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Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier
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    78-4025693-01 Rev D Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier Installation Guide...

  • Page 3: For Your Safety

    For Your Safety Explanation of Warning and Caution Icons Avoid personal injury and product damage! Do not proceed beyond any symbol until you fully understand the indicated conditions. The following warning and caution icons alert you to important information about the safe operation of this product: You may find this symbol in the document that accompanies this product.

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    Trademark Acknowledgments Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Important Safety Instructions Laser Safety Chapter 1 Module Introduction Hybrid Amplifier Description ....................3 Hybrid Amplifier Features ..................3 Hybrid Amplifier Operation ..................3 Hybrid Amplifier Optical Output ................3 Laser Warning ......................3 Hybrid Amplifier Module Block Diagram .............. 4 Hybrid Amplifier Front and Back Panel ................

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    Contents To Clean Optical Connectors .................. 21 Fiber Optic Connector Cleaning Instructions ............21 Connecting Optical Cables ....................24 To Connect Cable ...................... 24 External Alarms Connections ....................25 Master-Slave Operation ................... 25 ALARMS IN and ALARMS OUT Connections ............ 25 Master-Slave Illustration ..................

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    Contents Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM ICIM Introduction ........................65 Laser Warning ......................65 ICIM Function ......................66 ICIM Block Diagram ....................66 ICIM Front Panel ........................67 ICIM2 Illustration (Front Panel) ................67 ICIM2 Front Panel Features ..................67 ICIM2 LCD .........................

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    Contents Configuration Complete ..................90 SNMP Configuration ......................91 SNMP Considerations ....................91 Basic SNMP Setup..................... 91 To Set Up the IP Configuration Parameters for SNMP Support using ICIM ......................... 92 To Restart the ICIM by Removing the ICIM ............93 Community Strings .......................

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    Contents Checking the Module Alarms using LCI ................119 To Check Alarms using LCI .................. 119 Modifying Module Alarm Limits using LCI ..............121 To Modify Alarm Limits using LCI ..............121 Checking Manufacturing Data using LCI ................ 123 To Check Manufacturing Data using LCI ............123 Chapter 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Module Maintenance ......................

  • Page 11: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions Important Safety Instructions Read and Retain Instructions Carefully read all safety and operating instructions before operating this equipment, and retain them for future reference. Follow Instructions and Heed Warnings Follow all operating and use instructions. Pay attention to all warnings and cautions in the operating instructions, as well as those that are affixed to this equipment.

  • Page 12: Installation Requirements

    Important Safety Instructions Know the following safety warnings and guidelines: Dangerous Voltages  - Only qualified service personnel are allowed to perform equipment installation or replacement. - Only qualified service personnel are allowed to remove chassis covers and access any of the components inside the chassis. Grounding ...

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    Important Safety Instructions other equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Place this equipment close enough to a mains AC outlet to accommodate the  length of this equipment’s power cord. Route all power cords so that people cannot walk on, place objects on, or lean ...

  • Page 14: Handling Precautions

    Important Safety Instructions Elevated Operating Ambient Temperature Only install this equipment in a humidity- and temperature-controlled environment that meets the requirements given in this equipment’s technical specifications. CAUTION: If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient temperature.

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    Important Safety Instructions Polarized Plug - For a 2-terminal plug (a polarized plug with one wide blade  and one narrow blade), insert the plug into a polarized mains, 2-terminal outlet in which one socket is wider than the other. Note: If this plug cannot be fully inserted into the outlet, try reversing the plug.

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    Important Safety Instructions sources before working on this equipment. If this equipment does not have a main power switch, the power cord connector  serves as the disconnect device. Always pull on the plug or the connector to disconnect a cable. Never pull on the ...

  • Page 17: Electrostatic Discharge

    Important Safety Instructions Lightning - Do not work on this equipment, or connect or disconnect cables,  during periods of lightning. Labels - Do not remove any warning labels. Replace damaged or illegible  warning labels with new ones. Covers - Do not open the cover of this equipment and attempt service unless ...

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    Important Safety Instructions Do not attempt to recharge ‘disposable’ or ‘non-reusable’ batteries.  Please follow instructions provided for charging ‘rechargeable’ batteries.  Replace batteries with the same or equivalent type recommended by  manufacturer. Do not expose batteries to temperatures above 100°C (212°F). ...

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    Important Safety Instructions Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulatory Requirements This equipment meets applicable electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulatory requirements. Refer to this equipment's data sheet for details about regulatory compliance approvals. EMC performance is dependent upon the use of correctly shielded cables of good quality for all external connections, except the power source, when installing this equipment.

  • Page 21: Laser Safety

    Laser Safety Laser Safety Introduction This equipment contains an infrared laser that transmits intensity-modulated light and emits invisible radiation. Warning: Radiation WARNING: Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other  than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid personal injury! The laser light source on this equipment (if a ...

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    Laser Safety Safe Operation for Software Controlling Optical Transmission Equipment If this manual discusses software, the software described is used to monitor and/or control ours and other vendors’ electrical and optical equipment designed to transmit video, voice, or data signals. Certain safety precautions must be observed when operating equipment of this nature.

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    Laser Safety Maximum Laser Power The maximum laser power that can be expected from this amplifier module is defined in the following table. Output Maximum IEC 60825-1 Product Accessible Radiation Configuration Output Classification Level with Fibers removed "When Open" 4 x 18 18.5 dBm 8 x 18 19.5 dBm...

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    Laser Safety Product and Laser Information Label Note: This sample label shows laser information for 9x19 output configuration. Labels for other output configurations may show different laser information. xxii 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

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    Laser Safety Location of Labels on Equipment The following illustration displays the location of warning labels on this equipment. 78-4025693-01 Rev D xxiii...

  • Page 27: Chapter 1 Module Introduction

    Microprocessor control allows ease of installation and flexibility of application. This product comes configured as an uncooled double-wide module, as follows: Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier (9 x 19 dBm)  Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier (4 x 21.5 dBm) ...

  • Page 28: In This Chapter

    Qualified Personnel Only appropriately qualified and skilled personnel should attempt to install, operate, maintain, and service this product. WARNING: Only appropriately qualified and skilled personnel should attempt to install, operate, maintain, and service this product. Scope This guide discusses the following topics. Description of the hybrid amplifier ...

  • Page 29: Hybrid Amplifier Description

    Hybrid Amplifier Features The Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier has the following features: Front panel green light emitting diode (LED) to indicate operating status  Front panel red LED to indicate alarm status ...

  • Page 30: Hybrid Amplifier Module Block Diagram

    Chapter 1 Module Introduction Hybrid Amplifier Module Block Diagram A block diagram of the hybrid amplifier module is shown below. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 31: Hybrid Amplifier Front And Back Panel

    Hybrid Amplifier Front and Back Panel Hybrid Amplifier Front and Back Panel Hybrid Amplifier Illustration (Front and Back) Hybrid Amplifier Front Panel Features Part Function Alarm Indicator Red ON – Major Alarm active Red Blinking – Minor Alarm active Red OFF – No Alarm active Laser On Indicator Green ON –...

  • Page 32: Back Panel Connectors

    Chapter 1 Module Introduction Part Function Laser Aperture Out Connects the output signal to the optical cable. The optical outputs are divided into two banks, A and B. Laser Aperture In Connects the optical cable input signal to the module inputs.

  • Page 33: Module Configuration

    Module Configuration Module Configuration The module is shipped from the factory with operational parameters set to factory defaults. However, you will probably choose to configure the operating parameters so that they are best suited for your application. Configuration and Monitoring Methods The module may be controlled and monitored using one of the following methods.

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    Chapter 1 Module Introduction SNMP software  The module may be controlled and monitored remotely via an SNMP connection using an appropriate Network Management System. For instructions on operating this module using the ICIM, refer to Operation Using ICIM (on page 63) and the Prisma II Platform System Guide, System Release 2.03, part number 4025478.

  • Page 35: Chapter 2 Module Installation

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Introduction This chapter contains instructions, site requirements, equipment, and tools needed to install the Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier. In This Chapter  Preparing for Installation ..............10  Site Requirements ................. 11  Installing the Module in the Chassis ..........14 ...

  • Page 36: Preparing For Installation

    As you unpack the module, inspect it for shipping damage. Inspect the rear connectors for bent pins. If you find any damage, contact Cisco Services. Equipment and Tools Needed You need the following equipment and tools to install these modules.

  • Page 37: Site Requirements

    Site Requirements Site Requirements Before you begin, make certain that your installation site meets the requirements discussed in this section. Access Requirements WARNING: Use this product in locations that restrict access to all persons who are not authorized. Otherwise, personal injury or equipment damage may occur. Ensure that only authorized personnel have access to this equipment.

  • Page 38: Space Requirements

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Space Requirements The hybrid amplifiers are double-wide modules. They are usually installed in slots 5 through 15. Slots 1 through 4 are usually reserved for the power supplies. Slots 15 and 16 are reserved for the ICIM2, if installed. If an ICIM2 is not installed, any other module could be installed in these slots.

  • Page 39: Rear-access Chassis - Front Panel Illustration

    Site Requirements Rear-Access Chassis - Front Panel Illustration The following illustration shows the front of the rear-access Prisma II standard chassis with two power supplies, 10 full-height modules, and the ICIM installed. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 40: Installing The Module In The Chassis

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Installing the Module in the Chassis To Install the Module Important: The following procedure assumes that the chassis is mounted in a rack. This procedure applies to both front access and rear access chassis styles. The modules are hot-swappable and have plug-and-play capability.

  • Page 41: To Enable Optical Output

    Installing the Module in the Chassis Gently slide the module into the chassis until its power and communications connections join connectors on the Back Plane Bus. Do not force the module into the chassis. If properly aligned, it should slide in with minimal force. Slowly press the module ejector levers toward the chassis and confirm that the jaws of the ejectors engage with the mounting flange in the chassis.

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    Chapter 2 Module Installation At the CLI> prompt, type module chassis <x> slot <y>, where x and y are the chassis number and slot number respectively, and then press Enter. The prompt changes from CLI> to x/y MODULE>, where x/y specifies the module's chassis and slot location.

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    Installing the Module in the Chassis In the Connect Using field, click the drop-down arrow and select the serial port that you will use for the connection, and then click OK. The COM Properties dialog box appears. Note: For most applications, the serial port is COM1 or COM2. Set the following port setting in the COM Properties dialog box.

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    Login of user "Administrat0r" successful Proceed to CLI at the prompt Welcome to the ICIM User Interface. Copyright (c) Cisco Systems, Inc., 2005 Proceed to CLI at the shell prompt shell> 10 At the shell> prompt, type cli, and then press Enter. The CLI> command prompt appears.

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    Installing the Module in the Chassis At the command prompt, type: telnet <IP address> where is the IP address of the ICIM. The session starts and the Telnet IP address Login prompt appears. At the Login prompt, type Administrat0r (note the zero character in the string), and then press Enter.

  • Page 46: Cleaning Optical Connectors

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Cleaning Optical Connectors Introduction Cleaning fiber-optic connectors can help prevent interconnect problems and therefore aid system performance. When optical connectors are disconnected and reconnected, the fiber surface can become dirty or scratched. The goal of cleaning the fiber optic connectors is to remove all dust and contaminants without leaving any residue.

  • Page 47: To Clean Optical Connectors

    Cleaning Optical Connectors To Clean Optical Connectors WARNING: Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of  procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.  Avoid personal injury! The laser light source on this equipment emits invisible laser radiation.

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    Chapter 2 Module Installation WARNING: Avoid damage to your eyes! Do not look into any optical connector while the system is active. Even if the unit is off, there may still be hazardous optical levels present. Note: Read the above warning before performing cleaning procedures. Cleaning Connectors It is important that all external jumper connectors be cleaned before inserting them into the optical module.

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    Perform circuit turn-up. If the equipment does not come up, i.e., fails verification or indicates a reflection problem, clean the connectors and bulkheads again. For Further Assistance If you have any questions or concerns about cleaning fiber optic connectors, contact Cisco Services. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 50: Connecting Optical Cables

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Connecting Optical Cables To Connect Cable Important: It is recommended that all connections be made with the optical power off. This will reduce the risk of damage to the fiber. Note: Observe laser safety precautions. Refer to Laser Safety (on page xix) for additional information.

  • Page 51: External Alarms Connections

    External Alarms Connections External Alarms Connections Master-Slave Operation All Prisma II modules ship from the factory configured as a “master.” They can be reconfigured as "slave" or redundant modules through command line interface (CLI) commands. The chassis allows for local hard-wired redundancy by using the ALARM IN and ALARM OUT connectors on the connector interface panel.

  • Page 52: Master-slave Illustration

    Chapter 2 Module Installation Master-Slave Illustration ALARMS IN Connector ALARMS OUT Connector For more information about ALARMS IN and ALARMS OUT, refer to the Prisma II Platform System Guide, System Release 2.03, part number 4025478. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 53: Prisma Ii Redundancy Interface Panel

    Prisma II Redundancy Interface Panel Prisma II Redundancy Interface Panel The Prisma II Redundancy Interface Panel is an accessory to the Prisma II platform. It is intended to be used with the master-slave feature and the contact closure alarm feature of the Prisma II platform. The Prisma II Redundancy Interface Panel serves as an extension to the two DB-37 connectors labeled ALARM IN and ALARM OUT on the connector interface panel of the chassis.

  • Page 55: Chapter 3 Operation Using Cli

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Introduction This chapter describes the procedures for using the CLI to monitor the module. The procedures used in this chapter apply if you are using the Prisma II ICIM2 to monitor the module. For an overview of module operating features, see Module Introduction (on page 1).

  • Page 56: Prisma Ii Platform Configuration

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Prisma II Platform Configuration 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 57: Using The Cli

    Using the CLI Using the CLI CLI Overview The command-line interface (CLI) to the ICIM supports monitoring and control of the ICIM domain, which includes the ICIM itself, the host chassis, and all other modules installed in the host chassis and other daisy-chained chassis. The CLI is designed for use by craft operators as well as by remote monitoring systems.

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    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Selecting Command Modes CLI mode is the default command mode at login. A different command mode is selected by entering the desired mode name at the CLI command prompt. The following sample dialog shows how you would change from CLI mode to Module mode: CLI>...

  • Page 59: Command Syntax

    Using the CLI Entering Commands - Non-Modal Format A non-modal command is entered all at once, on a single command line. For example, the alarm command entered above could have been entered as follows: CLI> module chassis 1 slot 6 alarm exit <Enter> No active alarms found Success! CLI>...

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    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Usage Guidelines CLI commands, unlike login passwords, are insensitive to case. For example, the  keywords Set, set, and SET all have the same meaning in CLI. If a particular action requires modeoptions that are not included in the ...

  • Page 61: Command Hints And Help

    Using the CLI The first line in this example changes from CLI mode to Module mode and specifies chassis 20, any (*) slot. On the next line, the prompt has changed to reflect the new mode and chassis specification. The show command entered at this prompt, followed by the arguments monitor and outpwr, specifies that the response should include only those modules for which outpwr is a monitored parameter.

  • Page 62: Login And Logout

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Shortcut Description Performs a logout when typed at the beginning of a line Displays the current input as received by the command interpreter; used for testing line noise Moves the text cursor to a previous command line (limited) Cancels the current input line Note: While useful for craft operators, avoid using abbreviations and shortcuts in network management system commands, as they are a potential source of error.

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    An acknowledgement similar to the following appears: Login of user "Administrat0r" successful Welcome to the ICIM User Interface Copyright (C) Cisco Systems, Inc., 2005 Proceed to CLI at the shell prompt shell> To enter the CLI, type cli at the shell prompt, then press Enter. The prompt changes as shown below.

  • Page 64: Module Commands

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Module Commands Overview Basic Command Syntax The general non-modal form of a Module command is as follows: MODULE Modspecs Command args ... Exit Modspecs, or module specifications, are the parameters that identify the chassis and slot to be addressed by the command.

  • Page 65: Alarm Command

    Module Commands Module Command Prompt The Module command prompt always indicates the current module specification, as shown in the following examples. Prompt Meaning */* MODULE> The modspec is "wild." The command will include all slots and chassis in the ICIM domain. 20/* MODULE>...

  • Page 66: Show Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Alarm Module The argument module can be added to modify the scope of the command to include only the active alarms in the range indicated by the current Module prompt. The following sample dialog shows how this argument affects the response. 20/* MODULE>...

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    Module Commands MODID NAME VALUE UNITS 20/05 OutPwr 8.29224 20/06 InPwr 5.91542 20/06 OutPwr 18.9929 20/13 InPwr 17.2202 20/13 OutPwr 19.4671 SUCCESS! */* MODULE> Note: The information returned by the monitor argument includes units of  measurement. InPwr values are stated to several decimal places, but only the first 2 or 3 are ...

  • Page 68: Info Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI The following sample dialog illustrates the use of these arguments. */* MODULE> show alarmparam *pwr minorhigh <Enter> MODID NAME MinorHigh 20/05 OutPwr 20/06 InPwr 20/06 MaxInPwr SUCCESS! */* MODULE> Note: The returned value of N/A shown above indicates that the alarm does not have ...

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    Module Commands Argument Details Description Majorlow Low Major threshold Minorhigh High Minor threshold Minorlow Low Minor threshold Nominal alarm nominal value Rangehi upper limit for this threshold Rangelo lower limit for this threshold Type alarm type (1, 2, and 7 are adjustable) Value alarm state Control...

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    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Argument Details Description Downldable module can be downloaded with new firmware Inactiverev inactive software image revision for the module Mandata manufacturing data Modtype manufacturing data (alias for MANDATA) Name name of module Nextimage flash bank where active image resides Numanalogcontrols number of analog controls Numcontrols...

  • Page 71: Reset Command

    Module Commands The next example shows how a network management system might construct an info command to determine the domain of an ICIM. Note how a Terminal command is first issued to define the vertical bar (|) character as a column separator to be used for any subsequent output.

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    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Important: To avoid possible system disruption, broadcast set commands are not supported. This means that the set control command can only be applied to one module (chassis and slot number) at a time. If a specific chassis and slot number are not specified in advance, the CLI interpreter will disallow the command.

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    Module Commands This response shows that the OutPwr, LasTemp, LasBias, and InPwr alarms all have majorlow and majorhigh parameters. However, only InPwr, OutPwr, and LasBias can be changed, as LasTemp is of type 3 rather than 1, 2, or 7. The following sample dialog shows how a craft operator would set the majorhigh parameter of outpwr to 35°C, and then confirm the change.

  • Page 74: Icim Commands

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI ICIM Commands ICIM commands provide for monitoring and control of the ICIM itself and for the ICIM domain in general. Alarm Command The alarm command is used to display all active alarms in the domain of the ICIM. The following sample dialog illustrates the use of this command: ICIM>...

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    ICIM Commands Value Function DOWNLDDIR Directory path for FTP, excluding filename (used by SOUP) DOWNLDFILE Filename only of image to FTP (used by SOUP) DOWNLDRESULT Download progress status and result (used by SOUP) DOWNLDSEM Application security semaphore (used by SOUP) DOWNLDSIG Application security information (used by SOUP) DOWNLDSTATE...

  • Page 76: Show Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Value Function Time of Service of the ICIM TZONE Time zone string setting UPDATEID Always zero (0); this is a write-only value Any number of these values can be listed, and the output returns the values in the order requested.

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    ICIM Commands Show Provisioning This command displays a list of the CLI commands needed to restore any replacement modules in the ICIM domain to their current operating states. This list can serve as a command reference to quickly configure a replacement module so that it operates identically to the original.

  • Page 78: Set Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI A typical response to this command is shown in the sample craft operator dialog below: CLI> icim <Enter> ICIM> show traps STATE IP Address Enabled 172.18.50.41 Enabled 172.18.50.1 Enabled 172.18.50.6 Disabled 0.0.0.0 Disabled 0.0.0.0 SUCCESS! ICIM>...

  • Page 79: User Command

    ICIM Commands Set Clock This command allows the ICIM real time clock (RTC) to be set and confirmed by a single command, as shown in the following example. ICIM> set clock 10/5/2005 12:40:00 MM-DD-YYYY HH:mm:ss 10-05-2005 12:40:00 SUCCESS! ICIM> User Command The user command permits control and monitoring of system users and their authorization levels.

  • Page 80: Iproute Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI where username must be 6 to 14 characters in length, must contain both letters and  numbers, and cannot contain special characters; for example, abc123. authorization level is either admin, readwrite, or read.  Note: After entering this command, you will be prompted to enter a password for the ...

  • Page 81: Reboot Command

    ICIM Commands IPRoute Show This command can be used to list all current entries in the listing of alternate gateways for routing TCP/IP packets. Reboot Command The reboot command causes the ICIM to be reset. The basic syntax is as follows: reboot Note: User of this command requires Admin user permissions.

  • Page 82: Terminal Commands

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Terminal Commands Overview Terminal commands are intended for control of the output or pattern matching format. Note: Using the alarm command while in this mode shows a list of all active alarms in  the ICIM domain. Using the show command while in this mode lists the current values for all ...

  • Page 83: Paging Command

    Terminal Commands CLI> terminal colsep "," exit CLI> module modid * show control *serv* exit CHASSIS,SLOT,NAME,SETTING,UNITS 1,7,Service,Off(0), 1,8,Service,Off(0), 1,9,ServiceA,On(1), 1,9,ServiceB,Off(0), SUCCESS! CLI> If the output data itself might contain columns, another character such as | can be used as a column separator, as shown in the following example: CLI>...

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    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Disabling Paging Normally, when a CLI response is too long to fit in a single 24-line Telnet window, the output is automatically paged using the familiar “more” format, as shown in the following example: CLI> module modid * show control * exit MODID NAME SETTING...

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    Terminal Commands The paging command can address this problem by turning off all paging, as follows: CLI> terminal paging 0 exit CLI> module modid * show control * exit MODID NAME SETTING UNITS 01/05 Enable On (1) 01/05 On (1) 01/05 RFDrive 01/05...

  • Page 86: Pattern Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Enabling Paging When paging is enabled in CLI, a feature called Smart Paging attempts to determine the best Telnet window size automatically. If it cannot do so, Smart Paging uses the number of lines specified in the Paging command as the Telnet window size. Smart Paging has no effect when paging is disabled.

  • Page 87: Headers Command

    Terminal Commands The Regex pattern matching style includes a much more powerful, but also more complex, pattern matching format, a description of which is beyond the scope of this document. For further information, refer to resources available on the public internet for Perl or Boost, such as: http://perldoc.perl.org/ ...

  • Page 88: Show Command

    Chapter 3 Operation Using CLI Show Command The show command is used to display the current values for terminal states. The basic command syntax is as follows: show A typical response to this command is shown in the following sample craft operator dialog: TERMINAL>...

  • Page 89: Chapter 4 Operation Using Icim

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Introduction The procedures in this chapter apply if you are using the Prisma II ICIM2 front-panel interface to configure and operate the module. For information on using CLI commands or the ICIM Web Interface to configure and operate the module, see the Prisma II Platform Remote User Interface Guide, System Release 2.03, part number 4025477.

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    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM In This Chapter  ICIM Introduction ................. 65  ICIM Front Panel ................... 67  ICIM Password ..................70  Operating the ICIM ................75  Checking the Operating Status using the ICIM ........ 79 ...

  • Page 91: Icim Introduction

    ICIM Introduction ICIM Introduction Laser Warning WARNING:  Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid personal injury! The laser light source on this equipment (if a ...

  • Page 92: Icim Function

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM ICIM Function The ICIM serves as the module-to-user interface and as the interface between the Prisma II modules and TNCS or ROSA. The ICIM allows local module configuration and status monitoring for up to 140 modules located in multiple chassis. Important: Do not operate any Prisma II Chassis without a fan tray installed properly.

  • Page 93: Icim Front Panel

    ICIM Front Panel ICIM Front Panel ICIM2 Illustration (Front Panel) ICIM2 Front Panel Features Part Function LCD screen Displays the ICIM2 menus, alarms, and status information. 12-key numeric Used to navigate the ICIM2 menus and configure the application keypad modules. Ethernet connector Directly connects the ICIM2 to an IP network.

  • Page 94: Icim2 Lcd

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Yellow LED on Glows when the Ethernet port is operating in full duplex. Ethernet connector Blinks when collisions occur on the Ethernet port. Green LED on Glows when a link is established on the Ethernet port. Ethernet connector Blinks during data activity on the Ethernet port.

  • Page 95: Icim Keypad

    ICIM Front Panel ICIM Keypad The ICIM keypad has 12 keys for monitoring parameters. The table below lists each key and briefly describes its function. Button Function Displays status information for the selected module. Displays configuration information for the selected module. Displays all of the parameters in alarm for a selected module.

  • Page 96: Icim Password

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM ICIM Password The ICIM2 lets you send configuration commands, change alarm thresholds, and restore factory default settings in Prisma II modules. To prevent unauthorized changes to these parameters, you can use a password protection system. Password authorization only applies to configurable parameters.

  • Page 97: Expired Password Or Inactive Password Messages

    ICIM Password Press the key. The Password menu appears. User Psw is highlighted. Expired Password or Inactive Password Messages After entering a valid password, you are authorized to make changes to system parameters. As a security precaution, this authorization expires automatically 10 minutes after your last keystroke.

  • Page 98: To Change The User Password

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM  To change a digit you have just typed, use the CAN (Cancel) function by pressing the key. This deletes the last digit typed. Press the key to enter the password. The ICIM display updates to show whether your password entry was accepted.

  • Page 99: To Disable The User Password Using Icim

    ICIM Password  To change a digit you have just typed, use the CAN (Cancel) function by pressing the key. This deletes the last digit typed. Press the key to input the new password. The ICIM display updates to show whether your password entry was accepted. ...

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    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM If the current password is active, the menu displays Password Is Now Disabled. You can now make changes to parameters without any password. If the current password has expired (more than 10 minutes have passed since your last keystroke), the menu displays Failed, Password Not Active.

  • Page 101: Operating The Icim

    Operating the ICIM Operating the ICIM Using the ICIM Once the module is installed, it runs without the aid of an operator. Unless alarms are generated or your system configuration changes, you should not need to make any adjustments to the module beyond the initial setup. Accessing the ICIM LCD Contrast To access the ICIM LCD contrast control from the MAIN menu, press the key.

  • Page 102: Icim Main Menu Illustration

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM ICIM MAIN Menu Illustration The ICIM MAIN menu is shown below. Prisma II ICIM Menu To display the ICIM menu, press the key. The ICIM menu appears as shown below. Press the key to select the specific option. Display Description Shelf...

  • Page 103: Prisma Ii Main Menu And Icim Menu Structure

    Operating the ICIM Prisma II MAIN Menu and ICIM Menu Structure Pressing the key initiates the MAIN software menu. Pressing the initiates the ICIM2 software menu. The MAIN and ICIM software structures are shown below. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 104: Hybrid Amplifier Software Menu Structure

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Hybrid Amplifier Software Menu Structure From the MAIN menu, you can navigate to the MODULE menu. From the MODULE menu, press the , or key to display the desired parameter menu. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 105: Checking The Operating Status Using The Icim

    Checking the Operating Status using the ICIM Checking the Operating Status using the ICIM To Check Operating Status using the ICIM You can use the ICIM to check the status of all operating parameters of this module. All status information is displayed on the ICIM front panel LCD. At the MAIN menu, press the key to highlight the Shelf and Slot fields.

  • Page 106: Status Menus

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM STATUS Menus Press the key to select the STATUS menu. Typical STATUS menus are shown below. Note: For details on all operating status parameters, see Module Parameter Descriptions (on page 143). 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 107: Configuring The Module Using The Icim

    Configuring the Module using the ICIM Configuring the Module using the ICIM To Configure Parameters using the ICIM You can use the ICIM to configure the parameters of this module. From the MAIN menu, press the key to highlight the Shelf and Slot fields. Press the key to address the Shelf number.

  • Page 108: Config Menus

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM CONFIG Menus When the CONFIG menu is selected, the Shelf number field is highlighted. The shelf and slot number fields may only be incremented with the key or the key. The key highlights the Slot number field. Once you exit the slot field, the Up and Down arrows will scroll through the parameters that are specific to this module.

  • Page 109: To Change Service Mode On The Hybrid Amplifier

    Configuring the Module using the ICIM To Change Service Mode on the Hybrid Amplifier Complete the following steps to change the module Service mode. From the MAIN menu, press the key. Press the key or the key to scroll to Service. Press the key to select the Service.

  • Page 110: Checking Alarms Using The Icim

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Checking Alarms using the ICIM To Check Alarms using the ICIM Alarms fall into one of the following categories. Major low  Minor low  Minor high  Major high  If the red ALARM LED on the front panel is blinking, a minor alarm condition is indicated.

  • Page 111: To View Active User Alarms

    Checking Alarms using the ICIM To View Active User Alarms User alarms are alarms for which the user can change threshold values. When a module ALARMS menu is selected, press the key or the key to scroll through alarms. Typical user ALARMS menus are shown below. To Set Adjustable Alarm Thresholds using the ICIM You can use the ICIM to change the adjustable alarm thresholds of this module from their factory default values.

  • Page 112: To Check Alarm Thresholds

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM To Check Alarm Thresholds Complete the following steps to view alarm threshold factory default values. At the MODULE menu, press the key. The ICIM LCD displays the STATUS menu. Press the key. The alarm thresholds previously set are displayed. When finished, press the key to return to the MAIN menu.

  • Page 113: To View Active Module Alarms

    Checking Alarms using the ICIM To View Active Module Alarms Module alarms are set at the factory and may not be adjusted by the user. Module alarms represent a serious condition that has occurred in the system. If a module alarm occurs, the module will stop operating until the alarm is cleared.

  • Page 114: Checking Manufacturing Data Using The Icim

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Checking Manufacturing Data using the ICIM To Check Manufacturing Data You can display the manufacturing data for this module on the ICIM LCD. Complete the following steps to access the manufacturing data. From the MAIN menu, press the key to highlight the Shelf and Slot fields.

  • Page 115: Mfg. Data Menus

    Checking Manufacturing Data using the ICIM MFG. DATA Menus When the MFG. DATA menu is selected, the key or the key allows you to scroll through the manufacturing parameters specific to this module. Sample MFG. DATA menus are shown below. Note: For details on all manufacturing data parameters, see Module Parameter Descriptions (on page 143).

  • Page 116: Saving The Configuration Using The Icim

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Saving the Configuration using the ICIM To Save the Current Configuration After you have changed a parameter or entered data, press the key to save the changes and return to the MAIN menu. If you do not save your changes for two minutes, or if you press the keys at the same time, changes are aborted and the display returns to the MAIN menu.

  • Page 117: Snmp Configuration

    SNMP Configuration SNMP Configuration The IP Setup item in the ICIM menu lets you enter an IP address, IP subnet, and Gateway IP to configure the ICIM for remote status monitoring and control by a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) network management system. This section does not describe SNMP implementation.

  • Page 118: To Set Up The Ip Configuration Parameters For Snmp Support Using Icim

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM To Set Up the IP Configuration Parameters for SNMP Support using ICIM Press the key. The ICIM menu appears on the ICIM LCD. Select the Password menu and enter the User Password. The ICIM allows configuration changes for the next 10 minutes.

  • Page 119: To Restart The Icim By Removing The Icim

    SNMP Configuration To Restart the ICIM by Removing the ICIM Unscrew the captive screw near the top right-hand corner of the ICIM. Unlock the top and bottom ejector levers near the left-hand side of the ICIM. Pull the ejector levers out and away from the front panel to disconnect the ICIM from the chassis backplane connector.

  • Page 120: Community Strings

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Community Strings Default Community Strings The community string provides primitive security and context checking for both agents and managers that request and initiate trap operations. An agent does not accept a request from a manager outside the community. Community strings that the ICIM expects are: Read Community public...

  • Page 121: Setting Snmp Trap Receiver Parameters

    Setting SNMP Trap Receiver Parameters Setting SNMP Trap Receiver Parameters You can use the SNMP trap receiver parameters to specify up to five IP addresses to which proprietary traps will be sent. You can also specify the events that will result in a trap being sent to the network management systems at these IP addresses.

  • Page 122: New Snmp Variables

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM New SNMP Variables Support for traps requires additional data available through SNMP. This additional data may be useful even if not using traps. SNMP is the only way this additional data can be accessed. It cannot be accessed through the ICIM front panel or an SMC interface.

  • Page 123: Previous Ip Address

    New SNMP Variables Variable Description p2RemoveModuleIndex The index for this table. The most recently removed module is always in index position 1. p2RemoveModuleChassisID The chassis ID number of the removed module. p2RemoveModuleSlotID The slot ID number of the removed module. p2RemoveModuleName The name of the removed module.

  • Page 124: Boot Dialog For Icim/snmp Configuration

    This parameter is often displayed as: 9600 8-N-1. The primary use of the boot dialog is to flash a new version of the ICIM application via a TFTP server. Important: Do this only under the direction of Cisco Services. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 125: To Prepare To Change Parameters

    Boot Dialog for ICIM/SNMP Configuration During a flash operation, the low-level parameters can be changed, including community strings, port number for traps, IP address, etc. The procedures below initially tell the ICIM that it is to be updated (flashed), whereupon it presents a configuration dialog. After new values are entered and saved, the ICIM is told to not update the program and proceed to normal ICIM operations.

  • Page 126: To Change Parameters

    Below is an example dialog where one of the parameters (Trap Community) is changed. Any of the parameters can be changed, although some should be changed only with the advice of a Cisco Services representative. Note: Hardware parameters (serial channel baud rate, serial number, and board Ethernet address) should not be changed.

  • Page 127: To Restart The Icim Using Icim

    Boot Dialog for ICIM/SNMP Configuration To Restart the ICIM using ICIM The boot selection dialog appears again. For each of the following questions, you can press < Return > to select the value shown in braces, or you can enter a new value. How should the board boot? 1.

  • Page 128: Adjusting Alarm Thresholds

    Chapter 4 Operation Using ICIM Adjusting Alarm Thresholds To Adjust Alarm Thresholds Relative alarm thresholds are both displayed and stored as relative values. This method for adjusting alarm thresholds lets you choose any valid increment size and adjust the alarm threshold to any valid value. You can use the ICIM to change the adjustable alarm thresholds of this module from their factory default values.

  • Page 129: Chapter 5 Operation Using Lci

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Introduction This chapter provides LCI installation instructions and detailed descriptions of how to use LCI. This chapter applies to you if you are using the Local Craft Interface (LCI) to operate a module. In This Chapter ...

  • Page 130: Lci Introduction

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI LCI Introduction Laser Warning WARNING: Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other  than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.  Avoid personal injury! The laser light source on this equipment (if a transmitter) or the fiber cables connected to this equipment emit invisible laser radiation.

  • Page 131: System Requirements

    System Requirements System Requirements You will need the following computer software and hardware to run LCI. Computer Requirements Pentium II 300 MHz processor or equivalent  128 MB RAM  10 MB available hard drive space  CD-ROM Drive  Windows 95 or later operating system software ...

  • Page 132: Installing Lci

    To Install the LCI Software Complete the following steps to install the LCI software. Obtain the LCI installation program from www.cisco.com/support and copy the program file to your Windows desktop. Launch the LCI installation program. The Welcome screen appears as shown in the following illustration.

  • Page 133

    Installing LCI Click Next to continue with the installation process. The Ready to Install the Program screen appears as shown in the following illustration. Click Install to begin installation. After a moment, the Setup Status screen appears, displaying a progress indicator as shown in the following illustration. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 134

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI When finished, the wizard asks if you want to install the Silicon Labs driver, which is required when using LCI with a node product.  If you are using LCI with a node product, choose the Launch option, click Next, and follow steps of the wizard to install the driver.

  • Page 135

    Installing LCI Click Finish to exit the Install wizard. An LCI shortcut is placed on your Windows desktop as shown in the following illustration. The LCI software is now ready to use. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 136: Connecting Your Computer To The Chassis

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Connecting Your Computer to the Chassis Before you start LCI, you must first connect your computer to the chassis that contains the module(s) you want to check. Important: LCI only communicates with modules installed in the chassis to which your ...

  • Page 137: Starting Lci Software

    Starting LCI Software Starting LCI Software When you start LCI, it polls the module(s) located in the chassis to which your computer is attached. For each module it finds, LCI does the following: Represents the module in the module tree of the main LCI window ...

  • Page 138

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Result: LCI polls the modules in the chassis, and when finished, displays a Refresh Complete message. Click OK to continue with LCI startup. Result: The main LCI window appears as shown in the example below. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 139: Lci Module Tree

    LCI Module Tree LCI Module Tree Introduction The main window of LCI contains a tree that represents your system in a hierarchical manner. Module Tree The module tree shown in the preceding illustration represents a computer connected to a chassis that contains eight modules. The three tree levels are described in the following table.

  • Page 140: Accessing Module Details

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Accessing Module Details The Module Details window displays information about module parameters, alarms, and status. You can access this window from the module tree using one of several methods: Double-click the chassis to display a graphic image of the chassis, and then ...

  • Page 141: Checking The Operating Status

    Checking the Operating Status Checking the Operating Status To Check Operating Status using LCI Using the LCI, you can check the status of all module operating parameters. In the module tree, right-click the module, and then click Details. The Module Details window appears as shown in the following example. The monitored parameters are displayed under Parameters and Status.

  • Page 142

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Check the operating parameters. Note: Optical amplifiers with multiple lasers may have multiple laser temperatures,  limits, bias, and other parameters. These multiple parameters are numbered for identification; for example, Laser Bias Current 1, Laser Bias Current 2; Laser Temperature 1, Laser Temperature 2, and so on.

  • Page 143: Configuring The Module Using Lci

    Configuring the Module using LCI Configuring the Module using LCI To Configure Parameters using LCI Using LCI, you can configure any module parameters that allow for such changes. In the module tree, right-click the module, and then click Details. The Module Details window appears as shown in the following example. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 144

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Under Controls, double-click the parameter you want to configure. The Change Value Dialog box appears. This example shows the dialog box for the Enable parameter. Depending on the parameter you chose, select or type a new value. Click Execute.

  • Page 145: Checking The Module Alarms Using Lci

    Checking the Module Alarms using LCI Checking the Module Alarms using LCI Using LCI, you can check the alarm status of various parameters. Alarms limits fall into one of the following categories. Major low  Minor low  Minor high ...

  • Page 146

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI The Module Details window appears as shown in the following example. The alarms are shown under Parameters and Alarms. Note: For details on all alarm parameters, see Module Parameter Descriptions (on page 143). 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 147: Modifying Module Alarm Limits Using Lci

    Modifying Module Alarm Limits using LCI Modifying Module Alarm Limits using LCI To Modify Alarm Limits using LCI Using LCI, you can modify alarm limits for parameters that allow for such changes. In the module tree, right-click the module, and then click Details. The Module Details window appears as shown in the following example.

  • Page 148

    Chapter 5 Operation Using LCI Double-click the limit you want to change. This example shows a Change Value dialog box for the Minor High limit of the Optical Output Power parameter. To change the limit value, type the desired value in the Command to box. Click Execute.

  • Page 149: Checking Manufacturing Data Using Lci

    Checking Manufacturing Data using LCI Checking Manufacturing Data using LCI To Check Manufacturing Data using LCI Using LCI, you can check the manufacturing for a selected module. In the module tree, right-click the module, and then click Details. The Module Details window appears as shown in the following example. The manufacturing data is displayed under Properties.

  • Page 151: Chapter 6 Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    Chapter 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Introduction This chapter describes the maintenance guidelines and troubleshooting procedures for this module. Qualified Personnel Only appropriately qualified and skilled personnel should attempt to maintain or troubleshoot module faults. WARNING: Allow only qualified and skilled personnel to install, operate, maintain, and service these products.

  • Page 152: Module Maintenance

    Chapter 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Module Maintenance Recommended Maintenance The following maintenance is recommended to ensure optimal performance. Frequency Maintenance Required Yearly Check all parameters and test points  Record data  Make adjustments as needed  Make sure all cables are mated properly ...

  • Page 153: General Troubleshooting Information

     Spectrum analyzer (for transmitter)  Additional Assistance If you need additional assistance, contact Cisco Services. Troubleshooting WARNING: Avoid electric shock and damage to this product! Do not open the enclosure of this product. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.

  • Page 154: Troubleshooting Alarm Conditions

    Chapter 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Alarm Conditions Amplifier Alarm Conditions If the red ALARM indicator is illuminated or is blinking, check the ICIM2 display to determine the cause of the alarm. Alarm Parameter Possible Causes Possible Solutions LasBias Laser current Internal problem Contact Customer Service for assistance.

  • Page 155: Chapter 7 Customer Support

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

  • Page 157: Appendix A Prisma Ii Permitted Cli Commands

    Appx auto letter Prisma II Permitted CLI Appendix A Commands Introduction The following tables summarize the available CLI commands for the Prisma II and Prisma II XD platforms. Each table lists the commands available for one of the four major CLI prompts: CLI, */* MODULE, TERMINAL, and ICIM.

  • Page 158: From Cli

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands From CLI ALARM CLEAR DATE EXIT HELP ALARM CLEAR COMMANDS DATE EDIT EXIT ICIM LOGOUT MANUAL MODULE TERMINAL WHOAMI ICIM LOGOUT MANUAL MODULE TERMINAL WHOAMI 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 159: From Icim

    From ICIM From ICIM ALARM EVENTLOGCLEAR EVENTLOGFILTER HARDWARE ON/OFF PROVISIONING ON/OFF SYSTEM ON/OFF EXIT FILE (IP_ADDRESS) NAME (FILENAME) PASSWORD (PASSWORD) PATH (PATH) USER (USERNAME) HELP IKE * (IP_ADDRESS) DELETE (IP_ADDRESS) INFO ACTIVEREV ATTNSTATUS BOOTREV CHASSIS CLEI * CLLI * COMMREAD COMMTRAP COMMWRITE DEVTYPE...

  • Page 160

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands DOWNLDTGT DOWNLDUSER FTPSERVER FTPUSER GATEWAY HWREV INACTIVEREV IPSEC * LOCKOUT MANDATA NEXTIMAGE PREVIOUSIP SELFTEST SERIAL SIZE SLOT STATUSMSG SUBNET SWDATE SWREV THRESHOLD TIMEOUT TZONE UPDATEID IPROUTE (DESTINATION) (GATEWAY) DELETE (DESTINATION) (GATEWAY) IPSEC * DISABLE 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 161

    From ICIM ENABLE LOGOUT MANUAL REBOOT CLLI * (CLLI) CLOCK (DATE_TIME) COMMREAD (READ_STRING) COMMTRAP (TRAP_STRING) COMMWRITE (WRITE_STRING) GATEWAY (GATEWAY) (IP_ADDRESS) LOCKOUT (INTERVAL) STATUSMSG- CLEARKEY SUBNET (SUBNET_MASK) THRESHOLD (THRESHOLD) TIMEOUT (TIMEOUT) TZONE (TIMEZONE) UPDATEID SHOW ACTIVEREV ATTNSTATUS BOOTREV CHASSIS CLEI * CLLI * CLOCK COMMREAD...

  • Page 162

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands DOWNLDRESULT DOWNLDSEM DOWNLDSIG DOWNLDSTATE DOWNLDTGT DOWNLDUSER EVENTLOG EVENTLOGALL EVENTLOGFILTER FILE FTPSERVER FTPUSER GATEWAY HWREV IKE * INACTIVEREV IPROUTE IPSEC * LOCKOUT LOCKEDUSERS MANDATA NEXTIMAGE PREVIOUSIP PROVISIONING SELFTEST SERIAL SIZE SLOT SNTP * STATUSMSG 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 163

    From ICIM SUBNET SWDATE SWREV THRESHOLD TIMEOUT TRAPS TZONE UPDATEID USER SNTP * INTERVAL MODE STATE TIMEOUT TRAPS DISABLE (INDEX) (IP_ADDRESS) ENABLE (INDEX) (IP_ADDRESS) USER (USER_ID) ADMIN DISABLE ENABLE READ DISABLE ENABLE READWRITE DISABLE ENABLE CHANGE ACCESS_RIGHTS (USER_ID) ADMIN READ READWRITE ACCOUNT_STATUS (USER_ID)

  • Page 164

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands * Reserved for future use. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 165: From */* Module

    From */* MODULE From */* MODULE ALARM DOMAIN MODULE CHASSIS (digits) [range] EXIT HELP INFO ALARM (ALARMNAME) HYSTERESIS use show alarms * INDEX LABEL LIMITADJUST MAJORHIGH MAJORLOW MINORHIGH MINORLOW NOMINAL RANGEHI RANGELO TYPE VALUE CONTROL (CONTROLNAME) INDEX use show control * LABEL RANGEHI RANGELO...

  • Page 166

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands CLEI CLLI CODEREV DATECODE DEVTYPE DOWNLOADABLE INACTIVEREV MANDATA MODTYPE NAME NEXTIMAGE NUMANALOGCONTROLS NUMCONTROLS NUMDIGITALCONTROLS NUMMONITS NUMOFALARMS SCRIPTREV SELFTEST SERIAL MONITOR (MONITORNAME) INDEX use show mon * LABEL STATENAMES TYPE UNITS VALUE LOGOUT MANUAL MODID digits [range]...

  • Page 167

    From */* MODULE MAJORHIGH MAJORLOW MINORHIGH MINORLOW CONTROL (CONTROLNAME) (VALUE) MODULE CLLI (CLLI) SHOW ALARMPARAM (ALARMNAME) HYSTERESIS use show alarms * MAJORHIGH MAJORLOW MINORHIGH MINORLOW ALARMSTATE (ALARMNAME) CONTROL (CONTROLNAME) MODULE MONITOR (MONITORNAME) SLOT digits [range] Reserved for future use. 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 168: From Terminal

    Appendix A Prisma II Permitted CLI Commands From TERMINAL ALARM COLSEP (string) EXIT HEADERS (digits) HELP LOGOUT MANUAL PAGING (digits) PATTERN REGEX WILDCARD SHOW 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 169: Appendix B Module Parameter Descriptions

    Appx auto letter Module Parameter Appendix B Descriptions Introduction This appendix provides control, alarm, monitor, and manufacturing data parameters for this equipment. In This Appendix  Hybrid Amplifier Parameters ............144 78-4025693-01 Rev D...

  • Page 170: Hybrid Amplifier Parameters

    Appendix B Module Parameter Descriptions Hybrid Amplifier Parameters Hybrid Amplifier Operating Status Parameters Parameter ICIM Function Typical Name (LCI) Abbreviation Value Optical Input InPwr Displays optical input power 5.0 dBm Power Optical Output OutPwr Displays optical output power 19.5 dBm Power Laser 1 LasTemp1...

  • Page 171: Hybrid Amplifier Configurable Parameters

    Hybrid Amplifier Parameters Note: Monitored values may vary from module to module. The values shown above are examples only. Hybrid Amplifier Configurable Parameters Parameter ICIM Description Values Default Name (LCI) Abbreviation Enable Laser Enable Enables or disables amplifier ON (1) OFF (0) OFF (0) Optical Power...

  • Page 172

    Appendix B Module Parameter Descriptions Parameter ICIM Nominal Major Minor Minor Major Hys- Operating Name (LCI) Abbrev. Value High High teresis Range Limit Limit Limit Limit Laser 1 LasBias1 3.7 to -8.0 A -8.0 A -0.1 A -0.001 A 0.001 OK or Bias 5.0 A...

  • Page 173: Hybrid Amplifier Manufacturing Data Parameter Examples

    Hybrid Amplifier Parameters Hybrid Amplifier Manufacturing Data Parameter Examples Parameter ICIM Typical Values Name (LCI) Abbreviation Generic Name Prisma II Hybrid Amplifier Description Optical Hybrid-Amplifier Software Version Sw Ver 1.01.02 Serial Number Serial # AAGIAZI Time of Service In Service Hours (initial...

  • Page 175: Glossary

    Glossary ac, AC alternating current. An electric current that reverses its direction at regularly recurring intervals. automatic gain control. A process or means by which gain is automatically adjusted in a specified manner as a function of input level or other specified parameters. conditional access.

  • Page 176

    Glossary DOCSIS data over cable service interface specification. EDFA erbium doped fiber amplifier. Optical fibers doped with the rare earth element, erbium, which can amplify light in the 1550 nm region when pumped by an external light source. Electronic Industries Association. A United States association that provides standards for use between manufacturers and purchasers of electronic products.

  • Page 177

    Glossary ICIM intelligent communications interface module. Internet protocol. A standard that was originally developed by the United States Department of Defense to support the internetworking of dissimilar computers across a network. IP is perhaps the most important of the protocols on which the Internet is based. It is the standard that describes software that keeps track of the internetwork addresses for different nodes, routes, and outgoing/incoming messages on a network.

  • Page 178

    Glossary optical network termination. Optical network elements that terminate a network signal; also interchangeably referred to as an optical network unit (ONU). packet identifier or program identifier. phase lock loop. An electronic servo system controlling an oscillator to maintain a constant phase angle relative to a reference signal.

  • Page 179

    A device used to dissipate heat in electronic assemblies. TNCS Transmission Network Control System. A Cisco application that allows status monitoring and control of all transmission equipment located in headends and hubs plus optical nodes, power supplies, and amplifiers in the outside plant. TNCS provides access to and information on the entire network in an easy to understand, topology driven, graphical user display.

  • Page 181: Index

    Index Community Strings • 94 Computer Requirements • 105 CONFIG Menus • 82 ac, AC • 149 Configuration and Monitoring Methods • 7 Access Requirements • 11 Configuration Complete • 90 Accessing Module Details • 114 Configuring the Module using LCI • 117 Accessing the ICIM LCD Contrast •...

  • Page 182

    Index LCD • 151 LCI • 151 LCI Function • 104 General Troubleshooting Information • 127 LCI Introduction • 104 LCI Module Tree • 113 LED • 151 Headers Command • 61 Login and Logout • 36 HFC • 150 Hybrid Amplifier Alarm Data Parameters •...

  • Page 183

    Index Preparing for Installation • 10 To Change Parameters • 100 Previous IP Address • 97 To Change Service Mode on the Hybrid Prisma II ICIM Menu • 76 Amplifier • 83 Prisma II MAIN Menu and ICIM Menu To Change the User Password • 72 Structure •...

  • Page 184

    This document includes various trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. Please see the Notices section of this document for a list of the Cisco Systems, Inc. trademarks used in this document. Product and service availability are subject to change without notice.

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