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NERA Microwave XPAND XPAND Ip + Basics and Queries and Solutions

2 October 2016 One Comment

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Nera Evolution Product overview
Nera Evolution Plugin Modules
Nera Access Configuration Overview
Nera LongHaul Configuration Overview

Nera System Configuration Metro Access
Nera System Configuration Longhaul
Nera System Configuration XPAND
Element General Management
Housekeeping Management
XCVR,RIU and PIU Management
LIU Module Management
GIU Module Management
DXC Module Management
SU and IFU Module Mangement Metro
SU and IFU Module Mangement XPAND
Auxilliary Module Management
Fault Performance Security Management
Evolution Remote Management
Evolution Exercises
Procedure to setup PRBS
Procedure to enable an E1 on XPAND
Procedure to setup INBAND Management on XPAND
XPAND IP CLI Commands Session
Evoultion XPAND IP+ installation
Evolution XPAND IP+ Configuration
Netmaster Technical Description
DCN Overview of XPAND IP and XPAND IP +
Digital Cross Connect Overview
NE addition in NETMASTER
SU and Module Configuration in XPAND and XPAND IP +
Gigabit Interface Unit Description
Fault Management Basics
Configuration Management
Net Master Tab Handling options
To change the name of NE
System Manager
Netmaster Installation
Practical Training Session
1.Logging to XPAND IP and XPAND IP + from Netmaster
2.SU Configuration in XPAND IP and Ip + through Netmaster
3.Changing the Name of NE in Netmaster
4.Fetchig Reports in NETMASTER
5.Alarm Description and Handling in Net Master
6.Backup taking in XPANd IP and IP +
7.All Trainees to login and do a practical exercise and capture in Excel Sheets
8.IP Routing in XPAND IP and XPAND IP +
9.Ethernet Switch and WAN Handling in XPAND IP and IP +
10.Fetching inventory in XPAND IP and IP +
11. Verify the hardware used:
12. Make a list of all units
13. Check frequency label on diplexer!
14. Verify lower and upper station!
15. Check the time setting on the element. Synchronise the element time with the used PC time
16. Check the licenses that the element has and which software version is being used
17. Check the existing frequency plan and note down the frequencies and polarization scheme selected for each element.
• 18. Make a backup file of the configuration of the element.

• 19. Using the house-keeping change the name of the element
• 20. Check the analogue readings using a voltmeter and then readings using the web browser. Use the variable RF attenuator to change the input level and:
• 1. Draw the AGC curve for the element (the x-axis is the input level reading using the voltmeter and the y-axis is input level reading using the web browser. Verify that the curve is according to the one in the user manual.
• 2. Check the input levels when EW, LBER and HBER alarms are activated. In order to make fine adjustment in the input level in the element you may need to use the MTPC mode in the opposite ODU to change the output power slightly.
22.Check ATPC
23.Check MTPC
• 24. Connect SDH tester one side and hw loop on stm-1 on the other
• side. Verify error free transmission.

25.Test Sw Loop Avaialble
• Connect 2 Mb/s tester one side and hw loop on trib 1 on the other
• side. Verify error free transmission.
• 2. Test out the SW loops available
• 26. 64 kb/s
• • Enable 64 kb/s wayside traffic G.703 Co-directional to local terminal (select an available byte). Perform a hardware loop on remote terminal. Connect a PRBS-signal to local terminal and verify error free transmission. Perform a soft ware loop on remote terminal
• 26. Alarms
• • Start with default configuration.
• • Simulate an active alarm by connecting a cable between the two alarm inputs.
• • Check that the alarm is indicated in the “Active Alarm”-picture.
• • Edit the alarm text to the selected external alarm.
• • Change configuration to “normally closed” on the alarm-input
• • Check that the alarm clear!
• • Remove test cable
• • Check that the alarm is indicated in the “Active Alarm”-picture
• Go to the “Relay configuration” and configure a relay by editing a new name, pulsed, mode to 6
• seconds and the default state.
• • Move to the “Relay Control” menu and operate the selected relay.
• • Check that the relay operates according to what is expected.
• • Latched mode
• • Go to the “Relay configuration” again an edit a new relay by name. Use latched mode this time.
• • Operate the relay by the “Relay Control”.
• • Check that the relay operates according to what is expected.
• • Alarm Out
• • Go to the “Relay configuration” again an edit a new relay by name. Use Alarm Out mode this
• time.
• • Select any major alarm as trigger.
• • Create alarm with major severity!
• • Check that the relay operates according to what is expected
28.Make Addressing Plan
29.Implement by using RIP OSPF STATIC
30.Perform Ping Test
31.Checking Peer Mac Address
• 32. Active alarms show RF input LOS, this is indicating
• no RF input signal. •Next step check Analogue
• readings

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One Comment »

  • saif said:

    what is RTC alarm at NERA XPAND IP

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