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EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) User Guide

Contents
1 Preface ...................................................................................................................................1 1.1 General .......................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 System Highlight ........................................................................................................... 2 1.3 Switching Ethernet Port Features .................................................................................. 3 User Guide.............................................................................................................................4 2.1 Front Panel Description ................................................................................................. 4 2.1.1 LED Indicators ................................................................................................. 4 2.1.2 Dip Switches .................................................................................................... 5 2.1.3 Loopback Control............................................................................................. 6 2.1.4 Optical Protection Switch Mode (Optional)..................................................... 7 2.1.5 Device Address................................................................................................. 7 2.1.6 Button Switch................................................................................................... 8 2.1.7 Handset Connector ........................................................................................... 8 2.2 Rear Panel Description .................................................................................................. 9 2.2.1 Power Interface ................................................................................................ 9 2.2.2 Fiber Interface .................................................................................................. 9 2.2.3 E1 Interface ...................................................................................................... 9 2.2.4 RS485 Interface.............................................................................................. 10 2.2.5 Ethernet Interface ........................................................................................... 10 System Installation and Maintenance ..................................................................................11 3.1 Installation ................................................................................................................... 11 3.2 System commissioning ................................................................................................ 11 3.3 Keynote of Installation ................................................................................................ 12 3.4 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 12 3.5 Environment and grounding requirement .................................................................... 12 Technical Specifications ......................................................................................................13 4.1 Model Variety .............................................................................................................. 13 4.2 Optical Interface .......................................................................................................... 13 4.3 Electrical Interface....................................................................................................... 13 4.4 Ethernet Interface ........................................................................................................ 14 4.5 V.35 Interface............................................................................................................... 14 4.6 Power Supply............................................................................................................... 14 4.7 Circumstance requirement ........................................................................................... 14 4.8 Physical dimension ...................................................................................................... 14

A-Terminal Operation Guide ...........................................................................................15


5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 15 Connection................................................................................................................... 15 RS232 / RS485 Converter ........................................................................................... 15 RS485 Attaching Cable ............................................................................................... 16 Start the A-Terminal................................................................................................. 17

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Diagram:
Figure 2.1 EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) Front Panel View Figure 2.2 EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) Rear Panel Figure 2.3 E1 / 75 ohm adapter Figure 4.1 Equipment Ground Connection Figure 5.1 Console Connection with FOM-M MK2 Figure 5.2 Point-to-point Attach Figure 5.3 Daisy Chain Attach

Tables:
Table 2.1.a LED Indicators Table 2.1.b LED Indicators Table 2.2 Control Dip Switch Table 2.3 Tributary Channel Loopback Table 2.4 Device Addressing Table 2.5 Press Buttons Table 2.6 RJ10 Handset Socket Pin Assignment Table 2.7 120 ohms E1 Interface RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment Table 2.8 RS485 / DB25 Pin Assignment Table 2.9 LAN / RJ45 Pin Assignment Table 5.1 RS-422 (RS-485) Interface Pin Assignment Table 5.2 RS-232C Interface Pin Assignment Table 5.3 RS485 Attaching Cable Pin Assignment

Release Notes:
Release 1.2:Amend Optical Interface Specifications. Release 1.4:Add in the Customer Notice for Tag VLAN. Release 2.0:Add in the ATerminal operation guide. Release 2.2:Modify the handset connector description..

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Customer Notice
EOM5000 Ethernet Port Support Tagged VLAN

Since 1-Jan-2008, the Ethernet interface is upgraded to support Tag VLAN (tagged) and Port VLAN (untagged) setting. The corresponding A-Terminal software version of V.3.3 or later is required. For any further queries, please contact our technical support term by email to:- tech-support@aisaicom.com. If malfunction of the system is found, it is not recommended to change any electronic component on any module. Please contact Aisai sale representative or our RMA department (rma@aisaicom.com) for maintenance request. No authorized modification of the circuit board will void the warranty agreement with Aisai and we have no responsibility for such unauthorized action.

Remark: The previous VLAN setting support local side VLAN only and the VLAN setting cannot pass through the fiber network. The upgraded Tag VLAN is used to solve this issue, and that can partition and group the local and remote ports freely.

Aisai Technical Support Department Jan 2008

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1 Preface
1.1 General
Aisai design and produce the new generation of EtherOptic multiplexer EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) system, which enhances the system flexibility and reliability to cater for various market demands. By using the TDM technology, EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) carries ensured 100 Mbps bandwidth Ethernet data with E1 signal together over the fiber network. Two additional expansion slots adopt different kinds of data or voice module depends on demand. The EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) maintains the adoption of FPGA and large scale ASIC technologies, which make the EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) function rich, reliable and more cost effective. The EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) has two base models; EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-A provides built-in 4 x E1 channels; and EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-B provides built-in 4 x E1 plus 4 x 10/100BT switching Ethernet ports. It is field upgradeable from EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-A to EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-B. With the additional expansions slots, customer can select to install different kinds of E1 / V.35 / V.11 / V.24 data module or FXS / FXO voice module. Enhancement of modular hot swappable fiber interface with optional optical link protection (1+1); customer can add the feature later on when service is required. Dual core fiber or single core fiber with built-in WDM is also available for customer selection. The E1 interface of EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) conforms to ITU-T G.703, G.742 and G.823. The Ethernet switching ports support learning bridge and IEEE 802.1q VLAN. The EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) EtherOptic mux has the comprehensive self diagnostic and supports different kinds of channel and aggregate link loopback. The built-in sound buzzer and LED indicators for audible and visible alarm of optical link and tributary channel. Alarm dry contact relay also supported for the external alarm facility connection. All these simplify the fault isolation and the system diagnosis becomes easier. Optional redundancy power supply is available, and can be any combination of AC+DC or DC+DC power redundancy. The EOM design is highly compact, reliable and environmental hardened. Standard SNMP agent, an external management unit, NMS-ETH-S is provided for cost saving to management a volume of EOM links. Internal management module, NMS-ETH-M is an optional module, also supported for individual link management. The management unit and module supports standard SNMP agent, web management, telnet and VT100 console access. SNMP agent is SNMP v1 / v2 compliant. The most cost effective solution for system management today, "A-Web Manager", the web browser management that provides the GUI monitoring and control.

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1.2 System Highlight


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19 rack mountable, 1U height compact size; Multi-services with voice / data and IP over optical link; Guaranty 100Mbps bandwidth through for Ethernet transport; Learning bridge and IEEE 802.1q VLAN supported on the Ethernet switching ports;

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Auto sensed MDI/MDIX Ethernet ports; Two base models of EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-A and EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-B; EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-B provides 4 x E1 and 4 x 10/100BT Ethernet; EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-A provides 4 x E1 and field upgradeable to EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)-B;

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Two expansion slots for various data or voice modules; Data modules include E1, V.35, V.11 and V.24; Voice modules include FXS and FXO; FC or SC interface connector is available for the optical interface; Dual or Single core of fiber is available; Hot swap 1+1 optic link protection is orderable; Standard transmission distance up of 40 Km without regenerator; 2.048Mb/s interface adopts high accuracy digital PLL circuit for clock recover; Order-wire channel for point-to-point voice communication; In-band management channel for remote control and system management; Support standard SNMP v1 / v2 management; Web management and CLI command line control; External NMS-ETH-S management hub supports up to 120 links of EOM-5000-M (MARK-II);

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Internal NMS-ETH-M is available for individual EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) link; Complete local and remote loopback facility for system diagnostic; Audible and visible alarm indication for local or remote unit; Alarm relay is provided for external alarm facility connection; Auto recover fuse for AC and DC over-voltage and over-current protection; Redundancy power supply is supported with AC+DC or DC+DC of the power supply unit.

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1.3 Switching Ethernet Port Features


The EOM5000 (MK-2) fiber multiplexer provides 4 Fast Ethernet non-blocking switching ports, with dedicated address lookup engine, and frame buffer memory. It also support the port based tagged and untagged VLAN configuration. For tagged VLAN port assignment that can be taken over the fiber link. It is freely to assign the local or remote ports with same VLAN number to form a separate Ethernet segment across the network. The physical Ethernet port is supporting auto sensed MDI / MDIX, that provides a simple connection with any kind of straight through or cross-over Ethernet cable. The speed rate and operation mode can be user defined or auto sensing the 10 or 100Mbps and full/half duplex working mode.

Remark: The tagged VLAN is used for higher security of IP traffic; the Q-in-Q VLAN tunneling is NOT supported by the current version.

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2 User Guide
2.1 Front Panel Description
Front panel of the EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) provide control dip switches, LED display, CALL button for order-wire, order-wire interface connector.

S8

S6

S4

S2

E -3

MO

PW

RM

RX

RX

LO

LO

LO

LO

RX

EOM5000 - M Mark -

L/H

RX

SW1

SW2

M /S

E -6

SS

TX

LO

LO

LO

Figure 2.1 EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) Front Panel View

2.1.1

LED Indicators

There have total 24 LED in front panel indicators for power, optical interface and E1 channels status monitoring. Some of the LED will not function, that according to different model offered. Status ON PWR SOL/H RMA M/S MOL SSL E-3 E-6 LOS1 LOS2 LOS3 LOS4 LOS5 LOS6 LOS7 LOS8 TX5 TX6 Green Yellow Yellow Yellow Red Red Yellow Yellow Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Yellow Yellow
Power connected Secondary optic link loss Remote alarm detected Secondary optic link active Primary optic link loss System signal loss Error rate exceed 10-3 Error rate exceed 10-6 Channel 1 signal loss Channel 2 signal loss Channel 3 signal loss Channel 4 signal loss Channel 5 signal loss Channel 6 signal loss Channel 7 signal loss Channel 8 signal loss Order-wire calling Transmit Data on Channel5 Transmit Data on Channel6

LED

Color

SO

LO

TX

TX

TX

CONTROL SWITCH

HANDSET CALL

S1

S7

S5

S3

Flash

OFF
Power disconnected Secondary optic link normal No remote alarm Primary optic link active Primary optic link normal System working normal No error received No error received Channel 1 work normal Channel 2 work normal Channel 3 work normal Channel 4 work normal Channel 5 work normal Channel 6 work normal Channel 7 work normal Channel 8 work normal

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TX7 TX8 RX5 RX6 RX7 RX8

Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow

Transmit Data on Channel7 Transmit Data on Channel8 Receive Data on Channel5 Receive Data on Channel6 Receive Data on Channel7 Receive Data on Channel8

Table 2.1.a LED Indicators Remark: TX5-TX8 and RX5-RX8 only be used when insert V.35 module There have total 8 LED in rear panel indicators for Ethernet link. Indicator Description ON Yellow 1 Yellow 2 Yellow 3 Yellow 4 Green 1 Green 2 Green 3 Green 4
1st Ethernet speed 2nd Ethernet speed 3rd Ethernet speed 4th Ethernet speed 1st Ethernet link 2nd Ethernet link 3rd Ethernet link 4th Ethernet link 100 Mbps 100 Mbps 100 Mbps 100 Mbps Link active Link active Link active Link active 10 Mbps 10 Mbps 10 Mbps 10 Mbps Link idle Link idle Link idle Link idle

Status OFF

Table 2.1.b LED Indicators

2.1.2

Dip Switches

Two set of 8 position dip switches "SW1" and "SW2" located on the front panel, are used for system control, diagnostic control and address setting. Position ON (UP)
SW1-1 (LOOPS) SW1-2 (LOOPEN) SW1-3 (GLBK) SW1-4 ~ 7 (LOOP4-0) Loopback location Local unit

Dip Switch

Description

OFF (DOWN)
Remote unit

Loopback enable

Loopback activated Loopback on aggregate link Refer to table 2.3

Loopback deactivated Loopback on individual tributary channel

Global loopback Tributary channel loopback

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SW1-8 (MASK) SW2-1 (MUTE) SW2-2 (OPSH) SW2-3 (S/H) SW2-4 (LOA/RMA) SW2-5 ~ 8 (ADDR)

Alarm masked

Unused tributary channel alarm masked Audible sound mute Auto switch and stays on. Switch back will not occur. Management software control Panel indicate remote unit status Refer to table 2.4

Report tributary channel alarm Audible alert when alarm detected Auto switch but force back to Primary Link when active Hardware control by dip switches Panel indicate local unit status

Sound buzzer mute Optic link select ** (for 1+1 protection optic link only) Software or hardware control Local or remote indication Unit address for network management

Table 2.2 Control Dip Switch

2.1.3

Loopback Control

The loopback control is accomplished with the combination of dip switch setting. "SW1-3" defines the loopback position on the aggregate link or individual E1 channel. "SW1-1" defines the loopback location on local or remote unit, and then "SW1-2" is used to activate or deactivate the loopback function. Once the tributary E1 channel loopback is required ("SW1-3" set "OFF"), "SW1-4 ~ 7" defines which channel is in-looped. Switch Position SW1-4 Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 6 Channel 7 Channel 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SW1-5 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 SW1-6 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 SW1-7 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0

Tributary channel in loopback

** "1" Down; "0" Up Table 2.3 Tributary Channel Loopback

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2.1.4

Optical Protection Switch Mode (Optional)

When 1+1 optical link module is equipped, the "SW2-2" is used to define the switching mode of the APS.
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Force Mode ("SW2-2" "OFF") The Primary Optic Link is set with higher priority and forced to be used. When Primary Link fails, the APS will function and switch to Secondary Link as usual. But it will switch back automatically once the Primary Link is resumed.

Auto Mode ("SW2-2" "ON") When optical signal loss detected on either Primary or Secondary Optic Link, switch over is occurred automatically and stay on. Fall back will not action even the faulty optic link is back to normal. Such action is used to maintain the system stability and prevent interruption of intermittent link fault.

2.1.5

Device Address

When multiple units are controlled via the RS485 management port located on the rear panel, each unit must be assigned with an unique address to avoid command conflict. The device address is defined by "SW2-5 ~ 8", and using the binary coding address scheme. "SW2-5" is the MSB and "SW2-8" is the LSB. Device Address Invalid 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Switch Position SW2-5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SW2-6 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 SW2-7 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 SW2-8 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

** "1" Down; "0" Up Table 2.4 Device Addressing

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2.1.6

Button Switch

Push button located on the front panel is used for order-wire point-to-point voice service application. Button Position
UP

Function
OFF

Description
Order-wire idle.

CALL
DOWN ON

Order-wire calling, sound buzzer will be activated on remote unit. This 'CALL' button should be "DOWN" on both sides during voice communication.

Table 2.5 Press Buttons

2.1.7

Handset Connector

RJ10 for order-wire voice connection, normal 4-wires handset can be used. Pin
1 2 3 4

Description
Earphone (+) Earphone (-) Microphone (+) Microphone (-)

RJ10 Socket

Table 2.6 RJ10 Handset Socket Pin Assignment

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2.2

Rear Panel Description


Rear panel of the EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) provide power supply connectors, fiber port connector, tributary E1 connector, RS485 console control port connector and 4 ports Ethernet connector.
ON DC - 48V 4 3 E1/ 120 ohm 2

1 ETH 1 3 2 4

ALARM PRIMARY

RS 485 SECONDARY

OFF

TX

RX

TX

RX

ON DC - 48V

E1(G.703)PORT 8/6 7/5

E1(G.703)PORT 8/6 7/5

E1/ 120 ohm 2

1 ETH 1 3 2 4

ALARM PRIMARY

RS 485 SECONDARY

OFF

TX

RX

TX

RX

Figure 2.2 EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) Rear Panel


Remark: When old EOM-5000 is worked together with the new EOM-5000-M (MARK-II),

the E1 port numbering is not exactly the same on both sides. The EOM-5000-M (MARK-II)s E1 PORT 1, 2, 3, 4 is corresponding to EOM-5000s E1 PORT 8, 7, 6, 5.

2.2.1

Power Interface

The unit will be equipped with 48V DC power supply. Universal 24V DC supply is also available for order. To increase the availability, an auto recover fuse is also equipped for over-voltage and over-current protection.

2.2.2

Fiber Interface

Standard FC/PC is used for the dual core optical cable connection. The "IN" / "OUT" terminals are labeled on the rear panel for easy reference. For the single core fiber (built-in WDM); distance reach extension, or other types of optical connector (ST or SC), all are available to order, please contact the Aisai's sales representative for more details.

2.2.3

E1 Interface

On the base unit, the E1 interfaces are equipped with 8 BNC connectors, when 75 ohm E1 interface is ordered. The channel IN and OUT is printed

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When 120 ohm interface is selected, the 120 ohms balanced mode interface will be equipped with RJ48 (RJ45) connectors. Channel numbering and "IN" / "OUT" terminal are labeled on the rear panel for easy reference. Pin
1 2 3 4 5

Description
Rx (+) / INPUT Rx (-) / INPUT Rx GND Tx (+) / OUTPUT Tx (-) / OUTPUT Tx GND NA NA

RJ45 Socket

6 7 8

Table 2.7 120 ohms E1 Interface RJ48 Connector Pin Assignment

2.2.4

RS485 Interface

RS485 interface is equipped with a DB9-F connector. The RS485 is used for NMS daisy chain port.

PIN#
Definition

1
--

2
T-

3
R+

4
--

5
--

6
T+

7
R-

8
--

9
--

Table 2.8 RS485 / DB25 Pin Assignment

2.2.5

Ethernet Interface

Ethernet interface is equipped with a RJ45 connector. The interface is auto matching MDI or MDIX. So, user can use straight cable or cross over cable for any hub or PC LAN card connection. PIN#
Definition

1
TXD+

2
TXD-

3
RXD+

4
--

5
--

6
RXD-

7
--

8
--

9
--

Table 2.9 LAN / RJ45 Pin Assignment

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3 System Installation and Maintenance


3.1 Installation
1) The EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) can be mounted at any height of 19 rack or put it on a flat table as a desktop unit. 2) For the DC power supplied unit, check the input (+/-) voltage of power supply with power meter and ensure that is the right supply voltage, then make connection to power supply screw block of the unit. Normally the supply ground connects to the "+" terminal, the DC volt output to the "-" terminal and the protective ground to the "GND" terminal. For the AC power supplied unit, make connect the power cable to the AC supply source and ensure the protective ground is connected. The resistance between the protective ground and the power ground should less than 6 ohm. 3) Switch "ON" the power and 'PWR' indicator should be lit up that indicates the power supply to the unit is working normal. 4) Ensure the fiber optic cables are clean before making connection. Insert the fiber cable and screw on to the "IN" terminal (fiber optic curvature =>50mm) of the optic link connector. The 'MOL' indicator should be distinguished that indicates the optical signal is received if the remote unit have the transmit signal on the fiber. Insert the fiber cable to the "OUT" terminal and the 'MOL' indicator on the remote unit should be 'OFF'. 5) Enable the tributary alarm detection (dip switch of MASK is set to "ON"), make connection of the E1 data cables to the IN1 / OUT1, IN2 / OUT2, IN3 / OUT3, IN4 / OUT4 . IN8 / OUT8 with the external E1 devices. If the 'LOS1', ' LOS2', ' LOS3', ' LOS4' ' LOS8' goes 'OFF' accordingly, that indicates the E1 data send into the fiber multiplexer correctly. 6) Once finish the above procedures, the simple installation is completed and the device should be in normal operation. If management module is used for the device or network management, follows the step 7. 7) Make connection to the console port to the external management hub. Since the console port is using RS485 parallel bus, several devices can be managed. Each device must be assigned with a unique device address by using the dip switches of "ADDR".

3.2 System commissioning


1) Order-wire Phone: When optical link is in good working status, put a telephone handset into the RJ10 socket on the front panel and push the "CALL" button. Remote device should have ringing alert. Push the "CALL" button in remote device and voice communication can be started. Aisai Communication Technology Co., Ltd - P. 11-

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2) Sound alarm condition indicates that any of the following conditions: (a) fiber optic disconnection, 'MOL' lit 'RED'; (b) system sync loss, 'SSL' lit 'RED'; (c) remote site alarm detected; (d) tributary E1 signal loss. 3) Use the dip switch MASK to mask the unused tributary E1 alarm, but it will not affect the monitoring of the system. The buzzer will sound up when new tributary alarm on the existing channel appeared.

3.3 Keynote of Installation


1) Properly laid out fiber optical cable, curvature must be at least 50 mm or more. 2) Carefully checks the values of power voltage, positive and negative whether or not match with rear panel indication. Otherwise, device could be damaged permanently. 3) Keep fiber optic connectors clean. We recommend clean the connectors with alcohol before connection. Otherwise, the transmission margin may be affected and ultimately affect the transmission distance. 4) Improperly fiber optic cable connection should cause transmit signal and receive signal margin lose. Align the fiber cable with the connector carefully.

3.4 Maintenance
1) EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) was adjusted in best working status before shipping, all switch and interface located on both the front and rear panels. No need to open the enclosure for further adjustment. Please dont open it without permit. 2) If device is not working properly, loop back at either one side for fault isolation and troubleshooting.

3.5 Environment and grounding requirement


1) Location should be easy for person entry and device handled. 2) Keep dry, clean and good ventilation. 3) To enhance anti-static electricity and lighting strike, enclosure should be grounding while installation. Rack mount connecting is as following:
GND

Power
FOM-M MK2
GND - 48V GND - 48V

FOM-M MK2

Supply

Rack Mount

Static Proof Floor

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4 Technical Specifications
4.1 Model Variety
EOM-5000-A 4 x E1 + 2 expansion slots EOM-5000-B 4 x E1 + 4 x 10/100BT Switching Hub + 2 expansion slots

4.2 Optical Interface


Line speed Line Coding Optical Physical Interface 150 Mbps CMI FC / PC, SC

Dual Optical Core


Output Power Receiver Sensitivity Link Budget Optical Wavelength > - 6dBm - 36 dBm (BER 10-10) >30dBm 1310 nm (optional 1550 nm)

Single Optical Core


Output Power Receiver Sensitivity Link Budget Multiplexing Technique Optical Wavelength > - 11dBm - 34 dBm (BER 10-10) >23dBm WDM 1310 nm (optional 1550 nm)

4.3 Electrical Interface


Standard E1 Speed Rate Line Code Jitter & Wander Impedance Physical Connector ITU-T G.703 Compliant 2.048Mbit/s 50ppm HDB3 ITU-T G.823 and G.742 Compliant 75 / Unbalanced (or 120 / Balanced) BNC Coaxial / 75 and RJ48 / 120

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4.4 Ethernet Interface


Standard Speed Rate Operation Mode Physical Connector Minimum Frame Size Maximum Frame Size Filtering MAC Address IEEE 802.3 / 802.3u / 802.1q 10 / 100 Mbps auto sense Half / Full duplex auto sense RJ45 64 bytes 1916 bytes 1024

4.5 V.35 Interface


Standard Speed Rate Physical Connector Clocking Mode V.35 2.048Mbit/s 50ppm DB25-F or M34-F Internal, Recovery Clock

4.6 Power Supply


Power Input Power Fluctuation Power Consumption AC 220V or DC - 48V 200VAC ~ 240VAC / - 38 VDC ~ - 72 VDC <10 W

4.7 Circumstance requirement


Working Temperature Storage Temperature Relative Humidity Atmospheric Pressure 5 oC ~ 40 oC - 25 oC ~ +55 oC 95 % 70 ~ 106 kPa

4.8 Physical dimension


Dimension (mm) Weight Rack Mount 440 (W) x 155 (D) x 43.5 (H) 2.5 Kg EIA Standard 19 Rack

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5 A-Terminal Operation Guide


5.1 Introduction
EOM5000 enhance the network management capability, and several ways of control access are provided with and without network management module. When the unit has no management module equipped, console access by using the A-Terminal can be achieved via the RS485 port of every EOM5000 device. Remark: When the built-in management module (NMS-ETH-M) is equipped, the RS485 port of that device becomes a control output port and cannot be used for A-Terminal access (data conflict will appear). The NMS-ETH-M can manage up to 15 x EOM5000 links by using the parallel RS485 bus cable attach to that RS485 control output port associated with an unique device address defined.

5.2 Connection
All EOM5000 product supports console control via the RS485 port equipped on the rear panel of the unit. The RS485 port is a parallel bus structure, so maximum of 15 links of EOM5000 can be daisy chained for just only one single console access. The unit connected with the RS485 bus should assign an unique bus address. Please refer to the User Guide for device address setting.

Figure 5.1 Console Connection with FOM-M MK2 Most the PC provides RS232 com port; Aisai will provide a RS232/RS485 Converter with a RS485 Attaching Cable with the EOM5000 equipment. The access software A-Terminal is also provided for the console access.

5.3 RS232 / RS485 Converter


For the RS232/RS485 converter, DB-9M is used for RS-422 (RS-485) interface and DB-9F is used for RS-232 interface. Pin assignment is listed as Table 5.1 and Table 5.2. Aisai Communication Technology Co., Ltd - P. 15-

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Pin
1 2 3 4

RS-422
TxN TxP RxP RxN

Description
Transmit Negative Transmit Positive Receive Positive Receive Negative

Table 5.1 RS-422 (RS-485) Interface Pin Assignment

Pin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

RS-232C
DCD TD RD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS NC

Description
Data Carrier Detect Transmit Data Receive Data Data Terminal Ready Ground Data Set Ready Request To Send Clear To Send No Connect

Table 5.2 RS-232C Interface Pin Assignment

5.4 RS485 Attaching Cable


RS485 Attached Cable is used for point-to-point connection of RS232/RS485 converter to the EOM5000 RS485 console port as shown on diagram 5.2 and pin assignment is listed as table 5.3.

Figure 5.2 Point-to-point Attach

Converter RS485 Pin 1 2 3 4

FOM-M RS485 Pin

2 1 4 3

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For the daisy chain several EOM5000, special attaching cable is needed and the cable is not supplied mandatory. As the RS485 parallel bus communication distance reach can be extended up to 100 meters. It is recommended to add a terminator resistor (120 ohm, 1/4 W) over the transmit bus at the end device when distance reach more than 10 meters or above.

Figure 5.3 Daisy Chain Attach

5.5 Start the A-Terminal


Click on the Start icon on the lower left corner of the Windows, check on the Programs and select the A-Terminal.exe inside the A-Terminal folder. Once the program is started, the software will check for any device is attached. If device is detected, it will display the operation menu page; otherwise, it will provide some helpful information that help to diagnose the connection problem.

Welcome to use the A-Terminal (V3.2) for console port access Check device, please wait...... $:>devlist -------------------------------------------------------| Address | Type

-------------------------------------------------------| 1 | EOM5000 ,-s,Dual Optical Core

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Commands The A-Terminal provides a simple command operation. Type help or ? will display the commands for the command prompt.
$:>? help : Display the commands list devlist : Display on device list selectdevice : select a device for management

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$:>devlist ---------------------------------------------------------------------| Address | Type

---------------------------------------------------------------------| 15 | EOM5000 ,-s,Dual Optical Core

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selectdevice The command that is used to select a device; which is management control required. A unique device address is used for selection that display on the devlist command.
$:>selectdevice Please enter the dev address, or '0' to return to previous page: 15

Remark: The device address must be unique on one RS485 parallel bus. Duplicated address will cause conflict and control operating is abnormal. Hint: The device address will be read when power up. Any changing of device address is not effective before power reset.

After a device is selected, the main menu page for the managed device is displayed. Main Menu:

[1]: Device information [2]: Panel LED status [3]: Host panel switches status [4]: Sub card status [5]: Diagnostic control [6]: ETHset [0]: Exit Please select:
[1]: Device information

// Display the managed device information. // Display the local and remote device LED status. //Display the hardware dip switch or software setting for
local and remote device

// Display the device sub status. // Issue the loopback command on local or remote
device.

// Ethernet setting. //Quit the software.

On main menu page, select 1 to display the managed device info.


Please select:1 Device serial number: 3 Device address : 14 Device type : EOM5000-B Device description : Standalone unit (MK-II)

[2]:

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EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) User Guide [1]: Local panel status [2]: Remote panel status [3]: Host soft switches status [4]: Eth status [0] EXIT Please select: 1

1. Select 1 to display the local panel LED status.

Local panel status -----------------------------------------------------------------| PWR |SOL/H| RMA | M/S | MOL | SSL | E-3 | E-6 | -----------------------------------------------------------------| * | | | | * | | | |

-----------------------------------------------------------------|LOS8 |LOS7 |LOS6 |LOS5 |LOS4 |LOS3 |LOS2 |LOS1 | -----------------------------------------------------------------| * | * | * | * | * | * | * | * |

------------------------------------------------------------------

Local Port1 Card

Type: 2 x E1(G703)

Local Port2 Card Type: 2 x E1(G703) -----------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off

2. Select 2 to display the remote panel LED status.


Remote panel status -----------------------------------------------------------------| PWR |SOL/H| RMA | M/S | MOL | SSL | E-3 | E-6 | -----------------------------------------------------------------| | | | | | | | |

-----------------------------------------------------------------|LOS8 |LOS7 |LOS6 |LOS5 |LOS4 |LOS3 |LOS2 |LOS1 | -----------------------------------------------------------------| | | | | | | | |

-----------------------------------------------------------------Remote Port1 Card Type: other unknow card Or no card Remote Port2 Card Type: other unknow card Or no card -----------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off

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3. Select 3 to display the software setting status.


Please select:3 Host soft switches status -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|LOOP PORT(S)|OPSH |MASK |GLBK |LOOPEN|LOOPD |MUTE | EOW | |

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Port7 | * | | | | remote| * | * | |

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off Local Port1 Card Type: 2 x E1(G703)

Local Port2 Card Type: 2 x E1(G703)

4. Select 4 to display the Ethernet status.


Please select:4 Port1: Link: AN: Speed: Duplex: Port2: Link: AN: Speed: Duplex: Port3: Link: AN: Speed: Duplex: Port4: Link: AN: Speed: Duplex: Port5: Link: AN: Speed: off disable 10BT off disable 10BT half off disable 10BT half off disable 10BT half off disable 10BT half

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Duplex:

half

[3]: Host panel switches status


[1]: local panel switches status [2]: remote panel switches status [0]: Exit

1. Select 1 to display the local panel switch status.


Please select: 1 Local panel switches status ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|LOOP PORT(S)|OPSH |MASK |GLBK |LOOPEN|LOOPD|MUTE |LOA/RMA| ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Port15 | | | | | | * | | | |

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| control | addr | |

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| hardware | 14 | |

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off

2. Select 2 to display the remote panel switch status.


Please select:2 remote panel switches status ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|LOOPD|LOOPEN|GLBK |LOOP PORT|MASK |MUTE |OPSH | S/H |LOA/RMA| ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | | | Port15 | | * | * | * | * |

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off

[4]: Sub card switches status


[1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [0]: local sub card port 1 local sub card port 2 remote sub card port 1 remote sub card port 2 Exit

Note: If the device has the expansion card, this option is effective. If there has no expansion card, it will display card type is: other unknown card or no card, if the expansion card is E1 card, it will displayed no switch information!
Please select:1 card type is : 2 x E1(G703) [1]: First dev information [2]: Second dev information [0]: Exit Please select:

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[5]:

Diagnostic control
[1]: E1 loop set [2]: dev set [3]: port 1 set [4]: port 2 set [0]: Exit Please select:

1. Select 1 enables you to set the E1 loop back.


[1]:E1 loop set [1]: Loopback position [2]: Loopback enable [3]: Global loopback [4]: Port Loopback [5]: Alarm mask [0]: Exit

2.

Select 2 enables you to set the device alarm sound mask and optical fall back mode.
[2]: dev set [1]: Sound mute [2]: Fall back mode control [0]: Exit[0:exit]:

3.

Select 3 enables you to configure the expansion card.


[3]: port 1 set [1]: first dev set [2]: second dev set [0]: Exit

Please select:1 Dev set Menu: [1]: Clock mode [2]: CRC check [3]: Control mode [4]: Timespace [0]: Exit

V.35 Card Information If the V.35 card inserts in the first expansion slot, this V.35 card information is displayed in the Panel LED status and Sub card status options.
Sub card status Menu: ->[1]: local sub card port 1 ->[2]: local sub card port 2 ->[3]: remote sub card port 1 ->[4]: remote sub card port 2 ->[0]: Exit Please select:1 card type is : 1 x V.35 ->>[1]: First dev information ->>[2]: Second dev information ->>[0]: Exit Please select:1

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state describe: --------------------------------------------------------------| DCD | RX | TX | LOF | AIS | CRC | PTOK| ERR | --------------------------------------------------------------| * | | | | | | * | |

--------------------------------------------------------------RSV:reserved "*"=on "-"=off

switches status: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| S/H | CRC | PCM30/PCM31 | TIMESPACE | CLKMODE | TX | RX | ANA | DIG | PATT | REM | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| s | | pcm31 | 0 | local | | * | | | * | |

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"*"=on "-"=off

V.35 Card Configuration If the V.35 card inserts in the first expansion slot, select [5]: the port 1 to configuration the V.35 card.
Port set Menu: ->>[1]: first dev set ->>[2]: second dev set ->>[0]: Exit

Diagnostic control, and select

Select [1]:

first dev set when a single channel V.35 card inserts in the chassis..

Please select: 1 Dev set Menu: Sub dev is "1XV35" ->>>[1]: Clock mode ->>>[2]: Control mode ->>>[3]: Timspace ->>>[4]: PCM30/PCM31 ->>>[5]: CRC check ->>>[6]: TX clock Phasic ->>>[7]: RX clock Phasic ->>>[8]: DIG test ->>>[9]: ANA test ->>>[10]: PATT test ->>>[11]: REM test ->>>[0]: Exit

Note: When the V.35 card works in external clock, the time slot setting is invalid, the time slot setting will follow the setting on the other side.

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[6]: Ethset
ETHset Menu: [1]: PORT VLANset * [2]: Tag VLANset [3]: Eth control [0]: Exit Please select:1

Note: The * that behinds the VLANset is indicate this VLAN mode is active. 1. Select 1 enables you to configure the port VLAN.
VLANset Menu: [1]: VLAN menbership1: () [2]: VLAN menbership2: () [3]: VLAN menbership3: () [4]: VLAN menbership4: () [5]: VLAN menbership5: () [0]: Exit Please select:2 Please input a new vlan:

It is the default setting and mean didn't use VALN. When VLAN is been used, please select the VLAN group number. Then input the ETH port number. add 5 in the same VLAN., the port 5 is the Uplink port, There take 1,2,3 LAN as an example.
Please select:1 VLANset Menu: [1]: VLAN menbership1: () [2]: VLAN menbership2: () [3]: VLAN menbership3: () [4]: VLAN menbership4: () [5]: VLAN menbership5: () [0]: Exit Please select:1 Please input a new vlan: 1 2 3 5

Note: Between the two ETH ports, it needs a blank, and it should enter the port 5 in the every VLAN group.
Configure Success! Please select:1 VLANset Menu: [1]: VLAN menbership1: (1 2 3 4 5) [2]: VLAN menbership2: () [3]: VLAN menbership3: () [4]: VLAN menbership4: () [5]: VLAN menbership5: () [0]: Exit Please select:

Note: The port VLAN configuration is only effective for local device.

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2. Select 2 enables you to configure the Tag VLAN.


ETHset Menu: [1]: PORT VLANset * [2]: Tag VLANset [3]: Eth control [0]: Exit Please select:2 Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote: ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: ->>[0]: Exit Please select:1 Please input a local tag vlan:1 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote: ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: ->>[0]: Exit Please select:2 Please input a local tag vlan:2 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote: ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: ->>[0]: Exit Please select:3 Please input a local tag vlan:3 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote: ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: ->>[0]: Exit Please select:4 Please input a local tag vlan:4

) ) ) )

(local: (local: (local: (local:

) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: (local: (local:

) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: (local:

) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: 3 (local:

) ) ) )

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EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) User Guide Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote: ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: ->>[0]: Exit Please select:0

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: 3 (local: 4

) ) ) )

The above steps is the local side Tag VLAN configuration, quit the Tag VLAN configuration menu. Enter the below menu:
Main Menu: [1]: Device information [2]: Panel LED status [3]: Host panel switches status [4]: Sub card status [5]: Diagnostic control [6]: ETHset [0]: Exit Please select: 6 ETHset Menu: ->[1]: Port VLANset ->[2]: Tag VLANset ->[3]: Eth control ->[0]: Exit Please select:2

The below steps is configure the remote side Tag VLAN:


Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote:1 ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: 2 ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: 3 ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: 4 ->>[0]: Exit Please select:1 Please input a local tag vlan:1 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote:1 ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: 2 ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: 3 ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: 4 ->>[0]: Exit Please select:2 Please input a local tag vlan:2 Configure success! Please choice: ) ) ) ) (local: (local: (local: (local: ) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: (local: (local:

) ) ) )

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Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote:1 ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: 2 ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: 3 ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: 4 ->>[0]: Exit Please select:3 Please input a local tag vlan:3 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote:1 ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: 2 ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: 3 ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: 4 ->>[0]: Exit Please select:4 Please input a local tag vlan:4 Configure success! Please choice: Tag VLANset Menu: ->>[1]: Tag VLAN menbership1 (remote:1 ->>[2]: Tag VLAN menbership2 (remote: 2 ->>[3]: Tag VLAN menbership3 (remote: 3 ->>[4]: Tag VLAN menbership4 (remote: 4 ->>[0]: Exit Please select:0

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: (local:

) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: 3 (local:

) ) ) )

) ) ) )

(local:1 (local: 2 (local: 3 (local: 4

) ) ) )

The below steps is configuring the remote side Tag VLAN: Select 3 enables you to configure the ETH parameters, it supply ETH speed and circulate mode control.
ETHset Menu: ->[1]: Port VLANset ->[2]: Tag VLANset ->[3]: Eth control ->[0]: Exit Please select:0

Please select:3 Eth Control Menu: [1]: Port1: [2]: Port2: [3]: Port3: [4]: Port4: [5]: Port5: [0]: Exit

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EOM-5000-M (MARK-II) User Guide Please select:1 The selected port: Port1 [1]: Auto-negotiation: [2]: SPEED: [3]: DUPLEX: [0]: Exit Please select:1 Current auto-negotiation is "Able" Auto-negotiation:[1-Disable 0-Able]:1 Configure success!

Note: Auto-negotiation Able means ETH speed and circulate mode is self-adapting.

And it is also support speed and circulate mode control.


Please select:2 Current eth speed is "100BT" Eth speed:[0-10BT 1-100BT]:1 Configure success Please select:3 Current duplex state "Half" Duplex state:[0-Half 1-Full]:0 Configure success

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