Total error messages”...

  • Page 115

    Chapter 7 Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations To view the running configuration, complete the following steps: At the SCE 2000# prompt, type show running-config. Step 1 The system shows the running configuration. SCE 2000#show running-config #This is a general configuration file (running-config). #Created on 15:50:56 #cli-type 1 #version 1...

  • Page 116

    Managing SCE 2000 Configurations To show the version information for the SCE 2000 platform software and hardware, complete the following steps: At the SCE 2000# prompt, type show version. Step 1 The system shows the version information. SCE 2000#show version System version: Version 2.5.2 Build 240 Build time: Jan 11 2005, 07:34:47 Software version is: Version 2.5.2 Build 240...

  • Page 117: Saving The Configuration Settings

    Chapter 7 Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations To show the system uptime for the SCE 2000 platform software and hardware, complete the following steps: Step 1 At the SCE 2000# prompt, type show system-uptime. The system shows how long the system has been running since the last reboot. SCE 2000#show system-uptime SCE 2000 uptime is 21 minutes, 37 seconds SCE 2000#...

  • Page 118

    Managing SCE 2000 Configurations XAMPLE The following example shows the running configuration file. SCE 2000#show running-config #This is a general configuration file (running-config). #Created on 15:50:56 #cli-type 1 #version 1 clock timezone CET 1 snmp-server community “public” ro snmp-server host 10.1.1.253 traps version 1 “public” interface LineCard 0 connection-mode active no silent...

  • Page 119: Recovering A Previous Configuration

    Chapter 7 Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations Recovering a Previous Configuration When you save a new configuration, the system automatically backs up the old configuration in the directory tffs0:system/prevconf/. Up to nine versions of the startup configuration file are saved, namely config.tx1-config.tx9, where config.tx1 is the most recently saved file.

  • Page 120: Performing Complex Configurations

    Performing Complex Configurations XAMPLE The following example displays a saved configuration file and then restores the file to overwrite the current configuration. SCE 2000#more tffs0:system/prevconf/config.tx1 #This is a general configuration file (running-config). #Created on 19:36:07 UTC THU February 14 2002 #cli-type 1 #version 1 interface LineCard 0...

  • Page 121: Rebooting And Shutting Down The Sce Platform

    Chapter 7 Basic SCE 2000 Platform Operations Rebooting and Shutting Down the SCE Platform Rebooting the SCE Platform Rebooting the SCE 2000 platform is required after installing a new firmware, in order for that firmware to take effect. There might be other occasions where rebooting the SCE 2000 platform is necessary.

  • Page 122: Shutting Down The Sce Platform

    Rebooting and Shutting Down the SCE Platform Shutting Down the SCE Platform Shutting down the SCE 2000 platform is required before turning the power off. This helps to ensure that non-volatile memory devices in the SCE 2000 platform are properly flushed in an orderly manner.

  • Page 123: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Your SCE 2000 platform went through extensive testing before leaving the factory. However, if you encounter problems starting it, use the information in this chapter to help isolate the cause of the problems. The procedures in this chapter assume that you are troubleshooting the initial system startup, and that your SCE 2000 platform is in the original factory configuration.

  • Page 124: Troubleshooting Tools

    Troubleshooting Overview The following table shows the general troubleshooting strategy described in this chapter. Refer to this table, as necessary, to follow the steps to isolate problems to a specific subsystem and resolve the problem if possible. Table 8-1 Action Step 1 Turn power on.

  • Page 125

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting SCE 2000(config)#boot system ftp://vk:vk@10.1.1.230/downloads/SENum.pkg.pkg Verifying package file SENum.pkg.pkg… Package file verified OK. Troubleshooting the management subsystem: • show interface FastEthernet 0/0: Displays IP address and auto-negotiation • information for the management interface. Following is a sample output from the show interface FastEthernet command. ip address: 10.1.6.145 subnet mask: 255.255.0.0 Configured speed: auto, configured duplex: auto...

  • Page 126: The User Log

    Troubleshooting Overview ip address: 10.1.6.145 subnet mask: 255.255.0.0 Configured duplex: auto AutoNegotiation is On, link is Up, actual duplex: half show interface GigabitEthernet 0/# counters: Displays the values of counters of a • GBE interface. Following is a sample output from the show interface counters command. In total octets: 191520 In good unicast packets: 560 In good multicast packets: 0...

  • Page 127

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Copying the User Log You can view the log file by copying it to an external source or to disk. This command copies both log files to the local SCE 2000 platform disk or any external host running a FTP server. To copy the user log to an external source, complete the following steps: Step 1 From the SCE 2000# prompt, type logger get user-log file-name...

  • Page 128

    Troubleshooting Overview Clearing the User Log You can clear the contents of the user log at any time. It is recommended that a copy be made before the log is cleared. To clear the user log, complete the following steps: From the SCE 2000# prompt, type clear logger device user-file-log and press Enter.

  • Page 129: Generating A File For Technical Support

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Generating a File for Technical Support In order for technical support to be most effective, the user should provide them with the information contained in the system logs. Use the logger get support-file command to generate a support file for the use of Cisco technical support staff. To generate a log file for technical support, complete the following steps: From the SCE 2000# prompt, type logger get support-file filename and Step 1...

  • Page 130: Sce 2000 Operational Status

    Troubleshooting Overview SCE 2000 Operational Status The following table lists the operational states of the SCE 2000. The Status LED on the SCE 2000 Front Panel reflects the current SCE 2000 operational status. The operational status can be displayed using CLI command show system operation-status. Table 8-2 SCE 2000 Operational...

  • Page 131: Problem Solving Using A Subsystems Approach

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Problem Solving Using a Subsystems Approach Identifying Startup Problems Startup problems are commonly due to the source power or to a poor cable connection. When you start up the SCE 2000 platform for the first time, you should observe the startup sequence described in the Starting the SCE 2000 Platform (on page 7-1).

  • Page 132

    Problem Solving Using a Subsystems Approach Table 8-3 Symptom Power LED on the front panel and LEDs on the power supply unit are not lit, or do not remain lit continuously. Table 8-4 LED Label Power A/B (front panel) SCE 2000 4xGBE Installation and Configuration Guide 8-10 Troubleshooting the Power Subsystem Possible Cause...

  • Page 133: Troubleshooting The Firmware Package Installation

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting the Firmware Package Installation Check the following to help isolate a problem in the installation of the firmware package. Problems related to the installation of the firmware package could be any of the following: • File not found in the expected location Wrong file type.

  • Page 134: Troubleshooting The Management Subsystem

    Problem Solving Using a Subsystems Approach Troubleshooting the Management Subsystem Check the following to help isolate a problem in the management subsystem. Problems in the management subsystem could be any of the following: Management link is down. (Mng LINK LED not lit--also Status is WARNING) •...

  • Page 135

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting • Telnet connection cannot be established • Mng LINK LED is lit (link is up) Telnet connection terminates automatically OL-7824-02 CLI command: Telnet server is disabled show telnet status CLI command: Too many Telnet connections (up to 5 concurrent sessions show telnet sessions are supported) CLI command:...

  • Page 136: Troubleshooting The Link Interface Subsystem

    Problem Solving Using a Subsystems Approach Troubleshooting the Link Interface Subsystem Check the following to help isolate a problem in the link interface subsystem. In general, the case where no traffic is coming out of the SCE 2000 is often caused by link problems or GBE interface configuration.

  • Page 137

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting • GBE link is up (GBE interface link LED is continuous green and GBE interface Tx LED is flashing) • Peer does not receive traffic from SCE 2000 • GBE link is up (GBE interface link LED is continuous green) •...

  • Page 139: The External Optical Bypass Module

    The External Optical Bypass Module The SCE 2000 platform External Optical Bypass module preserves the service provider GBE links in case of complete power failure of the SCE 2000 platform, or for implementing a maintenance window. The SCE 2000 platform state-of-the-art Service Control platform is being deployed at ISPs, Cable and Wireless Tier1 provider networks, and is therefore required to comply with the carrier grade availability requirements of these mission critical networks.

  • Page 140: External Optical Bypass Functionality

    External Optical Bypass Functionality External Optical Bypass Functionality The External Optical Bypass module is connected bump-in-the-wire in the GBE link. It is then connected to the SCE 2000 platform with two types of connections: GBE optical connections for data link traffic: GBE connections from the External Optical •...

  • Page 141

    Appendix A The External Optical Bypass Module External Optical Bypass Functionality The figure below illustrates the operation of the bypass module when it is active (in bypass). The data traffic flows through the bypass module, and the GBE link no longer includes the SCE 2000 platform.

  • Page 142: The External Optical Bypass Module Front Panel

    The External Optical Bypass Module Front Panel The External Optical Bypass Module Front Panel The front panel of the External Optical bypass module contains the following components: SUB Rx/Tx: GBE port that connects to the network element on the Subscriber side of the link. •...

  • Page 143: Installing The External Bypass Module

    Appendix A The External Optical Bypass Module Installing the External Bypass Module Installation of the External Optical Bypass module requires two main steps, which are described in detail in the following sections. To install the External Optical Bypass module: Step 1 Install the module in the rack.

  • Page 144: Cabling The External Optical Bypass Module

    Installing the External Bypass Module Cabling the External Optical Bypass Module The following procedure describes how to cable the External Optical Bypass module. Note the following: • All connections to the External Optical Bypass module are on the front panel of the module. •...

  • Page 145

    Appendix A The External Optical Bypass Module The following figure illustrates the connectivity of the External Optical Bypass module. To cable the External Optical Bypass module: Connect an optical cable (user supplied) between the GBE port on the Subscriber side Step 1 network element and the SUB port on the External Optical Bypass module.

  • Page 146

    Installing the External Bypass Module Bypass module is now active (in bypass), and is performing a loopback on these interfaces. Step 6 Connect the control cable (supplied in the kit) from the Bypass 9-pin D-Type connector on the rear panel of the SCE 2000 platform to the Control connector on the External Optical Bypass module.

  • Page 147: Specifications

    Appendix A The External Optical Bypass Module Specifications Item Optical Connectors Switching Speed Operating Wavelength Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Weight Table A-1 Function Bypass Present (common to 2) Bypass Present (common to 1) Shield OL-7824-02 Value 15 ms max • Multi Mode: 850 nm •...

  • Page 149: Index

    Index Access control lists • 5-12 Airflow • 4-3 Application loading and testing • 6-15 Attaching a Chassis Ground Connection • 4- Attaching the Brackets to the SCE 2000 • 4- Attaching the Crossrail Supports to the Rack • 4-9 audience •...

  • Page 150

    Index Definitions of Service Request Severity • ix Document content • v conventions • vii Document Conventions • vii Documentation Feedback • viii Domain Name Server (DNS) • 5-10 Dual link Inline Installation • 3-5 Dual Link Receive-Only Topology • 3-6 Single SCE 2000 Topologies •...

  • Page 151

    Physically connected link • 3-9, 5-19, 6-12 Physically Connected Links Parameter • 3-9 Power turning on • 7-2 Power Supply Overview • 4-14 Power Supply Specifications • 4-17 Powering Down a DC-Input Power Supply Unit and Removing the DC-Input Leads • 4-19 Powering Down an AC-Input Power Supply •...

  • Page 152

    Index Configuring SNMP • 5-16 Step 9 Configuring the Topology-Dependent Parameters • 5-19 Submitting a Service Request • ix support • viii Testing Connectivity Examining Link LEDs and Counters • 6- The External Optical Bypass Module • A-1 The External Optical Bypass Module Front Panel •...

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