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Document No. 10004_22 Date 19.12.08 Description of Changes New unit software versions have been added: CXU-M SXZ288 v2.17 and v10.6 GMX GMZ544 v4.6 and v3.24 GMX2 GMZ802 v1.20 and v1.21 OMH-A OMZ675 v3.3 10004_21 25.06.08 New unit software versions have been added: ESU EMZ642 v1.12 GMH GMZ283 v10.2 GMX2 GMZ802 v1.16 and v1.18 OMH/OMH-A OMZ675 v3.2 QMH QMZ540 v10.11 10004_20 08.04.08 New unit software versions have been added: CTE-R, CTE-R/208, CTU-R and STE-10M SBZ670 v4.4 SCU-H SCZ545 v2.6 and v1.18 New product has been added: GMX2 GMZ802 v1.15 GMX2 column has been added in the product interrelations table.

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1 General ........................................................................................................................ 17
1.1 Interrelations ..................................................................................................................................................18

2 CAE Unit: CAZ287 Unit Software .............................................................................. 45


2.1 Version 2.3.....................................................................................................................................................45 2.2 Version 2.2.....................................................................................................................................................45 2.3 Version 2.1.....................................................................................................................................................46 2.4 Version 2.0.....................................................................................................................................................47

3 CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI Units: CCZ539 Unit Software ............................................. 48


3.1 Version 5.8.....................................................................................................................................................48 3.2 Version 5.7.....................................................................................................................................................49 3.3 Version 5.4.....................................................................................................................................................50 3.4 Version 5.2.....................................................................................................................................................51 3.5 Version 5.1.....................................................................................................................................................52 3.6 Version 5.0.....................................................................................................................................................53 3.7 Version 4.0.....................................................................................................................................................54 3.8 Version 2.0.....................................................................................................................................................54 3.9 Version 1.0.....................................................................................................................................................55

4 CCU Unit: SCZ286 Unit Software .............................................................................. 56


4.1 Version 2.7.....................................................................................................................................................56 4.2 Version 2.6.....................................................................................................................................................57 4.3 Version 2.5.....................................................................................................................................................58 4.4 Version 2.4.....................................................................................................................................................59 4.5 Version 2.2.....................................................................................................................................................59 4.6 Version 2.1.....................................................................................................................................................60 4.7 Version 2.0.....................................................................................................................................................61 4.8 Version 1.5.....................................................................................................................................................62 4.9 Version 1.4.....................................................................................................................................................63

5 CXU-M Unit: SXZ288 Unit Software........................................................................... 64

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5.1 Version 10.6...................................................................................................................................................64 5.2 Version 10.5...................................................................................................................................................64 5.3 Version 10.4...................................................................................................................................................65 5.4 Version 10.3...................................................................................................................................................65 5.5 Version 10.2...................................................................................................................................................66 5.6 Version 10.1...................................................................................................................................................67 5.7 Version 10.0...................................................................................................................................................68 5.8 Version 2.17...................................................................................................................................................70 5.9 Version 2.16...................................................................................................................................................70 5.10 Version 2.15.................................................................................................................................................70 5.11 Version 2.14.................................................................................................................................................71 5.12 Version 2.13.................................................................................................................................................72 5.13 Version 2.12.................................................................................................................................................73 5.14 Version 2.10.................................................................................................................................................75 5.15 Version 2.9...................................................................................................................................................76 5.16 Version 2.8...................................................................................................................................................76 5.17 Version 2.7...................................................................................................................................................76 5.18 Version 2.6...................................................................................................................................................78 5.19 Version 2.5...................................................................................................................................................80 5.20 Version 2.4...................................................................................................................................................82 5.21 Version 2.3...................................................................................................................................................84

6 E3C Unit: GPZ641 Unit Software ............................................................................... 86


6.1 Version 1.0.....................................................................................................................................................86

7 EAE Unit: EAZ418 Unit Software............................................................................... 87


7.1 Version 1.1.....................................................................................................................................................87 7.2 Version 1.0.....................................................................................................................................................87

8 ESU Unit: EMZ642 Unit Software .............................................................................. 88


8.1 Version 1.12...................................................................................................................................................88 8.2 Version 1.11...................................................................................................................................................90 8.3 Version 1.10...................................................................................................................................................91 8.4 Version 1.9.....................................................................................................................................................92 8.5 Version 1.8.....................................................................................................................................................94 8.6 Version 1.7.....................................................................................................................................................95 8.7 Version 1.6.....................................................................................................................................................96 8.8 Version 1.5.....................................................................................................................................................96 8.9 Version 1.4.....................................................................................................................................................96 8.10 Version 1.3...................................................................................................................................................96

9 GMH Unit: GMZ283 Unit Software ............................................................................. 98

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9.1 Version 10.2...................................................................................................................................................98 9.2 Version 10.1...................................................................................................................................................99 9.3 Version 10.0.................................................................................................................................................100 9.4 Version 6.10.................................................................................................................................................100 9.5 Version 6.9...................................................................................................................................................101 9.6 Version 6.7...................................................................................................................................................102 9.7 Version 6.6...................................................................................................................................................103 9.8 Version 6.5...................................................................................................................................................104 9.9 Version 6.4...................................................................................................................................................105 9.10 Version 6.3.................................................................................................................................................106 9.11 Version 6.2.................................................................................................................................................107 9.12 Version 6.1.................................................................................................................................................108 9.13 Version 5.8.................................................................................................................................................109 9.14 Version 5.7.................................................................................................................................................110 9.15 Version 5.5.................................................................................................................................................112 9.16 Version 5.2.................................................................................................................................................113 9.17 Version 5.1.................................................................................................................................................115

10 GMM Unit: GMZ438 Unit Software......................................................................... 117


10.1 Version 2.3.................................................................................................................................................117 10.2 Version 2.2.................................................................................................................................................118 10.3 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................119 10.4 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................120

11 GMU and GMU-A Units: GMZ460 Unit Software .................................................. 122


11.1 Version 1.8.................................................................................................................................................122 11.2 Version 1.179.............................................................................................................................................124 11.3 Version 1.7.................................................................................................................................................125 11.4 Version 1.6.................................................................................................................................................126 11.5 Version 1.102.............................................................................................................................................128 11.6 Version 1.5.................................................................................................................................................129 11.7 Version 1.4.................................................................................................................................................130 11.8 Version 1.3.................................................................................................................................................132 11.9 Version 1.2.................................................................................................................................................133 11.10 Version 1.1...............................................................................................................................................135

12 GMU and GMU-A Units: GMZ461 Unit Software .................................................. 138


12.1 Version 1.11...............................................................................................................................................138 12.2 Version 1.10...............................................................................................................................................139 12.3 Version 1.9.................................................................................................................................................141 12.4 Version 1.8.................................................................................................................................................142 12.5 Version 1.179.............................................................................................................................................144 12.6 Version 1.7.................................................................................................................................................145 12.7 Version 1.6.................................................................................................................................................147

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12.8 Version 1.102.............................................................................................................................................149 12.9 Version 1.5.................................................................................................................................................150 12.10 Version 1.4...............................................................................................................................................151 12.11 Version 1.3...............................................................................................................................................152 12.12 Version 1.2...............................................................................................................................................154 12.13 Version 1.1...............................................................................................................................................156

13 GMX Unit: GMZ544 Unit Software ......................................................................... 159


13.1 Version 4.6.................................................................................................................................................159 13.2 Version 4.5.................................................................................................................................................160 13.3 Version 4.4.................................................................................................................................................160 13.4 Version 4.3.................................................................................................................................................162 13.5 Version 4.2.................................................................................................................................................164 13.6 Version 4.1.................................................................................................................................................164 13.7 Version 3.24...............................................................................................................................................167 13.8 Version 3.23...............................................................................................................................................169 13.9 Version 3.22...............................................................................................................................................169 13.10 Version 3.21.............................................................................................................................................170 13.11 Version 3.20.............................................................................................................................................172 13.12 Version 3.19.............................................................................................................................................173 13.13 Version 3.18.............................................................................................................................................175 13.14 Version 3.17.............................................................................................................................................178 13.15 Version 3.16.............................................................................................................................................181 13.16 Version 3.15.............................................................................................................................................183 13.17 Version 3.13.............................................................................................................................................186 13.18 Version 3.12.............................................................................................................................................188 13.19 Version 3.11.............................................................................................................................................190 13.20 Version 3.9...............................................................................................................................................193 13.21 Version 3.8...............................................................................................................................................194 13.22 Version 3.5...............................................................................................................................................196 13.23 Version 3.2...............................................................................................................................................199

14 GMX2 Unit: GMZ802 Unit Software ....................................................................... 202


14.1 Version 1.21...............................................................................................................................................202 14.2 Version 1.20...............................................................................................................................................202 14.3 Version 1.18...............................................................................................................................................203 14.4 Version 1.16...............................................................................................................................................204 14.5 Version 1.15...............................................................................................................................................204 14.6 Version 1.12...............................................................................................................................................205 14.7 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................206

15 LAN Module: EHZ541 Unit Software ..................................................................... 207


15.1 Version 1.2.................................................................................................................................................207 15.2 Version 1.1.................................................................................................................................................208

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15.3 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................209

16 OMH/OMH-A Unit: OMZ675 Unit Software............................................................ 210


16.1 Version 3.3.................................................................................................................................................210 16.2 Version 3.2.................................................................................................................................................211 16.3 Version 3.1.................................................................................................................................................212 16.4 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................213 16.5 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................214 16.6 Version 1.2.................................................................................................................................................215

17 QMH and QMH-M Units: QMZ540 Unit Software .................................................. 216


17.1 Version 10.11.............................................................................................................................................216 17.2 Version 10.10.............................................................................................................................................217 17.3 Version 10.9...............................................................................................................................................218 17.4 Version 10.8...............................................................................................................................................219 17.5 Version 10.7...............................................................................................................................................220 17.6 Version 10.6...............................................................................................................................................221 17.7 Version 10.5...............................................................................................................................................222 17.8 Version 10.3...............................................................................................................................................223 17.9 Version 6.0.................................................................................................................................................224 17.10 Version 1.6...............................................................................................................................................225 17.11 Version 1.5...............................................................................................................................................226 17.12 Version 1.4...............................................................................................................................................227 17.13 Version 1.3...............................................................................................................................................228 17.14 Version 1.2...............................................................................................................................................228 17.15 Version 1.1...............................................................................................................................................229 17.16 Version 1.0...............................................................................................................................................230

18 SBU UNIT: UTZ549 Unit Software ......................................................................... 231


18.1 Version 2.2.................................................................................................................................................231 18.2 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................231 18.3 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................232

19 SCO Module: DPZ652 DSP Software .................................................................... 233


19.1 Version 4.1.................................................................................................................................................233 19.2 Version 3.1.................................................................................................................................................234 19.3 Version 1.4.................................................................................................................................................234 19.4 Version 1.3.................................................................................................................................................235 19.5 Version 1.1.................................................................................................................................................235

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20 SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software ..................................................................... 237


20.1 Version 2.6.................................................................................................................................................237 20.2 Version 2.2.................................................................................................................................................238 20.3 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................238 20.4 Version 1.18...............................................................................................................................................239 20.5 Version 1.14...............................................................................................................................................239 20.6 Version 1.13...............................................................................................................................................240 20.7 Version 1.12...............................................................................................................................................241 20.8 Version 1.11...............................................................................................................................................242 20.9 Version 1.10...............................................................................................................................................243 20.10 Version 1.6...............................................................................................................................................244 20.11 Version 1.3...............................................................................................................................................245 20.12 Version 1.2...............................................................................................................................................246 20.13 Version 1.1...............................................................................................................................................246 20.14 Version 1.0...............................................................................................................................................247

21 SXU-A and SXU-B Units: SXZ282 Unit Software.................................................. 248


21.1 Version 10.6...............................................................................................................................................248 21.2 Version 10.5...............................................................................................................................................249 21.3 Version 10.4...............................................................................................................................................250 21.4 Version 10.3...............................................................................................................................................251 21.5 Version 10.2...............................................................................................................................................252 21.6 Version 10.1...............................................................................................................................................253 21.7 Version 10.0...............................................................................................................................................254 21.8 Version 6.11...............................................................................................................................................255 21.9 Version 6.10...............................................................................................................................................255 21.10 Version 6.9...............................................................................................................................................256 21.11 Version 6.8...............................................................................................................................................257 21.12 Version 6.7...............................................................................................................................................259 21.13 Version 6.6...............................................................................................................................................259 21.14 Version 6.5...............................................................................................................................................261 21.15 Version 6.3...............................................................................................................................................263 21.16 Version 6.2...............................................................................................................................................265 21.17 Version 6.1...............................................................................................................................................267 21.18 Version 6.0...............................................................................................................................................269 21.19 Version 5.9...............................................................................................................................................271 21.20 Version 5.8...............................................................................................................................................273 21.21 Version 5.7...............................................................................................................................................275 21.22 Version 5.6...............................................................................................................................................277 21.23 Version 5.5...............................................................................................................................................279

22 SXU-C Unit: SXZ289 Unit Software ....................................................................... 282


22.1 Version 10.2...............................................................................................................................................282 22.2 Version 10.1...............................................................................................................................................282 22.3 Version 10.0...............................................................................................................................................283

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22.4 Version 2.13...............................................................................................................................................283 22.5 Version 2.12...............................................................................................................................................284 22.6 Version 2.11...............................................................................................................................................284 22.7 Version 2.10...............................................................................................................................................285 22.8 Version 2.9.................................................................................................................................................285 22.9 Version 2.8.................................................................................................................................................285 22.10 Version 2.7...............................................................................................................................................286 22.11 Version 2.6...............................................................................................................................................287 22.12 Version 2.5...............................................................................................................................................288 22.13 Version 2.4...............................................................................................................................................289 22.14 Version 2.3...............................................................................................................................................290

23 Tellabs 8110 CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ674 Unit Software......... 292
23.1 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................292 23.2 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................293

24 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S, CTE-S/208, CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: DPZ653 DSP Software .......................................................................................................... 294
24.1 Version 3.3.................................................................................................................................................294 24.2 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................295 24.3 Version 1.3.................................................................................................................................................296

25 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 SHDSL NTU: DPZ654 DSP Software ........................ 297
25.1 Version 3.3.................................................................................................................................................297 25.2 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................298 25.3 Version 1.3.................................................................................................................................................299

26 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S and CTE-S/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ673 Unit Software ......... 300
26.1 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................300 26.2 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................301 26.3 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................302

27 Tellabs 8110 CTU-512 HDSL NTU: SBZ672 Unit Software .................................. 303
27.1 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................303 27.2 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................304 27.3 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................305 27.4 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................306

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28 Tellabs 8110 CTU-R HDSL, Tellabs 8110 CTE-R SHDSL, Tellabs 8110 CTER/208 SHDSL and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M SHDSL NTUs: SBZ670 Unit Software307
28.1 Version 4.4.................................................................................................................................................307 28.2 Version 4.3.................................................................................................................................................309 28.3 Version 4.2.................................................................................................................................................310 28.4 Version 4.1.................................................................................................................................................311 28.5 Version 4.0.................................................................................................................................................312 28.6 Version 3.2.................................................................................................................................................314 28.7 Version 3.1.................................................................................................................................................315 28.8 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................315 28.9 Version 2.4.................................................................................................................................................316 28.10 Version 2.3...............................................................................................................................................317 28.11 Version 2.2...............................................................................................................................................317 28.12 Version 2.1...............................................................................................................................................317 28.13 Version 2.0...............................................................................................................................................318 28.14 Version 1.8...............................................................................................................................................318 28.15 Version 1.7...............................................................................................................................................318 28.16 Version 1.6...............................................................................................................................................318 28.17 Version 1.5...............................................................................................................................................319 28.18 Version 1.4...............................................................................................................................................319

29 Tellabs 8110 CTU-R HDSL NTU: SBZ671 Unit Software ..................................... 320
29.1 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................320 29.2 Version 1.4.................................................................................................................................................321 29.3 Version 1.3.................................................................................................................................................322 29.4 Version 1.2.................................................................................................................................................323 29.5 Version 1.1.................................................................................................................................................324

30 Tellabs 8110 CTU-S HDSL NTU: SBZ605 Unit Software...................................... 325


30.1 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................325 30.2 Version 2.0.................................................................................................................................................326 30.3 Version 1.1.................................................................................................................................................327 30.4 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................328

31 Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU: SBZ792 Unit Software ............................................ 329


31.1 Version 1.1.................................................................................................................................................329 31.2 Version 1.0.................................................................................................................................................330

32 Tellabs 8120 Mini Node M: SMZ414 Unit Software .............................................. 331


32.1 Version 5.0.................................................................................................................................................331

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32.2 Version 4.6.................................................................................................................................................332 32.3 Version 4.4.................................................................................................................................................332 32.4 Version 4.3.................................................................................................................................................333 32.5 Version 4.1.................................................................................................................................................333 32.6 Version 4.0.................................................................................................................................................334 32.7 Version 3.3.................................................................................................................................................336 32.8 Version 3.2.................................................................................................................................................337 32.9 Version 3.1.................................................................................................................................................338

33 Tellabs 8130 Micro Node (SMH-U): SMZ533 Unit Software................................. 340


33.1 Version 2.2.................................................................................................................................................340 33.2 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................340

34 VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software .................................................................. 341


34.1 Version 10.2...............................................................................................................................................341 34.2 Version 10.1...............................................................................................................................................342 34.3 Version 10.0...............................................................................................................................................343 34.4 Version 2.14...............................................................................................................................................343 34.5 Version 2.13...............................................................................................................................................344 34.6 Version 2.12...............................................................................................................................................344 34.7 Version 2.11...............................................................................................................................................345 34.8 Version 2.10...............................................................................................................................................345 34.9 Version 2.9.................................................................................................................................................346 34.10 Version 2.8...............................................................................................................................................346 34.11 Version 2.7...............................................................................................................................................347 34.12 Version 2.6...............................................................................................................................................347 34.13 Version 2.5...............................................................................................................................................348 34.14 Version 2.4...............................................................................................................................................348 34.15 Version 2.3...............................................................................................................................................349 34.16 Version 2.0...............................................................................................................................................349

35 XCG Unit: SMZ538 Unit Software .......................................................................... 351


35.1 Version 3.5.................................................................................................................................................351 35.2 Version 3.4.................................................................................................................................................352 35.3 Version 3.3.................................................................................................................................................353 35.4 Version 3.2.................................................................................................................................................354 35.5 Version 3.1.................................................................................................................................................355 35.6 Version 3.0.................................................................................................................................................356 35.7 Version 2.3.................................................................................................................................................357 35.8 Version 2.2.................................................................................................................................................358 35.9 Version 2.1.................................................................................................................................................359 35.10 Version 2.0...............................................................................................................................................360 35.11 Version 1.0...............................................................................................................................................361

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36 Unit Software Version Dependencies in Discontinued Products ...................... 363


36.1 AIU Unit: ABZ531 Unit Software .............................................................................................................363 36.1.1 Version 1.3........................................................................................................................................363 36.1.2 Version 1.2........................................................................................................................................364 36.1.3 Version 1.1........................................................................................................................................365 36.1.4 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................366 36.2 AIU Unit/Module ACP514: ACZ7000 Boot Software ..............................................................................367 36.2.1 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................367 36.3 AIU Unit: ACZ7001 Unit Software ...........................................................................................................367 36.3.1 Version 1.5........................................................................................................................................367 36.3.2 Version 1.4........................................................................................................................................368 36.3.3 Version 1.3........................................................................................................................................369 36.3.4 Version 1.2........................................................................................................................................370 36.3.5 Version 1.1........................................................................................................................................371 36.3.6 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................372 36.4 CCO and CCS Units: CCZ445 Unit Software ...........................................................................................373 36.4.1 Version 1.2........................................................................................................................................373 36.4.2 Version 1.1........................................................................................................................................374 36.4.3 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................374 36.5 CEU Unit: ABP732 Unit Software ............................................................................................................375 36.5.1 Version 1.019....................................................................................................................................375 36.5.2 Version 1.018....................................................................................................................................376 36.6 CEU Unit: ABZ607 Unit Software ............................................................................................................377 36.6.1 Version 2.1........................................................................................................................................377 36.6.2 Version 2.0........................................................................................................................................378 36.6.3 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................379 36.7 CEU Unit: ACZ7004 Unit Software ..........................................................................................................380 36.7.1 Version 2.1........................................................................................................................................380 36.7.2 Version 2.0........................................................................................................................................381 36.7.3 Version 1.0........................................................................................................................................382 36.8 ECS Unit: UBZ439 Unit Software.............................................................................................................383 36.8.1 Version 1.7........................................................................................................................................383 36.9 EPS-5T and EPS-10T Units: UBZ441 Unit Software................................................................................383 36.9.1 Version 3.6........................................................................................................................................383 36.9.2 Version 3.5........................................................................................................................................384 36.9.3 Version 2.6........................................................................................................................................385 36.9.4 Version 2.5........................................................................................................................................385 36.9.5 Version 2.4........................................................................................................................................386 36.9.6 Version 2.0........................................................................................................................................387 36.10 ESO Unit: ESZ8000 Boot Software.........................................................................................................387 36.10.1 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................387 36.11 ESO Unit: ESZ8001 Unit Software .........................................................................................................388 36.11.1 Version 2.9......................................................................................................................................388 36.11.2 Version 2.8......................................................................................................................................389 36.11.3 Version 2.7......................................................................................................................................390 36.11.4 Version 2.6......................................................................................................................................391 36.11.5 Version 2.5......................................................................................................................................391 36.11.6 Version 2.2......................................................................................................................................392 36.11.7 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................392 36.12 ESO Unit: UBZ 536 Unit Software..........................................................................................................393

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36.12.1 Version 2.4......................................................................................................................................393 36.13 FBU Unit: FBZ612 Unit Software ...........................................................................................................394 36.13.1 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................394 36.14 FRU Unit: UBZ534 Unit Software ..........................................................................................................395 36.14.1 Version 1.5......................................................................................................................................395 36.14.2 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................396 36.14.3 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................397 36.14.4 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................398 36.14.5 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................399 36.14.6 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................400 36.15 FRU Unit/Module FRE: FRZ535 Unit Software .....................................................................................401 36.15.1 Version 0.1......................................................................................................................................401 36.15.2 Version 0.7......................................................................................................................................402 36.16 GCH-A Unit: GCZ284A Unit Software...................................................................................................403 36.16.1 Version 2.12....................................................................................................................................403 36.16.2 Version 2.11....................................................................................................................................403 36.16.3 Version 2.10....................................................................................................................................404 36.16.4 Version 2.9......................................................................................................................................404 36.16.5 Version 2.8......................................................................................................................................405 36.16.6 Version 2.7......................................................................................................................................405 36.16.7 Version 2.6......................................................................................................................................405 36.16.8 Version 2.5......................................................................................................................................406 36.16.9 Version 2.4......................................................................................................................................406 36.16.10 Version 2.3....................................................................................................................................406 36.16.11 Version 2.0....................................................................................................................................407 36.17 GMU-M Unit: GMZ546 Unit Software ...................................................................................................408 36.17.1 Version 10.0....................................................................................................................................408 36.18 GMU-M Unit: GMZ547 Unit Software ...................................................................................................409 36.18.1 Version 10.0....................................................................................................................................409 36.19 ISD-LT and ISD-NT Units: UBZ532 Unit Software ...............................................................................410 36.19.1 Version 1.5......................................................................................................................................410 36.19.2 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................411 36.19.3 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................411 36.19.4 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................412 36.19.5 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................412 36.19.6 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................413 36.20 ISD-LT16 Unit: IBZ610 Unit Software ...................................................................................................414 36.20.1 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................414 36.21 IUM-5T, IUM-10T and IUM-8 Units: UBZ436 Unit Software ............................................................... 415 36.21.1 Version 3.2......................................................................................................................................415 36.21.2 Version 3.1......................................................................................................................................416 36.21.3 Version 3.0......................................................................................................................................417 36.21.4 Version 2.8......................................................................................................................................418 36.21.5 Version 2.7......................................................................................................................................419 36.21.6 Version 2.6......................................................................................................................................420 36.21.7 Version 2.5......................................................................................................................................421 36.21.8 Version 2.4......................................................................................................................................422 36.21.9 Version 2.3......................................................................................................................................422 36.21.10 Version 2.2....................................................................................................................................423 36.21.11 Version 2.1....................................................................................................................................423 36.21.12 Version 2.0....................................................................................................................................424

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36.21.13 Version 1.3....................................................................................................................................424 36.21.14 Version 1.1....................................................................................................................................425 36.21.15 Version 1.0....................................................................................................................................425 36.22 LIU-H Unit (ERH581 Module): ERZ550 Unit Software ......................................................................... 427 36.22.1 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................427 36.22.2 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................428 36.22.3 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................429 36.22.4 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................430 36.22.5 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................431 36.23 LIU-H Unit: UBZ543 Unit Software .......................................................................................................432 36.23.1 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................432 36.23.2 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................433 36.23.3 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................433 36.24 NTU-2M Unit: SBZ542 Unit Software....................................................................................................434 36.24.1 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................434 36.24.2 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................434 36.25 SBM 384A NTU: SBA380 Unit Software ...............................................................................................435 36.25.1 Version 1.5......................................................................................................................................435 36.25.2 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................435 36.25.3 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................435 36.25.4 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................436 36.25.5 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................436 36.26 SBM 384E NTU: SBE380 Unit Software ................................................................................................437 36.26.1 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................437 36.26.2 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................437 36.27 SBM 64A NTU: SBA381 Unit Software .................................................................................................438 36.27.1 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................438 36.27.2 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................438 36.27.3 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................439 36.27.4 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................439 36.28 SBM 64E NTU: SBE381 Unit Software..................................................................................................440 36.28.1 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................440 36.28.2 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................440 36.29 SBM 768A NTU: SBA382 Unit Software ...............................................................................................441 36.29.1 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................441 36.29.2 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................441 36.29.3 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................442 36.29.4 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................442 36.30 SCP Module: SCZ281 Unit Software ......................................................................................................443 36.30.1 Version 3.3......................................................................................................................................443 36.30.2 Version 3.2......................................................................................................................................444 36.30.3 Version 3.1......................................................................................................................................444 36.30.4 Version 3.0......................................................................................................................................445 36.30.5 Version 2.0......................................................................................................................................445 36.31 SCU Unit: SCZ280 Unit Software ...........................................................................................................446 36.31.1 Version 8.6......................................................................................................................................446 36.31.2 Version 8.54....................................................................................................................................446 36.31.3 Version 8.5......................................................................................................................................447 36.31.4 Version 8.4......................................................................................................................................448 36.31.5 Version 8.3......................................................................................................................................448 36.31.6 Version 8.2......................................................................................................................................449

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36.31.7 Version 8.1......................................................................................................................................450 36.31.8 Version 8.0......................................................................................................................................451 36.31.9 Version 7.6......................................................................................................................................452 36.31.10 Version 7.5....................................................................................................................................453 36.32 STU-56 DSL NTU: SBZ388 Unit Software ............................................................................................454 36.32.1 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................454 36.32.2 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................454 36.33 STU-1088/2048 NTU: SBZ384 Unit Software ........................................................................................455 36.33.1 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................455 36.33.2 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................455 36.33.3 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................456 36.33.4 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................457 36.33.5 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................458 36.34 SXU-V Unit: ESZ8003 Unit Software.....................................................................................................459 36.34.1 Version 1.11....................................................................................................................................459 36.34.2 Version 1.10....................................................................................................................................460 36.34.3 Version 1.8......................................................................................................................................460 36.34.4 Version 1.7......................................................................................................................................461 36.34.5 Version 1.6......................................................................................................................................461 36.34.6 Version 1.5......................................................................................................................................462 36.34.7 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................462 36.34.8 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................462 36.34.9 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................462 36.34.10 Version 1.1....................................................................................................................................462 36.35 SXU-V Unit: SXZ630 Unit Software ......................................................................................................463 36.35.1 Version 2.1......................................................................................................................................463 36.35.2 Version 2.0......................................................................................................................................464 36.35.3 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................465 36.35.4 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................465 36.35.5 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................465 36.35.6 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................466 36.36 Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M NTU: SBZ389 Unit Software .............................................................................467 36.36.1 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................467 36.37 Tellabs 8110 STU-160 DSL NTU: SBZ385 Unit Software ..................................................................... 468 36.37.1 Version 2.2......................................................................................................................................468 36.37.2 Version 2.1......................................................................................................................................469 36.37.3 Version 2.0......................................................................................................................................470 36.37.4 Version 1.8......................................................................................................................................471 36.37.5 Version 1.7......................................................................................................................................472 36.37.6 Version 1.6......................................................................................................................................473 36.37.7 Version 1.5......................................................................................................................................474 36.37.8 Version 1.4......................................................................................................................................475 36.37.9 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................476 36.37.10 Version 1.2....................................................................................................................................476 36.37.11 Version 1.1....................................................................................................................................477 36.37.12 Version 1.0....................................................................................................................................478 36.38 Tellabs 8110 STU-320/576/1088-2W/2304 SDSL NTUs: SBZ387 Unit Software ................................. 480 36.38.1 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................480 36.38.2 Version 1.2......................................................................................................................................481 36.38.3 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................482 36.38.4 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................483

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36.39 Tellabs 8120 Mini Node PM: SMZ611 Unit Software ............................................................................484 36.39.1 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................484 36.39.2 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................484 36.40 Tellabs 8120 Mini Node V, VM, C, VG and E: SMZ430 Unit Software.................................................485 36.40.1 Version 2.3......................................................................................................................................485 36.40.2 Version 2.1......................................................................................................................................485 36.40.3 Version 2.0......................................................................................................................................486 36.40.4 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................487 36.41 VMM Unit: VMZ295 Unit Software .......................................................................................................489 36.41.1 Version 1.3......................................................................................................................................489 36.41.2 Version 1.1......................................................................................................................................489 36.41.3 Version 1.0......................................................................................................................................489

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1 General
This Unit Software Version Dependencies manual consists of the unit software release notes of different common units (control units and cross-connect units), interface units, nodes and network terminating units (NTUs) in the Tellabs 8100 managed access system. At the beginning of the manual there is an interrelations table where you can find version dependencies information in a compact form. (See Chapter 1.1 for more details on the table.) The same information can be found in the relevant unit software description in a more detailed format. Each following chapter defines the features of different unit software, their versions and the version dependencies between e.g. unit software and base unit hardware. Each unit software chapter follows the same structure:

The chapter heading gives the name of the unit and the name of the unit software in question. Some general information of the unit(s) and unit software is given. The chapter is divided in subchapters according to different versions. The latest version is always described first. Under every unit software version there are three to four items; enhancements and fixed bugs (if applicable), dependencies, restrictions and bugs.

The following utterances are used in the release notes.


The text No known bugs means that there are no bugs known to Tellabs Oy. The text No restrictions under version information means that there are no restrictions when using this version of software. In old release notes, the text No dependencies under version information means that all production hardware versions have been compatible at the time.

If you have base unit versions in your network that are not mentioned in this document, they may be sample or prototype units preceding actual production units. They may, in some cases, cause problems. If this is the case, please, contact Tellabs Oy.

If you have unit software versions in your network that are missing from this document, they are most probably sample or prototype versions. They can also be versions currently regarded inadequate and consequently taken out of production. If this is the case, please, contact Tellabs Oy.

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1.1 Interrelations
The interrelations table below shows in compact form dependencies between Tellabs 8100 unit software. See the release note of a relevant network element for more information. Note that only the official production versions of the software are listed in the table.
Rows marked in bold indicate SW products in production.

The meaning of the different columns and notations are described below. Basic Data consists of the following columns.
Column Tellabs 8100 Network Elements Base Units HW Version Unit SW USW Version Description Commercial product name. Hardware base unit where the unit software is downloaded. Hardware version of the base unit. Unit software product code name. Unit software version whose dependencies are described in that row.

Control Unit Data and Cross-Connect Unit Data consist of all Tellabs 8100 control units and cross-connect units so that a particular unit software version supports the widest range of functionalities of the unit software version of a particular horizontal row. Note that XCG is listed under control unit data column although it is both a control and a cross-connect unit. The notations used in the rows of the control and cross-connect unit data are explained in the following table.
Version Indicator Notation Version number Description Strong dependency A specific unit software version is required. In the case of control/cross-connect units, the unit concerned is protected. Weak dependency Any version of the unit software is compatible. No dependency There is no logical connection. A particular network element is not required. In the case of control/cross-connect units, the unit concerned is not protected.

Word Any Hyphen (-)

Other Data consists of information on dependencies between the unit software version of the particular row and software of other units (product code and version are indicated), and dependencies between the unit software version of the particular row and Tellabs 8000 network manager releases. The first Tellabs 8000 manager release that supports all functionality of the product is indicated. (Note that MartisDXX Manager is referred to as Tellabs 8100 manager in R13 or higher and Tellabs 8000 manager in R15 or higher.)
A unit software version may work with an earlier or later version of another software; this information can be found in the release note of the unit software.

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements AIU AIU AIU AIU AIU1:1/ AIU1:4 Base Units ABU257 ABU257 ABU257 ABU257 ACP514 HW Vers. 1.0/3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.5 CCU SW 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 XCG SW 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW 10.1 10.1 10.1 10.1 10.1

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 GMX2 SW Any Any SXUA/B SW 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 SXU-C SW 2.11 2.11 2.11 2.11 2.11 SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 9.0A SP3 9.0A SP3 9.0A SP3 9.0A SP3 9.0A SP3

ABZ531 ABZ531 ABZ531 ABZ531 ACZ7001

ACZ7001 1.2 ACZ7001 1.2 ACZ7001 1.2 ACZ7001 1.1 ABP551 HW 1.0 ABP551 2.6 ABP513 HW 1.0 ABP513 1.2 ABZ531 1.0 ACZ7000 1.0 ABP551 HW 1.0 ABP551 2.6 ABP513 1.2 ACZ7000 1.0 ACZ7000 1.0 ACZ7000 1.0

AIU1:1/ AIU1:4

ACP514

1.0

ACZ7001

1.4

2.4

3.1

8.4

1.10

2.0

10.1

3.5

6.9

2.11

9.0A SP3

AIU1:1/ AIU1:4 AIU1:1/ AIU1:4 CAE CCO/CCS

ACP514 ACP514 CAE224 CAE258/ CAE227

1.0 1.0 3.0 1.0

ACZ7001 ACZ7001 CAZ287 CCZ445

1.3 1.2 2.2 1.2

2.4 2.4 -

3.1 3.1 Any 3.1

8.4 8.4 Any 8.4

1.10 1.10 1.6 1.6

2.0 2.0 Any Any

10.1 10.1 -

3.5 3.5 3.8 -

Any -

6.9 6.9 5.7 5.7

2.11 2.11 -

1.1 -

9.0A SP3 9.0A SP3 8.0 8.0

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CCS-UNI CCS-UNI CCS-UNI CCS-UNI CCO-UNI/ CCS-UNI CCO-UNI/ CCS-UNI CCU CCU CCU CCU CEU CEU CEU Base Units PBU560 PBU560 PBU560 PBU560 PBU560 PBU560 SCU210 SCU210 SCU210 SCU210 ABP732 ABP732 ABU257 HW Vers. 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 2.0 1.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.2 1.0 1.0 2.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 5.8 5.7 5.2 4.0 2.0 1.0 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.2 1.019 1.018 2.0 CCU SW 2.5 2.5 2.5

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.10 1.10 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.10 1.10 1.10 XCG SW 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW Any Any Any Any 10.1 10.1 10.1

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.17 3.17 3.17 3.17 3.8 3.8 3.15 3.15 3.15 GMX2 SW Any Any Any Any SXUA/B SW Any Any Any Any Any Any 6.9 6.9 6.9 SXU-C SW 2.11 2.11 2.11 SXU-V SW 2.1 2.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP2 11 SP1 11 SP1 10.1A 10.1A 10.1A 10.1A 10.1A ACZ7004 1.0 ABZ607 1.0 ACZ7004 1.0 ABZ607 1.0 ACZ7004 2.0 ABP732 1.018 12 12 12A

CCZ539 CCZ539 CCZ539 CCZ539 CCZ539 CCZ539 SCZ286 SCZ286 SCZ286 SCZ286 ABP732 ABP732 ABZ607

ESZ8003 1.8 ESZ8003 1.8 ESZ8003 1.1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CEU CEU CEU CTE-R CTE-R/208 CTE-R Base Units ABU257 ACP735 ACP735 CTE689 CTE807 CTE689 HW Vers. 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 CCU SW 2.5 2.5 2.5 -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.10 1.10 1.10 XCG SW 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW 10.1 10.1 10.1 -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.15 3.15 3.15 GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW 6.9 6.9 6.9 SXU-C SW 2.11 2.11 2.11 SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 1.1 -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12 12A 12 15A

ABZ607 ACZ7004 ACZ7004 SBZ674

ACZ7004 1.0 ABP732 1.018 ABZ607 2.0 ABP732 1.018 ABZ607 1.0 ABP732 1.018 DPZ653 3.0 SBZ670 3.0 OMZ675 3.0 EMZ642 1.0 DPZ653 1.3 SBZ670 3.0 OMZ675 1.2 EMZ642 1.0 SBZ673 3.0 OMZ675 3.0

1.0

SBZ674

1.0

13A SP1

CTE-R CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21 CTE-R/208 CTE-S/208 V.35 CTE-S/208 V.36 CTE-S/208 X.21 CTE-R CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21

CTE689 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686 CTE807 CTE803 CTE806 CTE804 CTE689 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686

1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

DPZ653

3.3

15A

DPZ653

2.0

SBZ670 3.0 SBZ673 2.0 SBZ674 1.0 OMZ675 1.2 EMZ642 1.0

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CTE-R CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S/208 G.703 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21 CTE-S/208 G.703 CTE-S/208 V.35 CTE-S/208 V.36 CTE-S/208 X.21 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21 CTE-S G.703 CTE-S V.35 CTE-S V.36 CTE-S X.21 Base Units CTE689 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686 CTE687 CTE805 CTE687 CTE687 CTE687 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686 CTE805 CTE803 CTE806 CTE804 CTE687 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686 CTE687 CTE685 CTE688 CTE686 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 SBZ673 2.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.3 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 13

DPZ653

DPZ654 DPZ654 DPZ654 SBZ673

3.3 2.0 1.3 3.0

SBZ670 3.0 SBZ673 1.0 SBZ674 1.0 OMZ675 1.2 EMZ642 1.0 SBZ673 3.0 OMZ675 3.0 SBZ673 2.0 OMZ675 1.2 EMZ642 1.0 SBZ673 1.0 OMZ675 1.2 EMZ642 1.0 OMZ675 3.0 DPZ653 3.0 DPZ654 3.0

15A 13 13 15A

OMZ675 1.2 DPZ653 1.1 DPZ654 1.1 OMZ675 1.2 DPZ653 1.1 DPZ654 1.1

13

SBZ673

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CTU-512 V.35 CTU-512 X.21 CTU-512 V.35 CTU-512 X.21 CTU-512 V.35 CTU-512 X.21 CTU-512 V.35 CTU-512 X.21

Control Unit Data Unit SW USW Vers. 3.0 CCU SW SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 14

Base Units CTU680 CTU681 CTU680 CTU681 CTU680 CTU681 CTU680 CTU681 CTU399 CTE689 CTE807 STE790 CTU399 CTE689 CTE807 STE790 CTU399 CTE689 CTE807 STE790 CTU399 CTE689 STE790

HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0

SBZ672

GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 2.0 DPZ653 3.0 SBZ792 1.0 DPZ794 1.0 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 2.0 DPZ653 3.0 SBZ792 1.0 DPZ794 1.0 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 2.0 DPZ653 3.0 SBZ792 1.0 DPZ794 1.0 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 1.0 DPZ653 1.3 SBZ792 1.0 DPZ794 1.0

SBZ672 SBZ672 SBZ672 SBZ670

2.1 2.0 1.0 4.4

14 14 12A 16 SP1

CTU-R CTE-R CTE-R/208 STE-10M CTU-R CTE-R CTE-R/208 STE-10M CTU-R CTE-R CTE-R/208 STE-10M CTU-R CTE-R STE-10M

SBZ670

4.3

15B

SBZ670

4.2

15A

SBZ670

4.1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CTU-R CTE-R STE-10M CTU-R CTE-R CTU-R CTE-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R CTU-R Base Units CTU399 CTE689 STE790 CTU399 CTE689 CTU399 CTE689 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 CTU399 HW Vers. 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 4.0 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 14A 3P1

SBZ670

SBZ670 SBZ670 SBZ670 SBZ670 SBZ670 SBZ670 SBZ671 SBZ671 SBZ671 SBZ671

3.2 3.0 2.4 2.3 1.8 1.5 2.0 1.4 1.3 1.2

SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 1.0 DPZ653 1.3 SBZ792 1.0 DPZ794 1.0 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 1.0 DPZ653 1.3 SBZ671 1.3 SBZ674 1.0 DPZ653 1.3 SBZ671 1.2 SBZ671 1.2 SBZ671 1.1 SBZ671 1.1 SBZ670 1.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 SBZ670 1.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 SBZ670 1.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 SBZ670 1.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5

13A SP1 13A SP1 13 SP1 13 SP1 12 SP1 12 SP1 14 14 12 SP1 12 SP1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CTU-R CTU-S G703 CTU-S V.35 CTU-S X.21 CTU-S G703 CTU-S V.35 CTU-S X.21 CTU-S G703 CTU-S V.35 CTU-S X.21 CTU-S G.703 CTU-S V.35 CTU-S X.21 CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M Base Units CTU399 CTU397 CTU395 CTU396 CTU397 CTU395 CTU396 CTU397 CTU395 CTU396 CTU397 CTU395 CTU396 CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 <5.0 <5.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.1 3.0 2.0 1.1 1.0 10.6 10.4 10.3 10.2 10.1 2.17 2.15 CCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW 10.6 10.4 10.3 10.2 10.1 2.17 2.15

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12 SP1 14 14 11 SP2 11 SP2 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12

SBZ671 SBZ605 SBZ605 SBZ605 SBZ605 SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288

SBZ670 1.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 GMZ283 10.0 QMZ540 10.5

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements CXU-M CXU-M CXU-M E3C EAE/ ADPCM ECS-5T ECS-10T EPS-5T EPS-5T EPS-10T EPS-5T EPS-10T EPS-5T EPS-10T ESO ESO Base Units CXU212 CXU212 CXU212 GPT782 EAE229 UBU254 UBU256 + ECS440 UBU254 + EPS442 UBU254 UBU256 + EPS442 UBU254 UBU256 + EPS442 UBU254 UBU256 + EPS442 ESO570 ESO570 HW Vers. <5.0 <5.0 <5.0 1.0 1.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 2.14 2.13 2.12 1.0 1.1 1.7 3.6 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.9 2.7 CCU SW Any Any Any Any -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 Any Any Any Any Any Any 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.0 Any Any Any Any Any 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any CXUM SW 2.14 2.13 2.12 Any -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any GMX2 SW Any SXUA/B SW Any Any Any 10.2 10.2 10.1 10.1 6.9 6.9 SXU-C SW 2.10 2.10 2.10 Any SXU-V SW Any 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 PDF593 HW 2.0

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 13 8.0 9.0 10.1A 10.0A SP2 10.0A SP2 10.0A SP2 UBZ536 2.4 ESZ8000 1.4 GMZ283 6.9 UBZ536 2.4 ESZ8000 1.4 GMZ283 6.9 10.0A 10.0A

SXZ288 SXZ288 SXZ288 GPZ641 EAZ418 UBZ439 UBZ441 UBZ441 UBZ441 UBZ441 ESZ8001 ESZ8001

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements ESO ESO ESU Base Units ESO570 UBU254 ESU783/ ESM784 HW Vers. 1.0 2.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 2.6 2.4 1.12 CCU SW Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 XCG SW Any Any 3.5 CXUM SW Any

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 4.1 GMX2 SW Any SXUA/B SW 6.9 6.9 10.5 SXU-C SW Any SXU-V SW 1.1 Any

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 10.0A 10.0A 15

ESZ8001 UBZ536 EMZ642

ESU

ESU783/ ESM784

1.0

EMZ642

1.11

Any

3.1

8.4

1.6

3.5

Any

4.1

Any

10.5

Any

Any

UBZ536 2.4 ESZ8000 1.4 GMZ283 6.9 ESZ8001 2.5 GMZ283 6.9 UBZ534 1.0 GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0; SCO785 HW 3.1 GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0; SCO785 HW 3.1

15

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements ESU Base Units ESU783/ ESM784 HW Vers. 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.10 CCU SW Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 XCG SW 3.5 CXUM SW Any

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 4.1 GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW 10.5 SXU-C SW Any SXU-V SW Any

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 14 SP3

EMZ642

ESU

ESU783/ ESM784

1.0

EMZ642

1.9

Any

3.1

8.4

1.6

3.5

Any

4.1

10.5

Any

Any

ESU

ESU783/ ESM784

1.0

EMZ642

1.8

Any

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

3.19

Any

Any

Any

GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0 GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0 GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0

14 SP3

14 SP1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements ESU Base Units ESU783/ ESM784 HW Vers. 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.7 CCU SW Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 CXUM SW Any

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.19 GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW Any SXU-C SW Any SXU-V SW Any

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 14 SP1

EMZ642

ESU

ESU783/ ESM784

1.0

EMZ642

1.3

Any

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

3.18

Any

Any

Any

GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0 GMZ460/461 1.7 with GMU450 HW 2.0; GMZ460/461 1.179 with GMU450 HW 1.0 SBZ674 1.0
S35755.01.A0

13A SP1

FBU FRU FRU FRU FRU FRU

FBU763 UBU259 UBU259 UBU259 UBU259 UBU259

1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

FBZ612 UBZ534 UBZ534 UBZ534 UBZ534 UBZ534

1.2 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0

Any 2.2 2.2 -

3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1

8.0 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4

1.6 1.10 1.10 1.6 1.6 1.6

2.0 -

10.1 2.12 2.12 2.10 2.7 2.7

3.8 3.2 3.2 Any Any Any

Any Any -

6.5 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9

2.7 2.11 2.11 2.8 2.8 2.8

Any 1.1 -

C1.0 FRZ535 0.1 GMZ283 6.9 FRZ535 0.1 GMZ283 6.9 FRZ535 0.7 GMZ283 6.9 FRZ535 0.7 GMZ283 6.9 FRZ535 0.7 GMZ283 6.9

12A SP1 11 SP3 11 SP2 9.0B SP6 9.0B SP6 9.0B SP6

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements FRU FRU GCH-A GCH GMH GMH GMH GMH GMH GMM GMM GMM GMM Base Units FRE515 FRE515 GCH221A GCH221 GMH220 GMH220 GMH220 GMH220 GMH220 GMM253 GMM253 GMM253 GMM253 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 3.04.0 1.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 1.x 1.x 1.x 1.x Unit SW USW Vers. 0.1 0.7 2.12 1.9 10.2 10.1 10.0 6.10 6.9 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 CCU SW 2.2 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.0 8.0 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any XCG SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any CXUM SW 2.10 2.7 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any GMX2 SW Any Any Any Any SXUA/B SW 6.9 6.9 5.4 5.4 Any Any Any Any Any 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 SXU-C SW 2.8 2.8 Any Any Any Any Any 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 9.0B SP6 9.0B SP6 8.0 8.0 12 12 10.0 10.0 10.0 GDM 298 HW 1.x GDM 298 HW 1.x GDM 298 HW 1.x GDM 298 HW 1.x 8.0A 8.0A 8.0A 8.0A

FRZ535 FRZ535 GCZ284A GCZ284 GMZ283 GMZ283 GMZ283 GMZ283 GMZ283 GMZ438 GMZ438 GMZ438 GMZ438

UBZ534 1.0 GMZ283 6.9 UBZ534 1.0 GMZ283 6.9

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements GMU GMU-A GMU GMU-A GMU GMU-A GMU GMU GMU-A GMU GMU-A GMU GMU GMU-A GMU GMU-A Base Units GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.11 1.10 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 CCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.4 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 XCG SW 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 CXUM SW 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any GMX2 SW Any Any Any SXUA/B SW 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 SXU-C SW 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP3 10.0 10.0 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP3 12A SP3

GMZ460 GMZ460 GMZ460 GMZ460 GMZ460 GMZ461 GMZ461 GMZ461 GMZ461 GMZ461 GMZ461

DSU453 HW 1.0/2.0 GMZ461 1.8 DSU453 HW 1.0/2.0 GMZ461 1.7 DSU453 HW 1.0/2.0 GMZ461 1.6 GMZ461 1.5 GMZ461 1.4 DSU453 HW 2.0 GMZ460 1.8 DSU453 HW 1.0 GMZ460 1.8 DSU453 HW 2.0 GMZ460 1.8 DSU453 HW 1.0 GMZ460 1.8 DSU453 HW 1.0/2.0 GMZ460 1.7 DSU453 HW 1.0/2.0 GMZ460 1.6

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements GMU GMU GMU-M GMU-M GMX GMX GMX GMX GMX Base Units GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMU450 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.5 1.4 10.0 10.0 4.6 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.1 Do not use!!! 3.24 3.22 3.21 CCU SW Any Any Any Any -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.11 XCG SW 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 CXUM SW 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any Any Any Any 4.6/ 3.24 4.4/ 3.22 4.3/ 3.21 4.2 4.1 GMX2 SW Any SXUA/B SW 6.8 6.8 6.9 6.9 SXU-C SW 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 SXU-V SW 1.1 -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4

GMZ461 GMZ461 GMZ546 GMZ547 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544

GMZ460 1.5 GMZ460 1.4 GMZ547 10.0 GMZ546 10.0

GMX GMX GMX

GMX588 GMX588 GMX588

1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0

GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544

1.11 1.11 1.11

3.24/ 4.6 3.22/ 4.4 3.21/ 4.3

11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements GMX GMX GMX GMX GMX GMX GMX GMX2 GMX2 GMX2 GMX2 GMX2 HTU-2M Base Units GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX588 GMX811 GMX811 GMX811 GMX811 GMX811 HTU329 HW Vers. 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 3.19 3.18 3.17 3.15 3.8 3.5 3.2 1.21 1.20 1.18 1.16 1.15 1.0 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.6/1.18 2.6/1.18 2.6/1.18 2.6/1.18 2.6/1.18 XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.19 3.18 3.17 3.15 3.8 3.5 3.2 GMX2 SW 1.21 1.20 1.18 1.16 1.15 SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP4 11 SP2 10.1A 10.1A 16A SP2 16A SP2 16A SP2 16A SP2 16A SP2 GMZ238 10.0 QMZ540 10.5 10.1A

GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ544 GMZ802 GMZ802 GMZ802 GMZ802 GMZ802 SBZ389

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements ISD-LT/ ISD-NT ISD-LT/ ISD-NT ISD-LT16 IUM-8 Base Units UBU255/ ISD519/ IUM437 UBU255/ ISD519/ IUM437 IBU726 UBU768 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.5 1.4 1.0 3.2 CCU SW 2.5 -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 3.1 SCU SW 8.0 8.0 8.4 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.10 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW 10.1 -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.8 3.17 Any GMX2 SW Any Any Any SXUA/B SW Any Any Any Any SXU-C SW 10.2 SXU-V SW 1.1 2.1 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 11 SP1 10.1A 12A SP3 SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0 SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0 SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0 SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0 12 SP1

UBZ532 UBZ532 IBZ610 UBZ436

IUM-8

UBU768

2.0

UBZ436

3.1

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

Any

1.1

12 SP1

IUM-8

UBU768

2.0

UBZ436

3.0

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

Any

1.1

12 SP1

IUM-5T/ IUM-10T/ IUM-8

UBU239/ UBU255/ UBU768

2.0 1.0 1.0

UBZ436

2.8

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

Any

1.1

12 SP1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements IUM-5T/ IUM-10T/ IUM-8 Base Units UBU239/ UBU255/ UBU768 HW Vers. 2.0 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 2.7 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.1 SCU SW 8.4 SCU-H SW 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW Any SXU-C SW SXU-V SW 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12 SP1

UBZ436

IUM-5T/ IUM-10T/ IUM-8

UBU239/ UBU255/ UBU768

2.0 1.0 1.0

UBZ436

2.5

3.1

8.4

1.6

2.0

Any

Any

1.1

SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0 SBZ385 1.8 with STU315 HW 4.0 SBZ385 2.1 with STU315 HW 5.0

12 SP1

IUM-5T/ IUM-10T IUM-5T/ IUM-10T LAN Module

UBU239/ UBU255 UBU239/ UBU255 EHI392/ EBH718/ EBH719

2.0 2.0 1.2 1.0 1.0

UBZ436 UBZ436 EHZ541

2.4 2.3 1.2

3.1 3.1 -

8.4 8.4 -

1.6 1.6 -

2.0 2.0 -

Any Any -

Any Any -

SBZ384 1.4 SBZ385 1.5 SBZ387 1.0 SBZ389 1.0 VCZ285A 10.1 SMZ414 5.0 UBZ543 1.1 UBZ543 1.1 UBZ543 1.1 ERZ550 1.2 10.0A 10.0A SP2

LIU-H LIU-H LIU-H LIU-H

UBU714/ ERH581 UBU714/ ERH581 UBU714/ ERH581 UBU714

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

ERZ550 ERZ550 ERZ550 UBZ543

1.4 1.3 1.2 1.2

Any Any Any Any

3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2

8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4

1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6

2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

Any Any Any Any

Any Any Any Any

Any -

Any Any Any Any

Any Any Any Any

1.1 1.1 1.1

10.1A 10.1A 10.1A 10.1A

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements LIU-H NTU-2M OMH/OMHA OMH/OMHA OMH/OMHA OMH OMH QMH QMH QMH QMH QMH QMH Base Units UBU714 STU352 OMH771 OMH771 OMH771 OMH771 OMH771 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 HW Vers. 1.0 1.1 3.0 3.0 3.0 1.0/2.0 1.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.1 1.1 3.3 3.2 3.0 2.0 1.2 10.11 10.10 10.9 10.8 10.7 10.5 CCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.2 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU SW 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.1 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any GMX2 SW Any Any Any Any Any SXUA/B SW Any 10.5 10.5 10.5 10.5 Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-C SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-V SW 1.1 Any Any Any Any Any 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 10.1A 10.0 15A 15A 15A 14 SP3 13 GMZ283 any GMZ283 any GMZ283 any GMZ283 any GMZ283 any GMZ283 any 13 13 13 13 13 12

UBZ543 SBZ542 OMZ675 OMZ675 OMZ675 OMZ675 OMZ675 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540

ERZ550 1.2 GMZ283 6.10 SCO HW 4.0 SCO HW 4.0 SCO HW 4.0 SCO HW 3.1

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements QMH QMH QMH QMH QMH QMH-M SBM 64A SBM 64E SBM 384A SBM 384E SBM 768A SBM 2048C /V/VM/VG SBM 2048E Base Units QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH509 QMH740 SBM311 SBM311 SBM310 SBM310 HBU312 SMU401 SMU501 HW Vers. 3.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0/2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.1 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 10.3 1.6 1.5 1.3 1.1 6.0 1.3 1.3 1.5 1.4 1.4 2.3 2.3 CCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any -

Control Unit Data SCP SW Any Any Any Any SCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 XCG SW 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 CXUM SW Any Any Any Any Any Any -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any Any Any Any Any Any GMX2 SW Any Any SXUA/B SW Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-C SW Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 11 SP1 12 SP1 12 SP1 10.0 10.0 GMZ283 any GCZ284 2.12 GCZ284 2.12 GMZ283 6.5 GMZ283 6.5 GCZ284 2.12 GMZ283 6.1 11 SP1 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 QMZ540 SBA381 SBE381 SBA380 SBE380 SBA382 SMZ430 SMZ430

GMZ283 any GMZ283 any GMZ283 any

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements SBM 2048C /VG/VM SBM 2048M SBM 2048M SBM 2048M SBM 2048PM SBU SBU SCO SCO SCO SCO SCO SCP Base Units SMU747 SMU701 SMU701 SMU401 SMU759 UTU720 UTU720 SCO786 SCO786 SCO785 SCO786 SCO785 SCO786 SCO785 SCO786 SCP211 HW Vers. 6.0 6.1 6.0 5.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 2.3 5.0 4.6 4.4 1.1 2.1 1.0 4.1 3.1 1.4 1.3 1.1 3.3 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW 7.6 SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 3.8 3.8 GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW Any SXU-C SW Any SXU-V SW 1.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 8.0 10.1A SP7 10.1A SP7 10.1A SP7 12 SP2 11 SP2 11 SP2 OMZ675 3.0 OMZ675 2.0 OMZ675 1.2 OMZ675 1.2 OMZ675 1.2 15A 14 SP3 13A SP5 13 13 9.0

SMZ430 SMZ414 SMZ414 SMZ414 SMZ611 UTZ549 UTZ549 DPZ652 DPZ652 DPZ652 DPZ652 DPZ652 SCZ281

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements SCP SCP SCP SCU SCU SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H SCU-H Base Units SCP211 SCP211 SCP211 SCU210 SCU210 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 SCU587/ SCM725 HW Vers. 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.2/4.0 3.2/4.0 2.0 2.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 Unit SW USW Vers. 3.2 3.1 3.0 8.5 8.4 2.6 2.1 1.18 1.14 1.13 1.11 1.10 1.6 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW 3.0 3.0 SCU SW 7.6 7.6 7.6 SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any GMX2 SW Any Any SXUA/B SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-C SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SXU-V SW 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3 10.1A SP3

SCZ281 SCZ281 SCZ281 SCZ280 SCZ280 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545 SCZ545

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements SMH-U (Micro Node) STE-10M Base Units SMH502/ 503/505/506 STE790 HW Vers. 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 2.2 1.1 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW 3.5 CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW 4.1 GMX2 SW Any SXUA/B SW 10.5 SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 9.0 14 SP6

SMZ533 SBZ792

STE-10M

STE790

1.0

SBZ792

1.0

3.5

4.1

10.5

STU-56 STU-160 STU-160 STU-160 STU-160 STU-160

STU325 STU315 STU315 STU315 STU315 STU315

1.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0

SBZ388 SBZ385 SBZ385 SBZ385 SBZ385 SBZ385

1.1 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.8 1.7

DPZ794 1.1 SBZ670 4.0 OMZ675 2.0 OMH HW 1.0 EMZ642 1.10, ESU HW 1.0 SCO HW 3.0 DPZ794 1.0 SBZ670 4.0 OMZ675 2.0, OMH HW 1.0 EMZ642 1.9, ESU HW 1.0 SCO HW 3.0 IUM-5T/10T HW 1.0 UBZ436 2.3 UBZ436 2.3 UBZ436 2.3 UBZ436 2.3 UBZ436 2.3

14 SP3

9.0B 14 10.0A 10.0A 10.0A 10.0A

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Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements STU-160 STU-160


STU-320 STU-576 STU-1088-2W STU-2304 STU-320 STU-576 STU-1088-2W STU-2304

Control Unit Data Unit SW USW Vers. 1.6 1.5 1.3 CCU SW SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 10.0A 10.0A 10.0

Base Units STU315 STU315 STU327 STU328 STU319 STU318 STU327 STU328 STU319 STU318 STU314 STU316 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218

HW Vers. 4.0 4.0 1.0/2.0

SBZ385 SBZ385 SBZ387

UBZ436 2.3 UBZ436 2.3 GMZ283 6.10 QMZ540 10.3 GMZ283 6.10 QMZ540 10.3 GMZ283 6.10

1.0/2.0

SBZ387

1.2

10.0

STU-1088 STU-2048 SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B

1.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

SBZ384 SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ282

1.4 10.6 10.5 10.4 10.3 10.2 10.1 10.0

Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

Any Any Any Any Any Any Any

1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6

10.6 10.5 10.4 10.3 10.2 10.1 10.0

9.0B 13A SP5 13A SP5 13A SP5 13A SP5

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General

Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-A/ SXU-B SXU-C SXU-C SXU-C SXU-C SXU-C SXU-V Base Units SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212/ SXU218 SXU212 SXU212 SXU212 SXU212 SXU212 SXU758 HW Vers. 4.1 4.1 5.0 5.0 4.1 4.1 4.1 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 6.9 6.8 10.2 10.0 2.12 2.11 2.10 2.1 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU SW Any Any Any Any Any Any Any SCU-H SW 1.6 1.6 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.10 XCG SW CXUM SW 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW 6.9 6.8 SXU-C SW 10.2 10.0 2.12 2.11 2.10 SXU-V SW 2.1

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release

SXZ282 SXZ282 SXZ289 SXZ289 SXZ289 SXZ289 SXZ289 SXZ630

9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 9.0B SP12 ESZ8003 1.8 CCZ539 5.4 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5 IBZ610 1.0 ESZ8003 1.0 CCZ539 5.2 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5 SXZ630 2.1 ESZ8002 1.1 CCZ539 5.4 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5 IBZ610 1.0 12 SP2

SXU-V

SXU758

1.0

SXZ630

1.1

1.10

1.1

12 SP2

SXU-V

ESX717

1.0

ESZ8003

1.11

1.10

1.11

12 SP2

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General

Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements SXU-V Base Units ESX717 HW Vers. 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 1.10 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW 1.10 XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW 1.10

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12 SP2

ESZ8003

SXU-V

ESX717

1.0

ESZ8003

1.8

1.10

1.8

SXU-V

ESX717

1.0

ESZ8003

1.1

1.10

1.1

SXZ630 2.1 ESZ8002 1.1 CCZ539 5.4 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5 IBZ610 1.0 SXZ630 2.1 ESZ8002 1.1 CCZ539 5.4 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5 IBZ610 1.0 SXZ630 1.1 ESZ8002 1.1 CCZ539 5.2 GMZ283 10.1 QMZ540 10.5

12 SP2

12 SP2

VCM-5T-A/ VCM-10T-A VCM-5T-A/ VCM-10T-A VCM-5T-A/ VCM-10T-A VCM-5T-A/ VCM-10T-A VMM XCG

VCM222A/ VCM223A VCM222/ VCM223A VCM222/ VCM223A VCM222/ VCM223A VMM249 XCG525

4.1 4.1 4.0 3.03.1 1.0 2.2

VCZ285A VCZ285A VCZ285A VCZ285A VMZ295 SMZ538

10.2 10.1 10.0 2.14 1.3 3.5

Any -

Any Any Any Any Any -

Any Any Any Any Any -

1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 -

Any Any Any Any Any -

Any -

Any Any Any Any -

Any -

5.4 5.4 5.4 5.4 6.9 -

Any -

1.1 1.1 GDH521/ GDH522 HW 1.1

10.1A 10.1A 10.1A 10.1A 8.0 12 SP1

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General

Basic Data Tellabs 8100 Network Elements XCG XCG XCG XCG XCG XCG Base Units XCG525 XCG525 XCG525 XCG525 XCG525 XCG525 HW Vers. 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 1.0 1.0 Unit SW USW Vers. 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.0 2.3 2.1 CCU SW -

Control Unit Data SCP SW SCU SW SCU-H SW XCG SW CXUM SW -

Cross-Connect Unit Data GMX SW GMX2 SW SXUA/B SW SXU-C SW SXU-V SW -

Other Data Other Units Tellabs 8100/8000 Manager Release 12 SP1 12 SP1 12 SP1 11 SP1 9.0 9.0

SMZ538 SMZ538 SMZ538 SMZ538 SMZ538 SMZ538

GDH521/ GDH522 HW 1.1 GDH521/ GDH522 HW 1.1 GDH521/ GDH522 HW 1.1 GDH521/ GDH522 HW 1.1

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CAE Unit: CAZ287 Unit Software

2 CAE Unit: CAZ287 Unit Software


The software CAZ287 is used on the CAE unit in Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8140 midi nodes.

2.1 Version 2.3


This is an unofficial version based on CAZ287 release r2.2 with only the CIF signalling parameter verification error fixed. This version should not be used once the next official version is available.

2.2 Version 2.2


Dependencies

Base unit must be version 2.0. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.8 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 5.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher SCP (SCZ281) software can be any version SCU (SCZ280) software can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) ) software can be any version MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 8.0 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

The internal signalling parameter verification operates incorrectly. This error produces very short signalling bit errors about once in 15 sec in every channel.

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CAE Unit: CAZ287 Unit Software

2.3 Version 2.1


Dependencies

Base unit must be version 2.0. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.8 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 5.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher SCP (SCZ281) software can be any version SCU (SCZ280) software can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) ) software can be any version MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 8.0 or higher.

Restrictions

Level supervision is not supported. X-Bus test port is not allocated. USW test object not supported (used by production testing).

Bugs

Locking object bug. Module conflict fault is set active even if module type is not defined. External groud mask value is not returned correctly (CSE251 modules). COMBO/ADPCM faults are activated incorrectly. Inventory operations do not affect hardware parameters. Interface object operates faulty (set fault mask) corrected (attribute is not set by NMS). Interface object allows change to coding parameter in a locked interface. XD IA is allocated even if not needed. Using signalling modules may in some cases disturb other units in the same node. Interface blocking fault is not monitored. Module types can not be read from unit when unit is not in inventory. In some load situations unit may reset (internal message buffers). The internal signalling parameter verification operates incorrectly. This error produces very short signalling bit errors about once in 15 sec in every channel.

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CAE Unit: CAZ287 Unit Software

2.4 Version 2.0


Dependencies

Base unit must be version 2.0. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.8 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 5.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher SCP (SCZ281) software can be any version SCU (SCZ280) software can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) ) software can be any version MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 8.0 or higher.

Restrictions

Level supervision is not supported. X-Bus test port is not allocated. USW test object not supported (used by production testing). Does not use whole interface address allocation. This is needed because of a signalling data cross connect error in SXZ282.

Bugs

Locking object bug. Module conflict fault is set active even if module type is not defined. External groud mask value is not returned correctly (CSE251 modules). COMBO/ADPCM faults are activated incorrectly. Inventory operations do not affect hardware parameters. Interface object operates faulty (set fault mask) corrected (attribute is not set by NMS). Interface object allows change to coding parameter in a locked interface. XD IA is allocated even if not needed. Using signalling modules may in some cases disturb other units in the same node. Interface blocking fault is not monitored. Module types can not be read from unit when unit is not in inventory. In some load situations unit may reset (internal message buffers). XD IA is allocated with such parameters that SXZ282 can not operate correctly with it. Note that unrecoverable errors may occur if CAE has locked interfaces with allocated XD capacity when updating CAZ287 version 2.0 to 2.1 or later. The internal signalling parameter verification operates incorrectly. This error produces very short signalling bit errors about once in 15 sec in every channel.

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CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI Units: CCZ539 Unit Software

3 CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI Units: CCZ539 Unit Software


The software CCZ539 is used on CCS-UNI unit (whose base unit is PBU560) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic and Tellabs 8160 A111 nodes. The version 5.8 can be downloaded to CCS-UNI units having the version 3.1 of PBU560.

3.1 Version 5.8


This version is only available for CCS-UNI. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Terminating calls to CCS-UNI lead to continuous cadence (CR ID 200011089).

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware must be 3.1 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher while using CAS functionality. While using V5.2 functionality, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 2.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.8 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for V5.2 is available in Release 12 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for new countries (CRF ID 4005109) is available in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. If v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

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Bugs

No known bugs.

3.2 Version 5.7


This version is only available for CCS-UNI. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Reduced battery pulsing too slow fixed. Malaysia V5.2 settings changed. Mexico1 V5.2 settings changed.

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware must be 3.1 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher while using CAS functionality. While using V5.2 functionality, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 2.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.8 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for V5.2 is available in Release 12 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for new countries (CRF ID 4005109) is available in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. If v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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3.3 Version 5.4


This version is only available for CCS-UNI. This is a non-production version based on version 5.2. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

CCS-UNI: Incorrect reference point. (CRF ID 4004974). With some gain values (down gain = -5dB - -24.9dB, up attenuation > -1.5dB) speech channel is over damped (13dB extra damping). No dial tone after SXU-V switch over. (CRF ID 4005077). When there is a switch over between SXU-Vs, phones that are off hook will not receive dial tone until they go on hook and off hook. CCS-UNI problems when rising interface state. (CRF ID 4005162). CCS-UNI v5.4 doesn't really change gain settings when using freely selectable gain values. Gain values must be set to fixed list values before using freely selectable values. CCS-UNI Country support. (CRF ID 4005109). Currently supported countries are: Finland, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden, Chile, South Africa, Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Ireland, Argentina, Malaysia, Mexico2, Mexico3, India, Hungary and Austria. Productional improvements (CRF ID 4005124). X-bus switch-over problem in CCS-UNI (CRF ID 4005322): when switchover from Xbus1 to Xbus2 occurs in SXU-V in switch node, CCS-UNI can't communicate with SXU-V via TV5-channel anymore.

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware must be 3.1 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher while using CAS functionality. While using V5.2 functionality, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using CAS functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 2.1 or higher. While using V5.2 functionality, SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.8 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for V5.2 is available in Release 12 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for new countries (CRF ID 4005109) is available in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher.

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Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. If v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

Bugs

No known bugs.

3.4 Version 5.2


This version is only available for CCS-UNI. Enhancements and Fixed bugs

Production test phase is enhanced by removing unnecessary faults in test setup. V5.2 TV5 support, interrupt handler hang-up causes unit reset in V5.2 use. (CRF ID 4004530) There is an IN USE group operation failure on CCS-UNI while doing a large amount of changes. (CRF ID 4004506) A change of the unit version in a subrack results in an interface parameter corruption. (CRF ID 4004239) On CCS-UNI the port unlocking is possible even though a port contains circuits/crossconnections with the Service Computer. (CRF ID 4003704)

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 3.1. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1. SXU-V (ESZ8003) software version must be 1.1. MartisDXX Manager support for V5.2 is available in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher.

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Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. If v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

Bugs

No known bugs.

3.5 Version 5.1


This version is a test version only for CCS-UNI. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The unit hanging problem in interface blocking and unblocking is solved.

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 3.1. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1. MartisDXX Manager support for V5.2 is available in Release 12 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. In case v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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3.6 Version 5.0


This is an internal test version based on version 2.0 only for CCS-UNI. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

V5.2 TV5 support, interrupt handler hang-up causes unit reset in V5.2 use. (CRF ID 4004530) There is an IN USE group operation failure on CCS-UNI while doing a large amount of changes. (CRF ID 4004506) A change of the unit version in a subrack results in an interface parameter corruption. (CRF ID 4004239) On CCS-UNI the port unlocking is possible even though a port contains circuits/crossconnections with the Service Computer. (CRF ID 4003704)

Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 3.1. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 7 or Release 11 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. In case v1.0 of CCS-UNI is replaced with this version, interface parameters in the Tellabs 8100 manager database should be updated from hardware to remove a consistency check failure.

Bugs

The unit may hang if flash memory copying starts while blocking or unblocking an interface.

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3.7 Version 4.0


This version is only available for CCS-UNI. Dependencies

CCS-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 3.1. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.17 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 7 or Release 11 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported.

Bugs

Version 1.0 cannot be directly replaced with this version.

3.8 Version 2.0


This version is available for CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI hardware product version 2.0. Dependencies

CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 2.0. CCO555 and CCS554 hardware versions must be at least 2.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher.

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MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 1 or Release 11 Service pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. CCZ359 2.0 is designed mainly to adopt South-African POTS interface specifications into the units. Other countries will be supported in MartisDXX Manager Release 11 Service Pack 2.

Bugs

The application can be disabled. Version 1.0 cannot be directly replaced with this version.

3.9 Version 1.0


This version is available for CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI hardware product version 1.0. Dependencies

CCS-UNI and CCO-UNI (base unit PBU560) hardware version must be 1.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher (SCP unit is optional). SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card is available in Release 10.1A or higher.

Restrictions

PCM coding and decoding are only according to A-law, -law is not supported. CCZ539 v1.0 does not support Mercury signalling.

Bugs

The application can be disabled. The interface can be unlocked even if it is cross-connected.

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CCU Unit: SCZ286 Unit Software

4 CCU Unit: SCZ286 Unit Software


The software SCZ286 is used on CCU units. The channel test functions or the shortcut control channels are not supported because CCU is not physically connected to the cross-connection bus in the master subrack of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node. The version 2.7 can be downloaded to CCU units having the version 2.y of SCZ286 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

4.1 Version 2.7


Enhancements

The problem preventing CCU inventory operations has been fixed. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) will now accept the special void messages sent during those operations. (CR ID 200031024)

Dependencies

CCU (base unit SCU210) hardware version must be 4.0 or higher to support the PFU-A and PFU-B generated signal to detect the power off situation. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for CCU is available in release 10.1A or higher.

Restrictions

In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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CCU Unit: SCZ286 Unit Software

4.2 Version 2.6


Enhancements

The switch-over has been optimized and it happens faster. The effect on traffic is essentially smaller. (CR ID 200013068) The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) have check for internal structure of envelope messages. (CR ID 200013489) Two fault conditions have been fixed. 1) A bug in testing for fault "Delay has increased" has been fixed. In the case of missing CXU-M or software download this delta fault does not any more repeat itself continuously and fill the CCU fault history. Only a successful unit poll with a long delay will activate this delta fault. 2) The "Switch-over has happened because of long delay" fault operated erroneously. In the case of active forced mode when switch over can not happen this fault was activated erroneously. This bug in now fixed. (CR ID 200013759)

Dependencies

CCU (base unit SCU210) hardware version must be 4.0 or higher to support the PFU-A and PFU-B generated signal to detect the power off situation. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for CCU is available in release 10.1A or higher.

Restrictions

In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

The inventory add and delete operations for CCU unit are impossible. An installed (upgraded) CCU with ESW version 2.6 will otherwise operate normally. (CR ID 200031024)

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4.3 Version 2.5


Enhancements

The CXU-M in slot 31 is PRIMARY parameter and CXU-M Secondary Active fault for CCU in SCZ286 have been added. This alarm shows whether the Tellabs 8170 cluster node is using the upper or lower shelf of the node. A delta alarm (CXU-M in slot 15 Active and CXU-M in slot 31 Active) for each change-over of the cross-connection system has been added. PFU-A and PFU-B provide a signal for detecting the power off situation. The new SCU hardware version 4.0 will support this (ON/OFF) signal.

Dependencies

CCU (base unit SCU210) hardware version must be 4.0 or higher to support the PFU-A and PFU-B generated signal to detect the power off situation. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for CCU is available in release 10.1A or higher.

Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

Two faults operate incorrectly. 1) There is a bug in testing for fault "Delay has increased". In the case of missing CXU-M or software download this delta fault repeats itself continuously and fills the CCU fault history. 2) The "Switch-over has happened because of long delay" fault operates erroneously. In the case of active forced mode when switch over can not happen this fault is activated erroneously.

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4.4 Version 2.4


This is an unofficial version based on SCZ286 version 2.2 with a bug fix for the CRF ID 4002472. This version should not be used once the official version 2.5 is available. Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

No known bugs.

4.5 Version 2.2


Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. PFU-A/PFU-B power off alarm in SCU/CCU is not supported. Maintenance event alarm (MEI) for active CXU-M switchover is not supported. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

Activity state error in Tellabs 8170 cluster node CXU-M units; In some cases the CXU-M units in Tellabs 8170 cluster node adopt wrong activity role compared to the CCU protection parameters and SXU-C states. If the node ends up in this state, essential node operations may be disabled. Longer timeout when polling CXU-M;

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The timeout CCU needs when polling CXU-M has been changed from 2 seconds to 4 seconds. Also two new faults were implemented to show in 3 seconds a warning that timeout has been increased and in 4 seconds that switchover to the protective CXU-M had happened because of timeout. (CRF ID 4002472)

4.6 Version 2.1


Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. The clock direction options for the synchronous SCC interface are not supported. The optional security management for the SC interface is not supported. PFU-A/PFU-B power off alarm in SCU/CCU is not supported. Maintenance event alarm (MEI) for active CXU-M switchover is not supported. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

Activity state error in Tellabs 8170 cluster node CXU-M units; In some cases the CXU-M units in Tellabs 8170 cluster node adopt wrong activity role compared to the CCU protection parameters and SXU-C states. If the node ends up in this state, essential node operations may be disabled. Longer timeout when polling CXU-M; The timeout CCU needs when polling CXU-M has been changed from 2 seconds to 4 seconds. Also two new faults were implemented to show in 3 seconds a warning that timeout has been increased and in 4 seconds that switchover to the protective CXU-M had happened because of timeout. (CRF ID 4002472)

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4.7 Version 2.0


Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. The clock direction options for the synchronous SCC interface are not supported. The optional security management for the SC interface is not supported. PFU-A/PFU-B power off alarm in SCU/CCU is not supported. Maintenance event alarm (MEI) for active CXU-M switchover is not supported. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

The unit cannot copy the settings for the SCL415 options from the backup settings to its own use when the unit is replaced. Activity state error in Tellabs 8170 cluster node CXU-M units; In some cases the CXU-M units in Tellabs 8170 cluster node adopt wrong activity role compared to the CCU protection parameters and SXU-C states. If the node ends up in this state, essential node operations may be disabled. Longer timeout when polling CXU-M; The timeout CCU needs when polling CXU-M has been changed from 2 seconds to 4 seconds. Also two new faults were implemented to show in 3 seconds a warning that timeout has been increased and in 4 seconds that switchover to the protective CXU-M had happened because of timeout. (CRF ID 4002472)

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4.8 Version 1.5


Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. The clock direction options for the synchronous SCC interface are not supported. The optional security management for the SC interface is not supported. PFU-A/PFU-B power off alarm in SCU/CCU is not supported. Maintenance event alarm (MEI) for active CXU-M switchover is not supported. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

The unit cannot copy the settings for the SCL415 options from the backup settings to its own use when the unit is replaced. The network layer protocol software cannot handle all illegal routing elements. The LLC3 protocol software cannot handle one exceptional case associated with negative acknowledgement. These two communication problems are not likely to happen but they can cause a deadlock in the communication system CCU. The asynchronous protocol software does not work correctly with heavy full-duplex traffic. Activity state error in Tellabs 8170 cluster node CXU-M units; In some cases the CXU-M units in Tellabs 8170 cluster node adopt wrong activity role compared to the CCU protection parameters and SXU-C states. If the node ends up in this state, essential node operations may be disabled. Longer timeout when polling CXU-M; The timeout CCU needs when polling CXU-M has been changed from 2 seconds to 4 seconds. Also two new faults were implemented to show in 3 seconds a warning that timeout has been increased and in 4 seconds that switchover to the protective CXU-M had happened because of timeout. (CRF ID 4002472)

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4.9 Version 1.4


Restrictions

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) do not check the internal structure of envelope messages. The switch-over has not been optimized. Does not support the faults Delay increased and Switchover has happened because of long delay. Does not support the alarm interface module SCL415. The clock direction options for the synchronous SCC interface are not supported. The optional security management for the SC interface is not supported. PFU-A/PFU-B power off alarm in SCU/CCU is not supported. Maintenance event alarm (MEI) for active CXU-M switchover is not supported. In the particular case that power of the main master shelf fails (where the control circuit card resides) of the Tellabs 8170 cluster node, this generates the loss of service for all the node. If this problem occurs, all the links will be lost.

Bugs

The unit cannot copy the settings for the SCL415 options from the backup settings to its own use when the unit is replaced. The network layer protocol software cannot handle all illegal routing elements. The LLC3 protocol software cannot handle one exceptional case associated with negative acknowledgement. These two communication problems are not likely to happen but they can cause a deadlock in the communication system CCU. The asynchronous protocol software does not work correctly with heavy full-duplex traffic. Activity state error in Tellabs 8170 cluster node CXU-M units; In some cases the CXU-M units in Tellabs 8170 cluster node adopt wrong activity role compared to the CCU protection parameters and SXU-C states. If the node ends up in this state, essential node operations may be disabled. Longer timeout when polling CXU-M; The timeout CCU needs when polling CXU-M has been changed from 2 seconds to 4 seconds. Also two new faults were implemented to show in 3 seconds a warning that timeout has been increased and in 4 seconds that switchover to the protective CXU-M had happened because of timeout. (CRF ID 4002472)

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5 CXU-M Unit: SXZ288 Unit Software


The unit software SXZ288 is used on the cross-connection unit CXU-M in Tellabs 8170 cluster master subracks.

5.1 Version 10.6


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

SCU or SCU-H reset in slave subrack does not any more cause cluster node switch over. (CR ID 300107078) The Fallback List Warning fault can be enabled by setting the use master clock quality levels parameter to disabled state. (CR ID 300067522) The handling of flash list record status has been corrected. (CR ID 300091551) Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher. Restrictions

No restrictions. Bugs

No known bugs.

5.2 Version 10.5


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ288 version 10.4.

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5.3 Version 10.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Wrong fault mapping concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning has been fixed. (CR ID 300023465) Fallback List Warning fault has been restored. This Fault can be enabled or disabled with master clock quality level enable. (CR ID 300062665) Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher. Restrictions

No restrictions. Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) Fallback list warning fault enable polarity is wrong. (CR ID 300067522) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551)

5.4 Version 10.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The problem preventing CXU-M inventory operations has been fixed. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) will now accept the special void messages sent during those operations. (CR ID 200031025) Master clock RAI support has been fixed. (CR ID 200036673)

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Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher. Restrictions

No restrictions. Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) Wrong fault activation bug concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning (CR ID 300023465).

5.5 Version 10.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) message envelope structure is verified before the message is executed. This reduces the probability of problems followed by possibly corrupted message. (CR ID 200012825) The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has been reduced by code optimization. (CR ID 200013179) The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is now active as default. Previously the verification was off as default. (CR ID 200013327) The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is now capable of handling also SCP ports. (CR ID 200004877) A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side now causes a switch-over. (CR ID 200012002) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is not any more set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty. After this modification the neighbour node can apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly. (CR ID 200013488)

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"Fallback list warning" faults are not anymore generated. These have been replaced with "Faulty clock source of choice n" faults. The same change has already earlier been done to Tellabs 8160 A111/GMX, XCG, SXU-A and SXU-B. (CR ID 200005248) Memory overflow problem in master clock software module has been fixed. (CR ID 200005090)

Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) Wrong fault activation bug concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning (CR ID 300023465). CXU-M unit can not be added in or removed from the node inventory. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) message verification does not accept the special void messages sent by Tellabs 8100 network manager during those operations. This problem does not have any effect on the CXU-M units in operative state. This problem only concerns versions 10.2 and 2.13. (CR ID 200031025) Master clock RAI does not operate. (CR ID 200036673)

5.6 Version 10.1


Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

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Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is not active as default.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly. (CR ID 200013488) A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) produces invalid and repeating fault indication if there is a certain port type in some of the slaves (SCP control channel port) and the extended check mode is activated. Note that the verification process is not executing if it is not explicitly activated. Memory overflow problem in master clock software module.

5.7 Version 10.0


Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be 5.0. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory.

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Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly. (CR ID 200013488) A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. MXA monitoring (CXU-A memory background check) does not operate properly if there are SCP control channel ports. The connections created for those ports will become inoperable after monitoring has been activated with auto fix option. This happens because the used port type is not properly handled. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. During CXU-M initialization the fault Clock Failure Switch Over may unnecessarily be activated for a short time period. This may lead to one switch-over when both CXU-M units are initializing at the same time. In stable state invalid activation is not possible. It takes about 4 seconds too long before the node starts using an external clock after holdover state. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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5.8 Version 2.17


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

SCU or SCU-H reset in slave subrack does not any more cause cluster node switch over. (CR ID 300107078) The Fallback List Warning fault can be enabled by setting the use master clock quality levels parameter to disabled state. (CR ID 300067522) The handling of flash list record status has been corrected. (CR ID 300091551)

Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

5.9 Version 2.16


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ288 version 2.15.

5.10 Version 2.15


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Wrong fault mapping concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning has been fixed. (CR ID 300023465) Fallback List Warning fault has been restored. This Fault can be enabled or disabled with master clock quality level enable. (CR ID 300062665)

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Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) Fallback list warning fault enable polarity is wrong. (CR ID 300067522) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551)

5.11 Version 2.14


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The problem preventing CXU-M inventory operations has been fixed. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) will now accept the special void messages sent during those operations. (CR ID 200031025) Master clock RAI support has been fixed. (CR ID 200036673) Downloading software in the CXU-M unit in the lower shelf is possible. (CR ID 200036481)

Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

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Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) Wrong fault activation bug concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning (CR ID 300023465).

5.12 Version 2.13


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) message envelope structure is verified before the message is executed. This reduces the probability of problems followed by possibly corrupted message. (CR ID 200012825) The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has been reduced by code optimization. (CR ID 200013179) The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is now active as default. Previously the verification was off as default. (CR ID 200013329) The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is now capable of handling also SCP ports. (CR ID 200004877) A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side now causes a switch-over. (CR ID 200012002) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is not any more set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty. After this modification the neighbour node can apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly. (CR ID 200013488) "Fallback list warning" faults are not anymore generated. These have been replaced with "Faulty clock source of choice n" faults. The same change has already earlier been done to Tellabs 8160 A111/GMX, XCG, SXU-A and SXU-B. (CR ID 200005248) The problem related with the 1001th X-Group ID activation command in CXU-M has been fixed. (CR ID 200004868) Memory overflow problem in master clock software module has been fixed. (CR ID 200005090)

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Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) Wrong fault activation bug concerning the faults Loss of External Clock, Phase Locked Loop Alarm and External Clock Warning (CR ID 300023465). CXU-M unit can not be added in or removed from the node inventory. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) message verification does not accept the special void messages sent by Tellabs 8100 network manager during those operations. This problem does not have any effect on the CXU-M units in operative state. This problem only concerns versions 10.2 and 2.13. (CR ID 200031025) Master clock RAI does not operate. (CR ID 2000) Downloading software in the CXU-M unit in the lower shelf may be unsuccesfull. (CR ID 200036481)

5.13 Version 2.12


Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.10 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

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Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) is not active as default. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) Downloading software in the CXU-M unit in the lower shelf may be unsuccesfull. (CR ID 200036481) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly. (CR ID 200013488) A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. The cross-connect memory background verification (MXA monitoring) produces invalid and repeating fault indication if there is a certain port type in some of the slaves (SCP control channel port) and the extended check mode is activated. Note that the verification process is not executing if it is not explicitly activated. Memory overflow problem in master clock software module. During CXU-M initialization the fault Clock Failure Switch Over may unnecessarily be activated for a short time period. This may lead to one switch-over when both CXU-M units are initializing at the same time. In stable state invalid activation is not possible. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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5.14 Version 2.10


Dependencies

CXU-M (base unit SXU212) hardware version must be lower than 5.0. MartisDXX Manager support for priority bumping functionality is available in Release 9.0B Service Pack 12 or higher.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected. During CXU-M initialization the fault Clock Failure Switch Over may unnecessarily be activated for a short time period. This may lead to one switch-over when both CXU-M units are initializing at the same time. In stable state invalid activation is not possible.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus.

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2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL.

When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

5.15 Version 2.9


This is an unofficial version almost equal to SXZ288 version 2.10. This version does not include a bug fix for the master clock ASIC configuration problem. ASIC is temporarily configured incorrectly when the new clock interface frequency differs from the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt). This version should not be used once the official version 2.10 is available.

5.16 Version 2.8


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ288 version 2.7 with a bug fix only for the swap circuit unidirectional connection problem. This version should not be used once the official version 2.10 is available.

5.17 Version 2.7


Dependencies

CXU-M base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not indicate the used fallback list entry in the fault history.

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Does not support the new external clock protection system (switch-over happens only after all other possible valid choices have failed and the next choice would be the node internal clock). Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. Swap circuits with unidirectional connections and trunk swap operate properly only if the swap port of the master port is in the same subrack with the original master port and destination port 1 is in a different subrack than destination port 2. The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (MartisDXX Manager priority bumping feature). There may exist an unnecessary Unstable SSM fault when master clock quality levels are disabled. There may exist irrelevant master clock faults in backup CXU-M as this unit does not receive the quality level information of SDH clock sources defined in the fallback list. The quality level 6 (used for internal clock) is translated to SDH SSM code SEC though it should be DNU. If a quality source mode other than poll is used, the quality level information is not properly transmitted to neighbour nodes. A problem may occur if a new GMU unit is added to a node where a GMU unit has already been in inventory. This is due to the fact that unit inventory add operation does not step forward the state machine controlling the clock commands of each GMU unit in a node and the GMU will receive the same command that was sent to the GMU unit previously removed from inventory. Supports only 10 simultaneous cross-connect object commands in a single GCI message. When the master clock starts using an interface with a different frequency than the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt), the frequency dependent ASIC

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parameters may temporarily be configured incorrectly. As a result synchronization to the new clock source is a little slower but the final state is however correct.

There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

5.18 Version 2.6


Dependencies

CXU-M base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not indicate the used fallback list entry in the fault history. Does not support the new external clock protection system (switch-over happens only after all other possible valid choices have failed and the next choice would be the node internal clock). No support for GMU. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

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Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (MartisDXX Manager priority bumping feature). An unnecessary Fallback List warning fault may appear if there are still usable clock sources. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly selected from the fallback list. Swap circuits with unidirectional connections and trunk swap operate properly only if the swap port of the master port is in the same subrack with the original master port and destination port 1 is in a different subrack than destination port 2. Supports only 10 simultaneous cross-connect object commands in a single GCI message. When the master clock starts using an interface with a different frequency than the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt), the frequency dependent ASIC parameters may temporarily be configured incorrectly. As a result synchronization to the new clock source is a little slower but the final state is however correct. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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5.19 Version 2.5


Dependencies

CXU-M base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not indicate the used fallback list entry in the fault history. Does not support the new external clock protection system (switch-over happens only after all other possible valid choices have failed and the next choice would be the node internal clock). No support for GMU. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over. Deletion of unidirectional group format cross-connection does not work correctly. This connection type or format combination is not used at the moment by MartisDXX Manager tools. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory.

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The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (MartisDXX Manager priority bumping feature). An unnecessary Fallback list warning fault may appear if there are still usable clock sources. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly selected from the fallback list. Swap circuits with unidirectional connections and trunk swap operate properly only if the swap port of the master port is in the same subrack with the original master port and destination port 1 is in a different subrack than destination port 2. Supports only 10 simultaneous cross-connect object commands in a single GCI message. When the master clock starts using an interface with a different frequency than the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt), the frequency dependent ASIC parameters may temporarily be configured incorrectly. As a result, synchronization to the new clock source is a little slower but the final state is however correct. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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5.20 Version 2.4


Dependencies

CXU-M base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not indicate the used fallback list entry in the fault history. Does not support the new external clock protection system (switch-over happens only after all other possible valid choices have failed and the next choice would be the node internal clock). Does not support contradirectional synchronization clock sources in protected ring network topology. No support for GMU. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over.

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Deletion of unidirectional group format cross-connection does not work correctly. This connection type or format combination is not used at the moment by MartisDXX Manager tools. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (MartisDXX Manager priority bumping feature). If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly selected from the fallback list. Swap circuits with unidirectional connections and trunk swap operate properly only if the swap port of the master port is in the same subrack with the original master port and destination port 1 is in a different subrack than destination port 2. Supports only 10 simultaneous cross-connect object commands in a single GCI message. When the master clock starts using an interface with a different frequency than the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt), the frequency dependent ASIC parameters may temporarily be configured incorrectly. As a result, synchronization to the new clock source is a little slower but the final state is however correct. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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5.21 Version 2.3


Dependencies

CXU-M base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

The detection time of missing SXU-C unit has not been optimized. The Fall Back List Warning fault exists in the faults list. The GCI (General Command Interpreter) and SCI (Slow Command Interpreter) are not able to detect possible internal errors in message envelope structure. Does not support background verification of CXU-A cross-connect memory. Does not support the enhanced Asic Latch Warning fault monitoring. Erroneous warnings can be seen as the test method is too sensitive. Does not indicate the used fallback list entry in the fault history. Does not support the new external clock protection system (switch-over happens only after all other possible valid choices have failed and the next choice would be the node internal clock). Does not support contradirectional synchronization clock sources in protected ring network topology. Does not support the CCU additional filtering mechanism to avoid unnecessary crossconnection protection switch-over. No support for GMU. Holdover mode of the master clock is not supported. Does not support indication of faulty intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before the fault can be detected.

Bugs

SCU/SCU-H reset may cause a Tellabs 8170 cluster node switchover. This may result from the unsynchronized slave SXU-C status polls carried out by the CXU-M units in the master subrack. The time difference in the slave status polling between the primary and secondary sides may be several seconds. The resulting uncertainty in the status information in the CCU control unit may cause an invalid switchover. The problem is more probable with SCU-H than with SCU as it has a longer startup time. (CR ID 300107078) An invalid flash list record status may cause a problem in the node even though the record status error is very improbable. (CR ID 300091551) When CXU-M sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units, the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbour node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200013488). A CXU-S card that exists in the subrack inventory but is either physically missing or initializing in the active side does not cause a switch-over.

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Deletion of unidirectional group format cross-connection does not work correctly. This connection type or format combination is not used at the moment by MartisDXX Manager tools. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. Master clock output control does not work. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (MartisDXX Manager priority bumping feature). If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly selected from the fallback list. Swap circuits with unidirectional connections and trunk swap operate properly only if the swap port of the master port is in the same subrack with the original master port and destination port 1 is in a different subrack than destination port 2. Supports only 10 simultaneous cross-connect object commands in a single GCI message. When the master clock starts using an interface with a different frequency than the previous frequency and the change happens suddenly (interrupt), the frequency dependent ASIC parameters may temporarily be configured incorrectly. As a result, synchronization to the new clock source is a little slower but the final state is however correct. There are two GMM-related problems in the node master clock selection. 1) If the fallback list contains three or more clocks from the same subrack and the current MCL becomes faulty, the next choices (GMM) status is temporarily marked in fail state and the fourth choice is selected instead for the SYB. After a while the GMM state is properly updated and it is selected in the SYB bus. 2) If the node clock fails and the next choice is GMM, the node may temporarily start using the internal clock. After a while the node starts to use the valid GMM as MCL. When CXU-M receives 1001th X-Group ID activation command after unit initialization, there is a problem updating the internal X-Group RAM database and this may lead to reset in all the slaves on the same side regardless of whether the CXU-M unit is in the active or passive side. The primary reason for the slave resets is the RAM list monitoring. If the master is not able to update its own list properly while the slaves are, the result is a checksum mismatch. It is however very unlikely that the number of activations would reach a very large number. X-Group IDs are used in swap circuit and time controlled circuit applications.

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E3C Unit: GPZ641 Unit Software

6 E3C Unit: GPZ641 Unit Software


The software GPZ641 is used on E3C unit (whose base unit is GPT782) in Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8170 cluster, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8140 midi nodes.

6.1 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

E3C base unit (GPT782) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. E3C power supply module (PDF593) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version can be any version. Tellabs 8100 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

Lack of reliability on the control channel (HDLC) when used bit rate is 4 kbit/s.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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EAE Unit: EAZ418 Unit Software

7 EAE Unit: EAZ418 Unit Software


The software EAZ418 is used in EAE units.

7.1 Version 1.1


Dependencies

EAE unit software requires SCZ280 version 8.0 or later to function correctly. Using earlier SCZ280 versions may cause problems with the Create inventory operation.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

New Features

Converted port descriptors are returned when ports are locked.

7.2 Version 1.0


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

Inventory operations do not affect hardware parameters. Module types cannot be read from the unit when the unit is not in inventory.

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ESU Unit: EMZ642 Unit Software

8 ESU Unit: EMZ642 Unit Software


The software EMZ642 and FPGA code TXA642 are used on the ESU unit (ESU783 and ESM784) in Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes as well as in Tellabs 8184 and Tellabs 8188 access switches. The version 1.12 can be downloaded to the ESU units having the version 1.y of EMZ642 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

8.1 Version 1.12


The version 1.12 contains EMZ642_1.12 and TXA642_1.1. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Baseband statistics corrected when line is in 1x3M, 2x3M or 4x3M mode (CR ID 300096026). Note: as a result of this fix line statistics may show different values in the ESU side than in NTU. Values seen from the ESU side are more reliable. SNMP Mib-2-interface-ifTable-ifEntry-ifDescr includes only an interface type and a number. (CR ID 300077594) Deleting VLAN ID with calculate statistics option releases statistics calculation resource (CR ID 300041818) ESU MAC addresses list is correctly shown when all addresses are queried (CR ID 300045431). However, there is still a bug in a static address list query (CR ID 300100261)

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCO interface module version must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair line modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports.

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GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8000 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

Cross-connections to timeslot 144 and above that are not supported. ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU.

Bugs

Extra faults are generated in other aggregation groups (X-bus and DSL) when Ethernet cable is cut. (CR ID 300046507) Contrary to other ESU group operations, ESU BPDU (STP) transparency configuration needs to be configured to all members of the link aggregation group. (CR ID 300047268) ESU static MAC addresses list and address statistics information conflict. (CR ID 300100261) When MAC address limitation function is enabled ESU lets through only unicast frames that (this bug does not apply to multicast and broadcast frames) have both source and destination MAC address in the MAC switching table. (CR ID 300054360) Frame content may be corrupted in certain situations where constant high load is offered via a high capacity ingress link and traffic is switched to a lower capacity egress link. (CR ID 300054363)

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8.2 Version 1.11


The version 1.11 contains EMZ642_1.11 and TXA642_1.1. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

End-customer spanning tree transparency added. (CR ID 300037430) More SNMP query related bugs have been fixed. Behavior of the following objects has been changed: ifDescr, ifType, ifMtu, ifSpeed, ifPhysAddress, ifAdminStatus, ifInUnknownProtos, ifOutDiscards and ifOutErrors. (CR IDs 300038858 and 300032720)

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCO interface module version must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair line modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher.

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Tellabs 8000 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

Cross-connections to timeslot 144 and above that are not supported. ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU.

Bugs

Extra faults are generated in other aggregation groups (X-bus and DSL) when Ethernet cable is cut. (CR ID 300046507) Contrary to other ESU group operations, ESU BPDU (STP) transparency configuration needs to be configured to all members of the link aggregation group. (CR ID 300047268) ESU MAC addresses list and address statistics information conflict. (CR ID 300045431) When MAC address limitation function is enabled ESU lets through only unicast frames that (this bug does not apply to multicast and broadcast frames) have both source and destination MAC address in the MAC switching table. (CR ID 300054360) Frame content may be corrupted in certain situations where constant high load is offered via a high capacity ingress link and traffic is switched to a lower capacity egress link. (CR ID 300054363)

8.3 Version 1.10


The version 1.10 contains EMZ642_1.10 and TXA642_1.1. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

More flexibility has been added for ESU MAC address limit. (CR ID 200020353) SNMP query related bugs have been fixed. (CR IDs 200032065, 200037770 and 200037938)

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports.
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CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU.

Bugs

Still some SNMP query related bugs. (CR IDs 300038858 and 300032720).

8.4 Version 1.9


The version 1.9 contains EMZ642_1.9 and TXA642_1.1. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

10M SHDSL support for ESU. (CR ID 200028425) ESU FPGA modification for supporting over 8 Mbits/s line speeds. (CR ID 200034611)

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node.

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SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU.

Bugs

There is a SNMP walk related problem. (CR ID 200032065)

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8.5 Version 1.8


The version 1.8 contains EMZ642_1.8 and TXA642_1.0. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Fixed SNMP Reply source port problem (CR ID 200020528).

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19 or higher to support 12M trunk. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. SXU-A/B/C does not support 12M trunks. XCG does not support 12M trunks.

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Bugs

There is a SNMP walk related problem. (CR ID 200032065)

8.6 Version 1.7


The version 1.7 contains EMZ642_1.7 and TXA642_1.0. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Port based rate limiting on external Ethernet ports (CR ID 200012088). Fault Masking supported also on X-bus and Ethernet interfaces (CR ID 200012092). TXA642 version is shown correctly in File Management Dialog (CR ID 200012161). Fixed LMI interoperability problem (CR ID 200014315).

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19 or higher to support 12M trunk. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Input Rate Monitoring and Fault Masking functionalities are available in Release 14 Service Pack 1 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

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Restrictions

ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. SXU-A/B/C does not support 12M trunks. XCG does not support 12M trunks.

Bugs

SNMP reply is sent using a wrong source port (CR ID 200020528).

8.7 Version 1.6


This is an internal test version.

8.8 Version 1.5


This is an internal test version.

8.9 Version 1.4


This is an internal test version.

8.10 Version 1.3


The version 1.3 contains EMZ642_1.3 and TXA642_1.0. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node.

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SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19 or higher to support 12M trunk. GMU (GMZ460 and GMZ461) software version must be 1.7 or higher, if GMU450 hardware version is 2.0 and software version must be 1.179 or higher if GMU450 hardware version is 1.0. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher to support sync pulse.

Restrictions

ESU unit with SCO: The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. SXU-A/B/C does not support 12M trunks. XCG does not support 12M trunks.

Bugs

TXA642 version 1.0 is incorrectly shown as version 0.10 in the File Management dialog. The version number is shown correctly if TXA642 has been downloaded using Tellabs 8100 network manager.

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GMH Unit: GMZ283 Unit Software

9 GMH Unit: GMZ283 Unit Software


The software GMZ283 is used on the GMH units (whose base unit is GMH220) in Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes as well as in Tellabs 8184 and Tellabs 8188 access switches. The version 10.2 can be only downloaded to the GMH units having the version 10.y of GMZ283 (where y = 0, 1, 2,). Software supports all versions of the base unit.

9.1 Version 10.2


Enhancements

The reason for this release is fixes in 1+1 protection functionality. In this software version 1+1 protection switch is working correctly when an interface is in 2M unframed mode (CR ID 300088866 and CR ID 300089844).

Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the GMH unit is available in Release 12 or higher to support V5.2 functionality and in Release 11 or higher to support the other functionalities.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

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Bugs

No known bugs.

9.2 Version 10.1


Enhancements

V5.2 functionality is supported. It is required in V5.2 that SXU-V (or SCU-H) polls the trunk interface faults and monitors or sets Sa7-bit in E1 trunk. To prevent big delays FCI (Fast Command Interpreter) has been used instead of GCI (General Command Interpreter). (CRF 4003938) Downloaded GMH USW cannot be disabled by NMS, because download is required for GMH to be fully operational. Without download only minimum set of operations are working e.g. download feature. (CRF 4003647) Preliminary HDLC link timeout support for satellite connections for GMH has been done. (CRF 4003555)

Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be 5.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the GMH unit is available in Release 12 or higher to support V5.2 functionality and in Release 11 or higher to support the other functionalities.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300088866).

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9.3 Version 10.0


Dependencies

GMH220 HW version must be at least 5.0.

Restrictions

USW 10.0 version does not support BTE-384 modules.

Bugs

Communication to HTU-2M is lost after setting a Neighbor Node Loop (NNL) from the modem. (CRF 4002702) Parameters to OTE-LASER (OTE-LP) module cannot be set in new GMH version 5.0 when USW is 10.0. (CRF 4003268 and CRF 4003772) There is compatibility problem with BTE and HCE modules in GMH. When HCE module and BTE module is assembled in the same GMH, the line statistics window of HCE module cannot be opened. (CRF 4003357) Fast squelch of clock (GMH) interface. (CRF 4003322) Available time in 1+1 protected trunk performance data is always 100% in GMH units even if interfaces are cut. Interface windows show values correctly, but PMS gets wrong values. (CRF 4003959) VTP bus is making errors and this causes wrong time stamp values. (CRF 4003633) 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300088866)

9.4 Version 6.10


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version.

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SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the GMH unit is available in Release 10.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.10 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion.

Bugs

In USW 6.10 Rx signal missing alarm for IF 2 is not reported when framing is off.

9.5 Version 6.9


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.9 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.9 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC.

Bugs

DEG alarm with S-status does not work properly. Unnecessary Tx-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module.

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9.6 Version 6.7


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in cluster usage. USW 6.7 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.7 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using a x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.7 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.7 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.7 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet the G.823 updated standard (1993). Bugs Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Unnecessary Tx-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module.

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9.7 Version 6.6


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.6 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.6 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.6 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.6 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.6 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.6 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.6 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.6 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.6 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Unnecessary Tx-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module.

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9.8 Version 6.5


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.5 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.5 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.5 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.5 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.5 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.5 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.5 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.5 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.5 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Context checker prevents 2 frame buffer usage (updating of parameters). Unnecessary Tx-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module.

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9.9 Version 6.4


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.4 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.4 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.4 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.4 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.4 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.4 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 6.4 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 6.4 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 6.4 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.4 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.4 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.4 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist.

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9.10 Version 6.3


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.3 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.3 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.3 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.3 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.3 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.3 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 6.3 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 6.3 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 6.3 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 6.3 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 6.3 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.3 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.3 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.3 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist.

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When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

9.11 Version 6.2


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.2 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.2 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.2 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.2 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.2 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.2 version does not support V35-G704B and X21-G704 modules. USW 6.2 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 6.2 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 6.2 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 6.2 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 6.2 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 6.2 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 6.2 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.2 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.2 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.2 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

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Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

9.12 Version 6.1


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 6.1 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 6.1 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 6.1 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 6.1 version does not support micro BTS. USW 6.1 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 6.1 version does not support V35-G704B and X21-G704 modules. USW 6.1 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 6.1 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 6.1 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 6.1 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 6.1 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 6.1 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails.

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USW 6.1 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 6.1 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 6.1 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 6.1 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Fault mask alarm with S status which will start the recovery operation. Does not support ring synchronization. Does not support signalling when bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

9.13 Version 5.8


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.8 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion . USW 5.8 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 5.8 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 5.8 version does not support micro BTS. USW 5.8 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 5.8 version does not support V35-G704B and X21-G704 modules.

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USW 5.8 version does not support V35-G704 and V36-G704 modules nor BTE-768 modules. USW 5.8 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 5.8 version does not support 1+1 protected trunks. USW 5.8 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 5.8 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 5.8 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 5.8 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 5.8 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 5.8 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 5.8 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 5.8 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 5.8 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

9.14 Version 5.7


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.7 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 5.7 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules.
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An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 5.7 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 5.7 version does not support micro BTS. USW 5.7 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 5.7 version does not support V35-G704B nor X21-G704 modules. USW 5.7 version does not support V35-G704 nor V36-G704 modules nor BTE-768 modules. USW 5.7 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 5.7 version does not support 1+1 protected trunks. USW 5.7 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 5.7 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 5.7 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 5.7 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 5.7 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 5.7 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 5.7 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 5.7 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 5.7 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed, then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Fault mask alarm with S status which will start the recovery operation. USW 5.7 version does not support ring synchronization. USW 5.7 version does not support signalling when bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

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9.15 Version 5.5


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.5 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 5.5 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 5.5 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 5.5 version does not support micro BTS. USW 5.5 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 5.5 version does not support V35-G704B nor X21-G704 modules. USW 5.5 version does not support V35-G704 nor V36-G704 modules nor BTE-768 modules. USW 5.5 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 5.5 version does not support 1+1 protected trunks. USW 5.5 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 5.5 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 5.5 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 5.5 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 5.5 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 5.5 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 5.5 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 5.5 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 5.5 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

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Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. Does not support split trunk usage. Fault mask alarm with S status which will start the recovery operation. USW 5.5 version does not support ring synchronization. USW 5.5 version Does not support signalling when bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

9.16 Version 5.2


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.2 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 5.2 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 5.2 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 5.2 version does not support micro BTS. USW 5.2 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 5.2 version does not support V35-G704B nor X21-G704 modules. USW 5.2 version does not support V35-G704 nor V36-G704 modules nor BTE-768 modules. USW 5.2 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 5.2 version does not support 1+1 protected trunks. USW 5.2 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules.

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USW 5.2 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 5.2 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 5.2 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 5.2 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 5.2 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 5.2 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 5.2 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 5.2 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbor makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. USW 5.2 version does not support split trunk usage. USW 5.2 version does not support Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. Fault mask alarm with S status which will start the recovery operation. USW 5.2 version does not support ring synchronization. USW 5.2 version does not support signalling when bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

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9.17 Version 5.1


Dependencies

GMH (base unit GMH220) hardware version must be less than 5.0.

Restrictions

GMH220 HW versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 do not support 4, 8 or 64 frame buffers in Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.1 version does not support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. TS0 bit inversion. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using x-connected time slot for HDLC. USW 5.1 version does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. USW 5.1 version does not support micro BTS. USW 5.1 version does not support CAS at 2M < bit rate < 8M. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). USW 5.1 version does not support V35-G704B nor X21-G704 modules. USW 5.1 version does not support V35-G704 nor V36-G704 nor BTE-768 modules. USW 5.1 version does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s. USW 5.1 version does not support 1+1 protected trunks. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. USW 5.1 version does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE-384 strapping possibility). USW 5.1 version does not support preventing of VTP-bus corruption when the VTPoscillator fails. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE-2048-2W module. USW 5.1 version does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. USW 5.1 version does not support RAI-Xcon mode. USW 5.1 version does not support sync. line divider updating.

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Bugs

Mismatch of 2 frame buffer with uneven bus allocation can occur if locked interface buffer length is changed then the CAS state is changed and finally buffer length is changed to 2 frame. Handling of erroneous message from VTP-bus. No alarm when neighbour makes V.54 loop. Errors in the sent MCLK RAI when the bit is configured into the payload and no crossconnections to that port exist. USW 5.1 version does not support BTE Rx level and quality info. USW 5.1 version does not support GDH 75/120 info (GDH module version 4.0) USW 5.1 version does not generate multiframe far-end alarm to the NMS. Sending of CRCE bits at permanent 0 and 1 state fails. USW 5.1 version does not support Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. USW 5.1 version does not support split trunk usage. Fault mask alarm with S status which will start the recovery operation. USW 5.1 version does not support ring synchronization. USW 5.1 version does not support signalling when the bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. When a unit gets different protection mode as backup settings from the SCU (after reset) it is possible that fault blocks 1 and 2 PMA and S alarm status are wrong (until next reset).

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10 GMM Unit: GMZ438 Unit Software


The software GMZ438 is used on GMM unit (whose base unit is GMM253) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. The version 2.3 can be downloaded to GMM units having the version 2.y of GMZ438 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

10.1 Version 2.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

When a unit is in a red alarm state and the defect causing the state disappears, the trunk conditioning should be removed immediately. Previously trunk conditioning wasnt removed until the red alarm disappeared. (CR ID 300042935)

Dependencies

GMM unit (GMM253) hardware version must be 1.x GDM298 hardware version must be 1.x CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.5 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.6 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version 1.1 or higher MartisDXX Manager should be Release 8.0a or higher.

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Restrictions

If a red alarm condition arises during a yellow alarm, TR170 says that the red alarm should be declared without idling the yellow. Instead, the unit in fact does idle the yellow. Another minor deviation from TR170: if LOF is injected on top of AIS then AIS is cleared before LOF is declared. In G802 mode if an incoming alarm causes AIS and is then removed the AIS is turned off immediately instead of waiting the full decay period. If protection is forced to the active interface during the delay prior to a switchover then the switchover will happen anyway. In CSU TR54016, if a payload loopback is setup and the interface configuration is subsequently changed to full CSU then the status returned in subsequent TR54016 queries does not report loopback. The NMS and T1.403 reports do indicate the correct situation. If a signalling connection is setup, with a Remote Line Loop already active, the signalling will not pass correctly until the Loop is removed.

Bugs

No known bugs.

10.2 Version 2.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

GMM T1 IF fault state is not updated correctly. The T1 transceivers in the GDM 298 module do not always initialize properly. (CR ID 200012722)

Dependencies

GMM unit (GMM253) hardware version must be 1.x GDM298 hardware version must be 1.x CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.5 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.6 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version 1.1 or higher

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MartisDXX Manager should be Release 8.0a or higher.

Restrictions

If a red alarm condition arises during a yellow alarm, TR170 says that the red alarm should be declared without idling the yellow. Instead, the unit in fact does idle the yellow. Another minor deviation from TR170: if LOF is injected on top of AIS then AIS is cleared before LOF is declared. In G802 mode if an incoming alarm causes AIS and is then removed the AIS is turned off immediately instead of waiting the full decay period. If protection is forced to the active interface during the delay prior to a switchover then the switchover will happen anyway. In CSU TR54016, if a payload loopback is setup and the interface configuration is subsequently changed to full CSU then the status returned in subsequent TR54016 queries does not report loopback. The NMS and T1.403 reports do indicate the correct situation. If a signalling connection is setup, with a Remote Line Loop already active, the signalling will not pass correctly until the Loop is removed.

Bugs

When a unit is in a red alarm state and the defect causing the state disappears, the trunk conditioning should be removed immediately. (CR ID 300042935)

10.3 Version 2.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Supports 1536K reference clock for node.

Dependencies

GMM253 hardware version must be 1.x GDM298 hardware version must be 1.x CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.5 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.6 or higher.

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MartisDXX Manager should be Release 8.0a or higher.

Restrictions

If a red alarm condition arises during a yellow alarm, TR170 says that the red alarm should be declared without idling the yellow. Instead, the unit in fact does idle the yellow. Another minor deviation from TR170: if LOF is injected on top of AIS then AIS is cleared before LOF is declared. In G802 mode if an incoming alarm causes AIS and is then removed the AIS is turned off immediately instead of waiting the full decay period. If protection is forced to the active interface during the delay prior to a switchover then the switchover will happen anyway. In CSU TR54016, if a payload loopback is setup and the interface configuration is subsequently changed to full CSU then the status returned in subsequent TR54016 queries does not report loopback. The NMS and T1.403 reports do indicate the correct situation. If a signalling connection is setup, with a Remote Line Loop already active, the signalling will not pass correctly until the Loop is removed.

Bugs

GMM T1 IF fault state is not updated correctly. The T1 transceivers in the GDM 298 module not do not always initialize properly. (CR ID 200012722)

10.4 Version 2.0


Dependencies

GMM253 hardware version must be 1.x GDM298 hardware version must be 1.x CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version can be any version. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any version. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.5 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.6 or higher. MartisDXX Manager should be Release 8.0a or higher.

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Restrictions

If a red alarm condition arises during a yellow alarm, TR170 says that the red alarm should be declared without idling the yellow. Instead, the unit in fact does idle the yellow. Another minor deviation from TR170: if LOF is injected on top of AIS then AIS is cleared before LOF is declared. In G802 mode if an incoming alarm causes AIS and is then removed the AIS is turned off immediately instead of waiting the full decay period. If protection is forced to the active interface during the delay prior to a switchover then the switchover will happen anyway. In CSU TR54016, if a payload loopback is setup and the interface configuration is subsequently changed to full CSU then the status returned in subsequent TR54016 queries does not report loopback. The NMS and T1.403 reports do indicate the correct situation. If a signalling connection is setup, with a Remote Line Loop already active, the signalling will not pass correctly until the Loop is removed.

Bugs

Does not support 1536K reference clock for node.

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11 GMU and GMU-A Units: GMZ460 Unit Software


Two software products are needed on GMU and GMU-A units in Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. Software GMZ460 is for the main processor and software GMZ461 is for the ASIC processor. GMZ460 version 1.8 can be downloaded to GMU-A or GMU having the version 1.y of GMZ460 (where y=0, 1, 2...). GMU is composed of GMU450 v1.0 and DSU453 v1.0 boards. Base unit hardware version is 1.0. GMU-A is composed of GMU450 v1.0 and DSU453 v2.0 boards. Base unit hardware version is 2.0 or higher.

11.1 Version 1.8


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Applies to GMU-A only: when X-bus distribution is set to 'even' while P12s signal mapping mode is 'asynchronous', 'uneven' X-bus distribution is used however. This is because of a bug in LTA ASIC causing the combination of X-bus distribution being 'even' and P12s signal mapping mode being 'asynchronous' for VC12 not to work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752). Applies to GMU-A only: now it is not possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12-mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Applies to GMU-A only: SYN-34-E interface module works also for GMU-A (CR ID 200011636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test does not fail unintentionally and no fault Initialization error (GMZ461) is produced anymore (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636). Fixed wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303, 200011641). Fixed corruption of Rx buffer centring, which caused traffic degradation in GMU (CR ID 200007236), (Technical note ID SOL2005).

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Dependencies

GMU hardware version must be 1.0. GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ461 software version must be 1.8 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, but not by GMU. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858).

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084).

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11.2 Version 1.179


This is a non-production version based on version 1.7. NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Fixed corruption of Rx buffer centring, which caused traffic degradation in GMU (CR ID 200007236), (Technical note ID SOL2005).

Dependencies

GMU hardware version must be 1.0. GMZ461 software version must be 1.179. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, but not by GMU.

Restrictions

Do not download this software version in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017).

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084).
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11.3 Version 1.7


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU. This software is intended for GMU-A only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Enhancement in performance data collection. If 15-minute performance counter has other value than zero, a delta-type alarm is set active (CRF ID 4003054). BIP-1/BIP-24 block size based MS operation in GMU-A (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858). G.826 performance monitoring data is collected also when TU cross-connection is missing (CRF ID 4004714). Extended production test support (CRF ID 4004928). If fault event reporting is defined for a VC-12, also P12 layer fault events are reported. P12 layer fault reporting enhanced. Fixed flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Fixed fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Fault reporting bug fixed, some faults were never reported (CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406). Fix in node master clock rank: illegal value 0 was sometimes reported to neighbour nodes. Fixed incorrect MLOF alarm with asynchronous SNC/N protected VC-12 with Channel Associated Signalling and P12s termination (CR ID 200005740).

Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ461 software version must be 1.7. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher.
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GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858).

Bugs

SYN-34-E interface module does not work reliably (CR ID 200011636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test fails unintentionally and produces fault Initialization error (GMZ461) (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636). It is possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC12 does not work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752). Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303).

11.4 Version 1.6


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU. This software is intended for GMU-A only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Asynchronous 2 Mbit/s signal mapping. P12s (G.704) termination. V5.2 voice interface support in Tellabs 8150 basic node. SS bit values in AU4 pointer do not have to be 10 anymore. Therefore, this software version can be used to connect GMU-A to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547). Transmitted NU2 byte in STM1 RSOH is balanced, i.e. it has equal number of 0 and 1 bits (value 0xAA). The byte can also be set with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager (interface window/overhead bytes) (CRF ID 4003371).

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GMU-A does not cause Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared correctly (CRF ID 4004442).

Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ461 software version must be 1.6. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. Other threshold values (ES and SES) are according to the standard. Threshold values on other layers (RS, VC-4, VC-2, VC-12) are according to the standard. Note: if software is downloaded to existing GMU-A, execution of Factory settings is required for this feature (CRF ID 4003017).

Bugs

SYN-34-E interface module does not work reliably (CR ID 200011636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test fails unintentionally and produces fault Initialization error (GMZ461). However, this fault is not shown by Tellabs 8100 network manager because of fault reporting bug CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406 (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636).

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It is possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC12 does not work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752). Incorrect MLOF alarm is reported with asynchronous SNC/N protected VC-12 with Channel Associated Signalling and P12s termination (CR ID 200005740). Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Fault reporting bug, some faults are never reported (CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes.

11.5 Version 1.102


This is a non-production version based on version 1.5. NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

GMU does not cause Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). SS bit values in AU4 pointer do not have to be 10 anymore. Therefore, this software version can be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547). Transmitted NU2 byte in STM1 RSOH is balanced, i.e. it has equal number of 0 and 1 bits (value 0xAA). The byte can also be set with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager (interface window/overhead bytes) (CRF ID 4003371).

Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.5. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ461 software version must be 1.102

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Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Versions 1.4 and later of GMU support advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP.

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

11.6 Version 1.5


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.5. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ461 software version must be 1.5.

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Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Versions 1.4 and later of GMU support advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

11.7 Version 1.4


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.4. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ461 software version must be 1.4.

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Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. Version 1.4 of GMU supports advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. Expected TI, CAS, signal degrade seconds, signal degrade threshold and TIMaAisenabled attributes cannot be changed in VCgtp if SNC/I protection is used. AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

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11.8 Version 1.3


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ461 software version must be 1.3.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported. X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported. XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. Ps34M performance thresholds are seen as MS thresholds if SYN-34-E interface module is configured. If 34M-PsTTP alarm is activated and fault declare value is between 1-9, TU12-LOMs exist for a short time. Monitoring VCs of SNC group do not count far end bit errors.

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In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s. VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarms may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch. If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. If VC4 TIM or LOM is active, the received trace identifier J1 is masked to NULL. After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. The AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

11.9 Version 1.2


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ461 software version must be 1.2.

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Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. The SYN-34-E interface module is not supported. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported. X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported. XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. 522 bytes of a non-volatile setting are not sent to SCU, this means that part of spontaneous event reporting configurations are not backed up. If an equipment loop is set and LOS is detected, RS-AIS is still sent to the RX direction and SSF is set to the lower level instances. After 1+1 multiplex section protection switch VC2/12s could have an SSF fault without a reason. If vcGtp is set to lock state and one VC locking fails, all VCs are not returned to the unlock state. DEG fault exists shortly after an SSF fault of VC2/12, DEG fault exists when an SLM fault of VC2/12 exists. In case of subnetwork connection protection auto switch does not clear manual switch. Monitoring VCs of an SNC group do not count far end bit errors. In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s.

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VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarm may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch. If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. If VC4 TIM or LOM is active, the received trace identifier J1 is masked to NULL. After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

11.10 Version 1.1


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ461 software version must be 1.1.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. The SYN-34-E interface module is not supported.

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Control channel data is not protected in VC4 POH bytes in case of MS 1+1 protection. It is possible to delete control channel related VC2/12 and cross-connections. If a certain instance has an SSF alarm, the trace identifier of the corresponding instance is not masked to value null. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported. X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported. XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. VC2/VC12 FEBEs are not counted when TU connection is bidirectional. A fault in Tx signal (RDI or enough FEBE). does not generate unavailability. With a certain configuration of VCs, the GMU restart is failed after node reset. 522 bytes of a non-volatile setting are not sent to SCU, this means that part of spontaneous event reporting configurations are not backed up. If equipment loop is set and LOS is detected, RS-AIS is still sent to the RX direction and SSF is set to the lower level instances. After 1+1 multiplex section protection switch VC2/12s could have an SSF fault without a reason. If vcGtp is set to lock state and one VC locking fails, all VCs are not returned to the unlock state. The DEG fault exists shortly after an SSF fault of VC2/12, the DEG fault exists when an SLM fault of VC2/12 exists. In case of subnetwork connection protection auto switch does not clear the manual switch. Monitoring VCs of an SNC group do not count far end bit errors. In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s.
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VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarm may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch. If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. AIS fault of the SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442).

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12 GMU and GMU-A Units: GMZ461 Unit Software


Two software products are needed on the GMU and GMU-A units in Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. Software GMZ460 is for the main processor and software GMZ461 is for the ASIC processor. GMZ461 version 1.11 can be downloaded to GMU-A having the version 1.y of GMZ461 (where y=0, 1, 2...). GMZ461 version 1.10 can be downloaded to GMU having the version 1.y of GMZ461 (where y=0, 1, 2...). GMU is composed of the GMU450 v1.0 and DSU453 v1.0 boards. The base unit hardware version is 1.0. GMU-A is composed of the GMU450 v1.0 and DSU453 v2.0 boards. The base unit hardware version is 2.0 or higher.

12.1 Version 1.11


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU (HW version 1.0). This software is intended for GMU-A only (HW version 2.0). For the HW version 1.0, use the SW version 1.10. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if the alarm cause has disappeared. (CR ID 300070271)

Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.8 or higher CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher.

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GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, not by GMU. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting the GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A a standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 network manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858). STM-1 interface modules older than version 2.0 do not support "Small block" B2-counting. In the old interface module version B2-counting mode is always "Large Block" regardless of the NMS settings.

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084)

12.2 Version 1.10


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A (HW version 2.0). This software is intended for GMU only (HW version 1.0). For the HW version 2.0, use the SW version 1.11. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if the alarm cause has disappeared. (CR ID 300070271)

Dependencies

GMU hardware version must be 1.0. GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.8. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version.

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SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, but not by GMU. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A a standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 network manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858).

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). VC-2 trunks work unreliably ( CR IDs 200016173, 200013679) SSM does not work with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

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12.3 Version 1.9


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU (HW version 1.0). This software is intended for GMU-A only (HW version 2.0). For HW version 1.0, use SW version 1.8. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version x.1)

A bug in the version 1.8 that caused bit errors and MAIS alarms on VC2 links with GMUA has been fixed (CR IDs 200016173 and 200013679). A bug with SSM message handling in 34 M interfaces (GDH456) has been fixed. This bug does not concern GDH456 modules that have been manufactured before 06/2004 (CR ID 200005361). An initialization error with old interface units with OTP ASIC version 1 has been fixed. Now it is possible to use all old hardware modules with GMU-A base unit HW version 2.0 (CR ID 200015744).

Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.8 or higher CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, but not by GMU. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

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Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A a standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858). STM-1 interface modules older than version 2.0 do not support "Small block" B2-counting. In old interface module version B2-counting mode is always "Large Block" regardless of NMS settings.

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084) Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if alarm cause has disappeared. (CR ID 300070271)

12.4 Version 1.8


NOTE: Do not use this software in GMU-A (HW version 2.0). Because of a traffic affecting bug in GMZ461 1.8, use version 1.9 in GMU-A instead. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Applies to GMU-A only: when X-bus distribution is set to 'even' while P12s signal mapping mode is 'asynchronous', 'uneven' X-bus distribution is used however. This is because of a bug in LTA ASIC causing the combination of X-bus distribution being 'even' and P12s signal mapping mode being 'asynchronous' for VC12 not to work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752). Applies to GMU-A only: now it is not possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12-mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Applies to GMU-A only: SYN-34-E interface module works also for GMU-A (CR ID 11636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test does not fail unintentionally and no fault Initialization error (GMZ461) is produced anymore (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636). Fixed wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303, 200011641). Fixed corruption of Rx buffer centring, which caused traffic degradation in GMU (CR ID 200007236), (Technical note ID SOL2005).

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Dependencies

GMU hardware version must be 1.0. GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.8. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. GMU-A specific features, asynchronous mapping, P12s termination and V5.2 voice support, are supported only by GMU-A, but not by GMU. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A a standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858).

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Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). VC-2 trunks work unreliably ( CR IDs 200016173, 200013679) SSM does not work with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744) Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if alarm cause has disappeared. (CR ID 300070271)

12.5 Version 1.179


This is a non-production version based on version 1.7. NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Fixed corruption of Rx buffer centring, which caused traffic degradation (CR ID 200007236), (Technical note ID SOL2005).

Dependencies

GMU hardware version must be 1.0. GMZ460 software version must be 1.179. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher.

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Restrictions

Do not download this software version in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions (CRF ID 4003017).

Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). SSM does not work with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.6 Version 1.7


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU. This software is intended for GMU-A only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Enhancement in performance data collection. If 15-minute performance counter has other value than zero, a delta-type alarm is set active (CRF ID 4003054). BIP-1/BIP-24 block size based MS operation in GMU-A (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858). G.826 performance monitoring data is collected also when TU cross-connection is missing (CRF ID 4004714). Extended production test support (CRF ID 4004928). If fault event reporting is defined for a VC-12, also P12 layer fault events are reported. P12 layer fault reporting enhanced. Fixed flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Fixed fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Fault reporting bug fixed, some faults were never reported (CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406). Fix in node master clock rank: illegal value 0 was sometimes reported to neighbour nodes. Fixed incorrect MLOF alarm with asynchronous SNC/N protected VC-12 with Channel Associated Signalling and P12s termination (CR ID 200005740).

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Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.7. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Before inserting GMU unit into a slot where GMU-A has been (in the inventory), it is absolutely necessary to do "Remove from Inventory" for GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. In GMU-A a standard method can be used if BIP-1 based MS block error calculation is selected (CRF ID 4003017). BIP-1 / BIP-24 block size based MS operation is supported only by GMU-A with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager Release 13A or higher (CRF ID 4003330, CR ID 200004858).

Bugs

SYN-34-E interface module does not work reliably (CR ID 200011636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test fails unintentionally and produces fault Initialization error (GMZ461) (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636). It is possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC12 does not work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752).
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Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). SSM does not work with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.7 Version 1.6


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU. This software is intended for GMU-A only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Asynchronous 2 Mbit/s signal mapping. P12s (G.704) termination. V5.2 voice interface support in Tellabs 8150 basic node. SS bit values in AU4 pointer do not have to be 10 anymore. Therefore, this software version can be used to connect GMU-A to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547). Transmitted NU2 byte in STM1 RSOH is balanced, i.e. it has equal number of 0 and 1 bits (value 0xAA). The byte can also be set with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager (interface window/overhead bytes) (CRF ID 4003371). GMU does not cause Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared correctly (CRF ID 4004442).

Dependencies

GMU-A hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMZ460 software version must be 1.6. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU software version must be 8.5 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.1 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 2.7 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.8 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.7 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher.

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MartisDXX Manager supports GMU-A functionality in Release 12A Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager supports asynchronous monitoring VC-12 (and SNC/N protected asynchronous VC-12) in Release 12A Service Pack 3 or higher. GMU-A (and GMU) supports GMU functionality in MartisDXX Manager Releases 11 and 12.

Restrictions

It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Performance threshold values are not according to the EN 301 167 v.1.1.1 standard on multiplex section (MS) layer. On MS layer, background block error (BBE) count is not according to the standard due to hardware restrictions. Other threshold values (ES and SES) are according to the standard. Threshold values on other layers (RS, VC-4, VC-2, VC-12) are according to the standard. Note: if software is downloaded to existing GMU, execution of Factory settings is required for this feature (CRF ID 4003017).

Bugs

SYN-34-E interface module does not work reliably (CR ID 200011636). SYN-34-E interface module internal test fails unintentionally and produces fault Initialization error (GMZ461). However, this fault is not shown by Tellabs 8100 network manager because of fault reporting bug CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406 (CR ID 200004414, 200011635, 200011636). It is possible to cause illegal VC-12-mc configuration by using Tellabs 8100 network managers Node Manager copy/paste from a single VC12 (asynchronous mode) into VC12mc/VC-12 (CR ID 200011098). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC12 does not work reliably in all situations (CR ID 200011752). Incorrect MLOF alarm is reported with asynchronous SNC/N protected VC-12 with Channel Associated Signalling and P12s termination (CR ID 200005740). Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Fault reporting bug, some faults are never reported (CRF ID 4005206, CR ID 200005406). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. SSM does not work with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

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12.8 Version 1.102


This is a non-production version based on version 1.5. NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

GMU does not cause Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). SS bit values in AU4 pointer do not have to be 10 anymore. Therefore, this software version can be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547). Transmitted NU2 byte in STM1 RSOH is balanced, i.e. it has equal number of 0 and 1 bits (value 0xAA). The byte can also be set with Tellabs 8100 Network Manager (interface window/overhead bytes) (CRF ID 4003371).

Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.5. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ460 software version must be 1.102

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Versions 1.4 and later of GMU support advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP.

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Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.9 Version 1.5


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.5. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ460 software version must be 1.5.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Versions 1.4 and later of GMU support advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

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Bugs

Tellabs 8100 control channel is not working in VC-2/VC-12 payload, if CAS is enabled for the VC-2/VC-12 (CRF ID 4005335, CR ID 200005084). Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.10 Version 1.4


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.4. SCP software version must be at least 3.1. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. XCG software version must be at least 2.1. GMZ460 software version must be 1.4.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. Version 1.4 of GMU supports advanced SNC group configuration but in MartisDXX Manager NMS this feature is supported in Release 10.0 and later. If SNC groups are configured by earlier NMS versions, this may cause inconsistency between database and hardware. The user can minimize this problem by configuring monitoring TTPs of an SNC group to have the same values as the terminating TTP. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

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Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. Expected TI, CAS, signal degrade seconds, signal degrade threshold and TIMaAisenabled attributes cannot be changed in VCgtp if SNC/I protection is used. AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.11 Version 1.3


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ460 software version must be 1.3.

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Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported. X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported. XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. Ps34M performance thresholds are seen as MS thresholds if SYN-34-E interface module is configured. If 34M-PsTTP alarm is activated and fault declare value is between 1-9, TU12-LOMs exist for a short time. Monitoring VCs of SNC group do not count far end bit errors. In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s. VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarms may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch. If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. If VC4 TIM or LOM is active, the received trace identifier J1 is masked to NULL.
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After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. The AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.12 Version 1.2


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ460 software version must be 1.2.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. The SYN-34-E interface module is not supported. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported. X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported.

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XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. 522 bytes of a non-volatile setting are not sent to SCU, this means that part of spontaneous event reporting configurations are not backed up. If an equipment loop is set and LOS is detected, RS-AIS is still sent to the RX direction and SSF is set to the lower level instances. After 1+1 multiplex section protection switch VC2/12s could have an SSF fault without a reason. If vcGtp is set to lock state and one VC locking fails, all VCs are not returned to the unlock state. DEG fault exists shortly after an SSF fault of VC2/12, DEG fault exists when an SLM fault of VC2/12 exists. In case of subnetwork connection protection auto switch does not clear manual switch. Monitoring VCs of an SNC group do not count far end bit errors. In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s. VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarm may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch. If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. If VC4 TIM or LOM is active, the received trace identifier J1 is masked to NULL. After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM.

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The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. AIS fault of SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

12.13 Version 1.1


NOTE: Do not download this software in GMU-A. This software is intended for GMU only. Dependencies

SCU software version must be at least 8.3. SCP software version must be at least 3.0. SXU-A/B software version must be at least 6.8. SXU-C software version must be at least 2.7. CXU-M software version must be at least 2.7. GMZ460 software version must be 1.1.

Restrictions

Software can not be downloaded to GMU-A. It is not supported to replace GMU-A with GMU, however GMU can be replaced with GMU-A. Control channel in VC payload is not supported. The SYN-34-E interface module is not supported. Control channel data is not protected in VC4 POH bytes in case of MS 1+1 protection. It is possible to delete control channel related VC2/12 and cross-connections. If a certain instance has an SSF alarm, the trace identifier of the corresponding instance is not masked to value null. Advanced SNC configuration is not supported.

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X-bus slip counters of VC2s and VC12s are not supported. SCU backuping is not supported. XCG is not supported. SSM enabling and disabling are not supported. The supervisory unequipped feature of VC2 and VC12 is not supported. Configurable TIM consequent actions are not supported. This software version can not be used to connect GMU to SONET equipment (CRF ID 4004547).

Bugs

Flash corruption problem (CRF ID 4005110). Wrong fault classification of UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR faults (CRF ID 4003428). Wrong alarm handling in bits C2 (VC-4) and V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CRF ID 4005047, CR ID 200005303). Node master clock rank is sometimes reported as illegal value 0 to neighbour nodes. VC2/VC12 FEBEs are not counted when TU connection is bidirectional. A fault in Tx signal (RDI or enough FEBE). does not generate unavailability. With a certain configuration of VCs, the GMU restart is failed after node reset. 522 bytes of a non-volatile setting are not sent to SCU, this means that part of spontaneous event reporting configurations are not backed up. If equipment loop is set and LOS is detected, RS-AIS is still sent to the RX direction and SSF is set to the lower level instances. After 1+1 multiplex section protection switch VC2/12s could have an SSF fault without a reason. If vcGtp is set to lock state and one VC locking fails, all VCs are not returned to the unlock state. The DEG fault exists shortly after an SSF fault of VC2/12, the DEG fault exists when an SLM fault of VC2/12 exists. In case of subnetwork connection protection auto switch does not clear the manual switch. Monitoring VCs of an SNC group do not count far end bit errors. In case of SNCP monitoring VCs have fault status PMA although it should be DMA. NNM1 alarms are seen as NNM2 alarms and NNM2 does not give alarms. NNM gives an alarm even if there is no corresponding control channel. If MS 1+1 protection is active, all read and write operations to interface loops are denied. VC4 LOM affects the performance data of VC4s. VC4 SLM, VC4 UNEQ, 34M SLM and 34M UNEQ alarm may exist without a reason. This may occur when signal quality is very bad. Attribute waitToRestoreTime affects SNPO switch even if there has been manual switch. The attribute should affect SNPO switch only after SF/SD switch.

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If SNPO switch is revertive and waitToRestore state is on, switchStatus of protecting side is in wait-to-restore state. It should be in No Request state. If MS-AIS is received, SSF should be set too in MSTTPBid. After GMU reset RS and VC4 AIS mask is not set on in case of dTIM. The performance management system of GMU fails to detect alarms from far end when receiving alarms from near end. AIS fault of the SYN-34-E interface module does not work. Recovery does not work between GMUs when they are located in Tellabs 8150 basic node. CAS signaling does not go through GMU. CAS signaling does not work, if GMU is moved from Tellabs 8150 basic node to Tellabs 8170 cluster node or vice versa. Group DEG does not work with SNC/N protection. Spontaneous messages do not work, if GMU is a replacement unit. Spontaneous messages of TU12Ctps do not work. GMU causes Unit IA fault in Tellabs 8160 A111 after power up (CRF ID 4004646). Performance monitoring thresholds lower BBE, ES, SES and secSesThreshold are compared incorrectly (CRF ID 4004442). SSM does not with 34 M interface units with the OTP v.3 (CR ID 200005361) Old interface units with OTP v.1 do not initialize properly (CR ID 200015744)

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13 GMX Unit: GMZ544 Unit Software


The software GMZ544 is used on the GMX unit (whose base unit is GMX588) in Tellabs 8160 A111. Two software products are needed for the GMX unit; boot software and downloadable software. The major version number indicates if the boot code is compatible with the downloadable code. If the boot version is a.b and the downloadable version is c.d, they are compatible if and only if a = c. For example, downloadable code 2.0 cannot be downloaded if boot code version is 1.5.

13.1 Version 4.6


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.4 / functionally same as 3.24)

1+1 protection switch does not cause fake SSF alarms on P12s (CR ID 300070961). Flash list record status bit handling has been fixed (CR ID 300092117). STM-1 loop timeout is not truncated in an STM-1 interface #2 (CR ID 300021040). LOF fault is not reported if P12s AIS reporting is disabled (CR ID 300021812).

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used. GMX hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

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Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

13.2 Version 4.5


This is an unofficial test version.

13.3 Version 4.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.3 / functionally same as 3.22)

SLM and UNEQ alarms will get cleared after the alarm cause has disappeared (CR ID 300074269).

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The option to select a Fallback List Warning alarm in GMX is now using correct polarity. Fallback List Warning alarm generation is enabled when the Use quality levels option is disabled (CR ID 300067521). Trunk swap operates also when swap operations are done between the X-buses (CR ID 300073896). Message deleter deactivation added to all possible error branches (CR ID 300069654). The X-bus object attribute in GMX uses a correct macro (CR ID 300074470).

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used. GMX hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s,

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#VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.


One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

13.4 Version 4.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.2 / functionally same as 3.21)

XSC FPGA init sequence has been modified to support init retries during unit initialization if FPGA initialization has been unsuccessful. This will reduce the probability of FPGA remaining in an uninitialized state. The fault Initialization error GMX A/B is activated if FPGA init has eventually not been successful. (CR ID 300041527). The fault Fallback list warning is activated if QL (Master clock quality level) use is enabled. Fault activation is a customer requirement. (CR ID 300038862) The fault Reconfiguring X-Connect Database does not any more activate unnecessarily in unprotected node after inventory create operation. (CR ID 300038153) MC RAI (Master Clock Remote Alarm Indication) problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300027029) EEPROM hardware read access is supported. (CR ID 300035385) FLS (Flash settings) module semafore problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300046898) EEIO (Eeprom IO) module semafore problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300047579) The MS protection switching time measurement does not any more use the internal timer in OTP ASIC but only QP timer. The ASIC timer has shown to be unreliable in some units. The 50ms switch time requirement measuring has been fixed. (CR ID 300056746)

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used.

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GMX hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

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Bugs

Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if the alarm cause has disappeared (CR ID 300074269). Option to select Fallback List Warning alarm in GMX mistakenly used wrong polarity. Fallback list warning alarm generation should be enabled when "Use quality levels" is disabled, not vice versa (CR ID 300067521). Trunk swap does not operate correctly in GMX unit when swap between X-buses is applied (swap ports in upper and lower shelf). This may cause X-bus FAT allocation conflicts. FAT allocation table resources may not be de-allocated during swap or unswap operation. Swap inside one X-bus operates correctly (CR ID 300073896). Missing message deleter deactivation. In very rare circumstances it is possible that this causes unit to stop responding to NMS messages (CR ID 300069654). The X-bus object attribute in GMX uses a wrong macro (CR ID 300074470).

13.5 Version 4.2


This is emergency version to fix flash memory related problems in the device driver level. Flash problems have caused download and setup problems in some units. This version is functionally identical to version 4.1 and the problem exists only in GMZ544 software version 4.1. The versions 3.20 and 4.2 can be used together and replaced with each other in same node.

13.6 Version 4.1


Note: This version has serious flash device driver errors and it must not be used! Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.18 / functionally same as 3.19)

If ports bigger than 140 timeslots are used the IA test timeslot does not overlap with port. This change is needed to support STE-10M when speeds over 8960 kbit/s are used. Otherwise data traffic would be affected (CR ID 200027037). The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database now activates a red led properly. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is not anymore possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. (CR ID 200026983). Memory overflow does not happen anymore when a GMU added to the node inventory or deleted from the node inventory, a GMU resets or the active GMX resets (CR ID 200026307). It is now possible to connect the whole capacity of all over-8M ports with a single management operation (CR ID 200010985 and 200014991). The user cannot anymore cause an illegal configuration by making copy/paste from a single VC-12 (asynchronous mode) to VC-12-mc/VC-12 using Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200011099).

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The QL value reported from the unit to the Master Clock State window is set to value 7 (Do Not Use) when there is an active problem in the clock source. Also the EXT clock QL is set to value 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in the external clock source. This change concerns only the reporting of QL values. The actual selection logic in the unit has been working without any problems and remains unchanged (CR ID 200011222). Signalling cross connections cannot anymore accidentally to be made in timeslots that do not support CAS when creating cross connections for over-8M capacity ports (CR ID 200012052). The check of incoming message integrity is improved. The GMX unit is able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is prevented. This will make the unit much more reliable in case of any communication problem. (CR ID 200012351) The possibility of GMX reset associated with table overflow in Fault Mask object has been fixed (CR ID 200012686). When GMX sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units the state value of the clock source data is not incorrectly set to NOT_OK (255) anymore in case the internal clock is used and the fallback list is not empty. Therefore, the neighbour node is able to apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200012836). The node reset (or simultaneous reset of both GMXs) during cross connection database reconfiguration cannot cause the corruption of cross connection database of GMX anymore. The reason was that the GMX with incomplete copy of the cross connection database could become active in the node reset. This is now prevented by storing the reconfiguration state in flash memory during reconfiguration and activating the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault again after reset according to the non-volatile fault state. Immediate switch over will automatically follow preventing the wrong GMX becoming active (CR ID 200013506). A new introduced fault Unit Initializing is active until it is safe to start configuring the unit. Note that this fault is introduced to inform operations personnel and there is no mechanism to prevent parameter changes if those are done in spite of the fault. In a protected node this fault must have been disappeared on both the GMX units before it is safe to start configuring GMXs. (CR ID 200018176). Wrong alarm handling in bit V5 fixed (VC-2/VC-12) (CR ID 200012057). A component batch problem detected in October 2003 in STM-1-LH-13 (ODH454, ODH703) interface modules has been corrected with component change (CCN2003108, effective date 17.11.2003). This component problem causes the USW to report LOF fault instead of LOS fault when the input signal is missing in that interface. The USW logic is changed to prevent the HW problem (CR ID 200012048).

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Dependencies

GMX hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported.
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Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

Flash driver is not completely compatible with the used flash memory type. This bug may cause problems in unit download and unit non volatile parameters. XSC FPGA init may fail during unit initialization. FPGA init fail is traffic affecting. The unit has no fault indication if this error happens. (CR ID 300041527 ) The fault Fallback list warning does not activate. Fault activation is customer requirement. (CR ID 300038862) The fault Reconfiguring X-Connect Database may activate unnecessarily after inventory create operation in unprotected node. The activated fault does not disappear without service actions. (CR ID 300038153) MC RAI (Master Clock Remote Alarm Indication) feature does not operate because of a bug in application. (CR ID 300027029) EEPROM hardware read access is not supported. (CR ID 300035385) Initialization of FLS (Flash Settings) module has an internal problem with semafore handling. (CR ID 300046898) EEIO (Eeprom IO) module has an internal problem with semafore handling. (CR ID 300047579) The MS protection switching may fail due to OTP ASIC internal timer problem in some units. The 50ms switch time measuring has a small problem. (CR ID 300056746)

13.7 Version 3.24


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.22 / functionally same as 4.6)

1+1 protection switch does not cause fake SSF alarms on P12s (CR ID 300070961). Flash list record status bit handling has been fixed (CR ID 300092117). STM-1 loop timeout is not truncated in an STM-1 interface #2 (CR ID 300021040). LOF fault is not reported if P12s AIS reporting is disabled (CR ID 300021812).

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher.

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In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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13.8 Version 3.23


This is an unofficial test version.

13.9 Version 3.22


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.21 / functionally same as 4.4)

SLM and UNEQ alarms will get cleared after alarm cause has disappeared (CR ID 300074269). Option to select Fallback List Warning alarm in GMX is now using correct polarity. Fallback List Warning alarm generation is enabled when "Use quality levels" is disabled (CR ID 300067521). Trunk swap operates also when swap operations are done between the X-buses (CR ID 300073896). Message deleter deactivation added to all possible error branches (CR ID 300069654). The X-bus object attribute in GMX uses a correct macro (CR ID 300074470).

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

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Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

13.10 Version 3.21


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.20 / functionally same as 4.3)

XSC FPGA init sequence has been modified to support init retries during unit initialization if FPGA initialization has been unsuccessful. This will reduce the probability of FPGA remaining in an uninitialized state. The fault Initialization error GMX A/B is activated if FPGA init has eventually not been successful. (CR ID 300041527). The fault Fallback list warning is activated if QL (Master clock quality level) use is enabled. Fault activation is a customer requirement. (CR ID 300038862) The fault Reconfiguring X-Connect Database does not any more activate unnecessarily in unprotected node after inventory create operation. (CR ID 300038153)
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MC RAI (Master Clock Remote Alarm Indication) problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300027029) EEPROM hardware read access is supported. (CR ID 300035385) FLS (Flash settings) module semafore problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300046898) EEIO (Eeprom IO) module semafore problem has been fixed. (CR ID 300047579) The MS protection switching time measurement does not any more use the internal timer in OTP ASIC but only QP timer. The ASIC timer has shown to be unreliable in some units. The 50ms switch time requirement measuring has been fixed. (CR ID 300056746)

Dependencies

When GMXs are equipment protected (both GMXs installed) and synchronization input is taken from the STM-1 interface, both GMXs must have an interface module, even if the STM-1 interface in the protecting GMX is not used. If GMX is protected, the software versions of both GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of the software upgrade process. However if the hardware versions are different the software version must be the functionally equal version mentioned above. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 =
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number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

Under certain circumstances SLM and UNEQ alarms might stay on even if the alarm cause has disappeared (CR ID 300074269). Option to select Fallback List Warning alarm in GMX mistakenly used wrong polarity. Fallback list warning alarm generation should be enabled when "Use quality levels" is disabled, not vice versa (CR ID 300067521). Trunk swap does not operate correctly in GMX unit when swap between X-buses is applied (swap ports in upper and lower shelf). This may cause XBUS FAT allocation conflicts. FAT allocation table resources may not be de-allocated during swap or unswap operation . Swap inside one XBUS operates correctly (CR ID 300073896). Missing message deleter deactivation. In very rare circumstances it is possible that this causes unit to stop responding to NMS messages (CR ID 300069654). The X-bus object attribute in GMX uses a wrong macro (CR ID 300074470).

13.11 Version 3.20


This is emergency version to achieve operative compatibility between GMX hardware versions 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0. The software version 3.20 used in hardware versions 1.0 and 2.0 is functionally identical and compatible with software version 4.2 used in hardware version 3.0. When compared to 3.19 one communication delay was adjusted according to the version 4.2. (CR ID 300038634). The versions 3.20 and 4.2 can be used together and replaced with each other in same node.

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13.12 Version 3.19


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.18)

If ports bigger than 140 timeslots are used the IA test timeslot does not overlap with port. This change is needed to support STE-10M when speeds over 8960 kbit/s are used. Otherwise data traffic would be affected (CR ID 200027037). The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database now activates a red led properly. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is not anymore possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. (CR ID 200026983). Memory overflow does not happen anymore when a GMU added to the node inventory or deleted from the node inventory, a GMU resets or the active GMX resets (CR ID 200026307). It is now possible to connect the whole capacity of all over-8M ports with a single management operation (CR ID 200010985 and 200014991). The user cannot anymore cause an illegal configuration by making copy/paste from a single VC-12 (asynchronous mode) to VC-12-mc/VC-12 using Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200011099). The QL value reported from the unit to the Master Clock State window is set to value 7 (Do Not Use) when there is an active problem in the clock source. Also the EXT clock QL is set to value 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in the external clock source. This change concerns only the reporting of QL values. The actual selection logic in the unit has been working without any problems and remains unchanged (CR ID 200011222). Signalling cross connections cannot anymore accidentally to be made in timeslots that do not support CAS when creating cross connections for over-8M capacity ports (CR ID 200012052). The check of incoming message integrity is improved. The GMX unit is able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is prevented. This will make the unit much more reliable in case of any communication problem. (CR ID 200012351) The possibility of GMX reset associated with table overflow in Fault Mask object has been fixed (CR ID 200012686). When GMX sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units the state value of the clock source data is not incorrectly set to NOT_OK (255) anymore in case the internal clock is used and the fallback list is not empty. Therefore, the neighbour node is able to apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200012836). The node reset (or simultaneous reset of both GMXs) during cross connection database reconfiguration cannot cause the corruption of cross connection database of GMX anymore. The reason was that the GMX with incomplete copy of the cross connection database could become active in the node reset. This is now prevented by storing the reconfiguration state in flash memory during reconfiguration and activating the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault again after reset according to the non-volatile fault state. Immediate switch over will automatically follow preventing the wrong GMX becoming active (CR ID 200013506). A new introduced fault Unit Initializing is active until it is safe to start configuring the unit. Note that this fault is introduced to inform operations personnel and there is no mechanism to prevent parameter changes if those are done in spite of the fault. In a protected node this

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fault must have been disappeared on both the GMX units before it is safe to start configuring GMXs. (CR ID 200018176).

Wrong alarm handling in bit V5 fixed (VC-2/VC-12) (CR ID 200012057). A component batch problem detected in October 2003 in STM1-LH-13 (ODH454, ODH703) interface modules has been corrected with component change (CCN2003108, effective date 17.11.2003). This component problem causes the USW to report LOF fault instead of LOS fault when the input signal is missing in that interface. The USW logic is changed to prevent the HW problem (CR ID 200012048).

Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

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One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

XSC FPGA init may fail during unit initialization. FPGA init fail is traffic affecting. The unit has no fault indication if this error happens. (CR ID 300041527 ) The fault Fallback list warning does not activate. Fault activation is customer requirement. (CR ID 300038862) The fault Reconfiguring X-Connect Database may activate unnecessarily after inventory create operation in unprotected node. The activated fault does not disappear without service actions. (CR ID 300038153) MC RAI (Master Clock Remote Alarm Indication) feature does not operate because of a bug in application. (CR ID 300027029) EEPROM hardware read access is not supported. (CR ID 300035385) Initialization of FLS (Flash Settings) module has an internal problem with semafore handling. (CR ID 300046898) EEIO (Eeprom IO) module has an internal problem with semafore handling. (CR ID 300047579) The MS protection switching may fail due to OTP ASIC internal timer problem in some units. The 50ms switch time measuring has a small problem. (CR ID 300056746)

13.13 Version 3.18


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.17)

GMX now supports reconfiguration of cross-connections on the passive GMX without resets. This eliminates unnecessary resets on the passive side affecting the traffic in STM-1 interface of the passive GMX. It also prevents a possible rare reset loop condition in the passive GMX caused by reconfigurations initiated by Recovery Server. (CR ID 200005094). Supports the use of ESU in Tellabs 8160 A111 (CR ID 200005401). No purposeless power supply alarms appear anymore in certain rare situations, because the statistical handling of voltage measurement samples has been corrected (CR ID 200008442). When X-bus distribution is set to 'even' while P12s signal mapping mode is 'asynchronous', 'uneven' X-bus distribution is used however. This is because of a bug in LTA ASIC causing

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the combination of X-bus distribution being 'even' and P12s signal mapping mode being 'asynchronous' for VC-12 not to work reliably in all situations.

R0 byte of VC-12 cannot be used for control channel anymore because of unreliable HW functionality. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparison between GMXs works reliably. GMX's fault timestamps are now shown always correctly in FMS apart from very rare situation of timestamp being circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s can now be used together with S-bus connections (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s or VC-12s). Also VC-12s of SBU can be SNC/N protected. AIS and LOF from P12 adaptation layer generate now UNAVAIL to P12sTTP (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag is copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. A possible DB/HW inconsistency in Tellabs 8100 network manager is therefore prevented. VC-4 fault filtering works now correctly also if MS 1+1 protection is activated and the protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. GMX switchover reliability has been further improved by adding TUG3 structure refresh (settings reside in LAC ASIC) mechanism at the end of the switchover sequence. 15 minutes performance event delta faults are not shown twice anymore, because only the active GMX of the node announces the fault for VC-12/2- and P12 -layers (CR ID 200005169). TS usage for VC-12/2 parameters is now shown correctly by Tellabs 8100 network manager also in the case GMX is protected and the lower GMX is the active crossconnection unit (CR ID 200005293). All delta event faults are now transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm cannot occur anymore (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is not stopped anymore in case TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset cannot occur anymore (CR ID 200005079). Bit errors do not occur anymore if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects (CR ID 200008033). Performance source setting works now in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window for VC-12/2s (CR ID 200005199).

Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher.

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In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity (CR ID 200012351). Does not support the fault Unit Initializing (CR ID 200018176). The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 is forbidden because of unreliable HW functionality. Monitoring VC-12/2s in GMX use the same TU-bus internal resources as VC-12s in SBU. The total capacity for VC-12/2s is (in the case of two protected GMXs):

63 VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 31 SNC/N protected VC-12s of SBU + 63 GMXs VC-12s or, 63 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, 20 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-2s + 3 SNC/N protected GMXs VC-12s or, a combination of the alternatives above so that 2*#E1 + #VC12M + 3*#VC2M 126 and #VC12T + 3*#VC2T 63, where #E1 = number of VC-12s of SBU, #VC12M = number of monitoring VC-12s, #VC2M = number of monitoring VC-2s, #VC12T = number of terminating VC-12s and #VC2T = number of terminating VC-2s.

One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

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Bugs

If ports bigger than 140 timeslots are used the IA test timeslot overlaps with port data causing data errors. Therefore IA test is modified so that a bigger test timeslot is automatically used (CR ID 200027037). The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). Memory overflow may happen when a GMU added to the node inventory or deleted from the node inventory, a GMU resets or the active GMX resets (CR ID 200026307). It is not possible to connect the whole capacity of all over-8M ports with a single management operation (CR ID 200010985 and 200014991). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). Signalling cross connections can accidentally to be made in timeslots that do not support CAS when creating cross connections for over-8M capacity ports (CR ID 200012052). There is a possibility of reset associated with Fault Mask object has been fixed (CR ID 200012686). When GMX sends the state of the used clock source to the interface units the state value of the clock source data is set to NOT_OK (255) if the used clock is internal and the FBL is not empty and therefore the neighbor node does not apply the defined QL of the internal clock correctly (CR ID 200012836). Node cross-connection database corruption in GMX may follow after node reset if reconfiguration has not been complete before it. The reason is the possibility of Xconnection database incomplete copy in the GMX that becomes active in the node (CR 200013506). Wrong alarm handling in bit V5 (VC-2/VC-12) (CR ID 200012057). A HW bug in STM1-LH-13 interface module has been noticed during Oct. 2003 and component change CCN2003108 has been planned to solve the problem. When realized, the bug makes OTP asic to see erroneous dLOS and dLOF values, which further makes the USW to not report LOS and LOF faults correctly in that interface (CR ID 200012048). Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.14 Version 3.17


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.16)

Fault HDLC/XBUS in same TS is not raised needlessly anymore. In version 3.16, this happened if control channel 2 was set to VC-4 POH and there existed a VC-12/2 with Xbus port 1 and its timeslot 0 was connected to X-bus (CRF ID 4005016). However, both traffic and control channel worked despite the alarm.

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Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s or VC-12s) connections are used and vice versa. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983).

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The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. Performance source setting is inactive in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window for VC-12/2s, viz. the performance source does not change in HW (CR ID 200005199). SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. 15 minutes performance event delta fault is announced by both GMXs of the node for VC12/2- and P12 layers. Therefore those faults appear twice in FMS (CR ID 200005169). In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

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13.15 Version 3.16


This is an official emergency version based on version 3.15. This version should not be used once the next official version is available. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.15)

ASIC register monitoring process has been implemented. The process monitors all SDH ASICs of GMX on background and corrects possible corrupted values in registers. Handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node has been fixed. This bug could prevent SNC switch proper functioning after GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) in earlier versions. Interrupt and fault monitoring activity filtering during GMX switchover sequence (equipment protection switch) has been implemented. This adds switchover reliability against fault monitoring or ASIC register corruption, which was possible to take place and cause erroneous faults and/or deterioration of data in earlier versions. A bug in master clock module being able to cause spontaneous reset of GMX unit with very low probability has been corrected. Performance monitoring QOSTR lower SES threshold is now compared correctly against zero.

Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher In the case GMX is protected, SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094).

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Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s or VC-12s) connections are used and vice versa. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. Performance source setting is inactive in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window for VC-12/2s, viz. the performance source does not change in HW (CR ID 200005199). SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178).

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When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. 15 minutes performance event delta fault is announced by both GMXs of the node for VC12/2- and P12 layers. Therefore those faults appear twice in FMS (CR ID 200005169). In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). Fault HDLC/XBUS in same TS is raised needlessly if control channel 2 is set to VC-4 POH and there exists a VC-12/2 with X-bus port 1 and its timeslot 0 is connected to X-bus. Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.16 Version 3.15


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.8)

Cross-connections between E1VC-12s (VC12 of SBU) and GMX's VC-12s are supported (CRF ID 4004076). SS-bit values in AU4 pointer do not have to be 10 anymore. Therefore, this software version can be used to connect GMX to SONET equipment. (CRF ID 4004546). This version prevents GMX from performing spontaneous resets. The reasons were found and corresponding fixes were done (CRF ID 4004477). Cause for cuts in data through SNC/N protected vcGtps (virtual concatenation groups) of VC-12/2s was found and corrected (CRF ID 4004229). Deleting and creating timeslot connections with CAS do not affect other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk anymore (CRF ID 4004509). 15 minutes performance event delta fault is announced for RS-, MS-, VC4-, VC-12/2- or P12 layer if there has been performance deterioration during the previous 15-minute period (CRF ID 4003053). Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are compared correctly (CRF ID 4003406).

Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process.

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GMX hardware version must be 2.0 or higher for S-bus/X-bus (VC-12 of SBU connected to GMXs VC-12) connections to be used, otherwise GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for group operation for setting recovery restriction for trunk operations is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004476). MartisDXX Manager support for optional restricting of set operations while downloading unit software is available in Release 11 Service Pack 4 or higher (CRF ID 4004515).

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s or VC-12s) connections are used and vice versa. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222).

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In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. Performance source setting is inactive in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window for VC-12/2s, viz. the performance source does not change in HW (CR ID 200005199). SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. 15 minutes performance event delta fault is announced by both GMXs of the node for VC12/2- and P12 layers. Therefore those faults appear twice in FMS (CR ID 200005169). In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) and cause data deterioration. With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly and cause improper functioning of SNC protection switch. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions, leading to erroneous faults and/or deteriorated data. Performance monitoring QOSTR lower SES threshold is compared faulty (should be permanently = 0). The SES count is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which acts now as the upper and lower limit while it should act as upper limit only. Alarm problems:

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The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.17 Version 3.13


This is an official emergency version based on version 3.12. This version should not be used once the next official version is available. Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s) connections are used and vice versa. Cross-connections between E1VC-12s (VC12 of SBU) and GMX's VC-12s are not supported. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported.

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Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly.

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With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions. Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again. Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. TTI expected value of SNC/I protected E1VC-12 (VC-12 of SBU) cannot be changed Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.18 Version 3.12


This is an official emergency version based on version 3.11. This version should not be used once the next official version is available. Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094).

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Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s) connections are used and vice versa. Cross-connections between E1VC-12s (VC-12 of SBU) and GMX's VC-12s are not supported. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139).

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P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions. Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again. Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. With this software version, the GMX unit may go to software reset at random times, after which the unit continues to work normally. However, the probability of the reset is low. TTI expected value of SNC/I protected E1VC-12 (VC-12 of SBU) cannot be changed Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.19 Version 3.11


This is an official emergency version based on version 3.9. This version should not be used once the next official version is available. Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher.

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SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s) connections are used and vice versa. Cross-connections between E1VC-12s (VC12 of SBU) and GMX's VC-12s are not supported. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197).

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Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions. Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again. Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. With this software version, the GMX unit may go to software reset at random times, after which the unit continues to work normally. However, the probability of the reset is low. Background memory check process may realize with very low probability to a CPU bug that causes uncontrollable reset TTI expected value of SNC/I protected E1VC-12 (VC-12 of SBU) cannot be changed Alarm problems:

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The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.20 Version 3.9


This is an official emergency version almost equal to version 3.8. The only difference is that the bug concerning SNC/N protected vcGtps in versions 3.2 - 3.8 is fixed. This version should not be used once the next official version is available.

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13.21 Version 3.8


Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit without SBU functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit with SBU functionality is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. SNC/N protection for GMXs VC-12/2s cannot be used if S-bus (VC-12s of SBU connected to GMXs TU12s) connections are used and vice versa. Does not support the enhanced internal state monitoring test features. Cross-connections between E1VC-12s (VC-12 of SBU) and GMX's VC-12s are not supported. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported.

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Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions. Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again.

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Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. With this software version, the GMX unit may go to software reset at random times, after which the unit continues to work normally. However, the probability of the reset is low. Background memory check process may realize with very low probability to a CPU bug that causes uncontrollable reset The test condition of the fault X-Connect Flash List Conflict is wrong. If GMX for any reason ends up in a reconfiguration state there is a small probability that the operation fails. This leads to unnecessary reset of passive GMX unit. Eventually the unit is able to perform reconfiguration. Data through VC-12 circuits may be cut when using SNC/N protected vcGtps. TTI expected value of SNC/I protected E1VC-12 (VC-12 of SBU) cannot be changed Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

13.22 Version 3.5


Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. In the case GMX is not protected the node works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.6 or higher. Flash checksum calculation works correctly only if SCU-H has SW version 1.5 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401).

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GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. Does not support the enhanced internal state monitoring test features. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12 of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using a long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported. SBU and E1Mapper modules (E1M-75 and E1M-120) are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the

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protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface.

In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions. Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again. Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. With this software version, the GMX unit may go to software reset at random times, after which the unit continues to work normally. However, the probability of the reset is low. Background memory check process may realize with very low probability to a CPU bug that causes uncontrollable reset The test condition of the fault X-Connect Flash List Conflict is wrong. If GMX for any reason ends up in a reconfiguration state there is a small probability that the operation fails. This leads to unnecessary reset of passive GMX unit. Eventually the unit is able to perform reconfiguration. Data through VC-12 circuits may be cut when using SNC/N protected vcGtps. Remote case of trunk swap (trunks from separate X-buses) may cause bit errors within the corresponding circuits during the first 2 minutes. Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of a clock loop.

There is an SNC protection bug in the interface 2 when the lower GMX is active: if optical interface module is placed to the lower GMX, after reset the SNC protection logic cannot use the lower interface. Trunk swap does not work between VC-12s of the GMX when the VC-12s are allocated from the same X-bus (local swap). Extended links of SCU-H (IP links 3-16 and HDLC links 1-16) do not work.

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Dependencies

In the case GMX is protected, the software versions of GMXs must be the same, except during the middle phase of software upgrade process. GMX hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.3 or higher. SNC protection works only if SCU-H has SW version 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

The control channel in the R0 byte of VC-12 should not be used because of unreliable HW functionality. Supports reconfiguration with reset only (CR ID 200005094). Does not support the use of ESU (CR ID 200005401). GMX generates fault Loss of AU4 pointer if SS-bit values in AU4 pointer differ from 10. This prevents GMX to be connected to SONET equipment. Does not support the enhanced internal state monitoring test features. One timeslot (64 kbit) of GMXBUS1 cannot be allocated. It means that the last VC-12s of GMXBUS 1 has to be locked using long X-bus buffer. 31 VC-12s may have CAS capacity inside one GMXBUS. It means that 62 VC-12s may have CAS capacity. Control channels in the first octet of VC-12 payload are not supported. Tx AIS is not generated in G.704 termination, when X-bus-AIS (=B2-AIS) is detected. In the case of SNC/N protection, signal label values are not copied automatically from the terminating VCs to the monitoring VCs. Dual ended (bidirectional) MS 1+1 is not supported. Control channels in VC-4 POH with MS 1+1 protection are not supported. FMS system is incomplete in the case of MS 1+1 protection and SNC/N protection. See MartisDXX Manager R10.1A-3 Installation and Release Notes. In the case of SNC/N, the Protection Criteria attribute of an SNC protection group cannot be set to active. So TIM alarm will not trigger SNC/N protection switch (which it would do if the Protection Criteria attribute were used and the attribute worked). In the case GMX is not protected the node works slowly via Tellabs 8100 network manager. Passivation or activation of a swapped trunk is not restricted by USW though it should be (this is a forbidden operation by definition). Changing CAS on/off for a swapped port is not restricted by USW though it should be (this is a forbidden operation because swapped ports have to be equal).

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Flash operations are relatively slow (approximately 10 times faster in version 3.5). SBU and E1Mapper modules (E1M-75 and E1M-120) are not supported.

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-connect database activates a yellow led instead of a proper red led. Therefore, a switch over during reconfiguration is possible if a fault causing a switch over is activated. This may lead the node to lose cross connections (CR ID 200026983). The quality level value of external clock input in master clock status window is shown as set in parameters even when the actual used quality level may be DNU because of an active problem. This error has no functional effects but may be confusing (CR ID 200011222). In rare occasions, delta event faults may not be transferred to Tellabs 8100 network manager (CR ID 200005197). Purposeless Crc. err LAC RAM 1/2/3/4 alarm can occur sometimes (CR ID 200005197). Performance counting is stopped when TU cross-connection for VC-12/VC-2 is missing (CR ID 200005168). Purposeless reset alarms without a reset can occur rarely (CR ID 200005079). Purposeless power supply alarms may appear in certain rare situations (CR ID 200008442). A burst of bit errors occurs if update is pressed in the Tellabs 8100 network manager interface parameters window of one of the P12s objects of (CR ID 200008033). Because of a bug in LTA ASIC, the combination of X-bus distribution being even and P12s signal mapping mode being asynchronous for VC-12 does not work reliably in all situations. SETUP0 checksum calculation and comparing between GMXs does not work reliably in all situations. GMXs fault timestamps may be shown incorrectly (very rarely) in FMS. In case this realizes the timestamp is always circa 497 days too old (=0xFFFFFFFF in 10 ms units) (CR ID 200005139). P12s performance monitoring does not count unavailable time during AIS and LOF signal fail conditions (CR ID 200005178). When MS 1+1 parameters are updated to GMX, the VC-4 timaAisEnabled flag gets the default value (ON) in the protecting interface. This causes DB/HW inconsistency, if the protected interface does have this flag OFF. The flag should be copied from the protected interface to the protecting interface. In the case GMX is protected and lower GMX is the active cross-connection unit, 'TS usage' of VC-12/2 parameters is shown faulty by NMS. Then all cross-connected timeslots are shown with usage 'free' instead of the correct usage information 'In use' (CR ID 200005293). With a small probability, some SDH ASIC register values may become corrupted during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch). With a small probability, handling of LTA ASIC hardware link between GMXs of a node during GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may not function correctly. With a small probability, a burst of interrupts resulting from GMX switchover (equipment protection switch) may cause fault monitoring inconsistency and/or SDH ASIC register values corruptions.

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Deleting one or more timeslot connections with CAS will disable all other CAS connections for the corresponding trunk. Recreating at least one timeslot connection with CAS will enable all connections for that trunk again. Performance monitoring thresholds QOSTR lower BBE, lower ES and lower SES (always = 0) are compared faulty. Now QOSTR lower BBE and lower ES are activated when the number of BBE or ES in the 15 minute period is less than (<) the threshold value (should be less or equal (< or =)). SES lower threshold is compared erroneously to the given SES threshold which should act as upper limit only. With this software version, the GMX unit may go to software reset at random times, after which the unit continues to work normally. However, the probability of the reset is low. Background memory check process may realize with very low probability to a CPU bug that causes uncontrollable reset The test condition of the fault X-Connect Flash List Conflict is wrong. If GMX for any reason ends up in a reconfiguration state there is a small probability that the operation fails. This leads to unnecessary reset of passive GMX unit. Eventually the unit is able to perform reconfiguration. Data through VC-12 circuits may be cut when using SNC/N protected vcGtps. Alarm problems:

The Phase locked loop and 20 MHz node clock missing alarms are active for a while after GMX reset. VC-4 fault filtering does not work if MS 1+1 protection is activated and protection switch uses the interface of the passive GMX. PLL alarm does not work in the case of clock loop. If control channel is located in SOH or VC4-POH bytes, the HDLC/X-bus in same TS alarm may be active without reason. If the Performance Source attribute has value P12s or VC12 and P12s, P12 performance alarms (UNAVAIL, QOS and QOSTR) may stay active even if P12 is in transparent mode. P12 alarms do not work after GMX reset. If P12 attribute values are updated after reset, P12 alarms are working correctly. The functional state of the portmode attribute is always Monitored after reset.

The expected TI, CAS, signal degrade seconds, signal degrade threshold and TIMaAisenabled attributes cannot be changed in concatenation if SNC/I protection is used. Trunk swap does not work between VC-12s of the GMX. Trunk swap in the remote case (trunks from separate X-buses) does not work. Flash checksum calculation works unreliably. Reset of the passive GMX affects to the synchronization sources of the active GMX. Received trail trace of interface 2 is not masked to NULL in RS and VC-4 layers when the TSF signal has been received. Extended links of SCU-H (IP links 3-16 and HDLC links 1-16) do not work.

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14 GMX2 Unit: GMZ802 Unit Software


The software GMZ802 is used on GMX2 unit (whose base unit is GMX811) in Tellabs 8184 access switch and Tellabs 8188 access switch.

14.1 Version 1.21


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

VC-12 CAS AIS insertion into Rx signal does not work properly (CR ID 300110017). The synchronization connection initialization specific to GMU-A or GMU has been fixed (CR ID 300109943).

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs

14.2 Version 1.20


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Improved 1/0-protection switching during equipment protection. Minimal data interruption during change of the active unit. (CR ID 300095583). Flash memory access updated.

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Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

The synchronization connection initialization specific to GMU-A or GMU is not valid. This error may cause unexpected random faults in the node.

14.3 Version 1.18


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

STM-4 IF output jitter is not according to the G.813 specification. (CR ID 300097924).

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

The synchronization connection initialization specific to GMU-A or GMU is not valid. This error may cause unexpected random faults in the node.

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14.4 Version 1.16


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

CAS does not work reliably (CR ID 300095743).

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

STM-4 IF output jitter is not according to the G.813 specification. (CR ID 300097924). The synchronization connection initialization specific to GMU-A or GMU is not valid. This error may cause unexpected random faults in the node

14.5 Version 1.15


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Compatible with Tellabs 8000 network manager Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP2 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

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Bugs

STM-4 IF output jitter is not according to the G.813 specification. (CR ID 300097924). CAS does not work reliably. The synchronization connection initialization specific to GMU-A or GMU is not valid. This error may cause unexpected random faults in the node

14.6 Version 1.12


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Channel Associated Signalling (CAS) is supported. VC-12 R-byte cross-connection is supported.

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP1.

Restrictions

This version can be used only with Tellabs 8000 network manager Release 16A SP1. SNC/N is not supported by Tellabs 8000 network manager Release 16A SP1. This version is not recommended to be used in live networks.

Bugs

STM-4 IF output jitter is not according to the G.813 specification. (CR ID 300097924). CAS does not work reliably. Traffic is not recovered reliably after cable cuts.

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14.7 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

GMX2 unit hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 1.x then version must be 1.18 or higher. If SCU-H (SCZ545) software version is 2.x then version must be 2.6 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for this unit is available in Release 16A SP1.

Restrictions

Channel Associated Signalling (CAS) is not supported. VC-12 R-byte cross-connection is not supported. This version can be used only with Tellabs 8000 network manager Release 16A SP1. SNC/N is not supported by Tellabs 8000 network manager Release 16A SP1. This version is not recommended to be used in live networks.

Bugs

STM-4 IF output jitter is not according to the G.813 specification. (CR ID 300097924). Traffic is not recovered reliably after cable cuts.

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LAN Module: EHZ541 Unit Software

15 LAN Module: EHZ541 Unit Software


The software EHZ541 is used on a LAN Module. The version 1.2 can be downloaded to LAN Modules having the version 1.y of EHZ541 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

15.1 Version 1.2


Dependencies

STU-1088/2048 (SBZ384) baseband modem support for IP filtering is available in version 1.4. STU-160 (SBZ385) DSL Network Terminating Unit support for IP filtering is available in version 1.5. STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (SBZ387) SDSL Network Terminating Unit support for IP filtering is available in version 1.0. HTU-2M (SBZ389) HDSL Network Terminating Units support for IP filtering is available in version 1.0. VCM-5T-A/VCM-10T-A (VCZ285A) interface unit support for LAN Module is available in version 10.1. Mini Node SBM 2048M (SMZ414) support for LAN Module is available in version 5.0. MartisDXX Manager support for IP filtering is available in Release 10.0A SP2.

Restrictions

The address table expiration timer is configurable in 4 minute intervals from 8 minutes up to 252. The user interface may allow the setting of this value also to 0 or 4 (corrected at MartisDXX Manager R11SP3), but in this case the unit software will internally use 8 minutes as the parameter value. This restriction is related to correction of traffic cut problem.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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15.2 Version 1.1


Dependencies

STU-1088/2048 (SBZ384) baseband modem support for IP filtering is available in version 1.4. STU-160 (SBZ385) DSL Network Terminating Unit support for IP filtering is available in version 1.5. STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (SBZ387) SDSL Network Terminating Unit support for IP filtering is available in version 1.0. HTU-2M (SBZ389) HDSL Network Terminating Unit support for IP filtering is available in version 1.0. VCM-5T-A/VCM-10T-A (VCZ285A) interface unit support for LAN Module is available in version 10.1. Mini Node SBM 2048M (SMZ414) support for LAN Module is available in version 5.0. MartisDXX Manager support for IP filtering is available in Release 10.0A SP2.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

LAN Module cuts traffic in "heavy traffic" load. This can be solved by setting the address table expiration time to 16 minutes, which works in most cases.

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15.3 Version 1.0


Dependencies

STU-1088/2048 (SBZ384) baseband modem support for LAN Module is available in version 1.3. STU-160 (SBZ385) DSL Network Terminating Unit support for LAN Module is available in version 1.3. STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (SBZ387) SDSL Network Terminating Unit support for LAN Module is available in version 1.0. HTU-2M (SBZ389) HDSL Network Terminating Unit support for LAN Module is available in version 1.0. VCM-5T-A/VCM-10T-A (VCZ285A) interface unit support for LAN Module is available in version 10.1. Mini Node SBM 2048M (SMZ414) support for LAN Module is available in version 5.0. MartisDXX Manager support for LAN Module is available in Release 9.0B.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

LAN Module cuts traffic in "heavy traffic" load. This can be solved by setting the address table expiration time to 16 minutes, which works in most cases.

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OMH/OMH-A Unit: OMZ675 Unit Software

16 OMH/OMH-A Unit: OMZ675 Unit Software


The software OMZ675 is used on OMH and OMH-A units (whose base unit is OMH771) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes as well as in Tellabs 8184 and Tellabs 8188 access switches. The version 3.3 can be downloaded to OMH units having the version 1.y, 2.y or 3.y of OMZ675 (where y=0, 1, 2...). The OMH-A unit is a version of OMH771 base unit (version 3.0 or higher), which is capable of 12.3 Mbit/s data rate, and it is also referred to as the OMH-A unit in Tellabs 8000 manager starting from Release 15A. The OMH unit can be replaced with the OMH-A unit without removing the services attached. In this case, unit type must be changed to the new OMH-A type with Node Editor in Tellabs 8000 manager. Once the OMH unit type is changed to the OMH-A unit type, it is not anymore possible to change back to the OMH unit type without removing all the services attached.

16.1 Version 3.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.2)

HCO synchronization problem with NTU using bit rate 72x64kbps is fixed (CR ID 300091819 and CR ID 300108076).

Dependencies

OMH (base unit OMH771) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (OMH-A) to support the 4 x 3088 kbit/s operation mode. SCO interface module version (which is based on SCO SW DPZ652 version) must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. SCO interface module version must be 4.0 or higher to support 208 kbit/s line rates. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. XCG software version 3.4 supports max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports.

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GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.2 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX software versions 3.17 and 3.18 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B software versions 10.3 and 10.4 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8170 cluster node softwares CXU-M (SXZ288) and SXU-C (SXZ289) can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for 3088 kbit/s line rates and 4-pair modes with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14-SP3. Support for 208 kbit/s line rates is available in Tellabs 8000 manager Release 15A. The OMH unit, which is capable of 12.3 Mbit/s data rate, is referred to as the OMH-A unit in Release 15A.

Restrictions

The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of HCO or SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. The Neighbour Node Loop (NNL, activation requested from neighbour NTU) and the Remote Line Loop (RLL, activation requested from neighbour unit) are not supported in case of HCO interface module in interfaces 2, 4, 6 and 8.

16.2 Version 3.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.0)

OMH-A SCO frame synchronization handling improved when 2-pair line mode is used (CR ID 300092758). Baseband statistics corrected when line is in 1x3M, 2x3M or 4x3M mode (CR ID 300093143). Note: because of this fix line statistics may show different values in OMH side than in NTU. Values seen from OMH side are more reliable.

Dependencies

OMH (base unit OMH771) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (OMH-A) to support the 4 x 3088 kbit/s operation mode. SCO interface module version (which is based on SCO SW DPZ652 version) must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. SCO interface module version must be 4.0 or higher to support 208 kbit/s line rates. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version.

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SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. XCG software version 3.4 supports max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.2 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX software versions 3.17 and 3.18 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B software versions 10.3 and 10.4 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8170 cluster node softwares CXU-M (SXZ288) and SXU-C (SXZ289) can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for 3088 kbit/s line rates and 4-pair modes with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14-SP3. Support for 208 kbit/s line rates is available in Tellabs 8000 manager Release 15A. The OMH unit, which is capable of 12.3 Mbit/s data rate, is referred to as the OMH-A unit in Release 15A.

Restrictions

OMH-A with HCO module cannot use bit rate 72x64kbps (CR ID 300091819 and CR ID 300108076). The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of HCO or SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. The Neighbour Node Loop (NNL, activation requested from neighbour NTU) and the Remote Line Loop (RLL, activation requested from neighbour unit) are not supported in case of HCO interface module in interfaces 2, 4, 6 and 8.

16.3 Version 3.1


This is a non-production version based on version 3.0.

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16.4 Version 3.0


Enhancements (compared with version 2.0)

OMH-A hardware (version 3.0 or higher) and SCO interface module support 3088 kbit/s line rate in 4-pair mode. A top data rate of 12.3 Mbit/s can be reached by using the 4 x 3088 kbit/s operation mode together with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU (CR ID 300048238). New SCO interface module version 4.0 supports 208 kbit/s line rates in 1 and 2-pair modes.

Dependencies

OMH (base unit OMH771) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (OMH-A) to support the 4 x 3088 kbit/s operation mode. SCO interface module version (which is based on SCO SW DPZ652 version) must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. SCO interface module version must be 4.0 or higher to support 208 kbit/s line rates. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. XCG software version 3.4 supports max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.2 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX software versions 3.17 and 3.18 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B software versions 10.3 and 10.4 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8170 cluster node softwares CXU-M (SXZ288) and SXU-C (SXZ289) can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for 3088 kbit/s line rates and 4-pair modes with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14-SP3. Support for 208 kbit/s line rates is available in Tellabs 8000 manager Release 15A. The OMH unit, which is capable of 12.3 Mbit/s data rate, is referred to as the OMH-A unit in Release 15A.

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Restrictions

The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of HCO or SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. The Neighbour Node Loop (NNL, activation requested from neighbour NTU) and the Remote Line Loop (RLL, activation requested from neighbour unit) are not supported in case of HCO interface module in interfaces 2, 4, 6 and 8.

16.5 Version 2.0


Enhancements (compared with version 1.2)

OMH unit with new SCO interface module supports new Tellabs 8110 STE-10M network terminating unit. SCO supports 592, 1168, 2064, 2320 and 3088 kbit/s line rates in 1- and 2-pair modes, and 592, 1168, 2064 and 2320 kbit/s line rates in 4-pair mode. A top data rate of 9.2 Mbit/s can be reached by using the 4 x 2320 kbit/s operation mode together with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. "Ntu power off" interface fault masks "Rx signal missing" fault. In addition, "Ntu power off" fault service status is changed to be "Service affecting fault" (S).

Dependencies

OMH (base unit OMH771) hardware version must be 1.0 or 2.0. SCO interface module version (which is based on SCO SW DPZ652 version) must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes, and 3.1 or higher to support 3088 kbit/s line rates with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. XCG software version 3.4 supports max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.2 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX software versions 3.17 and 3.18 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to fully support over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-A/B software versions 10.3 and 10.4 support max 139 timeslots cross-connections with over 8M cross-connection ports. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported.

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Tellabs 8170 cluster node softwares CXU-M (SXZ288) and SXU-C (SXZ289) can be any version. Over 8M cross-connection ports are not supported. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for 3088 kbit/s line rates and 4-pair modes with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14-SP3.

Restrictions

Cross-connections to timeslot 144 and above that are not supported. The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of HCO or SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. The Neighbour Node Loop (NNL, activation requested from neighbour NTU) and the Remote Line Loop (RLL, activation requested from neighbour unit) are not supported in case of HCO interface module in interfaces 2, 4, 6 and 8.

16.6 Version 1.2


Dependencies

OMH (base unit OMH771) hardware version must be 1.0 or 2.0. CCU (SCZ286) software can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher to support unlocking the ports without failures. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node. CXU-M (SXZ288) software can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software can be any version. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13.

Restrictions

The Line Loop (LiL) is not supported in case of HCO or SCO interfaces connected to any NTU. The Neighbour Node Loop (NNL, activation requested from neighbour NTU) and the Remote Line Loop (RLL, activation requested from neighbour unit) are not supported in case of HCO interface module in interfaces 2, 4, 6 and 8.

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17 QMH and QMH-M Units: QMZ540 Unit Software


The software QMZ540 is used on the QMH unit (whose base unit is QMH509) (1.x and 10.x software versions) or the QMH-M unit (whose base unit is QMH740) (6.x software versions) in Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes as well as in Tellabs 8184 and Tellabs 8188 access switches. The version 1.x can be downloaded to QMH units having the version 1.x PROMs of QMZ540. The version 6.x can be downloaded to QMH-M units having the version 6.x PROMs of QMZ540. The version 10.11 can be downloaded to QMH units having the version 10.x PROMs of QMZ540 (where x=0, 1, 2...).

17.1 Version 10.11


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The reason for this release is fixes in 1+1 protection functionality. In this software version 1+1 protection switch is working correctly when an interface is in 2M unframed mode (CR ID 300089699 and CR ID 300089844).

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

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Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails.

17.2 Version 10.10


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The reason for this release is changes in fault handling (CR ID 300023242). In this software version Ntu power fault interface fault masks the Loss of input signal fault. Thus NTU power off will cause just Ntu power fault fault. In addition, the Ntu power off fault service status is changed to a Service affecting fault (S).

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

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Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails. 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

17.3 Version 10.9


This version is based on a test version 10.91. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Changing interface module type allowed while unit is out of inventory. (CR ID 200012191)

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

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Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails. 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

17.4 Version 10.8


This version is based on a test version 10.111. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Robustness of internal node communication has been improved. (CR ID 200009698) Reliability of restoring backups in a boot phase has been improved. (CR ID 200010516)

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

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Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails. 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

17.5 Version 10.7


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Enhancement for production testing. (CR ID 200005560)

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails. 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

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17.6 Version 10.6


This is a non-production version and this should not be used when the next official version is available. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

HCQ errors are directed to specific interface, not to the specific line number. (CRF ID 4004099) Clock status DNU is sent via NNM if a unit can not get locked to a node clock. (CRF ID 4004149) Line loop bug with pilot bit fixed (CRF ID 4004404) Operational testing improvement (CRF ID 4004416) Clock QL state is forced to DNU if NNM is down. (CRF ID 4004440) AIS fault is restrained with equipment loop when pilot bit is set (CRF ID 4004569) HDLC timeout value fixed (CRF ID 4004719) Synchronization source problem with QMH/HCQ 72x64kbit/s fixed (CRF ID 4005023) Interface fault mask can have following options: monitored, not monitored and fault mask on. (CRF ID 4004922).

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 Manager supports the enhanced interface fault masking in Release 13 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

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Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

Bugs

A replacement unit shows a wrong fault status, PMA, in 1+1 protected trunk mode if a protecting trunk fails. 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

17.7 Version 10.5


Enhancements

This software version supports freely allocated pilot bit. This software version supports HCQ (HCQ739) module. NMS can now disable download QMH software. (CRF ID 4003834)

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit and ring protection are available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit.

Bugs

Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149

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17.8 Version 10.3


Enhancements

This software version is an update for the QMH509 v3.0 Hardware (e.g. QDX Asic). This software version supports the ring protection mode.

Dependencies

QMH (base unit QMH509) hardware version must be 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for the QMH unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support QMH-M (QMH740) unit. This software version does not support HCQ (HCQ739) module. This software version does not support SXU-V (SXU758) unit. This software version does not support freely allocated pilot bit.

Bugs

When creating a G.821 Report for 1+1 protected trunks in Performance Management System, available time (AT) is always 100% even if both trunks have been simultaneously cut. (CRF ID 4003959) Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149) 1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699)

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17.9 Version 6.0


Dependencies

QMH-M (QMH740) hardware version must be 1.0. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the QMH unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support HCQ (HCQ739) module. This software version does not support BTQ-1088 and BTQ-2304 modules. This software version does not support framed mode. This software version does not support QMH unit. QMH-M does not support SXU-V in V5.2 use

Bugs

No known bugs.

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17.10 Version 1.6


This is a version based on QMZ540 version 1.5 with features from QMZ540 version 10.6. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Clock status DNU is sent via NNM if a unit can not get locked to a node clock. (CRF ID 4004149) Line loop bug with pilot bit fixed (CRF ID 4004404) Clock QL state is forced to DNU if NNM is down. (CRF ID 4004440) AIS fault is restrained with equipment loop when pilot bit is set (CRF ID 4004569)

Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit is available in Release 12 service pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support HCQ module.

Bugs

1+1 protection switch does not work reliably if an interface is configured in 2M unframed mode. (CR ID 300089699).

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17.11 Version 1.5


This is a version based on QMZ540 version 1.4 with features from QMZ540 version 10.5. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This software version supports freely allocated pilot bit. This software version supports SXU-V. This software version supports a G.821 Report for 1+1 protected trunks in Performance Management System. (CRF ID 4003959). NMS can now disable download QMH software. (CRF ID 4003834) QMH IF4 fault history does not report any more too many MUX/DEMUX back to line alarms. (CRF ID 40003924)

Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit is available in Release 12 service pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support HCQ module.

Bugs

Line loop does not work in interfaces, where pilotbit parameters are set on. (CRF ID 4004404) Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149)

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17.12 Version 1.4


This is an unofficial version based on QMZ540 version 1.3 with some features from QMZ540 version 10.5. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This software version supports freely allocated pilot bit. This software version supports SXU-V. NMS can now disable download QMH software. (CRF ID 4003834) QMH IF4 fault history does not report any more too many MUX/DEMUX back to line alarms. (CRF ID 40003924)

Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used. CCU (SCZ286) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. MartisDXX Manager support for the pilot bit is available in Release 12 service pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support HCQ module.

Bugs

Line loop does not work in interfaces, where pilotbit parameters are set on. (CRF ID 4004404) Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149) When creating a G.821 Report for 1+1 protected trunks in Performance Management System, available time (AT) is always 100% even if both trunks have been simultaneously cut. (CRF ID 4003959).

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17.13 Version 1.3


Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0 or higher.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support pilot bit. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support HCQ module. This software version does not support SXU-V unit.

Bugs

The following faults reported from IF4 are not constant when a fault is active: MUX/DMUX back to line, Line Loop made by neighbour, Remote controlled line loop and AIS in signalling. Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149)

17.14 Version 1.2


Emergency version! Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support pilot bit. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support BTQ-1088 and BTQ-2304 modules. This software version does not support HCQ module. This software version does not support SXU-V unit.

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Bugs

When the interface use of any of the four interfaces is changed from MUAP/SUAP to general, and the HDLC parameters are changed, it may cause neighbour node monitoring to fail to communicate with the node connected to the interface. When QMH is configured as 1+1 mode, all messages that NMS sends to link 6 are incorrectly sent to link 3 or 4 depending on the interface from which Rx data is selected (1+1 switch). So this can cause messages to be sent to the wrong destination depending on whether interface 3 or interface 4 is used by some other party. The following faults reported from IF4 are not constant when a fault is active: MUX/DMUX back to line, Line Loop made by neighbour, Remote controlled line loop and AIS in signalling. Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149)

17.15 Version 1.1


Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support pilot bit. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support BTQ-1088 and BTQ-2304 modules. This software version does not support HCQ module. This software version does not support SXU-V unit.

Bugs

If NNM parameters are monitored and a hard/physical loop is placed, NNM sees the loop correctly. If the loop is taken off, NNM fails to detect the changed condition and reports NO CONNECTION state. This happens only on interface 1. The same happens if a trunk is connected from interface 1. When the interface use of any of the four interfaces is changed from MUAP/SUAP to general and HDLC parameters are changed, it may cause neighbour node nonitoring to fail to communicate with the node connected to the interface. When QMH is configured as 1+1 mode, all messages that NMS sends to link 6 are incorrectly sent to link 3 or 4 depending on the interface from which Rx data is selected (1+1 switch). This can cause messages to be sent to the wrong destination depending on whether interface 3 or interface 4 is used by some other party. Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149)

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17.16 Version 1.0


Dependencies

QMH (QMH509) hardware (1.x or 2.x) must be used.

Restrictions

This software version does not support ring protection. This software version does not support pilot bit. This software version does not support QMH-M unit. This software version does not support BTQ-1088 and BTQ-2304 modules. This software version does not support HCQ module. This software version does not support SXU-V unit.

Bugs

The IA activity missing alarm can become activated without a reason. Not completely tested. If NNM parameters are monitored and a hard/physical loop is placed, NNM sees the loop correctly. If the loop is taken off, NNM fails to detect the changed condition and reports NO CONNECTION state. This happens only on interface 1. The same happens if a trunk is connected from interface 1. When the interface use of any of the four interfaces is changed from MUAP/SUAP to general, and HDLC parameters are changed, it may cause neighbour node monitoring to fail to communicate with the node connected to the interface. When QMH is configured in 1+1 mode, all messages that NMS sends to link 6 are incorrectly sent to link 3 or 4 depending on the interface from which Rx data is selected (1+1 switch). This can cause messages to be sent to the wrong destination depending on whether interface 3 or interface 4 is used by some other party. Clock status sending in QMH doesnt work when SXU fails. (CRF ID 4004149)

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SBU UNIT: UTZ549 Unit Software

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The software UTZ549 is used on the SBU unit in Tellabs 8160 A111 node.

18.1 Version 2.2


This is emergency version to fix flash driver problem first detected in GMX. In SBU unit functional flash related problems have not been found. Upgrading the unit to USW version 2.2 by downloading is however recommended for units that have USW 2.1 to prevent the small possibility of flash problem. Version is functionally identical to version 2.1.

18.2 Version 2.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.0)

Support for new flash.

Dependencies

SBU hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.8 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

SNC/N protection cannot be used in GMX if the SBU units are used in the node. HDB3 counters do not indicate the exact number of errors unless the count is 0. Therefore, if the count is 0 there have not been errors. If the count is other than zero, there have been an unknown number of errors. The latest received Trail Trace Identifier which complies with the standard format (including CRC-7) is always shown in the field of the received TTI in the MartisDXX Manager. However, the received TTI which does not comply with the standard format is not displayed in the field. The same applies to the empty field, i.e. if the transmitter sends constant null character, the field shows the latest valid TTI with CRC-7 and the field is not updated. It is, however, possible to manually update the field in this case by e.g. changing the expected parameters. The previously explained feature does not affect the trace identifier mismatch fault (TIM), which means that it is always shown when the received trace identifier does not match with the expected one. It is not possible to change Trail Trace Identifier if SNC/I protection is used.

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Bugs

No known bugs.

18.3 Version 1.0


Dependencies

SBU (base unit UTU720) hardware version must be 1.x. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.8 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

SNC/N protection cannot be used in GMX if the SBU units are used in the node. HDB3 counters do not indicate the exact number of errors unless the count is 0. Therefore, if the count is 0 there have not been errors. If the count is other than zero, there have been an unknown number of errors. The latest received Trail Trace Identifier which complies with the standard format (including CRC-7) is always shown in the field of the received TTI in the MartisDXX Manager. However, the received TTI which does not comply with the standard format is not displayed in the field. The same applies to the empty field, i.e. if the transmitter sends constant null character, the field shows the latest valid TTI with CRC-7 and the field is not updated. It is, however, possible to manually update the field in this case by e.g. changing the expected parameters. The previously explained feature does not affect the trace identifier mismatch fault (TIM), which means that it is always shown when the received trace identifier does not match with the expected one. It is not possible to change Trail Trace Identifier if SNC/I protection is used.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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SCO Module: DPZ652 DSP Software

19 SCO Module: DPZ652 DSP Software


The software DPZ652 is used on Tellabs SCO (SCO786 with OMH and SCO785 with ESU) interface modules.

19.1 Version 4.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.1)

Support for ESHDSL line modes. (CR ID 300056272) Metalink firmware 6.822.4 in use.

Dependencies

Tellabs SCO 786 hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (board with FPGA). Tellabs SCO785 hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (board with FPGA) but this software does not support ESHDSL modes in this hardware. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 3.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 network manager ESHDSL support is available in Release 15A or higher.

Restrictions

Neighbor node loop does not work with 1x208k and 2x208k line modes (because 114 clocking cannot be set at CTE in these modes). In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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19.2 Version 3.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.4)

48x64 modes added. 4-pair modes added. Metalink firmware 6.821.9 in use.

Dependencies

Tellabs SCO786 hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (board with FPGA). Tellabs SCO785 hardware version must be 3.0 or higher (board with FPGA). OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes and n=48 modes. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for 3088 kbit/s line rates and 4-pair modes with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU is available in Release 14-SP3.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines.

Bugs

No known bugs.

19.3 Version 1.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.3)

New interoperable mode (N=32, master, I=1, no EOC) added. Grouped 1-pair operation fixed to be more reliable.

Dependencies

Tellabs SCO786 hardware version must be 2.0 or lower (without FPGA). Tellabs SCO785 hardware version must be 2.0 or lower (without FPGA). OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13. Support for N=32 interoperable mode is available in Release R13A Service Pack 5.

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Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines.

Bugs

No known bugs.

19.4 Version 1.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.2)

Metalink firmware 6.82.8 in use. Compatible with ESU.

Dependencies

Tellabs SCO786 hardware version must be 2.0 or lower (without FPGA). Tellabs SCO785 hardware version must be 2.0 or lower (without FPGA). OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines.

Bugs

Grouped 1-pair mode may not activate when after changing modes.

19.5 Version 1.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs SCO786 hardware version must be 2.0 or lower (without FPGA). Tellabs SCO785 (for ESU) is not supported. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

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SCO Module: DPZ652 DSP Software

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software

20 SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software


Two software products are needed for the SCU-H unit (whose base unit is SCU587) in Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111, Tellabs 8184 access switch, Tellabs 8188 access switch and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes, boot software and downloadable software. The major version number indicates if the boot code is compatible with the downloadable code. If the boot version is a.b and the downloadable version is c.d, they are compatible if and only if a = c. For example, downloadable code 2.0 cannot be downloaded if boot code version is 1.5.

20.1 Version 2.6


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.2)

Support for GMX2, Tellabs 8184 access switch and Tellabs 8188 access switch.

Dependencies

SCU-H base unit hardware version must be 2.0 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

This version cannot be downloaded to SCU-H which has software version 1.x. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. Passive GMX is not activated when active GMX download is finished.

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20.2 Version 2.2


This is emergency version to fix flash driver problem first detected in GMX. In SCU-H unit functional flash related problems have not been found. Upgrading the unit to USW version 2.2 by downloading is however recommended for units that have USW 2.1 to prevent the small possibility of flash problem. Version is functionally identical to version 2.1.

20.3 Version 2.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.14)

Support for new flash.

Dependencies

SCU-H base unit hardware version must be 2.0 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

This version cannot be downloaded to SCU-H which has software version 1.x. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished.

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SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software

20.4 Version 1.18


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.14)

Support for GMX2, Tellabs 8184 access switch and Tellabs 8188 access switch.

Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. GMX2 (GMZ802) software version can be any version. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Tellabs 8170 cluster node support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. Passive GMX is not activated when active GMX download is finished.

20.5 Version 1.14


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.13)

SCU-H USW 1.13 disabled (CR ID 200020227) SCU-H does not ARP for default gateway (CR ID 200022591) SCU-H should support storing GMX debug information (CR ID 200023772)

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Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Tellabs 8170 cluster node support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished.

20.6 Version 1.13


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.12)

SCU-H resets under heavy load in Tellabs 8170 cluster node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521) Improvements to CLT operation. (CR ID 200008856) HDLC channel 13 is now working properly.

Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

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Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Tellabs 8170 cluster node support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished.

20.7 Version 1.12


This is a non-production version based on version 1.11. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.11) The use of this version is recommended only to correct the following problem with SCU-H:

SCU-H unit gives power alarm when using protected PAU-10T. (CRF 4004981)

Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Cluster Node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Cluster support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

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SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. HDLC channel 13 is not working properly. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

20.8 Version 1.11


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.10)

A bug that may cause A111 node internal clock disturbance during a GMX hardware switchover has been fixed. Changes to GMX switchover logic (equipment protection switch) have been implemented. This adds reliability to switchover against GMX fault monitoring or ASIC register corruption. Cluster VTP clock default value changed from 512kbit/s to 1024kbit/s. Old value might have caused inter-subrack communication problems in Cluster Nodes (CRF ID 4004982).

Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Cluster Node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Cluster support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. HDLC channel 13 is not working properly.

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SCU-H unit gives power alarm when using protected PAU-10T. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

20.9 Version 1.10


Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Cluster Node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Extended links do not work correctly with GMX if GMX SW version is under 3.6. Cluster support does not work if SCU-H HW version is under 1.1. SCP-H does not allow a shorter address mask than its IP address class requires (e.g. if class C IP address is used, the minimum requirement for the address mask length is 24 bits).

Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. HDLC channel 13 is not working properly. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

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SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software

20.10 Version 1.6


Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Cluster Node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Basic and Cluster Node support is not fully tested with this version. SCP-H is not supported.

Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

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SCU-H UNIT: SCZ545 Unit Software

20.11 Version 1.3


Dependencies

SCU-H (base unit SCU587) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher to support Cluster Node. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any version. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version can be any version. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version can be any version. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit/interface card/functionality is available in Release 10.1A Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

Basic and Cluster Node support is not fully tested with this version. SCP-H is not supported.

Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. In some cases unlocking the port fails. Retrying will help. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. Spontaneous reporting does not work correctly. SCU-H reset may interfere with GMX functionality. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

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20.12 Version 1.2


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Basic and Cluster Node support is not fully tested with this version. This version cannot be used if SNC protection is used in GMX. SCP-H is not supported.

Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. In some cases unlocking the port fails. Retrying will help. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. Spontaneous reporting does not work correctly. SCU-H reset may interfere with GMX functionality. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

20.13 Version 1.1


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Basic and Cluster Node support is not fully tested with this version. This version cannot be used if SNC protection is used in GMX. SCP-H is not supported.

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Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. SCU-H activates GMX too late in node reset -> GMU fails. In some cases unlocking the port fails. Retrying will help. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. Spontaneous reporting does not work correctly. SCU-H reset may interfere with GMX functionality. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

20.14 Version 1.0


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Basic and Cluster Node support is not fully tested with this version. PFU-H and FAN eeprom checksums are missing. This version cannot be used if SNC protection is used in GMX. SCP-H is not supported.

Bugs

A111 node internal clock may be disturbed during a GMX hardware switchover. SCU-H activates GMX too late in node reset -> GMU fails. In some cases unlocking the port fails. Retrying will help. Removing lower (active) GMX from inventory does not activate upper GMX. GMX2 is not activated when GMX1 (active) download is finished. Spontaneous reporting does not work correctly. If the circuit test loop is activated and SCU-H is reset the test port will remain reserved. SCU-H reset may interfere with GMX functionality. SCU-H resets under heavy load in Cluster Node. (CR ID 200005318) NNM messages in HDLC channels cause SCU-H unit to crash. (CR ID 200005521)

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SXU-A and SXU-B Units: SXZ282 Unit Software

21 SXU-A and SXU-B Units: SXZ282 Unit Software


The software SXZ282 is used on the cross-connection units SXU-A/ SXU-B in Tellabs 8150 basic node.

21.1 Version 10.6


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 10.5)

The fault Fallback list warning is activated according to the master clock state if Use Quality Levels is selected in master clock status window. This fault is a customer requirement. (CR ID 300035785) The fault Reconfiguring X-conn DB does not any more activate in unprotected node when the inventory is created. (CR ID 300038096) There is a possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625)

Dependencies

SXU-A/SXU-B (base unit SXU212/SXU218) hardware versions must be 5.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for the extended XB port capacity is available in Release 13 Service Pack 5 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 10.4)

The testing of the incoming message integrity is improved. The SXU unit is able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is prevented. This will make the unit much more reliable in case of any communication problem. (CR ID 200033949) The test timeslot used internally for port IA testing depends on the port capacity. This modification is needed to support Tellabs 8110 STE-10M network terminating unit and any other product when speeds over 8960 kbit/s are used. (CR ID 200031045) The background sending of the cross-connected timeslots (Free Time Slot sending) operates correctly for ports over 8448 kbit/s. An interface unit needs this information to function correctly. Data errors would follow if this message was not sent by SXU. (CR ID 200032284) The node reset or simultaneous reset of both SXUs during X-connect database reconfiguration process cannot cause the corruption of X-connect database of SXU. The error was possible because the SXU with incomplete copy of the X-connect database could become active after node reset. This possibility is prevented by storing the reconfiguration state in flash memory during reconfiguration and activating the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault again after reset according to the non-volatile fault state. Immediate switch over after reset will automatically follow preventing the wrong SXU becoming active. (CR ID 200033778)

Dependencies

SXU-A/SXU-B (base unit SXU212/SXU218) hardware versions must be 5.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for the extended XB port capacity is available in Release 13 Service Pack 5 or higher.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during functional test. (CR ID 300038625) The fault Fallback list warning is not activated. This fault is a customer requirement. (CR ID 300035785)

Bugs

The fault Reconfiguring X-conn DB may activate and stay active in unprotected node when the inventory is created. (CR ID 300038096)

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21.3 Version 10.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 10.3)

The support of high capacity X-bus ports is added (up to 192*64 kbit/s).

Dependencies

SXU-A/SXU-B (base unit SXU212/SXU218) hardware versions must be 5.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for the extended XB port capacity is available in Release 13 Service Pack 5 or higher.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during functional test. (CR ID 300038625) The fault Fallback list warning is not activated. The activation is a customer requirement. (CR ID 300035785) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949)

Bugs

The background sending of the cross connected timeslots (FTS or Free Time Slot sending) of high capacity X-bus ports (over 8M) does not operate correctly. An interface unit needs this information to function correctly. Data errors will follow if this message is not sent by SXU. (CR ID 200032284) If a port bigger than 140*64 kbit/s is used the IA test timeslot overlaps with payload data and data errors will follow. (CR ID 200031045)

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21.4 Version 10.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 10.2)

X-Connect RAM fault now disappears automatically when the error condition has ended. Minor flash system bug causing rare flash memory corruptions is fixed. Fallback list warning faults are not anymore generated. These have been replaced with Faulty clock source of choice n faults. The same change has already earlier been done to Tellabs 8160 A111/GMX and XCG. The QL value reported from the unit to the Master Clock State window is set to value 7 (Do Not Use) when there is an active problem in the clock source. Also the EXT clock QL is set to value 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in the external clock source. This change concerns only the reporting of QL values. The actual selection logic in the unit has been working without any problems and remains unchanged. Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling status problems cannot cause wrong clock selection anymore. In the case of NNM link communication problem the QL value is set to 7 (DNU) to prevent wrong clock source selection. Normally the master clock QL value of a clock source is obtained from an interface unit by polling it inside the node. The interface unit gets the QL from neighbour node by the NNM mechanism. The possibility of an incomplete initialization state of SXU is not anymore possible. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This incomplete initialization state looked as if the node had lost inventory. However, the node parameters related to the inventory were neither lost nor changed. This state was permanent. Traffic was not recovered at power up and the node was not usable before SXU unit was reset again.

Dependencies

SXU-A/SXU-B (base unit SXU212/SXU218) hardware versions must be 5.0. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any version. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any version. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for the extended XB port capacity is available in Release 13 Service Pack 5 or higher.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Does not support cross connections of high capacity (> 8 Mbit/s) X-bus ports

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Bugs

Flash operations slower than in version 10.2 which may cause TIMEOUT messages in user interface

21.5 Version 10.2


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The SXU unit disappears periodically from the Units Not in Inventory list of Subrack Inventory dialog when there is an EPS unit in the node and the node inventory has been deleted. Time period is about 30 seconds. SXU is visible 15 seconds and then unvisible 30 seconds. When SXU is not visible, it is not possible to add SXU to the inventory. This is a clear but minor problem.

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21.6 Version 10.1


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. Extended lists (clear channel configuration) are not cleared when SXU is removed from the inventory. Existing extended lists are not cleared when SXU is put in an unprotected node, which may lead to invalid clear channel parameters. Cross-connection protection will correct this problem in a protected node. Frame errors may happen during switch over. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. When version r10.1 and an older version is used in the same protected node, the alarm Passive Flash Version Fault is always activated which is wrong. At slow modem baud rates of 2400 or less, when the EPS Clear Channel is used, an internal software timer expires too fast and disconnects the Clear Channel prematurely. Above 2400 bauds there is sufficient time to complete the operations and no problem exists.

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It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization. During unit initialization after reset the Clock Switchover Fault is activated for a short time period. This may lead to unnecessary switchover. However this is not a critical problem because units are not in operative state.

21.7 Version 10.0


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross-connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory.

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However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again.

Bit errors may occur during node synchronization source changes when the following conditions are true: 1) There are at least 3 entries in FBL, 2) the entry currently used is the only valid one, 3) the clock becomes suddenly faulty due to a physical reason and 4) after that the node starts using the internal clock. Adding a new GMU to a node may sometimes lead to unexpected faults on the GMU unit and problems in its operation. This is due to an invalid clock state command sent from SXU to GMU because the state machine controlling the commands is not initialized properly according to the inventory state change. The problem will only occur when adding a new GMU to a node and it will disappear after any change in the node synchronization. It does not affect the other units in that node. SXU uses SDH SSM code SEC for quality level 6 (internal clock). This value should be DNU (Do Not Use). If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault Xconnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. When a clock source interface is removed from FBL and EXT clock is updated in the FBL with a single operation in a protected Basic Node, there will be a permanent PLL alarm in the passive SXU. This alarm does not affect node operation and it is cleared after next FBL update. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization. During unit initialization after reset the Clock Switchover fault is activated for a short time period. This may lead to unnecessary switchover. However this is not a critical problem because units are not in operative state.

21.8 Version 6.11


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ282 release r6.8 with bug fix for clustered point to multipoint (PMP) Server port init problem. This version should not be used once the official r6.9 is available.

21.9 Version 6.10


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ282 release r6.9 development version with CIF port type support. This version should not be used once the official r6.9 is available.

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21.10 Version 6.9


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross-connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. Adding a new GMU to a node may sometimes lead to unexpected faults on the GMU unit and problems in its operation. This is due to an invalid clock state command sent from SXU to GMU because the state machine controlling the commands is not initialized properly according to the inventory state change. The problem will only occur when adding a new GMU to a node and it will disappear after any change in the node synchronization. It does not affect the other units in that node.

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SXU uses SDH SSM code SEC for quality level 6 (internal clock). This value should be DNU (Do Not Use). If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. Frame errors may happen during switch over. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization. During unit initialization after reset the Clock Switchover Fault is activated for a short time period. This may lead to unnecessary switchover. However this is not a critical problem because units are not in operative state.

21.11 Version 6.8


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history. Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation.

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The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for an existing port. If an active SXU loses external clock protection, switching is not done but either the next clock from the fallback list is chosen or the node starts to use the internal clock. This happens even if a passive SXU had a valid external clock. With SXU-A in an unprotected node, ports for unit 14 are allocated incorrectly. These ports can be cross-connected but the connections do not operate. This happens with all the node types allowed with SXU-A. When using a quality source other than polled, the real QL value used in the clock selection is not sent to the neighbour node. If there is a clustered point to multipoint (PMP) Server that has locked ports in the node, SXU is unable to init the ports during unit reset due to lack of stack space and the unit will stay in reset loop until it is removed from the node. Adding a new GMU to a node may sometimes lead to unexpected faults on the GMU unit and problems in its operation. This is due to an invalid clock state command sent from SXU to GMU because the state machine controlling the commands is not initialized properly according to the inventory state change. The problem will only occur when adding a new GMU to a node and it will disappear after any change in the node synchronization. It does not affect the other units in that node. SXU uses SDH SSM code SEC for quality level 6 (internal clock). This value should be DNU (Do Not Use). If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault CConnection Bus alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU.

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There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.12 Version 6.7


This version is forbidden.

21.13 Version 6.6


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate the synchronization source changes in fault history. Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

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X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. Circuit functioning may have some delay when using xgroup IDs if more than one ID state is changed within a few seconds. The average delay is 1 min and the maximum value is 2 min. In SXU-B the communication channels for S1/K3 bytes between GMU and SXU may stop operating depending on how the cross-connect ASIC numbers happen to be allocated for this purpose. This allocation may change when the unit is reset or the GMU is removed and added QL enable parameter does not affect the Unstable SSM fault. The port object allows setting CAS on for a connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained) b) EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen to master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU from a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for an existing port. If active SXU loses the external clock protection, switching is not done but either the next clock from the fallback list is chosen or the node starts to use the internal clock. This happens even if a passive SXU had a valid external clock. With SXU-A in an unprotected node ports for unit 14 are allocated incorrectly. These ports can be cross-connected but the connections do not operate. This happens with all the node types allowed with SXU-A. When using a quality source other than polled, the real QL value used in the clock selection is not sent to the neighbour node.

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If there is a clustered point to multipoint (PMP) Server that has locked ports in the node, SXU is unable to init the ports during unit reset due to lack of stack space and the unit will stay in reset loop until it is removed from the node. Adding a new GMU to a node may sometimes lead to unexpected faults on the GMU unit and problems in its operation. This is due to an invalid clock state command sent from SXU to GMU because the state machine controlling the commands is not initialized properly according to the inventory state change. The problem will only occur when adding a new GMU to a node and it will disappear after any change in the node synchronization. It does not affect the other units in that node. SXU uses SDH SSM code SEC for quality level 6 (internal clock). This value should be DNU (Do Not Use). If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.14 Version 6.5


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history. Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation.

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No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. An unnecessary Fallback list warning fault may rise if there are still usable clock sources. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. Circuit functioning may have some delay when using xgroup IDs if more than one ID state is changed within a few seconds. The average delay is 1 min and the maximum value is 2 min. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data

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structures are corrupted (as just explained) b) EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window.

Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for an existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.15 Version 6.3


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signaling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if a node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history

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Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of the external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. If the external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. An unnecessary Fallback list warning fault may rise if there are still usable clock sources. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained) b) EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is

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chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window.

Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.16 Version 6.2


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signaling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0.

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Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If the external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. An unnecessary Fallback list warning fault may rise if there are still usable clock sources. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happen simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) EXT clock is on fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the

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next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window.

Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When node master clock becomes faulty SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.17 Version 6.1


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signaling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. Does not support using of contradirectional synchronization clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation.

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No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the

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next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window.

Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.18 Version 6.0


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. Does not support using of contradirectional synchronization clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation.

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No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT

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is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window.

Removing the passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for the existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.19 Version 5.9


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 4.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. Does not support the using of contradirectional synchronisation clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history

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Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different XBUS allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to node inventory but it is physically missing while the SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection.

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If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for the existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.20 Version 5.8


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 4.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. Does not support the using of contradirectional synchronization clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history.

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Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. Real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while the SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal.

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The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for the existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.21 Version 5.7


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 4.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported. Slow cross-connect operations. Does not support using of contradirectional synchronisation clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU.

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No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if a node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different XBUS allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross-connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list.

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If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while the SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for the existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.22 Version 5.6


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 4.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross-connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported.

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Slow cross-connect operations. CAE unit is not supported. Does not support using of contradirectional synchronization clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from the inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes switch over.

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A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to the node inventory but it is physically missing while the SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing even/uneven bus allocation parameter for existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

21.23 Version 5.5


Dependencies

SXU212/SXU218 versions must be lower than 4.0.

Restrictions

Does not have the possibility for enhanced detection of RAM faults during a functional test. (CR ID 300038625) Does not support the Reconfiguring X-connect database fault state saving in flash to prevent the possibility of X-connect database corruption in the rare case of simultaneous reset of both SXUs in a protected node. (CR ID 200033778) Does not support the improved check of incoming message integrity. (CR ID 200033949) Setting the signalling bit idle value is not supported.

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Slow cross-connect operations. CAE unit is not supported. Does not support the using of contradirectional synchronization clock sources in a protected ring network topology. No T1 support. No support for GMU. No support for improved and nearly hitless change over. Clock changes are not indicated in fault history. Does not support the improved external clock protection (switch over happens if the node starts using the internal clock and the passive SXU still has a valid external clock). Does not indicate synchronization source changes in fault history Does not support the CIF port type (octet capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit with using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. No support for base unit version 5.0. Does not support EPS clear channel dynamic cross connections. Does not support the CIF port type (bit capacity) that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-Bus allocation. The XB port capacity up to 192x64kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. Fallback list warning faults are shown.

Bugs

X-Connect RAM Fault does not disappear when the error condition causing it is over. When the fault remains active after the problem the switch over logic does not operate. To get rid of the unnecessary but rare fault the unit has to be reset. Flash system has a bug causing rare flash memory corruptions. The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. The Neighbour node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. There is a possibility of an incomplete initialization in SXU. This error can happen if all the existing server or interface units in the node have long power up times (e.g. ESU, FRU, AIU), if SXU is not protected, if SCU-H is used and if the whole node is reset (e.g. after power failure). This permanent error state looks like if the node has lost inventory. However the node parameters related to the inventory are neither lost nor changed. Traffic is not recovered at power up and the node is not usable before SXU unit is reset again. The real time clock cannot be used. The whole bit connection capacity cannot be taken in use in SXU-A. Time controlled circuits do not work. NMS disaster recovery cannot be used. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode.

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The list of available ports for the master clock is not updated when the unit is removed from inventory. PLL alarm does not affect the clock selection. Loss of external clock causes a switch over. A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. If an external clock is the current clock source and the external clock input is broken, it is possible that the next clock is not correctly picked from the fallback list. If a unit belongs to node inventory but it is physically missing while the SXU is resetting, SXU may assume that the missing unit is still outputting usable clock signal. The port object allows setting CAS on for connected port if the following conditions are true: Data connection to CAS ts is created with xgroup ID and that ID is not active. After setting CAS on it is not possible to set it off or delete the connection. If both SXUs in a protected Basic Node experience an SW reset almost simultaneously, it is possible that the internal master clock RAM data structures of the active SXU end up in a corrupted state. The bug appears if all of the following happens simultaneously: a) data structures are corrupted (as just explained), b) the EXT clock is on the fallback list, c) EXT is chosen as the master clock of the node and d) EXT is in failed state. Under these circumstances, the active SXU fails to realize the failure of EXT and does not choose the next clock from the fallback list. The problem can be solved by updating (changing) the fallback list manually through the NMS Master Clock window. Removing a passive SXU in a protected node causes errors in traffic. The port object allows changing the even/uneven bus allocation parameter for the existing port. If there is only one channel unit in a protected node that has locked ports and the fault XConnection Bus Alarm is activated and the reason for that fault is not a problem in the active SXU (the problem cannot be solved by switching the active SXU), it may lead to continuous switching of the active SXU. There is an about 4-second delay when changing the clock from internal to external clock. It is possible to change port parameters when the port is in swapped state. Swapped ports are expected to be equal. When the node master clock becomes faulty, SXU does not select the next best choice at once but there may be some intermediate states. The effect of this is a bit slower clock stabilization.

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22 SXU-C Unit: SXZ289 Unit Software


The unit software SXZ289 is used on the cross-connection unit SXU-C in Cluster slave subracks.

22.1 Version 10.2


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be 5.0. If priority bumping is used, MartisDXX NMS release must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

22.2 Version 10.1


This is an unofficial version almost equal to version 10.0. The only difference is that the interface lock/unlock operation bug described for version 10.0 is fixed. This version should not be used once the next official version is available.

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22.3 Version 10.0


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be 5.0. If priority bumping is used, MartisDXX NMS release must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

Channel unit interface lock or unlock may cause communication deadlock state in SXU-C leading eventually to unit reset. After reset the unit operates without problems. This problem however is very improbable. The problem concerns only version 10.0.

22.4 Version 2.13


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The problem with node traffic going down when Secondary SXU-C is active and SCU is pulled out from slave subrack is fixed. (cq200006418).

Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0. If priority bumping is used MartisDXX NMS version must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

No restrictions

Bugs

No known bugs.

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22.5 Version 2.12


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0. If priority bumping is used MartisDXX NMS version must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

No restrictions

Bugs

Traffic is down when Secondary SXU-C is active and SCU is pulled out from slave subrack.

22.6 Version 2.11


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0. If priority bumping is used, MartisDXX NMS release must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

No known bugs.

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22.7 Version 2.10


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0. If priority bumping is used, MartisDXX NMS release must be 9.0B-12 or later.

Restrictions

Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

Port operations (channel unit interface lock or unlock) may cause deadlock state in SXU-C leading eventually to unit reset. After reset the unit operates without problems. This behaviour however is very improbable. The problem concerns only version 2.10.

22.8 Version 2.9


This is an unofficial version almost equal to version 2.10. The only difference is that the X-bus consistency fault is incorrectly activated when any channel unit has more than 30 port descriptors. This version should not be used once the official version 2.10 is available.

22.9 Version 2.8


This is an unofficial version based on SXZ289 version 2.7 with only the CIF port type support modification. This version should not be used once the official version 2.10 is available.

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22.10 Version 2.7


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

Does not support the CIF port type that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-bus allocation. Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus it must not be used (NMS priority bumping feature). Allows CAS ON modification to connected port descriptor which causes conflict. Removing the passive SXU-C from the node may cause short errors in traffic. When using ports with CAS and octet capacity more than 2M but less than 8M, the port modify operation (enable or disable CAS) uses a wrong rule for the change which may lead to X-bus allocation integrity problem. There is a problem with error handling when it is tried to connect 8M port TS that does not have CAS capacity with CAS and CAS is only partly enabled in the port descriptor. The result is that the XB resource is reserved and remains reserved after error return from object and the new XB connection for that TS is not possible until the port has been unlocked and locked again. When a GMU unit is added to inventory or removed from inventory, there is a small probability that X-bus allocation is corrupted. This happens as during the inventory operations there are two simultaneous and mutually unprotected sources of allocation changes. It is possible to affect the port even/uneven parameter in port object M-SET operation. This may lead to data errors if the channel unit still believes the port to be even. This may also lead to X-bus integrity problems when a port modified in this way is connected or disconnected. If there is only one unit in the subrack and there is some reason causing an IA fault, this leads to a state where the node changes the active side continuously which disturbs the traffic seriously. It is possible to modify parameters of a swapped trunk.

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The cross-connections created by range format cannot be initialised due to an error in the cross-connect object. CXU-M will never leave the init state of the slave containing those connections. Swapped trunk initialise may send a wrong port descriptor to the channel unit (the channel unit may start using a wrong IA number) when the active SXU-C is reset. This can cause continuous traffic errors in the node.

22.11 Version 2.6


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

No support for GMU. Does not support the CIF port type that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-bus allocation. Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (NMS priority bumping feature). A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from the inventory. Allows CAS ON modification to connected port descriptor which causes conflict. Removing the passive SXU-C from the node may cause short errors in traffic. There is a problem with error handling when it is tried to connect 8M port TS that does not have CAS capacity with CAS and CAS is only partly enabled in the port descriptor. The result is that the XB resource is reserved and remains reserved after error return from object and the new XB connection for that TS is not possible until the port has been unlocked and locked again. It is possible to affect the port even/uneven parameter in port object M-SET operation. This may lead to data errors if the channel unit still believes the port to be even. This may also lead to X-bus integrity problems when a port modified this way is connected or disconnected.

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If there is only one unit in the subrack and there is some reason causing an IA fault, this leads to a state where the node changes the active side continuously which disturbs the traffic seriously. It is possible to modify parameters of a swapped trunk. The cross-connections created by range format cannot be initialised due to an error in the cross-connect object. CXU-M will never leave the init state of the slave containing those connections. Swapped trunk initialise may send a wrong port descriptor to the channel unit (the channel unit may start using a wrong IA number) when the active SXU-C is reset. This can cause continuous traffic errors in the node.

22.12 Version 2.5


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

No T1 support. No support for GMU. Does not support the CIF port type that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-bus allocation. Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (NMS priority bumping feature). A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. Allows CAS ON modification to connected port descriptor which causes conflict. Removing the passive SXU-C from the node may cause short errors in traffic. There is a problem with error handling when it is tried to connect 8M port TS that does not have CAS capacity with CAS and CAS is only partly enabled in the port descriptor. The result is that the XB resource is reserved and remains reserved after error return from object and the new XB connection for that TS is not possible until the port has been unlocked and locked again.

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It is possible to affect the port even/uneven parameter in port object M-SET operation. This may lead to data errors if the channel unit still believes the port to be even. This may also lead to X-bus integrity problems when a port modified this way is connected or disconnected. If there is only one unit in the subrack and there is some reason causing an IA fault, this leads to a state where the node changes the active side continuously which disturbs the traffic seriously. It is possible to modify parameters of a swapped trunk. The cross-connections created by range format cannot be initialised due to an error in the cross-connect object. CXU-M will never leave the init state of the slave containing those connections. Swapped trunk initialise may send a wrong port descriptor to the channel unit (the channel unit may start using a wrong IA number) when the active SXU-C is reset. This can cause continuous traffic errors in the node.

22.13 Version 2.4


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

No T1 support. Does not support contradirectional synchronisation clock sources in protected ring network topology. No support for GMU. Does not support the CIF port type that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-bus allocation. Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

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Bugs

The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (NMS priority bumping feature). A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. Allows CAS ON modification to connected port descriptor which causes conflict. Removing the passive SXU-C from the node may cause short errors in traffic. There is a problem with error handling when it is tried to connect 8M port TS that does not have CAS capacity with CAS and CAS is only partly enabled in the port descriptor. The result is that the XB resource is reserved and remains reserved after error return from object and the new XB connection for that TS is not possible until the port has been unlocked and locked again. It is possible to affect the port even/uneven parameter in port object M-SET operation. This may lead to data errors if the channel unit still believes the port to be even. This may also lead to X-bus integrity problems when a port modified this way is connected or disconnected. If there is only one unit in the subrack and there is some reason causing an IA fault, this leads to a state where the node changes the active side continuously which disturbs the traffic seriously. It is possible to modify parameters of a swapped trunk. The cross-connections created by range format cannot be initialised due to an error in the cross-connect object. CXU-M will never leave the init state of the slave containing those connections. Swapped trunk initialise may send a wrong port descriptor to the channel unit (the channel unit may start using a wrong IA number) when the active SXU-C is reset. This can cause continuous traffic errors in the node.

22.14 Version 2.3


Dependencies

SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.11 or higher to support cluster node. In earlier versions the cluster VTP clock parameter, if not set correctly, may cause severe slave communication problems because the default parameter value in setup is interpreted incorrectly. This happens for example if SCU is changed to SCU-H unit in a slave. SXU-C base unit SXU212 version must be lower than 5.0.

Restrictions

No T1 support. Does not support contradirectional synchronisation clock sources in protected ring network topology. No support for GMU.

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Does not support the CIF port type that is used to fix a certain CIF ASIC bug in the interface unit using a slightly different X-bus allocation. Does not support indication of wrong intersubrack cable installation in fault history. Both SXU-C and CXU-M must support this feature before fault indication can be expected. Does not support background monitoring and fixing of the possible inconsistencies in SXU-C cross-connect memory (ARAM).

Bugs

The combined swap and passivation state of trunks does not operate properly and it may lead to problems in connections and thus must not be used (NMS priority bumping feature). A unit does not disappear from the list of available clock sources when the unit is removed from inventory. Allows CAS ON modification to connected port descriptor which causes conflict. Removing the passive SXU-C from the node may cause short errors in traffic. There is a problem with error handling when it is tried to connect 8M port TS that does not have CAS capacity with CAS and CAS is only partly enabled in the port descriptor. The result is that the XB resource is reserved and remains reserved after error return from object and the new XB connection for that TS is not possible until the port has been unlocked and locked again. The real time clock can be used only in adaptive mode. Master clock 'clock acceptance time' can be set to any value between 0s...255s but should not be set to any value other than '0s'. It is possible to affect the port even/uneven parameter in port object M-SET operation. This may lead to data errors if the channel unit still believes the port to be even. This may also lead to X-bus integrity problems when a port modified this way is connected or disconnected. If there is only one unit in the subrack and there is some reason causing an IA fault, this leads to a state where the node changes the active side continuously which disturbs the traffic seriously. It is possible to modify parameters of a swapped trunk. The cross-connections created by range format cannot be initialised due to an error in the cross-connect object. CXU-M will never leave the init state of the slave containing those connections. Swapped trunk initialise may send a wrong port descriptor to the channel unit (the channel unit may start using a wrong IA number) when the active SXU-C is reset. This can cause continuous traffic errors in the node.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ674 Unit Software

23 Tellabs 8110 CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ674 Unit Software
The software SBZ674 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) and CTE-R/208 (CTE807) units. The version 2.0 can be downloaded to units having the version 1.y or 2.y of SBZ674 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

23.1 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.0)

Support for ESHDSL line modes. (CR ID 300056275) Support for CTE-R/208 modem. (CR ID 300056275)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) DSP software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R. New ESHDSL line modes are available at version 3.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) DSP software version must be 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ670) router software version must be 3.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 3.0 or higher to support new ESHDSL line modes. SCO module version must be 4.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes. ESU (EMZ642) software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 network manager support for CTE-R unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for CTE-R/208 unit is available in Release 15A or higher.

Restrictions

CTE-R/208 can not be used with ESU. Neighbor node loop does not work with 1x208k and 2x208k line modes.

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Bugs

No known bugs.

23.2 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) DSP software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ670) router software version must be 3.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. ESU (EMZ642) software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

Version 1.0 of SBZ674 can not be used with CTE-R/208 modem.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-S, CTE-S/208, CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: DPZ653 DSP Software

24 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S, CTE-S/208, CTE-R and CTE-R/208 SHDSL NTU: DPZ653 DSP Software
The software DPZ653 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35 (CTE685), CTE-S V.36 (CTE688), CTE-S X.21 (CTE686), CTE-R (CTE689), CTE-S/208 V.35 (CTE803), CTE-S/208 V.36 (CTE806), CTE-S/208 X.21 (CTE804) and CTE-R/208 (CTE807) units. The version 3.3 can be downloaded to CTE-S units having the version 3.y and 2.y of DPZ653 (where y=0, 1, 2...) Version 3.0 can also be downloaded to units having the version 1.x of DPZ653 but then point-to-point operation is not available. The version 3.0 can be downloaded to CTE-S/208 units having the version 3.y of DPZ653 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

24.1 Version 3.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.0)

Support for ESHDSL line modes. (CR ID 300056272) Support for CTE-S/208 modems. (CR ID 300056272)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE CTE-S V.35 (CTE685), CTE-S V.36 (CTE688), CTE-S X.21 (CTE686), CTE-R (CTE689) units must be version 2.0 or higher. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 V.35, CTE-S/208 V.36 and CTES/208 X.21 must be version 3.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 3.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes. SCO module version must be 4.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes Tellabs 8100 network manager support for CTE-S units is available in Release 13 or higher.

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Tellabs 8000 network manager support for CTE-S/208 unit is available in Release 15A or higher.

Restrictions

Neighbor node loop does not work with 1x208k and 2x208k line modes. In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE CTE-S V.35 (CTE685), CTE-S V.36 (CTE688), CTE-S X.21 (CTE686), CTE-R (CTE689) units below version 3.0 does not support ESHDSL modes.

Bugs

No known bugs.

24.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.0)

Point to point feature for CTE-S. (CR ID 200013029)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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24.3 Version 1.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 1.0. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 SHDSL NTU: DPZ654 DSP Software

25 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 SHDSL NTU: DPZ654 DSP Software


The software DPZ654 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 (CTE687) and CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) units. The version 3.3 can be downloaded to CTE-S units having the version 3.y and 2.y of DPZ654 (where y=0, 1, 2...) Version 3.3 can also be downloaded to units having the version 1.x of DPZ654 but then point-to-point operation is not available. The version 3.3 can be downloaded to CTE-S/208 units having the version 3.y of DPZ654 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

25.1 Version 3.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.0)

Support for ESHDSL line modes. (CR ID 300056272) Support for CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) modems. (CR ID 300056272)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 (CTE687) unit must be version 2.0 or higher. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) units must be version 3.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 3.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes. SCO module version must be 4.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes Tellabs 8100 network manager support for CTE-S units is available in Release 13 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for CTE-S/208 unit is available in Release 15A or higher.

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Restrictions

Neighbor node loop does not work with 1x208k and 2x208k line modes. In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 (CTE687) unit below version 3.0 does not support ESHDSL modes.

Bugs

No known bugs.

25.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.0)

Point to point feature for CTE-S. (CR ID 200013029)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 (CTE687) and CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) units must be version 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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25.3 Version 1.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 1.0. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. USW software (SBZ673) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 (CTE687) and CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) units must be version 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

In case of two-pair mode, when one line is without attenuation and there is attenuation in the other line, "power back-off" may be ON or may be OFF for both lines. This version can be used with HW version 1.x and unit SW version 1.x but in that case point-to-point operation is not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-S and CTE-S/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ673 Unit Software

26 Tellabs 8110 CTE-S and CTE-S/208 SHDSL NTU: SBZ673 Unit Software
The software SBZ673 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35 (CTE685), CTE-S V.36 (CTE688), CTE-S X.21 (CTE686), CTE-S G.703 (CTE687), CTE-S/208 V.35 (CTE803), CTE-S/208 V.36 (CTE806), CTE-S/208 X.21 (CTE804) and CTE-S/208 G.703 (CTE805) units. The version 3.0 can be downloaded to CTE-S units having the version 3.y and 2.y of SBZ673 (where y=0, 1, 2...) Version 3.0 can also be downloaded to units having the version 1.x of SBZ673 but then point-to-point operation is not available. The version 3.0 can be downloaded to CTE-S/208 units having the version 3.y of SBZ673 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

26.1 Version 3.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.0)

Support for ESHDSL line modes. (CR ID 300056272) Support for CTE-S/208 modems. (CR ID 300056272)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. DSP software (DPZ653) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 1.1 or higher. DSP software (DPZ653) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 V.35, CTE-S/208 V.36 and CTES/208 X.21 must be version 3.0 or higher. DSP software (DPZ654) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 must be version 1.1 or higher. DSP software (DPZ654) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S/208 G.703 must be version 3.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 3.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes. SCO module version must be 4.0 or higher to support ESHDSL line modes Tellabs 8100 network manager support for CTE-S units is available in Release 13 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for CTE-S/208 unit is available in Release 15A or higher.

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Restrictions

Neighbor node loop does not work with 1x208k and 2x208k line modes.

Bugs

No known bugs.

26.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.0)

Point to point feature for CTE-S. (CR ID 200013029)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. DSP software (DPZ653) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 1.1 or higher. DSP software (DPZ654) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 must be version 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

DSP software (DPZ653) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized. DSP software (DPZ654) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 must be version 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized. Version 2.0 of SBZ673 can not be used with CTE-S/208 modems.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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26.3 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTE-S hardware version must be 1.0. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 1.2 or higher to support SCO module. DSP software (DPZ653) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S V.35, CTE-S V.36 and CTE-S X.21 must be version 1.1 or higher. DSP software (DPZ654) for Tellabs 8110 CTE-S G.703 must be version 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 13 or higher.

Restrictions

Version 1.0 of SBZ673 can not be used with CTE-S/208 modems.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTU-512 HDSL NTU: SBZ672 Unit Software

27 Tellabs 8110 CTU-512 HDSL NTU: SBZ672 Unit Software


The software SBZ672 is used in Tellabs 8110 CTU-512 V.35 (CTU680) and CTU-512 X.21 (CTU681) units. The version 3.0 can be downloaded to CTU-512 units having the version 3.y of SBZ672 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

27.1 Version 3.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Support for AMIC flash. Enhancement. (CR ID 200025832)

Dependencies

CTU-512 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12A or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-512 misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE. CTU-512 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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27.2 Version 2.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

CTU-512 uses wrong HW version bit mask when deciding is the HW capable of point-topoint operation. Bug. (CR ID 200025220)

Dependencies

CTU-512 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12A or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-512 misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE. CTU-512 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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27.3 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Point-to-point feature for CTU-512. Enhancement. (CR ID 200013025) Possibility to change the DTE capacity depending on the time of day. Enhancement. (CR ID 200015080) CTU-512 sent 'G.826 performance event' alarms too early. As a result, Tellabs 8100 Network Manager read wrong counter values from CTU (current counter values were not moved to history table before reading took place). Now this bug is fixed. (CR ID 200005461)

Dependencies

CTU-512 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12A or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-512 misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE. CTU-512 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized.

Bugs

CTU-512 uses wrong HW version bit mask when deciding is the HW capable of point-topoint operation. Bug. (CR ID 200025220)

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27.4 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

CTU-512 hardware version must be 1.0 or 1.1. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12A or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-512 misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

CTU-S sends 'G.826 performance event'-alarms too early. (CR ID 200005461)

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The software SBZ670 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) and Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) and Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) and Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) units. The version 4.4 can be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 CTU-R units having the version x.y of SBZ670 (where x is 1, 2, 3 or 4 and y=0, 1, 2...). If version before download was 1.y or 2.y (where y=0, 1, 2...) then factory default configuration is set. The version 4.4 can be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 CTE-R units having the version x.y of SBZ670 (where x is 3 or 4 and y=0, 1, 2...). The version 4.4 can be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M units having the version 4.y of SBZ670 (where y=0, 1...). The version 4.4 can be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 units having the version 4.y of SBZ670 (where y=0, 1...). NOTE! No attempt should be made to download versions prior to 4.0 to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

28.1 Version 4.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.3)

Frame Relay fragmentation. This is a new feature that enables short frames of real-time interactive applications to interrupt the transmissions of large frames that carry noninteractive traffic. (CR ID 300079019)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) unit software version must be 1.3 or higher.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 2.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ792) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 is available in Release 15A or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Ethernet MAC/PHY link down alarm is available in Release 15B or higher. Older versions show it as Undefined error code with GPT 63 and SPT 90. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Frame Relay fragmentation is available in Release 16 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

If used MartisDXX Manager or Tellabs 8100 Manager or Tellabs 8000 manager Release is 12A, 13, 13A, 14 or 15 then Rule management, NAT management and Packet filtering menus are not accessible. The restriction has been fixed in Tellabs 8000 manager release R15-SP2.3 and R15A.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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28.2 Version 4.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.2)

Ethernet MAC/PHY link down alarm is generated if Ethernet cable is unplugged. (CR ID 300036351) Pause frames were mistakenly forwarded when spanning tree transparency was enabled. (CR ID 300073486)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) unit software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 2.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ792) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 is available in Release 15A or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Ethernet MAC/PHY link down alarm is available in Release 15B or higher. Older versions show it as Undefined error code with GPT 63 and SPT 90.

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Restrictions

If used MartisDXX Manager or Tellabs 8100 Manager or Tellabs 8000 manager Release is 12A, 13, 13A, 14 or 15 then Rule management, NAT management and Packet filtering menus are not accessible. The restriction has been fixed in Tellabs 8000 manager release R15-SP2.3 and R15A.

Bugs

No known bugs.

28.3 Version 4.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.1)

Traffic prioritization does not work correctly. In overload situations real time traffic does not get any higher priority than other traffic classes. (CR ID 300052014)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) unit software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 2.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ792) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher.

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Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 is available in Release 15A or higher.

Restrictions

If used MartisDXX Manager or Tellabs 8100 Manager or Tellabs 8000 manager Release is 12A, 13, 13A, 14 or 15 then Rule management, NAT management and Packet filtering menus are not accessible. The restriction has been fixed in Tellabs 8000 manager release R15-SP2.3 and R15A.

Bugs

Pause frames are mistakenly forwarded when spanning tree transparency is enabled. (CR ID 300073486).

28.4 Version 4.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 4.0)

Spanning Tree Transparency. This is a new feature which enables transparent forwarding of customers bridge control protocol PDUs. (CR ID 300037420)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) unit software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 2.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ792) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher.

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MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Spanning Tree Transparency is available in Release 15 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 is available in Release 15A or higher

Restrictions

If used MartisDXX Manager or Tellabs 8100 Manager or Tellabs 8000 manager Release is 12A, 13, 13A, 14 or 15 then Rule management, NAT management and Packet filtering menus are not accessible. The restriction has been fixed in Tellabs 8000 manager release R15-SP2.3 and R15A.

Bugs

Traffic prioritization does not work correctly. In overload situations real time traffic does not get any higher priority than other traffic classes. (CR ID 300052014) Pause frames are mistakenly forwarded when spanning tree transparency is enabled. (CR ID 300073486).

28.5 Version 4.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.2)

Support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M. Rule management (ICMP) does not work correctly with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M, Tellabs 8110 CTU-R and Tellabs 8110 CTE-R. (CR ID 200035758)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 (CTE807) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) unit software version must be 1.3 or higher.

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Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 2.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher when used with CTE-R and version 3.0 or higher when used with CTE-R/208. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ792) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) unit software version must be 1.0 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 STE-10M is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8000 network manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R/208 is available in Release 15A or higher.

Restrictions

If used MartisDXX Manager or Tellabs 8100 Manager or Tellabs 8000 manager Release is 12A, 13, 13A, 14 or 15 then Rule management, NAT management and Packet filtering menus are not accessible. The restriction has been fixed in Tellabs 8000 manager release R15-SP2.3 and R15A.

Bugs

Traffic prioritization does not work correctly. In overload situations real time traffic does not get any higher priority than other traffic classes. (CR ID 300052014)

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28.6 Version 3.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 3.0)

Enhancement: Buffer handling adjustment for better performance in bi-directional traffic flow tests (CR ID 200011373). Enhancement: MAC address may exist in multiple VLANs on the WAN side of CTUR/CTE-R (CR ID 200011413). Bug fix: Possible to set (OSPF) Router ID back to 0.0.0.0 (CR ID 200011433) Enhancement: Added N/A state to the background connectivity monitoring tool in order to achive similar behaviour to ESU.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to STE-10M.

Bugs

Rule management (ICMP) does not work correctly with Tellabs 8110 STE-10M, Tellabs 8110 CTU-R and Tellabs 8110 CTE-R. (CR ID 200035758)

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28.7 Version 3.1


This is an internal test version.

28.8 Version 3.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.4)

Differentiated Services (DiffServ) and bridge CoS OSPFv2 Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic VLAN filtering, tunnelling and VLAN ID mapping Background connectivity monitoring tool IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (CTE689) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.3 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (SBZ674) software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTE-R (DPZ653) data pump software version must be 1.3 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTU-R is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for Tellabs 8110 CTE-R is available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for DiffServ, bridge CoS, Ethernet/VLAN encapsulation on WAN side for routed traffic, VLAN filtering, tunnelling, VLAN ID mapping, background connectivity monitoring tool, OSPFv2 and IP routing table enlargement to 4000 routes are available in Release 13A Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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28.9 Version 2.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.3)

Bug fix: Receiving of an Ethernet message destined to certain (rare) multicasts addresses in Router or BRouter mode hung Tellabs 8110 CTU-R. (CRF ID 4005274) Bug fix: Ethernet interface did not come up after a power down reset if Ethernet operation mode was forced (i.e. not auto-sensing) (CRF ID 4005301) Bug fix: Spanning tree message age was not decreased properly causing Spanning tree not to function correctly in certain reconfiguration situations (CR ID 200005971)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.2 or higher MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 Manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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28.10 Version 2.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.8)

NAT (network address translation ) support packet filtering support ping has time measurement and test packet size configuration traceroute support logging functionality LMI functionality reset and factory settings restore functionality PPP negotiation enhanced RIP v1 compatibility mode enhanced

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.2 or higher MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for NAT, packet filtering and reset/factory settings restore functionalities are available in Release 12A Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for enhanced ping, traceroute, logging, and LMI functionalities are available in Release 13 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

28.11 Version 2.2


This is an internal test version.

28.12 Version 2.1


This is an internal test version.
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28.13 Version 2.0


This is an internal test version.

28.14 Version 1.8


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.5)

Bug fix: Tellabs 8110 CTU-R frees the buffers of packets that are destined to CTU-R and carry unsupported transport layer protocols such as TCP. (CRF ID 4004760) Enhancement: Opaque VLAN (IEEE 802.1Q and Cisco ISL) frame bridging support (CRF ID 4004761)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.1 or higher MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

28.15 Version 1.7


This is an internal test version.

28.16 Version 1.6


This is an internal test version.

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28.17 Version 1.5


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 1.4)

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R sends HDLC flags (bit pattern "01111110") to WAN (DSL) interface when there are no data packets to be sent. (CRF ID 4004648)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.1 or higher MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

28.18 Version 1.4


This is an unofficial version and it should not be used once the next official version is available. Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ671) software version must be 1.1 or higher MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

This version should NOT be downloaded to Tellabs 8110 STE-10M.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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The software SBZ671 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) unit. The version 2.0 can be downloaded to units having the version 2.y of SBZ671 (where y=1, 2, 3...).

29.1 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Support for AMIC flash. Enhancement. (CR ID 200025830)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ670) software version must be 1.5 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with Tellabs 8110 STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bi-directional EECRC in Tellabs 8110 CTU-R misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTU-R HDSL NTU: SBZ671 Unit Software

29.2 Version 1.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Possibility to change the DTE capacity of CTU-R depending on the time of day. Enhancement. (CR ID 200015077)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ670) software version must be 1.5 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with Tellabs 8110 STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bi-directional EECRC in Tellabs 8110 CTU-R misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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29.3 Version 1.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Bug fix for quota problem. Under some rare circumstances, Tellabs 8110 CTU-R could reset itself due to lack of transport layer quotas. (CRF ID 4005048) G.826 15 minutes trigger alarms were generated ten seconds too early. (CRF ID 4005267)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ670) software version must be 1.5 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with Tellabs 8110 STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bi-directional EECRC in Tellabs 8110 CTU-R misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTU-R HDSL NTU: SBZ671 Unit Software

29.4 Version 1.2


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Simultaneous modem parameter update with power failure (very unlikely to happen) might lead to corruption of setup data. Recovery function fixed. (CRF ID 4004897) Reserved new objects for router use. (CRF ID 4004667) Ability to reset router processor with Tellabs 8100 Manager. (CRF ID 4004687)

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ670) software version must be 1.5 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with Tellabs 8110 STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bi-directional EECRC in Tellabs 8110 CTU-R misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

Under some rare circumstances, Tellabs 8110 CTU-R might reset itself due to lack of transport layer quotas. (CRF ID 4005048) G.826 15 minutes trigger alarms are generated ten seconds too early. (CRF ID 4005267)

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29.5 Version 1.1


Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (CTU399) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 CTU-R (SBZ670) software version must be 1.5 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with Tellabs 8110 HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with Tellabs 8110 STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bi-directional EECRC in Tellabs 8110 CTU-R misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

Simultaneous modem parameter update with power failure (very unlikely to happen) might lead to corruption of setup data. (CRF ID 4004897) Under some rare circumstances, Tellabs 8110 CTU-R might reset itself due to lack of transport layer quotas. (CRF ID 4005048) G.826 15 minutes trigger alarms are generated ten seconds too early. (CRF ID 4005267)

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Tellabs 8110 CTU-S HDSL NTU: SBZ605 Unit Software

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The software SBZ605 is used on Tellabs 8110 CTU-S V.35 (CTU395), CTU-S X.21 (CTU396) and CTU-S G.703 (CTU397) units. The version 3.0 can be downloaded to CTU-S units having the version 3.x of SBZ605 (where x=0, 1, 2...).

30.1 Version 3.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Support for AMIC Flash. Enhancement. (CR ID 200025496)

Dependencies

CTU-S hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-S misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE. CTU-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized. Time dependent DTE rate control is not available for CTU-S G.703.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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30.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Point-to-point feature for CTU-S. Enhancement. (CR ID 200013025) Possibility to change the DTE capacity depending on the time of day. Enhancement. (CR ID 200013815) CTU-S sent 'G.826 performance event' alarms too early. As a result, Tellabs 8100 Network Manager read wrong counter values from CTU (current counter values were not moved to history table before reading took place). Now this bug is fixed. (CR ID 200005461)

Dependencies

CTU-S hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for time dependent DTE capacity control is available in Release 14 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-S misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE. CTU-S hardware version must be 2.0 or higher if point-to-point feature is to be utilized. Time dependent DTE rate control is not available for CTU-S G.703.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8110 CTU-S HDSL NTU: SBZ605 Unit Software

30.3 Version 1.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Short line breaks may cause loss of management communication channel, until the line is dropped or the HDLC channel is forced to the all ones signal for a couple of seconds. During the malfunction, the test interface terminal responses INVOKE ERROR for active faults query. Bug fix. (CRF ID 4004247) Reset of the Rx buffer slip counter clears the Tx counter and reset of Tx clears the Rx counter. This problem concerns V.35 and X.21 DTE-types only (not G.703). Bug fix. (CRF ID 4004248) The DTE interface code error counter is inoperative. This problem concerns G.703 DTEtype only. Bug fix. (CRF ID 4004350)

Dependencies

CTU-S hardware version must be 1.0 or 1.1. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-S misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

CTU-S sends 'G.826 performance event'-alarms too early. (CR ID 200005461)

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30.4 Version 1.0


This version was used only in Field Validation Tests. Dependencies

CTU-S hardware version must be 1.0 or 1.1. GMH (GMZ283) software version must be 10.0 or higher to support HCE-2M-1P and HCE-2M-2P modules. QMH (QMZ540) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support HCQ-2M module. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 2 or higher.

Restrictions

The End-to-End V.110/CRC feature (EECRC) is not fully compatible with HTU-2M (USW SBZ389 V1.0), and with STU-320, STU-576, STU-1088-2W and STU-2304 (USW SBZ387 V 1.2 or earlier). These units support only unidirectional EECRC, and therefore bidirectional EECRC in CTU-S misinterprets path to be constantly UNAVAILABLE.

Bugs

Short line breaks may cause loss of management communication channel, until the line is dropped or the HDLC channel is forced to the all ones signal for a couple of seconds. During the malfunction, the test interface terminal responses INVOKE ERROR for active faults query. (CRF ID 4004247) Reset of the Rx buffer slip counter clears the Tx counter and reset of Tx clears the Rx counter. This problem concerns V.35 and X.21 DTE-types only (not G.703). (CRF ID 4004248) The DTE interface code error counter is inoperative. This problem concerns G.703 DTEtype only. (CRF ID 4004350) CTU-S sends 'G.826 performance event'-alarms too early. (CR ID 200005461)

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Tellabs 8110 STE-10M NTU: SBZ792 Unit Software

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The software SBZ792 is used on Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) units. The version 1.1 can be downloaded to STE-10M units having the version 1.y of SBZ792 (where y=0, 1, 2...).

31.1 Version 1.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Support for 3 Mbit/s line modes added.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) DSP software version must be 1.1 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ670) router software version must be 4.0 or higher. OMH (OMH771) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ESU (EMZ642) software version must be 1.10 or higher. SCO interface module version must be 3.0 or higher to support 3 Mbit/s line modes. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher. Tellabs 8100 manager support for 3 Mbit/s line modes is available in Release 14 Service Pack 6 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

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Bugs

No known bugs.

31.2 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

This is the first official version.

Dependencies

Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (STE790) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (DPZ794) DSP software version must be 1.0 or higher. Tellabs 8110 STE-10M (SBZ670) router software version must be 4.0 or higher. OMH (OMH771) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. OMH (OMZ675) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ESU (ESU783 and ESM784) hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ESU (EMZ642) software version must be 1.9 or higher. SCO interface module version must be 3.0 or higher to support 4-pair modes. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher to support extra backups for other units in the node, and 3.5 or higher to support over 8M cross-connection ports. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.19, or 4.1 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 10.5 or higher to support over 8M crossconnection ports. Tellabs 8100 manager support for this unit is available in Release 14 Service Pack 3 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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Tellabs 8120 Mini Node M: SMZ414 Unit Software

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The software SMZ414 is used on Tellabs 8120 mini node M (SBM 2048 M). The version 5.0 can be downloaded to SBM 2048s with the revision 5.y of SMZ414 (where y = 0, 1, 2,). The version 4.6 can be downloaded to SBM 2048s with the revision 4.y of SMZ414 (where y = 0, 1, 2,). The SBM 2048M software is structured into two packages: kernel and application. The kernel package contains the operating system, communications services for the SC, and the basic system services: command interpreter, flash memory programming support, downloading support, etc. The kernel package resides in the ROM memory. The application package is downloadable and resides in the flash memory. Note: If the application package is disabled, only the services provided by the kernel package are available.

32.1 Version 5.0


Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for LAN Module and HSSI interface modules are available in Release 10.1A SP7. Requires HW version 6.1.

Restrictions

LAN Bridge parameters are located in its own flash memory. Therefore, when replacing a LAN Module, LAN Bridge parameters have to be set with MartisDXX Manager. Does not support VCM type interface parameter menus. Does not support CAS at 2048 kbit/s<bitrate<8448 kbit/s.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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32.2 Version 4.6


Dependencies

Requires HW version 6.0.

Restrictions

Does not support VCM type interface parameter menus. Does not support CAS at 2048 kbit/s<bitrate<8448 kbit/s.

Bugs

The current practise in production after 1999 is set to year value 100 which is not possible with the current unit software. Displaying wrong G.821 statistics DM information. The control channel fails if MartisDXX Manager sends too low HDLC link timeout parameter values.

32.3 Version 4.4


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s.

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Tellabs 8120 Mini Node M: SMZ414 Unit Software

32.4 Version 4.3


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s.

32.5 Version 4.1


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. Does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync.

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Does not support cross-connection:


CAS idle object enhancement to cross-connect RAM maintenance functions

Does not support async test possibility for circuit loop tester. Does not support 114 invert timing mode. Does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. Does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE384 strapping possibility). Does not support fan fault supervision. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s. LCD menu test pattern selections (IF3IF6) when M > 6 are not correct. When GMH interface has loop to interface and unframed mode and no x-connections, AIS (not RX signal) shall be sent. High speed correction at 4Mbit < bit rate < 8Mbit. V.54 loop activation control. 106 delay corrections.

32.6 Version 4.0


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support V.35-G704B nor X.21-G704 modules (lower modules).

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Does not support V.35-V.24 module (upper modules). Does not support power supply identification info. Does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s (lower modules). Does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. Does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. Does not support cross-connection:

CAS idle object enhancement to cross-connect RAM maintenance functions

Does not support async test possibility for circuit loop tester. Does not support 114 invert timing mode. Does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. Does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE384 strapping possibility). Does not support fan fault supervision. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s. Continuous unit report sending (if sending enabled) when faults are masked. Illegal parameter choices in the LCD menu when handling the loop parameters of G703-64-M module. MartisDXX Manager Disaster Recovery cannot be used. Bit rates below 8 kbit/s do not work. Power-off indication from DTE does not work (upper modules). XB capacity allocation error in the case of X.21 (upper modules) and C/I transfer. Does not support cluster usage. LCD menu test pattern selections (IF3IF6) when M > 6 are not correct. When GMH interface has loop to interface and unframed mode and no x-connections, AIS (not RX signal) shall be sent. High speed correction at 4Mbit < bit rate < 8Mbit V.54 loop activation control 106 delay corrections

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32.7 Version 3.3


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support new type of flash memory. Does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. Does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. Does not support cross-connection:

CAS idle object enhancement to cross-connect RAM maintenance functions

Does not support async test possibility for circuit loop tester. Does not support 114 invert timing mode. Does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. Does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE384 strapping possibility). Does not support fan fault supervision. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbit/s. LCD menu test pattern selections (IF3IF6) when M > 6 are not correct. When GMH interface has loop to interface and unframed mode and no x-connections, AIS (not RX signal) shall be sent. High speed correction at 4Mbit < bit rate < 8Mbit

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V.54 loop activation control 106 delay corrections

32.8 Version 3.2


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support new type of flash memory. Does not support V.35-G704B nor X.21-G704 modules (lower modules). Does not support V.35 - V.24 module (upper modules). Does not support power supply identification info. Does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s (lower modules). Does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules. Does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. Does not support cross-connection:

CAS idle object enhancement to cross-connect RAM maintenance functions

Does not support async test possibility for circuit loop tester. Does not support 114 invert timing mode. Does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. Does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE384 strapping possibility). Does not support fan fault supervision. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

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Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s. Continuous unit report sending (if sending enabled) when faults are masked. Illegal parameter choices in the LCD menu when handling the loop parameters of the G703-64-M module. MartisDXX Manager Disaster Recovery cannot be used. Bit rates below 8 kbit/s do not work. Power-off indication from DTE does not work (upper modules). XB capacity allocation error in the case of X.21 (upper modules) and C/I transfer. Does not support cluster usage. LCD menu test pattern selections (IF3IF6) when M > 6 are not correct. When GMH interface has loop to interface and unframed mode and no x-connections, AIS (not RX signal) shall be sent. High speed correction at 4Mbit < bit rate < 8Mbit V.54 loop activation control 106 delay corrections

32.9 Version 3.1


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W and BTE-2304 modules. Does not support DEG/EXC BER alarms. Frequency difference alarm does not meet G.823 updated standard (1993). An alarm will be generated when using x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support all bit rates between 2M-8M (IF3..6). Does not support X and E bits. Does not support new type of flash memory. Does not support V.35-G704B nor X.21-G704 modules (lower modules). Does not support V.35-V.24 module (upper modules). Does not support power supply identification info. Does not support bit rate 33 x 64 kbit/s (lower modules). Does not support BTE-2048, V35-G704S and X21-G704S modules.

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Tellabs 8120 Mini Node M: SMZ414 Unit Software

Does not support FSW-RAI usage: X-sync. Does not support cross-connection:

CAS idle object enhancement to cross-connect RAM maintenance functions

Does not support async test possibility for circuit loop tester. Does not support 114 invert timing mode. Does not support BTE-1088, BTE-4096, G703-75, G703-120, G703-8M modules. Does not support BTE-384 module wetting current strapping info (in the new version BTE384 strapping possibility). Does not support fan fault supervision. Does not support BTE-2048-2W module. Does not support AIS detection in unframed mode. Does not support RAI-Xcon mode. Does not support 105 off delay parameters.

Bugs

Unnecessary TX-Clock fault when using BTE-4096 module. 114/115 contra and 114/115 invert timing mode do not work at rates over 2048 kbibt/s. Copying the connections of a split trunk control port IF21 by using the front panel keys accesses the wrong node. Does not support ring synchronization. Does not support signalling when the bit rate is 1831 x 64 kbit/s. Continuous unit report sending (if sending enabled) when faults are masked. Illegal parameter choices in the LCD menu when handling the loop parameters of G703-64-M module. MartisDXX Manager Disaster Recovery cannot be used. Bit rates below 8 kbit/s do not work. Power-off indication from DTE does not work (upper modules). XB capacity allocation error in case of X.21 (upper modules) and C/I transfer. Does not support cluster usage. LCD menu test pattern selections (IF3IF6) when M > 6 are not correct. When GMH interface has loop to interface and unframed mode and no x-connections, AIS (not RX signal) shall be sent. High speed correction at 4Mbit < bit rate < 8Mbit V.54 loop activation control 106 delay corrections

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Tellabs 8130 Micro Node (SMH-U): SMZ533 Unit Software

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The software SMZ533 is used on Tellabs 8130 micro node. Version 2.2 can be downloaded to Tellabs 8130 micro nodes with version 2.0 or 2.2 of SMZ533.

33.1 Version 2.2


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

33.2 Version 2.1


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Does not support the BTE-320, BTE-576, BTE-1088-2W, BTE-2304 modules. An alarm will be generated when using the x-connected timeslot for HDLC. Does not support the DEG/EXC BER alarms. Does not support the micro BTS. Frequency difference alarm does not meet the G.823 updated standard (1993). Support for fast download (in Prom of 2.2). Support XC ASICs to 80186 bus mode (all registers at even address). TS0 invert and Rx monitor without CRC. HDLC link timeout over satellite.

Bugs

No alarm when neighbour makes a V.54 loop.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

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The software VCZ285A is used on VCM-A units in Basic and Midi Nodes and A111. The version 10.2 can be downloaded to VCM-A units having the version 10.y of VCZ285A (where y=0, 1, 2...). The release 2.14 can be downloaded to VCM-A units having the version 2.y of VCZ285A (where y=0, 1, 2...).

34.1 Version 10.2


Dependencies

VCM-A (base unit VCM222A / VCM223A) hardware version must be 4.0 or higher. VCM-A does not support Cluster Node. SCP (SCZ281) software version can be any. SCU (SCZ280) software version can be any. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.6 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version can be any. GMX (GMZ544) software version can be any. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 5.4 or higher. VCM-A can be in the same node with SXU-V, but it does not support V5.2 itself and its functionality is like with SXU-A. MartisDXX Manager support for VCM LAN and HSSI interface modules are available in Release 10.1A or higher.

Restrictions

VCM LAN module parameters are located in its own flash memory. When replacing a VCM unit including a VCM LAN module, VCM LAN module parameters have to be set with MartisDXX Manager.

Bugs

Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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34.2 Version 10.1


Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for VCM Bridge and HSSI interface modules are available in Release 10.1A.

Restrictions

Requires 4.0 hardware. VCM Bridge parameters are located in its own flash memory so, when replacing a VCM unit including a VCM bridge module, VCM bridge parameters have to be set with MartisDXX Manager.

Bugs

Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur. VCM-5T-A (hw4.0/usw 10.0) circuit loop test resource does't fuction correctly if control channel is NONE. (CRF 4002470) Problem to reset loop from the VCM unit when there have been clocking problems. (CRF 4002303) Problems with some data speeds ( 7104, 7168 and 7232 kbit/s ) of the VCM X.21. (CRF 4002693) VCM X.21 does not function with X21 S+B timing and S_inv. (CRF 4002650) Bit rates over 32 x 64 kbit/s in VCM A cards can be changed even if the interface is locked. (CRF 4003715)

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.3 Version 10.0


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Requires 4.0 hardware.

Bugs

Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.4 Version 2.14


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

USW version 2.14 requires 3.x hardware. USW version 2.14 does not support all bit rates between 2M - 8M. USW version 2.14 does not support X and E bits. USW version 2.14 does not fully support V.24 DTE LL and RL loops.

Bugs

114/115 contradir and 114/115 invert timing modes do not work over 2048 kbit/s bit rates. IF does not activate if 113/115 clock is not connected. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.5 Version 2.13


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

See the restrictions of version 2.14.

Bugs

Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.6 Version 2.12


Dependencies

No dependencies

Restrictions

No support for 105 off delay parameter. No support for V24-PMP tail eater module. See the restrictions of version 2.13.

Bugs

AIS from PCM inverts data towards X-Bus to all zeros in 6703-PDA. Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.7 Version 2.11


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

See the restrictions of version 2.12.

Bugs

High speed problems between 4Mbit/s and 8Mbit/s. V.54 loop activation not according to spec. V.54. You cannot bring 106 delay back below 255. No support for V24-PMP tail eater module. Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.8 Version 2.10


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

No ASYNC test support for CTS. No 114 inverted timing mode. See the restrictions of version 2.11.

Bugs

Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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34.9 Version 2.9


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

See the restrictions of version 2.10.

Bugs

Bit rates below 8 kbit do not work. Bit rates from 4 Mbit/s to 8448 kbits/s does not work. XB capacity allocation error in case of X.21 module and C/I transfer. Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.10 Version 2.8


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

No G.703-PDA (GPL245) support. See the restrictions of version 2.9.

Bugs

Wrong X-bus capacity when Control channel: none, 105: Fixed off. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.11 Version 2.7


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

VCM 222A/VCM 223A version must be 3.0. See the restrictions of version 2.8.

Bugs

Asic timing error (octet pulse). Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.12 Version 2.6


Dependencies

No support for Rev.3 IFMOD ASIC ( Hw-version 3.1).

Restrictions

No PMP cluster support. See the restrictions of version 2.7.

Bugs

No known bugs. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.13 Version 2.5


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

See the restrictions of version 2.6.

Bugs

In case of 113/115 clocking with VDS242 module 113 clock can be erroneous. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.14 Version 2.4


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

No PMP locking object. See the restrictions of version 2.5.

Bugs

Buffer slip alarms in case of X30 framer. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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VCM-A UNIT: VCZ285A Unit Software

34.15 Version 2.3


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

Pmp server functions is not supported. See the restrictions of version 2.4.

Bugs

Buffer sizes at >64 kbit/s are not optimal. In case the X30 framer & no control channel connection capacity is too high. The Alarm bit on V110 frame is inverted. Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

34.16 Version 2.0


Dependencies

No dependencies.

Restrictions

8 kbit/s is not available. SXU IA testing is not supported. Bit rates up to 8448 kbit/s are not supported. See the restrictions of version 2.3.

Bugs

Some buffer sizes should be greater in case of codirectional clocking. Some faults have zero GPT (General Problem Type). If Interface Module is none, unit informs Code-error fault. In case the N*64 kbit/s & V13 & CRC ON connection capacity is too high. In case the X30 framer & no control channel connection capacity is too high. The Alarm bit on V110 frame is inverted.

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Tx buffer alignment and Rx buffer alignment alarms occur in bit rates 80, 144 and 160 kbit/s. In such cases the alarms do not disturb the data stream. After a cross-connection has been deleted from a VCM interface, IA activity missing and Rx buffer slip faults might shortly occur.

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XCG Unit: SMZ538 Unit Software

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The software SMZ538 is used on XCG unit (whose base unit is XCG525) in Tellabs 8140 midi node and Tellabs 8150 basic node. The version 3.5 can be downloaded to XCG units having the version 3.x of SMZ538 (where x=0, 1, 2...).

35.1 Version 3.5


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Trunk swap does not cause data errors. (CR ID 200035773) The background sending of the cross-connected timeslots (Free Time Slot sending) operates correctly for ports over 8448kbit/s. The interface unit needs this information to function correctly. Data errors would follow if this message is not sent by XCG. (CR ID 200032287) The test timeslot used internally for port IA testing has been changed depending on the port capacity. This modification is needed to support Tellabs 8110 STE-10M and any other product when speeds over 8960 kbit/s are used. (CR ID 200031044) The problem preventing XCG inventory operations has been fixed. (CR ID 200031040)

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for pilot bit feature of XCG unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

HDLC link timeout value 11 is impossible.

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XCG Unit: SMZ538 Unit Software

35.2 Version 3.4


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The XB port capacity is supported to up to 192x64 kbit/s. This is required for the ESU unit. (CR ID 200011656) The check of incoming message integrity is improved. The XCG unit is able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is prevented. This will make the unit much more reliable in case of any communication problem. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault now disappears automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) Module type set operation is now possible also when the XCG unit is not in inventory. The bug could have had an effect on the initialization of the control channels during node installation. (CR ID 200012802) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 operation is fixed. (CR ID 200012803) The interface 1+1 Protection Mode activation or deactivation does not any more cause occasional and unintentional clear of fault history buffer. (CR ID 200011615) The 1+1 Protection Mode dependent fault status is set correctly after reset. (CR ID 200011615) Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling status problems cannot cause wrong clock selection anymore. In the case of NNM link communication problem the QL value is set to 7 (DNU) to prevent wrong clock source selection. Normally the master clock QL value of a clock source is obtained from an interface unit by polling it inside the node. The interface unit gets the QL from neighbor node by the NNM mechanism. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported from the unit to the Master Clock State window is set to value 7 (Do Not Use) when there is an active problem in the clock source. Also the EXT clock QL is set to value 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in the external clock source. This change concerns only the reporting of QL values. The actual selection logic in the unit has been working without any problems and remains unchanged. (CR ID 200012805)

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for pilot bit feature of XCG unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

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XCG Unit: SMZ538 Unit Software

Bugs

There may be data errors after trunk swap for 2 minutes or shorter time. The problem concerns only the swapped trunks that may belong to any interface in the node. (CR ID 200035773) The background sending of the cross-connected timeslots (Free Time Slot sending) for ports over 8448 kbit/s does not operate correctly. The interface unit needs this information to function correctly. Data errors will follow if this message is not sent by XCG. (CR ID 200032287) If a port bigger than 140*64 kbit/s is used, the IA test timeslot overlaps with payload data and data errors will follow. (CR ID 200031044) The inventory add and delete operations for XCG unit are impossible. An installed (upgraded) XCG with ESW version 3.4 will otherwise operate normally. (CR ID 200031040) HDLC link timeout value 11 is impossible.

35.3 Version 3.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

The problem with a failing asynchronous link, between DXX server and XCG, under heavy loading condition is fixed. (CRF ID 4004049) Memory management enhanced. (CRF ID 4005098) Clock status DNU is sent via NNM if unit can not get locked to node clock. (CRF ID 4004992) Line loop bug with pilot bit fixed. (CRF ID 4004406) G.821 statistics for 1+1 protected trunk fixed. (CRF ID 4005001) Clock QL state is forced to DNU if NNM is down. (CRF ID 4004718) AIS fault is restrained with equipment loop when pilot bit is set. (CRF ID 4004658) The problem with available time in 1+1 trunk performance data always remaining 100% fixed. (CRF ID 4004979) Fallback List Warning alarm is removed. (CRF ID 4004904)

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for pilot bit feature of XCG unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656)

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Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) Module type set operation is not possible when the XCG unit is not in inventory. This may have effect on the initialization of the control channels during node installation. (CR ID 200012802) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The interface 1+1 Protection Mode activation or deactivation may cause occasional and unintentional reset of the fault history buffer. This does not effect on the information given by the NMS Fault Management System (FMS). (CR ID 200011615) The 1+1 Protection Mode dependent fault status may be wrong after reset if the 1+1 Protection Mode was activated. (CR ID 200011615) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) HDLC link timeout value 11 is impossible.

35.4 Version 3.2


This is an unofficial version based on version 3.1. This version should not be used once the next official version is available. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs The use of this version is recommended only to correct the following problems with XCG:

Asynchronous link between DXX server and XCG is used and access to nodes often fails and control channel broken faults frequently occur in some nodes of the network. (CRF ID 4004049) Occurrence of a random Missing Unit fault fixed. (CRF ID 4004837)

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for pilot bit feature of XCG unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

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Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) Asynchronous link might still fail under a heavy loading condition.

35.5 Version 3.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Pilot bit feature in own interfaces 1 - 4 of XCG unit. (CRF ID 4004062) Disabling of downloaded software is not any more possible. (CRF ID 4003830)

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for pilot bit feature of XCG unit is available in Release 12 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656)

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803)

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The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805)

35.6 Version 3.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

HDLC channels in own interfaces 3 - 4 of XCG unit.

Dependencies

XCG (base unit XCG525) hardware version must be 2.2 or higher. XCG interface modules G703-75-4CH (base unit GDH521) and G703-120-4CH (base unit GDH522) hardware version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for HDLC channels in own interfaces 3 - 4 of XCG unit is available in Release 11 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805)

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XCG Unit: SMZ538 Unit Software

35.7 Version 2.3


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

XCG shows right QL status for clock source through STM-1 interface of GMU

Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for XCG unit is available in Release 9 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature. No HDLC channels in interfaces 3 4.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) Master clock hold over does not work. There can be incorrect IN USE information of timeslots in interfaces 3 and 4 when 1+1 protection is on. Slow neighbour alarm when a cable is removed from interface 1. The HDLC channel fails if NMS sends too low HDLC LINK TIMEOUT parameter values. The G.821 unavailable state alarm is missing.

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35.8 Version 2.2


This is a non-production version based on version 2.1. This version should not be used once the next official version is available Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Occurrence of a random Missing Unit fault fixed. (CRF ID 4004837)

Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for XCG unit is available in Release 9 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature. No HDLC channels in interfaces 3 4.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) Master clock hold over does not work. There can be incorrect IN USE information of timeslots in interfaces 3 and 4 when 1+1 protection is on. Slow neighbour alarm when a cable is removed from interface 1. The HDLC channel fails if NMS sends too low HDLC LINK TIMEOUT parameter values. The G.821 unavailable state alarm is missing. Master clock source through STM-1 interface of GMU shows wrong QL status.

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35.9 Version 2.1


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Support for GMU and GMU-M units. Support for Micro BTS. HDLC link over satellite feature. New BER alarms (Exc/Deg). New detection criteria in the Freq. Difference alarm. New feature: TS0 invert and Rx monitor without CRC. The new HDLC/X-bus overlap alarm. Node synchronisation source change alarms. Voltage bus alarm filtering for PAU-5T.

Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for XCG unit is available in Release 9 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature. No HDLC channels in interfaces 3 4.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) Master clock hold over does not work. There can be incorrect IN USE information of timeslots in interfaces 3 and 4 when 1+1 protection is on. Slow neighbour alarm when a cable is removed from interface 1. The HDLC channel fails if NMS sends too low HDLC LINK TIMEOUT parameter values.
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It is possible that there occur faulty Missing unit alarms. The G.821 unavailable state alarm is missing.

35.10 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Extended backup support.

Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for XCG unit is available in Release 9 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature. No HDLC channels in interfaces 3 4. No support for GMU and GMU-M units. No support for Micro BTS. No HDLC link over satellite feature. No new BER alarms (Exc/Deg). Old detection criteria in the Freq. Difference alarm. No feature: TS0 invert and Rx monitor without CRC. The old HDLC/X-bus overlap alarm. No node synchronisation source change alarms. No voltage bus alarm filtering for PAU-5T.

Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805)

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Master clock hold over does not work. There can be incorrect IN USE information of timeslots in interfaces 3 and 4 when 1+1 protection is on. Slow neighbour alarm when a cable is removed from interface 1. The HDLC channel fails if NMS sends too low HDLC LINK TIMEOUT parameter values. It is possible that there occur faulty Missing unit alarms. The G.821 unavailable state alarm is missing.

35.11 Version 1.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

First version, no enhancements.

Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for XCG unit is available in Release 9 Service Pack 1 or higher.

Restrictions

The XB port capacity of up to 192x64 kbit/s is not supported. This is a requirement for ESU unit but only if bigger than 8M port capacity is applied. (CR ID 200011656) No pilot bit feature. No HDLC channels in interfaces 3 4. No support for GMU and GMU-M units. No support for Micro BTS. No HDLC link over satellite feature. No new BER alarms (Exc/Deg). Old detection criteria in the Freq. Difference alarm. No feature: TS0 invert and Rx monitor without CRC. The old HDLC/X-bus overlap alarm. No node synchronisation source change alarms. No voltage bus alarm filtering for PAU-5T. No extended backup support.

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Bugs

The XCG unit is not able to detect a message that has a consistency problem in the internal data structure. The processing of the invalid message is not prevented. (CR ID 200012800) X-Connect RAM fault does not disappear automatically when the error condition has ended. (CR ID 200012801) The Separate Command Bit TS0/B1 does not operate correctly. (CR ID 200012803) The Neighbor node monitoring (NNM) polling problems caused by the control channel link do not affect properly the used QL value. It is not always correctly set to 7 (DNU) in order to prevent wrong clock source selection when the actual QL is unknown. (CR ID 200012804) The QL value reported in the Master Clock State window is not always set to 7 (DNU) when there is an active problem in a clock source. (CR ID 200012805) Master clock hold over does not work. There can be incorrect IN USE information of timeslots in interfaces 3 and 4 when 1+1 protection is on. Slow neighbour alarm when a cable is removed from interface 1. The HDLC channel fails if NMS sends too low HDLC LINK TIMEOUT parameter values. It is possible that there occur faulty missing unit alarms. The G.821 unavailable state alarm is missing. Incorrect HW type code of Mini Node (SMZ430) in compatibility check: system part/application part.

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36 Unit Software Version Dependencies in Discontinued Products


The unit software version dependencies of discontinued Tellabs 8100/MartisDXX products are listed below.

36.1 AIU Unit: ABZ531 Unit Software


The software ABZ531 is used on the DXX processor module (ABU) of AIU unit in Midi, Basic and Cluster Nodes. The version 1.3 can be downloaded to AIU units having the version 1.y of ABZ531 (where y=0, 1, 2...). The software ACZ7001 is used on the ATM processor module (ACP514) of AIU. See the corresponding release note for more information.

36.1.1 Version 1.3

Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Changing Functional testing for AIU1:1 and AIU1:4. (CRF ID 4004812)

Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 1.0 or 3.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

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Restrictions

Before updating ABZ531 software from the earlier version make sure that the ATM Processor Module (ACP) software ACZ7001 version is 1.2 or higher. No software support for production testing.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.1.2 Version 1.2

Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Before updating ABZ531 software from the earlier version make sure that the ATM Processor Module (ACP) software ACZ7001 version is 1.2 or higher.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.1.3 Version 1.1

Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Before updating ABZ531 software from the earlier version make sure that the ATM Processor Module (ACP) software ACZ7001 version is 1.2 or higher. Locking and unlocking >2Mbit/s virtual trunk interfaces in A111 node often fails.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.1.4 Version 1.0


Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

When updating ABZ 531 software it is strongly recommended that the software of the ATM Processor Module (ACP) is updated first if the version of ACZ7001 software is 1.1 or earlier.

Bugs

The locking state (locked/unlocked) of an ATM virtual trunk interface may become incorrect in the following cases: MartisDXXprocessor software restarts without reseting the ATM processor software (for example after downloading a new version of ABZ 531), or a node inventory operation (add/remove AIU, create/delete inventory) is performed very soon after inserting a unit into the node. Unnecessary 16/20 MHz clocks not locked alarms may exist in the alarm reports of AIU. These alarms should always be ignored. Removing a replacement AIU from the node (approximately within 60 seconds after a reset) before it has been able to restore all of the backup parameters may prevent the AIU from being taken into the node inventory in another slot.

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36.2 AIU Unit/Module ACP514: ACZ7000 Boot Software


ACZ7000 is a boot software starting up the ACP 514 module. ACP 514 is a part of the ATM interface unit designed to enhance the capability of Basic and Cluster Nodes.

36.2.1 Version 1.0

Dependencies

The version 1.0 is to be flashed to ACP 514 Release 02 (PCB Code 760051402).

Restrictions

No method in use to identify application software.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.3 AIU Unit: ACZ7001 Unit Software


The software ACZ7001 is used on the ATM processor module (ACP) of AIU unit (whose base unit is ABU257) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. The version 1.5 can be downloaded to AIU units having the version 1.x of ACZ7001. The software ABZ531 is used on the ABU257 base unit of AIU. See the corresponding release note for more information. The production testing support can be used with ABZ531 v. 1.3 or higher.

36.3.1 Version 1.5


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

Changing functional testing for AIU1:1 and AIU1:4. (CRF ID 4004813)

Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP551 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP551 software (downloadable FPGA) version must be 2.6 or higher to support Tellabs 8170 cluster node. ABP513 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP513 software (downloadable FPGA) version must be 1.2 or higher.

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AIU (ABZ531) software must be 1.0 or higher CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations. SNMP agent is no longer supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.3.2 Version 1.4


Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP551 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP551 software version must be 2.6 or higher. ABP513 version must be 1.2 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher.

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MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations. SNMP agent is no longer supported. No software support for production testing.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.3.3 Version 1.3


Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations. Configuration of SNMP-related parameters (IP address, SNMP managers, etc) does not work with older MartisDXX Manager releases (older than Release 10.0A). The actual values of MIB variables can be set only by SNMP. These variables are sysName, sysLocation, sysContact, ifAlias and ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable. All MartisDXX Manager settings related to these variables do not affect to the actual MIB variables and SNMP functionality.

Bugs

Newly created ATM circuits do not always work. (CRF 4003503)

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36.3.4 Version 1.2


Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations.

Bugs

Newly created ATM circuits do not always work. (CRF 4003503).

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36.3.5 Version 1.1


Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Maximum 60 VP cross-connections are supported. Transmission of cells with GFC bits set is not guaranteed. Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations.

Bugs

LCD condition of virtual trunk IF and some minor faults are not recognized. FMO Abort function does not work properly. Access Interface uses idle cells instead of unassigned cells for dell delineation. Locked status can be erroneously changed to unlocked for virtual trunk IF. Newly created ATM circuits do not always work (CRF 4003503).

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36.3.6 Version 1.0


Dependencies

ACP514 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.4 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.5 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for the AIU is available in Release 9.0A-3 or higher.

Restrictions

Maximum 60 VP cross-connections are supported. Transmission of cells with GFC bits set is not guaranteed. Cell counters in Motorola ASIC are not correct in some cases. OAM continuity check is not guaranteed to work with other vendors implementations.

Bugs

Improper configuration of STM-1 interface may cause cells to be dropped. Incompatible with ABP551 from v.2.4 onwards.

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36.4 CCO and CCS Units: CCZ445 Unit Software


The software CCZ445 is used on CCO and CCS units.

36.4.1 Version 1.2


This version contains fixes for the dial tone delay problems and CLI support. Masking of ring signal when the handset is lifted has been improved as well. There have been three intermediate test versions: 1.102, 1.104 and 1.106. Version 1.106 is the same as r1.2, except that the version number has changed. The following changes have been made between 1.1 and 1.2:

Read/write operations of combo-codec chip have been optimized to speed up the off-hook response time (1.102, 1.104 and 1.106). CLI support has been added (1.104 and 1.106). Masking of the A-bit downstream (Ring Signal) has been improved to filter ring noise (1.104 and 1.106). Filtering of CCOs Overload and PBX Voltage alarms has been improved (1.104 and 1.106). Filtering of CCSs Power 50V alarm has been improved slightly (1.104 and 1.106). A bug which sometimes left ports blocked after reset on CCS has been fixed (1.106).

Dependencies

New hardware revisions are required to support the Caller ID feature, but this version can be used with the current hardware.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

Hotline (CCS-CCS) feature works differently from previous releases: if the handset is lifted at the other end, the other phone always rings if it is on-hook.

This is due to changes that were made to filter ring noise (CCO-CCS application), which was a problem with r1.1 and CLI-enhanced hardware.

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36.4.2 Version 1.1


Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in release 8.0A.

Restrictions

No support for CLI.

Bugs

Delay in dial tone. Audible ring noise. CCOs Overload and PBX voltage faults in heavy use. CCS may leave the port blocked after reset until the phone goes off-hook.

36.4.3 Version 1.0


Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in release 7.1.

Restrictions

No support for CLI. No support for Finnish units and modules.

Bugs

Delay in dial tone. Audible ring noise. CCOs Overload and PBX voltage faults in heavy use. CCS may leave the port blocked after reset until the phone goes off-hook. Blocked bit value does not go through MartisDXX from CCS to CCO. Overload fault does not block interface. In CCS off-hook state ring bit coming from MartisDXX is written directly to the interface. This produces audible noise in the phone. Overload and PBX voltage loss fault conditions are not valid.

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36.5 CEU Unit: ABP732 Unit Software


The software ABP732 is used on CEU unit (whose base unit is ABP732) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. The version 1.019 can be downloaded to CEU units having the version 1.018 of ABP732. The ABZ607 and ACZ7004 software are used on the other modules of CEU. See the corresponding release notes for more information.

36.5.1 Version 1.019


Dependencies

ABP732 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ACP735 (ACZ7004) software version must be 1.0 or higher. ABU257 (ABZ607) software version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.5.2 Version 1.018


Dependencies

ABP732 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ACP735 (ACZ7004) software version must be 1.0 or higher. ABU257 (ABZ607) software version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.6 CEU Unit: ABZ607 Unit Software


The software ABZ607 is used on CEU unit (whose base unit is ABU257) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. The version 2.0 can be downloaded to CEU units having the version 2.y of ABZ607 (where y=0, 1, 2, ...). The ACZ7004 software is used on the ATM processor module of CEU. See the corresponding release notes for more information.

36.6.1 Version 2.1


This is a non-production version based on version 2.0. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

CAS alignment corrected for cluster node.

Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. ACP735 (ACZ7004) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.018 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12A or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.6.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

In band management channels in all (32pcs) 2M framed connections. Recovered clock from STM-1 interface can be delivered to either (SYB 1, 2) of the synchronization buses of the node. QOS and QOSTR errors GPT codes changed from 60 to 49. G.826 Limit Event added (GPT 91).

Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. ACP735 (ACZ7004) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.018 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12A or higher.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.6.3 Version 1.0


Dependencies

ABU257 hardware version must be 2.0 or higher. ACP735 (ACZ7004) software version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

DXX control-channels are not supported. Synchronization buses of the node are not supported.

Bugs

No known bugs.

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36.7 CEU Unit: ACZ7004 Unit Software


The software ACZ7004 is used on CEU unit (whose base unit is ACP735) in the Tellabs 8140 midi, Tellabs 8150 basic, Tellabs 8160 A111 and Tellabs 8170 cluster nodes. The version 2.1 can be downloaded to CEU units having the version 1.y of ACP735 (where y=0, 1, 2...). The ABZ607 software is used on the DXX processor module of CEU. See the corresponding release notes for more information.

36.7.1 Version 2.1


This is a non-production version based on version 2.0. Enhancements and Fixed Bugs (compared with version 2.0)

Deleting a logical port may cause bit errors to another logical port. (CRF ID 4005184)

Dependencies

ACP735 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABU257 (ABZ607) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.018 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12A or higher.

Restrictions

CEU logical port performance (AAL1 level) counters are not correct in some cases. Compatibility with other vendors circuit emulation units is not guaranteed.

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36.7.2 Version 2.0


Enhancements and Fixed Bugs

In band management channels in all (32pcs) 2M framed connections. Recovered clock from STM-1 interface can be delivered to either (SYB 1, 2) of the synchronization buses of the node. QOS and QOSTR errors GPT codes changed from 60 to 49. added G.826 Limit Event (GPT 91).

Dependencies

ACP735 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABU257 (ABZ607) software version must be 2.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.018 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12A or higher.

Restrictions

CEU logical port performance (AAL1 level) counters are not correct in some cases. Compatibility with other vendors circuit emulation units is not guaranteed.

Bugs

Deleting a logical port may cause bit errors to another logical port

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36.7.3 Version 1.0


Dependencies

ACP735 hardware version must be 1.0 or higher. ABU257 (ABZ607) software version must be 1.0 or higher. ABP732 (ABP732) software version must be 1.0 or higher. CCU (SCZ286) software version must be 2.5 or higher. SCP (SCZ281) software version must be 3.1 or higher. SCU (SCZ280) software version must be 8.4 or higher. SCU-H (SCZ545) software version must be 1.10 or higher. XCG (SMZ538) software version must be 2.0 or higher. CXU-M (SXZ288) software version must be 10.1 or higher. GMX (GMZ544) software version must be 3.15 or higher. SXU-A/B (SXZ282) software version must be 6.9 or higher. SXU-C (SXZ289) software version must be 2.11 or higher. SXU-V (SXZ630) software version must be 1.1 or higher. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit functionality is available in Release 12 or higher.

Restrictions

CEU logical port performance (AAL1 level) counters are not correct in some cases. Compatibility with other vendors circuit emulation units is not guaranteed. In band management channels in all (32pcs) 2M framed connections is not supported. Clock recovery from STM-1 interface is not supported.

Bugs

QOS and QOSTR errors have a wrong GPT code.

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36.8 ECS Unit: UBZ439 Unit Software


The software UBZ439 is used on ECS units.

36.8.1 Version 1.7


Dependencies

MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 9.0.

Restrictions

No restrictions.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.9 EPS-5T and EPS-10T Units: UBZ441 Unit Software


The software UBZ441 is used on EPS-5T and EPS-10T units.

36.9.1 Version 3.6


Dependencies (for High Speed Modem Operation)

EPS441 hardware with versions 2.0 and above. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0A-2 (OS2) and 10.1A (NT). See restrictions below. SXU hardware version 5, USW version 10.2. Note: USW version 10.2 fixed a 10.1 restriction concerning clear channel operation at 2400 baud or less.

Restrictions

When used with MartisDXX Manager release 10.0 or 10.1, CLCs that are added to a CCG when the CCG is in the Planned state will not be properly written to hardware when the CCG state is raised from Planned. In order to be properly configured, a CLC should be added to a CCG only when the state of the CCG is Installed or In USE. Additionally, if the state of a CCG is lowered to Planned, any CLCs should be deleted from the CCG prior to raising the state of the CCG. For reliable clear channel operation, it is recommended that switching to a clear channel be done on detecting 2100 Hz, and the optional 2100 Hz with phase reversal not be used.

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Bugs

EPS 8 kb/s compressed channel may lock up after about 6000 fax transmissions, the channel will stop operation. This lock up situation can be released by disconnecting and again connecting the channel by NMS. Alternative way to release the lock up is to make a reset to the whole EPS unit.

36.9.2 Version 3.5


Dependencies (for High Speed Modem Operation)

EPS441 hardware with versions 2.0 and above. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0A-2 (OS2) and 10.1A (NT). See restrictions below. SXU hardware version 5, USW version 10.1.

Restrictions

When used with MartisDXX Manager release 10.0 or 10.1, CLCs that are added to a CCG when the CCG is in the Planned state will not be properly written to hardware when the CCG state is raised from Planned. In order to be properly configured, a CLC should be added to a CCG only when the state of the CCG is Installed or In USE. Additionally, if the state of a CCG is lowered to Planned, any CLCs should be deleted from the CCG prior to raising the state of the CCG. For reliable clear channel operation, it is recommended that switching to a clear channel be done on detecting 2100 Hz, and the optional 2100 Hz with phase reversal not be used. Clear channel operation at modem speeds of 2400 baud or less may switch back to compressed operation due to a short time out setting on the SXU282, version 10.1. Clear channel fax operation at any speed is not affected. When issuing S-Commands from the Unit Debugger for Clear Channel operation, avoid duplicate CcgId & CmcId on separate Channels which inhibits Activation and switching to a clear channel. MartisDXX Manager operation, however, is not capable of assigning specific CcgId & CmcId. This problem can be avoided if all the EPS Channels are utilised. See bugs below.

Bugs

EPS Clear Channel memory is capable of retaining duplicate CcgId & CmcId in separate Configuration Channels, which inhibits Activation and switching to a Clear Channel. This duplication is possible when an EPS Channel is Activated, then deleted, and Activated on a different EPS Channel using the same CcgId & CmcId.

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36.9.3 Version 2.6


Dependencies (for High Speed Modem Operation)

EPS441 hardware with versions less than 2.0. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0A-2 (OS2) and 10.1A (NT). See restrictions below. SXU hardware version 5, USW version 10.2. Note: USW version 10.2 fixed a 10.1 restriction concerning Clear Channel operation at 2400 baud or less.

Restrictions

When used with MartisDXX Manager release 10.0 or 10.1, CLCs that are added to a CCG when the CCG is in the Planned state will not be properly written to hardware when the CCG state is raised from Planned. In order to be properly configured, a CLC should be added to a CCG only when the state of the CCG is Installed or In USE. Additionally, if the state of a CCG is lowered to Planned, any CLCs should be deleted from the CCG prior to raising the state of the CCG. For reliable Clear Channel operation, it is recommended that switching to a Clear Channel be done on detecting 2100 Hz, and the optional 2100 Hz with phase reversal not be used.

Bugs

No known bugs.

36.9.4 Version 2.5


Dependencies (for High Speed Modem Operation)

EPS441 hardware with versions less than 2.0. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0A-2 (OS2) and 10.1A (NT). See restrictions below. SXU hardware version 5, USW version 10.1.

Restrictions

When used with MartisDXX Manager release 10.0 or 10.1, CLCs that are added to a CCG when the CCG is in the Planned state will not be properly written to hardware when the CCG state is raised from Planned. In order to be properly configured, a CLC should be added to a CCG only when the state of the CCG is Installed or In USE. Additionally, if the state of a CCG is lowered to Planned, any CLCs should be deleted from the CCG prior to raising the state of the CCG. For reliable Clear Channel operation, it is recommended that switching to a Clear Channel be done on detecting 2100 Hz, and the optional 2100 Hz with phase reversal not be used. Clear Channel operation at modem speeds of 2400 baud or less may switch back to Compressed operation due to a short Time Out setting on the SXU282, version 10.1 Clear Channel Fax operation at any speed is not affected.

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When issuing S-Commands from the Unit Debugger for Clear Channel operation, avoid duplicate CcgId & CmcId on separate Channels which inhibits Activation and switching to a Clear Channel. MartisDXX Manager operation, however, is not capable of assigning specific CcgId & CmcId. This problem can be avoided if all the EPS Channels are utilised. See bugs below.

Bugs

EPS Clear Channel memory is capable of retaining duplicate CcgId & CmcId in separate Configuration Channels, which inhibits Activation and switching to a Clear Channel. This duplication is possible when an EPS Channel is Activated, then deleted, and Activated on a different EPS Channel using the same CcgId & CmcId.

36.9.5 Version 2.4


Dependencies (for High Speed Modem Operation)

EPS441 hardware with versions less than 2.0. MartisDXX Manager support for this unit is available in Release 10.0A-2 (OS2) and 10.1A (NT). See restrictions below. SXU hardware version 5, USW version 10.1.

Restrictions

When used with MartisDXX Manager release 10.0 or 10.1, CLCs that are added to a CCG when the CCG is in the Planned state will not be properly written to hardware when the CCG state is raised from Planned. In order to be properly configured, a CLC should be added to a CCG only when the state of the CCG is Installed or In USE. Additionally, if the state of a CCG is lowered to Planned, any CLCs should be deleted from the CCG prior to raising the state of t