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  2. 2. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleV800R308C00Configuration GuideIssue 04Date 2011-04-27HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
  3. 3. Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2011. All rights reserved.No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior writtenconsent of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.Trademarks and Permissions and other Huawei trademarks are trademarks of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respective holders.NoticeThe purchased products, services and features are stipulated by the contract made between Huawei and thecustomer. All or part of the products, services and features described in this document may not be within thepurchase scope or the usage scope. Unless otherwise specified in the contract, all statements, information,and recommendations in this document are provided "AS IS" without warranties, guarantees or representationsof any kind, either express or implied.The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made in thepreparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, andrecommendations in this document do not constitute the warranty of any kind, express or implied.Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.Address: Huawei Industrial Base Bantian, Longgang Shenzhen 518129 Peoples Republic of ChinaWebsite: http://www.huawei.comEmail: support@huawei.comIssue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential i Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  4. 4. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide About This Document About This DocumentIntended Audience This document describes the configuration of important services supported by the MA5612. The description covers the following topics: l Purpose l Networking l Data plan l Prerequisite(s) l Note l Configuration flowchart l Operation procedure l Result This document helps users to know the configuration of important services on the MA5612. This document is intended for: l Installation and commissioning engineers l System maintenance engineers l Data configuration engineersSymbol Conventions The following symbols may be found in this document. They are defined as follows. Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could cause equipment damage, data loss, and performance degradation, or unexpected results.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential iii Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  5. 5. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleAbout This Document Configuration Guide Symbol Description Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save your time. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.Command Conventions Convention Description Boldface The keywords of a command line are in boldface. Italic Command arguments are in italics. [] Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are optional. { x | y | ... } Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. One is selected. [ x | y | ... ] Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets and separated by vertical bars. One or none is selected. { x | y | ... } * Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one or a maximum of all can be selected.GUI Conventions Convention Description Boldface Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are in boldface. For example, click OK. > Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the “>” signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.Update History Updates between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue contains all updates made in previous issues.Updates in Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Based on issue 03 (2010-12-15), the document is updated as follows: The following information is modified:iv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  6. 6. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide About This Document l 1 Deploying Network Devices l 3.5.1 Configuring the Reference Source of the System ClockUpdates in Issue 03 (2010-12-15) Based on issue 02 (2010-10-30), the document is updated as follows: The following information is modified: 3.1.3 Configuring Outband ManagementUpdates in Issue 02 (2010-10-30) Based on issue 01 (2010-08-06), the document is updated as follows: The following information is added: l 2 Checking Before the Configuration l 3.1.2 Configuring Local Management (Through a Service Port) l 3.6 Configuring the System Time l 3.7 Configuring the ACL for Packet Filtering l 3.8 Configuring QoSIssue 01 (2010-08-06) This is the first release.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential v Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  7. 7. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Contents ContentsAbout This Document...................................................................................................................iii1 Deploying Network Devices....................................................................................................1-1 1.1 Introduction to the Network Device Deployment...........................................................................................1-2 1.2 Example of Deploying Network Devices........................................................................................................1-32 Checking Before the Configuration.......................................................................................2-1 2.1 Checking the Software Version.......................................................................................................................2-2 2.2 Checking the Board Status..............................................................................................................................2-23 Basic Configuration...................................................................................................................3-1 3.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal..........................................................................................................3-3 3.1.1 Configuring Management Through a Local Serial Port.........................................................................3-3 3.1.2 Configuring Local Management (Through a Service Port)....................................................................3-9 3.1.3 Configuring Outband Management......................................................................................................3-11 3.1.4 Configuring Inband Management (GPON Upstream).........................................................................3-15 3.1.5 Configuring Inband Management (GE Upstream)...............................................................................3-18 3.2 Configuring the NMS....................................................................................................................................3-22 3.2.1 Configuring the NMS (Based on SNMP V1).......................................................................................3-22 3.2.2 Configuring the NMS (Based on SNMP V2c).....................................................................................3-28 3.2.3 Configuring the NMS (Based on SNMP V3).......................................................................................3-32 3.3 Configuring the Attributes of the Upstream Port..........................................................................................3-37 3.3.1 Configuring the Attributes of the Upstream Ethernet Port..................................................................3-37 3.3.2 Configuring the Attributes of the Upstream PON Port........................................................................3-39 3.4 Configuring a VLAN....................................................................................................................................3-40 3.5 Configuring the System Clock......................................................................................................................3-46 3.5.1 Configuring the Reference Source of the System Clock......................................................................3-46 3.5.1.1 Configuring the Reference Source of the 1588V2 Clock..................................................................3-47 3.5.1.2 Configuring the Line Clock Reference Source.................................................................................3-49 3.5.2 Configuring the Priority of the System Clock......................................................................................3-50 3.6 Configuring the System Time.......................................................................................................................3-51 3.6.1 Configuring the 1588V2-Based Time..................................................................................................3-51 3.6.2 Configuring the NTP Time..................................................................................................................3-53 3.6.2.1 (Optional) Configuring NTP Authentication....................................................................................3-55 3.6.2.2 Configuring the NTP Broadcast Mode..............................................................................................3-56Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential vii Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  8. 8. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleContents Configuration Guide 3.6.2.3 Configuring the NTP Multicast Mode..............................................................................................3-57 3.6.2.4 Configuring the NTP Unicast Server Mode......................................................................................3-59 3.6.2.5 Configuring the NTP Peer Mode......................................................................................................3-61 3.7 Configuring the ACL for Packet Filtering....................................................................................................3-63 3.7.1 Configuring the Basic ACL for Packet Filtering.................................................................................3-65 3.7.2 Configuring the Advanced ACL for Packet Filtering..........................................................................3-66 3.7.3 Configuring the Link Layer ACL for Packet Filtering........................................................................3-67 3.8 Configuring QoS...........................................................................................................................................3-68 3.8.1 Configuring Traffic Management........................................................................................................3-69 3.8.1.1 Configuring Traffic Management Based on Service Port.................................................................3-69 3.8.1.2 Configuring Rate Limitation on an Ethernet Port.............................................................................3-72 3.8.1.3 Configuring User-based Rate Limitation..........................................................................................3-73 3.8.1.4 Configuring Traffic Suppression.......................................................................................................3-74 3.8.2 Configuring Queue Scheduling............................................................................................................3-76 3.8.2.1 Configuring the Queue Scheduling Mode.........................................................................................3-76 3.8.2.2 Configuring the Mapping Between the Queue and the 802.1p Priority............................................3-78 3.8.3 Configuring Early Drop.......................................................................................................................3-79 3.8.4 Configuring Traffic Management Based on ACL Rules......................................................................3-80 3.8.4.1 Controlling the Traffic Matching an ACL Rule................................................................................3-80 3.8.4.2 Adding a Priority Tag to the Traffic Matching an ACL Rule...........................................................3-81 3.8.4.3 Enabling the Statistics Collection of the Traffic Matching an ACL Rule.........................................3-82 3.8.4.4 Enabling the Mirroring of the Traffic Matching an ACL Rule.........................................................3-83 3.9 Configuring Environment Monitoring..........................................................................................................3-83 3.9.1 Configuring Monitoring Through the ESC..........................................................................................3-84 3.9.1.1 Configuring the Monitoring Through the H831VESC.....................................................................3-84 3.9.1.2 Configuring the Monitoring Through the ESCM..............................................................................3-87 3.9.2 Configuring the Monitoring Through the EPS30-4815AF..................................................................3-91 3.9.3 Configuring the Monitoring Through the Fan......................................................................................3-974 Configuring the Ethernet OAM..............................................................................................4-1 4.1 Configuring the Ethernet CFM OAM.............................................................................................................4-2 4.2 Configuring the Ethernet EFM OAM.............................................................................................................4-45 Configuring the Ethernet Access Service..............................................................................5-1 5.1 Configuring a VLAN......................................................................................................................................5-2 5.2 Configuring the Upstream Port.......................................................................................................................5-8 5.3 Creating the Ethernet Access Service Port......................................................................................................5-86 Configuring the Multicast Service (Multicast VLAN Mode)............................................6-1 6.1 Default Settings of the Multicast Service........................................................................................................6-2 6.2 Configuring the Multicast Service on a Single-NE Network..........................................................................6-2 6.2.1 Configuring Global Multicast Parameters..............................................................................................6-4 6.2.2 Configuring the Multicast Program........................................................................................................6-6 6.2.3 Configuring the Multicast User............................................................................................................6-10viii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 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  9. 9. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Contents 6.2.4 (Optional) Configuring the Multicast Bandwidth................................................................................6-13 6.2.5 (Optional) Configuring the Multicast Preview.....................................................................................6-16 6.2.6 (Optional) Configuring the Program Prejoin.......................................................................................6-20 6.2.7 (Optional) Configuring the Multicast Log...........................................................................................6-217 Configuring the Voice Service.................................................................................................7-1 7.1 Configuring the VoIP PSTN Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)............................................................ 7-3 7.1.1 Configuring an MG Interface.................................................................................................................7-7 7.1.1.1 Configuring the Upstream VLAN Interface........................................................................................7-8 7.1.1.2 Configuring the Media and Signaling IP Address Pools.....................................................................7-9 7.1.1.3 Adding an MG Interface...................................................................................................................7-10 7.1.1.4 (Optional) Configuring the Digitmap of an MG Interface................................................................7-12 7.1.1.5 (Optional) Configuring the Software Parameters of an MG Interface..............................................7-14 7.1.1.6 (Optional) Configuring the Ringing Mode of an MG Interface........................................................7-19 7.1.1.7 (Optional) Configuring the TID Format of an MG Interface............................................................7-21 7.1.1.8 Enabling an MG Interface.................................................................................................................7-23 7.1.2 Configuring the VoIP PSTN User........................................................................................................7-24 7.1.2.1 Configuring the PSTN User Data......................................................................................................7-25 7.1.2.2 (Optional) Configuring the System Parameters................................................................................7-28 7.1.2.3 (Optional) Configuring the Overseas Parameters.............................................................................7-29 7.1.2.4 (Optional) Configuring the Local Digitmap......................................................................................7-30 7.1.2.5 (Optional) Configuring the Attributes of a PSTN Port.....................................................................7-33 7.1.2.6 (Optional) Configuring the Attributes of the Ringing Current.........................................................7-34 7.2 Configuring the VoIP PSTN Service (Based on the SIP Protocol)...............................................................7-35 7.2.1 Configuring the SIP Interface..............................................................................................................7-39 7.2.1.1 Configuring the Upstream VLAN Interface......................................................................................7-39 7.2.1.2 Configuring the Media and Signaling IP Address Pools...................................................................7-40 7.2.1.3 Adding an SIP Interface....................................................................................................................7-41 7.2.1.4 (Optional) Configuring the Ringing Mode of the SIP Interface.......................................................7-43 7.2.2 Configuring the VoIP PSTN User........................................................................................................7-45 7.2.2.1 Configuring the PSTN User Data......................................................................................................7-46 7.2.2.2 Configuring the Centrex....................................................................................................................7-48 7.2.2.3 (Optional) Configuring the System Parameters................................................................................7-50 7.2.2.4 (Optional) Configuring the Overseas Parameters.............................................................................7-51 7.2.2.5 (Optional) Configuring the Local Digitmap......................................................................................7-52 7.2.2.6 (Optional) Configuring the Attributes of a PSTN Port.....................................................................7-55 7.2.2.7 (Optional) Configuring the Attributes of the Ringing Current.........................................................7-57 7.3 Configuring the VoIP ISDN PRA Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)..................................................7-58 7.3.1 Configuring an MG Interface...............................................................................................................7-63 7.3.1.1 Configuring the Upstream VLAN Interface......................................................................................7-64 7.3.1.2 Configuring the Media and Signaling IP Address Pools...................................................................7-65 7.3.1.3 Adding an MG Interface...................................................................................................................7-66 7.3.1.4 (Optional) Configuring the Digitmap of an MG 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SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleContents Configuration Guide 7.3.1.5 (Optional) Configuring the Software Parameters of an MG Interface..............................................7-70 7.3.1.6 (Optional) Configuring the Ringing Mode of an MG Interface........................................................7-75 7.3.1.7 (Optional) Configuring the TID Format of an MG Interface............................................................7-77 7.3.1.8 Enabling an MG Interface.................................................................................................................7-79 7.3.2 Configuring the IUA Link....................................................................................................................7-80 7.3.2.1 Adding an IUA Link Set...................................................................................................................7-81 7.3.2.2 Adding an IUA Link.........................................................................................................................7-81 7.3.3 Configuring the VoIP ISDN PRA User...............................................................................................7-82 7.3.3.1 Configuring the Attributes of the E1 Port.........................................................................................7-83 7.3.3.2 Configuring the ISDN PRA User Data.............................................................................................7-84 7.3.3.3 (Optional) Configuring the System Parameters................................................................................7-86 7.3.3.4 (Optional) Configuring the Overseas Parameters.............................................................................7-87 7.4 Configuring the VoIP ISDN PRA Service (Based on the SIP Protocol)......................................................7-88 7.4.1 Configuring the SIP Interface..............................................................................................................7-91 7.4.1.1 Configuring the Upstream VLAN Interface......................................................................................7-92 7.4.1.2 Configuring the Media and Signaling IP Address Pools...................................................................7-93 7.4.1.3 Adding an SIP Interface....................................................................................................................7-94 7.4.1.4 (Optional) Configuring the Ringing Mode of the SIP Interface.......................................................7-96 7.4.2 Configuring the VoIP ISDN PRA User...............................................................................................7-98 7.4.2.1 Configuring the Attributes of the E1 Port.........................................................................................7-98 7.4.2.2 Configuring the ISDN PRA User Data.............................................................................................7-99 7.4.2.3 (Optional) Configuring the System Parameters..............................................................................7-101 7.4.2.4 (Optional) Configuring the Overseas Parameters...........................................................................7-102 7.5 Configuring the FoIP Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)....................................................................7-104 7.6 Configuring the FoIP Service (Based on the SIP Protocol)........................................................................7-106 7.7 Configuring the MoIP Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)...................................................................7-109 7.8 Configuring the MoIP Service (Based on the SIP Protocol).......................................................................7-111 7.9 Configuring the Security and Reliability of the Voice Service...................................................................7-113 7.9.1 Configuring the Device Authentication.............................................................................................7-113 7.9.1.1 Configuring the Device Authentication (Based on the H.248 Protocol).........................................7-114 7.9.1.2 Configuring the Device Authentication (Based on the SIP Protocol).............................................7-115 7.9.2 Configuring the Dual Homing............................................................................................................7-116 7.9.2.1 Configuring the Dual Homing (Based on the H.248 Protocol).......................................................7-117 7.9.2.2 Configuring the Dual Homing (Based on the SIP Protocol)...........................................................7-118 7.9.3 Configuring the Emergency Standalone............................................................................................7-1198 Configuration Examples of the MA5612................................................................................8-1 8.1 Configuration Example of the Ethernet Access Service in the Single-Port for Multi-Service Mode.............8-2 8.2 Configuration Example of the Multicast Service (Multicast VLAN Mode)...................................................8-8 8.2.1 Configuration Example of the Multicast Video Service (Static Configuration Mode)..........................8-8 8.2.2 Configuration Example of the Multicast Video Service (Dynamic Generation Mode).......................8-12 8.3 Configuration Example of the VoIP Service.................................................................................................8-16 8.3.1 Configuration Example of the VoIP PSTN Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)...........................8-16x Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 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  11. 11. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Contents 8.3.2 Configuration Example of the VoIP PSTN Service (Based on the SIP Protocol)...............................8-25 8.3.3 Configuration Example of the VoIP ISDN PRA Service (Based on the H.248 Protocol)...................8-28 8.3.4 Configuration Example of the VoIP ISDN PRA Service (Based on the SIP Protocol).......................8-36 8.4 Configuration Example of the VLAN Stacking Wholesale Service.............................................................8-39 8.4.1 Configuration Example of the VLAN Stacking Wholesale Service....................................................8-40 8.4.2 Configuration Example of the VLAN ID Extension Service...............................................................8-449 Configuration Examples of the FTTx.....................................................................................9-1 9.1 FTTx Network and Product.............................................................................................................................9-2 9.2 FTTx Data Plan (GPON Access)....................................................................................................................9-3 9.3 Configuring the FTTB and FTTC Access Services......................................................................................9-11 9.3.1 Configuring the FTTB and FTTC Internet Access Services (LAN Access)........................................9-12 9.3.2 Configuring the FTTB and FTTC VoIP Services (Based on the H.248 Protocol)..............................9-20 9.3.3 Configuring the FTTB and FTTC VoIP Services (Based on the SIP Protocol)..................................9-30 9.3.4 Configuring the FTTB and FTTC IPTV Multicast Services................................................................9-40 9.4 Configuring the FTTO Service.....................................................................................................................9-49 9.4.1 Configuring the TDM PBX Access Service........................................................................................9-49 9.4.2 Configuring the Enterprise Router Access Service..............................................................................9-51 9.4.3 Configuring the IP PBX Access Service..............................................................................................9-59 9.4.4 Configuring the POTS Access Service of the Enterprise.....................................................................9-60 9.5 Configuring the FTTM Service.....................................................................................................................9-68 9.5.1 Configuring FTTM Clock Synchronization.........................................................................................9-69 9.5.1.1 Overview of FTTM Clock Synchronization.....................................................................................9-70 9.5.1.2 Configuring BITS Clock Synchronization........................................................................................9-75 9.5.1.3 Configuring E1/STM-1 Line Clock Synchronization.......................................................................9-78 9.5.1.4 Configuring Ethernet Clock Synchronization...................................................................................9-80 9.5.1.5 Configuring 1588V2 Clock Synchronization....................................................................................9-83 9.5.2 Configuring FTTM Network Protection..............................................................................................9-91 9.5.3 Configuring the Native TDM Base station access Service (SDH-based)............................................9-93 9.5.4 Configuring the TDM PWE3 Base station access Service on the OLT (MPLS-based)....................9-101 9.5.5 Configuring the TDM PWE3 Base station access Service on the OLT (IP-based)...........................9-113 9.5.6 Configuring the ETH PWE3 Base station access Service on the OLT..............................................9-125 9.5.7 Configuring the QinQ Private Line Base station access Service for the OLT...................................9-13610 Configuring the P2P Optical Fiber Access Service..........................................................10-1 10.1 Configuring MDUs Subtended to an OLT..................................................................................................10-2A Acronyms and Abbreviations................................................................................................A-1Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential xi Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  12. 12. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Figures Figures Figure 1-1 Example network of device deployment in the scenario with the NMS............................................1-4 Figure 1-2 Example network of device deployment in the scenario without the NMS.......................................1-5 Figure 3-1 Example network for configuring management through a local serial port.......................................3-3 Figure 3-2 Flowchart for configuring management through a local serial port...................................................3-4 Figure 3-3 Setting up a connection.......................................................................................................................3-5 Figure 3-4 Selecting the serial port ID.................................................................................................................3-5 Figure 3-5 Setting the parameters of the HyperTerminal.....................................................................................3-6 Figure 3-6 HyperTerminal interface.....................................................................................................................3-7 Figure 3-7 Setting the terminal emulation type....................................................................................................3-8 Figure 3-8 Setting the line delay and the character delay....................................................................................3-9 Figure 3-9 Example network for configuring the local maintenance mode through a local maintenance network port......................................................................................................................................................................3-10 Figure 3-10 Starting Telnet................................................................................................................................3-11 Figure 3-11 Example network for configuring outband management over a LAN in the telnet mode.............3-12 Figure 3-12 Example network for configuring outband management over a WAN in the telnet mode............3-13 Figure 3-13 Flowchart for outband management in the telnet mode.................................................................3-14 Figure 3-14 Starting Telnet................................................................................................................................3-15 Figure 3-15 Example network for configuring inband management over a LAN in the GPON upstream mode .............................................................................................................................................................................3-16 Figure 3-16 Example network for configuring inband management over a WAN in the GPON upstream mode .............................................................................................................................................................................3-16 Figure 3-17 Flowchart for configuring inband management in the GPON upstream mode..............................3-17 Figure 3-18 Example network for configuring inband management over a LAN in the telnet mode...............3-18 Figure 3-19 Example network for configuring inband management over a WAN in the telnet mode..............3-19 Figure 3-20 Flowchart for configuring inband management in the telnet mode................................................3-20 Figure 3-21 Starting Telnet................................................................................................................................3-21 Figure 3-22 Inband networking..........................................................................................................................3-23 Figure 3-23 Outband networking.......................................................................................................................3-24 Figure 3-24 Flowchart for configuring the NMS...............................................................................................3-24 Figure 3-25 NTP broadcast mode......................................................................................................................3-56 Figure 3-26 NTP multicast mode.......................................................................................................................3-58 Figure 3-27 NTP client/server mode..................................................................................................................3-60 Figure 3-28 NTP peer mode...............................................................................................................................3-62 Figure 4-1 Example network of the Ethernet CFM OAM function.....................................................................4-2Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential xiii Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  13. 13. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleFigures Configuration Guide Figure 4-2 Example network of the Ethernet EFM OAM function.....................................................................4-5 Figure 8-1 Example network of the Ethernet access service (PON upstream)....................................................8-3 Figure 8-2 Example network of the Ethernet access service (GE upstream).......................................................8-4 Figure 8-3 Flowchart for configuring the Ethernet access service on the MA5612............................................8-5 Figure 8-4 Example network of the multicast service..........................................................................................8-9 Figure 8-5 Example network of the multicast service........................................................................................8-13 Figure 8-6 Example network of the VoIP service based on the H.248 protocol................................................8-17 Figure 8-7 Example network of the VoIP PSTN service based on the SIP protocol.........................................8-25 Figure 8-8 Example network for configuring the H.248-based VoIP ISDN PRA service.................................8-29 Figure 8-9 Example network of the VoIP ISDN PRA service when the SIP protocol is used..........................8-37 Figure 8-10 Example network for configuring the VLAN stacking wholesale service.....................................8-41 Figure 8-11 Example network for configuring the VLAN ID extension...........................................................8-45 Figure 9-1 Example network of full access services in the FTTx scenario..........................................................9-2 Figure 9-2 Example network of the multiple service in FTTB and FTTC service............................................ 9-11 Figure 9-3 Example network of the TDM PBX access service..........................................................................9-50 Figure 9-4 Example network of the enterprise router access service.................................................................9-51 Figure 9-5 Example network of the IP PBX access service...............................................................................9-59 Figure 9-6 Example network of the POTS access service of the enterprise...................................................... 9-61 Figure 9-7 Clock synchronization solution in an FTTM network......................................................................9-71 Figure 9-8 BITS clock synchronization............................................................................................................. 9-75 Figure 9-9 E1/STM-1 line clock synchronization..............................................................................................9-78 Figure 9-10 Ethernet clock synchronization.......................................................................................................9-81 Figure 9-11 1588V2 time injection....................................................................................................................9-84 Figure 9-12 E2E 1588V2................................................................................................................................... 9-84 Figure 9-13 FTTM network protection..............................................................................................................9-92 Figure 9-14 Native TDM base station access service........................................................................................ 9-94 Figure 9-15 Example network of the TDM PWE3 base station access service on the OLT (MPLS-based) ...........................................................................................................................................................................9-102 Figure 9-16 Example network of the TDM PWE3 base station access service on the OLT (IP-based)..........9-114 Figure 9-17 Example network of the ETH PWE3 base station access service on the OLT.............................9-125 Figure 9-18 Example network of the QinQ private line base station access service.......................................9-137 Figure 10-1 Network of MDUs subtended to an OLT.......................................................................................10-2xiv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  14. 14. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Tables Tables Table 1-1 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario with the NMS..............................1-2 Table 1-2 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario without the NMS.........................1-3 Table 3-1 Data plan for configuring outband management over a LAN in the telnet mode..............................3-12 Table 3-2 Data plan for configuring outband management over a WAN in the telnet mode.............................3-13 Table 3-3 Data plan for configuring inband management over a LAN in the telnet mode................................3-19 Table 3-4 Data plan for configuring inband management over a WAN in the telnet mode...............................3-19 Table 3-5 Default settings of the attributes of an Ethernet port.........................................................................3-37 Table 3-6 VLAN application and planning........................................................................................................3-41 Table 3-7 Default parameter settings of VLAN.................................................................................................3-41 Table 3-8 VLAN types and application scenarios..............................................................................................3-42 Table 3-9 VLAN attributes and application scenarios.......................................................................................3-43 Table 3-10 Default values of the 1588V2 clock reference source .....................................................................3-47 Table 3-11 Default values of the 1588V2 clock reference source .....................................................................3-51 Table 3-12 Default configuration for NTP.........................................................................................................3-54 Table 3-13 ACL types........................................................................................................................................3-63 Table 3-14 Traffic parameters defined in the IP traffic profiles.........................................................................3-70 Table 3-15 Mapping between the queue weights and the actual queues............................................................3-76 Table 3-16 Mapping between the queue and the 802.1p priority.......................................................................3-78 Table 3-17 Data plan for configuring the H831VESC.......................................................................................3-85 Table 3-18 Data plan for configuring the ESCM...............................................................................................3-88 Table 3-19 Data plan for configuring the EPS30-4815AF.................................................................................3-92 Table 3-20 Data plan for configuring monitoring through the fan.....................................................................3-98 Table 5-1 VLAN application and planning..........................................................................................................5-2 Table 5-2 Default parameter settings of VLAN...................................................................................................5-3 Table 5-3 VLAN types and application scenarios................................................................................................5-3 Table 5-4 VLAN attributes and application scenarios.........................................................................................5-4 Table 6-1 Default settings of the multicast service..............................................................................................6-2 Table 6-2 Data plan for configuring the multicast service on a standalone MA5612..........................................6-3 Table 7-1 Data plan for configuring the VoIP PSTN service based on the H.248 protocol................................7-4 Table 7-2 Digitmap format in the H.248 protocol..............................................................................................7-12 Table 7-3 Software parameters of an MG interface that supports H.248...........................................................7-14 Table 7-4 Default settings of the attributes of the PSTN user............................................................................7-26 Table 7-5 System parameters supported by the MA5612..................................................................................7-28Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential xv Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  15. 15. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleTables Configuration Guide Table 7-6 Overseas parameters supported by the MA5612................................................................................7-29 Table 7-7 Information about the default local digitmap when the SIP protocol is used....................................7-30 Table 7-8 Local digitmap existing in the system................................................................................................7-31 Table 7-9 Local digitmap existing in the system................................................................................................7-32 Table 7-10 Local digitmap to be added..............................................................................................................7-32 Table 7-11 Data plan for configuring the VoIP service based on the SIP protocol........................................... 7-36 Table 7-12 Default settings of the attributes of the PSTN user..........................................................................7-46 Table 7-13 System parameters supported by the MA5612................................................................................ 7-50 Table 7-14 Overseas parameters supported by the MA5612..............................................................................7-52 Table 7-15 Information about the default local digitmap when the SIP protocol is used..................................7-53 Table 7-16 Local digitmap existing in the system..............................................................................................7-54 Table 7-17 Local digitmap existing in the system..............................................................................................7-54 Table 7-18 Local digitmap to be added..............................................................................................................7-55 Table 7-19 Data plan for configuring the H.248-based VoIP ISDN BRA service.............................................7-59 Table 7-20 Digitmap format in the H.248 protocol............................................................................................7-68 Table 7-21 Software parameters of an MG interface that supports H.248.........................................................7-70 Table 7-22 Default values of the E1 port........................................................................................................... 7-83 Table 7-23 Default settings of the attributes of the ISDN PRA user................................................................. 7-84 Table 7-24 System parameters supported by the MA5612................................................................................ 7-86 Table 7-25 Overseas parameters supported by the MA5612..............................................................................7-87 Table 7-26 Data plan for configuring the VoIP ISDN PRA service when the SIP protocol is used..................7-89 Table 7-27 Default values of the E1 port........................................................................................................... 7-99 Table 7-28 Default settings of the attributes of the ISDN PRA user...............................................................7-100 Table 7-29 System parameters supported by the MA5612..............................................................................7-102 Table 7-30 Overseas parameters supported by the MA5612............................................................................7-103 Table 7-31 Default configuration of the flows of the FoIP service..................................................................7-105 Table 7-32 Items involved in the FoIP service.................................................................................................7-107 Table 7-33 Default configuration of the flows of the FoIP service..................................................................7-107 Table 7-34 Data plan for configuring the authentication parameters (H.248).................................................7-114 Table 7-35 Related operation for configuring the dual homing (H.248)..........................................................7-118 Table 7-36 Related operation for configuring the dual homing.......................................................................7-119 Table 8-1 Data plan for configuring the Ethernet access service.........................................................................8-4 Table 8-2 Data plan for configuring the multicast service...................................................................................8-9 Table 8-3 Data plan for configuring the multicast service.................................................................................8-13 Table 8-4 Data plan for configuring the VoIP service based on the H.248 protocol.........................................8-18 Table 8-5 Data plan for configuring the VoIP PSTN service based on the SIP protocol...................................8-26 Table 8-6 Data plan for configuring the H.248-based VoIP ISDN PRA service...............................................8-30 Table 8-7 Data plan for configuring the VoIP PSTN service when the SIP protocol is used............................8-38 Table 8-8 Data plan for configuring the VLAN stacking wholesale service..................................................... 8-41 Table 8-9 Data plan for configuring the VLAN ID extension............................................................................8-45 Table 9-1 Configuration products for the FTTx solution.....................................................................................9-3 Table 9-2 Data plan for the FTTx GPON access..................................................................................................9-4xvi Huawei Proprietary 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  16. 16. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide Tables Table 9-3 Data plan for configuring the enterprise router access service-OLT side..........................................9-51 Table 9-4 Data plan for configuring the enterprise router access service-ONU side.........................................9-52 Table 9-5 Comparison of clock synchronization solution..................................................................................9-72 Table 9-6 Data plan for configuring the Native TDM base station access service-OLT side............................9-94 Table 9-7 Data plan for configuring the Native TDM base station access service-ONU side...........................9-95 Table 9-8 Data plan for configuring the TDM PWE3 base station access service-OLT side..........................9-102 Table 9-9 Data plan for configuring the TDM PWE3 base station access service-ONU side.........................9-103 Table 9-10 Data plan for configuring the TDM PWE3 base station access service-OLT side........................9-114 Table 9-11 Data plan for configuring the TDM PWE3 base station access service-ONU side.......................9-116 Table 9-12 Data plan for configuring the TDM PWE3 base station access service-OLT side........................9-126 Table 9-13 Data plan for configuring the ETH PWE3 base station access service-ONU side........................9-127 Table 9-14 Data plan for configuring the QinQ private line base station access service-OLT side................9-137 Table 9-15 Data plan for configuring the QinQ private line base station access service-MA5612 side..........9-138 Table 10-1 Data plan..........................................................................................................................................10-2Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential xvii Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  17. 17. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 1 Deploying Network Devices 1 Deploying Network DevicesAbout This Chapter Deploy the ONUs at sites according to network planning so that the NMS, OLT, and ONU can communicate with each other. 1.1 Introduction to the Network Device Deployment This topic describes how to deploy network devices, including optical network unit (ONU) data plan, ONU offline deployment (through the NMS or the CLI of the OLT), ONU installation, and ONU binding. After the deployment, you can remotely configure services for the ONU. 1.2 Example of Deploying Network Devices This topic describes how to deploy network devices in the scenario with or without the NMS.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 1-1 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  18. 18. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module1 Deploying Network Devices Configuration Guide1.1 Introduction to the Network Device Deployment This topic describes how to deploy network devices, including optical network unit (ONU) data plan, ONU offline deployment (through the NMS or the CLI of the OLT), ONU installation, and ONU binding. After the deployment, you can remotely configure services for the ONU. Table 1-1 describes the activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario with the NMS. Table 1-1 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario with the NMS Activities Description ONU data plan Perform the data plan according to the network planning sheet NOTE provided by the NMS. The resource deployment sheet will be The ONU refers to generated finally. MA5612. ONU offline deployment Import the resource deployment sheet through the NMS to implement the predeployment for the ONU. ONU installation The hardware installation engineer draws the ONU from the storehouse and installs it at the destination site. After installing it and confirming that the hardware is fault-free, the hardware installation engineer returns the ONU type, service port information, and ONU SN to the commissioning engineer. ONU binding The IP address and the SN of the ONU are bound through the NMS. Table 1-2 describes the activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario without the NMS. NOTE In the scenario without the NMS, you can add the ONT through the OLT by using one of the following methods: l Method 1: 1. Install the ONU and power on the device normally. 2. Run the port portid ont-auto-find command in the GPON mode to enable the ONU auto- discovery function. 3. The OLT discovers the ONU automatically. 4. Run the ont confirm command to in the GPON mode confirm the automatically discovered ONU. l Method 2: 1. Run the ont add command in the GPON mode to add the ONU on the OLT offline. 2. Install the ONU and power on the device normally. In this topic, method 1 is used for the deployment.1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  19. 19. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 1 Deploying Network Devices Table 1-2 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario without the NMS Activities Description ONU data plan Perform the data plan for the OLT and ONU according to the NOTE actual FTTx service plan and the corresponding OLT version. The ONU refers to MA5612. ONU installation The hardware installation engineer draws the ONU from the storehouse and installs it at the destination site. After installing it and confirming that the hardware is fault-free, the hardware installation engineer returns the ONU type, service port information, and ONU SN to the commissioning engineer. ONU deployment Enable the auto-discovery function on the PON port through the CLI command of the OLT, confirm the automatically discovered ONU, and add the ONU by using the preconfigured profile. Configuration of the You can telnet to the ONU according to the management IP services of the ONU address of the ONU to configure the services for the ONU.1.2 Example of Deploying Network Devices This topic describes how to deploy network devices in the scenario with or without the NMS.Prerequisite l Network devices and lines must be in the normal state. l The control board and the GPON service board of the OLT must be in the normal state.Context When the ONU adopts the GPON upstream transmission, the SN is used for authentication.Scenario with the NMS Figure 1-1 shows an example network of device deployment in the scenario with the NMS.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 1-3 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  20. 20. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module1 Deploying Network Devices Configuration Guide Figure 1-1 Example network of device deployment in the scenario with the NMS NMS client_A NMS NMS client_B MGC Router OLT Splitter Splitter ONU_A ONU_B ONU_C ONU_D The procedure for deploying network devices in the scenario with the NMS is as follows: 1. According to the users FTTx data plan, the commissioning engineer prepares the network planning sheet and obtains the resource deployment sheet. 2. The commissioning engineer imports the resource deployment sheet through the NMS to implement the predeployment for the ONU. 3. The hardware installation engineer draws the ONUs and sends them to the destination sites, and then performs hardware installation, wiring, and power-on operations at the destination sites. 4. The hardware installation engineer checks the running status of the ONU that is installed and powered on. There are two LEDs, namely Link and Auth, on the ONU. l If the Link LED is on, it indicates that the upstream optical path is through. l If the Auth LED is blinking, it indicates that the ONU is registering.1-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  21. 21. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 1 Deploying Network Devices l If the Auth LED is always on, it indicates that the ONU registers successfully. 5. After confirming that the ONU works in the normal state (the Link LED is on and the Auth LED blinks), the hardware installation engineer records the ONU SN and reports the SN to the commissioning engineer. 6. The commissioning engineer maps the ONU SN, the management IP address of the ONU, and the physical position of the ONU, and binds the IP address and the SN of the ONU through the NMS. 7. After being powered on, the ONU registers with the OLT automatically. Then, the OLT sends the management channel parameters of the ONU (management VLAN, IP address, and SNMP parameters) to the ONU and also sends the trap message to the NMS for informing the NMS that an ONU goes online. 8. The commissioning engineer receives the trap indicating that the ONU goes online reported by the OLT on the NMS. After the trap indicating that the ONU goes online is received on the NMS, the ONU management channel is enabled successfully. Then, you can remotely configure services for the ONU through the NMS.Scenario Without the NMS Figure 1-2 shows an example network of device deployment in the scenario without the NMS. Figure 1-2 Example network of device deployment in the scenario without the NMS PC_A MGC Router PC_B OLT Splitter Splitter ONU_A ONU_B ONU_C ONU_DIssue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 1-5 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  22. 22. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module1 Deploying Network Devices Configuration Guide The procedure for deploying network devices in the scenario without the NMS is as follows: 1. According to the users FTTx service plan and the corresponding OLT version, the commissioning engineer performs the data plan for the OLT and ONU. 2. The hardware installation engineer draws the ONUs and sends them to the destination sites, and then performs hardware installation, wiring, and power-on operations at the destination sites. 3. The hardware installation engineer checks the running status of the ONU that is installed and powered on. There are two LEDs, namely Link and Auth, on the ONU. l If the Link LED is on, it indicates that the upstream optical path is through. l If the Auth LED is blinking, it indicates that the ONU is registering. l If the Auth LED is always on, it indicates that the ONU registers successfully. 4. After confirming that the ONU works in the normal state (the Link LED is on and the Auth LED blinks), the hardware installation engineer records the ONU SN and reports the SN to the commissioning engineer. 5. According to the data plan of the OLT and ONU, the commissioning engineer configures data on the OLT. 6. The commissioning engineer enables the auto-discovery function of the OLT for the ONU. 7. The commissioning engineer adds the ONU to the OLT according to the data plan of the OLT and ONU and the SN reported by the hardware installation engineer. 8. The commissioning engineer configures the management IP address of the ONU through the OLT. 9. The commissioning engineer telnets to the ONU according to the management IP address of the ONU to configure the services for the ONU.1-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  23. 23. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 2 Checking Before the Configuration 2 Checking Before the ConfigurationAbout This Chapter Before the service configuration, you need to check the software version and board status of the MA5612 to ensure that the service runs normally after the configuration. 2.1 Checking the Software Version This topic describes how to check whether the current software version meets the deployment requirement. 2.2 Checking the Board Status This topic describes how to check whether the inserted board is the same as the board specified in the data plan, and whether the boards are in the normal state.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 2-1 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  24. 24. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module2 Checking Before the Configuration Configuration Guide2.1 Checking the Software Version This topic describes how to check whether the current software version meets the deployment requirement.Prerequisite You must be logged in to the MA5612. For details about how to log in to the device, see 3.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.Procedure l The procedure of checking the software version through the MA5612 is as follows: 1. In the user mode, run the display language command to check whether the multi- language information supported by the system and the system version meet the deployment requirement. 2. In the user mode, run the display version command to check whether the versions of the host software and patch that is running in the system meet the deployment requirement. l The procedure of checking the software version through the iManager U2000 is as follows: 1. In the Workbench window, double-click . The Main Topology window is displayed. Click . 2. In the Search dialog box, select NE from the Search Type drop-down list and enter the description of the MA5612 to be queried. Then, click Search. 3. In the search result, select the desired MA5612. Click Locate and select Locate to NE Panel from the list. In the Device Detailed Info tab page, verify that the device type and activated patch meet the deployment requirement. ----EndResult l The versions of the host software and patch meet the deployment requirement. l If the versions do not meet the deployment requirement, contact Huawei technical support center to upgrade the host software if necessary. For details about the upgrade, see the MA5612 Upgrade guide.2.2 Checking the Board Status This topic describes how to check whether the inserted board is the same as the board specified in the data plan, and whether the boards are in the normal state.Procedure l The procedure of checking the board status through the MA5612 is as follows: 1. Run the display board command to check whether the board information (including the board types and the slots housing the boards) meets the data plan and whether the boards are in the normal state.2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  25. 25. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 2 Checking Before the Configuration – If all the required boards are inserted correctly and all the boards are in the normal state, the operation ends. – If a required board is not inserted in the device, insert the board and run the board confirm command to confirm the board in the auto-find state. Then, run the display board command to query the status of all the boards. l The procedure of checking the board status through the iManager U2000 is as follows: 1. In the Workbench window, double-click . The Main Topology window is displayed. Click . 2. In the Search dialog box, select Board from the Search Type drop-down list and enter the description of the board to be queried. Then, click Search. 3. In the search result, select the desired board of the MA5612. Click Locate to Board. Then, verity that the board type and slot meet the requirements of the data planning and verify the board status. ----EndResult l The status of all the boards is "Normal" in the result of the query on the MA5612. l All the boards on the MA5612 are in the normal state, represented by , in the result of the query through the iManager U2000.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 2-3 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  26. 26. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 3 Basic Configuration 3 Basic ConfigurationAbout This Chapter This topic describes how to perform the basic configuration, including common configuration, public configuration, and service preconfiguration. These types of configurations do not have definite logic relations between each other. Therefore, you can perform the configuration based on actual requirements. 3.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal This topic describes three modes of managing the MA5612 from the maintenance terminal. 3.2 Configuring the NMS The MA5612 can be interconnected with Huawei iManager U2000 (hereinafter referred to as U2000). Hence, the administrator can maintain and manage the device through the U2000. The MA5612 can be interconnected with the U2000 in inband or outband networking mode. The following part describes how to configure the inband networking and outband networking based on SNMP V1, SNMP V2c, and SNMP V3 respectively. 3.3 Configuring the Attributes of the Upstream Port The MA5612 can be interconnected with the OLT through upstream GPON/GE port. This topic describes how to configure the attributes of upstream GPON/GE port so that the device communicates successfully with the upstream device. 3.4 Configuring a VLAN Configuring VLAN is a prerequisite for configuring a service. Hence, before configuring a service, make sure that the VLAN configuration based on planning is complete. 3.5 Configuring the System Clock This topic describes how to configure the system clock to restrict the clock frequency and phase of each node on a network within the preset tolerance scope. This prevents the deterioration of the TDM service quality caused by inaccurate signal timing at both the transmit and receive ends in the digital transmission system. 3.6 Configuring the System Time This topic describes the features of the IEEE 1588 V2 protocol and NTP protocol and how to configure the 1588 V2 time and NTP time on the MA5612. 3.7 Configuring the ACL for Packet Filtering This topic describes the type, rule, and configuration of the ACL on the MA5612.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 3-1 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  27. 27. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module3 Basic Configuration Configuration Guide 3.8 Configuring QoS This topic describes how to configure quality of service (QoS) on the MA5612. 3.9 Configuring Environment Monitoring This topic provides concepts associated with environment monitoring and describes how to configure environment monitoring on the MA5612.3-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  28. 28. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 3 Basic Configuration3.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal This topic describes three modes of managing the MA5612 from the maintenance terminal. 3.1.1 Configuring Management Through a Local Serial Port This topic describes how to connect the maintenance terminal to the MA5612 through a local serial port, log in to the MA5612, and then manage the MA5612 from the maintenance terminal. 3.1.2 Configuring Local Management (Through a Service Port) This topic describes how to configure an Ethernet access port for local maintenance and management of the device, with the Ethernet port functioning as the local maintenance network port. 3.1.3 Configuring Outband Management This topic describes how to connect the MA5612 to the maintenance terminal through an outband management port, log in to the MA5612, and then manage the MA5612. 3.1.4 Configuring Inband Management (GPON Upstream) This topic describes how to log in to the MA5612 through an OLT from the maintenance terminal to manage the MA5612. 3.1.5 Configuring Inband Management (GE Upstream) This topic describes how to use Telnet to log in to the MA5612 through an upstream port (inband management port) of the MA5612 for inband management.3.1.1 Configuring Management Through a Local Serial Port This topic describes how to connect the maintenance terminal to the MA5612 through a local serial port, log in to the MA5612, and then manage the MA5612 from the maintenance terminal.Networking Figure 3-1 shows an example network for configuring management through a local serial port. Figure 3-1 Example network for configuring management through a local serial port RS-232 serial port cable PC MA5612Configuration Flowchart Figure 3-2 shows the flowchart for configuring management through a local serial port.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 3-3 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  29. 29. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module3 Basic Configuration Configuration Guide Figure 3-2 Flowchart for configuring management through a local serial port Start Connect the serial port cable Start the HyperTerminal Set parameters of the HyperTerminal Set the terminal emulation type Set the line delay and the character delay Log in to the system EndProcedure Step 1 Connect the serial port cable. Use a standard RS-232 serial port cable to connect the serial port of the PC to the CONSOLE port (maintenance serial port) on the control board of the MA5612, as shown in Figure 3-1. Step 2 Start the HyperTerminal. 1. Set up a connection. Choose Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal on the PC. The Connection Description dialog box is displayed. Enter the connection name, as shown in Figure 3-3, and click OK.3-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  30. 30. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 3 Basic Configuration Figure 3-3 Setting up a connection 2. Set the serial port. On the PC that is connected to the MA5612, select the number of the standard character terminal or PC terminal serial port. You can select "COM1" or "COM2". In this example, "COM2" is selected, as shown in Figure 3-4. Click OK. Figure 3-4 Selecting the serial port ID Step 3 Set the communication parameters of the HyperTerminal. Set the parameters in the COM2 Properties dialog box, as shown in Figure 3-5. The parameters are as follows:Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 3-5 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  31. 31. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access Module3 Basic Configuration Configuration Guide l Baud rate: 9600 bit/s l Data bit: 8 l Parity: None l Stop bit: 1 l Flow control: None NOTE l The baud rate of the HyperTerminal must be the same as that of the serial port on the MA5612. By default, the baud rate of the serial port on the MA5612 is 9600 bit/s. l There may be illegible characters in the displayed input information after you log in to the system. This is because the baud rates between the HyperTerminal and the MA5612 are not the same. In this case, set a different baud rate to log in to the system. The system supports the baud rates of 9600 bit/s, 19200 bit/s, 38400 bit/s, 57600 bit/s, and 115200 bit/s. Figure 3-5 Setting the parameters of the HyperTerminal Click OK, and the HyperTerminal interface is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-6.3-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  32. 32. SmartAX MA5612 Multi-service Access ModuleConfiguration Guide 3 Basic Configuration Figure 3-6 HyperTerminal interface Step 4 Set the terminal emulation type. Choose File > Properties on the HyperTerminal interface. In the dialog box that is displayed, click the Settings tab, and set the terminal emulation type to VT100 or Auto detect. Use default values for other parameters. Then, click OK, as shown in Figure 3-7.Issue 04 (2011-04-27) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 3-7 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

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