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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Task Collection

Configuration Task Collection

This section describes tasks for configuring pulse code modulation (PCM) services using the network management system (NMS).

Configuring the Sub-rate Encapsulation Mode

This section describes how to configure the sub-rate encapsulation mode.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • PCM port configuration is complete.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired DXM board, and choose Configuration > Subrate Encaptype from Function Tree.
  2. In this displayed Subrate Encaptype window, set parameters. For parameter details, see Sub-rate Encapsulation Mode.

  3. Click Apply to complete the configuration of the sub-rate encapsulation mode.

Configuring a PCM Port

This section describes how to configure a PCM port before configuring a PCM service.

Prerequisites

You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.

Context

Configuring PCM port attributes differs for different PCM boards. Follow processes shown in Figure 2-45 to configure PCM ports on different PCM boards.

Figure 2-45  Process of configuring PCM ports on different PCM boards

Procedure

  1. Configure Framed E1 Interface for a board.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board and choose Configuration > Framed E1 Interface from the navigation tree.
    2. Select External Port. Set the port attributes as required.

      FXSO12 and AT8 boards:

      DXM board:

    3. Select Internal Port. Set the port attributes as required.

      By default, the value of Working Mode for an internal port of an FXSO12 or AT8 board is PCM30.

      DXM board:

  2. In the NE Explorer, select a desired board from the object tree and choose Configuration > Port Management from the navigation tree.
  3. Configure Basic Configurations for the board.

    1. Click the Basic Configurations tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see Basic Configurations.

    2. Click Apply.

  4. Configure Service Control Configuration for the board.

    1. Click the Service Control Configuration tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see Service Configuration Control Parameters.

    2. Click Apply.

  5. Configure Port Type Configurations for the board.

    1. Click the Port Type Configurations tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see Port Type Configurations.

    2. Click Apply.

  6. Configure FXS Port Configurations for the board.

    1. Click the FXS Port Configurations tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see FXS Port Configurations.

    2. Click Apply.

  7. Configure FXO Port Configurations for the board.

    1. Click the FXO Port Configurations tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see FXO Port Configurations.

    2. Click Apply.

  8. Configure ATI Port Configurations for the board.

    1. Click the ATI Port Configurations tab and set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see ATI Port Configurations.

    2. Click Apply.

  9. Set Advanced Configurations for the board.

    1. Click Advanced Configurations and set parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see Advanced Configurations.

      FXSO12 and DXM boards:



      AT8 boards:



    2. Click Apply.

  10. Configure Serial Port Management for DXM boards.

    1. In the NE Explorer of NE 1, select the DXM board from the object tree and choose Configuration > Serial Port Management from the navigation tree.
    2. Set the parameters as required. For details about the parameters, see Parameters for Serial Port Management.

    3. Click Apply.

Configuring PCM Services

This section describes how to configure 8 kbit/s and 64 kbit/s services on the U2000.

Configuring 64 kit/s Services

This section describes how to configure a 64 kbit/s service.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • PCM ports have been configured.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explore, select the board on which a 64 kbit/s service needs to be configured from the object tree and choose Configuration > 64 kbit/s Service Configuration from the navigation tree.
  2. Click Create and set the parameters in the displayed Create Service dialog box. For details about sub-rate service dependencies and limitations, see Feature Dependencies and Limitations. For details about the parameters, see 64 kbit/s Service Parameters.

  3. Click OK or Apply.
Configuring 8 kit/s Services

This section describes how to configure 8 kbit/s services

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • PCM port configuration is complete.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board, and choose Configuration > 8 kbit/s Service Configuration from Function Tree.
  2. Click Create. In the displayed Create Service dialog box, set required parameters. For details about sub-rate service dependencies and limitations, see Feature Dependencies and Limitations. For parameter details, see 8 kbit/s Service Parameters.

  3. Click OK or Apply.

Configuring Off-Hook Signaling and On-Hook Signaling

This section describes how to configure off-hook signaling and on-hook signaling.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • PCM ports have been configured.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board and choose Configuration > Port Management from the Function Tree.
  2. On the Advanced Configurations tab page, specify Off-Hook Signaling and On-Hook Signaling. For details about the parameters, see Advanced Configurations.

  3. Click Apply after setting required parameters.

Configuring Multiplexer Group Services

This section describes how to configure multiplexer group services.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • Port configuration on the DXM board is complete.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select DXM, and choose Configuration > Multiplexer Group Management from Function Tree.
  2. Click Create. In the displayed New Multiplexer Group dialog box, select Port of Control Member. Click Add to complete parameter settings for common members. For details about dependencies and limitations of the multiplexer group feature, see Feature Dependencies and Limitations. For parameter details, see Parameters for Configuring Multiplexer Group Services.

  3. Click OK.

Follow-up Procedure

After configuring a multiplexer group service, you can query the multiplexer group status and the status of the multiplexer group members.

  1. Select the DXM board and choose Configuration > Multiplexer Group Management from the Function Tree. Click Query > Groups to query the status of the new multiplexer group.
  2. Select the DXM board and choose Configuration > Multiplexer Group Management from the Function Tree. Click Query > Member Status and select a created multiplexer group to query the member status of the multiplexer group.
NOTE:
For parameters of multiplexer group members, see Parameters for Configuring Multiplexer Group Services.

Configuring a DDN Clock Source

This section describes how to configure a DDN clock source.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.

Procedure

  1. Select the board on which a DDN clock source will be configured from the NE Explorer, and choose Configuration > DDN Clock Source Management from Function Tree.
  2. On the DDN Clock Source Management tab page, set the Clock Source Trace parameters.
  3. Click Apply.

Configuring the E1 Transmission Mode

This section describes how to configure the E1 transmission mode of a board.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired DIO board. Choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from the function tree. On the Basic Attributes page, click the E1 Up Mode column and select the corresponding parameter in the dialog box that is displayed. For parameter details, see Parameters for Configuration Parameters of the E1 Transmission Mode.

  2. Click Apply to complete the configuration of the E1 transmission mode.

Dry Contact Service Configuration

This section describes how to configure dry contact services.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • Make sure that the E1 transmission mode has been configured.

Procedure

  1. Select the corresponding DIO board in the NE Explorer, and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from the function tree. Click the Basic Attributes column to view the popped up dialog box.

  2. Select Input Relay or Output Relay.

    • Configure Input Relay:

      Select Input Relay, configure relevant parameters on the Input Relay page, For parameter details, see Parameters for Input Relay Parameters.

    • Configure Output Relay:

      Select Output Relay, configure relevant parameters on the Output Relay page, For parameter details, see Parameters for Output Relay Parameters.

    NOTE:

    The dry contact output signal and Light Out signal share the same port. Therefore, before switching services (such as switching the dry contact output signal to the Light Out signal), you must disconnect the cable from the peer device first.

  3. click Apply to complete the Boolean service configuration.

Configuring Dry Contact Signal Combination

This section describes how to configure dry contact signal combination.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • Make sure that the E1 transmission mode has been configured.
  • Make sure that the dry contact service has been configured.

Procedure

  1. Select the corresponding DIO board in the NE Explorer, and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Relay Mux Configuration from the function tree.
  2. Select the column corresponding to the output port for which the dry contact service has been configured, click to view the Relay Mux Configuration dialog box that is displayed.

  3. Select corresponding input ports and click OK, and then click Apply on the lower right corner to complete the dry contact signal combination configuration.

    NOTE:
    For details about configuration parameters of dry contact signal combination, refer to Configuration Parameters of Combined Dry Contact Signals.

Alarm Output Path Configuration

This section describes how to configure the alarm output path.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • Make sure that the E1 transmission mode has been configured.
  • Make sure that the dry contact service has been configured.
    NOTE:

    In the Output Relay mode, the alarm output path can be configured only for dry contact services whose working mode is Term.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the DIO board and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from the Function Tree. Click the Basic Attributes column to view the popped up dialog box.

  2. Select Alarm Relay, configure relevant parameters on the Alarm Relay page, For parameter details, see Parameters for Configuration Parameters of the Alarm Output Path.

  3. Click Apply to complete the alarm output path configuration.
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