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Published on November 28, 2007

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Slide1:  HYUNDAI NETWORK SYSTEM xDSL TRAINING 4F, Romanson B/D, 77-1 Garakbon-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea Hyundai Broadband Access Solution:  Hyundai Broadband Access Solution Cost effective network using DSL technologies Remote management by EMS Qualified system stability through operation experiences Inter-operability with other standard-based system Provides various services Flexible installation suitable for the customers’ environment Scalable configuration DSL Product Families:  DSL Product Families Hyundai Broadband Access System Hyundai DSL Products:  Hyundai DSL Products xDSL Broadband Access System DSLAM : HAMX-100, HAMX-6000, HAMX-10000, DSL-MTU ATU-R : SpeedXess HASE-270, HASU-240 STU-R : SpeedXess HSSE-242 VTU-R : SpeedXess HVSE-100 POTS Splitter : Internal, External shelf Network Management System : SpeedXess EMS-JV Compliance ANSI T1.413 Issue I, II ITU-T Rec. G.992.1 for ADSL G.dmt ITU-T Rec. G.992.2 for ADSL G.lite ITU-T Rec. G.991.2 for SHDSL System Configuration:  System Configuration DSLAM : SpeedXess HAMX-100 Subscriber Modem ADSL : HASE-270, HASU-240 SHDSL : HSSE-242 Management system : SpeedXess EMS SpeedXess HAMX-100:  SpeedXess HAMX-100 Multi-Service, Multi-Platform DSLAM Characteristics of HAMX-100:  Characteristics of HAMX-100 The SpeedXess HAMX-100 is an high-speed access system which provides not only DSL multiplexing but also ATM concentrating function. The SpeedXess HAMX-100 aggregates a large number of xDSL and ATM subscribers into one or more uplink ports to a IP or ATM backbone Network (edge switch or router). ATM Functional Module (STM1, DS3, nxE1, nxSHDSL) IP Functional Module (100BaseT) xDSL subscriber (ADSL, SHDSL, VDSL) ATM subscriber (STM1, DS3, nxE1) A modular design based on a cell-bus:  A modular design based on a cell-bus VDSL E1 IMA E3/DS3 STM-1/4 SHDSL ADSL STM-1/4 E3/DS3 E1 IMA SHDSL IMA 100BaseT Network side Subscriber side ATM cell-bus Flexible Configuration:  Flexible Configuration Concentration Shelf Modem Shelf Splitter Shelf ATM Switch / Router PSTN Switch STM-1/E3 SpeedXess EMS SpeedXess DSLAM 10 BaseT STM-1/E3/E1 STM-1/E3/E1 DS3 or T1/E1 Dedicated Network ATU-Rs STU-Rs VTU-Rs Technical Specification:  Technical Specification SpeedXess DSL Subscriber Modem:  SpeedXess DSL Subscriber Modem ADSL USB Interface : HASU-240 Ethernet Interface (Bridge & Router) : HASE-270 (Switched by software command) SHDSL Ethernet Interface : HSSE-242 ADSL Subscriber Modem:  ADSL Subscriber Modem ATU-R with USB interface (HASU-240) PPP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2364) PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516) Classical IP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2225) IP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2684) ATU-R with Ethernet (Bridge) interface (HASE-270) PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516) IP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2684) ATU-R with Ethernet (Router) interface (HASE-270) PPP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2364) IP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2684) ADSL Modem Interfaces:  ADSL Modem Interfaces SpeedXess SHDSL Modem (HSSE-242):  SpeedXess SHDSL Modem (HSSE-242) Interfaces 10BaseT Ethernet interface (RJ 45) SHDSL line interface (RJ 11) Console/management interface (RS232 D-Sub9) Power interface Protocols PPP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2364) IP over ATM AAL5 (RFC 2684) Specifications of HAMX-100:  Specifications of HAMX-100 Hardware architecture of HAMX-100:  Hardware architecture of HAMX-100 Cabinet Rack Hardware Characteristics:  Hardware Characteristics POTS Interface Function Various Network Interface Function DSL Subscriber Interface Function ATM Cell Bus Function:  ATM Cell Bus Function 32 bits ATM CellBus Transfer User and Control Data Traffic Multiplexing Function:  Traffic Multiplexing Function 2-tier traffic multiplexing M U X Shelf Interface DSL-LT DSL-LT M U X Shelf Interface DSL-LT DSL-LT M U X Network Interface Network Concentration Shelf DSL-LT Subtend I/F DSL-LT Subtend I/F Modem Shelf Modem Shelf Note : The HAMX-100 can be configured as ether a concentration shelf or a modem shelf. Various Network Interface:  Various Network Interface ATM Interfaces STM-1/4 (OC-3c/12c) E3/DS3 E1/T1 IMA SHDSL IMA IP Interfaces 100BaseTx, 100BaseFx Gigabit Ethernet or STM-1/4, E3/DS3, E/T1 IMA, SHDSL IMA 100BaseTx/Fx Gigabit Ethernet Specification of network interfaces:  Specification of network interfaces Various Subscriber Interface:  Various Subscriber Interface ATM Subscriber Interface : STM-1/OC-3, DS3/E3, E1/T1 IMA xDSL Subscriber Interface : ADSL, G.shdsl, VDSL Dual Management Interface:  Dual Management Interface Local Serial Interface Out-of-band Ethernet Interface In-band IPOA ISP’s Network DSLAM Other DSLAMs EMS (Local) Ethernet 10 BaseT Terminal Serial Ethernet 100 BaseT EMS (In-band) POTS Interface Function:  POTS Interface Function SS (Splitter Shelf) Separable Splitter Shelf 54 Splitter units Built-in Splitter Shelf 14 Splitter boards (SPLB-64) SPLB-64 (SPLitter Board) Split and mix the POTS and ADSL signal 32 Splitters per board One SPLB-64 copes with one DSLB-32 POTS, LINE and DSLB interface with 64-pin connector CO Splitter shelf:  CO Splitter shelf Separable Splitter Shelf Built-in Splitter Shelf Separable Splitter Shelf:  Separable Splitter Shelf DSL line connection with separable splitter:  DSL line connection with separable splitter Shelves:  Shelves Concentration Shelf (CS) Modem Shelf (MS) Concentration Shelf:  Concentration Shelf 1 CS per system Supports up to 16 functional and physical boards Composition 1 CRMB (Concentration shelf Management Board with Redundancy) 1 or 2 CRUB (Concentration shelf Up-link Board with Redundancy) 1 ~14 CSDB (Concentration Shelf Down-link Board) (16 - number of CSDB, CRUB, and CRMB) DSLB 1 CSBB (Concentration Shelf Backplane Board) 1 ~ 15 ADPB (ADaPter Board) CLKB (Clock Board) Modem Shelf:  Modem Shelf Up to 14 MS per system Supports up to 16 functional and physical boards Composition 1 MSMB (Modem Shelf Management Board) 1 MSIB (Modem Shelf Interface Board) Up to 14 DSLB (Digital Subscriber Line Board) 1 MSBB (Modem Shelf Backplane Board) 1 ADPB-STM1M (Adaptor Board-STM1 Multi-Mode) CLKB (Clock Board) Interconnection with functional boards:  Interconnection with functional boards CRUB CSDB ADPB CRMB CLKB ADPB ADPB CLKB Concentration Shelf Modem Shelf DSLB DSLB MSMB MSIB Back Plane Splitter Shelf SPLB Back Plane SPLB Control and Management Board:  Control and Management Board CRMB Control and manage the CS and system IPC with 14 MSMBs max. Supports in-band EMS and CTI (Craft Terminal Interface) interface Functions Gathers the system state and performance information. Manages the configuration information for subscribers Performs internal diagnostic function Access management for configuration and system information MSMB Control and manage the internal modem shelf CRMB and MSMB:  CRMB and MSMB CRMB III MSMB III Network Interface Board (CRUB):  Network Interface Board (CRUB) Connect to network equipment (ATM switch, BAS, etc.) Makes a pair with physical interface board (ADPB) Concentration shelf Uplink Board with Redundancy (CRUB) Types CRUB-STM1III CRUB-8E1III CRUB-E3III CRUB-DS3III CRUB-100T CRUB-100F Subtending Board (CSDB):  Subtending Board (CSDB) Subtends to another system or modem shelf Makes a pair with physical interface board (ADPB) Concentration Shelf Downlink Board (CSDB) Types CSDB-STM1III Modem shelf interface board (MSIB):  Modem shelf interface board (MSIB) Connect to CSDB in CS Makes a pair with physical interface board (ADPB) Modem Shelf Interface Board (MSIB) Types MSIB-STM1III DSL Subscriber Board (DSLB):  DSL Subscriber Board (DSLB) DSLB-32TI Supports 32 ADSL ports DSLB-32MS Supports 32 SHDSL ports Alarm Indicator:  Alarm Indicator HAMX-100 Management:  HAMX-100 Management Internal Software Structure:  Internal Software Structure SNMP Agent CRMB CSDB MSMB MSIB SW Module DSLB IPC IPC IPC SW Module Device Driver SW Module EMS Workstation Ethernet Optical Fiber SW Module SW Module Device Driver Device Driver IPC SW Module Device Driver IPC IPC CRUB In-band DSLAM Software Upgrade:  DSLAM Software Upgrade Functions Download Application Software On Service No Effect to User Traffic Based on TFTP Restart Available After Downloaded Internal Path CRMB operates as a agent. CS Hosts --> CRUB --> CRMB --> CRUB/CSDB MS Hosts --> CRUB --> CRMB --> MSIB -- > MSMB --> MSIB/DSLB Software Upgrade Flow:  Software Upgrade Flow Upgrade ready Normal state to download available Downloading On going state after download command Download success The state after Download completed Restart available with command Slide43:  Configuration of HAMX-100 Hardware Installation:  Hardware Installation Assembles the installation materials Cables between the shelves Connects power lines and set the PADP alarm Connects between POTS and line cables Power on and verify the board operation status Connect the network interface line Initial Configuration:  Initial Configuration Compose the DSLAM with subtending shelves and turn on the system. Verify the network transmission line such as optical power and line quality between DSLAM and B-RAS. Adjust clock source of CRUB to ‘loop’ and connect to the B-RAS through the optical transmission equipment, SMOT. Configure IP address and PVC for in-band service using by serial port on CRMB. Verify the IPoA connection and ‘ping’ to the EMS. Setup the trap destination for EMS. Configure for the In-band Path:  Configure for the In-band Path 1. Log in to the CRMB with serial cable. Trying 166.125.20.208… Connected to 166.125.20.208. Escape character is '^]'. login: DSLAM> modify ipoacfg <ipoacfg-shelf_id>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <ipoacfg-slot_id>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 16 <ipoacfg-port>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 2 <ipoacfg-addr>[IP-addr,[O]|p(prev)]: 200.200.100.2 <ipoacfg-netmask>[IP-addr,[O]|p(prev)]: 255.255.255.252 <ipoacfg-gateway>[IP-addr,[O]|p(prev)]: 200.200.100.1 <ipoacfg-admin>[(up|down),[O]|p(prev)]: up 2. Setup the port for IPoA : 2nd port on CRMB. Configure for the In-band Path (cont.):  Configure for the In-band Path (cont.) 3. Add a PVC connection for IPoA. DSLAM> add pvc <pvcc-low_shelf>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-low_slot>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 15 <pvcc-low_port>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-low_vpi>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 (changeable) <pvcc-low_vci>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 32 (changeable) <pvcc-high_shelf>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-high_slot>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 16 <pvcc-high_port>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 2 <pvcc-high_vpi>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 (changeable) <pvcc-high_vci>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 32 (changeable) <pvcc-tx_upc>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 <pvcc-rx_upc>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 <pvcc-aal_type>[(aal1|aal34|aal5|other),[M]|p(prev)]: aal5 <pvcc-tx_sdu>[int,[O]|p(prev)]: 1508 <pvcc-rx_sdu>[int,[O]|p(prev)]: 1508 <pvcc-ecap_t>[(route|bg8023|bg8025|bg8026|le8023|le8025|llc|frame), [O]|p(prev)]: llc <pvcc-direction>[(up-dir|down-dir|bi-dir),[M]|p(prev)]: bi <pvcc-admin_status>[(up|down),[M]|p(prev)]: up Configure for the In-band Path (cont.):  Configure for the In-band Path (cont.) 4. Confirm the IPoA connection path. DSLAM> show ipoasts … 5. ARP request Sent : 2 6. ARP request Received : 0 7. ARP response Sent : 0 8. ARP response Received : 2 5. Ping to the EMS. DSLAM> ping <IP address of EMS server> PING 100.100.100.2 : 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 100.100.100.2 : icmp_seq=0 time=10ms 64 bytes from 100.100.100.2 : icmp_seq=1 time= <10ms 64 bytes from 100.100.100.2 : icmp_seq=2 time=<10ms Configure for the User-data Path:  Configure for the User-data Path Method 1 : Download connection profile Using with SpeedXess EMS (Element Management System) Make a connection profile of the DSLAM as text format Save the profile to the specific directory on workstation with EMS Download connection profile to DSLAM by EMS window Using with CLI Make a connection profile of the DSLAM as text format Save the profile to the specific directory on specific server Download connection profile to DSLAM by CLI command Method 2 : Set up single PVC Using with SpeedXess EMS Using with CLI Connection Profile:  Connection Profile Change hex to decimal value Connection download by EMS:  Connection download by EMS Connection download by EMS:  Connection download by EMS Connection download with CLI:  Connection download with CLI DSLAM> down cn <cnfdt-host_addr>[IP-addr,[M]|p(prev)]: 166.125.224.123 <cnfdt-path>[str,[M]|p(prev)]: conn/con1_5 Set up single PVC with CLI:  Set up single PVC with CLI DSLAM> add pvc <pvcc-low_shelf>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-low_slot>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-low_port>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-low_vpi>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 10 <pvcc-low_vci>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 101 <pvcc-high_shelf>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-high_slot>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 15 <pvcc-high_port>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 1 <pvcc-high_vpi>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 <pvcc-high_vci>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 35 <pvcc-tx_upc>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 <pvcc-rx_upc>[int,[M]|p(prev)]: 0 <pvcc-aal_type>[(aal1|aal34|aal5|other),[M]|p(prev)]: aal5 <pvcc-tx_sdu>[int,[O]|p(prev)]: <enter> <pvcc-rx_sdu>[int,[O]|p(prev)]: <enter> <pvcc-ecap_t>[(route|bg8023|bg8025|bg8026|le8023|le8025|llc|frame),[O]|p(prev)]: <enter> <pvcc-direction>[(up-dir|down-dir|bi-dir),[M]|p(prev)]: bi <pvcc-admin_status>[(up|down),[M]|p(prev)]: up VCC Add success ..... DSLAM> Note:  Note Thank You.

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