Oyster 3G AC Operations ManualOY3G_OPM_200   7.0               ip.access Ltd                                 Building 2020...
Revision HistoryVersion Change Summary                                                                   Date          Aut...
Table of Contents      1            Introduction.............................................................................
3.1.4                Carrier Cards and AMCs .................................................................................
4.5.1                IuController............................................................................................
7.2          Automatic Backup ...............................................................................................
10.3.6               Close the Front Panel...................................................................................
1           Introduction            This manual provides operational information on the Oyster 3G AC and associated       ...
2           Oyster 3G AC Hardware Overview            This section provides information about the Oyster 3G AC hardware, w...
• 2 x Carrier Card (ATCA-1200)                   • 2 x Quad Gigabit AMC-7211 (installed in the Carrier Cards)             ...
2.2.1       Chassis Front            Hinged Front Panel            The front panel is hinged on its lower edge to provide ...
The front panel LEDs have the following functions:              Label       Function             Colour           Usage   ...
2.2.2       Air Mover Modules (AMMs)            The AC has four hot swappable AMMs that draw air through the chassis. Thes...
Handle Attachment Points            The handle attachment points are used to attach the AMM extraction handle, which must ...
2.2.4       Chassis Back            Air Vent            The air vent is covered in a wire mesh to prevent contact with the...
2.2.5       Power Entry Modules (PEMs)                                                               Protective Cover Atta...
LEDs            The PEM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC:             Label          Function             Colou...
2.3         ATCA-2210 SCM            Two SCM (Switch and Control Module) cards are pre-installed in slots 7 and 8 of the A...
2.3.1       ATCA-2210 Front Panel                                                Thumbscrew                               ...
The remaining ports are not used. That is, the COM Express USB, SER and ETH, Fabric            and Base XFPs and Base SFPs...
2.4         ATCA-5010 SPM (RTM for ATCA-2210 SCM)            Two SPM (Shelf Peripheral Module) cards are pre-installed in ...
2.4.1       ATCA-5010 Front Panel                                                                                         ...
LEDs            The SCM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC:             Label        Function              Colour...
2.5         ATCA-4300 SBC Card            This is a single blade computer. Six of these provide the core management and ap...
2.5.1       ATCA-4300 Front Panel                                                  Thumbscrew                             ...
The first Ethernet port, labelled ETH A, is only used on the Management Cards for            connection to the management ...
ATCA-4300 Ejector Latches                                                        Ejector                                  ...
2.6         73GB Hard Disk AMC-3202            A 73GB or 147GB SAS enterprise hard drive storage module. This is an AMC th...
This partitioning scheme has the following benefits:                   • The boot partition can be configured to boot the ...
2.7         ATCA-1200 Carrier Card            A Carrier Card has four bays for Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs). Unused AMC...
2.7.1       ATCA-1200 Front Panel                                                      Thumbscrew                         ...
Reset Button            Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC.       ...
ATCA-1200 Ejector Latches                                                        Ejector                                  ...
2.8         iSPAN 3650 AMC for ATM            An iSPAN 3650 AMC provides ATM links to the core network. Each iSPAN 3650 is...
Reset Button            Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC.       ...
2.9         Quad Gigabit Ethernet AMC-7211 for Iu+            An AMC-7211 provides high-speed Ethernet connectivity to the...
LEDs            The AMC-7211 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC:             Label       Function                ...
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  1. 1. Oyster 3G AC Operations ManualOY3G_OPM_200 7.0 ip.access Ltd Building 2020 Cambourne Business Park Cambourne Cambridgeshire CB23 6DW United Kingdom www.ipaccess.com
  2. 2. Revision HistoryVersion Change Summary Date Author1.0 Released for IPA0.6.0 04 Aug 2009 AM42.0 Released for IPA0.6.1 30 Sep 2009 AM43.0 Re-released for IPA0.6.1 19 Oct 2009 AM44.0 Re-released for IPA0.6.1 30 Nov 2009 AM45.0 Re-released for IPA0.6.1, with minor changes from approval comments 02 Feb 2010 AM45.1 First update for IPA1.0, move config info, including XML file reference, to 04 Mar 2010 AM4 separate configuration manual (OY3G_OPM_220)5.2 Updated with review feedback, added application descriptions and some 25 May 2010 AM4 command reference5.3 Added logging information 14 Jul 2010 AM45.4 Additions to applications details, updated hardware replacement procedures 29 Jul 2010 AM45.5 Updated from review feedback 16 Sep 2010 AM45.6 Updated from comments in approval phase 04 Oct 2010 AM45.7 Information on avoiding hpi commands when applications are running 06 Oct 2010 AM46.0 Released for IPA1.0, revision history consolidated 13 Oct 2010 AM46.1 Updated hc command reference for latest IPA1.0, reference to log getter 11 Nov 2010 AM46.2 Remove most h/w replacement and reference new manuals, warnings about 18 Nov 2010 AM4 app-reset, warnings not to do in-service commissioning, additional supporting info on AC operations6.3 Minor changes from review feedback 10 Jan 2010 AM46.4 Some editorial changes 13 Jan 2011 AM47.0 Re-released for IPA1.0 21 Jan 2011 AM4 The information contained in this document is commercially confidential and must not be disclosed to third parties without prior consent.
  3. 3. Table of Contents 1 Introduction............................................................................................ 1 1.1 Related Information............................................................................................ 1 1.1.1 Supporting Manuals ............................................................................................. 1 1.1.2 References ........................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Terminology ....................................................................................................... 1 2 Oyster 3G AC Hardware Overview ....................................................... 2 2.1 Oyster 3G AC Hardware Layout ........................................................................ 2 2.2 12U Oyster 3G AC Chassis ............................................................................... 3 2.2.1 Chassis Front ....................................................................................................... 4 2.2.2 Air Mover Modules (AMMs).................................................................................. 6 2.2.3 Air Filter ................................................................................................................ 7 2.2.4 Chassis Back........................................................................................................ 8 2.2.5 Power Entry Modules (PEMs) .............................................................................. 9 2.3 ATCA-2210 SCM ............................................................................................. 11 2.3.1 ATCA-2210 Front Panel ..................................................................................... 12 2.4 ATCA-5010 SPM (RTM for ATCA-2210 SCM) ................................................ 14 2.4.1 ATCA-5010 Front Panel ..................................................................................... 15 2.5 ATCA-4300 SBC Card ..................................................................................... 17 2.5.1 ATCA-4300 Front Panel ..................................................................................... 18 2.6 73GB Hard Disk AMC-3202............................................................................. 21 2.6.1 Hard Disk Partitioning......................................................................................... 21 2.6.2 AMC-3202 Front Panel....................................................................................... 22 2.7 ATCA-1200 Carrier Card ................................................................................. 23 2.7.1 ATCA-1200 Front Panel ..................................................................................... 24 2.8 iSPAN 3650 AMC for ATM............................................................................... 27 2.8.1 iSPAN 3650 Front Panel .................................................................................... 27 2.8.2 Optical (OC3) SFP ............................................................................................. 28 2.9 Quad Gigabit Ethernet AMC-7211 for Iu+........................................................ 29 2.9.1 AMC-7211 Front Panel....................................................................................... 29 2.9.2 Ethernet SFP...................................................................................................... 30 2.10 Oyster 3G AC Hardware Redundancy Summary ............................................ 31 2.10.1 SBC Redundancy............................................................................................... 31 2.10.2 SCM and SPM Redundancy .............................................................................. 31 2.10.3 Carrier Card Redundancy and Iu and Iu+ Interface Card Redundancy ............. 32 2.10.4 PEM Redundancy .............................................................................................. 33 2.10.5 AMM Redundancy.............................................................................................. 33 3 Oyster 3G AC Operating Basics......................................................... 34 3.1 Oyster 3G AC Startup ...................................................................................... 34 3.1.1 SCMs.................................................................................................................. 34 3.1.2 Management Cards............................................................................................ 34 3.1.3 Stacks Cards and Call Control Cards................................................................. 36Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual ContentsOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page i
  4. 4. 3.1.4 Carrier Cards and AMCs .................................................................................... 36 3.2 AC Interfaces ................................................................................................... 36 3.3 User Accounts on an AC.................................................................................. 38 3.4 Internal AC IP Addresses................................................................................. 38 3.4.1 Main Card IP Addresses .................................................................................... 38 3.4.2 AMC Bay IP Addresses...................................................................................... 39 3.5 General Tips for Working with ACs.................................................................. 40 3.5.1 Mandated Changes Only.................................................................................... 40 3.5.2 AC Memory Usage - No Swap Space ................................................................ 40 3.5.3 Using the AC CLI (debug.sh) ............................................................................. 40 3.5.4 Communicate when Changing the State of an AC............................................. 40 3.6 AC Stop and Start Procedures......................................................................... 41 3.6.1 Determine the Primary Management Card......................................................... 41 3.6.2 Power Down an Oyster 3G AC........................................................................... 42 3.6.3 Command Line Shut Down ................................................................................ 42 3.6.4 Shut Down with the Hot Swap Latch .................................................................. 43 3.6.5 Power Up an Oyster 3G AC ............................................................................... 44 3.6.6 Soft Restarts....................................................................................................... 44 3.7 AC Message Logging....................................................................................... 46 3.7.1 Log File Retention .............................................................................................. 47 3.7.2 Taking Log Files Offline for Analysis .................................................................. 47 3.7.3 Log File Analysis ................................................................................................ 47 4 Oyster 3G AC Applications................................................................. 49 4.1 AC Application Architecture Basics.................................................................. 49 4.1.1 Linux................................................................................................................... 49 4.1.2 Middleware ......................................................................................................... 49 4.1.3 AC Applications .................................................................................................. 50 4.2 AC Application Distribution .............................................................................. 50 4.3 Management Card Applications....................................................................... 51 4.3.1 MgmtModule....................................................................................................... 51 4.3.2 FaultManager ..................................................................................................... 51 4.3.3 AC_DB ............................................................................................................... 51 4.3.4 MgmtProxyIAP ................................................................................................... 52 4.3.5 PlatformManager................................................................................................ 52 4.3.6 IapController....................................................................................................... 52 4.3.7 APController ....................................................................................................... 52 4.3.8 MeasurementController...................................................................................... 52 4.3.9 MgmtProxyATM.................................................................................................. 52 4.3.10 OmcrClient ......................................................................................................... 52 4.4 Stacks Card Applications ................................................................................. 53 4.4.1 SAAL .................................................................................................................. 53 4.4.2 MgmtProxyStacks .............................................................................................. 53 4.4.3 RANAP ............................................................................................................... 53 4.4.4 ALCAP................................................................................................................ 53 4.4.5 Mtp3B_SCCP ..................................................................................................... 53 4.5 Call Control Card Applications ......................................................................... 53Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual ContentsOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page ii
  5. 5. 4.5.1 IuController......................................................................................................... 53 4.5.2 AdmissionControl ............................................................................................... 53 4.5.3 MgmtProxyControl.............................................................................................. 53 4.5.4 UECCC............................................................................................................... 54 4.5.5 TRUM ................................................................................................................. 54 4.5.6 UPProxy ............................................................................................................. 54 4.5.7 UMR ................................................................................................................... 54 4.5.8 Paging ................................................................................................................ 55 4.6 Iu+ Interface Card Applications........................................................................ 55 4.6.1 IapUserPlaneAp ................................................................................................. 55 4.6.2 IapMFAp............................................................................................................. 55 4.6.3 IapMMAp ............................................................................................................ 55 4.7 Middleware Components (OpenClovis) ........................................................... 55 4.7.1 cpm..................................................................................................................... 56 4.7.2 gmsServer .......................................................................................................... 56 4.7.3 nameServer........................................................................................................ 56 4.7.4 logServer ............................................................................................................ 56 4.7.5 ckptServer .......................................................................................................... 56 4.7.6 eventServer ........................................................................................................ 56 4.8 Elevated Availability and Automatic Application Restarts ................................ 57 4.9 Manual Startup of AC Applications .................................................................. 58 5 Oyster 3G AC Commands................................................................... 59 5.1 Management Card Commands........................................................................ 59 5.1.1 AC Configurator.................................................................................................. 59 5.1.2 Health Check...................................................................................................... 59 5.1.3 Log Getter .......................................................................................................... 66 5.1.4 AMC Hardware Configuration Commands ......................................................... 66 5.1.5 Configure the AC Host Name............................................................................. 67 5.1.6 Boot Switching.................................................................................................... 69 5.1.7 Field Mode and Lab Mode Selection.................................................................. 69 5.1.8 Power Sequence Configuration.......................................................................... 70 5.2 SCM Commands.............................................................................................. 71 5.2.1 Resource IDs for HPI Commands ...................................................................... 71 5.2.2 Powercycle with HPI........................................................................................... 71 5.2.3 Extract and Insert with HPI................................................................................. 72 6 Oyster 3G AC Management from the OMC-R.................................... 75 6.1 Oyster 3G AC Information in the OMC-R Client .............................................. 75 6.1.1 Check Key AC Attributes.................................................................................... 75 6.1.2 General Information............................................................................................ 75 6.2 AC Alarms........................................................................................................ 76 6.2.1 Finding and Managing Alarms for an AC ........................................................... 76 6.2.2 Alarm Thresholds ............................................................................................... 77 7 Backup and Restore ............................................................................ 79 7.1 AC Backup Overview ....................................................................................... 79 7.1.1 Backup Scenarios .............................................................................................. 79Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual ContentsOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page iii
  6. 6. 7.2 Automatic Backup ............................................................................................ 80 7.2.1 Enable the Default Automatic Backup................................................................ 80 7.2.2 Modify Automatic Backups ................................................................................. 81 7.2.3 Disable Automatic Backups................................................................................ 82 7.3 Run the Backup Utility...................................................................................... 82 7.4 Backup ............................................................................................................. 83 7.5 Command Line Backup.................................................................................... 84 7.6 Restore ............................................................................................................ 85 7.6.1 Restore From a Backup Archive ........................................................................ 85 7.7 Manage Archives ............................................................................................. 86 7.7.1 Disk Usage by Backup Archives ........................................................................ 86 7.7.2 List Archives ....................................................................................................... 86 7.7.3 Delete a Backup Archive .................................................................................... 87 7.7.4 Copy Archive to a Remote Server...................................................................... 87 7.7.5 Copy Archive From a Remote Server ................................................................ 89 8 General Maintenance........................................................................... 90 8.1 Air Filters.......................................................................................................... 90 8.1.1 Air Filter Cleaning............................................................................................... 90 8.1.2 Replacement Air Filters ..................................................................................... 90 9 Hardware Replacement ....................................................................... 91 9.1 Service Affecting .............................................................................................. 91 9.2 About Hot Swap ............................................................................................... 91 9.2.1 Hot Swap Limitations.......................................................................................... 91 9.3 Platform Manager and Unresponsive Components ......................................... 92 9.4 Safety and Handling Precautions..................................................................... 92 9.4.1 General Precautions........................................................................................... 92 9.4.2 Hardware Module Handling Precautions............................................................ 93 9.4.3 Laser Safety ....................................................................................................... 93 9.5 Detailed Replacement Procedures .................................................................. 93 9.5.1 Manuals with Procedures to Pre-Prepare Replacement Components............... 93 9.5.2 Manuals with Maintenance Window Only Procedures ....................................... 95 9.5.3 Other Replacement Procedures......................................................................... 96 10 Miscellaneous Hardware Replacement Procedures......................... 97 10.1 Component Replacement Requirements......................................................... 97 10.2 Replace the Air Filter ....................................................................................... 97 10.2.1 Remove the Filter ............................................................................................... 97 10.2.2 Install the Replacement Filter............................................................................. 98 10.3 Replace an AMM ............................................................................................. 98 10.3.1 Remotely Hot Swap and Identify the Faulty AMM.............................................. 98 10.3.2 Remove an AMM.............................................................................................. 100 10.3.3 Install a Replacement AMM ............................................................................. 101 10.3.4 Activate the AMM ............................................................................................. 102 10.3.5 Take the AMM Out of Hot Swap....................................................................... 102Oyster 3G AC Operations ManualOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page iv
  7. 7. 10.3.6 Close the Front Panel....................................................................................... 103 10.4 Replace a PEM .............................................................................................. 103 10.4.1 Hot Swap the PEM ........................................................................................... 104 10.4.2 Remove a PEM ................................................................................................ 105 10.4.3 Install the Replacement PEM ........................................................................... 105 10.4.4 Take the PEM Out of Hot Swap ....................................................................... 106 11 CLI Reference..................................................................................... 108 11.1 Access Controller CLI .................................................................................... 109 11.1.1 Start the CLI ..................................................................................................... 109 11.1.2 Navigate the CLI............................................................................................... 109 11.1.3 Exit the CLI....................................................................................................... 111 11.1.4 Component Command Summary..................................................................... 112 11.1.5 Management Card............................................................................................ 113 11.1.6 Stacks Card...................................................................................................... 116 11.1.7 Call Control Card.............................................................................................. 118 11.1.8 Management Proxy .......................................................................................... 128 11.2 iSPAN 3650 CLI............................................................................................. 129 11.2.1 Start the CLI ..................................................................................................... 129 11.2.2 Using the CLI.................................................................................................... 130 11.2.3 Exit the CLI....................................................................................................... 130 11.2.4 ATM Commands .............................................................................................. 130 11.2.5 Ethernet Commands ........................................................................................ 132Oyster 3G AC Operations ManualOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page v
  8. 8. 1 Introduction This manual provides operational information on the Oyster 3G AC and associated procedures. There is also information on AC maintenance and hardware replacement. This manual assumes the Oyster 3G AC has already been installed, with all the required hardware components, as described in [INST_200].1.1 Related Information1.1.1 Supporting Manuals Additional topics on managing and/or configuring an AC are covered by other manuals as follows: • General AC configuration - see [OPM_220] • Using AC Configurator to edit the XML configuration files - see [OPM_205] • AC troubleshooting information - see [TRB_200] • Alarm management in the OMC-R Client - see [OPM_410]1.1.2 References The following references appear in this manual: [GST_200] Oyster 3G AC Product Description (OY3G_GST_200) [INST_200] Oyster 3G AC Installation Manual (OY3G_INST_200) [INST_210] Oyster 3G AC Core Network Integration Manual (OY3G_INST_210) [OPM_205] Oyster 3G AC Configurator Manual (OY3G_OPM_205) [OPM_220] Oyster 3G AC Configuration Manual (OY3G_OPM_220) [OPM_410] 3G OMC-R Client Operations Manual (OY3G_OPM_410) [REF_105] Oyster 3G System Glossary (OY3G_REF_105) [REF_130] Oyster 3G MIB Fault Management (FM) Reference Manual (OY3G_REF_120) [TRB_200] Oyster 3G AC Troubleshooting Manual (OY3G_TRB_200) [21.905] Vocabulary for 3GPP Specifications (3GPP 3G TR 21.905)1.2 Terminology For common Oyster 3G System terminology see [REF_105]. For common 3GPP terminology see [21.905].Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual IntroductionOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 1
  9. 9. 2 Oyster 3G AC Hardware Overview This section provides information about the Oyster 3G AC hardware, with descriptions of the individual cards. Important details about each hardware component are provided, such as which external ports are used for connections, LED locations and LED states. This section assumes the Oyster 3G AC has already been installed, with all the required hardware components, as described in [INST_200]. Note: The information in this section is provided for information only. Instructions for working with the AC are provided in other sections. Also, for general safety and handling precautions, see section 9.4. For additional safety details and also for regulatory information, see [GST_200].2.1 Oyster 3G AC Hardware Layout The following diagram shows the maximum Oyster 3G AC hardware layout in the IPA1.0 system release: Management Stacks Call Control Carrier Card Card Card SCM Card ATCA-4300 ATCA-4300 ATCA-4300 ATCA-2210 ATCA-1200 4 x iSPAN 3650 AMC (ATM) 2 x AMC-7211 (Ethernet) HDD AMC-3202 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 The main hardware components installed in the AC chassis are: • 2 x Management Card (ATCA-4300 with AMC-3202 Hard Disk) • 2 x Stacks Card (ATCA-4300) • 2 x Call Control Card (ATCA-4300) • 2 x SCM (ATCA-2210) • 2 x SCM RTM (ATCA-5010 SPM - fitted to rear of chassis, not shown above)Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 2
  10. 10. • 2 x Carrier Card (ATCA-1200) • 2 x Quad Gigabit AMC-7211 (installed in the Carrier Cards) • 4 x iSPAN 3650 ATM AMC (installed in the Carrier Cards) Note: The minimum configuration, for very reduced traffic models, is two Carrier Cards with a single iSPAN 3650 each. Each Carrier Card will still have one AMC-7211 each to provide hardware redundancy.2.2 12U Oyster 3G AC Chassis The 12U ATCA-6000 chassis is supplied with pre-installed hardware to provide power, cooling, air filtration and platform management. Hence, the pre-installed components are as follows: • AMMs (Air Mover Modules, i.e. fans) • Air Filter • PEMs (Power Entry Modules) • 2 x ATCA-2210 SCM cards with ATCA-5010 RTMs (in slots 7 and 8) • Air management panels for empty slotsOyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 3
  11. 11. 2.2.1 Chassis Front Hinged Front Panel The front panel is hinged on its lower edge to provide access to the AMMs (fans). The AMMs are described in section 2.2.2. The panel is opened using the latches at each end of the panel: The LCD panel can show status information about the AC chassis. Do not use the messages on this panel to diagnose the health of the AC. Use the OMC-R Client instead.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 4
  12. 12. The front panel LEDs have the following functions: Label Function Colour Usage Critical Critical alarm Red On to indicate a critical alarm condition, or off condition if there is no critical alarm condition. Major Major alarm Amber or red On to indicate a major alarm condition, or off if condition there is no major alarm condition. Minor Minor alarm Amber On to indicate a minor alarm condition, or off if condition there is no minor alarm condition. Power Adequate power Green This is on for normal operation, when the AC indication has adequate power. If this is off when the AC is running, this indicates the AC does not have adequate power. When there is a chassis alarm condition, the relevant alarm LED will illuminate and the audible alarm will beep. Press the ALARM ACK button to acknowledge any current alarms and the audible alarm will stop beeping. Note: As a general rule, an AC will be managed remotely. If an alarm is raised directly by the chassis that is service affecting, it is likely that there will be alarm indication in the OMC-R or a change in service status of the AC. ATCA Slots • There are 14 vertical slots for ATCA cards. • A standard AC has cards in the first ten slots. • Slots 7 and 8 in the centre are the two hub slots. The hub slots are reserved for SCMs. • Any empty slots must have non-functional airflow management panels installed. These panels block air flow through empty slots, so that only occupied slots are cooled. They also ensure that dust does not enter the AC. Air Intake The air intake must not be obscured or blocked. The air filter is accessed via the air intake. The air filter is described in section 2.2.3.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 5
  13. 13. 2.2.2 Air Mover Modules (AMMs) The AC has four hot swappable AMMs that draw air through the chassis. These fans provide a high rate of air flow, which is variable to ensure the AC maintains a suitable operating temperature. The AMMs are accessed via the hinged front panel on the front of the AC. AMM Front Panel Hot Swap LED OOS LED Handle Attachment Points Finger Holes Hot Swap Toggle Switch Hot Swap Toggle Switch Use the hot swap toggle switch to switch an AMM between the operational and hot swap states. The switch is set to the left, in the closed position, for normal operation. Move the switch to the right, to the open position, to put the AMM into the hot swap state prior to removal from the chassis (the impeller must be allowed to stop before extraction - this can take up to 5 minutes). Unlike the hot swap latches or handles on other hardware components, the state of this switch does not lock or unlock the AMM from the chassis. LEDs The AMM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. OOS Out of Service Red Not used.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 6
  14. 14. Handle Attachment Points The handle attachment points are used to attach the AMM extraction handle, which must be used for the AMMs in the lower AMM slots. Only three of the screw holes are used to attach the handle, as the handle is designed to rotate slightly to allow the handle to lock the AMM into the chassis. This is not needed for the upper AMMs as they are locked in place when the front panel is closed. Finger Holes The finger holes are used for AMM extraction from the upper AMM slots in the chassis.2.2.3 Air Filter AMMs (Fans) Air Out Chassis Chassis Front Back Air In Filter The air filter is behind the air intake at the front of the chassis. The filter consists of a metal frame containing a polyurethane foam filter.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 7
  15. 15. 2.2.4 Chassis Back Air Vent The air vent is covered in a wire mesh to prevent contact with the high speed impellers in the AMMs. The AMMs are described in section 2.2.2. RTM Slots • There are 14 vertical slots for RTM (Rear Transmission Module) cards. • A standard AC only has cards in the two hub slots in the centre, slots 7 and 8. These are occupied by the SCM RTMs, which are ATCA-5010 SPM cards. • The empty slots must have non-functional airflow management panels installed. These panels block air flow through empty slots, so that only occupied slots are cooled. They also ensure that dust does not enter the AC. Frame Ground Connection Studs To ensure high reliability, a frame-ground cable must connect the frame ground to an external high-quality ground connection. The three studs permit the use of two-hole lugs (for anti-rotation) grounding connection to the platform frame.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 8
  16. 16. 2.2.5 Power Entry Modules (PEMs) Protective Cover Attachment Screws -(POWER) Operating Voltage -40.5VDC to -72VDC Maximum Current 90A Torque nuts to 7.12Nm (63 lbf.in) Max. +(RETURN) OFF ON Closed Open Reverse Present Power Power OOS H/S Handle Power Switch Power Connectors LEDs Hot Swap (Circuit Breaker) Switch There are two field-replaceable PEMs installed in the AC chassis, which condition the electrical power supplied to the AC. Each PEM is capable of supplying full power to the chassis. Hence, having two PEMs provides hardware redundancy for the power input. The PEMs have inrush current control, so that inrush current is limited to a safe level to help with uninterrupted AC operation. This also extends to PEM hot swap, so that a PEM can be replaced without causing power fluctuations. The PEMs have input voltage protection, which protects the AC from voltages outside the range of -75V to -36V. The PEM will not operate with out of range voltages, to prevent damage to the AC hardware. Protective Cover Attachment Screws To prevent contact with the power connectors, the PEM is supplied with a protective plastic cover. This must not be removed while live power is supplied to the power connectors. Power Switch/Circuit Breaker This is a 90A circuit breaker that stops the PEM supplying power to the chassis, and will trip to prevent electrical damage to the AC hardware. This will also trip if, for example, the power leads are reversed. Power Connectors These are dual M6 insulated studs. The PEM is designed to operate from –36 V to –75 V and can withstand 100-V transients for at least 100ms, 200-V transients for at least 5µs, and 1500-V fast transients.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 9
  17. 17. LEDs The PEM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. OOS Out of Service Red Not used. Power Power Green On for normal operation. Off for no power or Present input voltage is out of range. Reverse Reverse Power Red Power Hot Swap Switch The hot swap switch toggles the PEM in and out of the hot swap state.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 10
  18. 18. 2.3 ATCA-2210 SCM Two SCM (Switch and Control Module) cards are pre-installed in slots 7 and 8 of the AC chassis. These each have an ATCA-5010 RTM (Rear Transmission Module), fitted to the corresponding slots in the rear of the chassis. Note: The SCMs are the only cards in the Oyster 3G AC that also have RTMs. The main functions provided by the SCMs are: • Backplane network switching • IPMIOyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 11
  19. 19. 2.3.1 ATCA-2210 Front Panel Thumbscrew ATCA - 2210 COM-E USB COM Express USB Port Ejector Latch COM-E COM Express Serial Port SER LMP Serial Port SER LMP Out Of Service LED OOS COM-E Power LED ETH COM Express Ethernet Port PWR Active LED LMP Ethernet Port LMP ETH ACT LINK XFP 1/1 PORT LINK XFP 1/2 PORT LINK Fabric Ports XFP 1/3 PORT LINK XFP 1/4 PORT FABRIC BASE LINK XFP 1/5 PORT Base Ports LINK PORT SFP 1/6 LINK SFP 1/7 Hot Swap LED PORT H/S LINK PORT SFP 1/8 LINK SFP 1/9 PORT Hot Swap Ejector Latch Reset Button RESET Thumbscrew Thumbscrews The thumbscrews secure the ATCA-2210 card in the chassis. They must be finger tight to ensure an ATCA-2210 cannot be ejected by accident, such as when it becomes necessary to put a card in the hot swap state with the hot swap ejector latch. The thumbscrews must not be over tightened. Ports The LMP Serial Port provides console access to an ATCA-2210. This is used during AC installation for initial commissioning of each SCM. Once installation is complete, permanent terminals connected to the serial port for each SCM are recommended for support purposes. Typically this is achieved with a terminal server. The LMP Ethernet port is also used at installation time, for copying configuration files onto the SCM. This may also be used occasionally in some troubleshooting scenarios, but it is not permanently connected to anything.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 12
  20. 20. The remaining ports are not used. That is, the COM Express USB, SER and ETH, Fabric and Base XFPs and Base SFPs. LEDs The SCM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation ACT Active Amber Steady amber for the Active SCM, flashing occasionally for the Standby SCM H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. Reset Button Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC. Therefore, do not press the reset button. SCM Ejector Latches Hot Swap Ejector Latch Inner Latch - push in fully to unlock Each ATCA-2210 has two ejector latches. Both latches have a push-lock mechanism, using an inner latch that must be pushed in all the way to release the lock. In particular, this prevents accidental hot swap with the lower latch. Only use the upper latch when inserting the card in a slot or removing it from its slot. Do not use the upper latch when the thumbscrews have been tightened. The lower latch can be opened slightly even when the thumbscrews are tightened. Opening the lower latch even slightly will activate hot swap. To open a lower latch, push in the inner latch to release the lock and then open the latch slightly. If the card is not already in the hot swap state, the hot swap LED will start flashing and a shut down command will be sent to the operating system. The LED will turn steady blue once the card has shut down. To close the lower latch, simply push the latch home. The latch will lock in place and, assuming power is applied to chassis, the card will start up. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 13
  21. 21. 2.4 ATCA-5010 SPM (RTM for ATCA-2210 SCM) Two SPM (Shelf Peripheral Module) cards are pre-installed in the AC chassis. These are the RTMs (Rear Transmission Module) fitted to slots 7 and 8 in the rear of the chassis. Some of the additional features provided by the SPMs are: • IPMB bus interfaces, providing communication with the modules in the chassis • Detection of proper air filter installation • Communication with air inlet and PEM temperature sensors • Control of the intelligent AMMsOyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 14
  22. 22. 2.4.1 ATCA-5010 Front Panel Thumbscrew ATCA - 5010 T1/E1 Ejector Latch BITS 1 SSU/ BITS 2 SSU/ SSU/BITS Ports OOS BITS 3 SSU/ Out Of Service LED PWR Power LED BITS 4 SSU/ ACT Application LED LINK SFP 3/1 PORT LINK SFP 3/2 PORT Fabric I/O Ports LINK SFP 3/3 PORT LINK SFP 3/4 PORT FABRIC LINK SFP 3/5 PORT LINK SFP 3/6 PORT Base I/O Ports LINK SFP 3/7 PORT LINK SFP 3/8 PORT TELCO ALARM Telco Alarm Port Hot Swap LED H/S Hot Swap Ejector Latch Thumbscrew Thumbscrews The thumbscrews secure the ATCA-5010 card in the chassis. They must be finger tight to ensure an ATCA-5010 cannot be ejected by accident, such as when it becomes necessary to put a card in the hot swap state with the hot swap ejector latch. The thumbscrews must not be over tightened. Ports The ATCA-5010 ports are not used.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 15
  23. 23. LEDs The SCM LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation ACT Active/Application Amber Steady amber for the Active SPM, flashing occasionally for the Standby SPM H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. ATCA-5010 Ejector Latches Ejector Latch Hot Swap LED Hot Swap Ejector Latch Each ATCA-5010 has two ejector latches. The upper latch is only used when inserting the card in a slot or removing it from its slot. The upper latch cannot be used when the thumbscrews have been tightened. The lower latch has a sliding lock mechanism, to prevent accidental hot swap. This is because the lower latch can be opened slightly even when the thumbscrews are tightened. Opening the latch even slightly will activate hot swap. To open the lower latch, move the sliding lock upwards then open the latch. If the card is not already in the hot swap state, the hot swap LED will start flashing and a shut down command will be sent to the operating system. The LED will turn steady blue once the card has shut down. To close the lower latch, simply push the latch home. The latch will lock in place and, assuming power is applied to chassis, the card will start up. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 16
  24. 24. 2.5 ATCA-4300 SBC Card This is a single blade computer. Six of these provide the core management and application functionality of the Oyster 3G AC. These are designated as: • Management Card 0 • Management Card 1 • Stacks Card 0 • Stacks Card 1 • Call Control Card 0 • Call Control Card 1 Each ATCA-4300 card requires a 4GB Memory Kit (may be pre-fitted).Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 17
  25. 25. 2.5.1 ATCA-4300 Front Panel Thumbscrew RadiSys ATCA-4300 Ejector Latch SER Serial Port Out Of Service LED USB Ports OOS USB 1 USB 0 Power LED PWR Application LED APP Reset Button RESET ETH A Ethernet Ports ETH B AMC Bay 1 Hot Swap LED H/S AMC Bay 2 Hot Swap Ejector Latch Thumbscrew Thumbscrews The thumbscrews secure the ATCA-4300 card in the chassis. They must be finger tight to ensure an ATCA-4300 cannot be ejected by accident, such as when it becomes necessary to put a card in the hot swap state with the hot swap ejector latch. The thumbscrews must not be over tightened. Ports The Serial Port provides console access to an ATCA-4300. This is used during AC installation for BIOS configuration. Once installation is complete, permanent terminals must be connected to the serial port for each Management Card for support purposes. Typically this is achieved with a terminal server. Permanent terminals on the Stacks Cards and Call Control Cards are optional. The USB ports are not generally used. However, they do support many USB storage devices, and this may be convenient in some cases for obtaining diagnostic files and/or backup archives.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 18
  26. 26. The first Ethernet port, labelled ETH A, is only used on the Management Cards for connection to the management network. This is mandatory on both Management Cards, so that the AC can connect to its managing OMC-R and other services on the management network. The ETH-A port is not used on the Stacks Cards and Call Control Cards. The ETH-B port on each ATCA-4300 card is reserved for debug/troubleshooting use. That is, it will only be used occasionally, usually by making a temporary connection to a local "maintenance network", which will often simply be a direct cable connection to a laptop. The Ethernet port labels on the front panel are not related to the port designation in the AC operating system. Within the operating system, eth0 corresponds to ETH A, and eth1 corresponds to ETH B. LEDs The ATCA-4300 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation APP Application specific Amber Not used H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. Reset Button Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC. Therefore, do not press the reset button. AMC Bays Each ATCA-4300 card has two bays for Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs). On each Management Card, AMC Bay 2 is used for the hard disk (AMC-3202). See section 2.6 for details about the hard disk. The AMC bays on the Stacks Cards and Call Control Cards are not used for any additional hardware. Unused AMC bays are occupied by non-functional filler modules.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 19
  27. 27. ATCA-4300 Ejector Latches Ejector Latch Hot Swap LED Hot Swap Ejector Latch Each ATCA-4300 has two ejector latches. The upper latch is only used when inserting the card in a slot or removing it from its slot. The upper latch cannot be used when the thumbscrews have been tightened. The lower latch has a sliding lock mechanism, to prevent accidental hot swap. This is because the lower latch can be opened slightly even when the thumbscrews are tightened. Opening the latch even slightly will activate hot swap. To open the lower latch, move the sliding lock upwards then open the latch. If the card is not already in the hot swap state, the hot swap LED will start flashing and a shut down command will be sent to the operating system. The LED will turn steady blue once the card has shut down. To close the lower latch, simply push the latch home. The latch will lock in place and, assuming power is applied to chassis, the card will start up. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 20
  28. 28. 2.6 73GB Hard Disk AMC-3202 A 73GB or 147GB SAS enterprise hard drive storage module. This is an AMC that is mounted in the first two ATCA-4300 cards (the Management Cards) to provide the operating system and applications across the Oyster 3G AC. Note: The same size hard disks must be used in the Management Cards in an individual AC. This will ensure the partitions are identical on each hard disk, which is important for data synchronisation between the Management Cards.2.6.1 Hard Disk Partitioning The hard disk is partitioned according to the following scheme, which allows the AC to have two independent installations of the AC software: Hard Disk Partition Scheme Partition Notes Boot (/dev/sda1) GRUB boot partition, with default boot priority set to the current installation Root1 (/dev/sda2) Set A of partitions, with one installation of AC software Var1 (/dev/sda5) Home1 (/dev/sda6) Data 1 (/dev/sda9) Root2 (/dev/sda3) Set B of the partitions, can have a different version of AC software installed Var2 (/dev/sda7) Home2 (/dev/sda8) Data 2 (/dev/sda10) The Boot partition contains the boot loader configuration for selecting whether to boot from Root1 or Root2. Root (1 and 2) contains the root file system and /usr, and the AC application code for all of the cards. Var (1 and 2) contains most of the standard Linux /var directory including /var/run, /var/state and /var/lib. Home (1 and 2) contains log files, temporary files, home directories and downloaded files. Data (1 and 2) contains the AC database. Changes to this partition on the active Management Card are replicated in real time to the same partition on the standby Management Card.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 21
  29. 29. This partitioning scheme has the following benefits: • The boot partition can be configured to boot the AC from either Root1 or Root2 • There are two groups of partitions, Set A and Set B, which will have one installation of the current AC software, and one installation of the previous software release (in a newly installed AC Set B only contains a copy of the file system installed on Set A, but with minor configuration changes to reflect the use of different device names for each partition) • When upgrading an AC, new software can be installed and configured on the inactive set of partitions in advance of the maintenance window - switching to the new software is then a simple matter of updating the boot partition with the select_boot.sh utility • In the event of difficulty when upgrading the AC software, it is easy to rollback to the previous software release, by simply resetting the boot configuration to start from the relevant Root partition2.6.2 AMC-3202 Front Panel OOS Out Of Service LED Power LED PWR ACT Activity LED RadiSys AMC-3202 H/S Hot Swap LED Module Handle LEDs The AMC-3202 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation ACT Activity Amber Indicates HDD activity, read or write H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. AMC-3202 Module Handle Locked First Position Full Extension (3mm extension (for AMC removal for hot swap) or insertion) Use the module handle to lock an AMC into its Bay, put an AMC into the hot swap state and, when fully extended, remove an AMC from its Bay. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 22
  30. 30. 2.7 ATCA-1200 Carrier Card A Carrier Card has four bays for Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs). Unused AMC bays are occupied by non-functional filler modules. Different AMCs installed in the Carrier Cards provide the AC with ATM connectivity to the core network and Ethernet connectivity for termination of the Iu+ connections with the Oyster 3G APs. In the standard configuration, an AC has two Carrier Cards.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 23
  31. 31. 2.7.1 ATCA-1200 Front Panel Thumbscrew Ejector Latch AMC Bay 1 OOS Out Of Service LED PWR Power LED APP Application LED AMC Bay 2 AMC Bay 3 Reset Reset Button H/S Hot Swap LED AMC Bay 4 Hot Swap Ejector Latch Thumbscrew Thumbscrews The thumbscrews secure the ATCA-1200 card in the chassis. They must be finger tight to ensure an ATCA-1200 cannot be ejected by accident, such as when it becomes necessary to put a card in the hot swap state with the hot swap ejector latch. The thumbscrews must not be over tightened. LEDs The ATCA-1200 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation APP Application specific Amber Not used H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 24
  32. 32. Reset Button Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC. Therefore, do not press the reset button. AMC Bays Each ATCA-1200 card has four bays for Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs). The AMC Bays are occupied as follows: Slot Slot 9 10 iSPAN 3650 OOS OOS (Bay 1) PWR PWR APP APP iSPAN 3650 (Bay 2) AMC Bay 3 - empty (i.e. filler module only) Reset Reset H/S H/S Quad Gigabit Ethernet AMC-7211 (Bay 4) See section 2.8 for details about the iSPAN 3650. See section 2.9 for details about the AMC-7211.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 25
  33. 33. ATCA-1200 Ejector Latches Ejector Latch Hot Swap LED Hot Swap Ejector Latch Each ATCA-1200 has two ejector latches. The upper latch is only used when inserting the card in a slot or removing it from its slot. The upper latch cannot be used when the thumbscrews have been tightened. The lower latch has a sliding lock mechanism, to prevent accidental hot swap. This is because the lower latch can be opened slightly even when the thumbscrews are tightened. Opening the latch even slightly will activate hot swap. To open the lower latch, move the sliding lock upwards then open the latch. If the card is not already in the hot swap state, the hot swap LED will start flashing and a shut down command will be sent to the operating system. The LED will turn steady blue once the card has shut down. To close the lower latch, simply push the latch home. The latch will lock in place and, assuming power is applied to chassis, the card will start up. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 26
  34. 34. 2.8 iSPAN 3650 AMC for ATM An iSPAN 3650 AMC provides ATM links to the core network. Each iSPAN 3650 is mounted in an ATCA-1200 Carrier Card.2.8.1 iSPAN 3650 Front Panel Out Of Service LED Power LED 0 CPU CPU LED 1 Optical SFP Sockets 2 Line LED 3 Hot Swap LED Module Handle Optical SFP Sockets Four sockets for optical SFPs, typically OC3 SFPs. Any pair of sockets can be used for APS 1+1 link protection. LEDs The iSPAN 3650 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Red Not used. PWR Power Green or red Steady green for normal operation 0 to 3 Line Green or red Green when a link is established, red when link is down or not used CPU CPU Amber or green Green for normal operation H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 27
  35. 35. Reset Button Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC. Therefore, do not press the reset button. iSPAN 3650 Module Handle Locked First Position Full Extension (3mm extension (for AMC removal for hot swap) or insertion) Use the module handle to lock an AMC into its Bay, put an AMC into the hot swap state and, when fully extended, remove an AMC from its Bay. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.2.8.2 Optical (OC3) SFP Fit this to the iSPAN 3650 to provide the connection point for optical (OC3 or OC12) cabling. Note: Item may differ from illustration.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 28
  36. 36. 2.9 Quad Gigabit Ethernet AMC-7211 for Iu+ An AMC-7211 provides high-speed Ethernet connectivity to the wide area network (Internet), for termination of the Iu+ interface to Oyster 3G APs. Each AMC-7211 is mounted in an ATCA-1200 Carrier Card. The AMC-7211 can have up to four Ethernet SFPs installed, each of which provides a 1Gb network connection.2.9.1 AMC-7211 Front Panel Out Of Service LED OOS RadiSys PWR Power LED LS Link Status LED SFP1 PS Port Status LED LS Ethernet SFP Sockets SFP2 PS RST Reset Button LS SFP3 PS LS SFP4 PS AMC-7211 Hot Swap LED Module Handle H/S Ethernet SFP Sockets While the AMC-7211 has four sockets for SFPs, typically only one Ethernet SFP will be needed for most traffic models.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 29
  37. 37. LEDs The AMC-7211 LEDs are used as follows by an Oyster 3G AC: Label Function Colour Usage OOS Out of Service Amber or red Not used. PWR Power Green Steady green for normal operation. LS Link Status (one for Amber or green Green for a 1Gbps link, and flashing shows each SFP socket) activity. Off when there is no link or no SFP is installed. PS Port Status (one for Amber or green Steady green for normal operation. Off when each SFP socket there is no link or no SFP is installed. H/S Hot Swap Blue See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation. Reset Button Using the reset button is service affecting and using it is unsupported in an Oyster 3G AC. Therefore, do not press the reset button. AMC-7211 Module Handle Locked First Position Full Extension (3mm extension (for AMC removal for hot swap) or insertion) Use the module handle to lock an AMC into its Bay, put an AMC into the hot swap state and, when fully extended, remove an AMC from its Bay. See section 9.2 for details about hot swap operation.2.9.2 Ethernet SFP Fit this to the AMC-7211 to provide the connection point for Ethernet cabling. Note: Item may differ from illustration.Oyster 3G AC Operations Manual Oyster 3G AC Hardware OverviewOY3G_OPM_200 v7.0 for IPA1.0 © ip.access Limited 2011 Page 30

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