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Relay Access Device (FRAD), in a high-speed PC serial card that is installed in your desktop PC. Software Revision Level The Vanguard 100 PC runs Release 4.50 or higher of Motorola 6500 Series operating software. Special Notices The following notices emphasize certain information in the manual. Each serves a...
Related Documentation The following documentation is not provided with the Motorola Vanguard 100 PC; it can be ordered separately. To acquire any of these sets of documentation, refer to the following product codes: Product Code Documentation Kit Includes: 17460 6500 Series Documentation...
Additional Related Documentation The following documents contain information related to the installation and operation of 65xx and Vanguard platforms: The 6500 Series Options and Protocols Binder (Part No. 09950) Vanguard Operator's Guides Vanguard 100 Operator's Guide (Part No. 09962, Rev A) Vanguard 200 Operator's Guide (Part No.
About the Vanguard 100 PC Overview The Motorola Vanguard 100 PC is a multi-protocol Frame Relay Access Device (FRAD) housed on a PC serial card. It installs in a 16-bit ISA or VESA slot in your Personal Computer, and allows you to connect your PC to a Frame Relay, X.25, or ISDN network, as shown in Figure 0-1.
Features The Motorola Vanguard 100 PC is a FLASH-based mono FRAD or duo FRAD available with an optional integral DSU, ISDN U or S/T, or DIM Site daughtercard. An optional second port can be used for Dial Backup or as another user port.
All Vanguard 100 PCs are shipped with the Release 4.50 Toronto software option preinstalled. This software includes the following operating feature set: Software option..includes these protocols Toronto Async PAD, Transparent Polled Async Frame Relay Interface (FRI) Source Filename: 450c17.xrc ISDN D Packet, Leased Line Version String: V4.50-Toronto- Point to Point Protocol (PPP)
The default node configuration is PPP on Port #3, and Frame Relay Bypass on Ports #1 and #2. The PVC connection is to Port #1, if a daughtercard is installed, or Port #2 if there is no optional daughtercard. Note: To return the node to the default settings (default the node), you must do the following: Step Action Power up the PC with the Vanguard 100 PC installed and wait 1 minute...
Standard Hardware Installation Overview This chapter describes how to unpack your Motorola Vanguard 100 PC, order your DSU connection, and install, test, and monitor the Vanguard 100 PC. If you are installing any optional hardware components (DIMs or daughtercards), also refer to the procedures in Chapter 3, Optional Hardware Installation.
Figure 1-1. Unpacking the Vanguard 100 PC When You Receive Your Vanguard 100 PC Upon receipt of the Motorola Vanguard 100 PC, check the shipping carton and its contents for damage. Then inventory the contents of the shipping container against the diagram of parts shown in Figure 1-1.
FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements for DSU Before the Motorola Vanguard 100 PC can be connected to the network, you must: Provide the local telephone company with the equipment's DSU FCC Part 68 registration number, located on the mounting rail of the DSU daughtercard (see Figure 1-2).
If advance no tice is not feasible, you will be notified as soon as possible. When you are notified, you will be given the chance to correct the problem and be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Customer-Provided Telephone Equipment FCC regulations and telephone company procedures prohibit connection of customer-provided equipment to telephone company-provided coin service...
Step Action If you will be running in Plug-and-Play mode (see the "ISA/Plug-and- Play Mode" section on page -11), skip to Step 3. If you will be running in ISA mode, determine a COM port and IRQ that is not already assigned in your computer.
Figure 1-3. Seating the Vanguard 100 PC Jumper Locations To change from ISA to Plug-and-Play mode, or to change the default COM port or IRQ settings from the default to another setting, locate the jumpers on the surface of your Vanguard 100 PC. (See Figure 1-4 for the location of the jumpers.)
Figure 1-4. Jumper Locations ISA/Plug -and-Play Mode Vanguard 100 PC supports Plug-and-Play capability. A set of jumpers on the Vanguard 100 PC motherboard allows you to select between ISA and Plug-and- Play, as shown in Figure 1-5. Figure 1-5. ISA/Plug-and-Play Jumper Settings For Plug-and-Play to be in effect, the jumper must be set to PnP Mode, and you must be running software on your PC that supports Plug-and-Play.
communication, known as COM 1 and COM 2. Most computers and software also support COM 3 and COM 4. COM ports 3 and 4 are used whenever other devices are using COM ports 1 and 2. COM 5 is not a standard COM port, but it can be accessed with special software.
Figure 1-7. IRQ Jumper Settings Note: Any time the COM or IRQ setting for the Vanguard 100 PC is changed, the settings in the communications software must be changed to match. Testing After Installation To test your Vanguard 100 PC installation, you must be familiar with your communications software.
Figure 1-8. Vanguard 100 PC Rear Bracket Legend for Figure 1-8 Item Indicator Description ¨ Control Port (CP) When enabled, overrides the stored configuration, and sets port 3 (internal PC COM port) to 8 Bits, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit async 9600 bps. This will allow Control Port access via the .ctp command (PAD) or ATDS0 command (ATPAD).
Æ Default Node (DN) Used to reset all configurable parameters to default value. To default the node, you must: Step Action Power up the PC with the Vanguard 100 PC installed and wait 1 minute for the node to initialize. Enable the Default Node switch.
¥ Reset (R) Initiates reloading of the software and applications stored in memory. Note: Rebooting your PC will not reset the Vanguard 100 PC. Power-Up LED Sequence There are 6 LEDs on the rear bracket of the Vanguard 100 PC. When you have operational software installed, and press the Reset button or power cycle the PC, the following power-up sequence occurs.
Chapter 2 regarding installation of the Vanguard 100 PC in your host computer. Components on the Motorola Vanguard 100 PC Daughtercards and DIMs are sensitive to static discharge. You must use proper handling and grounding precautions when handling a Motorola Vanguard 100 PC daughtercard or DIM.
Example of DIM Position Figure 2-1 shows the DIM position on the Vanguard 100 PC. Figure 2-1. DIM Position DIP Switch Settings The following sections describe DIP switch settings, which must be adjusted on the Vanguard 100 PC depending on the DIM chosen for Port 2. Refer to Figure 2- Set Switch V.24 DIM V.24 DIM...
Figure 2-2. DIP Switch Settings Adding or Replacing a Daughtercard Four types of daughtercards can be added to your Vanguard 100 PC: DIM Site ISDN U ISDN S/T All four are installed in a similar manner, but may have specific requirements before installation.
Additional Notes To add a daughtercard to your Vanguard 100 PC, you must have two consecutive slots available in your PC – one for the Vanguard 100 PC, and one for the daughtercard. Figure 2-4 shows a Vanguard 100 PC with a daughtercard installed. If you find that you cannot fit the Vanguard 100 PC, with the daughtercard installed, into 2 consecutive slots in your PC, it is possible to install the daughtercard on the back side of your Vanguard 100 PC.
Daughtercard Installation Kit The items shown in Figure 2-5 are enclosed in the Vanguard Daughtercard package: Figure 2-5. Daughtercard Installation Kit...
Adding the Daughtercard Installation Rail The rail on a daughtercard is not the same size as a standard PC back panel rail, and must be adapted to fit into the PC slot. Therefore, a special daughtercard installation rail must be placed over the existing daughtercard rail, as shown in Figure 2-6.
Procedure to Add or Replace a Daughtercard on the Front Side of a Vanguard 100 Step Action Power down the PC and remove the Vanguard 100 PC before you add or replace a daughtercard. Attach the daughtercard rail to the new daughtercard using the two screws that were shipped with the rail.
Figure 2-7. Adding or Replacing a Daughtercard Placing the Daughtercard on the Back Side of the Vanguard 100 PC If you find that you cannot fit the Vanguard 100 PC, with the daughtercard installed in the manner described above, into two consecutive slots in your PC, it is possible to install the daughtercard on the back side of your Vanguard 100 PC (see Figure 2-8).
Procedure to Add or Replace a Daughtercard on the Back Side of the Vanguard 100 Step Action Power down the PC and remove the Vanguard 100 PC before you add or replace a daughtercard. Attach the daughtercard rail to the new daughtercard using the two screws that were shipped with the rail.
Figure 2-8. Adding or Replacing a Daughtercard on the Back Side of the Vanguard 100 PC Adding or Replacing a DSU Daughtercard The DSU daughtercard provides an RJ48S connector on Port 1 and comes installed from the factory if you ordered a daughtercard. It supports speeds of 56 kbps (synchronous), and does not support multipoint.
DSU Daughtercard Figure 2-9 shows the DSU daughtercard. Figure 2-9. DSU Daughtercard DSU Configuration The following configuration parameters are not applicable when configuring a DSU option: Clock Speed Connection Type Port Control To configure the Clock Source parameter as follows, refer to the "Accessing the Port Configuration Menus"...
DSU Reporting CTP reporting of information differs for the DSU daughtercard in terms of input signaling. Use the CTP "Monitor" function from the Main menu to view these signals. "L" stands for "Signal Low" and "H" is "Signal High". Input Signal Value Displayed Normally "L."...
Use the CTP "Monitor" function from the Main menu to view these signals. Input Signal Value Displayed RS (Reset) Normal operating state is "H." Resets the DSU option hardware. LL (Local Loopback) When "L", the DSU hardware is locally looping data back to the Vanguard hardware.
The following information may be derived from the CTP. Function used to... Node Statistics verify that the software is a version that contains the DSU option modifications. show if the software recognizes the DSU. Port Statistics ? v erify that data is sent without error; error counts may denote an error in clocking mode configuration.
Strapping the V.24 DIM Site Daughtercard On the surface of the V.24 DIM Site daughtercard, there are 8 DIP switches and two straps. The DIP switches are set at the factory for the particular DIM that is installed on the daughtercard. The two straps are used only when the V.24 DIM is installed.
Example of Strapping the DIM Site Daughtercard Figure 2-11 shows the strapping for the DIM Site. Figure 2-11. Strapping DIM Site Daughtercard Example Description of DIM Daughtercard Strapping Figure 2-12 describes the strapping and DIP switch settings for the DIM Site daughtercard.
Adding or Replacing an ISDN Daughtercard The ISDN daughtercard provides an RJ45 connector on Port 1. Figure 2-13 shows the ISDN daughtercard. Figure 2-13. ISDN U Daughtercard Use the following table to verify that your ISDN daughtercard is compatible with your Vanguard: Platform Platform Version...
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Industry Canada The following information includes the Industry Canada statement regarding ISDN equipment use.
Safety Warnings The following is important safety information regarding connecting ports, location of the socket outlet, and PSTN direct connection: Connecting Ports Ports that are capable of connecting to other apparatus are defined as SELV. To ensure conformity with EN60950 - ensure that these ports are only connected to ports of the same type on other apparatus.
In the following diagrams, TR is the 10 Terminating Resistor. On the Vanguard ISDN S/T Daughtercard, the setting of the Terminating Resistor is controlled by the DIP switch. Figure 2-15. Short Passive Bus Configuration Figure 2-16. Extended Passive Bus Configuration Figure 2-17.
Connector Pin Numbers The connector pins are numbered from right to left as indicated in the following diagram: Note: The daughtercard connector can accept either an RJ11 or RJ45 connector. If you are using an RJ11, pin 1 and pin 8 are not used. ISDN Interface RJ45 Connector The following table shows the pinouts for the RJ45 ISDN U and S/T interface connection cable:...
ISDN Cable Connection Figure 2-18 shows how to connect the ISDN Cable to the ISDN daughtercard. Figure 2-18. Connecting the ISDN Cable Do not attach the ISDN Cable until the daughtercard is installed on the Vanguard board, and the PC is completely reassembled.
Software Configuration and Control Port Access Overview This section describes how to configure your PC communications software package to work with your Vanguard 100 PC, how to access the Control Port to configure your Vanguard 100 PC, and how to download pre-set configurations. Configuring Your COM Software Now that you have installed your Vanguard 100 PC hardware, you must configure your communications software to access the Vanguard 100 PC and its Control...
This section includes the following information: a basic method for accessing the CTP an introduction to using the CTP accessing online help an introduction to the resources associated with typical applications how to bring new configurations online Accessing the Control Port and Main Menu Use the following steps to configure your COM software to recognize and access the Vanguard 100 PC.
Figure 3-1 shows the Control Port Banner message. Figure 3-1. Control Port Banner Figure 3-2 shows the Control Port Main menu. Figure 3-2. Control Port Main Menu The Enter Selection: prompt appearing at the bottom of the screen accepts a number corresponding to the choices in the particular menu.
Accessing Online Help To get a brief description of help actions that are associated with the menu control of the CTP that you are currently in, type ?<CR>. The following information appears: <ESC> Escape key Escape from the current operation. <^T>...
In this example, assume that your PPP driver only supports 38.4 kbps and Motorola-supplied CMEMs support 57.6 kbps. You will need to modify Port 3. From the Main menu, type 6.2.3<CR>. The 3 indicates Port 3. The screen in Figure 3-4 appears.
Booting the Node After you change your configuration, it is recommended that you perform a warm boot. This will ensure that all configuration changes take effect, but it is disruptive to all connections and data passing on the node. Note: Other types of boots (port, station, table) are less disruptive, but may not ensure that configuration changes take effect.
Toronto image. Before You Begin You must have a copy of the Vanguard CD-ROM or images provided from your local service representative or the Motorola server. Downloading a New Software Image Step...
To help you with this activity, several pre-set configurations have been developed which will likely meet your needs. You will find these configurations on the CD-ROM, the Configuration Diskette, and, eventually, on the Motorola Internet Web server. Review Chapter 5, Applications and Configurations, to determine the application that meets your needs.
Initiating Save/Restore Operations The Save/Restore command is available from the Main menu. Figure 3-6 shows the Configuration Save/Restore menu, available from the Main menu. Figure 3-6. Configuration Save/Restore Menu Methods of Saving/Restoring You can save or restore CMEM contents using: A computer running Kermit via a commercial communication package A TFTP server over a LAN connection Kermit is the recommended procedure, and will be the only one discussed in this...
Step Action Result Access the Control Characters such as S~*@_#W appear at the Port. From the Main prompt. menu, type 15.1<CR>. Depending on the You receive the following message: Send communications complete. program installed, the If... Then... steps for using Kermit The transfer failed Try again.
PC. These CMEMs set up your Vanguard 100 PC configuration parameters without having to go through the entire control port configuration. Note: If you would like to submit to Motorola a preconfigured CMEM that you believe would benefit other users of this product, Motorola would be happy to receive it.
PPP to Frame Relay Bypass Application Description This application provides a permanent connection between the PPP port and the Frame Relay Station. The Frame Relay Station uses the Control Protocol Support ANSI T1.617 Annex D. The Station's DLCI number is automatically learned to allow for added flexibility.
SLIP to Frame Relay Bypass Application Description This application provides a permanent connection between the SLIP port and the Frame Relay Station. The Frame Relay Station uses the Control Protocol Support ANSI T1.617 Annex D. The Station's DLCI number is automatically learned to allow for added flexibility.
PPP to Frame Relay Annex G Application Description This application allows for a Switched Virtual Circuit connection between the PPP port and the Frame Relay Service. The PPP connection requires the Network to establish the connection. (Note: PPP does not support PVC Connections over Annex G stations.) The Frame Relay Port uses the Control Protocol Support ANSI T1.617 Annex D.
SLIP to Frame Relay Annex G Application Description This application allows for a Switched Virtual Circuit connection between the SLIP port and the Frame Relay Service. The SLIP connection requires the Network to establish the connection. Please note that SLIP does not support PVC Connections over Annex G stations.
PPP to X.25 (RFC877) Application Description This application allows for a Switched Virtual Circuit connection between the PPP port and a X.25 Service. The PPP connection requires the X.25 Service to establish the connection. Please note that PPP does not current ly support PVC Connections over X.25.
SLIP to X.25 (RFC877) Application Description This application allows for a Switched Virtual Circuit connection between the SLIP port and a X.25 Service. The SLIP connection requires the X.25 Service to establish the connection to the SLIP port. Please note that SLIP does not currently support PVC Connections over X.25.
Specifications Overview This section describes the physical and environmental specifications and power requirements for the Vanguard 100 PC. Hardware Vanguard 100 PC features the following: 15.36 MHz 68302 processor 2 Mbytes DRAM Battery-backed CMOS SRAM Code comp ressed in 1 Mbyte of FLASH memory Environmental The following environmental conditions are required: Operating temperature: 32 to 104 F maximum ( to 40°C maximum)
Width: 6.7 inches (17 cm) Configuration Memory Battery Shelf Life 10 years Serial Ports Vanguard 100 PC is available in 2 and 3 serial port versions. Power Requirements Vanguard 100 PC typically has the following power requirements: 5 Volts +12 Volts -12 Volts Total Power W...
Sample Application Configuration Overview This section describes some of the port configuration parameter values that you can use for the given application environments. The following tables show the typical port configuration parameters and values for: X.25 Port FRI Port FRI Annex G Station FRI Bypass Station PPP Port SLIP Port...
P Packet Size Maximum Negotiated Packet Size 1024 Data Queue Upper Threshold Data Queue Lower Threshold Restart Timer Reset Timer Call Timer Clear Timer Facilities to delete from Outbound Calls NONE Facilities to add to Outbound Calls NONE Facilities to bar in Outbound Calls NONE Facilities to bar in Inbound Calls NONE...
NUI Verification Timer Max NUI Violations Action Type for NUI Violations NONE FRI Port Configuration Parameter Value Connection Type SIMP Clock Source Clock Speed 64000 *Highest Station Number Frame Sequence Counting NORM Packet Sequence Counting NORM Control Protocol Support ANNEX_D FRI Annex_G Station Configuration Parameter Value...
P Packet Size Data Queue Upper Threshold Data Queue Lower Threshold Restart Timer Reset Timer Call Timer Clear Timer X.25 Options NONE Restricted Connection Destination (blank) CUG Membership --,--,--,--,--,--,--,-- Billing Records FRI Bypass Station Configuration Parameter Value *Station Type BYPASS DLCI Committed Information Rate (CIR) 16000...
IPXCP Options NONE Encapsulation SLIP Port Configuration Parameter Value  *Port Type SLIP  Connection Type SIMP  Flow Control NONE  Clock Speed 9600  Stop Bits  VJ-compression AUTO  CID compression  Security NONE  Encapsulation RFC1490 PAD Port Configuration Parameter Value...
Subaddress Group Subaddress CUG Membership --,--,--,--,--,--,--,-- Billing Records Invitation to Clear CLRWO Call Accept Timeout (sec) *Protection Level NONE Reconnection Timeout Reconnection Tries Limit Maximum Receive Buffer Length PAD Command Language CCITT NUI Facility Format ODPN NUI Verification Timer Max NUI Violations Action Type for NUI Violations NONE Typical SNMP Agent Configuration...