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TM-Series

Installation & Commissioning


Getting Started with TM-Series
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DOCUMENT ADMINISTRATION
The specifications and information within this manual are subject to change without further
notice. All statements, information and recommendations are believed to be accurate but
are presented without warranty of any kind. Users must take full responsibility for their
application of any products.
In no event shall Transmode Systems AB be liable for any indirect, special, consequential
or incidental damages, including, without limitation, lost profits or loss or damage to data
arising from the use or inability to use this manual, even if Transmode or its suppliers have
been advised of the possibility of such damages.

1.1

Document Revision History


Revision
B

1.2

Date
2007-04-27

C
D

2007-07-05
2007-09-17

E
F

2007-12-21
2008-01-09

G
H

2008-06-01
2008-12-12

I
J
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2009-06-25
2011-06-01

Description
Updated with some more information regarding the cache
settings.
Updated with information about TPD10GBE board.
Updated with information about EDU/6PGBE and
TP10GCLX/TC.
Updated with information concerning release 10.0.
Updated with information that constantGainHI setting
cannot be used on OA17C and OA2 17/17C of earlier
release than R2B.
Updated with new boards for 11.0.
Deleted info.: ROADM and 4x2G5-MXP10G setup.
Updated with information about new plug-in units for R12
and Ethernet settings.
New document front
Updated table under 4.2.2 Ethernet settings
Minor editorial updates

Abbreviations
Refer to the document System Manual Overview.

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Contents
1

Document administration ............................................................................... 2

1.1
1.2

Document Revision History ........................................................................................ 2


Abbreviations............................................................................................................. 2

Introduction.................................................................................................... 4

Installing and commissioning a TM-Series Node ............................................ 5

3.1

Step-by-step instruction.............................................................................................. 5

Communication setup .................................................................................... 7

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.6

Connection using serial port (only when using CLI) ..................................................... 7


Connection using Ethernet (both CLI and ENM GUI) ................................................... 9
Log-in using CLI....................................................................................................... 11
Log-in using ENM/GUI ............................................................................................. 13
IP-settings ............................................................................................................... 14
IP-settings at the NE ................................................................................................ 14
IP-settings at local PC .............................................................................................. 14
Ethernet connections ............................................................................................... 15

ENM GUI Description....................................................................................16

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7

Showing lists ........................................................................................................... 16


No security alert when logging in .............................................................................. 17
Setting a large number of data at the same time ....................................................... 17
Telnet ...................................................................................................................... 17
Browser settings ...................................................................................................... 17
Board alarms ........................................................................................................... 17
Logout ..................................................................................................................... 17

CLI Description .............................................................................................18

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INTRODUCTION
This document describes how to connect to the TM-Series for the first time and which
settings that should be configured in the system.

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INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING A TM-SERIES NODE

3.1

Step-by-step instruction

Step 1

Read the Technical Description, refer to Volume A (Technical Descriptions) of the System
Manual, for the boards that you intend to install. Check if special attention must be
considered for the board. For information how to set up the board refer to Volume B
(Installation & Commisioning).

Step 2

Mount the subrack and power it up. Refer to the Installation Guides within Volume B of the
System manual for information and safety precautions.

Step 3

Connect all patch cords and other fibres, refer to the Generic Cabling Guide within
Volume B of the System manual.
If an MDU40-ODD or MDU40-EVEN unit should be installed, it is important to first
set-up the board in the Embeded Node Manager (ENM) GUI and then insert the
fibres. The reason is to avoid that any old attenuation value in the MDU40 board is
used until the board is configured correctly.

Step 4

Connect serial or Ethernet port to a PC (cross-over Cat.5 in case of a TM-101/-102,


otherwise the cable can be cross-over or straight). Refer to section 4 Communication
setups.

Step 5

Login to the system, using a web-browser, telnet or serial port, ip-address: 192.168.1.10,
netmask: 255.255.255.0, ui: oper and pw: (blank). Refer to section 5 ENM GUI
Description.

Step 6

If more than one subrack will be used in the node this should be configured first, refer to
the Configuration Guide within Volume C (Operation & Maintenance).

Step 7

Use the Getting Started wizard in the ENM to configure the basic settings (these settings
can also be done without the wizard using CLI). Choose to save and re-start.
TM-Series nodes cannot be located in networks within the IP-address range 10.0.0.0/16
since these are used internally in the TM-Series nodes.

Step 8

Login with the new IP-settings.


The IP-settings on the PC to must probably be changed to correspond to the new settings
in the node.

Step 9

Use the Board wizard in the ENM GUI to create all boards, all PPP-links and other settings
for most of the boards (these settings also can be done without the wizard using CLI).
If you only want to use one of the Optical Supervisory Channels on a CU-SFP, the used
ports MUST be number 1-2 for proper function.

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If you have a TPDDGBE, TPD10GBE-BU or a MS-MXP board that should be set in


repeater mode in a TM-101/-102 subrack you need to delete the board before starting to
configure the board in repeater mode. This is done in the following way:
1. Select General link in left pane.
2. Select Delete board link.
3. Check the TPDDGBE/TPD10GBE-BU/MS-MXP board and press OK button.
For some plug-in units the board wizard will ask for a PPP link ID. The PPP link ID MUST
be set to the same value in both ends of a link.

If using a TM-101p or a TM-101 of revision R2A or earlier, the passive boards must be
selected using the list-boxes in the Expected column for respective slot.

When a TP10GCLX/TC, TP10G/TC-ER or a TRX100090 is used it is very important to set


the expected frequency to the frequency that you want to use. Otherwise the board will not
start up.

An OA17C or OA2 17/17C of earlier release than R2B cannot be set in constantGainHI
mode.

Step 10

If the boards you are using are not fully configured using the wizard, configure these
boards afterwards. Configure the settings by double-clicking on the board in the Equipment
View in the ENM GUI. If using CLI, the configuration is made in different MIBs. Refer to the
Configuration Guide within Volume C of which MIBs that are used for the board type.

Step 11

If a GBE10-EMXP board is used, the management channel might need to be set-up. Refer
to the Configuration Guide within Volume C (Operation & Maintenance).

Step 12

Set-up static routes or OSPF configurations if needed refer to Designing DCN Network
plans within Volume B.

Step 13

Perform the tests described in the Commissioning Guide within Volume B (Installation &
Commissioning) of System Manual.

Step 14

Prepare the system for operation as described in the Commissioning Guide within
Volume B.

Step 15

Save the configuration in each node to assure that the same settings are used if the
equipment is powered down or up or if the system is rebooted.

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COMMUNICATION SETUP

4.1

Connection using serial port (only when using CLI)


The serial port is label as RS232 and is located at each plug-in board. To access the MIBshell, connect the serial port to the CU board for a CU-system and to the TU board at a
CU-less system.

Figure 2 RS232 port at CU-less system (TM102)

Figure 1 RS232 port at CU-system (TM-3000)

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Figure 3 RS232 port at TM-MBA/2

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The system can also be connected to the LAN parallel to the serial port communication.
CLI commands must be used to communicate with the node when the serial port is used.

Figure 4 Serial port setup connection

Step 1

Connect the Transmode RS232 serial port adapter to the PC.

Step 2

Connect a straight Ethernet cable between the RS232 adapter and the RS232 port at the
CU-system or CU-less system.

Step 3

Open a terminal program, for example Hyperterminal, Putty or Tera Term:


Choose to use a serial port, e.g., COM1.
Select the following settings:
Bits per second: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None

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Connection using Ethernet (both CLI and ENM GUI)


The Eth port is labelled as DCN1 and DCN2. DCN1 is located at the LAN-module and
DCN2 is located at CU-board in CU-systems. DCN1 is located at the chassis at CU-less
systems and TM-MBA/2.
Note: Only one of the DCN connections can be used at the same time.
The following ports can be used as Ethernet LAN connections:
TM-3000

TM-301

TM-102 and TM-101

DCN1

DCN1

DCN1

DCN2

DCN2

Figure 6 DCN1 port at CU-less system (TM-102)

Figure 7 DCN1 port at TM-MBA/2

Figure 5 DCN1 and 2 port at CU-system (TM3000)

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The system may be connected to the LAN or a direct connection of a NE and the local PC.
Communication is done by CLI or ENM/GUI. Serial port connection may also be an option
(only using CLI) but its requiring a local setup.

Figure 9 Local Eth port setup connection

Figure 8 LAN Eth port setup connection

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Connect an Ethernet cable between the PC and NE (via the switch if applicable). Refer to
the installation manual for further information regarding which type of Ethernet cable to
use.

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Log-in using CLI

1. Open a terminal
window .

2. Type in the IP
address.

3. Choose connection
type, eg. telnet.

4. Login as oper,
press enter

Figure 10 Login via the terminal window

User

Password

Comments

root

root

Administrator user who has all possible permissions

oper

This user has only access to CLI/ENM GUI and cannot


set-up new users.

It is strongly recommended that the default user IDs and passwords are changed since all
TM-series systems are delivered with the same default settings.

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Open a terminal window; use either serial port or telnet connection.


Log-in as operator, automatically enter the MIB-shell:
login as: oper

Log-in as administrator:
login as: root
Password: root

Enter the MIB-shell


Node1::$ mibsh

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Log-in using ENM/GUI

1. Open a web
browser.

2. Enter the NE IP
address
E.g. 172.18.1.64
(press enter).

3. Type the login user


name and password.
E.g. User name: oper
Password: blank.

4. Press enter or click


on Login.

Figure 11 Login via a web browser.

The login procedure via the web browser will be described in the document as following:
Open a web browser, type the NE IP address in the address widow and press enter.
User name: oper
Password: blank

Log-in as administrator:
User name: root
Password: root

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IP-settings
The system can be delivered pre-configured or with no configuration at all.

4.5.1

IP-settings at the NE
If the system is delivered without pre-configured IP-settings the default IP-settings are:
IP-address

192.168.1.10

Network mask

255.255.255.0

For further information regarding Changing of IP-settings at the NE, refer to the Spare part
and Maintenance Guide.

4.5.2

IP-settings at local PC
Use the following instruction to configure the IP settings of a PC (in this example Widows
XP) to communicate with a Transmode NE (default IP-setting).

Step 1

In Start-menu of the PC, choose to start the Control Panel.

Step 2

In Control Panel, choose to start Network Connections.

Step 3

Start Local Area Connection.

Step 4

Click on Properties in Local Area Connections

Step 5

Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

Step 6

Click on Properties.

Step 7

Enter the following IP-settings:


IP address:
192.168.1.7
Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.10

Step 8

Press OK to close the dialog box.

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Ethernet connections
In a CU-system (TM-3000 and TM-301) the signal is switched in the CU when the chassis
eth port is used.
In a CU-less-system (TM-102 and TM-101) the signal is switched in the TU when the
chassis eth port is used,
The speed and operational mode of the Ethernet connection can be found in the
Configuration Guide within Volume C.
Normally the speed and operational mode in the PC automatically is set to the same as in
the system, but if using an old PC it is recommended to set the same speed and
operational mode manually if having problems to communicate towards the node. Refer to
the PC manual for information regarding these settings.

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ENM GUI DESCRIPTION


It is important that the web browser used for the ENM GUI allows cookies and does not
block pop-up windows.

Figure 12: ENM GUI Equipment view

Configure board settings by double clicking on a board


You can always go back to the Equipment view by selecting Equipment in the left pane.

5.1

Showing lists
There are a number of lists showing different data, for example, Received power on all
boards. These lists can be reached in the following way:

Step 1

Click Show icon in the ENM GUI toolbar.

Step 2

Select the list you want to see in the list-box at the bottom of the page.

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No security alert when logging in


To avoid that the security alert appears when logging in to the system refer to appendix,
Accepting the Transmode ENM GUI Certificate in the Configuration Guide within Volume
C.

5.3

Setting a large number of data at the same time


Sometimes a Multi Set button is visible in the ENM GUI. This button is used to configure
several data at the same time. This can be used for example when wanting to set the
administrative state to down on several ports at the same time.

5.4

Telnet
In the left pane of the ENM GUI there is an option to Telnet to a node. If Internet Explorer
version 7.0 or later is used, the browser settings must be changed to be able to start telnet
from the ENM GUI. Refer to the appendix, Using the Telnet Application in the
Configuration Guide within Volume C, for further information.
Note! If you are asked if you want to run a telnet session in secure or non-secure mode,
you must choose to run in secure mode.

5.5

Browser settings
In left pane you can select Browser settings and then change the Inactivity timeout if
you want to change the time before you will be logged out automatically when not
performing anything in the ENM GUI.

5.6

Board alarms
You can check the alarms that are applicable for a specific board by double-clicking the
STS LED on the board in the ENM GUI.

5.7

Logout
It is recommended to always log out when not using the ENM GUI. This is done by
choosing the Logout icon in ENM GUI tool bar or by choosing Logout in left pane. A
limited number of users can be logged in at the same time.

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CLI DESCRIPTION
Refer to the Command Line Interface Guide within Volume B of the System Manual for
information regarding available commands.

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