Total Access 30003010 DS3 Multiplexer Module, 2nd Generation by mpm74462

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                                                                                                                                        Issue 2, January 2004
                                                                                                                                     CLEI Code: M3C3EE5A_ _

             Total Access 3000/3010 DS3 Multiplexer Module, 2nd Generation
                          Installation and Maintenance Practice
CONTENTS
1. General........................................................................... 1
2. Installation ..................................................................... 2
3. Operation ....................................................................... 4
4. Provisioning ................................................................... 6                                          DS3MX
                                                                                                                               1181020L3
5. FCD Operation............................................................. 16
6. Maintenance................................................................. 16                                                    POWER
7. Specifications............................................................... 16                                                   STATUS
8. Warranty and Customer Service .................................. 17
                                                                                                                                      TEST
FIGURES
Figure 1. DS3 Multiplexer Module..................................... 1
Figure 2. Main Menu .......................................................... 7
Figure 3. Configuration Menu ............................................ 7
Figure 4. Provisioning Menu .............................................. 8
Figure 5. Status Screen ..................................................... 10
Figure 6. Alarms Menu ..................................................... 11
Figure 7. Test Menu.......................................................... 12
Figure 8. Performance Monitoring Menu ......................... 13
                                                                                                                                      LOCKOUT
Figure 9. Protection Configuration Menu......................... 14
Figure 10.DS3MX Channel Mapping Menu..................... 15                                                                          ON LINE

TABLES                                                                                                                                APS
Table 1. Compliance Codes ................................................ 2
Table 2. LED Descriptions ................................................. 3
                                                                                                                                      TEST/
Table 3. Switch Description................................................ 3                                                         ENABLE
Table 4. Account Names and Passwords ............................ 6
Table 5. DS3MX Service States ......................................... 9
Table 6. T2 Channel Mapping .......................................... 15
Table 7. DS3MX Specifications ....................................... 17



1. GENERAL
This practice is an installation and maintenance guide
for the ADTRAN® Total Access® 3000/3010 DS3
Multiplexer Module (DS3MX). Figure 1 illustrates the
front panel of the DS3MX (P/N 1181020L3).
                                                                                                          Figure 1. DS3 Multiplexer Module
Revision History
                                                                                                 • Supports programmable time slot assignment of the
This is the second issue of this practice. This issue
                                                                                                   tributary channels (E1/T1) to the access slots
includes installation instructions, two system level
features, and a specification section.                                                           • Supports M13 or C-Bit parity DS3 formats
                                                                                                 • B3ZS line code compatible
Features                                                                                         • Automatic receive equalization
 • Multiplexes/Demultiplexes DS3 signal into 28 DS1
                                                                                                 • Local or loop timing modes
   channels, 21 E1 channels, 7 DS2 channels, or a
   combination of the three                                                                      • Provides near end and far end (C-Bit mode only)
                                                                                                   DS3 performance monitoring
                                                                                                 • Provides 1:1 equipment MUX protection switching

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    • Detects and indicates DS3 alarm and loopback                        Table 1. Compliance Codes
      conditions
                                                                Code                                            Input        Output
    • Manual and remote initiated line and terminal
      loopback modes                                            Power Code (PC)                                     F          C
    • Supports field upgrades of application firmware           Telecommunication Code (TC)                         –           –
    • Operation over a standard temperature range of
                                                                Installation Code (IC)                              A           –
      –40°C to –65°C.
    • Compliant with NEBS Level 3 and UL 60950
                                                              This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
      requirements
                                                              Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    • Supports 25 digit serial numbers
                                                               1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
    • Supports System Configuration Archival (SCA)
                                                               2. This device must accept any interference received,
    • Supports MUX Network Provisioning Storage
                                                                  including interference that may cause undesired
      (MNPS)
                                                                  operation.
System Configuration Archival (SCA)                           Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
SCA is a Total Access 3000/3010 system-level feature.         ADTRAN could void the user’s authority to operate this
The SCA system allows the shelf administrator to              equipment.
manually or automatically save provisioning
information for all installed cards to a remote TFTP          2. INSTALLATION
server for possible restore at a later time. In addition to
its obvious use for fast recovery of shelf provisions in
the case of flood or fire, the SCA system may be used to
“clone” baseline shelf configurations to new                                      C A U T I O N !
installations so that only a few shelf-specific provisions                        SUBJECT TO ELECTROSTATIC DAMAGE
                                                                                     OR DECREASE IN RELIABILITY.

need to be altered, significantly reducing initial setup                         HANDLING PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED.

time.
The menus and SNMP system allows the administrator            After unpacking the DS3MX, inspect it for damage. If
to perform automatic or manual save and restores of           damage has occurred, file a claim with the carrier, then
SCA information to and from a TFTP server. Automatic          contact ADTRAN Customer Service. For more
save operations may be scheduled to occur after a             information, refer to the Warranty and Customer
specific time of day so that installations with large         Service section of this practice. If possible, keep the
numbers of Total Access 3000/3010 shelves may                 original shipping container for returning the DS3MX
reduce simultaneous SCA network traffic.                      for repair or for verification of shipping damage.

MUX Network Provisioning Storage (MNPS)                       Shipping Contents
MNPS is a Total Access 3000/3010 system-level                 The contents include the following items:
feature that serves as a form of Auto Provisioning for          • DS3MX
the SCU. The MUX archives SCU provisioning data                 • DS3MX Job Aid
into volatile memory. If the SCU in the shelf is replaced,
the SCU can then retrieve its provisioning data from the
MUX.                                                                                     CAUTION
                                                                   Electronic modules can be damaged by ESD.
Compliance                                                         When handling modules, wear an antistatic
Table 1 shows the compliance codes for the DS3MX.                  discharge wrist strap to prevent damage to
The DS3MX is NRTL listed to the applicable UL                      electronic components. Place modules in
standards. The DS3MX is to be installed in a restricted            antistatic packing material when transporting
access location and in a Type “B” or “E” enclosure                 or storing. When working on modules, always
only. Input current at minimum load will not exceed                place them on an approved antistatic mat that is
0.20 A at –48VDC.                                                  electrically grounded.




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Instructions for Installing the Module                             5. Slide the module into slot A or B. Simultaneous
The DS3MX installs into slot A or slot B at the left-end              thumb pressure at the top (above the POWER
of the Total Access 3000/3010 chassis. To install the                 LED) and at the bottom (below the TEST/ENABLE
DS3MX, perform the following steps:                                   button) of the module will ensure that the module
                                                                      is firmly positioned against the backplane of the
 1. If present, remove the MUX Blank
                                                                      chassis.
    (P/N 1181952L1) from the appropriate slot of
    the Total Access 3000/3010 chassis.                            6. Secure the DS3MX in place by pushing in on the
 2. Pull the ejector latch, located on the lower left-                ejector latch.
    hand side of the DS3MX front panel, from its                  When the DS3MX first powers up it runs the power up
    closed position.                                              self-tests. Once the power up self-test is complete, the
 3. Hold the DS3MX by the front panel while                       LEDs will reflect the true state of the hardware.
    supporting the bottom edge of the module with the
    ejector latch opened to engage the chassis edge.              Front Panel LEDs
                                                                  LEDs are described in Table 2. Switch indicators are
 4. Align the module edges to fit in the lower and
                                                                  described in Table 3.
    upper guide grooves for slot A or B.


                                               Table 2. LED Descriptions
 Front Panel           Indicator     Color      Description
                        POWER            Off    No power is present on the DS3MX; fuse may be blown if power is available
    DS3MX
    1181020L3
                                                to other slots
        POWER                          Green    The DS3MX is In-Service
        STATUS                        Yellow    The DS3MX is Out-of-Service
        TEST
                                         Red    Equipment failure
                       STATUS            Off    DS3MX is Out-of-Service, Unassigned
                                       Green    DS3 signal is present and synchronized
                                      Yellow    Remote alarm condition detected
         LOCKOUT
                                         Red    Local alarm, or local and remote alarm condition detected
         ON LINE

        APS              TEST            Off    DS3MX is not in loopback
        TEST/                         Yellow    Loopback is active
        ENABLE


                      LOCKOUT            Off    APS is enabled
                                      Yellow    APS is disabled due to INHIBIT
                                         Red    APS is locked out due to three non-forced APS events within a 24 hour period
                       ON LINE           Off    The DS3MX is offline
                                       Green    The DS3MX is online


                                               Table 3. Switch Description
 Switch            Description
 APS               When pressed simultaneously with the TEST/ENABLE switch on the offline DS3MX, a protection switch is
                   forced.
                   When pressed simultaneously with the TEST/ENABLE switch on the online DS3MX, it toggles APS status.
                   When pressed during bootup, it forces the DS3MX into the Software Upgrade menu
 TEST/             When pressed alone, tests all DS3MX LEDs (multi color LEDs appear yellow).
 ENABLE            When pressed simultaneously with the APS switch on the offline DS3MX, a protection switch is forced.
                   When pressed simultaneously with the APS switch on the online DS3MX, it toggles APS status.
                   When pressed during bootup, restores factory defaults.


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Auto Provisioning                                            3. OPERATION
If Auto Provisioning is enabled on the System                The DS3MX interfaces to a standard DS3 signal from
Controller Unit (SCU), the provisioning of the last          the network and provides logic level signals to the
occupant of the MUX slot (A or B), including Service         access modules. In the Total Access 3000 chassis, the
State, will be written to the new DS3MX upon                 DS3MX multiplexes/demultiplexes the DS3 into either
installation, given that the newly installed module is of    28 DS1s, 21 E1s, 7 DS2s, or a combination of the three.
the same device type as the previous module. Auto            The 7 DS2 signals, DS2(1) through DS2(7), will occupy
provisioning will not overwrite linked provisioning          time slots 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-16, 17-20, 21-24, and 25-
settings received on installation.                           28, respectively, in the DS3. There are 3 E1s per DS2.
                                                             The same logic applies to the Total Access 3010
Linked Provisioning                                          chassis, except that the Total Access 3010 is limited to
This feature transfers provisioning settings changes,        22 access slots.
except Service State, between the online and offline
                                                             The DS3MX will occupy either one or both of the two
modules to keep both modules provisioning settings
                                                             multiplexer slots of the Total Access shelf. In the dual
identical. A change in the linked provisioning status to
                                                             configuration, the DS3MX will operate in a Working or
either DS3MX will be transferred to the other DS3MX,
                                                             a Protect mode.
causing both modules to always have the same linked
provisioning status. Therefore, both modules will either
                                                             DS3/Network Interface
always be enabled or always be disabled.
                                                             Physical Interface
All subsequent provisioning changes are made through
                                                             Physical connection to the network interface is made on
the SCU communication link.
                                                             the Total Access 3000/3010 backplane using a standard
                                                             BNC connector via the BNC Adapter Module
Factory Defaults
                                                             (P/N 1181004L1).
Upon initial installation the DS3MX will be
provisioned to factory default settings. These settings      Line Format
are as follows:                                              Both C-Bit parity and M13 format are supported as
Framing:               Auto Detect                           specified in ANSI T1.107-1995. Signal format selection
Line Build Out:        Short                                 is automatic or can be overridden by manual selection.
Clock Source:          Loop                                  Line Code
Service State:         Out Of Service, Unassigned            The DS3MX interface uses B3ZS as defined in ANSI
Linked Provisioning: Enable
                                                             T1.102. Though Line Code is displayed on the
                                                             provisioning menu, it is hard coded and cannot be
Line Code:             B3ZS (This option is hard coded       changed.
                       and cannot be changed, though it
                       is displayed on the provisioning      Line Build Out
                       menu.)                                Both short cable and long cable are supported.
PM Alarm Enables:      Off (Refer to Performance
                       Monitoring Menu on the Main           Power Interface
                       menu.)                                The Total Access backplane delivers –48 VDC to the
                                                             DS3MX.
Channel Mapping:       1-to-1 T1/Slot routing (Refer to
                       Channel Mapping Menu on the           User/Supervisory Interface
                       Main menu.)                           User access to the DS3MX is through the SCU. The
                                                             SCU provides a VT100 interface for a craft terminal and
                                                             provides the protocol conversion necessary between the
                                                             SCU and the VT100 interface.




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Provisioning                                                 Remote Alarm Indicator (RAI)
All provisioning takes place through the SCU                 The DS3MX transmits a Remote Alarm Indicator (RAI)
communication link. Onboard switches or jumpers are          to the far end when it cannot identify valid framing, or
not provided. The DS3MX retains provisioning in a            it determines AIS is being received on the incoming
nonvolatile memory device.                                   DS3 signal. Upon detection of RAI on the incoming
                                                             signal, the DS3MX shall report the RAI to the system
Diagnostics                                                  controller for status condition reporting purposes.
The DS3MX monitors DS3 line conditions for
anomalies and/or Far End Alarm and Control (FEAC)            FEAC Alarm and Status
codes in accordance with ANSI T1.107-1995. The               FEAC alarm and status code words are transmitted by
DS3MX reports the status to the SCU for alarm                the DS3MX when in C-BIT parity framing mode and
processing.                                                  the specific alarm or status conditions are met, as
                                                             defined in ANSI T1.107-1995.
Alarms
                                                             Loopbacks
Loss of Signal (LOS) and Out of Frame (OOF)
LOS or OOF detected on the incoming DS3 signal               FEAC Loopbacks
causes AIS to be substituted in all low speed tributaries.   FEAC loopbacks are supported by the DS3MX when
                                                             operating in C-Bit parity framing mode.
Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)
The DS3MX will insert AIS in both the downstream             Locally Controlled Loopback
and upstream directions. Downstream AIS will be              The DS3MX can be manually set into loopback. When
inserted under any of the following conditions:              the MUX is in local loopback mode, an AIS signal is
                                                             generated to the remote end DS3 terminal.
  • Activation of any tributary network loopback. AIS
    will be inserted into whichever bandwidth is being
                                                             Performance Monitoring Functions
    utilized (T2, E1, or T1).
                                                             Performance monitoring data is collected by both the
  • DS3MX is in an Out-of-Service, Unassigned state.         working and protection DS3MX modules and is stored
  • During a T3 APS switch, the DS3MX going offline          in local volatile memory. All required parameters listed
    inserts a 32 msec burst of AIS to the low-speed          in ANSI T1.231-1997 are supported. The DS3MX
    tributaries, forcing the access modules to switch to     provides for performance monitoring alarm threshold
    the new online DS3MX.                                    settings and disabling threshold alarm generation.
  • One of the following four Rx conditions on the T3
    signal:                                                  Protection Switching
                                                             The DS3MX is provided 1:1 nonrevertive MUX
    – LOS - Loss of T3 signal
                                                             protection through redundant equipment provisioning.
    – OOF - Out of Frame                                     DS3MX protection switching may be manually forced
    – RCV AIS - AIS is received on the incoming T3           by simultaneously pressing the front panel APS and
       signal                                                TEST/ENABLE switches of the offline DS3MX,
    – RCV Idle Signal - Idle signal is received on the       causing it to become the online DS3MX and setting its
       incoming T3 signal                                    APS status to INHIBIT. The APS status may be toggled
                                                             by simultaneously pressing the front panel APS and
Upstream AIS will be inserted under either of the            TEST/ENABLE switches on the online DS3MX.
following conditions:
                                                             DS3MX protection switching may also be forced using
  • The presence of an unassigned channel (T2, E1,T1)        menu commands, TL1, or SNMP commands. SNMP
  • An assigned channel where the module is not              commands will not change the DS3MX APS status to
    supplying clock (T2,E1,T1)                               INHIBIT.
The activation of local loopback on the DS3MX causes         The DS3MX APS is based on the following criteria:
the transmission of T3 AIS toward the network on the
                                                               • A failure occurs in the online DS3MX
DS3 interface.
                                                               • The online DS3MX detects a receive DS3 LOS or
                                                                 OOF and the offline DS3MX does not



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    • The online DS3MX detects a transmit DS3 LOS             Windows HyperTerminal
      and the offline DS3MX does not                          Windows HyperTerminal can be used as a VT100
                                                              terminal emulation program. Open HyperTerminal by
APS lockout will occur after three APS events within a
                                                              selecting Programs/Accessories/HyperTerminal. Refer
24-hour period. Lockout will inhibit subsequent
                                                              to the Help section of HyperTerminal for additional
protection switching. The lockout condition may be
                                                              information.
cleared using the front panel APS and TEST/ENABLE
switches or via menu or TL1 commands.
                                                                                     NOTE
4. PROVISIONING                                                    To ensure proper display background, select
All provisioning will be handled through the SCU                   VT100 terminal emulation under Settings.
communication link, either though the menu access or
SNMP. There are no onboard DIP switches or jumpers.
The unit will retain provisioning data in a nonvolatile       Password and Account Name
memory device in case of a loss of power to the module.       Password protection is factory enabled. If password
Total Access 3000/3010 system management and                  protection is enabled, the SCU will display the logon
provisioning is facilitated by a series of intuitive menus    screen, and a valid account name and password are
that are accessible on a computer screen. Connecting          required to access menus. The factory default account
either a VT100 terminal or a PC emulating a VT100             names and default passwords (both are case sensitive)
terminal to the craft interface on the SCU front panel        are displayed in Table 4.
allows access to the menus and management features of
the Total Access 3000/3010.                                       Table 4. Account Names and Passwords
The craft access port for the Total Access 3000/3010            Account         Default         Access
system is located on the front panel of the SCU and is a        Name            Password        Rights
DB-9 connector. Access can also be made to the Total            ADMIN           PASSWORD        Administration
Access 3000/3010 chassis from the backplane through                                             Access
the port labeled ADMIN (J31/J18). It is a DB-25
connector, and is located on the upper right corner of the      READONLY        PASSWORD        Read Access only
backplane.                                                      READWRITE       PASSWORD        Read and Write
                                                                                                Access
                           NOTE                                 TEST            PASSWORD        Read and Test Access
        Connecting to the Total Access 3000/3010
        chassis from the front panel craft port on the
        SCU requires a straight serial data cable.                                      NOTE
        Connection to the Total Access 3000/3010                   The Account Name and Password are to be
        chassis via the connector on the backplane                 entered in all capital letters. Some legacy SCU
        requires the use of a null modem cable,                    modules do not use an Account Name.
        because that port is configured for a modem
        and expects to see DCE equipment.
                                                              Menu Navigation
The parameters of the VT100 terminal should be set as         The following subsections describe the DS3MX menus.
follows:                                                      Most menu selections are made by typing the corre-
                                                              sponding number and then pressing ENTER. If the wrong
    •   9600 Baud (site specific)                             selection is made, pressing ESC will display the
    •   No parity                                             previous screen. The Question Mark (?) can be used at
    •   8 Data bits                                           any time to display a list of menu commands.
    •   1 Stop bits
                                                              Menus
    •   No Flow Control                                       The following subsections describe the DS3MX
                                                              screens.



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Main Menu                                                     Configuration Menu
The Main menu is shown in Figure 2. This screen               It displays configuration data pertaining to the DS3MX
allows access to the module’s various functions such as       module and cannot be changed. Information such as
provisioning, performing loopback tests, and channel          software revision will change and reflect the new
mapping.                                                      software as the upgrades are performed. The
                                                              Configuration menu is shown in Figure 3. This screen
                                                              is a read-only display.


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                                                    DS3-Mux

                                               1.   Configuration
                                               2.   Provisioning
                                               3.   Status
                                               4.   Alarms
                                               5.   Test
                                               6.   Performance Monitoring
                                               7.   Protection Configuration
                                               8.   Channel Mapping




                                               Selection:




                                          ‘?’ - System Help Screen


                                             Figure 2. Main Menu


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                                            DS3-Mux Configuration

                                        Unit Name             :   DS3 MUX
                                        CLEI Code             :   M3C3EE5AAA
                                        Part Number           :   1181020L3
                                        Serial Number         :   0123456789
                                        Product Revision      :   A
                                        Project Sw Rev        :   A02
                                        Boot Sw Rev           :   E.06




                                            ‘?’ - System Help Screen


                                       Figure 3. Configuration Menu


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Provisioning Menu                                            Line Build Out
This menu is used to make provisioning changes to            This option is used to set the LBO value. Options
module performance parameters. Changes can only be           include the following:
made when the Service State is provisioned to Out Of
                                                               • Short - Defined as <100 feet for 735 Lucent coax
Service, Maintenance or Out Of Service, Unassigned
                                                                 and <225 feet for 728A or 734A coax.
state. No changes can be made as long as the module is
provisioned to the In Service state. The Provisioning          • Long - Defined as >100 feet for 735 Lucent coax
menu is shown in Figure 4.                                       and >225 feet for 728A or 734A coax.

The provisioning options are as follows:                     Clock Source
                                                             This option is used to select where the clock derives its
Framing                                                      timing. Options include the following:
This option is used to set framing of DS3 data stream.
There are three framing options: M13, C-Bit, and Auto          • Local - The clock timing is derived from an onboard
Detect.                                                          oscillator.
                                                               • Loop - The clock timing is derived from the incom-
                                                                 ing data stream.



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                                               DS3-Mux Provisioning

                                    1.     Framing             : C-BIT
                                    2.     Line Build Out      : SHORT
                                    3.     Clock Source        : LOOP
                                    4.     Service State       : OUT OF SERVICE, MAINTENANCE
                                    5.     Linked Provisioning : ENABLE
                                           Line Code           : B3ZS
                                    6.     Restore Factory Defaults
                                    7.     Restart Mux in Software Upgrade Menu


                                    Selection:




                                              ‘?’ - System Help Screen


                                         Figure 4. Provisioning Menu




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Service States                                                 Factory Defaults
Service States are explained below. Detailed                   Restores provisioning data back to factory defaults.
information is provided in Table 5.                            Factory default settings are as follows:
  • Out Of Service, Unassigned - This is the factory           Framing:               Auto Detect
    default state of the DS3MX. In this state, the system      Line Build Out:        Short
    regards the module as having no valid provisioning
                                                               Clock Source:          Loop
    and is unable to provide service. In this state provi-
    sioning is allowed, test modes are allowed, and            Service State:         Out Of Service, Unassigned
    software downloads are allowed.                            Linked Provisioning: Enable
  • Out Of Service, Maintenance - In this state, provi-        Line Code:             B3ZS (This option is hard coded
    sioning changes can be made, test modes activated,                                and cannot be changed, though it
    and software downloads performed. The DS3MX                                       is displayed on the provisioning
    does provide data service in this state, however, no                              menu)
    alarms will be generated during this time.
                                                               PM Alarm Enables:      Off (Refer to Performance
  • In Service - In this state, data services are available,
                                                                                      Monitoring Menu on the Main
    and alarm reporting is available. Provisioning,
                                                                                      menu.)
    activation of test modes, and software downloads
    are not allowed.                                           Channel Mapping:       1-to-1 T1/Slot routing (Refer to
                                                                                      Channel Mapping Menu on the
Linked Provisioning                                                                   Main menu.)
This option is used to enable or disable linked
provisioning. For DS3MX redundancy, both modules
must have the same provisioning. Linked provisioning                                   NOTE
automatically updates the standby MUX with any                      If either DS3MX has factory default settings
changes made to the online MUX, and vice versa. This                restored, it will subsequently be placed in the
keeps identical provisioning in both MUX modules at                 Out of Service, Unassigned state. That
all times. Linked provisioning can be enabled separately            DS3MX will then insert Idle code into the T3
on either DS3MX. Linked provisioning does not affect                data stream and AIS into the downstream
service state provisioning.                                         tributaries.

Line Code
This option is always set to B3ZS and cannot be
changed.

                                          Table 5. DS3MX Service States

  Service       Report     Report       Switch to         Allow Forced      Trib    Ntwrk     Allow   Allow     Allow
   State        Alarms     TL1 PM        Provide           Switch into      Data    Data      Dwnld   Prov      Maint
                            Data       Service Fault         DS3MX

 OOS, UAS          N          Y              N                  N           AIS     IDLE       Y         Y        Y

  OOS, M           N          Y              Y                  Y           Norm    Norm       Y         Y        Y

     IS            Y          Y              Y                  Y           Norm    Norm       N         N        N




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Restart MUX in Software Upgrade Menu                             • Online/Allow -Indicates the DS3MX is online and
This option is used to restart the MUX in a mode that              allowed to switch to standby DS3MX upon detec-
will enable a software upgrade to be performed.                    tion of fault condition.
                                                                 • Online/Inhibit - Indicates the DS3MX is online but
Status Menu                                                        inhibited from switching to standby DS3MX upon
This screen is read-only and provides status                       detection of fault condition.
information. The Status menu is shown in Figure 5. It
displays provisioning data as well as the current status
of loopback conditions, Automatic Protection                                               NOTE
Switching, and the DS3 transmit and DS3 receive status                If the module is in the online status but in the
for the DS3MX. Channel mapping configuration data is                  Out of Service, Unassigned state, it will not be
also displayed. The following descriptions do not                     providing service.
include those items that pertain to provisioning:

Active Loops                                                     • Offline/Allow - Indicates the DS3MX is offline. If
This field displays the status of any loopback                     the online DS3MX switches over per a fault condi-
conditions.                                                        tion, this DS3MX is allowed to switch back over to
                                                                   original online DS3MX upon a subsequent fault
APS Status                                                         condition.
This field gives the setting of the module for Automatic         • Offline/Inhibit - Indicates the DS3MX is offline. As
Protection Switching (APS) functioning. Briefly                    with the Offline/Allow status, the DS3MX can
described, the four settings are as follows:                       become the online DS3MX, but is inhibited from
                                                                   switching back again upon a subsequent fault
                                                                   condition.


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                                                   DS3-Mux Status

             Framing       :    C-BIT                 Line   Code :   B3ZS           BER Line: < 1E-8
             Line Build Out:    SHORT                 Ntwk   DS2-1:   NORMAL
             Clock Source :     LOOP                  Ntwk   DS2-2:   NORMAL
             Active Loops :     NONE                  Ntwk   DS2-3:   NORMAL
             APS Status    :    ONLINE/ALLOW          Ntwk   DS2-4:   NORMAL
             Service State :    OOS-M                 Ntwk   DS2-5:   NORMAL
             Tx Line Status:    NORMAL                Ntwk   DS2-6:   NORMAL
             Rx Line Status:    NORMAL                Ntwk   DS2-7:   NORMAL


              T2 E1 T1 ROUTE        T2 E1 T1 ROUTE             T2 E1 T1    ROUTE         T2 E1 T1   ROUTE
              -- -- 1 SLOT—1        -- -- 9 SLOT—9             -- -- 17    SLOT-17       -- -- 25   SLOT-25
                 -- 2 SLOT—2           -- 10 SLOT-10              -- 18    SLOT-18          -- 26   SLOT-26
                 -- 3 SLOT—3           -- 11 SLOT-11              -- 19    SLOT-19          -- 27   SLOT-27
                     4 SLOT—4             12 SLOT-12                 20    SLOT-20             28   SLOT-28
              -- -- 5 SLOT—5        -- -- 13 SLOT-13           -- -- 21    SLOT-21
                 -- 6 SLOT—6           -- 14 SLOT-14              -- 22    SLOT-22
                 -- 7 SLOT—7           -- 15 SLOT-15              -- 23    SLOT-23
                     8 SLOT—8             16 SLOT-16                 24    SLOT-24


                                            Figure 5. Status Screen




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Tx Line Status                                               DS2 Status
This option indicates status of DS3 transmit data            This field indicates the status of the specific DS2 within
stream. There are two transmit indicators:                   the DS3.
  • Normal - Data transmission is normal.                      • OOF (Out Of Frame) - Data being received from
  • TLOS - DS3 transmit signal failure.                          network within the specified DS2.
                                                               • AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) - Receiving AIS
Rx Line Status                                                   from network within the specified DS2.
This field indicates the status of DS3 receive data
stream. The receive indicators are as follows:               BER Line
                                                             This field indicates the Bit Error Rate (BER) based on
  • Normal - Data reception is normal from network.
                                                             T3 line performance monitoring parameters.
  • LOS (Loss Of Signal) - No data being received from
    network.                                                 Alarms Menu
  • OOF (Out Of Frame) - Data being received from            This screen displays currently active alarms for the
    network.                                                 DS3MX module. The date, time and a brief description
  • Idle - Receiving idle code from network.                 of the alarm is included. The alarm is displayed until the
                                                             condition is cleared. The Alarms menu is shown in
  • AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) - Receiving AIS
                                                             Figure 6.
    from network.
  • RAI (Remote Alarm Indication) - Receiving RAI
    from network.                                                                       NOTE
  • C-Bit to M13 - Framer (what the module expects to               This is not an alarm history log. All alarms are
    see) is in C-BIT mode and line (what the module is              logged into an alarm history buffer within the
    actually receiving) is in M13 mode.                             SCU.
  • M13 to C-Bit - Framer is in M13 mode and line is in
    C-BIT mode.
  • Low Signal Level - Rx DS3 signal level low.
  • Line Code - Line code is hard coded to B3ZS and
    cannot be changed.


             Shelf: 1 Slot: A                  Total Access System                        06/10/03 12:24
             Unacknowledged Alarms:              NONE

                                                   DS3-Mux Alarms

             Alarms 1 to 5 of 5,     Page 1 of 1

             Date      Time      Description                                         Level
             06/01/03 00:00:01 DS3, LOS                                              Critical
             06/01/03 00:00:01 DS3, OOF                                              Critical
             06/01/03 00:00:01 DS3, RED                                              Critical
             06/01/03 00:00:01 Low DS3 Rx Signal Level                               Critical
             06/01/03 00:00:06 Pair Mismatch, Slot(15)                               Major
             ------------------------------>>> END OF ALARMS <<<-----------------------------




                    (N) Next Page      (P) Previous Page       (F) First Page        (L) Last Page


                                             ‘?’ - System Help Screen


                                            Figure 6. Alarms Menu


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Test Menu                                                   DS1 Ntwk Loop
This menu is used to perform various loopback tests at      This test loops a DS1 tributary signal from the incoming
the DS3, DS2, and DS1 level. This option will be read-      DS3 back toward the network.
only as long as the module is In Service. The DS3MX
Test menu is shown in Figure 7. Although loopbacks          Remote DS3 Ntwk Loop
can be performed in both the Out of Service,                This test requests the far-end terminal to perform a DS3
Maintenance and Out of Service, Unassigned states, it is    network loopback.
recommended that loopbacks be performed in the Out
of Service, Maintenance state. The loopbacks are            Remote DS1 Ntwk Loop
explained in following subsections.                         This test requests the far-end terminal to perform a DS1
                                                            network loopback.
DS3 Ntwk Loop
This test loops the T3 data from the network back           Remove All Near End Loops
toward the network.                                         This test drops all active loopbacks within the DS3MX.

DS3 Local Loop
                                                                                    NOTE
This test loops the T3 muxed data from the access
modules back toward the access modules.                          The remote network loopbacks are available in
                                                                 C-Bit framing mode only.
DS2 Ntwk Loop
This test loops a DS2 tributary signal from the incoming
DS3 back toward the network.


             Shelf: 1 Slot: A                  Total Access System                    06/10/03 12:25
             Unacknowledged Alarms:              NONE

                                                  DS3-Mux Test

             1.   DS3   Ntwk Loop       5.   Remote DS3 Ntwk Loop
             2.   DS3   Local Loop      6.   Remote DS1 Ntwk Loop
             3.   DS2   Ntwk Loop       7.   Remove All Near End Loops
             4.   DS1   Ntwk Loop

             Selection:




             DS3              DS2           DS1
             +----------+     +--------+    +----------+ Framing :       C-BIT
             |>>>>>>>>>>|>>>>|>>>>>>>>|>>>>|>>>>>>>>>>| DS3 Ntwk :       NO LOOP
             |          |     |        |    |          | DS3 Local:      NO LOOP
             |<<<<<<<<<<|<<<<|<<<<<<<<|<<<<|<<<<<<<<<<| DS2 Ntwk :       NO LOOPS
             +----------+     +--------+    +----------+ DS1 Ntwk :      NO LOOPS
             Note:
             Remote loops not
             supported in M13            ‘?’ - System Help Screen


                                              Figure 7. Test Menu




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Performance Monitoring Menu                                    Far-End Qrtr-Hourly
This screen provides access to DS3 performance                 Performance monitoring statistics are provided in 15-
monitoring data only. The Performance Monitoring               minute intervals over a 24-hour period associated with
menu is shown in Figure 8. No DS1 data is available. A         the far end. As with the Qtr-Hourly, all 96 intervals will
brief description of the various options are explained in      be displayed upon selection of the particular statistic.
the following subsections.
                                                               Daily Threshold
                                                               This option provides daily alarm threshold levels for
                         NOTE                                  multiple performance monitoring statistics. If option 5
    Far-end performance monitoring is available                is selected, the threshold can be set to the desired level
    in C-Bit framing mode only.                                and an alarm enabled once that threshold is exceeded.

                                                               Far-End Daily Threshold
Daily                                                          This option provides daily alarm threshold levels for
This option provides daily counts of multiple                  multiple performance monitoring statistics associated
performance monitoring statistics.                             with the far end. If this option is selected, the threshold
                                                               level can be set and an alarm enabled which will be
Far-End Daily                                                  issued once the threshold is exceeded.
This option provides daily counts of multiple
performance monitoring statistics associated with the          Qrtr-Hourly Threshold
far end.                                                       This option provides performance monitoring threshold
                                                               levels for 15-minute intervals over a 24-hour period.
Qrtr-Hourly                                                    Thresholds and alarms can be set as with the Daily
Performance monitoring statistics are provided in 15-          Thresholds.
minute intervals over a 24-hour period. Please note that
selecting option 3 will then allow a statistic to be chosen    Far-End Qrtr-Hourly Threshold
for monitoring. A complete log of 15-minute intervals          This option provides performance monitoring threshold
for a 24-hour period (96 intervals) will then be               levels for 15-minute intervals over a 24-hour period
displayed for each statistic.                                  associated with the far end. Thresholds and alarms can
                                                               be set as with the Far-End Daily Thresholds.



              Shelf: 1 Slot: A                    Total Access System                     06/10/03 12:26
              Unacknowledged Alarms:                NONE


                                             DS3-Mux Performance Monitoring

                                             1.    Daily
                                             2.    Far-End Daily

                                             3.    Qrtr-Hourly
                                             4.    Far-End Qrtr-Hourly

                                             5.    Daily Threshold
                                             6.    Far-End Daily Threshold

                                             7.    Qrtr-Hourly Threshold
                                             8.    Far-End Qrtr-Hourly Threshold

                                             9.    Reset Performance Registers

                                             Selection:


                                               ‘?’ - System Help Screen

                                   Figure 8. Performance Monitoring Menu


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Reset Performance Registers                                     APS Lockout Status
This command resets performance registers to N/A (not           This status indicates whether module is allowed to
available), except for the current interval which is set to     switch to the offline DS3MX (ALLOWED) or prohibited
zero.                                                           from switching to the offline DS3MX (INHIBIT).

Protection Configuration Menu                                   Perform APS switch
This screen is used to perform a manual switch to the           This option is used to perform a manual switch to the
offline DS3MX. A manual switch overrides the APS                offline DS3MX.
INHIBIT status. The DS3MX Protection Configuration
menu is shown in Figure 9. A description of each status         BER Line Switch
follows:                                                        This status indicates whether a switch to the offline
                                                                DS3MX will be allowed once the BER threshold is
Operational Status                                              exceeded. The options include ALLOW or INHIBIT.
This status indicates whether module is ONLINE
(service provider) or OFFLINE.                                  BER Line Threshold
                                                                The BER threshold that, when exceeded, the system
                                                                will initiate a switch to the offline DS3MX.


              Shelf: 1 Slot: A                     Total Access System                    06/10/03 12:27
              Unacknowledged Alarms:                 NONE




                                              Protection Configuration

                                                   Operational Status       : ONLINE
                                            1.     APS Lockout Status       : ALLOW
                                            2.     Perform APS switch
                                            3.     BER Line Switch          : INHIBIT
                                            4.     BER Line Threshold       : > 1E-9

                                            Selection:




                                                 ‘?’ - System Help Screen

                                   Figure 9. Protection Configuration Menu




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Channel Mapping Menu                                         A. Toggle Chan/Slot Screen – This option is used to
This screen displays how the low-speed tributaries of           choose how to display the mapping. In slot mode,
the DS3 are mapped to the various slots. The Channel            routing is displayed with respect to the access slot
Mapping menu is shown in Figure 10.                             number. In channel mode, routing is displayed with
                                                                respect to channel number.
Mapping designates how the tributary channels of the
incoming DS3 are assigned to slots of the Total Access       B. Toggle Mapping Input Mode – This mode is used to
shelf. Any T1 or E1 channel can be mapped to any slot.          toggle between the three available modes of
T2 channels are restricted to the mappings listed in            mapping, T1, E1 or T2 mode. The user can
Table 6.                                                        determine which mode is engaged by noting the
                                                                prompt entitled Selection or Mapping
          Table 6. T2 Channel Mapping                           (?#/Slot#) near the bottom of the screen,
                                                                where “?” would be replaced with the appropriate
            T2                        Slot                      mapping mode of T1, E1 or T2. For example, when
             1                          4                       in E1 mode, the prompt would be displayed as
                                                                Selection or Mapping (E1#/Slot#).
             2                          8                       E1s can now be mapped from the DS3 to the
             3                         12
                                                                desired slots. The same is true of T1 and T2 modes.

             4                         16
                                                                                  WARNING
             5                         20
                                                                 In order for T2 Channel Mappings to operate
             6                         24                        properly, the DS3 data stream MUST be
                                                                 configured for M13 framing. The C-Bit
             7                         28                        framing format’s lack of a DS2-level bit
                                                                 stuffing mechanism precludes the use of T2
Options A through D are only available when the                  tributaries in that mode of operation. Failure to
DS3MX is in the Out of Service, Maintenance or Out of            configure the DS3MX in this manner will
Service, Unassigned state. Only option (A) will be               result in continuous bit errors.
available when the DS3MX is In Service.




             Shelf: 1 Slot: A                  Total Access System                     06/10/03 12:29
             Unacknowledged Alarms:              NONE

                                            DS3-Mux Channel Mapping

              T2 E1 T1 ROUTE       T2 E1 T1 ROUTE           T2 E1 T1    ROUTE      T2 E1 T1   ROUTE
              -- -- 1 SLOT—1:      -- -- 9 SLOT—9           -- -- 17    SLOT-17    -- -- 25   SLOT-25
                 -- 2 SLOT—2          -- 10 SLOT-10            -- 18    SLOT-18       -- 26   SLOT-26
                 -- 3 SLOT—3          -- 11 SLOT-11            -- 19    SLOT-19       -- 27   SLOT-27
                     4 SLOT—4            12 SLOT-12               20    SLOT-20          28   SLOT-28
              -- -- 5 SLOT—5       -- -- 13 SLOT-13         -- -- 21    SLOT-21
                 -- 6 SLOT—6          -- 14 SLOT-14            -- 22    SLOT-22
                 -- 7 SLOT—7          -- 15 SLOT-15            -- 23    SLOT-23     *Remove a mapping
                     8 SLOT—8            16 SLOT-16               24    SLOT-24      using 0 as slot#


                      (A) Toggle Chan/Slot Screen.          (C) Remove all mappings.
                      (B) Toggle Mapping Input Mode.        (D) 1-to-1 T1/Slot mappings


                                  Selection or Mapping (T1#/Slot#):




                                Figure 10. DS3MX Channel Mapping Menu


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                          NOTE                                                           NOTE
     The DS3MX does not allow mixing of E1 and                       Select the Logoff option to exit menu operation.
     T1 usage within the bandwidth of the same T2.

                                                                Navigating the Menu Tree Using the FCD
C. Remove all mappings – This option removes all
                                                                The DS3MX only supports T3 line status for both the
   mappings and interrupts service from the DS3MX
                                                                Tx and Rx directions. The different status for each
   to the access slots.
                                                                direction can be found under the Status Menu on
D. 1-to-1 T1/E1/T2 /Slot mappings – Reverts the                 page 10.
   mapping in a particular mode (T2, E1, T1) back to
   a 1-to-1 configuration.                                      6. MAINTENANCE
                                                                The DS3MX requires no routine maintenance for
5. FCD OPERATION                                                normal operation.
The SCU Four Character Display (FCD) operation is
described in the following subsection.                          ADTRAN does not recommend that repairs be
                                                                attempted in the field. Repair services may be obtained
Login Via the FCD                                               by returning the defective module to ADTRAN. Refer
The Total Access system has a password protection               to the Warranty and Customer Service section for
feature which is used to logon to the system through the        further information.
front panel of the SCU. The password protection is a 4-
digit numerical password with a valid range from 0000           7. SPECIFICATIONS
to 9999. The factory default password is “0000” and can         Specifications for the Total Access 3000/3010 DS3MX
be provisioned only from the VT100 menus.                       are detailed in Table 7.

To logon from the SHELF STAT menu, perform the
following steps:
 1. Toggle the switch to either SELECT or MODE.
    The FCD will briefly display Log In followed by
    0000.


                          NOTE
     The first digit will be flashing, indicating that a
     different digit can be entered.


 2. Enter a new digit or scroll to the next digit in the
    password.
 3. Toggle the switch to MODE until the appropriate
    digit is found, or toggle the switch to SELECT for
    the next digit.
When the last digit has been selected, the SCU will
compare the entered password to that stored in memory
and apply the following conditions:
  • If the password is incorrect, the message ERR is
    briefly displayed and the main SHELF STAT menu
    will be restored.
  • If the password is correct the main SHELF STAT
    menu will immediately be displayed and is used
    navigate through the normal SCU menus.


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                                        Table 7. DS3MX Specifications

                                                     Standards

                                          T1.102, T1.107, T1.231, ITU G.747

                                                          Power

                                              Total Power     –48 VDC @ 100 mA

                                       Power Dissipation:     4.8 watts

                                                   Fusing     1.00 A (not field replaceable)

                                                   Environment

                                   Temperature: Operating     –40°C to +65°C
                                                 Storage      –40°C to +85°C

                                                         Physical

                                              Dimensions      5.2” x 9.7” x 1.00”
                                                 Weight       < 1 lb.

                                                    Compliance

                                     Agency Approvals:        NEBS Level III
                                                              GR-1089-CORE
                                                              UL60950
                                                   Part Number

                          Total Access 3000/3010 DS3MX        1181020L3




8. WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE                              ADTRAN Sales
ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within the         Pricing/Availability:
warranty period if it does not meet its published             800-827-0807
specifications or fails while in service. Warranty
information can be found at www.adtran.com/warranty.          ADTRAN Technical Support
                                                              Pre-Sales Applications/Post-Sales Technical
U.S. and Canada customers can also receive a copy of
                                                              Assistance:
the warranty via ADTRAN’s toll-free faxback server at
877-457-5007.                                                 800-726-8663
  • Request Document 414 for the U.S. and Canada              Standard hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST
    Carrier Networks Equipment Warranty.                      Emergency hours: 7 days/week, 24 hours/day
  • Request Document 901 for the U.S. and Canada
    Enterprise Networks Equipment Warranty.                   ADTRAN Repair/CAPS
                                                              Return for Repair/Upgrade:
Refer to the following subsections for sales, support,        (256) 963-8722
CAPS requests, or further information.
                                                              Repair and Return Address
                                                              Contact Customer and Product Service (CAPS) prior to
                                                              returning equipment to ADTRAN.
                                                              ADTRAN, Inc.
                                                              CAPS Department
                                                              901 Explorer Boulevard
                                                              Huntsville, Alabama 35806-2807


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