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Content
1. Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 system introduction ............................................................................................................. 3
1.2 system function ................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1 Configuration management ...................................................................................... 3
1.2.2 Fault management .................................................................................................... 3
1.2.3 Performance management ........................................................................................ 4
1.2.4 Maintain ................................................................................................................... 4
2. Run NMS ...................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 user name and password ..................................................................................................... 4
2.2 log in the NMS .................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Add NE ............................................................................................................................... 5
3. Browsing NMS interface .............................................................................................................. 6
3.1 Main interface of NMS ....................................................................................................... 6
3.1.1 Main interface .......................................................................................................... 6
3.1.2 Menu bar .................................................................................................................. 6
3.1.3 Fast tools .................................................................................................................. 7
3.1.4 Alarm statistics bar ................................................................................................... 8
3.1.5 NE Resource tree ..................................................................................................... 8
4. System management ..................................................................................................................... 8
4.1 NE synchronization............................................................................................................. 8
4.2 Secure management ............................................................................................................ 9
4.2.1 User management..................................................................................................... 9
4.2.2 Online user ............................................................................................................. 11
4.2.3 User team management .......................................................................................... 11
4.2.4 Role management................................................................................................... 12
4.2.5 Security policy ....................................................................................................... 13
5. Configuration management......................................................................................................... 14
5.1 Cross connection management ......................................................................................... 14
5.1.1 View cross .............................................................................................................. 14
5.1.2 Delete cross connection ......................................................................................... 14
5.1.3 Create Cross connection ........................................................................................ 14
5.2 Overhead management...................................................................................................... 15
5.3 ECC management ............................................................................................................. 15
5.3.1 ECC introduction ................................................................................................... 15
5.3.2 IP address configure ............................................................................................... 15
5.3.3 ECC port configure ................................................................................................ 16
5.3.4 ECC channel configure .......................................................................................... 16
5.3.5 Neighboring network element information ............................................................ 16
6. Clock configuration and maintain ............................................................................................... 16
6.1 Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 16
6.2 Parameters introduction .................................................................................................... 16
6.2.1 Clock mode ............................................................................................................ 17

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6.2.2 Recovery time ........................................................................................................ 17


6.2.3 Priority ................................................................................................................... 17
6.2.4 Operation mode and working mode ....................................................................... 17
6.4 The basic configuration of a reference source .................................................................. 17
7. EOS management ....................................................................................................................... 18
7.1 configure export cross for EOS......................................................................................... 18
7.2 VLAN configuration ......................................................................................................... 18
7.3 STP configuration ............................................................................................................. 19
7.4 EOS internal port configuration ........................................................................................ 20
7.4.1 VCG port configuration ......................................................................................... 20
7.4.2 Port cross................................................................................................................ 20
8. Alarm management ..................................................................................................................... 21
8.1 introduction ....................................................................................................................... 21
8.2 Current alarm management ............................................................................................... 21
8.3 History alarm management ............................................................................................... 22
8.4 NE alarm level configuration ............................................................................................ 22
9. Performance management........................................................................................................... 23
9.1 view current alarm ............................................................................................................ 23
9.2 View history performance ................................................................................................. 23
9.3 configuration performance task ........................................................................................ 24
10. Maintain management............................................................................................................... 24
10.1 NE maintain management ............................................................................................... 24
10.1.1 NE management ................................................................................................... 25
10.1.2 NE online search .................................................................................................. 25
10.1.3 System management ............................................................................................ 25
10.1.4 NE time management ........................................................................................... 26
10.2 Update system ................................................................................................................. 26

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1. Introduction

1.1 system introduction

UPCOM_NMS is a graphic operation network management system,


nowUPCOM_NMS can manage MSTP series of UpcomtechSDH.

1.2 system function

1.2.1 Configuration management

Configure manage is make sure all the function run normally, now list some parts
as follows:
●NE Resource management
●Clock management
●Cross connection management
●MSP management
●EOS management
●Performance management
●Alarm management
●Expenses management
●Official management
●ECC management

1.2.2 Fault management

UPCOM_NMSsupport some function as follows:


●TO view current alarm
●TO view history alarm
●TCA alarm
●Alarm level define
●Attribute of alarm

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1.2.3 Performance management

UPCOM support some function as follows:


●To view current and history performance
●configuration attribute of alarm

1.2.4 Maintain

Support some function as follows:


●ports loop back
●define ports level
●NE management
●Update for NE

2. Run NMS

2.1 user name and password

The user name and password of UPCOM_NMS is default just is “root” and
“123456”, and when user log in the NMS can set new user name and password.

2.2 log in the NMS

1. There has one nms port on main panel. Connect Ethernet cable to nms port.

2. Enter the user name and password in NMS.

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Figure: 2-1

▲ Explain: if your PC is NMS server, so the sever IP is


127.0.0.1.and the port is 12000.

2.3 Add NE

When enter the NMS, please click add menu as follows:

Figure: 2-2

You can set any name for NE name ,To select the NE type of equipment, and fill
in correct IP address, port number is 7000,user name is ADMIN, click OK. Then add
complete.

▲ Explain:NE IP address must keep a way with your PC IP in the same


network, so that NE can search automatic. Such as the computer IP:192.168.1.35. NE
IP should also be: 192.168.1.XX. After successful log in will display the map shown:

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2-3

Figure:2-3

3. Browsing NMS interface

3.1 Main interface of NMS

3.1.1 Main interface

Figure: 3-1

3.1.2 Menu bar

Figure: 3-2

● System: the main menu, to set system properties and system security settings,
automatic lock screen long time when not in use, and exit the current network
management
● View: to view current NE topology

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● Port to Port configure: Digital connection management.


●configuration: provide NE management, NE search, and equipment
management function.
● Maintain management: update for NE.
● Performance: to view current performance and history performance and
configure performance.
● Alarm management: to view current alarm, history alarm and TCA alarm.
● Journal: operation log, security log, and the event log
● Help: to display current system version.

3.1.3 Fast tools

Figure: 3-3

Lock screen settings.

Secure management.

System properties.

Current performance.

History performance.

Task of performance.

Operation log

Secure log

Event log

Current alarm

Equipment management

NE management

New domain

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New NE

NE search

3.1.4 Alarm statistics bar

Alarm statistics bar display 4 different alarm current system, from left to right respectively:
indicating and alarming, minor alarm, major alarm, emergency alarm

Figure:3-4

3.1.5 NE Resource tree

AS shown in Figure 3-1, the left below position element resource tree is located
in the main interface, through the network element resource tree can access all the
resources of network element nodes, including the logic board information, slot, and
the port on board .
Under the tree, if you select a slot, a single plate, a port of a single board, the corresponding
equipment machine diagram slot, single board, the port also corresponding were chosed.

4. System management

4.1 NE synchronization

Network synchronization function is: the system’s configuration and network


management in the database configuration do a comparison, if the display
synchronization, then the network management and the equipment is in a synchronous
state. There are specific:
●Synchronous comparison: network management database and device
configuration make a synchronous comparison.
● Synchronous upload: if the result of the comparison shows no synchronization,
you will need to do a sync upload operation, the device configuration is sent to the
network management database.
● Simultaneous downloads: network management of data is sent to the device.

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4.2 Secure management

The safety management under the menu is for create user account and give
different permission for each account management, our highest authority user is root,
it can create, modify, delete the user account and password, but also can lock others
users.

4.2.1 User management

1.To choose【system/secure management】to inter user management


As Figure shown 4-1:

Figure: 4-1

2.add new user:Click add menu to enter user management, as shown 4-2.and
enter the right user name and password in the text box

Figure: 4-2
3.Edit user choose user and click edit menu ,as Figure shown, it can modify
user name and limit log in IP, address, phone, mailbox, and the user is assigned to
which user groups, and realize the management object, and authority.

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Figure: 4-3

4. Lock / unlock the user. Select the user clicks the button lock a dialog box
appears, asking whether the identified lock the selected user accounts, click OK, that
has successfully locked user. Then in the user list admin users have become locked
state. As shown in Figure 4-4:

Figure: 4-4

▲ The user is locked cannot take that user to log in again, and only the
root user can unlock that user.

5. Reset password: Select that to reset the password user,click menu, and

displayed as Figure shown4-5.To enter new password in the text box, and enter again. Then click
ok. That may be show the reset successfully for you.

Figure: 4-5

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4.2.2 Online user

1. To view the online user i this page as shown for 4-4,It support single user log
in, and lock system ,unlock system and kick others user.

Figure 4-6

2.Choose the users that need to lock ,click lock menu and display a dialog box ,if

you click OK, then this user will be lock now .and the same is to unlock the that user .just click

menu to unlock .

3. Kick some others user .on Figure 4-4 there is a menu , click this menu can kick

others user.

▲: if some others user has been kicked, when you operate ne with this
user, and you will see the remind: it has been kicked.so you need to log in

again.

4.2.3 User team management

1.To choose【system/secure management】to inter user team management


As Figure shown 4-6:

Figure: 4-6

2. Choose add menu on Figure 5,and will show follow Figure .you can write any
user team id, and write some describe for this user team .and choose object and role
that you want to manage.as Figure shown 4-7

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Figure: 4-7

4.2.4 Role management

1.To choose【system/secure management】to inter user Role management


Click add menu to create a new role as Figure shown 4-8

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Figure: 4-8

▲: It can set role id by yourself and also write some describe for this role .and the
most important is distribute some Jurisdiction for this role.

4.2.5 Security policy

1.To choose【system/secure management】to inter Security policy.as Figure


follows 4-9.

Figure: 4-9

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5. Configuration management

5.1 Cross connection management

5.1.1 View cross


To view some cross in NMS it has a Figure that shown as follows 5-3

Figure: 5-3

● Service level: it supports VC4 ,VC12 level.


● Service source: the location of cross, it include: slot, board, port and CTP.
● Service destination: the location of cross, it include: slot, board, port and CTP.
● protect service source: if it has protect service, it will be appear or not

5.1.2 Delete cross connection

1 choose [main interface/cross management],it will be appear as Figure 5-3


2 delete cross that you want, press<CTRL>or <shift>key can release multiple
choose.
3 click delete service, it will appear a dialog box to inquire.
4 click yes

5.1.3 Create Cross connection

To create cross and protect and as Figure shown 5-4:

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Figure: 5-4

1 service level: it can choose vc4, vc3 and vc12.


2 service direction: can choose single direction and double direction.
3 protect mode: can choose no protect and 1+1 protect.
4 service source: list all cross that can be choose.
5 service destination: also list all cross that can be choose.

5.2 Overhead management

Overhead bytes are used to query and configuration should be issued, should
send byte, and query received byte.

5.3 ECC management

5.3.1 ECC introduction


Embedded channel contains the control information and the management
information. It uses D1-D3 or D4-D12 byte, byte D1-D3 channel is used for network
element management SDH special, a regeneration section must use this channel,
non-renewable period following overhead bytes element can choose to use the ECC

5.3.2 IP address configure

It need to configure main OAM IP address, the default is 10.0.0.xx.then it must


to add a route in dos system .for example: route add 10.0.0.0 mask 255.0.0.0
192.168.1.xx. This 192.168.1.xx IP address is your main OAM IP address.

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5.3.3 ECC port configure

The ECC port configures is choosing which port are enable and which is don not
enable. But the default is all port is enabling.

5.3.4 ECC channel configure

●Channel list: display all port of NE configurations.


● Through list: display source port and destination port of NE that to configure.

5.3.5 Neighboring network element information

● Port: Adjacent element is connected with the change of network element port
information.

● Neighboring network IP address: The adjacent IP network element

information connected with the network element

● Neighboring network port: The adjacent port NE element that

connect with network element.

6. Clock configuration and maintain

6.1 Introduction
The UPCOM_NMS is specified by the ITU to achieve the clock
function.tofollow ITU-T defines as below:
● SYS: system clock.
● ECS: export clock system.
● Selector: by the manual control of the two selected one selector

6.2 Parameters introduction

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6.2.1 Clock mode

● It has two mode: 2mbit or 2mHz.


● For the external clock input needs to be set according to the actual situation

6.2.2 Recovery time

● Physical state never normal restore to normal, SCS and ESC logic state to wait
for many times the actual return to normal.
● When the waiting time is 0, said there was no delay, the logic state will
immediately return to normal.

6.2.3 Priority

Priority is a reference input selector; you can set a priority for each source of
input for each selector. Priority setting range is 0-255, 0 said that the banned from the
selected source, the larger the number the higher priority level.

6.2.4 Operation mode and working mode

Operation mode and working mode is one function of SETG, operation mode
represent export operates, and working mode represent internal clock.
There are three operation modes: Auto, Free run, Holdover. And also has three
working mode: Free run, lock, and holdover.
When operation mode is “Auto”, now we can switch in three modes.
When operation mode is “Free run”, the working mode must be “Free Run”
When operation mode is “hold over” the working mode must be “holdover”

6.4 The basic configuration of a reference source


The interface and introduction as below:

Figure: 6-1

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● To configure system clock source selector:


● To configure export clock selector:

7. EOS management

7.1 configure export cross for EOS

The functional is cross EOS FE port to wan port. The interface and parameters as
shown below:

Figure: 7-1

● Just click one port and click the other port then they are be crossed.
● If you want to delete cross ,just click two port again.

7.2 VLAN configuration

IEEE802.1q defines the VLAN (virtual local area network).the interface and
parameters will be shown as below Figure:

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Figure: 7-4

7.3 STP configuration

Interface and instruction:

Figure: 7-5

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● STP enable configure: run STP protocol.


● VLAN: VLAN ID number the range is 0-4095,and 0 is preset no VLAN.
● Bridge priority: the range is 0-65535,the default is 32678.
● Bridge aging time: the default is 20.
● Bridge MAC address: before set mac, firstly you must open the STP
configuration.
● Bridge handshake time: the default is 15.

7.4 EOS internal port configuration

7.4.1 VCG port configuration

The interface and functional will be shown as below Figure:

Figure: 7-6

● VCG port configuration: the functional show the each wan port, and can
configure each wan port LCARS, also will show the VCG level.

7.4.2 Port cross

● Port cross: the configuration interface will be shown as below:

Figure: 7-7

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8. Alarm management

8.1 introduction

Sometimes, because of the influence of the external environment, may lead to


broken SDH business, and also can break NMS system.
So we need Alarm management, when a fault occurs, timely report to the
network management administrator, so it can deal the alarm in time.

8.2 Current alarm management

The interface and functional will be shown as follows Figure:

Figure: 8-1

● Click the Synchronous menu, you can refresh equipment alarm into NMS. You
can follow it as below:

Figure: 8-2

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8.3 History alarm management

The interface and parameters will be shown as follows Figure:

Figure: 8-3

8.4 NE alarm level configuration

The interface and functional will be shows as below:

Figure: 8-4

● You can set alarm level in the list of alarm level. Such as Emergency alarm,
major alarm, minor alarm and remind alarm.
● But cannot be set in default level.

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9. Performance management

9.1 view current alarm

The interface and functional will be shown as Figure:

Figure: 9-1

● You can set object as Figure shown:

Figure: 9-2
● Also can refresh at the auto.

9.2 View history performance

The interface and functional will be shown as below:

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Figure: 9-3

9.3 configuration performance task

Figure: 9-4

10. Maintain management

10.1 NE maintain management

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10.1.1 NE management

Figure: 10-2

10.1.2 NE online search

Figure: 10-3

● Search NE at this Figure from the starting IP to destination IP.


● Also can select port to refresh.
● Also can select user name. For selected.

10.1.3 System management

Figure: 10-4

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10.1.4 NE time management

● This functional is show the real true clock.

10.2 Update system


This functional is in order to update all the board version also can update ne
version. The interface and parameters as below

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