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ZXMW PR10 S400&S500

Digital Microwave System

Configuration Guide
Version 2.01

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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R1.0

20100630

First edition

R1.1

20100830

Updated

R1.2

20101011

Updated

Serial Number: SJ-20100705104232-005

Contents

About This Manual............................................. I


Configuration Preparation .................................1
Preparing Documents ...................................................... 1
Preparing Tool and Software............................................. 1
Checking Configuration Conditions .................................... 2

Data Planning....................................................3
Networking Information................................................... 3
NE Properties ................................................................. 4
Protection Property ......................................................... 5
IDU Information ............................................................. 5
ODU Information ............................................................ 5
IP Address Planning ........................................................ 5

Basic Data Configuration ...................................7


Logging in to Web CIT ..................................................... 7
Obtaining IP Address of IDU......................................... 9
Logging in to Configuration Interface............................13
Configuring Protection Type ............................................15
Configuring E1 Capability................................................17
Configuring Modulation Mode ..........................................18
Configuring System Bandwidth ........................................20
Configuring ODU Frequency ............................................22
Performing ODU Frequency Scanning ...............................24
Configuring Transmitting Power of ODU ............................28
Equipment IP Address Configuration.................................31
Configuring Q Interface ..............................................31
Configuring R Interface ..............................................32
Configuring Static Routing ..........................................33
Configuring Dynamic Routing ......................................35
Configuring SNMP Manager .............................................36
Configuring Trap Address ................................................37
Setting NE Time ............................................................39

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Controlling QoS Ethernet Flow Rate..................................41


Configuring Switch Level ................................................46
Upgrading System .........................................................47
Checking Transceiving End Switch Log ..............................49

Service Configuration ...................................... 53


Configuring Main Service ................................................53
TDM Service .............................................................53
Configuring E1 Service.......................................53
ETH Service ..............................................................54
Configuring VLAN Service...................................54
Configuring Address Aging Mode .........................57
Configuring Port Mirror Function..........................58
Configuring External Alarm Function.................................59

Configuration Check ........................................ 63


Checking NE Configuration..............................................63
Checking System Availability ...........................................64
Checking Radio Port .......................................................64
Checking Trasceiving Power ............................................66
Checking Ethernet Transceiver Packages ...........................68

Figures ............................................................ 71
Tables ............................................................. 75
Glossary .......................................................... 77

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Purpose
Intended
Audience
What Is in This
Manual

This manual introduces the configuration procedure and detail


steps of ZXMW S400&S500.

Configuration Engineer

Commissioning Engineer

This manual contains the following chapters.


Section

Summary

Chapter 1 Configuration
Preparations

Introduces preparations before


S400&S500 configuration.

Chapter 2 Data Planning

Introduces the planning data in


the following chapters.

Chapter 3 Basic Data


Configuration

Introduces the procedure of basic


data configuration.

Chapter 4 Service Configuration

Introduces the procedure of


service configuration.

Chapter 5 Configuration
Inspection

Introduces the items of


configuration inspection.

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Chapter

Configuration
Preparation
Table of Contents
Preparing Documents .......................................................... 1
Preparing Tool and Software................................................. 1
Checking Configuration Conditions ........................................ 2

Preparing Documents
The following documents should be prepared.

** Network Planning Proposal

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Preparing Tool and Software


Prepare a computer that meets the following configuration requirement.

CPU: Pentium 133 MHz or higher configuration

Memory: 128 MB (256 MB or above is recommended)

Hard disk: 20 MB or more disk space

Display resolution: 800 600 (1024 768 is recommended)

Network adapter: 10BASE-T interface

Operating system:

Microsoft Windows 98 or subsequent releases

Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or subsequent


releases

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Checking Configuration
Conditions
Before performing data configuration, check whether the following
conditions are satisfied.

The NE equipment is powered on correctly.

The communication on links among NE equipments is normal.

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Chapter

Data Planning
Table of Contents
Networking Information.......................................................
NE Properties .....................................................................
Protection Property .............................................................
IDU Information .................................................................
ODU Information ................................................................
IP Address Planning ............................................................

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4
5
5
5
5

Networking Information
Connection
between the
second-level
equipments with
one jump

The following should be noted


1. There is only one IP address of Q port, not R port.
2. The IP address of Q port of two equipments should be set in
same network area.
FIGURE 1 CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SECOND-LEVEL EQUIPMENTS WITH
ONE JUMP

Connection
between the
second-level
equipments with
multi-jumps

The following should be noted


1. The multi-jump equipments should expands by the IP address
of Q port
2. The IP address of Q port of every equipments should be set in
same network area.
3. It should be sure that there is no ring in the network.

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FIGURE 2 CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SECOND-LEVEL EQUIPMENTS WITH


MULTI-JUMPS

Connection
between the
second-level
equipment and
the third-level
equipment

The following should be noted


1. If you want to connect the second level equipment with the
third level equipment, the only port that you can use is Q port.
2. The IP address of Q port of two IDUs in the third-level equipments should be set in different network area.
3. If the second-level equipment connect the third-level equipment with the Q port, the IP address of Q ports should be set
in same network area.
4. The default gateway should be configured in the second-level
equipment.
FIGURE 3 CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SECOND LEVEL EQUIPMENT AND THE
THIRD LEVEL EQUIPMENT

NE Properties
TABLE 1 NE PROPERTIES

Item

Property

Equipment model

S400

Name

10.61.120.249

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Item

Property

location

shanghai

Contact information

ZTE

Protection Property
TABLE 2 PROTECTION PROPERTY
Parameter

Value

Protection Property

No protection

IDU Information
TABLE 3 IDU PROPERTIES
Parameter

Value

Configuration mode

8 E1+ETH (16 E1s at most)

Modulation mode

16QAM

Bandwidth

28 MHz

ODU Information
TABLE 4 ODU PROPERTIES
Parameter

Value

Transmitting frequency

21910 MHz

Receiving frequency

23142 MHz

Transmitting Power

10 dBm

IP Address Planning
TABLE 5 IP ADDRESS PLANNING
IDU

Item

IP Address

IDU2

IP address of local NE
(Address of Q interface)

10.61.120.249/255.255.252.0

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IDU

IDU1

Item

IP Address

Radio IP address of
local NE (Address of R
interface)

10.61.120.250/255.255.252.0

IP address of remote NE
(Address of Q interface)

10.61.100.249/255.255.252.0

Radio IP address of
remote NE (Address of R
interface)

10.61.100.250/255.255.252.0

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Chapter

Basic Data Configuration


Table of Contents
Logging in to Web CIT ......................................................... 7
Configuring Protection Type ................................................15
Configuring E1 Capability....................................................17
Configuring Modulation Mode ..............................................18
Configuring System Bandwidth ............................................20
Configuring ODU Frequency ................................................22
Performing ODU Frequency Scanning ...................................24
Configuring Transmitting Power of ODU ................................28
Equipment IP Address Configuration.....................................31
Configuring SNMP Manager .................................................36
Configuring Trap Address ....................................................37
Setting NE Time ................................................................39
Controlling QoS Ethernet Flow Rate......................................41
Configuring Switch Level ....................................................46
Upgrading System .............................................................47
Checking Transceiving End Switch Log ..................................49

Logging in to Web CIT


If the IP address of the destination IDU is known, input the IP
address in the address bar of Internet Explorer and press Enter key
to access the login page of Web CIT system, as shown in Figure 4.

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FIGURE 4 LOGIN INTERFACE OF WEB CIT

Type user name and password and click the LOGON button to
access the Web CIT system, as shown in Figure 5.

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FIGURE 5 MAIN INTERFACE OF WEB CIT

If the IP address of the destination IDU is unknown, obtain the IP


address first.

Obtaining IP Address of IDU


Prerequisites

The PC is connected with the destination IDU with a straight Ethernet cable.

Context

The DHCP service is enabled for IDU upon delivery, and user can
obtain the IP address of IDU with that feature.

Steps

1. Right-click the My Network Places icon on the desktop, and


click Properties from the pop-up menu.

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FIGURE 6 SELECTING PROPERTIES

2. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) in the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.
FIGURE 7 SELECTING INTERNET PROTOCOL (TCP/IP)

3. Click the Properties button to open the Internet Protocol


(TCP/IP) Properties dialog box. Check the radio button Obtain an IP address automatically.

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FIGURE 8 SETTING AUTOMATICALLY OBTAINING IP ADDRESS

4. Click the OK button to exit the property setting and return to


the desktop.
5. Type cmd in the Run dialog box, and click the OK button.
FIGURE 9 INPUTTING CMD

6. Type ipconfig /renew in the command line window.

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FIGURE 10 INPUTTING IPCONFIG /RENEW

This command is used to obtain a new IP address for the PC


from DHCP server.
7. Press Enter key. The command line window displays the
prompt of success, which indicates that the PC has obtained
an IP address from the destination IDU as well as the authority
of accessing the IDU.
FIGURE 11 OBTAINING IP ADDRESS OF PC

8. Type ipconfig /all and press Enter key. The command line
window displays the IP address of the destination IDU, as
shown in Figure 12.

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FIGURE 12 OBTAINING IP ADDRESS OF IDU

9. Type the IP address of the IDU in the address bar of Internet


Explorer and press Enter key. The logon page of the Web CIT
system appears.
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Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Type user name and password and click the LOGON button to log
in to the Web CIT system.

Logging in to Configuration Interface


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

The configuration module is an important functional module of Web


CIT, providing configuration and control functions. It acts as the
core of the whole network management system. The proper working and normal communication of the microwave equipment depends on the correct configuration of parameters of this module.

Steps

1. After logging in to the main interface of Web CIT, click Configuration in the left menu bar to expand submenus, as shown
in Figure 13.

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FIGURE 13 MAIN INTERFACE OF WEB CIT

2. Select relevant node in the submenus of configuration management to configure parameters.


Figure 14 shows the expanded submenus of configuration management.

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FIGURE 14 CONFIGURATION MENU TREE

END

OF STEPS

Configuring Protection Type


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

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Context

S400: Supports no-protection configuration.


S500: Supports no-protection configuration and 1+1 protection
configuration (hot backup, space diversity).

Steps

1. Click Configuration > System > Protection in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 15.
FIGURE 15 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > SYSTEM > PROTECTION

2. Select the protection type from the Protection Type dropdown list box on the right part of the configuration interface,
as shown in Figure 16.
FIGURE 16 SELECTING PROTECTION TYPE

For S400, select Unprotected from the drop-down list box.

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3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.


END

OF STEPS

Configuring E1 Capability
Prerequisites
Context

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


S400: S400 can be configured with 2 E1, 4 E1, 8 E1 or 16
E1.
S500: S500 can be configured with 2 E1, 4 E1, 8 E1 or 16
E1. If S500 with E1TU, it can be configured with 32 E1.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > System > System in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 17.
FIGURE 17 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > SYSTEM > SYSTEM

2. Select the number of E1s to be used from the E1 Used Capability drop-down list box on the right part of the configuration
interface, as shown in Figure 18.

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FIGURE 18 SELECTING E1 NUMBER

In this example, select 8E1.


3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.
END

OF STEPS

Configuring Modulation
Mode
Prerequisites
Context

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


The system modulation mode is related to the maximum service
capacity and the system bandwidth.

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Modulation
Mode

QPSK

16QAM

Steps

Bandwidth

Service Capacity
Maximum
TDM

Maximum
Ethernet

7 MHz

4 E1

10 Mbps

14 MHz

8 E1

20 Mbps

28 MHz

16 E1

40 Mbps

7 MHz

8 E1

20 Mbps

14 MHz

16 E1

40 Mbps

28 MHz

16 E1 (S500:
32E1)

40 Mbps (S500:
75 Mbps)

1. Click Configuration > System > System in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 19.
FIGURE 19 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > SYSTEM > SYSTEM

2. Select the modulation mode from the Nominal Modulation


Type drop-down list box on the right part of the configuration
interface, as shown in Figure 20.

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FIGURE 20 CONFIGURING MODULATION/DEMODULATION MODE

In this example, select 16QAM.


3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.
END

OF STEPS

Configuring System
Bandwidth
Prerequisites

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

The system bandwidth is related to the maximum service capacity


and the system modulation mode. For details, refer to Configuring
Modulation Mode.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > System > System in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 21.

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FIGURE 21 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > SYSTEM > SYSTEM

2. Select the bandwidth from the Band Width drop-down list box
on the right part of the configuration interface, as shown in
Figure 22.

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FIGURE 22 CONFIGURING SYSTEM BANDWIDTH

In this example, select 28000kHz.


3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.
END

OF STEPS

Configuring ODU Frequency


Prerequisites
Context

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


The frequency band and frequency transceiving spacing of ODU
are listed as follows.
Frequency Band

Frequency Transceiving
Spacing (MHz)

7 GHz

154, 161, 168, 196, 245

8 GHz

119, 126, 266, 310, 311.32

11 GHz

490, 500, 530

13 GHz

266

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Steps

Frequency Band

Frequency Transceiving
Spacing (MHz)

15 GHz

315, 420, 490, 728

18 GHz

1008, 1010, 1560

23 GHz

1008, 1200, 1232

26 GHz

1008

38 GHz

1260

1. Click Configuration > ODU > Frequency in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 23.
FIGURE 23 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > ODU > FREQUENCY

2. Click the text box corresponding to TX Frequency (kHz) on


the right part of the configuration interface, and input the
transmitting frequency of ODU, as shown in Figure 24.

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FIGURE 24 CONFIGURING TRANSMITTING FREQUENCY

3. Click the Apply button to complete the transmitting frequency


configuration.
END

OF STEPS

Performing ODU Frequency


Scanning
Prerequisites

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

This function is designed for technical personnel to implement site


commissioning. It is used to scan frequency bands that do not
conflict with existing signal. The frequency scanning range is between 0 and the maximum frequency, and the scanning step is
integral times of ODU step. To avoid the scanning time to become
too long, the scan number is not more than 500.

Steps

1. In the left menu, click Maintenance > System > Scan Frequency to set the start scanning frequency, the end scanning
frequency, and the scanning step, and click Apply, as shown
in Figure 25.

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FIGURE 25 SETTING FREQUENCY SCANNING

2. Click RUN to start frequency scanning, and the system


prompts the scanning time. Click OK, as shown in Figure 26.

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FIGURE 26 STARTING FREQUENCY SCANNING

3. The system automatically refreshes the interface, and the frequency scanning result is displayed in the result list in the sequence from the strongest signal to the weakest signal, as
shown in Figure 27. Frequency scanning can be stopped by
clicking STOP.

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FIGURE 27 FREQUENCY SCANNING RUNNING

4. After the frequency scanning is completed, the scanning result


is displayed in the result list in the sequence from the strongest
signal to the weakest signal, as shown in Figure 28.

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FIGURE 28 FREQUENCY SCANNING COMPLETED

END

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Configuring Transmitting
Power of ODU
Prerequisites
Steps

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


1. Click Configuration > ODU > TPC in the left menu bar, as
shown in Figure 29.

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FIGURE 29 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > ODU > TPC

2. Select Manual from the TPC Mode drop-down list box on the
right part of the configuration interface.
3. Select transmitting power of ODU from the drop-down list box
of Tx Power (dBm) on the right part of the configuration interface, as shown in Figure 30.

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FIGURE 30 CONFIGURING TRANSMITTING POWER OF ODU

In this example, select 10.

Note:
For S400, if you want to modify Tx Power, Tx Status must be
Unmute.
For S500 without 1+1 protection, if you want to modify Tx
Power, Tx Status must be Unmute.
For S500 with 1+1 protection, if you want to modify Tx Power
of one ODU, you should change Tx Power of both ODU same
time.
4. Click the Apply button to complete the transmitting power configuration.
END

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Equipment IP Address
Configuration
Configuring Q Interface
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

Each IDU has two IP addresses in the same network segment, corresponding to Q interface (i.e. network interface) and R interface
(i.e. radio interface) respectively.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > TCP/IP Config > Q Interface in the


left menu bar, as shown in Figure 31.
FIGURE 31 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > TCP/IP CONFIG > Q
INTERFACE

2. On the right part of the configuration interface, click the IP


Address and IP Mask text boxes, and input an IP address
and subnet mask respectively, as shown in Figure 32.

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FIGURE 32 CONFIGURING IP ADDRESS OF Q INTERFACE

3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration of Q interface.


END

OF STEPS

Configuring R Interface
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

Each IDU has two IP addresses in the same network segment, corresponding to Q interface (i.e. network interface) and R interface
(i.e. radio interface) respectively.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > TCP/IP Config > Radio Interface in


the left menu bar, as shown in Figure 33.
FIGURE 33 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > TCP/IP CONFIG > RADIO
INTERFACE

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2. On the right part of the configuration interface, click the Radio


IP Address and Radio IP Mask text boxes, and input an IP
address and subnet mask respectively, as shown in Figure 34.
FIGURE 34 CONFIGURING IP ADDRESS OF R INTERFACE

3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration of R interface.


END

OF STEPS

Configuring Static Routing


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

By configuring static routing, user can manually specify a path


through which one can access a network. Static routing is comparatively simple, and is often used when there is only a unique
path through which user can access a network.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > IP Routing > Static Routing in the


left menu bar, as shown in Figure 35.

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FIGURE 35 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > IP ROUTING > STATIC


ROUTING

2. On the right part of the configuration interface, input the destination IP address, subnet mask and gateway in corresponding
text boxes in Destination, Mask and Gateway, as shown in
Figure 36.
FIGURE 36 CONFIGURING STATIC ROUTING

Destination usually refers to the Ethernet IP address of the


remote NE.
Gateway refers to the gateway interface through which to approach the destination IP address.

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3. Tick corresponding check box in the Enabled column, and click


the Apply button to complete the configuration of static routing.
END

OF STEPS

Configuring Dynamic Routing


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

User can enable the dynamic routing function of the equipment,


which is often used on site.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > IP Routing > OSPF in the left menu


bar, as shown in Figure 37.
FIGURE 37 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > IP ROUTING > OSPF

2. Tick the Enabled check box in the OSPF area on the right part
of the configuration interface.
3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration of dynamic routing.
END

OF STEPS

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Configuring SNMP Manager


Prerequisites
Context

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


Before using a centralized network management system to connect the SNMP Agent of the target equipment, the IP address of
the PC where the network management system is installed must be
registered in the SNMP manager. At most 10 centralized network
management systems can be connected to a target equipment.
The PC registered in the SNMP manager can not only manage the
target equipment through SNMP but also receive the Trap message
actively reported by the target equipment.

Steps

1. Click Security > SNMP Manager in the left menu bar, as


shown in Figure 38.
FIGURE 38 SELECTING SECURITY > SNMP MANAGER

2. In the SNMP manager area on the right part of the configuration interface, click a text box in the IP Address column and
input the IP address, as shown in Figure 39.

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FIGURE 39 CONFIGURING SNMP MANAGER

3. Tick the corresponding check box in the Enabled column, and


click the Apply button to complete the configuration of SNMP
manager.
END

OF STEPS

Configuring Trap Address


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

If a PC is registered in the Trap configuration page, the PC can


receive the Trap message actively reported by the destination
equipment. The configuration of SNMP management determines
wheather the PC can connect SNMP Agent through SNMP for
equipment management.

Steps

1. Click Security > Trap Destinations in the left menu bar, as


shown in Figure 40.

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FIGURE 40 SECURITY > TRAP DESTINATIONS

2. On the right part of the configuration interface, click a text box


in the IP Address column and input the IP address, as shown
in Figure 41.

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FIGURE 41 CONFIGURING TRAP ADDRESS

In this example, input 10.61.100.254 and 10.61.100.50.


If a PC with the IP address of 10.61.100.254 or 10.61.100.50
needs to use a centralized network management system to
receive the Trap message actively reported by the destination
equipment, its name and IP address should be registered in IP
Address. User can randomly set the PC name.
3. Tick corresponding check box in the Enabled column, and click
the Apply button to complete the configuration of Trap address.
END

OF STEPS

Setting NE Time
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

To set the correct time and time zone for an NE, perform the following steps.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > System > Time Management in the


left menu bar, as shown in Figure 42.

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FIGURE 42 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > SYSTEM > TIME MANAGEMENT

2. In the Time Management area on the right side of the window, click the SysTime text box and modify the NE's time, as
shown in Figure 43.
FIGURE 43 SETTING NE TIME

3. Click the Apply button to complete the time configuration.


4. In the Time Zone Management area on the right side of the
window, click the Time Zone drop-down list box and select the
correct time zone where the NE is located, as shown in Figure
44.

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FIGURE 44 SETTING TIME ZONE

5. Click the Apply button to complete the time zone configuration.


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Controlling QoS Ethernet


Flow Rate
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

QoS can be implemented by controlling Ethernet flow rate. Usually,


the QoS function is performed together with the VLAN function.

Steps

1. In the left menu, click Configuration > Ethernet > QoS to


set QoS. Check Flow Control Enabled to enable the Ethernet
flow rate control function, as shown in Figure 45.

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FIGURE 45 CONTROLLING QOS ETHERNET FLOW RATE

2. Select the priority protocol in the interface on the right. There


are four types of priority protocols: No Priority, DSCP,
802.1p, and Port Base, as shown in Figure 46.

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FIGURE 46 SELECTING PRIORITY PROTOCOL

3. Select the priority scheme in the interface on the right,


as shown in Figure 47. There are four types of priority
schemes: High Priority, High:Low 10:1, High:Low 5:1,
and High:Low 2:1. Data packets are transmitted on high-rate
data channel and low-rate data channel. High:Low 10:1
means that for every 10 data packets transmitted on the
high-rate data channel, one data packet is transmitted on the
low-rate data channel.

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FIGURE 47 SELECTING PRIORITY SCHEME

4. When the priority scheme is 802.1p, user can set the 802.1pbased priority, as shown in Figure 48.

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FIGURE 48 802.1P-BASED PRIORITY

5. When the priority scheme is DSCP, user can set the DSCP priority, as shown in Figure 49.

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FIGURE 49 SETTING DSCP PRIORITY

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Configuring Switch Level


Prerequisites
Context

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


Switch level specifies in which layer the network management information is exchanged. There are two choices for switch level
configuration: Mode 2(L3) and Mode 1(L2).

Note:
To implement handover between different switch level, IDU must
be rebooted. For both Mode 2(L3) and Mode 1(L2), the IP address of the PC where user performs management operations and
IP address of the directly connected IDU must be in the same network segment. For Mode 2(L3), the two IDUs of the two one-hop
equipments must be in different network segments respectively.
Steps

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1. In the left menu, click Configuration > Switch Level >


Switch Level to select the switch level, and click Apply, as
shown in Figure 50.

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FIGURE 50 SELECTING SWITCH LEVEL

2. Reboot IDU and log in the Web CIT system again. After doing
that, the switch level configuration takes effect.
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Upgrading System
Prerequisites
Steps

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


1. In the left menu, click Maintenance > System > System
Software, and click Apply, as shown in Figure 51.

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FIGURE 51 UPGRADING SYSTEM SOFTWARE

2. The system software is downloaded automatically, as shown in


Figure 52. After the system software is downloaded successfully, restart the system.

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FIGURE 52 DOWNLOADING SYSTEM SOFTWARE

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Checking Transceiving End


Switch Log
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

This task is performed to query the switch log at the transceiving


end.

Steps

1. Click Performance > Switch Log > Tx Switch Log, and the
switch log at the transceiving end is displayed on the right, as
shown in Figure 53.

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FIGURE 53 CHECKING SWITCH LOG AT TRANSCEIVING END

2. Click Reset, and the switch log will be cleared, as shown in


Figure 54.

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FIGURE 54 CLEARING LOG

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Service Configuration
Table of Contents
Configuring Main Service ....................................................53
Configuring External Alarm Function ....................................59

Configuring Main Service


TDM Service
Configuring E1 Service
Prerequisites
Context
Steps

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


To enable the E1 service, perform the following steps.
1. Click Configuration > MUX Interface > Tributary in the left
menu bar, as shown in Figure 55.
FIGURE 55 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > MUX INTERFACE >
TRIBUTARY

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2. On the right part of the configuration interface, tick the check


box(es) corresponding to the E1 port(s) to be enabled, as
shown in Figure 56.
FIGURE 56 CONFIGURING E1 SERVICE

3. Click the Apply button to complete the E1 service configuration.


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ETH Service
Configuring VLAN Service
Prerequisites

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Context

VLAN is short for Virtual Local Area Network. The VLAN involved in
this configuration operation is a port-based VLAN. Only the ports
assigned with the same VLAN ID can communicate with each other.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > Ethernet > VLAN in the left menu bar,
as shown in Figure 57.

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FIGURE 57 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > ETHERNET > VLAN

2. In the VLAN configuration interface, tick the Enabled check


box, select the port type from the Port Type drop-down list
box, as shown in Figure 58.
FIGURE 58 CONFIGURING PORT TYPE

The port type determines whether the corresponding Ethernet


port accepts VLAN tag. Usually, Access is selected when the
port is connected to a terminal such as a PC. Tag Aware is
selected when the port is used for network interconnection,
such as connecting a router.
3. On the right part of the configuration interface, click Modify,
as shown in Figure 59.

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FIGURE 59 MODIFYING VLAN PORT CONFIGURATION

4. The Modify VLAN interface appears, as shown in Figure 60.


Modify the VLAN ID and VLAN port as required.
FIGURE 60 MODIFYING VLAN ID AND VLAN PORT

In this example, set VLAN ID as 2, and set VLAN Port as


Port 1.
5. Tick the VLAN Enabled check box and click the Apply button
to complete the configuration of VLAN ID and VLAN port.
6. On the right part of the configuration interface, modify other
items to be modified and enable the modification. Click the
Apply button to complete the VLAN service configuration, as
shown in Figure 61.

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FIGURE 61 ENABLING VLAN MODIFICATION

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Configuring Address Aging Mode


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

The switch has the function of automatically learning addresses.


The transmitted destination addresses and the source addresses
of received frames are saved in the address table. If an address
learned previously has no longer been obtained from the network
within the maximum aging time, this address will be deleted from
the address table of the switch. This operation is called address aging. Address aging can release space for newly-learned addresses.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > Ethernet > Port in the left menu bar,
as shown in Figure 62.
FIGURE 62 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > ETHERNET > PORT

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2. In the MAC Address Aging area, select the aging mode from
the Aging Mode drop-down list box, as shown in Figure 63.
FIGURE 63 CONFIGURING ADDRESS AGING MODE

In this example, select Normal Aging.


3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration of address
aging mode.
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Configuring Port Mirror Function


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

The port mirror function allows user to set a port as the mirror
port, and all data frames flowing through one or several specified
ports can be duplicated to this mirror port for monitoring.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > Ethernet > Port Mirror in the left


menu bar, as shown in Figure 64.
FIGURE 64 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > ETHERNET > PORT MIRROR

2. On the right part of the configuration interface, select the receiving port, transmitting port and sniffer port from Rx Port,
Tx Port and Sniffer Port drop-down list boxes respectively,
as shown in Figure 65.

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FIGURE 65 CONFIGURING PORT MIRROR

In this example, select Port 1 from Rx Port drop-down list


box, select Port 2 from Tx Port drop-down list box, and select
Port 3 from Sniffer Port drop-down list box.
With this configuration, the data transmitted from port 2 to
port 1 is duplicated to port 3.
3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration of port
mirror function.
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Configuring External Alarm


Function
Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

User can configure the EDI In/Out function, that is, configuring
external alarm input/output.

Steps

1. Click Configuration > Controls > EDI In/Out in the left


menu bar, as shown in Figure 66.

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FIGURE 66 SELECTING CONFIGURATION > CONTROLS > EDI IN/OUT

2. In the configuration interface of EDI In, select the alarm severity level from the Alarm Level drop-down list box, and select
the active status from the Active Status drop-down list box,
as shown in Figure 67 and Figure 68.
FIGURE 67 SETTING EDI INPUT 1

FIGURE 68 SETTING EDI INPUT 2

When Line Status is consistent with Active Status, the corresponding external alarm will be reported. User can set the
alarm description and alarm severity level.
3. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.
4. In the configuration interface of EDI Out, select the alarm
mapping mode from the Mapping Alarm drop-down list box,

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and select the manual control mode from the Manual Control
drop-down list box, as shown in Figure 69 and Figure 70.
FIGURE 69 SETTING EDI OUTPUT 1

FIGURE 70 SETTING EDI OUTPUT 2

If Mapping Alarm is set as NoAlarm, user can manually set


the line status as De-energized or Energized. If an alarm type
is selected from the Mapping Alarm drop-down list box and
the corresponding alarm occurs at the equipment, the line status will change correspondingly from De-energized to Energized or from Energized to De-energized.
5. Click the Apply button to complete the configuration.
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Configuration Check
Table of
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Contents
NE Configuration..................................................63
System Availability ...............................................64
Radio Port ...........................................................64
Trasceiving Power ................................................66
Ethernet Transceiver Packages ...............................68

Checking NE Configuration
Prerequisites
Context

Steps

The system configuration is completed through Web CIT.


The checking items include: system status, protection mode, software version, TCP/IP configuration, ODU and power control configuration.
1. Check the system status.
Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > System, and check
the name, location, contact information, system time, E1 used
capacity, bandwidth and modulation mode.
2. Check the protection mode.
Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > Protection, and
check the protection type and protection mode.
3. Check the software version.
Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > Software, and check
the software version.
4. Check TCP/IP configuration.
Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > TCP/IP, and check
NE IP address/mask, radio IP address/mask and remote NE IP
address.
5. Check the ODU status.
Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > ODU, and check the
receiving/transmitting frequency, the receiving/transmitting
power and the transmitting frequency step.
6. Check the system power control.

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Choose Quick Setup > Quick Config > TPC, and check the
power control mode, maximum ATPC transmitting power, ATPC
lower threshold, higher ATPC threshold.
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Checking System Availability


Prerequisites

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

This task is performed to record the system availability within 10


days, that is, time of system being available/(time of system being
available + system switch time).

Steps

1. In the left menu, click Performance > System > System


Availability, as shown in Figure 71.
FIGURE 71 CHECKING SYSTEM AVAILABILITY

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Checking Radio Port


Prerequisites

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The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

Statistics of information related to MU equipment is performed at


radio port according to the G802.6 standard. The statistics is displayed in three modes: current 15 minutes, history 15 minutes,
and current 24 hours. For each display mode, the statistics is
displayed according to ActiveMU, MUA, and MUB respectively. ActiveMU stands for the active MU, that is, only MUs in the active
status are counted. If MUA is in the active status, then MUA is
counted; if MUB is in the active status, then MUB is counted.

Steps

1. In the left menu, click Performance > Radio > Current, as


shown in Figure 72.

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FIGURE 72 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF RADIO INTERFACE OF


CURRENT 15 MINUTES

In the interface on the right, observe performance indices of


the current 15 minutes at the radio port.
2. In the left menu, click Performance > Radio > Interval, as
shown in Figure 73.
FIGURE 73 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF RADIO INTERFACE OF
HISTORY 15 MINUTES

In the interface on the right, observe performance indices of


the history 15 minutes at the radio port.
3. In the left menu, click Performance > Radio > Total, as
shown in Figure 74.

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FIGURE 74 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS FOR RADIO INTERFACE OF 24


HOURS

In the interface on the right, observe performance indices of


the current 24 hours at the radio port.
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Checking Trasceiving Power


Prerequisites

66

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.

Context

Trasceiving power statistics is performed for the sending power


and receiving power of ODU equipment. The statistics is displayed
in three modes: current 15 minutes, history 15 minutes, and current 24 hours. In each display mode, the statistics is displayed
according to ODUA and ODUB respectively.

Steps

1. In the left menu, click Performance > TSL/RSL > Current


to set an upper threshold and a lower threshold and count the
duration that the current receiving power is lower than the two
thresholds respectively, as shown in Figure 75.

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FIGURE 75 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF TRANSCEIVING POWER OF


CURRENT 15 MINUTES

2. In the left menu, click Performance > TSL/RSL > Interval,


as shown in Figure 76.
FIGURE 76 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF TRANSCEIVING POWER OF
HISTORY 15 MINUTES

3. In the left menu, click Performance > TSL/RSL > Total, as


shown in Figure 77.

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FIGURE 77 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF TRANSCEIVING POWER OF


24 HOURS

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Checking Ethernet
Transceiver Packages
Prerequisites
Context

The Web CIT system is logged on successfully.


Data statistics for Ethernet port involves four common ports of Ethernet and one wireless Ethernet port. The statistics is displayed
in three modes: current 15 minutes, history 15 minutes, and current 24 hours. In each display mode, the statistics is displayed
according to the five ports respectively.

Note:
For port utilization, only the statistic data of wireless Ethernet port
is provided. Because the volume of statistic data of Ethernet is
very large, the display mode of history 15 minutes only provides
statistic data of one day.
Steps

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1. In the left menu, click Performance > Ethernet > Current,


as shown in Figure 78.

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FIGURE 78 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF ETHERNET INTERFACE OF


CURRENT 15 MINUTES

2. In the left menu, click Performance > Ethernet > Interval,


as shown in Figure 79.
FIGURE 79 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF ETHERNET INTERFACE OF
HISTORY 15 MINUTES

3. In the left menu, click Performance > Ethernet > Total, as


shown in Figure 80.

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FIGURE 80 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS OF ETHERNET INTERFACE OF


24 HOURS

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Figures

Figure 1 Connection between the second-level equipments


with one jump.................................................... 3
Figure 2 Connection between the second-level equipments
with multi-jumps ................................................ 4
Figure 3 Connection between the second level equipment
and the third level equipment............................... 4
Figure 4 Login Interface of Web CIT ...................................... 8
Figure 5 Main Interface of Web CIT ....................................... 9
Figure 6 Selecting Properties.............................................10
Figure 7 Selecting Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)...................10
Figure 8 Setting Automatically Obtaining IP Address...............11
Figure 9 Inputting cmd........................................................11
Figure 10 Inputting ipconfig /renew ..................................12
Figure 11 Obtaining IP Address of PC ...................................12
Figure 12 Obtaining IP Address of IDU..................................13
Figure 13 Main Interface of Web CIT ....................................14
Figure 14 Configuration Menu Tree.......................................15
Figure 15 Selecting Configuration > System > Protection...16
Figure 16 Selecting Protection Type...................................16
Figure 17 Selecting Configuration > System > System.......17
Figure 18 Selecting E1 Number ...........................................18
Figure 19 Selecting Configuration > System > System.......19
Figure 20 Configuring Modulation/Demodulation Mode ............20
Figure 21 Selecting Configuration > System > System.......21
Figure 22 Configuring System Bandwidth ..............................22
Figure 23 Selecting Configuration > ODU > Frequency.......23
Figure 24 Configuring Transmitting Frequency .......................24
Figure 25 Setting Frequency Scanning..................................25
Figure 26 Starting Frequency Scanning.................................26
Figure 27 Frequency Scanning Running ................................27
Figure 28 Frequency Scanning Completed .............................28
Figure 29 Selecting Configuration > ODU > TPC.................29
Figure 30 Configuring Transmitting Power of ODU ..................30

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Figure 31 Selecting Configuration > TCP/IP Config > Q


Interface ........................................................31
Figure 32 Configuring IP Address of Q Interface.....................32
Figure 33 Selecting Configuration > TCP/IP Config >
Radio Interface...............................................32
Figure 34 Configuring IP Address of R Interface .....................33
Figure 35 Selecting Configuration > IP Routing > Static
Routing...........................................................34
Figure 36 Configuring Static Routing ....................................34
Figure 37 Selecting Configuration > IP Routing > OSPF .....35
Figure 38 Selecting Security > SNMP Manager...................36
Figure 39 Configuring SNMP Manager ...................................37
Figure 40 Security > Trap Destinations ............................38
Figure 41 Configuring Trap Address ......................................39
Figure 42 Selecting Configuration > System > Time
Management...................................................40
Figure 43 Setting NE Time ..................................................40
Figure 44 Setting Time Zone ...............................................41
Figure 45 Controlling QoS Ethernet Flow Rate........................42
Figure 46 Selecting Priority Protocol .....................................43
Figure 47 Selecting Priority Scheme .....................................44
Figure 48 802.1p-Based Priority ..........................................45
Figure 49 Setting DSCP Priority ...........................................46
Figure 50 Selecting Switch Level..........................................47
Figure 51 Upgrading System Software ..................................48
Figure 52 Downloading System Software ..............................49
Figure 53 Checking Switch Log at Transceiving End ................50
Figure 54 Clearing Log .......................................................51
Figure 55 Selecting Configuration > MUX Interface >
Tributary ........................................................53
Figure 56 Configuring E1 Service .........................................54
Figure 57 Selecting Configuration > Ethernet > VLAN ........55
Figure 58 Configuring Port Type...........................................55
Figure 59 Modifying VLAN Port Configuration .........................56
Figure 60 Modifying VLAN ID and VLAN Port ..........................56
Figure 61 Enabling VLAN Modification ...................................57
Figure 62 Selecting Configuration > Ethernet > Port..........57
Figure 63 Configuring Address Aging Mode............................58
Figure 64 Selecting Configuration > Ethernet > Port
Mirror .............................................................58

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Figure 65 Configuring Port Mirror .........................................59


Figure 66 Selecting Configuration > Controls > EDI
In/Out............................................................60
Figure 67 Setting EDI Input 1..............................................60
Figure 68 Setting EDI Input 2..............................................60
Figure 69 Setting EDI Output 1 ...........................................61
Figure 70 Setting EDI Output 2 ...........................................61
Figure 71 Checking System Availability .................................64
Figure 72 Performance Statistics of Radio Interface of
Current 15 Minutes ............................................65
Figure 73 Performance Statistics of Radio Interface of History
15 Minutes .......................................................65
Figure 74 Performance Statistics for Radio Interface of 24
Hours ..............................................................66
Figure 75 Performance Statistics of Transceiving Power of
Current 15 Minutes ............................................67
Figure 76 Performance Statistics of Transceiving Power of
History 15 Minutes.............................................67
Figure 77 Performance Statistics of Transceiving Power of 24
Hours ..............................................................68
Figure 78 Performance Statistics of Ethernet Interface of
Current 15 Minutes ............................................69
Figure 79 Performance Statistics of Ethernet Interface of
History 15 Minutes.............................................69
Figure 80 Performance Statistics of Ethernet Interface of 24
Hours...............................................................70

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Tables

Table 1 NE Properties .......................................................... 4


Table 2 Protection Property .................................................. 5
Table 3 IDU Properties......................................................... 5
Table 4 ODU Properties........................................................ 5
Table 5 IP Address Planning ................................................. 5

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Glossary
CIT
- Craft Interface Terminal
IDU
- Indoor Unit
ODU
- Outdoor Unit
SNMP
- Simple Network Management Protocol
VLAN
- Virtual Local Area Network

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