ADTRAN 4200659L2 User Manual
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10BaseT connection, location of 2-7 24 Hour Alarm History

DS3 Statistics menu 5-2


Acknowledge Alarms (ACO) menu 4-12 acknowledgment messages9-2

All Right 9-3

In Progress 9-3 ACO buttons2-12

ACT LED, active cards 2-14 ACT LED, standby cards2-15 Active Controller menu3-5 Active state, Card A/Card B4-6


alarm connectors, MX2800 2-8 alarm events9-10

Alarm menu

System State 4-5 alarm traps

DS2 3-30

DS3 (near-endactive and standby cards)3-26 power supply3-33


DS2 3-21

DS3 3-19

power supply, alarm relay 3-24

power supply, trap community name 3-33 system3-23

ALM LED, active cards 2-14 ALM LED, standby cards2-15

Amp connector pin assignments A-3 Analog Network loopback test6-3 Answer on Ring menu3-16

Authentication Failure, MIB II Standard Alarm Traps 3-34

autonomous messages 9-4, 9-10, 9-12


backup protection 8-1 battery backup mode8-5

non-redundantpower mode8-2

power supply and source recovery mode 8-4 power supply recovery mode8-3

backup T3, routing information to 3-6




BAD RAM DATA 3-39 battery backup mode 8-5 battery backup, overview 1-8 Battery Low

Power Supply Alarm 3-24 Power Supply Alarm Trap3-34 Power Supply State4-5

baud rate, setting 3-17 BERT

CSU Loopback w/ 6-5 Line6-6

breakout panel connecting 2-6


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overview 1-8


Card A/Card B Active state 4-6 Failure4-6

Not Installed 4-6 Stand By4-6

Card A/Card B menu 4-6 Card Comm menu4-7 Card Failure

Power Supply Alarm Trap 3-33 System State Alarm4-6

Card Removed

Power Supply Alarm Trap 3-33 card switching7-3

Charger Fail

power supply alarm 3-24, 3-34 Power Supply State4-5

CHK LED 2-13

circuit failure protection 7-1 circuit protection mode4-7

Clear All Local DS3 Statistics 5-9, 5-20 clearing statistics5-9, 5-20

code violations

limiting on DS3 network 3-4 limiting on T1/E1 lines3-12

codec line/net loopback 6-4

Cold Start MIB II Standard Alarm Traps 3-34

CONFIGURATION CORRUPTS 3-39 Configuration menus 3-1

Network Interface 3-3

Save Configuration 3-43

System Management 3-13 Utilities3-38

configuring the MX2800 3-1 configuring the network interface3-3 connecting the breakout panel2-6 Connection Timeout menu3-16 controller card failure7-1

craft port description 2-10 craft port pin assignmentsA-1 CSU Loopback6-5

CSU Loopback w/BERT 6-5 customer serviceviii


damage while shipping 2-1 data link state4-2

Date & Time menu 3-35 date, setting3-35 default password3-35 Diagnostics menu

Analog Network 6-3

Codec Line/Net 6-4

CSU Loopback 6-5

CSU Loopback w/BERT 6-5 Digital Diagnostics6-9, 6-10 Digital Line/Net6-4

DS3 Loopbacks 6-8 Line BERT6-6 Line Loopback6-8

Metallic Diagnostics 6-11 T1/E1 Loopbacks6-2 Tributary6-2

Dial String menu 3-15 Dialout On Trap menu3-16

digital diagnostic loopback 6-10 digital line/net loopback6-4 DS2 Alarm Traps3-30

DS2 Alarms 3-21

DS3 Alarm Traps Near-endActive and Standby Cards3-26

LOS 3-26, 3-28

OOF 3-26, 3-28 DS3 Alarms3-19 DS3 Loopbacks6-8 DS3 State

Alarm 4-2

In Test 4-2

Normal 4-2 DS3 State menu4-2

DSX-1/E1connection2-7 DSX-1/E1interfaces, rear panel2-9 DSX-3connection2-7


error codes 9-13

Error, Power Supply State 4-5 establishing a terminalconnection 2-10



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Excessive Switches, System State Alarm 4-6


Failure, Card A/Card B 4-6 front panel description2-10


Gateway IP Address menu 3-14 gateway node, connection3-14 ground stud2-7


Hangup menu 3-17

Host Facility menu 3-37

Host IP Address menu 3-36


Idle Timeout menu 3-16 In Test, DS3 State4-2 informational events9-12

Initializing String menu 3-15 installing the MX28002-1

Interval starting at:, Performance Parameters (DS3) 5-7, 5-18

IOX PROGRAM FAILURE 3-39 IP address trap 3-25

IP Hosts menu 3-35 IP Security menu3-35


LAN interface, MX2800 2-8 LAN pin assignmentsA-2 LAN port2-7

Last Modem Response menu 3-17 LED conditions

active cards 2-14 standby cards2-15 T1/E12-16

LEDs 2-13

ACT, active cards 2-14 ACT, standby cards2-15 ALM, active cards2-14 ALM, standby cards2-15

CHK 2-13

PRF, active cards 2-14 PRF, standby cards2-15 PWR2-13

Line BERT 6-6

Line Coding Violations (LCV) 5-7, 5-18 Line Errored Seconds (LES)5-8, 5-19 Line Length menu3-3

long 3-3 short3-3

Line Loopback 6-8

Link Down, MIB II Standard Alarm Traps 3-34 Link Up, MIB II Standard Alarm Traps3-34 Local IP Address menu3-14

logging out 2-12 long, line length3-3 loopback

CSU 6-5

CSU with BERT 6-5 DS36-8

T1/E1 6-2

Loopback menu, network configuration 3-6 LOS

DS3 Alarm Traps Near-endActive and

Standby Cards 3-26, 3-28


Malfunction, Power Supply Alarm 3-24 Malfunction, Power Supply Alarm Trap3-33 management station addresses3-35 Maximum Redial Attempts menu3-15 menu navigation2-11

metallic diagnostic loopback 6-11 MIB II Standard Alarm Traps3-34

Authentication Failure 3-34 Cold Start3-34

Link Down 3-34 Link Up3-34


Min. Switching Period menu 3-6 Miscellaneous menu3-36

Miscellaneous menus, network configuration 3-6

MODEM FAILURE 3-39 Modem Mode menu 3-17 modem port


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description 2-8 location2-7

pin assignments A-2 MX2800 options1-8 MX2800 overview1-1


navigating the menus 2-11 network failure protection7-1 Network Interface menus3-3 network interface, configuring3-3 network manager, SNMP1-6 Network Protection menu3-6 Network, Protection mode4-7 None, Protection mode4-7 non-redundantpower mode8-2 Normal

Power Supply State 4-5

Not Installed, Card A/Card B 4-6



DS3 Alarm Traps Near-endActive and

Standby Cards 3-26, 3-28 operating the MX2800, overview of2-1 options for the MX28001-8

output response messages 9-3


PASS 3-39 Password menu 3-35

password, setting the 3-35 Pause Between Calls menu3-16

P-BitSeverely Errored Seconds (PSES)5-8, 5-19 Performance Parameters (DS3)

Clear All Local DS3 Statistics 5-9, 5-20 Interval starting at:5-7, 5-18

Line Coding Violations (LCV) 5-7, 5-18 Line Errored Seconds (LES)5-8, 5-19 P-BitSeverely Errored Seconds (PSES)5-8,


Severely Errored Framing Seconds (SEFS) 5-7, 5-18

Performance Parameters menu (DS3) 5-6, 5-16

phone numbers primary 3-15 secondary3-15

pin assignments A-1 Amp connectorA-3 auxiliary portA-1

control connector A-1 craft portA-1

LAN A-2 LAN portA-2

modem port A-2 pinoutsA-1

power connection 2-7 power connection, AC2-7

power connection, rear panel 2-9 Power Fail, Power Supply Alarm3-24 Power Fail, Power Supply State4-5 power loss recovery8-1

battery backup mode 8-5 non-redundantpower mode8-2

power supply and source recovery mode 8-4 power supply recovery mode8-3

Power Low

Power Supply Alarm 3-24 Power Supply Alarm Traps3-33 Power Supply State4-5

power supplies, hot-swappable8-2 power supply A/B2-13

Power Supply Alarm Trap

Card Failure 3-33

Power Supply Alarm Traps 3-33, 3-34 Card Removed3-33 Malfunction3-33

Power Low 3-33 Temperature Critical3-34 Temperature High3-34

Power Supply Alarms alarm relay 3-24

power supply and source recovery mode 8-4 power supply recovery mode8-3

Power Supply State Battery Low 4-5 Charger Fail4-5 Error4-5 Normal4-5


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Power Fail 4-5

Power Low 4-5

Temp Critical 4-5

Temp High 4-5

Power Supply State menu 4-5 power up

AC version 2-2 DC version2-2

PRF LED, active cards 2-14 PRF LED, standby cards2-15 protection

circuit failure 7-1 network failure7-1

Protection Configuration menus 3-5 Protection menu4-7

protection mode 4-7 Circuit4-7

circuit failure recovery 7-3, 7-4 Network4-7

network failure recovery 7-4 None4-7

non-redundant7-2 Protection Threshold3-11

PWR FAIL, DC connector symbol 2-3 PWR LED2-13


rackmount installation 2-5

Read Community Name address 3-25 rear panel description2-7

receiving inspection 2-1 redundancy7-1

circuit and network failure recovery mode 7- 4

circuit failure recovery mode 7-3 non-redundantmode7-2

RET, DC connector symbol 2-3

return material authorization (RMA) vi RMA requestsviii


Save Configuration menu 3-43 Save on Logout menu3-38 self test results3-39

service viii

service interruption 7-3

Set Multiple menu selection 3-9 setting the baud rate3-17 setting the date3-35

setting the password 3-35 setting the time3-35

Severely Errored Framing Seconds (SEFS) 5-7, 5- 18

Severity Level menu 3-36 shipping, contents2-1 short line length3-3

SNMP Management Options 3-25 SNMP, overview1-5 specifications, MX2800B-1 Stand By, Card A/Card B4-6 State menus, T1/E13-8

Statistics menu 5-1

24 Hour Alarm History (DS3) 5-2 Performance Parameters (DS3)5-6, 5-16

Statistics menus 5-1 status LEDs2-13 Status menu4-1

Acknowledge Alarms (ACO) 4-12 Alarm (System State)4-5

Card A/Card B 4-6 Card Comm4-7 DS3 State4-2

Power Supply State 4-5 Protection4-7

System State 4-5 Status menus

DS3 State 4-2 Subnet Mask menu3-14

Supply Failure, System State Alarm 4-6 switch cards, forcing the controller to3-5 Switched, System State Alarm4-6 Syslog Setup menu3-36

system alarms 3-23

System Management menus 3-13 system reset3-43

System Security menu 3-35 System State Alarm

Card Failure 4-6 Excessive Switches 4-6


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Supply Failure 4-6

Switched 4-6

System State menu 4-5


T1/E1 menus State 3-8

T1/E1 Status LEDs 2-15 Telnet, overview1-6

Temp Critical, Power Supply State 4-5

Temp High, Power Supply State 4-5 Temperature Critical, Power Supply Alarm3-24 Temperature Critical, Power Supply Alarm Traps3-34

Temperature High, Power Supply Alarm 3-24 Temperature High, Power Supply Alarm Traps3- 34

terminal connection, establishing 2-10 TFTP updates3-41

time, setting 3-35 Timing menu3-3 TL19-1

alarm events 9-10

autonomous messages 9-10, 9-12 commands9-5

error codes 9-13 informational events9-12 messages9-2

overview 9-1 responses9-2

Transmission menu 3-36

Trap Community Name menu 3-34 Trap Generation menu3-25

Trap IP Addresses menu 3-25 traps

for calls between primary and secondary numbers 3-15

for redialing 3-15 Tributary loopback6-2


UL information (DC version) 2-4 unpacking the unit2-1

updating software

via xmodem 3-40 Utilities menu3-38


viewing statistical information, display options for 5-1


Write Community Name 3-34


XCV Threshold menus

DS3 Configuration 3-4

XMODEM updates 3-40


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