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Example Route Table Entry ..................................................................................

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Gateway IP Address (GW IP ADD) ............................................................................

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Gateway Port (GW PORT) ...........................................................................................

81

Gateway DLCI (GW DLCI) ..........................................................................................

81

Transmit ARP Requests (TX ARP) ..............................................................................

81

Process Received ARP Packets (RX ARP) ..................................................................

81

ARP Refresh Time (ARP REF) .....................................................................................

81

Chapter 9. System Configuration

 

System Config .......................................................................................................................

83

Change Password ..........................................................................................................

84

Read Community Name (RD COM NAME) .............................................................

84

Write Community Name (WR COM NAME) ...........................................................

84

Trap Manager DLCI (TRAP DLCI) .............................................................................

85

Trap Manager IP Address (TRAP IP ADDR) ............................................................

85

Trap Manager Port (TRAP PORT) ..............................................................................

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Chapter 10. Statistics

 

Viewing Statistical Information with the VT 100 Interface.............................................

87

DTE and Network Port Statistics .......................................................................................

88

Current Statistics ....................................................................................................

88

Leads On...........................................................................................................

88

Total ...................................................................................................................

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Errors.................................................................................................................

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Signal Statistics ................................................................................................

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DLCI Statistics ................................................................................................................

93

Protocol Statistics...........................................................................................................

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Hot Keys .........................................................................................................................

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ESC ....................................................................................................................

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DLCI Stats (D) ..................................................................................................

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Protocol Stats (P) - DTE and Network Port Menus only ...........................

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Current Stats (C) ..............................................................................................

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Freeze Stats (F) .................................................................................................

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Viewing Statistical Information with the Front Panel Interface .............................

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Statistics Available for DTE and Network Ports ...............................................

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Statistics Available Only for the Network Port .................................................

98

System Statistics .....................................................................................................

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Chapter 11. Diagnostics

 

Diagnostics ..........................................................................................................................

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Ping ................................................................................................................................

 

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Address to Ping (PING ADDRESS) ...................................................................

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Start Ping ...............................................................................................................

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Loopback All Ports (LOOPBACK ENA) ..................................................................

104

Disable Loopbacks (LOOPBACK DIS) .....................................................................

104

Appendix A. Pinouts ........................................................................................................

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Appendix B. Specifications Summary ..........................................................................

109

Acronyms and Abbreviations .........................................................................................

113

Glossary ...............................................................................................................................

 

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Index .....................................................................................................................................

 

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List of Tables

 

Table 4-A

Configuration Settings for SNA/SDLC Application ..............................

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Table 4-B

Configuration Settings for SNA and LAN Application..........................

26

Table 4-C

Configuration Settings for Multi-PointBisync Application ...................

29

Table 4-D

Configuration Settings for Transparent BOP Application ......................

31

Table 4-E

Configuration Settings for Transparent Async Application ...................

32

Table A-A

DTE/DCE Connector Pin Assignments ..................................................

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Table A-B

Main Connector Pin Assignments ...........................................................

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Table A-C

Control Connector Pin Assignments .......................................................

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List of Figures

 

Figure 2-1

FSU Rear View ................................................................................................

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Figure 3-1

FSU Front Panel ............................................................................................

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Figure 3-2

Example of Basic Menu Travel ...................................................................

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Figure 3-3

Terminal Login Menu ..................................................................................

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Figure 3-4

Terminal Main Menu ...................................................................................

18

Figure 4-1

SNA/SDLC with Local Spoofing ...............................................................

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Figure 4-2

SNA and LAN Application with SNMP/Telnet Management..............

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Figure 4-3

Bisync Point-to-Point ...................................................................................

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Figure 4-4

Bisync Multi-Point ........................................................................................

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Figure 4-5

Transparent BOP Application .....................................................................

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Figure 4-6

Transparent Async Application ..................................................................

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Figure 5-1

VT 100 Configuration Menu .......................................................................

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Figure 5-2

Front Panel Configuration Menu Tree.......................................................

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Figure 5-3

VT 100 Configuration Menu Tree...............................................................

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Figure 6-1

VT 100 Port Configuration Menu...............................................................

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Figure 6-2

Front Panel Protocol Menu Tree .................................................................

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Figure 6-3

Port Disabled Menu Tree .............................................................................

41

Figure 6-4

Frame Relay Protocol Menu Tree ...............................................................

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Figure 6-5

SDLC Protocol Menu Tree ...........................................................................

48

Figure 6-6

Transparent BOP Menu Tree .......................................................................

51

Figure 6-7

Bisync Protocol Menu Tree ..........................................................................

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Figure 6-8

Transparent Async Protocol Menu Tree ....................................................

57

Figure 6-9

PPP Synchronous Protocol Menu Tree ......................................................

60

Figure 6-10

PPP Asynchronous Protocol Menu Tree ...................................................

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Figure 6-11

Slip Protocol Menu Tree ..............................................................................

66

Figure 7-1

Network Port Configuration Menu ...........................................................

70

Figure 7-2

VT 100 Network Port Configuration Menu ..............................................

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Figure 7-3

VT 100 Network Port Frame Relay Options Menu .................................

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Figure 7-4

VT 100 Network Port LLC2 Options Menu ..............................................

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Figure 8-1

VT 100 IP Route Menu .................................................................................

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Figure 8-2

IP Routing Table Menu ................................................................................

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Figure 9-1

System Configuration Menu.......................................................................

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Figure 10-1

View Statistics Menu ....................................................................................

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Figure 10-2

DTE Port Statistics Menu-FrameRelay Protocol .....................................

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Figure 10-3

DTE Port Statistics Menu-TransparentAsync Protocol ..........................

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Figure 10-4

DTE Port Statistics Menu-AllOther Protocols .........................................

91

Figure 10-5

Network Port View Statistics Menu ..........................................................

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Figure 10-6

View DLCI Statistics Menu-NetworkPort and

 

 

Frame Relay Protocol Only .........................................................................

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Figure 10-7

Protocol Statistics Menu ..............................................................................

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Figure 10-8

Control Signal Status Screen .......................................................................

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Figure 10-9

Signal State Screen ........................................................................................

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Figure 10-10

System Statistics Screen ...............................................................................

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Figure 11-1

Diagnostics ..................................................................................................

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Figure 11-2

Front Panel Diagnostics Menu .................................................................

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Figure 11-3

VT 100 Ping Menu ......................................................................................

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Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 1

Introduction

UNDERSTANDING FRAME RELAY

Frame relay is a wide area network (WAN) service designed to minimize physical connections. This is accomplished by using virtual connections within the frame relay cloud and accessing these virtual circuits with normally one physical connection at each location to the frame relay service. Virtual circuits are addressed using header information at the beginning of each frame. These frames are formatted by the user's CPE equipment such as the ADTRAN FSU.

ANSI standards describe how each frame must be constructed to provide interoperability between CPE equipment and frame relay switching equipment. Each frame must contain a header, at least one byte of information data, two bytes of CRC16, and a trailing flag 0x7E.

This header information contains a virtual circuit address known as a DLCI (data link connection identifier). The header information also contains bits used for network congestion control.

Frame relay virtual circuits may be defined as permanent (PVC) or switched (SVC). PVCs have the same DLCI for a given path each time a user protocol session is established. The network service provider assigns these DLCIs at subscription time. SVCs, on the other hand, have DLCIs dynamically assigned each time a user protocol session is established. The CPE equipment must request a call and the DLCI is assigned by the network switching

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equipment. This DLCI is valid until the call is disconnected and may be assigned a different value each time a call is requested.

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

The FSU provides a low cost solution for the CPE equipment in a private or public frame relay network. The FSU connects to the frame relay network via 56/64k DDS (digital data service) or T1/FT1 access links. Connections to 56/64k DDS are made using an integral 56/64k DSU or an external DSU. T1/FT1 connections are made using an external T1 DSU/CSU through a V.35 interface.

The FSU provides connections to the user equipment through two independent ports emulating a DCE device. These ports can be configured for either RS-232or V.35 signal specifications. Synchronous protocol speeds up to 512 kbps and asynchronous protocol speeds up to 38.4 kbps are supported.

The FSU handles each frame of the user data in a three-stepmanner. The first step is terminating the user protocol. The layer at which this termination occurs varies depending on the user protocol selection for a given port. The next step is examining the user protocol destination address and routing to the destination port and virtual circuit. The last step involves encapsulating the information field of each frame and reencapsulating based on the destination port configuration. A similar process is used for frame relay frames received on the network port.

The major features of the FSU are as follows:

Two DTE (data terminal equipment) ports for use on a single frame relay network interface.

Support for IP (internet protocol), SDLC (synchronous data link control), Bisync, SLIP (serial link IP), PPP (point-to-pointprotocol) both sync and async, frame relay, BOP(bit-orientedprotocol), and async protocols.

SNMP (simple network management protocol) management capability provided inband with support for RFC 1315 (frame

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relay DTE MIB), RFC 1213 (MIB II), and ADTRAN Enterprise MIB.

DCE port supporting rates of up to 512 kbps.

Optional integrated 56/64 DDS DSU/CSU.

Telnet-providedremote terminal management control.

FLASH code space for easy software upgrades.

DDS OPERATION

DDS is a nationwide service that allows interconnection and transportation of data at speeds up to 64 kbps. The local exchange carriers provide the local loop service to DDS customers and may provide data for routing Inter-LATAto an interexchange carrier. With the optional integrated 56/64 DDS DSU, the FSU supports the 56/64 kbps DDS service rate yielding DTE rates of 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 56, and 64 kbps.

56/64K DDS DSU OPTION

The FSU is available with an optional integrated 56/64k DSU (part number 1200130L2). This gives the unit the ability to directly connect to a frame relay network via a 56 or 64k DDS circuit.

SNMP MANAGEMENT

SNMP management capability is provided inband with support for RFC 1315 (frame relay DTE MIB), RFC 1213 (MIB II), and ADTRAN Enterprise MIB. Telnet capability is also supported. For non-SNMPenvironments, VT 100 and front panel operation is supported.

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WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE

ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within five years from the date of shipment if it does not meet its published specifications or fails while in service. For detailed warranty, repair, and return information refer to the ADTRAN Equipment Warranty and Repair and Return Policy Procedure.

Return Material Authorization (RMA) is required prior to returning equipment to ADTRAN.

For service, RMA requests, or further information, contact one of the numbers listed on the inside back cover of this manual.

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Chapter 2

Installation

UNPACK, INSPECT, POWER UP

Receiving Inspection

Carefully inspect the FSU for any damage that may have occurred in shipment. If damage is suspected, file a claim immediately with the carrier and contact ADTRAN Customer Service (see the back cover of this manual). Keep the original shipping container to use for future shipment or verification of damage during shipment.

ADTRAN Shipments Include

The following items are included in ADTRAN shipments of the

FSU:

FSU unit

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An 8-positionmodular to8-positionmodular cable if the integrated DSU option is installed (part number 1200130L2)

VT 100 terminal adapter cable (consists of a DB-25modular adapter and an8-positionto8-positionmodular cable)

Customer Provides

The customer provides an interface cable for each port used. Each cable should be either an RS-232with a standard25-pinmaleD-typeconnector or a V.35 cable. V.35 requires an ADTRAN adapter cable (part numbers: male 1200193L1; female 1200194L1).

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Power Up

Each FSU unit is provided with a captive eight-footpower cord, terminated by athree-prongplug which connects to a grounded 115 VAC power receptacle.

Power to the FSU must be provided from a grounded 115 VAC, 60 Hz receptacle.

REAR PANEL

The FSU is equipped with three DB-25connectors labeledDTE 1,DTE 2, andDCE. Connections to the dedicated circuit, dial backup circuit (future enhancement), and VT 100 interface are provided through the8-pintelco jacks labeledMAIN,BACKUP, andCONTROL. Pin assignments for these connectors are given in the appendixPinouts. The FSU rear panel is shown in Figure 2- 1.

The FSU base unit (part number 1200130L1) is not equipped with an internal DSU. Therefore, the MAIN and BACKUP connectors are not provided.

The BACKUP connector is provided for future enhancements (FSU dial backup options).

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