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Alcatel lucent pt telkom turn-up guide v1

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Alcatel lucent pt telkom turn-up guide v1

  1. 1. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 1 of 27 PT Telkom Vectoring Field Trial Method of Procedure Alcatel-Lucent 7356REM ISAM Turn Up Guide Author: Fiona Tay Document: Turn-up Guide Version: 0.1 Status: Draft Last Revised: June 24, 2014
  2. 2. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 2 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 PREFACE.................................................................................................................. 5 2 COMPATIBILITY ..................................................................................................... 5 3 CONVENTIONS ........................................................................................................ 5 4 PRE-CONFIGURA TION STEPS ................................................................................ 6 4.1 CONNECT TO THE 7360FX OLT & 7356REM MDU ISAM VIA CRAFT TERMINAL...........................6 5 OLT BASIC SETUP - INITIA L CONFIGURA TION.................................................... 8 5.1 RESET THE SYSTEM WITH CLEAN DATABASE............................................................................................8 5.2 CONFIGURE UPLINK PORTS........................................................................................................................8 5.3 CONFIGURE MANAGEMENT VLAN.............................................................................................................8 5.4 CONFIGURE SYSTEM IP ADDRESS ............................................................................................................8 5.5 CONFIGURE SYSTEM ID............................................................................................................................9 5.6 CONFIGURE SYSTEM PROMPT...................................................................................................................9 5.7 CONFIGURE SYSTEM LOGIN BANNER.........................................................................................................9 5.8 CONFIGURE SLOT BANDWIDTH ................................................................................................................9 5.9 CONFIGURE SLOT NUMBERING & DHCP OPTION82 FORMAT..............................................................9 5.10 DISABLE PASSWORD AGING & TIMEOUT FOR OPERATOR LOGIN........................................................9 5.11 CONFIGURE THE SNMP COMMUNITIES ............................................................................................ 10 5.12 SAVE THE CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................... 10 5.13 CONFIGURE SNTP............................................................................................................................. 10 5.14 PLAN ALL INSERTED CARDS ............................................................................................................... 10 5.15 ENABLE PON PORTS ......................................................................................................................... 10 5.16 REBOOT 7360FX OLT...................................................................................................................... 11 6 MDU BASIC SETUP - INITIAL CONFIGURA TION ................................................ 12 6.1 RESET THE SYSTEM WITH CLEAN DATABASE......................................................................................... 12 6.2 CONFIGURE UPLINK PORTS..................................................................................................................... 12 6.3 CONFIGURE MANAGEMENT VLAN.......................................................................................................... 12 6.4 CONFIGURE SYSTEM IP ADDRESS ......................................................................................................... 12 6.5 CONFIGURE SYSTEM ID......................................................................................................................... 12 6.6 CONFIGURE SYSTEM PROMPT................................................................................................................ 13 6.7 CONFIGURE SYSTEM LOGIN BANNER...................................................................................................... 13 6.8 CONFIGURE SLOT BANDWIDTH ............................................................................................................. 13 6.9 CONFIGURE SLOT NUMBERING & DHCP OPTION82 FORMAT........................................................... 13 6.10 DISABLE PASSWORD AGING & TIMEOUT FOR OPERATOR LOGIN..................................................... 13
  3. 3. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 3 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 6.11 CONFIGURE THE SNMP COMMUNITIES ............................................................................................ 14 6.12 SAVE THE CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................... 14 6.13 CONFIGURE SNTP............................................................................................................................. 14 6.14 PLAN ALL INSERTED CARDS ............................................................................................................... 14 6.15 REBOOT ISAM ................................................................................................................................... 14 7 OLT SERVICE PROVISIONING - INITIAL CONFIGURA TION.............................. 15 7.1 CREATE UPSTREAM BANDWIDTH PROFILES (DBA)............................................................................. 15 7.2 CREATE DOWNSTREAM SHAPER PROFILES........................................................................................... 15 7.3 CREATE PBIT TO TC MAPPING PROFILES............................................................................................. 15 7.4 CONFIGURE SYSTEM MULTICAST FOR IPTV ........................................................................................ 15 7.5 CREATE VLANS ...................................................................................................................................... 16 8 MDU SERVICE PROVISIONING - INITIA L CONFIGURA TION ............................ 18 8.1 CREATE VECTORING CONTROL ENTITY (VCE) PROFILE AND ASSOCIATE IT TO A BOARD ............... 18 8.2 CREATE XDSL VECTORING PROFILES................................................................................................... 18 8.3 CREATE XDSL SERVICE PROFILES ........................................................................................................ 18 8.4 CREATE XDSL SPECTRUM PROFILES..................................................................................................... 18 8.5 CREATE XDSL RTX PROFILES................................................................................................................ 21 8.6 CONFIGURE SYSTEM MULTICAST FOR IPTV ........................................................................................ 21 8.7 CREATE VLANS ...................................................................................................................................... 22 8.8 CREATE VOIP SERVICE.......................................................................................................................... 22 9 SERVICE PROVISIONING – SAMPLE SERVICE CONFIGURA TION..................... 24 9.1 CREATE SFP ONT INFRASTRUCTURE................................................................................................... 24 9.2 CONFIGURE SFP ONT UNI................................................................................................................... 24 9.3 CREATE HSI SERVICE ON SFP ONT .................................................................................................... 24 9.4 CREATE VOD + MULTICAST SERVICE ON SFP ONT.......................................................................... 24 9.5 CREATE VOIP SERVICE ON SFP ONT .................................................................................................. 24 9.6 CREATE XDSL VECTORED LINE ............................................................................................................. 25 9.7 CREATE HSI SERVICE (RGW) .............................................................................................................. 25 9.8 CREATE VOD + MULTICAST SERVICE.................................................................................................. 25 9.9 CREATE VOIP SERVICE.......................................................................................................................... 25 10 USEFUL SHOW COMMA NDS .............................................................................. 25 10.1 VIEW VECTOR DISTURBERS ON VDSL2 VECTORING LINES............................................................. 25 10.2 VIEW THE XDSL LINE STATUS .......................................................................................................... 25 10.3 SHOW IGMP STATISTICS ................................................................................................................. 26 10.4 SHOW SIP STATISTICS..................................................................................................................... 26
  4. 4. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 4 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 10.5 MIRROR ON OLT ............................................................................................................................... 26 10.6 MIRROR ON MDU.............................................................................................................................. 26 11 DOCUMENT HISTORY........................................................................................ 27
  5. 5. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 5 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 1 Preface This document describes the process of configuring a 7356REM ISAM for use in PT Telkom network for the Vectoring Field Trial. 2 Compatibility This document supports the configuration of the 7356REM ISAM with the following release: ISAM R5.0 or higher 3 Conventions The following conventions are used throughout this document:  Courier New font: denotes to be entered commands, and their output.  The # prompt denotes login as root;  The > prompt denotes login as normal user.  Bold italics Arial font: denotes GUI actions (menu selections or buttons).
  6. 6. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 6 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 4 Pre-configuration steps 4.1 Connect to the 7360FX OLT & 7356REM MDU ISAM via Craft Terminal Connect the PC’s Serial port to the craft port of the 7356REM ISAM (LCMI). The craft port is located on the NRNT-A card. Pin-out of RJ45 connector: Signal Description Pin Type RI_DSR Data-Set-Ready 1 O DCD Data-Carrier-Detect 2 O DTR Data-Terminal-Ready 3 I EG Signal Ground 4 Ref RXD Receive-Data 5 O TXD Transmit-Data 6 I CTS Clear-To-Send 7 O RTS Request-To-Send 8 I Open HyperTerminal (or equivalent) and setup the serial connection with following parameters: As soon as you connect the system will show following prompt: Would you like a CLI(C) or a TL1 login(T) or TL1 normal session(N) ? [N]: Choose ‘C’ to enter the TL1. The factory username and password are:  Username = isadmin  Password = i$@mad-
  7. 7. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 7 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. This password needs to be changed on first logon. Please change it to “ans#150” (without the quotes)
  8. 8. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 8 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 5 OLT Basic Setup - Initial configuration 5.1 Reset the system with clean database Remove any existing configuration. isadmin># admin software-mngt oswp 1 activate clear-db Note: The system will reset and come up with an empty database. Follow step 4.1 to re-connect to the system. 5.2 Configure uplink ports Configure 1 uplink to connect to the network, port 1 on NT in 1GE mode for connection to Metro-E. isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 ethernet speed 1000 isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 ethernet autonegotiate limited isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 no shutdown Note: The ports have a MTU of 2000 Bytes configured by default 5.3 Configure management VLAN Assign the management VLAN to Uplink. isadmin># configure service vpls 82 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 82 create isadmin># configure service vpls 82 description "management vlan" isadmin># configure service vpls 82 nt-a:xfp:1:82 create isadmin># configure service vpls 82 no shutdown Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet 5.4 Configure System IP address Assign the management IP address and routing table. isadmin># configure system management host-ip-address manual:172.27.141.56/26 isadmin># configure system management default-route 172.27.141.1 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: System is now reachable from EMS and the network.
  9. 9. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 9 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 5.5 Configure System ID Configure the system name. isadmin># configure system id 09-TDS-01; Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet 5.6 Configure System Prompt Configure the system prompt to represent the system name and use type based LT numbering. isadmin># configure system security operator isadmin prompt "%s:%n@AR09-TDS-01%d%c" Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: The total length of the prompt string needs to be less or equal than 28 characters. This means the system ID can only be 18 characters. 5.7 Configure system login banner Configure the system CLI login banner isadmin># configure system security login-banner "Access to the ISAM system is for authorized staff only" isadmin># configure system security welcome-banner "Alcatel- Lucent 7360FX OLT" 5.8 Configure Slot Bandwidth Configure the system slot bandwidth between the switching matrix and the Line cards (value is speed between line card and each controller) isadmin># configure system max-lt-link-speed link-speed forty-gb 5.9 Configure Slot Numbering & DHCP Option82 Format Configure the slot numbering format and the DHCP Option82 format isadmin># configure system security profile admin slot-numbering type-based isadmin># configure system port-num-in-proto type-based isadmin># configure system loop-id-syntax efm-based-pon "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port/ONU/OnuSlt/UNI" Note: After setting this slot numbering the operator needs to logout and login again to activate the new setting 5.10 Disable password aging & timeout for operator login Disable the password aging and session time out for operator login
  10. 10. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 10 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># configure system security profile admin password- timeout 0 isadmin># configure system security ssh server-profile idle- timeout 300 5.11 Configure the SNMP communities To allow 5520AMS access, the host-address used is the IP address of the AMS, optionally this can be set to a subnet or 0.0.0.0/0 to allow access to all hosts. isadmin># configure system security snmp community public host- address 10.153.5.65/32 context nt isadmin># configure system security snmp community NETMAN host- address 10.153.5.65/32 context shub Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet 5.12 Save the configuration isadmin># admin software-mngt ihub database save-protected 5.13 Configure SNTP Configure SNTP server for network time synchronization. isadmin># configure system sntp server-ip-addr 10.153.5.65 timezone-offset 420 enable Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: The NTP server IP points to the AMS Server 5.14 Plan all inserted cards Configure all cards in the system isadmin># configure equipment slot nt-a planned-type fant-f unlock isadmin># configure equipment slot lt:1/1/1 planned-type nglt-c unlock 5.15 Enable PON Ports Enable PON in the system. isadmin># configure pon interface 1/1/1/1 admin-state up isadmin># configure qos interface pon:1/1/1/1 ds-num-queue 8
  11. 11. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 11 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 5.16 Reboot 7360FX OLT Reboot 7360FX OLT isadmin># admin equipment reboot-isam without-self-test
  12. 12. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 12 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 6 MDU Basic Setup - Initial configuration 6.1 Reset the system with clean database Remove any existing configuration. isadmin># admin software-mngt oswp 1 activate clear-db Note: The system will reset and come up with an empty database. Follow step 4.1 to re-connect to the system. 6.2 Configure uplink ports Configure 1 uplink to connect to the network, port 1 on NT in 1GE mode for connection to OLT. isadmin># configure interface shub port nt:sfp:1 port-type network mode 1gbps:full admin-status up Note: The ports have a MTU of 2000 Bytes configured by default 6.3 Configure management VLAN Assign the management VLAN to Link Aggregation Group. isadmin># configure system mgnt-vlan-id 82 isadmin># configure system shub entry vlan ext-vlan-id 82 isadmin># configure vlan shub id 82 egress-port nt:sfp:1 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet 6.4 Configure System IP address Assign the management IP address and routing table. isadmin># configure system management host-ip-address manual:127.72.141.57/26 isadmin># configure system management default-route 172.27.141.1 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: System is now reachable from EMS and OLT 6.5 Configure System ID Configure the system name. isadmin># configure system id 09-TDS-01; Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet
  13. 13. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 13 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 6.6 Configure System Prompt Configure the system prompt to represent the system name and use type based LT numbering. isadmin># configure system security operator isadmin prompt "%s:%n@09-TDS-01%d%c" Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: The total length of the prompt string needs to be less or equal than 28 characters. This means the system ID can only be 18 characters. 6.7 Configure system login banner Configure the system CLI login banner isadmin># configure system security login-banner "Access to the ISAM system is for authorized staff only" isadmin># configure system security welcome-banner "Alcatel- Lucent 7356REM MDU" 6.8 Configure Slot Bandwidth Configure the system slot bandwidth between the switching matrix and the Line cards (value is speed between line card and each controller) isadmin># configure system max-lt-link-speed link-speed twodotfive-gb 6.9 Configure Slot Numbering & DHCP Option82 Format Configure the slot numbering format and the DHCP Option82 format isadmin># configure system security profile admin slot-numbering type-based isadmin># configure system port-num-in-proto type-based isadmin># configure system loop-id-syntax efm-based-dsl "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port" Note: After setting this slot numbering the operator needs to logout and login again to activate the new setting 6.10 Disable password aging & timeout for operator login Disable the password aging and session time out for operator login isadmin># configure system security profile admin password- timeout 0 isadmin># configure system security ssh server-profile idle- timeout 300
  14. 14. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 14 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 6.11 Configure the SNMP communities To allow 5520AMS access , the host-address used is the IP address of the AMS, optionally this can be set to a subnet or 0.0.0.0/0 to allow access to all hosts. isadmin># configure system security snmp community public host- address 10.153.5.65/32 context nt isadmin># configure system security snmp community NETMAN host- address 10.153.5.65/32 context shub Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet 6.12 Save the configuration isadmin># admin software-mngt shub database save 6.13 Configure SNTP Configure SNTP server for network time synchronization. isadmin># configure system sntp server-ip-addr 10.153.5.65 timezone-offset 420 enable Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet Note: The NTP server IP points to the AMS Server 6.14 Plan all inserted cards Configure all cards in the system isadmin># configure equipment slot nt-a planned-type nrnt-a unlock isadmin># configure equipment slot lt:1/1/1 planned-type ndlt-c unlock isadmin># configure equipment slot lt:1/1/2 planned-type npot-c unlock 6.15 Reboot ISAM Reboot the 7356REM MDU isadmin># admin equipment reboot-isam without-self-test
  15. 15. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 15 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 7 OLT Service Provisioning - Initial configuration 7.1 Create Upstream Bandwidth Profiles (DBA) Create Bandwidth profiles according to the type of service. These profiles regulate the DBA bandwidth and priority. isadmin># configure qos profiles bandwidth UP_1G committed-info- rate 0 assured-info-rate 10000 excessive-info-rate 1000000 delay-tolerance 8 7.2 Create Downstream Shaper Profiles Create Bandwidth profiles according to the type of service. These profiles are used for rate shaping on Line card isadmin># configure qos profiles shaper DN_1G committed-info- rate 0 committed-burst-size 0 excess-info-rate 1000000 type singletokenbucketgpon 7.3 Create Pbit to TC Mapping Profiles Create PBit to Traffic Class mapping profiles. isadmin># configure qos profiles ingress-qos Default_TC0 dot1- p0-tc 0 dot1-p1-tc 0 dot1-p2-tc 0 dot1-p3-tc 0 dot1-p4-tc 0 dot1-p5-tc 0 dot1-p6-tc 0 dot1-p7-tc 0 isadmin># configure qos profiles ingress-qos Ingress_Default dot1-p0-tc 0 dot1-p1-tc 1 dot1-p2-tc 2 dot1-p3-tc 3 dot1-p4-tc 4 dot1-p5-tc 5 dot1-p6-tc 6 dot1-p7-tc 7 7.4 Configure System Multicast for IPTV Enable Multicast on System Level: isadmin># configure igmp system src-ip-address 10.88.43.222 query-interval 125 start user-igmp-version 2 netw-igmp-version 2 Create Multicast VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan id 110 mode residential-bridge name IPTV new-broadcast enable in-qos-prof-name name:Default_TC0 isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 ethernet autonegotiate limited isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 ethernet speed 1000 isadmin># configure port nt-a:xfp:1 no shutdown isadmin># configure service vpls 110 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 110 create isadmin># configure service vpls 110 description "IPTV" isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap nt-a:xfp:1:110 create
  16. 16. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 16 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap nt-a:xfp:1:110 igmp- snooping mrouter-port isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap lt:1/1/1:110 create isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap lt:1/1/1:110 igmp- snooping version 2 isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap lt:1/1/1:110 igmp- snooping send-queries isadmin># configure service vpls 110 igmp-snooping no shutdown isadmin># configure service vpls 110 no shutdown Create Multicast Channels: isadmin># configure mcast chn 239.200.10.[1...10] src-ip-addr 0.0.0.0 vlan-id 20 guaranteed-serv peak-bit-rate 8000 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet. 7.5 Create VLANs Create VLANs on system and assign to all LTs and Uplink HSI VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan id 3210 mode residential-bridge name HSI new-broadcast enable isadmin># configure vlan id stacked:1284:10 mode residential- bridge name HSI in-qos-prof-name name: Ingress_Default isadmin># configure service vpls 3210 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 3210 create isadmin># configure service vpls 3210 description "HSI" isadmin># configure service vpls 3210 sap nt-a:xfp:1:3210 create isadmin># configure service vpls 3210 sap lt:1/1/1:3210 create isadmin># configure service vpls 3210 no shutdown VoIP (SIP) VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan id 2929 mode residential-bridge name SIP in-qos-prof-name name: Ingress_Default isadmin># configure service vpls 2929 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 2898 create isadmin># configure service vpls 2929 description "SIP" isadmin># configure service vpls 2929 sap nt-a:xfp:1:2929 create isadmin># configure service vpls 2929 sap lt:1/1/1:2929 create isadmin># configure service vpls 2929 no shutdown VoD VLAN:
  17. 17. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 17 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># configure vlan id 111 mode residential-bridge name VoD in-qos-prof-name name: Ingress_Default isadmin># configure service vpls 111 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 111 create isadmin># configure service vpls 111 description "VoD" isadmin># configure service vpls 111 sap nt-a:xfp:1:111 create isadmin># configure service vpls 111 sap lt:1/1/1:111 create isadmin># configure service vpls 111 no shutdown Multicast VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan id 110 mode residential-bridge name IPTV in-qos-prof-name name: Ingress_Default isadmin># configure service vpls 110 customer 1 v-vpls vlan 110 create isadmin># configure service vpls 110 description "IPTV" isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap nt-a:xfp:1:110 create isadmin># configure service vpls 110 sap lt:1/1/1:110 create isadmin># configure service vpls 110 no shutdown Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet.
  18. 18. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 18 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 8 MDU Service Provisioning - Initial configuration 8.1 Create Vectoring Control Entity (VCE) Profile and associate it to a board A non-null Vectoring Control Entity (VCE) profile should be associated to a board which is capable of processing the vectoring algorithms (Board Level Vectoring (BLV) board). isadmin># configure xdsl vce-profile 1 name VCE_DEFAULT version 1 vce-join-timeout 20 active isadmin># configure xdsl board 1/1/1 vce-profile 1 8.2 Create xDSL Vectoring Profiles isadmin># configure xdsl vect-profile 1 name VECT_US_DS isadmin>configure>xdsl>vect-profile>1$ version 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>vect-profile>1$ active isadmin>configure>xdsl>vect-profile>1$ exit 8.3 Create xDSL Service Profiles Create xDSL Service Profiles. isadmin># configure xdsl service-profile 1 name MaxUS_MaxDS_SRA_FAST isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ version 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ ra-mode-down dynamic isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ ra-mode-up dynamic isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ min-bitrate-down 32 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ min-bitrate-up 32 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ plan-bitrate-down 1024 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ max-bitrate-down 262140 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ max-bitrate-up 50000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ max-delay-down 2 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ max-delay-up 2 isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ active isadmin>configure>xdsl>service-profile>1$ exit 8.4 Create xDSL Spectrum Profiles Create xDSL Spectrum Profiles. isadmin># configure xdsl spectrum-profile 1 name VDSL2_noUPBO isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ version 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-ansi-t1413 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-etsi-dts
  19. 19. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 19 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-g992-1-a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-g992-1-b isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-g992-2-a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-g992-3-a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-g992-3-b isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ dis-etsi-ts isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-8a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-8b isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-8c isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-8d isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-12a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-12b isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ g993-2-17a isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ max-noise-down 240 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1$ vdsl isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# vdsl-band-plan annex-b-998ade isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# optional-band up isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# optional-endfreq 138 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# adsl-band allow- adsl isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# max-band 8 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo-mode pbo- mode-down isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>1# param-a 4000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>1# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo 2 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>2# param-a 4730 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>2# param-b 1977 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>2# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo 3 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>3# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>3# param-b 1577 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>3# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo 4
  20. 20. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 20 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>4# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>4# param-b 1077 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>4# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# pbo 5 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>5# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>5# param-b 943 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl>pbo>5# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1# vdsl2 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# propr-feat- value 2147483134 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# psd-shape-down regionbm2-psd-down isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# psd-shape-up regionbm2-psd-down isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# rx-psd-shape-up ab-param isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# pbo 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>1# param-a 4000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>1# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# pbo 2 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>2# param-a 4730 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>2# param-b 1977 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>2# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# pbo 3 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>3# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>3# param-b 1577 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>3# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# pbo 4 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>4# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>4# param-b 1077 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>4# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# pbo 5
  21. 21. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 21 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>5# param-a 5400 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>5# param-b 943 isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2>pbo>5# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1>vdsl2# exit isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1# active isadmin>configure>xdsl>spectrum-profile>1# exit 8.5 Create xDSL Rtx Profiles Create xDSL Rtx Profiles. isadmin># configure xdsl rtx-profile 1 name ARQUSDS isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ version 1 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ min-exp-thrpt-dn 2000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ min-exp-thrpt-up 180 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ plan-exp-thrpt-dn 20000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ plan-exp-thrpt-up 1024 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ max-exp-thrpt-dn 131000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ max-exp-thrpt-up 50000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ max-net-rate-dn 131000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ max-net-rate-up 50000 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ shine-ratio-dn 0 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ shine-ratio-up 0 isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ active isadmin>configure>xdsl>rtx-profile>1$ exit 8.6 Configure System Multicast for IPTV Enable Multicast on System Level: isadmin># configure mcast general fast-change isadmin># configure mcast general package-member [1...1024] isadmin># configure igmp system src-ip-address 10.88.43.222 start user-igmp-version 2 netw-igmp-version 2 isadmin># configure igmp shub igs-system start-snooping enable- snooping self-ip-addr-mode configure Create Multicast VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan shub id 110 mode residential-bridge name IPTV isadmin># configure vlan shub id 110 egress-port lt:1/1/1 isadmin># configure vlan shub id 110 egress-port nt:sfp:1 isadmin># configure vlan id 110 mode residential-bridge name IPTV new-broadcast enable
  22. 22. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 22 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. Create Multicast Channels: isadmin># configure qos cac-mode nocac isadmin># configure mcast channel 239.1.1.[1...254] src-ip-addr 0.0.0.0 peak-bit-rate 1000 vlan-id 110 isadmin># configure mcast channel 239.1.2.[1...254] src-ip-addr 0.0.0.0 peak-bit-rate 1000 vlan-id 110 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet. 8.7 Create VLANs Create VLANs on system and assign to all LTs and Uplink HSI VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan shub id 3210 mode residential-bridge name HSI isadmin># configure vlan shub id 3210 egress-port lt:1/1/1 isadmin># configure vlan shub id 3210 egress-port nt:sfp:1 isadmin># configure vlan id 3210 mode residential-bridge name HSI broadcast-frames VoD VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan shub id 111 mode residential-bridge name VoD user2-comm disable isadmin># configure vlan shub id 111 egress-port lt:1/1/1 isadmin># configure vlan shub id 111 egress-port nt:sfp:1 isadmin># configure vlan id 111 mode residential-bridge name VoD broadcast-frames Voice VLAN: isadmin># configure vlan shub id 2929 mode voice-vlan name SIP isadmin># configure vlan shub id 2929 egress-port lt:1/1/1 isadmin># configure vlan shub id 2929 egress-port nt:sfp:1 Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet. 8.8 Create VOIP Service Create Voice(SIP) Service for connection to the softswitch. isadmin># configure voice sip server sip1 address ipv4:10.0.0.110 admin-domain-name vsp1 admin-status up
  23. 23. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 23 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># configure voice sip lineid-syn-prof profile1 pots- syntax random isadmin># configure voice sip user-agent ua_01 ip-config-mode dhcp ip-addr-policy distributed signal-vlan-id 2929 rtp-vlan-id 2929 admin-status up isadmin># configure voice sip transport udp provider-name vsp1 admin-status up isadmin># configure voice sip register vsp1 register-uri telkom.net.id isadmin># configure voice sip vsp vsp1 domain-name 10.0.0.110 isadmin># configure voice sip vsp vsp1 admin-status up isadmin># configure voice sip user-agent-ap ua_01 slot-id lt:1/1/2 admin-status up isadmin># configure voice sip dialplan dp1 isadmin># configure voice sip digitmap dp1 type regular rule x.T isadmin># configure voice sip redundancy vsp1 bg-monitor-int 0 isadmin># configure voice sip system session-timer admin-status up Note: The bold part needs to be replaced by the actual value found on the node information sheet.
  24. 24. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 24 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 9 Service Provisioning – Sample Service Configuration 9.1 Create SFP ONT Infrastructure Create ONTs using SLID Password. isadmin># configure equipment ont interface 1/1/1/1/1 sw-ver- pland 3FE55040AOPA21 sernum ALCL: FAB00CAC fec-up enable enable- aes enable isadmin># configure equipment ont slot 1/1/1/1/1/1 planned-card- type 10_100base plndnumdataports 1 plndnumvoiceports 0 port-type nni admin-state up isadmin># configure qos interface ont:1/1/1/1/1 us-num-queue 8 isadmin># configure interface port uni:1/1/1/1/1/1/1 no admin-up isadmin># configure qos interface ont:1/1/1/1/1 scheduler-node name:NGLT_Default 9.2 Configure SFP ONT UNI isadmin># configure interface port uni:1/1/1/1/1/1/1 admin-up isadmin># configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 scheduler-node name:NGLT_Default isadmin># configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 cac-profile name:FD_GponVideo isadmin># configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 upstream-queue [0...7] weight 0 bandwidth-profile UP_1G bandwidth-sharing ont- sharing isadmin># configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 queue [0…7] priority 1 weight 1 isadmin># configure bridge port /1/1/1/1/1/1 max-unicast-mac 2048 9.3 Create HSI Service on SFP ONT Create HSI service on port 1 using HSI VLAN. isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 vlan-id 3210 tag single-tagged network-vlan 3210 vlan-scope local 9.4 Create VOD + Multicast Service on SFP ONT Create VOD + Multicast Service using VOD VLAN. isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 vlan-id 111 tag single-tagged network-vlan 111 vlan-scope local isadmin># configure igmp channel vlan:1/1/1/1/1/1/1:110 max-num- group 1024 max-msg-rate 256 9.5 Create VoIP Service on SFP ONT Create VOIP services
  25. 25. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 25 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 vlan-id 2929 tag single-tagged network-vlan 2929 vlan-scope local 9.6 Create xDSL Vectored Line Create xDSL Vectored Line. isadmin># configure xdsl line 1/1/1/1 service-profile 1 spectrum-profile 1 rtx-profile 1 vect-profile 1 carrier-data- mode on transfer-mode ptm admin-up 9.7 Create HSI Service (RGW) Create HSI service isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1 max-unicast-mac 16 isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1 vlan-id 3210 tag single- tagged isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1 pvid 3210 9.8 Create VOD + Multicast Service Create VOD +Multicast service isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1 max-unicast-mac 16 isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1 vlan-id 111 tag single- tagged isadmin># configure igmp channel vlan:1/1/1/1:110 max-num-group 16 9.9 Create VoIP Service Create VoIP service isadmin># configure voice sip termination 1/1/2/1 directory- number +623151511024 user-name +623151511024@telkom.net.id uri +623151511024@telkom.net.id md5-realm telkom.net.id md5-password plain:telkom135 admin-status up isadmin># configure voice sip termination 1/1/2/2 directory- number +623151511025 user-name +623151511025@telkom.net.id uri +623151511025@telkom.net.id md5-realm telkom.net.id md5-password plain:telkom135 admin-status up 10 Useful Show Commands 10.1 View vector disturbers on VDSL2 vectoring lines View the actual mapping between the VP board and the SLV LT boards. isadmin># show xdsl vect-disturbers 1/1/1/1 max-reported-dist 48 10.2 View the xDSL line status View the xDSL line status.
  26. 26. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 26 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. isadmin># show xdsl operational-data line View the mode of vectoring supported on CPE. isadmin># show xdsl operational-data near-end line 1/1/1/1 detail 10.3 Show IGMP Statistics Show IGMP statistics. isadmin># show igmp channel counter isadmin># show igmp channel miscellaneous 10.4 Show SIP Statistics Show SIP statistics. isadmin># show voice sip server isadmin># show voice sip user-agent-ap isadmin># show voice sip termination 10.5 Mirror on OLT Mirroring on OLT. isadmin># configure port nt-a:eth:1 ethernet autonegotiate limited isadmin># configure port nt-a:eth:1 no shutdown isadmin># debug mirror-source 1 port nt-a:xfp:1 egress ingress isadmin># debug mirror-source 1 no shutdown isadmin># configure mirror mirror-dest 1 sap nt-a:eth:1:0 isadmin># configure mirror mirror-dest 1 isadmin># info configure mirror isadmin># show debug 10.6 Mirror on MDU Mirroring on MDU. isadmin># configure interface shub port nt:eth:1 port-type network admin-status auto-up isadmin># configure interface shub mirror enable to-port nt:sfp:2 isadmin># configure interface shub mirror port nt:sfp:1 external ingress egress isadmin># configure interface shub mirror port nt:sfp:1 internal ingress egress isadmin># info configure interface shub mirror
  27. 27. Method of Procedure- 7356REM ISAM Turn-up Guide - Page 27 of 27 Allrightsreserved.Passingonandcopyingofthisdocument,useand communicationofitscontentsnotpermittedwithoutwrittenauthorization fromAlcatel-Lucent. 11 Document History Version Date Author(s) Description/Comment 0.1 June 24th 2014 Fiona Tay Document Creation - END OF DOCUMENT -

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