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System Installation Manual

76.8800FP90/17

Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series Tellabs 8830 Smart Router

Revision A, 3/13 Copyright 2013 Tellabs. All rights reserved.

FCC Notification Statement

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Contents
Section 1 About this Manual

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Reason for Issue .............................................................................................. 17-7 Audience .......................................................................................................... 17-7 Standards......................................................................................................... 17-8 Text Conventions ............................................................................................. 17-8 Safety Conventions ......................................................................................... 17-9 Contacting Technical Support ........................................................................ 17-15 Returning Products to Tellabs ........................................................................ 17-15 Release Documentation ................................................................................. 17-16 Feature Package (FP) Documents .......................................................... 17-16 Software Release Documents (SRD) ...................................................... 17-16 Accessing the Tellabs Portal ................................................................... 17-17

Section 2

Installation Overview

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Installation Checklist ...................................................................................... 17-19

Section 3

Equipment and Site Preparation

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Observing Safety Guidelines.......................................................................... 17-21 Unpacking the Shipping Crate ....................................................................... 17-21 Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment ..................................................... 17-22 Disassembling the Shipping Crate .................................................... 17-22 Inspecting the Accessory Box ........................................................... 17-25 Inspecting the Modules and Cards.................................................... 17-26 Verifying Receipt of Components ............................................................ 17-27 Preparing the Site .......................................................................................... 17-27 Required Tools and Supplies................................................................... 17-27 Equipment Rack Requirements ............................................................... 17-29 Environmental Requirements .................................................................. 17-34 DC Grounding and Power Requirements ................................................ 17-34 Support for Higher Maximum Operating Voltage..................................... 17-35 AC Power Requirements ......................................................................... 17-39 Connecting Optical Network PLM Cables ...................................................... 17-40 Fiber Optic and Optic Transponder Cleaning................................................. 17-40

Section 4

Equipment Overview

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Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis and Front Panel .................................... 17-42 Chassis Overview .......................................................................................... 17-42 Chassis Card Cage ........................................................................................ 17-43 Chassis Front View.................................................................................. 17-43 Chassis Rear View .................................................................................. 17-44 Physical Line Modules (PLMs) ................................................................ 17-45 System Panel ................................................................................................. 17-48 System Panel and Card LEDs ................................................................. 17-48 Environmental Status, Alarm, and SCC LEDs......................................... 17-49 SCC 1 and SCC 2 LEDs.......................................................................... 17-50 ACO Button.............................................................................................. 17-51 Serial Connectors .................................................................................... 17-51 Hardware LED Testing ............................................................................ 17-51 Fan Tray Assemblies ............................................................................... 17-51
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Air Filters.................................................................................................. 17-53 Cable Management System .................................................................... 17-55 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Connector Panel........................................ 17-56 DC Terminal Blocks ................................................................................. 17-57 AC Power Supply..................................................................................... 17-58 Chassis Grounding .................................................................................. 17-58 ESD Jack Location .................................................................................. 17-59 Physical Line Modules ................................................................................... 17-60 Using Blank Panels ........................................................................................ 17-61 T1/E1 BITS External Timing Connectors ....................................................... 17-61 Understanding T1 Framing................................................................ 17-61 Understanding E1 Framing ............................................................... 17-61 BITS Clock and Alarm Reporting Modes ................................................. 17-62 BITS Clock and Priority Clock Sources ............................................. 17-62 BITS Clock Alarm Reporting Modes.................................................. 17-63 BITS Alarm Suppression Enabled Mode........................................... 17-63 BITS Alarm Suppression Disabled Mode .......................................... 17-64

Section 5

Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router System

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Mounting the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router in an Equipment Rack .................. 17-65 Installation Guidelines.............................................................................. 17-66 Adjusting the Mounting Brackets ............................................................. 17-67 Positioning and Securing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router ....................... 17-68 Connecting Ground and Power ...................................................................... 17-69 DC Power Module Overview.................................................................... 17-69 AC Power Module Overview.................................................................... 17-71 Grounding the Chassis and Connecting Power Cables ................................. 17-73 Grounding the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis ................................ 17-73 Tri-Post Grounding Connector................................................................. 17-74 Guidelines for AC and DC Power and Ground Connections ................... 17-74 Ground Requirements ....................................................................... 17-74 Performing Power Lines Isolation Test .................................................... 17-75 RTN to -48V Isolation Check............................................................. 17-75 RTN to Ground and -48V to Ground Isolation Check........................ 17-76 Connecting AC Power ....................................................................... 17-77 Connecting DC Power....................................................................... 17-78 Loading the Chassis....................................................................................... 17-80 Installing the SCCs......................................................................................... 17-81 Installing the SCCs .................................................................................. 17-82 Installing the ULCs.................................................................................. 17-84 Installation Procedure ....................................................................... 17-85 Installing PLMs ........................................................................................ 17-86 Installing Standard-Size PLMs................................................................. 17-87 Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router PLMs ...................................... 17-88 Installing Blank Panel Covers ........................................................................ 17-90 Installing ULC/SCC Blank Panels............................................................ 17-90 Installing PLM Blank Panel Covers.......................................................... 17-91 Connecting PLMs to the Optical Network ...................................................... 17-91 Connecting T1/E1 BITS Clocks...................................................................... 17-92 Connecting Alarm Outputs ............................................................................. 17-92 Connecting a Local Console .......................................................................... 17-93 Applying and Verifying Power ........................................................................ 17-94

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Booting the System ........................................................................................ 17-95 Logging In Using the Console Interface ......................................................... 17-95 Log Off the Console................................................................................. 17-96 Changing the Default Password..................................................................... 17-96 Connecting the Management Ethernet Interface ........................................... 17-97 Connecting to the IP Management Network ............................................ 17-97 Adding a Static Route on a Tellabs 8830 Smart Router.................... 17-97

Appendix A

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Specifications

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Physical Specifications................................................................................... 17-99 System Management and Alarm Specifications........................................... 17-100 Environmental Requirements ....................................................................... 17-100 Safety and Standards Compliance Specifications ....................................... 17-101 Connector and Adapter Pinouts ................................................................... 17-102 Console Serial Connector...................................................................... 17-102 RJ-45 to DB-9 Connector Adapters ....................................................... 17-103 RJ-21 Connector Information................................................................. 17-104 Management Ethernet Interface ............................................................ 17-105 External Alarm Connector...................................................................... 17-106 External T1/E1 BITS Timing Connectors............................................... 17-107 Port Densities ........................................................................................ 17-107

Appendix B

Setting Boot Parameters

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Viewing and Modifying Boot Parameters ..................................................... 17-109

Appendix C

Fiber Optic Cleaning

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Fiber Optic Safety ........................................................................................ 17-116 Laser...................................................................................................... 17-116 Safety Precautions................................................................................. 17-116 Optical Fiber Handling ........................................................................... 17-117 Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements ............................................................. 17-118 Tools ...................................................................................................... 17-123 Materials ................................................................................................ 17-123 Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures ................................................................. 17-124 Cleaning SC Connectors ....................................................................... 17-124 Cleaning Duplex LC Connector ............................................................. 17-125 Cleaning SC Adapters ........................................................................... 17-126 Cleaning LC or SC Module Adapters..................................................... 17-126 Cleaning Connectors.................................................................................... 17-127 Materials and Tools ............................................................................... 17-127 Cleaning an Unmated Fiber Connector ................................................. 17-127 Cleaning an Unmated Bulkhead Connector .......................................... 17-129 Cleaning a Mated Connector ................................................................. 17-130

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About this Manual


This manual provides instructions to safely unpack, install, apply power, test, and service the Tellabs 8830 smart router. After completing the procedures in this manual, you can start managing and configuring the Tellabs 8830 smart router equipment with the Tellabs Multi-Service Operating System (TMOS). Note: Following installation, use the procedures described in the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series Acceptance Test Manual, 76.8800FP90/16, to ensure that the installation meets Tellabs acceptance criteria.

This section contains the following information about this manual: Reason for Issue, page 17-7 Audience, page 17-7 Standards, page 17-8 Text Conventions, page 17-8 Safety Conventions, page 17-9 Contacting Technical Support, page 17-15 Returning Products to Tellabs, page 17-15 Release Documentation, page 17-16

Reason for Issue


This version of the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router System Installation Manual has the following new information: Updated part numbers on the cover page and in all footers and document references. Updated the release date on the cover page and in all footers. New Tellabs 8800 brand: Tellabs 8800 series changed to Tellabs 8800 smart router series; Tellabs 8830, 8840, 8860 changed to Tellabs 8830, 8840, 8860 smart router.

Audience
This manual is intended for use by Tellabs Technical Support Engineers (TSE) or Deployment Engineers (DE), or by equipment administrators and network operating center (NOC) operators who are responsible for ensuring the integrity of the received product, and who are performing the equipment setup and initialization.

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Standards
The standards that are supported by the Tellabs 8800 smart router series are listed in Appendix B Supported Standards in the TMOS User Manual, 76.8800FP90/4.

Text Conventions
This manual uses the following basic text conventions: Special text fonts represent particular commands, keywords, variables, or window sessions Color text indicates cross-reference hyperlinks to supplemental information Command notation indicates commands, subcommands, or command elements

Table 1.1, page 17-8, describes the text conventions used in this manual for software procedures that are explained using the TMOS command-line interface. Table 1.1 Document Text Conventions Conventions boldface font boldface screen font italic screen font character string, or string hyperlink text Description Commands and keywords appear in boldface Information you must type into the system is shown in boldface screen font. Variables you enter to complete an operation or a command are shown in italic screen font Unless otherwise noted, defined as a set of characters that do not require single or double quotation marks. Hyperlinked text is displayed in blue, and indicates a cross-reference to a related section, appendix, table, or figure. Blue text indicates a live hyperlink that users can click to display the related section, appendix, table, or figure. vertical bars ( | ) brackets ( [ ] ) [a|b|c] Separate mutually exclusive command or sub-command choices Contain required command elements Generally, required keywords are grouped in square brackets and separated by vertical bars to denote mutual exclusivity.

command notation

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Safety Conventions
This document uses the safety conventions described in this section to communicate important safety issues related to Tellabs 8800 smart router series. These safety conventions are associated with certain dangers of which Tellabs is aware. You, as a Tellabs employee or an experienced 3rd party system integrator, must observe all warnings and safety precautions to help ensure your personal safety, and the continued safe operation of the Tellabs 8800 smart router series in the customer-designated operating environment. Note: Notes highlight important and noteworthy information. Read notes to obtain guidelines about performing tasks more efficiently.

Caution:
A Caution alerts you about actions or inactions that could lead to personal injury.

Vorsicht:
Mit "Vorsicht" sind Aktivitten der Bedingungen gekennzeichnet, die zu Verletzungen fhren knnen.

Warning:
A Warning alerts you about actions or inactions that could lead to personal injury or damage to the Tellabs 8800 smart router series equipment.

Warnung:
Mit "Warnung" sind Aktivitten oder Bedingungen gekennzeichnet, die zu Verletzungen oder einer Beschdigung des Tellabs 8800 smart router series fhren knnen. Observe Warnings in Product Documentation Warning conventions and advisory text are positioned with hazardous procedures in this manual. Make sure that you follow the instructions as well as any other safety precautions and best practices you feel are necessary to safely install, operate, and service the Tellabs equipment in your operating environment.

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Caution:
For safety reasons, Tellabs recommends the use of shielded cable for all copper wire connections to and from the Tellabs 8800 smart router series chassis. The internal shield of the cable must be connected to ground at both ends of the cable. Tellabs intra-building port(s) is suitable for connection only to shielded intra-building cabling that is grounded at both ends.

Vorsicht:
Aus Sicherheitsgrnden empfiehlt Tellabs den Einsatz von geschirmten Kabeln fr alle Kupferdrahtverbindungen zum oder vom Tellabs 8800 smart router series Chassis. Die Innenschirmung des Kabels muss an beiden Kabelenden geerdet sein. Die innergebudlichen Anschlsse des Tellabs Systems eignen sich ausschlielich fr geschirmte und beidseitig geerdete Kabelverbindungen innerhalb von Gebuden.

Warning:
Danger! Shock Hazard Use extreme caution when working with and around power sources during the installation, operation, testing, or adjusting of the equipment. Remove the power at its point of distribution before you connect or disconnect power leads to the equipment.

Warnung:
Gefahr! Stromschlaggefahr Gehen Sie mit grter Vorsicht vor, wenn Sie das System in unmittelbarer Nhe zu Stromquellen installieren, betreiben, testen oder einstellen. Trennen Sie die Netzverteilung vom Stromnetz, bevor Sie die Netzanschlusskabel mit dem System verbinden oder vom System trennen.

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Laser Caution:
Class 1 Laser Product Class 2 LED Product Using controls, making adjustments, or performing procedures other than as specified in this document, may result in exposure to hazardous invisible radiation.

Vorsicht Laserstrahlung:
Klasse 1 - Laserprodukt Klasse 2 - LED-Produkt Eine nicht den Vorgaben in diesem Dokument entsprechende Verwendung von Prf-/Messgerten, Durchfhrung von Einstellarbeiten oder Anwendung von Verfahrensweisen kann zu einer Freisetzung von gefhrlicher nicht sichtbarer Strahlung fhren.

Caution:
Using controls, making adjustments, or performing procedures other than those specified in this document may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Vorsicht:
Eine nicht den Vorgaben in diesem Dokument entsprechende Verwendung von Prf-/Messgerten, Durchfhrung von Einstellarbeiten oder Anwendung von Verfahrensweisen kann zu einer Freisetzung von gefhrlicher Strahlung fhren.

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ESD Warning:
The Tellabs 8800 smart router series PLMs can be damaged by static electricity that builds up on work surfaces and on your body. Static is produced by the everyday movement of your body, and is released as an electro-static discharge (ESD) when you touch an object. Observe the following precautions whenever you are working with the Tellabs 8800 smart router series or any of its components. Always wear a grounded wrist strap to prevent ESD damage to the Tellabs 8800 smart router series system components. Be sure to attach a wrist strap to the ESD ground jack that is located on the equipment.

Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:


Eine elektrostatische Aufladung der Arbeitsoberflche oder Ihres Krpers kann die PLMs (Physical Line Modules) des Tellabs 8800 smart router series beschdigen. Bereits normale Bewegungen knnen durch Reibungselektrizitt zu einer Aufladung Ihres Krpers fhren. Daraus kann eine elektrostatische Entladung resultieren, wenn Sie einen Gegenstand berhren. Achten Sie auf die Einhaltung der folgenden Vorsichtsmanahmen bei allen Arbeiten an dem Tellabs 8800 smart router series oder zugehrigen Komponenten. Tragen Sie stets ein Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, um Beschdigungen an dem Tellabs 8800 smart router series und dessen Komponenten durch eine elektrostatische Entladung zu vermeiden. Stellen Sie sicher, da das Erdungsband mit dem Erdungsanschluss am Chassis verbunden ist.

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First Level Intra-Building Lightning Surge Warning:


The intra-building port(s) of the equipment or subassembly is suitable for connection to intra-building or unexposed wiring or cabling only. The intra-building port(s) of the equipment or subassembly MUST NOT be metallically connected to interfaces that connect to the outside plant (OSP) or its wiring. These interfaces are only designed for use as intra-building interfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 telecommunications ports as described in GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4) and require isolation from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of Primary Protectors does not afford sufficient protection in order to allow the connection of these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.

Warnung vor Blitzschlag im Gebude:


Die innergebudlichen Anschlsse des Systems oder der Teilsysteme eignen sich ausschlielich fr Verbindungen innerhalb von Gebuden und fr nicht freiliegende Kabel. Die innergebudlichen Anschlsse des Systems oder der Teilsysteme DRFEN NICHT mit Schnittstellen elektrisch leitend verbunden sein, die Kontakt zur Auenanlage oder deren Verkabelung haben. Diese Anschlsse sind ausschlielich als innergebudliche Schnittstellen konzipiert (Typ-2 oder Typ-4-Telekommunikationsports gem GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4) und machen eine Trennung von der freiliegenden Auenverkabelung erforderlich. Selbst zustzlich hinzugefgte berspannungsableiter bieten keinen ausreichenden Schutz, um einen elektrisch leitenden Kontakt dieser Schnittstellen mit der Verkabelung der Auenanlage zuzulassen.

Do Not Substitute Parts or Modify Equipment

Do not use or install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification of the Tellabs 8800 smart router series. Contact the Tellabs Technical Assistance Center (TAC) or your local Tellabs representative for any required service, parts, assistance, or repair. Refer to Contacting Technical Support, page 17-15, for details.

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Warning:
Danger! Shock Hazard Never dismantle a Tellabs 8800 smart router series chassis, or attempt to service any Tellabs 8800 smart router series chassis sub-assemblies without the assistance of Tellabs factory-authorized service personnel or other qualified maintenance personnel.

Warnung:
Gefahr! Stromschlaggefahr Demontieren Sie niemals ein Tellabs 8800 smart router series Chassis und nehmen Sie niemals Wartungs-/Reparaturarbeiten an Komponenten des Tellabs 8800 smart router series Chassis vor, ohne einen von Tellabs autorisierten Servicetechniker oder einen anderen qualifizierten Wartungsexperten hinzuzuziehen. Lithium Battery

Caution:
Danger! Possible Explosive Condition An incorrectly replaced Lithium battery may result in explosion. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.

Vorsicht:
Gefahr! Explosionsgefhrdung Ein nicht ordnungsgemer Austausch der Lithium-Batterie kann zu einer Explosion fhren. Verwenden Sie nur denselben Batterietyp oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen Typ. Entsorgen Sie gebrauchte Batterien entsprechend den Herstelleranweisungen. Contact Tellabs Technical Support to determine if the Lithium battery is the source of any defective operations on the Tellabs 8800 smart router series or installed PLMs. Do not attempt to change the battery without the assistance of authorized Tellabs service personnel. Please refer to Table 1.2, page 17-15, for Tellabs Technical Support contact information.

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Contacting Technical Support


Use the information in Table 1.2, page 17-15, to contact Tellabs Technical Support. Table 1.2 Tellabs Technical Support Contact Information North America Outside North America Postal Address 800.443.5555, select option 1 630.798.7070, select option 1 Tellabs, Inc. One Tellabs Center 1415 West Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 U.S.A.

For more Technical Support information or assistance, perform the following steps: 1. 2. Point your browser to https://www.tellabs.com/. Click Services & Support, and click Technical Support The following information displays: Telephone number contact information by region Links to overviews of support agreements Links FAQs and product technical documentation Links to PDFs of support policies An online RMA request form

Returning Products to Tellabs


Use the following procedure to return defective products to Tellabs. 1. Contact Tellabs Advanced Data Products Technical Support (Table 1.3, page 17-16) to request a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. Carefully repackage the equipment in the original containers. Include a copy of the original bill of lading or the invoice. Address the shipping carton to the Tellabs postal address shown in Table 1.3, page 17-16, Attention: RMA Department. Make sure that the assigned RMA number is clearly visible on the outside of your shipping container.

2. 3.

Note:

Tellabs will not accept equipment that does not have an RMA number, and will return the equipment to you.

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Table 1.3 Tellabs Advanced Data Products RMA Return Address Information North America Outside North America Postal Address 800.443.5555, select option 6 630.798.7070, select option 6 Tellabs Defect Returns CDTI 701 Lakeside #200 Flower Mound, TX 75028

Release Documentation
There are two types of documentation on the Tellabs Portal website you can refer to when looking for the latest release-related documentation that supports each Tellabs product release: Note: The Tellabs Portal is an Internet website containing all released documentation for Tellabs products. This is updated as each release is completed. Refer to Accessing the Tellabs Portal, page 17-17, for details. Feature Package (FP) Documents, page 17-16 Software Release Documents (SRD), page 17-16

Feature Package (FP) Documents


FP documents consists of a variety of manuals that comprise the Tellabs documentation suite for each release, as shown in the following examples: Tellabs 8830 Smart Router System Installation Manual is a manual in the Tellabs 8800 smart router series release. Tellabs 8890 Management System Installation Manual is a manual in the Tellabs 8890 Management System release.

Each release-specific manual is listed and described in the Customer Letter and Master List that accompanies each Tellabs 8800 smart router series and Tellabs 8890 Management System release.

Software Release Documents (SRD)


SRDs are the set of release notes that provide the latest information about a specific Tellabs release, as shown in the following examples: Tellabs 8800 FP9.0.0.0 Software Release Document is an SRD supporting the Tellabs 8800 smart router series platforms and software. Tellabs 8890 FP9.0.0.0 Management System Software Release Document is an SRD supporting the Tellabs 8890 Management System.

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Each SRD provides sections that describe and list the most current information that is contained in the release: Note: General release information Platforms supported Software upgrade procedures Documentation pertaining to the release Existing functional changes from the previous release Caveats in this and previous releases Restrictions and special considerations Contacting Customer Support

To find the latest published information about a release or a product within a release, Tellabs recommends that you first consult the SRD for the release, before consulting the FP documentation.

Accessing the Tellabs Portal


To find the latest version of FP or SRD documentation supporting the Tellabs product release you are interested in, you can search the Tellabs Portal website by performing the following steps: Note: You must first contact Tellabs to set up an account, and obtain a customer user name and password before you can access the Tellabs Portal. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Go to https://www.portal.tellabs.com/. Log in using your customer user name and password. Click the Product Documentation tab. Click Data Networking. Click Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series (8830, 8840, 8860) or Tellabs 8890 Management System. Click Technical Documentation. Click the feature pack or version. Click the document to view its contents.

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Installation Overview
This section introduces the tasks that are typically required to install a Tellabs 8830 smart router. You can begin the Installation process as soon as the site preparation is complete and all system components have been unpacked and inspected.

Installation Checklist
Use Table 2.1, page 17-19, as a checklist while you are installing your Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. The links in the Guidelines column take you to sections in this manual that describe the steps listed in the Task Checklist column. Place a check mark next to each task as you complete it. Table 2.1 First-Time Installation Checklist and Documentation Reference Task Checklist q q q Observe all safety guidelines and standards. Unpack the Tellabs 8830 smart router shipping crate. Disassemble the shipping crate, and inspect and verify the condition of all system components and accessories. q q Mount the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis on a rack. Connect the chassis to earth ground. Connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router to a protected DC or AC power source. q Install the first switch and control cards (SCCs). Guidelines Safety Conventions, page 17-9 Unpacking the Shipping Crate, page 17-21 Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment, page 17-22 Disassembling the Shipping Crate, page 17-22 Inspecting the Accessory Box, page 17-25 Inspecting the Modules and Cards, page 17-26 Verifying Receipt of Components, page 17-27 Mounting the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router in an Equipment Rack, page 17-65 Connecting Ground and Power, page 17-69 Grounding the Chassis and Connecting Power Cables, page 17-73 DC Grounding and Power Requirements, page 17-34 Support for Higher Maximum Operating Voltage, page 17-35 AC Power Requirements, page 17-39 Connecting Ground and Power, page 17-69 DC Power Module Overview, page 17-69 AC Power Module Overview, page 17-71 Grounding the Chassis and Connecting Power Cables, page 17-73 Installing the SCCs, page 17-81

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Table 2.1 First-Time Installation Checklist and Documentation Reference (Continued) Task Checklist q Install the universal line cards (ULCs). Install the physical line modules (PLMs). q q q q Install blank panel covers. Clean every optic transponder and connecting fiber optic cable. Connect the PLMs. Connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router to the external alarm equipment. Connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router to the T1/E1 BITS external timing clocks (if you are using BITS timing). Necessary for Tellabs 8830 smart router management interfacing: System IP address q IP mask Gateway IP address Connecting a Local Console, page 17-93 Guidelines Installing the ULCs, page 17-84 Connecting Alarm Outputs, page 17-92 Installing PLMs, page 17-86 Installing Standard-Size PLMs, page 17-87 Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router PLMs, page 17-88 Installing Blank Panel Covers, page 17-90 Fiber Optic Cleaning, page 17-115 Connecting PLMs to the Optical Network, page 17-91 Connecting Alarm Outputs, page 17-92

Connecting T1/E1 BITS Clocks, page 17-92

Connecting the Management Ethernet Interface, page 17-97 Connecting to the IP Management Network, page 17-97

Connect the local console (computer or terminal server) to the SCC serial port (Main). Apply power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Boot and perform the initial configuration of the system.

q q

Applying and Verifying Power, page 17-94 Booting the System, page 17-95 If you need to modify the boot process, refer to guidelines provided in Appendix B, Setting Boot Parameters, page 17-109, and Viewing and Modifying Boot Parameters, page 17-109.

Note:

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Equipment and Site Preparation


This section describes the contents of the Tellabs 8830 smart router shipping container, site preparation, how to unpack and inspect the equipment, and how to prepare the Tellabs 8830 smart router for installation, described in the following sections: Observing Safety Guidelines, page 17-21 Unpacking the Shipping Crate, page 17-21 Preparing the Site, page 17-27 Connecting Optical Network PLM Cables, page 17-40

Observing Safety Guidelines


To ensure that you install the Tellabs 8830 smart router safely, observe the following guidelines: Review the information in Safety Conventions, page 17-9, for a list of safety information and precautions, and observe all safety admonishments provided in the notes, cautions, and warnings throughout this manual. Comply with all applicable industrial safety requirements, practices, and standards. Refer to Safety and Standards Compliance Specifications, page 17-101, for a listing of these compliance standards. After installing the Tellabs 8830 smart router, protect your equipment by using an ESD grounding strap whenever handling system components. Make sure to follow proper grounding procedures by first establishing an earth ground for the Tellabs 8830 smart router, and attaching a wrist strap to one of the ESD jacks on the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (one is located on the rear panel and another on the front panel). For more details, refer to the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Connector Panel, page 17-56, or the Chassis Overview, page 17-42, for locations.

Unpacking the Shipping Crate


The Tellabs 8830 smart router arrives in a single wooden shipping crate, which contains the following: Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis Tellabs 8830 smart router accessory box Plastic wrap surrounding the chassis Protective foam pads

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Note:

SCCs, ULC, and PLMs are shipped in a separate shipping container, and the type and number depends upon the configuration you are installing.

This section guides you through the unpacking process by describing the following tasks: Note: Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment, page 17-22 Verifying Receipt of Components, page 17-27

Begin inspecting for damage as soon as your shipment arrives. If you detect any signs of damage (including punctures, damp spots, or any crushed corners) at any point when unpacking and inspecting, do not proceed with the unpacking process.

If you do encounter any shipping damage, you must immediately notify the transfer company about the damage, and record the damage on the bill of lading. Make sure that you have the transfer companys agent acknowledge that damage has occurred by signing the bill of lading under the damage notation. Note: Do not discard any of the packing materials until you have completed the unpacking procedures and verified the integrity of your Tellabs 8830 smart router shipment. You may need to reuse the packing materials if you need to return the product to Tellabs.

Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment


This section describes how to remove the Tellabs 8830 smart router equipment from its wooden shipping crate, and determine that you received all of the required equipment, under the following headings: Disassembling the Shipping Crate Disassembling the Shipping Crate, page 17-22 Inspecting the Accessory Box, page 17-25 Inspecting the Modules and Cards, page 17-26

To unpack the Tellabs 8830 smart router, first you need to disassemble the wooden crate, and then remove the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis from the carton and its plastic wrap.

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Caution:
Use safe lifting practices when removing the chassis from the shipping carton. If possible obtain assistance from a second person to remove the chassis from the packaging.

Vorsicht:
Wenden Sie nur sichere Hebemethoden an, um das Chassis aus dem Lieferkarton zu heben. Nach Mglichkeit sollten Sie sich bei der Entfernung des Chassis aus der Verpackung von einer zweiten Person helfen lassen. The unpacking process is described in the following steps (refer to Figure 3.1, page 17-24): 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the packing list from the envelope on the outside of the shipping crate. Use this paperwork to validate the contents. Disassemble the wooden shipping crate by unfastening the metal clips that secure the top to the shipping crate to the pallet base panel. Remove the top cover from the pallet base. Prepare to remove the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis and components from the pallet base. a. Remove the Tellabs 8830 smart router accessory box and set it aside. b. Remove the protective foam pad. c. Remove the plastic wrap used to enshroud the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. 5. Use standard operating procedures (per your site safety guidelines) to carefully lift the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis from the shipping crate. Remove the protective foam pad from under Tellabs 8830 smart router. Set all of the protective foam pads aside for later use. Place the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis on the ground or on a cart for transport to the installation site.

6. 7. 8.

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Figure 3.1

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Shipping Crate and Pallet

Crate top

Accessory Kit

Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis

Protective foam pads Plastic wrap

Shipping crate and pallet base panel

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Inspecting the Accessory Box

Open the Tellabs 8830 smart router accessory box and verify that you have received all items listed in Table 3.1, page 17-25, the DC accessory box version, and Table 3.2, page 17-25, the AC accessory box version. Table 3.1 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router DC Accessory Box Contents

Item Universal Chassis Kit

Description 6-ft Ethernet 6-ft Null modem Two 9-pin adapters for console cable Anti-static (ESD) wrist-band grounding strap with 170 plug termination (standard banana plug) Reversible screwdriver Rack mounting hardware for the Tellabs 8830 smart router: - 10-32 mounting screws (quantity: 10) - 12-24 mounting screws (quantity: 10) Computer adaptor: - 9-pin DB-9 (quantity: 1) Earth grounding lugs: - 2-hole grounding lug stud 6 AWG 1/4-20 (quantity: 2) Input power lugs: - 2-hole input lug for DC input power 6 AWG wire (quantity: 5) Input power terminal block hardware: - M6 flat washers (quantity:10) - M6 split-lock washers (quantity: 10) - M6 hex-nuts (quantity: 10) Cabling guide and mounting hardware - Cable management guide (quantity: 1) - 6-32 mounting screws (quantity: 6) Plastic terminal block cover

Part Number 108.0007

DC Assembly Kit

108.0022

110.0147B

Table 3.2 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Accessory Box Contents Item Universal Chassis Kit Description 6-ft Ethernet 6-ft Null modem Two 9-pin adapters for console cable Anti-static (ESD) wrist-band grounding strap with 170 plug termination (standard banana plug) Reversible screwdriver Part Number 108.0007

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Table 3.2 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Accessory Box Contents (Continued) Item AC Assembly Kit Description Rack mounting hardware for the Tellabs 8830 smart router: - 10-32 mounting screws (quantity: 10) - 12-24 mounting screws (quantity: 10) Earth grounding lugs: - 2-hole grounding lug stud 6 AWG 1/4-20 (quantity: 2) Computer adaptor: - 9-pin DB-9 (quantity: 1) Cabling guide and mounting hardware - Cable management guide (quantity: 1) - 6-32 mounting screws (quantity: 6) AC power cord: - 3-prong power cords (quantity: 2) 150.1160 Part Number 108.0021

Use Figure 5.2, page 17-70, to assemble the DC power blocks on the Tellabs 8830 smart router DC power panel (on the rear of the chassis). Use the items listed in Table 3.1, page 17-25.

Warning:
Ensure that you have completed the assembly of the DC power terminal block before power is applied to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. Do not attempt to assemble the DC power terminal block once power has been applied.

Warnung:
Garantieren Sie, dass Sie den Zusammenbau des Klemmenblockes der DC Spannung abgeschlossen haben, bevor Energie am Tellabs 8830 smart router Chassis angewendet wird. Versuchen Sie nicht, den Klemmenblock der DC Spannung zusammenzubauen, sobald Energie angewendet worden ist. Refer to Connector and Adapter Pinouts, page 17-102, for more information on the connection and adapter pinouts needed to install the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Inspecting the Modules and Cards To unpack the Tellabs 8830 smart router cards and modules, disassemble the shipping container, and remove the individual cardboard carton and ESD wrap that houses the modules and cards, as described in the following steps: 1. 2. 3. Remove the packing list from the envelope on the outside of the shipping container. Use this paperwork to validate the contents. Remove the front panel to reveal the cardboard shipping cartons inside. Each cardboard carton contains a module and card packs. Unpack the module and card packs. a. Pull each cardboard carton from the crate.

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b. Open each cardboard carton to reveal the anti-static wrap and protective foam padding. c. Remove each module and card pack, and place them on an anti-static surface for inspection.

Verifying Receipt of Components


Verify that you have received all of the necessary components to install the Tellabs 8830 smart router by comparing the contents of your shipment with the packing list. If any components are missing, contact the Tellabs Advanced Data Products Technical Support Center. For specifics, refer to Contacting Technical Support, page 17-15, for contact information. If you need to return any components, contact the Tellabs Advanced Data Products Technical Support Center. For specifics, refer to Returning Products to Tellabs, page 17-15, for RMA return address information.

Preparing the Site


This section provides guidelines to ensure you have the proper tools and operational conditions required for installation: Required Tools and Supplies, page 17-27 Equipment Rack Requirements, page 17-29 Environmental Requirements, page 17-34 DC Grounding and Power Requirements, page 17-34 Support for Higher Maximum Operating Voltage, page 17-35 AC Power Requirements, page 17-39

Required Tools and Supplies


Table 3.3, page 17-28, lists tools and supplies typically required to install a Tellabs 8830 smart router. Note: Always use the ESD wrist strap, provided in your accessories package, when handling the Tellabs 8830 smart router circuit packs.

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Table 3.3 Tools and Supplies for Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Installation Item Phillips screwdriver Cable bundling material #1 and #2 Tie-wraps or waxed twine (depending upon the site requirements where the Tellabs 8830 smart router is installed) Marks cables for maintenance purposes Description

Cable identification tags

Table 3.4, page 17-28, lists suggested tools and supplies to connect a DC power feed. Table 3.4 DC Power Feed Installation Supplies Item Nut driver or torque driver Lug crimping tool Wire cutters Wire strippers Digital voltmeter Power cables Description 10 mm socket (needed for M6 nuts on DC terminal blocks) Torque driver with 22 lb-in maximum torque setting Crimps 6 AWG to 8 AWG wire (Burndy or equivalent). Cuts 6 AWG to 8 AWG stranded wire. Strips 6 AWG to 8 AWG stranded wire. Measures 0 VDC to +/-72 VDC. 6 AWG black and red UL-listed tray cable for connecting power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. Tellabs recommends consulting local and national electrical codes (for example, the NEC in the United States) for approved conductor sizing for DC supply connections. Note: Actual size, color, length, and type of cabling needed to connect power to the chassis depend on customer site requirements.

Ground cables

(Minimum) 6 AWG stranded, UL-listed (green with yellow stripe) safety ground wire needs of a sufficient length to reach the nearest available earth ground. Tellabs recommends consulting the local and national electrical codes for approved conductor sizing for DC ground connections. Note: The actual size, color, length, and type of ground cables needed to reach the nearest earth ground depend on site requirements.

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Equipment Rack Requirements


The Tellabs 8830 smart router is shipped with mounting brackets (shown in Figure 4.1, page 17-41 and Figure 4.3, page 17-45) pre-installed in position for installation in a 19-inch (17.750-inch wide, inside rail-to-rail) global seismic EIA relay rack. If you plan to install your Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis in a larger rack, you must order the appropriate brackets. Table 3.5, page 17-29 lists optional mounting kits available for the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Figure 3.2, page 17-30 and Figure 3.3, page 17-31, show the front and side views of a Tellabs 8830 smart router with mounting brackets attached, being installed in a front-mount (flush) style in the relay rack. Figure 3.4, page 17-31 and Figure 3.5, page 17-32, show the front and side views of a Tellabs 8830 smart router being installed in a mid-mount (protruding) style in the relay rack. Figure 3.6, page 17-32 and Figure 3.7, page 17-33, show the front and side views of a Tellabs 8830 smart router with seismic rack mounting brackets attached, being installed in a seismic-mount on the rack.

Tellabs recommends you use the 19-inch rack (P/N 149.0249) in conjunction with the FE/DS-3 patch panel. This rack will work with the 10-inch spacer (P/N 149.0022) and the FE/DS-3 patch panel will mount on it. Note: The seismic mounting brackets are intended for use with Global Seismic Frames (0GS-xxx series) manufactured by Hendry, Inc., or equivalent.

Table 3.5 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Mounting Kits Part Number 81.8830-RM23 81.8830-SM23 81.8830-SM19 Description Tellabs 8830 smart router 23-inch rack mounting brackets Tellabs 8830 smart router 23-inch seismic rack mounting brackets Tellabs 8830 smart router 19-inch seismic rack mounting brackets

Note:

The seismic mounting brackets are intended for use with Global Seismic Frames (0GS-xxx series) manufactured by Telect. There are two seismic rack sizes: Tellabs P/N 149.0246 for the 23-inch open frame seismic rack, and Tellabs P/N 149.0249 for the 19-inch rack open frame seismic rack.

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Figure 3.2

Rack Mounting Bracket (Flush-Mount, Front View)


Rack rail

Flush-mount bracket position

Mounting bracket

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Figure 3.3

Rack Mounting Bracket (Flush-Mount, Side View)


4.75-in (12.07-cm)

Mounting bracket

Figure 3.4

Rack Mounting Bracket (Mid-Mount, Front View)

Mounting bracket (supplied with chassis)

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Figure 3.5

Rack Mounting Bracket (Mid-Mount, Side View)


1.10-in (2.8-cm) 11.38 (28.9-cm)

14.00-in (35.5-cm)

23.28-in (59.13-cm)

Mounting bracket

Figure 3.6

Rack Mounting Bracket (Seismic-Mount, Front View)

Seismic bracket

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Figure 3.7

Rack-Mounting Bracket (Seismic-Mount) Side View

Rack vertical channel section

Seismic rack-mounting bracket

9.45-inch (24.0 cm) Channel width

Mounting bracket supplied with chassis

Note:

To obtain NEBS Zone 4 earthquake compliance, you must use the Tellabs 19-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0249), or the Tellabs 23-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0246). To perform a seismic-mounting of the Tellabs 8830 smart router requires you to use either designated open frame seismic rack and include the two brackets per side.

Refer to Figure 3.7, page 17-33, for a side-view of the rack-mounting brackets used when performing a seismic-mounting of the Tellabs 8830 smart router. To obtain NEBS Zone 4 earthquake compliance, you must order the following mounting kits for use with your seismic rack: P/N 81.8830-SM19 for 19-inch rack P/N 81.8830-SM23 for 23-inch rack

For information about modifying the bracket positions for your rack configuration, refer to Adjusting the Mounting Brackets, page 17-67.

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Environmental Requirements
Specific details and values for following key environmental requirements for the Tellabs 8830 smart router system are listed in Table A.2, page 17-100: Operating temperature Operating relative humidity Storage and transit temperature Storage and transit humidity Altitude Seismic/earthquake Thermal output Operating noise emission

DC Grounding and Power Requirements


To minimize shock hazard, the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis must be properly connected to an electrical ground. The DC-version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router accommodates redundant power feeds. The Tellabs 8830 smart router system is designed to operate on only one feed, which provides sufficient power to meet all of the minimum requirements listed in Table 3.6, page 17-34. When the Tellabs 8830 smart router system is installed in a redundant power application, both DC power feeds must be connected and compliant with these minimum requirements. Power circuit breakers and earth ground connections are defined in Table 3.7, page 17-35. The 48V DC power distribution within the chassis is independent down to the unit level (circuit packs, fans, and system panel electronics). Table 3.6 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router DC Power Requirements Description Voltage range Maximum current (at 40 VDC)
Ground

Minimum 40 VDC 32.5A 42 VDC 30.95A (List 2 current) 1300W 50A 40A

Nominal 48 VDC 27.08A List 1 current) 1300W 50A 40A

Maximum 60.0 VDC 22.93A

Maximum power Suggested fuse size Suggested breaker size

1300W 50A 50A

1300W 40A 30A

In Table 3.6, page 17-34, List 1 current is considered normal operating current drain, and List 2 is worst-condition current drain. Use List 2 information to calculate cable size. List 2 current drain can differ according to customer requirements, since it is based on the power plant design at the customer site.

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In general, the following definitions apply: List 1 Current Drains - Average busy hour current of equipment at normal operating voltage. Used to size batteries and rectifiers. List 2 Current Drains - Maximum current drain of equipment under low voltage conditions. Used for sizing cabling and over current-protective devices.

The chassis design includes two DC input power blocks, which provide a 1:1 redundancy from two separate, independent DC power sources. Table 3.7, page 17-35, defines the DC power cabling requirements. Table 3.7 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router DC Cabling Requirements Item Power and Ground Connections Description Use 6 AWG wires for all power and ground connections. Consult your national electrical codes (for example, the NEC in the United States). Each DC power block requires two (A and B) power sources. Each branch circuit must have a 40A circuit breaker at the source. Wires that connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router to the power sources should be capable of carrying up to 32.5A. Tellabs recommends consulting the local electrical or NEC codes for approved conductor sizing for DC supply connections. Connect the 48 VDC source that complies with the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) requirements in UL 1950, IEC 950, EN 60950, and CSA C22.2 No. 950-95.

DC Power Source
Ground

DC power sources must be derived from a dedicated DC branch circuit, and each branch circuit must be protected by a dedicated circuit breaker. The installation site should have a dedicated 15A single-pole circuit breaker with a medium trip delay at each branch circuit (or a 50A fuse at the associated power distribution panel). Mandatory: You must connect an earth-ground cable to the 1/4-20 UNC studs located on the rear panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Note: The ground cable for the DC-version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router must be capable of handling 50A of current.

Support for Higher Maximum Operating Voltage


Tellabs provides over-voltage (OV) maximum operating voltage up to 60 VDC to accommodate international customers. The maximum operating voltage is 60 VDC. Tellabs 8800 smart router series systems shut down when voltage exceeds a sustained 60.0 VDC. The earlier revisions of system modules and components supported a maximum voltage of 58.1 VDC, with the Tellabs 8800 smart router series systems shutting down when voltage exceeded a sustained 58.1 VDC.

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Table 3.8, page 17-36, lists and describes the Tellabs system modules and components, and provides a revision level for those that are affected by this increased maximum operating voltage tolerance range. Note 1: The change to the maximum operating voltage tolerance range requires no change to the functionality of the stock keeping units (SKUs) that are referenced in Table 3.8, page 17-36. Customers running Tellabs 8800 smart router series systems that will be operating at the maximum operating voltage tolerance range must use one of the 60 VDC-rated fan tray assemblies listed in Table 3.8, page 17-36. Table 3.8 Tellabs Components Affected Tellabs P/N 83.8830-FT-R5 81.8830-DC Description Tellabs 8830 Fan Tray Spare, 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8830 Shelf Unit DC (chassis with 4 PLM trays, 15 PLM slot blanking panels (SBPs), 4 rear blanking panels (RBPs), 1 system panel, 2 fan trays, and 2 air filters), 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8830 Switch & Control Card (SCC) Tellabs 8830 2MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-1) Tellabs 8830 9MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-2) Tellabs 8830 18MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-2) Tellabs 8840 Fan Tray Spare, 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8840 Shelf Unit DC (chassis with 1 system panel, 1 fan tray, and 1 air filter), 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8860 Fan Tray Spare, 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8860 Shelf Unit DC (chassis with 1 system panel, 1 fan tray, and 1 air filter), 60 VDC-rated Tellabs 8860/8840 Switch & Control Card (SCC) Tellabs 8860/8840 2MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-1) Revision Level A D

Note 2:

81.8830-SCC-A 81.8830-ULC-1 81.8830-ULC-2 82.8830-ULC-2-R5 82.8840-FT-R5 81.8840-DC

E D C A A L

82.8860-FT-R5 81.8860-DC

A R

81.88X0-SCC 82.88X0-ULC-1

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Table 3.8 Tellabs Components Affected (Continued) Tellabs P/N 83.88X0-ULC-1-R5 81.88X0-ULC-2 81.88X0-ULC-3-R5 81.88X0-PLM192C-23 Description Tellabs 8860/8840 18MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-1) Tellabs 8860/8840 9MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-2) Tellabs 8860/8840 36MB CAM Universal Line Card (ULC-3) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF LR-2 (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF SR-1 (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF IR-2 (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF SR-1 (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF IR-2 (9 MB CAM version, includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF LR-2 (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF LR (LAN PHY) (included new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF LW (WAN PHY) (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ER (LAN PHY) (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF EW (WAN PHY) (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF LR (LAN PHY) (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ER (LAN PHY) (includes integrated ULC-1) Revision Level A K A D

82.88X0-PLM192C-11

82.88X0-PLM192C-22

81.88X0-PLM192C-31

81.88X0-PLM192C-32

81.88X0-PLM192C-33

82.88X0-PLM10GE-20

82.88X0-PLM10GE-21

82.88X0-PLM10GE-30

81.88X0-PLM10GE-31

81.88X0-PLM10GE-40

81.88X0-PLM10GE-50

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Table 3.8 Tellabs Components Affected (Continued) Tellabs P/N 81.88X0-PLM10GE-51 Description 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF EW (WAN PHY) (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ZR (LAN PHY) (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ZW (WAN PHY) (includes new integrated ULC-1) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ZR (LAN PHY) (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM -SMF ZW (WAN PHY) (includes integrated ULC-2) 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF SR-1 XFP (includes new integrated ULC-1) XFP ordered separately 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c Multi-Service PLM - SMF SR-1 (includes integrated ULC-2) XFP ordered separately 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP SMF (LAN PHY) PLM (includes new integrated ULC-1, XFP ordered separately) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP SMF (WAN PHY) PLM (includes new integrated ULC-1; XFP ordered separately) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP SMF (LAN PHY) PLM (includes integrated ULC-2; XFP ordered separately) 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP SMF (WAN PHY) PLM (includes integrated ULC-2; XFP ordered separately) Revision Level C

82.88X0-PLM10GE-60

81.88X0-PLM10GE-61

81.88X0-PLM10GE-80

81.88X0-PLM10GE-81

81.88X0-PLM192C-X1

81.88X0-PLM192C-X2

81.88X0-PLM10G-XL1

81.88X0-PLM10G-XW1

81.88X0-PLM10G-XL2

81.88X0-PLM10G-XW2

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AC Power Requirements
To minimize shock hazard, the Tellabs 8830 smart router must be connected to an electrical ground. The AC-version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router accommodates redundant power feeds. The Tellabs 8830 smart router system is designed to operate on only one feed, which provides sufficient power to meet all of the minimum requirements listed in Table 3.9, page 17-39. When the Tellabs 8830 smart router system is installed in a redundant power application, both AC power feeds must be connected and compliant with these minimum requirements. Power circuit breakers and earth ground connections are defined in Table 3.9, page 17-39. The AC power distribution within the chassis is independent down to the unit level (circuit packs, fans, and system panel electronics). Table 3.9 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Power Requirements Description Voltage Frequency Power Cord Note: Two NEMA L6-20P power cords with locking plug connector are supplied with each Tellabs 8830 smart router AC system. 15A 15A at 200-230 VAC Minimum 200 VAC 50 Hz 16 AWG (required) Maximum 230 VAC 60 Hz ---

Current Feed Fusing

The size of the fusing is in accordance with relevant local, regional, or NEC codes to protect the feed wire. The design provides for two AC input power supply modules, which provide a 1:1 redundancy. Table 3.10, page 17-39, defines the AC power and ground cabling requirements. Table 3.10 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Cabling Requirements

Item Power and Ground Connections

Description Use 6 AWG wires for all power and ground connections. Consult your national electrical codes (for example, the NEC in the United States). The system requires two (A and B) AC power sources. Tellabs recommends consulting the local electrical or NEC codes for approved conductor sizing for AC supply connections. Connect the AC source that complies with the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) requirements in UL 1950, IEC 950, EN 60950, and CSA C22.2 No. 950-95.

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Table 3.10 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Cabling Requirements (Continued) Item AC Power Source
Ground

Description AC power sources must be derived from a dedicated AC branch circuit, and each branch circuit must be protected by a dedicated circuit breaker. The installation site should have a dedicated 50A single-pole circuit breaker with a medium trip delay at each branch circuit (or a 50A fuse at the associated power distribution panel). Mandatory: You must connect an earth-ground cable to the 1/4-20 UNC studs located on the rear panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Note: The ground cable for the AC-version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router must be capable of handling 32.5A of current.

Connecting Optical Network PLM Cables


For information about PLM types, PLM product codes, and descriptions of the required optical network cables needed for PLMs during the installation of the Tellabs 8830 smart router, refer to PLM Descriptions in the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41. Note: Refer to Release Documentation, page 17-16, for a complete listing of the Tellabs documentation that supports this release.

Fiber Optic and Optic Transponder Cleaning


Tellabs requires that the personnel who are performing the equipment setup and initialization of the Tellabs 8830 smart router make sure to clean every optic transponder and connecting fiber optic cable during the installation process prior to any operation of the system. Refer to the following sections in Fiber Optic Cleaning, page 17-115, for specific details: Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116 Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118 Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures, page 17-124 Cleaning Connectors, page 17-127

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Equipment Overview
This section provides an overview of the components included in the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Figure 4.1, page 17-41, shows key components on the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. Details are provided in the following sections: Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis and Front Panel, page 17-42 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Connector Panel, page 17-56 Physical Line Modules (PLMs), page 17-45 Using Blank Panels, page 17-61 T1/E1 BITS External Timing Connectors, page 17-61 BITS Clock and Alarm Reporting Modes, page 17-62

Figure 4.1

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis


System panel

Physical Line Module slots (3-1, and 4-2) Mounting bracket

Fan tray assembly 2

Fan tray assembly 1

Front panel ESD jack Rack

Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis

Air intakes

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The Tellabs 8830 smart router components are described under the following headings: Chassis Overview, page 17-42 Chassis Card Cage, page 17-43 System Panel, page 17-48 Fan Tray Assemblies, page 17-51 Air Filters, page 17-53 Cable Management System, page 17-55

Chassis Overview
Figure 4.1, page 17-41, and Figure 4.2, page 17-44, provide a front view of the Tellabs 8830 smart router system chassis. The chassis design includes the following features and components: Mid-plane design supports installations into 19-inch and 23-inch global seismic equipment EIA relay racks. PLMs are installed through the front panel. ULCs and SCCs are installed through the rear panel. A forced air cooling system uses side-mounted tubular axial cooling fans that are contained in two fan tray assemblies.

Note:

The system panel, air filter, and fan tray assemblies are all field-replaceable units (FRU) for the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Supports the use of either highline AC power modules or a 48V DC input terminal blocks. Four dedicated slots for ULCs and two slots for SCCs do not require any corresponding ULC and SCC slot dependencies for operation:

- ULC slots are designated as ULC 1, ULC 2, ULC 3, and ULC 4 - SCC slots are designated as SCC 1 and SCC 2 Supports up to 16 standard-size PLMs, or a combination of standard-size and larger Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs.

Note:

The Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis supports two Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs: the Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM and the Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c PLM. These larger size PLMs are designed specifically for the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis and will not fit into any other Tellabs 8800 smart router series. The Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs occupy the same space that is normally dedicated to four standard-size PLMs. For details about installing the larger PLMs, refer to Installing PLMs, page 17-86.

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ESD jacks on the front and rear panels of the chassis prevent ESD discharge damage to the ULC, SCC, and PLM components inside the Tellabs 8830 smart router during maintenance or installation. ESD jacks on both front and rear panels also contain wrist grounding strap attachment points.

Note:

Always attach the wrist grounding strap to one of these ESD jacks whenever you are installing components or performing maintenance on the Tellabs 8830 smart router system.

The mid-plane design of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis provides access from both the front panel and rear panel. This design allows: All installed ULCs, SCCs, AC power supply units, and air filters to be plugged in to the chassis through the rear of the unit. All installed PLMs, fan tray assemblies, and the system panel to be plugged into the chassis through the front of the unit.

Chassis Card Cage


The Tellabs 8830 smart router mid-plane chassis card cage provides slots into which the following system components may be installed: Up to four ULCs (ULC 1, ULC 2, ULC 3, and ULC 4) can be installed through the rear panel of the unit. Up to two SCC cards (SCC 1 and SCC 2) can be installed through the rear panel of the unit. Up to 16 standard-size PLMs can be installed through the front panel (or a combination of standard-size and larger-size Tellabs 8830 smart router PLM types). An appropriate number of card blank panels to cover any empty chassis slots (SSC, ULC, or PLM).

Chassis Front View


Figure 4.2, page 17-44, shows the front view of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis with the following front panel PLM slot options and their corresponding rear panel ULC slots: ULC 1card blank panels installed in PLM slots 1, 2, 3, and 4 ULC 2four Gigabit Ethernet PLMs installed in slots 1, 2, 3, and 4 ULC 3card blank panels installed in PLM slots 1, 2, 3, and 4 ULC 4one Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM installed

Note:

The Tellabs listed accessory cards are intended only for use in Tellabs UL Listed end-use equipment, for example, SCCs, ULCs, and PLMs.

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Figure 4.2

Front View of Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis

ULC 4

ULC 3

ULC 2

ULC 1

PLM slots (slot 1, 2, 3, and 4)

Cable management system location

Chassis Rear View


Figure 4.3, page 17-45 shows the rear view of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. There are four defined ULC slots in the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. These are labeled on the rear panel of the unit from top to bottom as: ULC 4 ULC 3 ULC 2 ULC 1

Each ULC resides in a slot in the mid-plane, and is installed from the rear of the chassis. Each ULC slot has a direct relationship with the (up to four) standard-size PLMs (labeled as 3, 4, 1, and 2) that can be installed from the front panel. For ULC replacement procedures, refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26.

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Figure 4.3

Rear View of Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis


DC Power Block A On/Off Switch DC Power Block B On/Off Switch

DC Power Block A

DC Power Block B

ESD Jack

ULC 4

Mounting Brackets

SCC 2

Fan Filter Assembly (two filters)

ULC 3

Chassis Grounding Studs


ULC 2

SCC 1

ULC 1

For centralized DC Power Connection, install only in restricted access area. Remove both power cords to shut down.

Figure 4.3, page 17-45, shows the locations of the four ULC slots and the two SCC slots on the rear panel. Note: Card blank panels must cover all unpopulated SCC and ULC slots (for details, refer to Using Blank Panels, page 17-61).

Physical Line Modules (PLMs)


Status LEDs on the faceplate of PLMs provide a visual indication of the overall status of the PLM. PLM status LEDs are described in Table 4.1, page 17-46, and PLM slots are shown in Figure 4.1, page 17-41. For more information about the supported PLM types that can be installed in the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis, refer to the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41. Note: The Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet and Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c PLMs are designed specifically for use in the Tellabs 8830 smart router.

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Table 4.1 PLM Status LEDs PLM Status LED Color and Probable Causes LED PLM: Gigabit Ethernet Fast Ethernet
Off Green Red

PLM Status LED: PLM is enabled and in a good state, and has passed diagnostic tests. PLM Port Status LED: Optical signal good (meets minimum optical receive sensitivity) as detected by receiver.

PLM Status LED: PLM is either disabled, or enabled but not working correctly due to a faulty state (diagnostic failure or card type mismatch against current configuration). PLM Port Status LED: Port alarm due to BER failure, optical signal not detected.

PLM Status LED Color and Probable Causes LED PLM: OC-3/STM-1, OC-3/STM-1, OC-3/STM-1 ATM IMA, OC-12/STM-4, OC-48/STM-16
Off Green Red

PLM Status LED: PLM is enabled and in a good state, and has passed diagnostic tests. PLM Port Status LED: Optical signal good (meets minimum optical receive sensitivity) as detected by receiver. PLM Status LED: INS PLM is enabled, in a good state, and passing the diagnostic tests.

PLM Status LED: PLM is either disabled, or enabled but not working correctly due to a faulty state (diagnostic failure or card type mismatch against current configuration). PLM Port Status LED: Port alarm due to BER failure, optical signal not detected, other SONET/SDH alarms. PLM Status LED: FAIL PLM is either disabled, or enabled but not working correctly due to a faulty state (diagnostic failure or card type mismatch with current configuration). PLM Port Status PLM: FAIL Port alarm is due to a BER failure, or because an optical signal is not being detected, or other type of SONET/SDH-related alarm.

PLM: 8830 OC-192/STM-64, 8830 OC-192/STM-64 XFP, OC-192c/STM-64c, OC-192c/STM-64c XFP

PLM Port Status LED: ACT Optical signal meets minimum optical receive sensitivity as detected by receiver.

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Table 4.1 PLM Status LEDs (Continued) PLM Status LED Color and Probable Causes LED PLM: DS3 Concatenated, DS3 Channelized
Off Green Red

PLM Status LED: PLM is enabled, in a good state, and passing the diagnostic tests.

PLM Status LED: PLM is either disabled, or enabled but not working correctly due to a faulty state (diagnostic failure or card type mismatch with current configuration). PLM Port Status PLM: Port alarm is due to a BER failure, or because the signal is not being detected, or there is another type of alarm. PLM Status LED: FAIL PLM is either disabled, or enabled but not working correctly due to a faulty state (a diagnostic failure, card type mismatch with current configuration, or no fiber connections). PLM Port Status PLM: FAIL Port alarm is due to a BER failure, or because an optical signal is not being detected.

PLM Port Status LED: Electrical signal is good as detected by receiver.

PLM: 8830 10 Gigabit Ethernet, 8830 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP

PLM Status LED: INS PLM is enabled, in a good state, and has passed the diagnostic tests (in-service with fiber connections). PLM Port Status LED: ACT Optical signal meets minimum optical receive sensitivity as detected by receiver.

For details about removing and replacing standard-size PLMs, refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26. For specific information about supported PLMs, refer to the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41. Refer to Release Documentation, page 17-16, for a list of all of the related Tellabs documentation for this release of Tellabs 8800 smart router series products. Note: For details about how to remove and replace the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs (the Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM and the Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c PLM), refer to TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26.

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System Panel
The Tellabs 8830 smart router system panel (Figure 4.4, page 17-48) is located on the front of the chassis, and contains the following components: Environmental status LEDs Alarm LEDs ULC card status LEDs SCC card status LEDs Alarm cutoff (ACO) button BITS IN A and BITS IN B connectors Alarms connector Serial connector

The environmental status, alarm, and ULC card status LEDs are described in Table 4.2, page 17-49. Figure 4.4 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router System Panel
BITS In A connector BITS In B connector

Environmental status and alarm LEDs

Alarms connector Management serial interface

SCC 1 and SCC 2 status LEDs

PWR A

PWR B

ULC 1

ULC 2

ULC 3

FAN 1

FAN 2

MIN

ULC 4

CRIT

MAJ

TEMP

ACT

ACO

BITS IN A

BITS IN B

ALARMS

MGMT

SERIAL

SB
CPU

SCC 1 SCC 2

Power LEDs

ULC status LEDs

ACO button

Management Ethernet interface

System Panel and Card LEDs


Under normal operating conditions, when an SCC is active in the Tellabs 8830 smart router, the LEDs on the ULC and SCC faceplates match the corresponding LEDs on the system panel. When no SCC is currently active, the LEDs on the ULC and SCC faceplates may not match the LEDs on the system panel. When a node restart is performed and the node reboots, the TMOS software clears all of the LEDs on the system panel except for the PWR (Power) LEDs. This prevents older status information from being displayed on the system panel LEDs while the node is restarting. Once a SCC is again active, the system panel LEDs are updated to match the state of the LEDs on the ULC and SCC faceplates.

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Environmental Status, Alarm, and SCC LEDs


The system panel shows the current state of the environmental status, alarm, and SCC LEDs, based on the colors displayed. Figure 4.5, page 17-49, shows how the LEDs are grouped on the system panel. The environmental status and alarm LED colors are described in Table 4.2, page 17-49. The SCC 1 and SCC 2 status LED status colors are described in Table 4.3, page 17-50. Figure 4.5 System Panel Environmental Status, Alarm, and SCC LEDs

The following environmental status, alarm, and SCC LEDs are displayed on the system panel: PWR A (status of power source A) PWR B (status of power source B) CRT (Critical alarm) MAJ (Major alarm) MIN (Minor alarm) FAN 1 (fan tray assembly 1) FAN 2 (fan tray assembly 2) TEMP (temperature alarm) ULC 1 (operational alarm status) ULC 2 (operational alarm status) ULC 3 (operational alarm status) ULC 4 (operational alarm status) SCC 1 and SCC 2

- ACT (Active) - SB (Standby) - CPU Table 4.2 Environmental Status and Alarm LED Descriptions
Environmental Status and Alarm LED Color Descriptions LED PWR A Off No power supplied, or out of range, at A (primary) lug. Green Red N/A N/A Yellow

48 VDC and return are


present at A (primary) lug.

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Table 4.2 Environmental Status and Alarm LED Descriptions (Continued)


PWR B CRT (Critical) MAJ (Major) MIN (Minor) FAN 1 No power supplied, or out of range, at B (redundant) lug. No alarm events

48 VDC and return are


present at B (redundant) lug. N/A

N/A System failure Hardware LED test System major alarm Hardware LED test N/A

N/A N/A

No alarm events

N/A

N/A

No alarm events

N/A

System minor alarm Hardware LED test N/A

Fans operating normally

N/A

Fan failure Hardware LED test

Environmental Status and Alarm LED Color Descriptions LED FAN 2 Off Fans operating normally N/A Green Red Fan failure Hardware LED test Exceeds configured duration threshold Hardware LED test ULC fault Hardware LED test N/A Yellow

TEMP

Temperature within acceptable limits

N/A

N/A

ULC 1 ULC 2 ULC 3 ULC 4

No ULC Unprovisioned ULC

ULC properly provisioned and operating normally Hardware LED test

N/A

The ULC status LEDs are located on the system panel one LED for each of the four ULCs and indicate the overall status of installed ULCs.

SCC 1 and SCC 2 LEDs


The SCC 1 and SCC 2 status LEDs are labeled ACT, SB, and CPU. SCC 1 and SCC 2 status severity is reported by the displayed LED colors, as described in Table 4.3, page 17-50. The SCC status LEDs are also located on the system panel three LEDs each for the SCC 1 and SCC 2 and indicate the overall status of each SCC installed in the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis slot. Table 4.3 SCC 1 and SCC 2 LED Status Descriptions Alarm LED Color and Probable Causes LED ACT (Active) SB (Standby) CPU Off SCC is not in either an active or standby state SCC is not in either an active or standby state Green SCC is in an active state SCC is in a standby state Red ----SCC is operationally Down

SCC is not provisioned or has SCC is operationally Up been administratively Disabled

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ACO Button
The Tellabs 8830 smart router alarm cutoff (ACO) button (Figure 4.4, page 17-48) lets you silence audible alarms and activate hardware LED tests. To silence an audible alarm, quickly press the ACO button. To activate hardware LED tests, refer to Hardware LED Testing, page 17-51.

Serial Connectors
Each SCC contains a DB-9 male serial port, known as the MAIN port. The system panel on the front of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis also contains a DB-9 male, RS-232 serial port, known as the AUX port in the TMOS command-line interface (CLI). Always use the MAIN port on the active SCC to log in to the Tellabs 8830 smart router and connect to the management IP network, or perform initial configuration, diagnostic, or debugging activities. To learn how to set up serial communications with the Tellabs 8830 smart router from an SCC, refer to Connecting a Local Console, page 17-93.

Hardware LED Testing


LED test functions are provided for all LEDs on the system panel. To activate a hardware LED test, press and hold the ACO button for at least three seconds. With the exception of LEDs that are currently in a red alarm state (they will remain in this state throughout the hardware test), green LED activity is followed by red LED activity for the following: TEMP (temperature status) FAN 1/FAN 2 (cooling fan status) ULC 1/ULC 2/ULC 3/ULC 4 (line card status) SCC 1/SCC 2 (switch card status)

Fan Tray Assemblies


The Tellabs 8830 smart router contains two fan tray assemblies that provide the cooling for the chassis and system. These fan tray assemblies are located at the left side of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (front-view). The fan assemblies house 14 cooling fans that provide airflow and heat dissipation for the chassis. Each fan tray contains seven tubular axial fans. Three large fans cool the SCCs and ULCs at the rear of the chassis and four smaller fans cool the PLMs at the front of the chassis. Figure 4.6, page 17-52, shows the top fan tray assembly (FAN 2) partially pulled out of the chassis. Figure 4.7, page 17-53, shows the side view of an entire fan tray assembly. Each unit is replaceable onsite, and network services are not interrupted when a fan tray is removed for servicing. Before replacing a fan tray assembly, make sure that you have a standby fan tray available. Note: Do not leave the Tellabs 8830 smart router running for longer than three minutes without at least one fan tray assembly installed (FAN 1 or FAN 2).

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The chassis design provides for fan redundancy. In the event that any fan fails, the remaining fans in that fan tray continue to cool the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. In the Tellabs 8830 smart router, fan status and temperature status are indicated in the following ways:
A FAN 1/FAN 2 failure LED that lights red on the system panel

indicates a fan failure, which is also reported to the Tellabs 8890 Management System. If the internal temperature exceeds the temperature thresholds, the TEMP failure LED lights red on the system panel, and the temperature excess is reported to the Tellabs 8890 Management System. Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Fan Tray Assembly (FAN 2)

Figure 4.6

P WR A

P WRB

C R IT

M A J

F A N1

M IN

F A N2

TEMP

UL C 1

UL C 2

UL C 3

4
T X
OK FAIL

UL C 4

RX

T X

3
T X
OK FAIL

RX

T X

3
T X
OK FAIL

1
RX

T X

OK FAIL

RX

3
2

T X

RX RX
4

T X

1
2

The two fan tray assemblies for the Tellabs 8830 smart router draw air in through the intakes at the right side of the chassis. This airflow acts to cool the chassis interior. The air passes through the chassis interior and is exhausted through the vents on the left side of the chassis. The three large cooling fans at the rear of the fan assembly tray are considered smart because they have two operating speeds. External controls that act independently of the input voltage control fan speed. The fan speed control runs the large fans at either low or high speed, depending on the internal temperature of the chassis. The four smaller cooling fans at the front of the fan tray always run in the high-speed mode. Note: Figure 4.7, page 17-53, shows the side view of one of the fan tray assemblies removed from the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis.

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Figure 4.7

Fan Tray Assembly (Side View)

Air Filters
The Tellabs 8830 smart router air filter assemblies sit at the left side of the rear of the chassis (refer to Figure 4.8, page 17-53), between the chassis cover and the card cage. Figure 4.8 Air Filter Assemblies Location on Rear Panel
ON ON

A l RTN
FOR CENTRALIZED DC POWER CONNECTION. INSTALL ONLY IN A RESTRICTED ACCESS AREA. REMOVE BOTH POWER CORDS TO SHUTDOWN.

-48 V

l RTN

Air filter latch


(shown secured)

ULC 4 SCC 2

FAN 2 filter

ULC 3

ULC 2

FAN 1 filter

SCC 1

ULC 1

The Tellabs 8830 smart router contains two air filters that filter the cooling air being drawn into the chassis and reduces the possibility of internal contamination. Figure 4.9, page 17-54, shows one of the air filters removed from the chassis. There are two air filter assemblies for the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis and these are located adjacent to the air intakes on the left side of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (from a rear panel orientation; refer to Figure 4.8, page 17-53). Figure 4.10, page 17-55, show the air flow through chassis.

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Figure 4.9

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Air Filter Assembly

Air filter latch

Maintaining the proper operation of the cooling system for the Tellabs 8830 smart router may require servicing one or more of the air filters that part of the fan tray assemblies. An air filter kit (Tellabs P/N 81.8830-AF) includes all the filters needed for the chassis. Refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26, for removal and replacement procedures. Note: In a Central Office environment, inspect the air filters every six to twelve months. If there is a visibly significant accumulation of dust or debris, the filter should be replaced. It is a good practice to replace air filters once a year. The replaced air filter is disposable locally as they are RoHS (EU and China) and WEEE compliant. Do not return them to Tellabs as they cannot be cleaned and reused. The primary function of the air filter is to prevent dust from entering the chassis and depositing on the printed circuit assemblies. Even with a significant accumulation of dust or debris on the air filter, the air flow is not substantially impeded and the air temperature within the chassis may rise only a few degrees higher than a fan tray with new air filters.

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Figure 4.10

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Air Flow through Chassis

Cable Management System


The Tellabs 8830 smart router contains a cable routing guide for cable management. This cable guide attaches to the right side of the front panel of the chassis (when viewed from the front). The cable management system organizes and routes cables to and from PLMs installed in the front panel of the chassis (refer to Figure 4.11, page 17-56). The cable routing guide is positioned vertically along the right-hand edge of the chassis front panel. The cable routing guide is integrated into the chassis assembly. The cable routing guide and mounting hardware are included in the Tellabs 8830 smart router accessory box, and are installed at the customer site (refer to Table 3.1, page 17-25).

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Figure 4.11

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Cable Management System Example

3
2

4
2

TX

RX

TX

RX

RX

TX

2
RX TX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

RX

TX

Cable routing guide

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Connector Panel


The rear connector panel (Figure 4.12, page 17-57) contains the system components described under the following headings: DC Terminal Blocks, page 17-57 AC Power Supply, page 17-58 Chassis Grounding, page 17-58 ESD Jack Location, page 17-59

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Figure 4.12

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis, Rear Connector Panel (DC-Version)


DC Power Block A On/Off Switch DC Power Block B On/Off Switch

DC Power Block A

DC Power Block B

ESD Jack

ULC 4

Mounting Brackets

SCC 2

Fan Filter Assembly (two filters)

ULC 3

Chassis Grounding Studs


ULC 2

SCC 1

ULC 1

For centralized DC Power Connection, install only in restricted access area. Remove both power cords to shut down.

Note:

Figure 4.12, page 17-57, shows the DC terminal block version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router with the plastic cover removed.

DC Terminal Blocks
The Tellabs 8830 smart router DC-version powered chassis contains two DC terminal blocks on the rear panel that must be wired at the installation site. Each DC terminal block is equipped with the following inputs: 48V RTN (return)

Each DC terminal block is capable of supplying and all of the necessary power requirements for the chassis slots, system panel, PLMs, SCCs, ULCs, LEDs, and cooling fans. Each DC terminal block has a dedicated On/Off switch that controls it (for example, the On/Off switch for Input A powers only that DC terminal block on or off).

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DC power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis must be supplied by an independent 48 VDC primary power source. The second DC terminal block provides a 1:1 DC power redundancy protection should one of the DC terminal blocks fail. An optional second 48V power source can provide redundant power to the chassis. DC power guidelines are provided in Connecting Ground and Power, page 17-69.

AC Power Supply
The Tellabs 8830 smart router AC-version chassis contains two removable AC power modules (refer to Figure 4.13, page 17-58) that slide into the rear panel and plug into the mid-plane. Each AC power module is capable of providing 2000 Watts independently, so each module alone is capable of providing sufficient to power the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. Each AC power module has a dedicated On/Off switch that controls it (for example, the On/Off switch for AC power module A only controls the power to module A). Having two AC power modules provides both load sharing and redundancy protection. AC power modules are hot-swappable. Situated between the two AC power modules on the rear panel are two standard IEC-320 AC C14 male receptacles. The AC power cords supplied with the Tellabs 8830 smart router are equipped with standard IEC-320 C13 female plugs on the system end of the cable, and NEMA l6-20P plugs on the power end of the cable. Figure 4.13 Tellabs 8830 Smart Router AC Power Supply Modules

AC power module (A)

AC On/Off switch A

AC power C14 male receptacles

AC On/Off switch B

AC power module (B)

Additional AC power guidelines are provided in Connecting Ground and Power, page 17-69.

Chassis Grounding
The chassis ground consists of a tri-post grounding point just above and to the right of ULC 2 as shown in Figure 4.14, page 17-59. The tri-post ground studs offer two grounding orientations depending on how the Tellabs 8830 smart router is mounted, and allows you to install ground wires horizontally or vertically.

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Figure 4.14

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Panel Chassis Grounding Studs

ULC 4

SCC 2

ULC 3

Grounding Studs
ULC 2 SCC 1

ULC 1

ESD Jack Location


The Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis provides a rear panel ESD jack located at the upper right corner of the rear panel as shown in Figure 4.15, page 17-59. Always attach an ESD wrist grounding strap before working with any of the ULCs, SCCs, or PLMs in the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Failure to use proper ESD grounding can result in potentially serious damage to the ULC, SCC, and PLM components inside the Tellabs 8830 smart router. To prevent this type of damage, wear the wrist grounding strap and attach it to the ESD jack on the rear panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router when you are performing any maintenance or during installation of the ULCs, SCCs, or PLMs. Figure 4.15 Rear Panel ESD Jack Location ESD Jack

ULC 4

SCC 2

ULC 3

ULC 2

SCC 1

ULC 1

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Physical Line Modules


PLMs perform Layer 1 and Layer 2 functions, including framing, mapping, optical-to-electrical conversions, and capturing statistics. The control interface between the line-card processor and each line module allows access through the craft terminal for: Setting parameters Accessing internal registers Performing other tasks typically completed by network personnel

For PLM replacement procedures, refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26 for details. Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs are available in numerous configurations, as described in Environmental Requirements, page 17-100. For more information about the PLMs supported by the Tellabs 8830 smart router, refer to the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41. Note: Refer to Release Documentation, page 17-16, for a complete listing of Tellabs documentation that supports this release.

Figure 4.16, page 17-60, shows the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis with a variety of PLM types installed (OC-3/STM-1, Fast Ethernet 10/100, Gigabit Ethernet, and DS3 Channelized). Figure 4.16 Front View of Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Populated with PLMs

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Using Blank Panels


All unpopulated chassis slots must be covered by blank panels. Use the card blank panel to cover any slots where ULCs or SCCs are not present (refer to Installing ULC/SCC Blank Panels, page 17-90). Use a PLM blank panel to cover any slots where PLMs are not present (refer to Installing PLM Blank Panel Covers, page 17-91).

Both of these blank panel types help to maintain proper airflow through the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis, and suppress electro-magnetic interference (EMI). Both blank panel types are required in order for the system to be compliant with related FCC and EN55022 regulations. Extra blank panels may be ordered from Tellabs. Use the following part numbers when ordering: SCC/ULC blank panel: Tellabs P/N 81.8830-RBP PLM blank panel: Tellabs P/N 81.8800-PLM-SPB

T1/E1 BITS External Timing Connectors


The Tellabs 8830 smart router supports both the T1 and E1 signal modes for external building-integrated timing supply (BITS) clocking. The signal mode for T1 is a 1.544 Mbps B8ZS-coded stream with SuperFrame (SF) or Extended SuperFrame (ESF) framing. The signal mode for E1 is a 2.048 Mbps HDB3-coded stream with standard E1 framing. The BITS IN connectors accept two T1/E1 BITS input signals. The R BITS OUT connectors forward a T1/E1 signal that is locked to the shelf timing. Pinouts for the T1/E1 BITS timing connectors are shown in Table A.9, page 17-107. Tellabs recommends that each shelf receives BITS timing from an external timing source. Note: The BITS clocking options are configured using the TMOS command-line interface. For more information, refer to the TMOS Command Reference Manual, 76.8800FP90/5.

Understanding T1 Framing

Each T1 signal consists of 192 bits and an additional bit designated as the framing bit, for a total of 193 bits per frame. An SF consists of 12 193-bit frames with a synchronization bit pattern. This pattern is repeated and monitored every 12 frames to allow the receiving end to determine the synchronization bit and identify the beginning and end of the frames. An ESF consists of 24 193 bit frames with a different synchronization bit pattern applied only to predetermined frames. ESF is preferred over SF because ESF contains a Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) framing bit within each frame, which allows in-service monitoring for bit errors.

Understanding E1 Framing

An E1 signal consists of 32 timeslots, with timeslot 0 used for framing information, timeslot 16 used for signaling, and the remaining timeslots carrying data. However, if you are using E1 for BITS clocking, the Tellabs 8830 smart router only monitors the framing information in timeslot 0 and does not monitor signaling information if available on timeslot 16.

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Note 1:

The configuration of timeslots 0 and 16 for framing and signaling information respectively is optional and can only be configured at the E1 timing source and not on the Tellabs 8830 smart router. The Tellabs 8830 smart router does not support the use of an E1 BITS source when all of the E1 timeslots are carrying data.

Note 2:

The E1 timeslot information that the smart router supports and which is used to frame the signal and extract timing information from it are as follows: Cyclic Redundancy Check 4 (CRC4)Timeslot 0 is used to carry framing information. All other timeslots carry data. CRC4 + Channel Associated Signaling (CAS)Timeslot 0 is used to carry framing information and timeslot 16 carries CAS. CRC4 + Common Channel Signaling (CCS)Timeslot 0 is used to carry framing information and timeslot 16 carries CCS.

BITS Clock and Alarm Reporting Modes


This section provides some general information about the BITS clock and related clock sources, and the BITS clock alarm reporting modes. BITS Clock and Priority Clock Sources Each Tellabs 8800 smart router series requires a unique system timing clock for network operations. This system timing clock can be driven from an incoming SONET/SDH signal, an external clock source such as the T1/E1 BITS clock, or an internally generated clock. The Tellabs 8800 smart router series supports up to eight clock sources. The assigned clock source priorities preserve system timing if a clock source fails. If that occurs, the next highest priority clock takes over. Note: Tellabs 8800 smart router series reserve priorities 1 and 2 for BITS A and BITS B. Four ports can be configured for various priority levels ranging from 3 to 6. These ports can be any SONET/SDH port or a DS3 port on the DS3 ATM PLM.

Tellabs 8800 smart router series choose the highest priority clock source that is available whenever selecting a clock to replace a failed external clock source. This occurs if the currently selected clock source fails, or it is triggered manually to switch to a different clocking source by a TMOS CLI command or by using the Tellabs 8890 Management System. If the Tellabs 8800 smart router series is configured to use a revertive clock, the current clock is re-evaluated whenever a new clock source is detected. Tellabs 8800 smart router series support the following prioritized clock sources (the first six are external clock sources), from highest to lowest: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. BITS A BITS B Configured SONET/SDH or DS3 port Configured SONET/SDH or DS3 port Configured SONET/SDH or DS3 port

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Configured SONET/SDH or DS3 port Holdover clock Internal clock (Stratum-3 system clock)

If the six external clock sources are unavailable, a Tellabs 8800 smart router series uses either the holdover clock or the internal clock. The holdover clock locks onto the last available external clock source and acts as the clock source as soon as no external sources are available. The internal clock (oscillator) is only used when the holdover clock is not valid. BITS Clock Alarm Reporting Modes The Tellabs 8800 smart router series support the following two BITS clock alarm reporting modes: BITS Alarm Suppression Enabled Mode, page 17-63 BITS Alarm Suppression Disabled Mode, page 17-64

There are five system clock-related events generated by the Tellabs 8800 smart router series: ActSysClka transient informational event sent whenever the system clock switches from one clock source to another (event 203). SysClkFaila persistent major alarm event sent whenever the system clock switches to the internal clock from an external line source (event 204). BitsAlmChga transient informational event sent when the BITS clock alarm suppression mode is changed from Enabled to Disabled (event 240). BitsClkUpa transient informational event sent when the operational status of the BITS clock is Up (event 241). BitsClkDna persistent major alarm event sent whenever one or both of the BITS clock sources fail (event 242).

Note:

For more information about the system clock-related events, refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26, for more details.

BITS Alarm Suppression Enabled Mode

The BITS alarm suppression enabled mode does not generate any major alarms when the BITS clock fails. The only indication of a BITS clock source failure is a transient, informational event that indicates that a clocking source has changed (event 203). The default clock alarm reporting mode setting is BITS alarm suppression enabled. When in this mode, Tellabs 8800 smart router series can exhibit the following behavior when clock failures occur: Transient informational events are sent upon any of the following clock source switching conditions:

- BITS A switching to BITS B - Line source x switching to line source y - BITS A or B switching to line source y - Any external clock source switching to an internal clock - Holdover clock switching to an internal clock
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BITS Alarm Suppression Disabled Mode

The BITS alarm suppression disabled mode generates three events related to the status of the BITS clock. When in this mode, Tellabs 8800 smart router series can exhibit the following behavior related to the status of the BITS clock: BitsAlmChga transient informational event sent when the BITS clock alarm suppression mode is changed from Enabled to Disabled (event 240). BitsClkUpa transient informational event sent when the operational status of the BITS clock is Up (event 241). BitsClkDn: a persistent major alarm event sent when a BITS clock fails (event 242).

For detailed CLI command information about configuring system clocks, refer to the TMOS Command Reference Manual, 76.8800FP90/5.

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Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router System


This section describes how to perform the following installation tasks: Secure the Tellabs 8830 smart router in a rack. Connect all system power, ground, and optical cables. Load the chassis with SCCs, ULCs, and PLMs. Apply and verify power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Boot and perform initial configuration of Tellabs 8830 smart router system.

To perform these tasks, use the information provided under the following headings: Mounting the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router in an Equipment Rack, page 17-65 Connecting Ground and Power, page 17-69 Loading the Chassis, page 17-80 Installing Blank Panel Covers, page 17-90 Connecting PLMs to the Optical Network, page 17-91 Connecting T1/E1 BITS Clocks, page 17-92 Connecting Alarm Outputs, page 17-92 Connecting a Local Console, page 17-93 Applying and Verifying Power, page 17-94 Booting the System, page 17-95 Logging In Using the Console Interface, page 17-95 Changing the Default Password, page 17-96 Connecting to the IP Management Network, page 17-97

Mounting the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router in an Equipment Rack


This section contains the following guidelines and procedures for mounting the Tellabs 8830 smart router: Installation Guidelines, page 17-66 Adjusting the Mounting Brackets, page 17-67 Positioning and Securing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router, page 17-68

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ESD Warning:
Electro-static discharge (ESD) can result in serious damage to the ULC, SCC, and PLM components inside the Tellabs 8830 smart router. To prevent ESD when working with system components, wear the wrist grounding strap and attach it to the ESD jack on the Tellabs 8830 smart router system panel.

Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:


Eine elektrostatische Entladung kann zu Beschdigungen an den ULC-, SCCund PLM-Komponenten des Tellabs 8830 smart router fhren. Um whrend der Arbeit an den Systemkomponenten eine elektrostatische Entladung zu vermeiden, mssen Sie ein Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk tragen und dieses mit dem Erdungsanschluss am Systempanel des Tellabs 8830 smart router verbinden. Keep the following guidelines in mind when mounting the Tellabs 8830 smart router in an equipment rack: Power: Do not apply power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router until you complete all of the installation tasks in this chapter. Compliance: To obtain NEBS Zone 4 earthquake compliance, use the Tellabs 19-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0249), or the Tellabs 23-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0246). Performing a seismic-mounting of the Tellabs 8830 smart router requires you to use either designated open frame seismic rack and include the two brackets per side. You must order a mounting kit for use with your seismic rack: P/N 81.8830-SM19 for 19-inch rack P/N 81.8830-SM23 for 23-inch rack

Operating ambient temperature: When a Tellabs 8830 smart router is installed in a cabinet or a multi-unit rack, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may run higher than the room ambient temperature. (Refer to Table A.2, page 17-100 for environmental requirements.) Therefore, you must install the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma) specified by the manufacturer to prevent heat damage to the system. Unrestricted air flow: The installation site must allow sufficient air flow clearance at the rear and sides of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. To ensure proper functioning, the cooling system requires unrestricted air flow. Allow at least 6 inches (15 cm) clearance at the rear of the rack, and 3 inches (7.5 cm) clearance on the sides of the rack.

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Populate each slot with an SCC, ULC, or blank panel to ensure proper circulation of cooling air throughout the chassis cage, and maintain an acceptable operating temperature.

Circuit overloading: Evaluate equipment connections to the supply circuit, and the potential effect that overloading of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Adhere to equipment nameplate ratings to avoid circuit overloading. Mechanical loading: When mounting equipment in the rack, avoid uneven mechanical loading that might result in a hazardous condition. Reliable earthing: Maintain reliable earthing for the rack-mounted equipment. Give particular attention to supply connections, other than direct connections to the branch circuit (for example, the use of power strips). Lifting and positioning equipment: Always obtain assistance when lifting and aligning the Tellabs 8830 smart router in the installation rack. For safety, Tellabs recommends the participation of three people. Refer to Positioning and Securing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router, page 17-68.

Adjusting the Mounting Brackets


The Tellabs 8830 smart router ships with mounting brackets already attached and in position for mounting in a 19-inch global seismic equipment EIA relay rack. If you need to install the chassis in a larger rack, you will need to order the applicable mounting kit. Refer to Table 3.5, page 17-29, Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Mounting Kits, page 17-29, for a complete listing of the supported Tellabs 8830 smart router mounting kits. Refer to the figures in Equipment Rack Requirements, page 17-29, which illustrate three rack mounting types: Note: Figure 3.2, page 17-30, flush-mount rack mounting Figure 3.4, page 17-31, mid-mount rack mounting Figure 3.6, page 17-32, seismic-mount rack mounting

To obtain NEBS Zone 4 earthquake compliance, you must use the Tellabs 19-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0239), or the Tellabs 23-inch open frame seismic rack (Tellabs P/N 149.0246). To perform a seismic-mounting of the Tellabs 8830 smart router this requires you to use either designated open frame seismic rack, which includes two mounting brackets per side.

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You can use one of the mounting brackets as a template to locate the proper holes on the rack. If the brackets are already attached, remove one and use it to mark the correct holes on both sides of the rack. Re-attach the bracket prior to installing the Tellabs 8830 smart router in the rack.

Caution:
The Tellabs 8830 smart router must be mounted horizontally level in the rack to prevent a hazardous operating condition.

Vorsicht:
Der Tellabs 8830 smart router muss im Baugruppentrger horizontal ausgerichtet sein, um einen gefhrlichen Betriebszustand zu vermeiden.

Positioning and Securing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router


The Tellabs 8830 smart router must be installed through the front of the rack (Figure 5.1, page 17-69). Tellabs recommends using a three-person crew to lift and position the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis in the designated rack. Use safe practices when positioning units in the rack by placing heavier units in the lowest positions to avoid any weight imbalance. The following procedure describes how to position and secure a Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis that does not have any SCCs, ULCs, and PLMs installed. 1. With two people at opposite sides of the chassis, lift the chassis and insert it through the front of the rack. A third person should be in position to support the rear of the chassis during the lifting process. Align the mounting brackets with the rack so that all screw holes are accessible and the chassis is level. With the assistance of the third person, secure the chassis to the rack using the screws provided in the accessory kit.

2. 3.

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Securing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis

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Connecting Ground and Power


This section describes how to configure ground and power for the AC and DC power sources for the Tellabs 8830 smart router: DC Power Module Overview, page 17-69 AC Power Module Overview, page 17-71 Grounding the Chassis and Connecting Power Cables, page 17-73

Refer to Table 3.4, page 17-28, for all DC power feed installation supplies. The DC power installation procedures in this section require the following tools: 10 mm nut driver Crimping tool for Burndy grounding lugs, 6 AWG

DC Power Module Overview


The DC power panel consists of two DC power blocks located on the Tellabs 8830 smart router rear panel. Each DC power block is capable of independently providing all of the DC power required by the chassis and all of its internal components for proper operation (refer to Figure 5.2, page 17-70). The rear panel DC power is supplied by one power (PWR) block for primary (A) and one PWR block for secondary (B). Each PWR block consists of dual-lug pairs for the 48V inputs and battery return (RTN) connections. These dual-lug pairs are associated with the dedicated 48V and RTN buses on the chassis mid-plane, and each PWR block has a dedicated On/Off switch. Note: The Tellabs 8830 smart router has a dedicated inverter that extracts 48V from a mid-plane power bus and uses a converter to produce the operating voltages required by each installed card.

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Figure 5.2

Rear Panel DC Power Modules


DC Input A On/Off switch DC Input B On/Off switch DC Input B: 48V RTN

DC Input A: 48V RTN

Plastic cover Non-removable snap fasteners (part of cover assembly)

Power lug Flat washer Lock washer M6 hex nut

Each Tellabs 8830 smart router DC power panel contains a set of power blocks (A and B) that accept input voltages between 40.0 and 60.0 VDC (48V nominal). Refer to Figure 5.3, page 17-70, for a close-up view of a DC power block. These power blocks provide power to the chassis in this way: Input block A and B powers the ULCs (4, 3, 2, and 1), the SCCs (1 and 2), the PLMs (1 through 16) Both input blocks (A and B) furnish power to the system fans and control panel

Note:

The Tellabs 8830 smart router is designed so that all of the power requirements for proper operation can be supplied from a single DC power block. The second DC power block provides a 1:1 level of power redundancy.

Figure 5.3

DC Power Block A

-48V

-A48V Bus A

RTN

RTN Bus A

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The set of DC power blocks offers some flexibility when installing and connecting DC power cabling by giving you the following options: Separate the cables to power block A and to power block B with the DC power cabling running independently along each side of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis Combine the two cables, with the DC power cabling running together along only one side of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis

Use 6 AWG wires with crimp-on lugs for all connections. For example, use Burndy YA6CL-2TC14 (Tellabs P/N 52.6121) or equivalent. Each DC input block filter assembly connection is rated at 32.5A maximum, with the following requirements: A dedicated, appropriately-rated DC power source for each connection. DC power cables must be terminated by dual-hole cable lugs (1/4-inch hole with 5/8-inch spacing) at the Tellabs 8830 smart router end. The lugs must fit over M6 terminal studs on.625-inch (15.88 mm) centers. The lugs are provided as part of the DC Assembly Kit that accompanies each Tellabs 8830 smart router (refer to Inspecting the Accessory Box, page 17-25). Note: Proper installation requires a 10 mm socket and nut driver for the M6 nuts on the DC terminal blocks, and a torque driver with a 22 lb-in maximum torque setting. Refer to DC Power Feed Installation Supplies, page 17-28, for additional tool specifications and descriptions.

AC Power Module Overview


AC power for the Tellabs 8830 smart router is provided by two removable AC power modules, each capable of delivering 2000 watts (refer to Figure 5.4, page 17-71). Figure 5.4 Rear Panel AC Power Modules

OFF

OFF

PS A
AC OK DC OK ALM

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AC OK DC OK ALM

TH200018 48V 40A

TH200018 48V 40A

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50-60 Hz 10A

REMOVE BOTH POWER CORDS TO SHUTDOWN.

AC Power Module LEDs AC Power Module A

AC power C14 male receptacles On/Off switch B On/Off switch A

AC Power Module B

The two AC power modules slide into the rear AC power panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis, and plug into the mid-plane. Because each AC power module is capable of providing a maximum of 2000 watts independently, a single module is sufficient to power the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis.

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The two AC power modules support load sharing and 1:1 AC power redundancy protection. For example, in the event that one of the AC power modules fails, the other AC power module provides a redundant source of power, and operations continue uninterrupted. This design gives AC power modules hot-swap capability. Situated between the two AC power modules are two standard IEC-320 AC C14 male receptacles. The AC power cords that are supplied with the Tellabs 8830 smart router are equipped with standard IEC-320 C13 female plugs on the system end of the cable, and NEMA L6-20P plugs on the power source end of the cable. Each AC power module includes a dedicated On/Off switch. Each AC power module provides two sets of blades that plug into two connectors on the mid-plane: One set of blades provides power to the A bus One set of blades provides power to the B bus

These connections provide the dedicated 48V A and B and 48V RTN (return) A and B buses in the chassis Note: Refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26, for the procedure describing replacing an AC power module.

Table 5.1, page 17-72, describes the LEDs on the front panel of the AC power modules. Figure 5.4, page 17-71, shows the location of these LEDs. Table 5.1 AC Power Module LEDs LED ALM (alarm) LED Description When unlit, the ALM LED indicates that the AC power module is functioning normally. When lit red, the ALM LED indicates that the AC input voltage has encountered a fault with either the AC input voltage, or the DC output voltage. AC OK LED When lit green, the AC OK LED indicates that the AC power module is functioning normally. When lit red (or if unlit), the AC OK LED indicates that the AC input voltage is not within proper limits. DC OK LED When green, the DC OK LED indicates that the AC power module is functioning normally. When red (or if unlit), the AC OK LED indicates that the DC output voltage is not within proper tolerances (48 VDC). The AC power modules provide AC power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis to support the following system components: Fan tray assemblies System panel ULCs SCCs PLMs

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Grounding the Chassis and Connecting Power Cables


The following sections address chassis grounding and power cabling requirements for the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Grounding the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis, page 17-73 Tri-Post Grounding Connector, page 17-74 Guidelines for AC and DC Power and Ground Connections, page 17-74 Performing Power Lines Isolation Test, page 17-75 Connecting AC Power, page 17-77 Connecting DC Power, page 17-78

Grounding the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Chassis


To meet safety and EMI requirements and to ensure proper operation, the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis must be adequately grounded before any power is connected. The rear of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis provides a tri-post grounding point (threaded 1/4-20 UNC studs) for use in connecting it to earth ground. The tri-post grounding point design offers two grounding orientations, depending upon how the Tellabs 8830 smart router is mounted. Note: Tellabs recommends using Burndy grounding lugs (for example, YA6CL-2TC14), which are supplied as part of the Tellabs 8830 smart router accessory kit.

To properly ground the Tellabs 8830 smart router, perform the following steps: 1. Use a 6 AWG copper grounding cable of a sufficient length to connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router ground lug to the nearest earth ground point.

Note:

Grounding wire is not provided. Grounding options depend on specific customer or site requirements. Follow the requirements in this manual unless site requirements dictate otherwise. If necessary, consult the local electrical codes or the NEC, and observe all codes and requirements. 2. 3. Crimp the cable to the chassis ground lug, using the hardware supplied with the chassis. Verify that the grounding cable can handle 32.5 amps of current.

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Tri-Post Grounding Connector


The Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis must be adequately grounded using a Burndy (or equivalent) YA6CL-2TC14 tri-post 6 AWG grounding lug (Tellabs P/N 52.6121). The tri-post grounding points allow you to route the ground wire in four directions depending upon how the Tellabs 8830 smart router is mounted. To complete a proper grounding, crimp one end of a 6 AWG wire to the lug and connect the other end of this wire to the nearest earth ground.

Guidelines for AC and DC Power and Ground Connections


Use the guidelines in this section to establish the power and ground connections to each Tellabs 8830 smart router AC or DC power module. Note: Before you connect an AC or DC power source to the Tellabs 8830 smart router, make sure you observe the system grounding practices listed in Ground Requirements, page 17-74.

Ground Requirements

All Tellabs 8830 smart router products are required to be hard-wired to an earth ground. The chassis earth ground point is a set of three grounding studs located on the rear panel of the chassis (refer to Figure 5.5, page 17-75). The earth ground wire size must be 6 AWG. Note: Specific site or customer-specified requirements can affect the size and length of the grounding cable needed. Follow these requirement guidelines unless the site or customer-specified requirements dictate otherwise. If necessary, consult the local electrical codes or the NEC and observe all codes and requirements.

To properly ground the Tellabs 8830 smart router, perform the following steps: 1. Use a safety ground wire that is a minimum of 6 AWG UL-listed stranded wire. Attach the appropriate lugs attached to the wire ends connecting to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. The lugs are supplied in the AC Assembly Kit that accompanies each Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (refer to Inspecting the Accessory Box, page 17-25). 2. Connect the ring lugs to the threaded studs and secure them in place using the lock nuts supplied with the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis.

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Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Panel Chassis Grounding Studs

ULC 4

SCC 2

ULC 3

ULC 2

Grounding Studs

SCC 1

ULC 1

Performing Power Lines Isolation Test


Perform the power lines isolation test to assure that no short exists between the power lines and ground on the -48V input terminal blocks at the rear of the chassis. Use a handheld ohmmeter to perform the resistance measurement. RTN to -48V Isolation Check Perform the return (RTN) to -48V isolation check as follows: 1. Apply the red probe tip (+) to input A RTN metal strip and apply the black probe tip (-) to the corresponding -48V strip as shown in Figure 5.6, page 17-75. Wait for 5 seconds with a steady touch, and then read the resistance measurement. The resistance must be greater than 20 Kohms to pass the isolation check. RTN to -48V Isolation Check

Figure 5.6

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Repeat step 1 for input B. If any pair is less than 20 Kohms, report the failure to Tellabs. If all pairs are 20 Kohms or greater, proceed to RTN to Ground and -48V to Ground Isolation Check, page 17-76.

RTN to Ground and -48V to Ground Isolation Check

Perform the return (RTN) to ground and -48V to ground isolation check as follows: 1. Apply the red probe tip (+) to input A RTN metal strip and apply the black probe tip (-) to the corresponding chassis sheet metal ground as shown in Figure 5.7, page 17-76. Wait for 5 seconds with a steady touch, and then read the resistance measurement. It must be OverLoad (OL) to pass the isolation check. RTN to Ground Isolation Check

Figure 5.7

2.

Apply the red probe tip (+) to either input A -48V metal strip and apply the black probe tip (-) to the corresponding chassis sheet metal ground as shown in Figure 5.8, page 17-77. Wait for 5 seconds with a steady touch, and then read the resistance measurement. It must be OverLoad (OL) to pass the isolation check.

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Figure 5.8

-48V to Ground Isolation Check

3.

Repeat steps 1 and 2 for input B.

If any power terminal does not have a resistance reading of OL, report the failure to Tellabs. If the resistance reading for each of the two terminals is OL, the power lines isolation test passed. Connecting AC Power The AC model of the Tellabs 8830 smart router is supplied with two three-conductor AC power cables. The AC power cable must be plugged into an approved three-contact electrical outlet. The AC power jack and mounting plug of the AC power cable complies with the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) safety standards. The Tellabs 8830 smart router AC version provides two AC power modules for AC power redundancy. The AC version is equipped with two standard IEC-320 AC C14 male receptacles on the rear panel (refer to Figure 5.4, page 17-71). AC power modules must meet the requirements in Table 5.2, page 17-77. Table 5.2 AC Power Requirements Characteristic Power arrangement Maximum power Maximum current Input voltage range List 2 current (per input) Power cords Description Two redundant load-sharing power supplies: PS-A and PS-B 1450W 7.25A at 200 VAC 200 VAC to 230 VAC 30.95A at -42 VDC 16 AWG minimum, rated for 15A at 250 VAC UL-listed power cord (2 cables supplied with unit)

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Use the following guidelines to connect AC power on the rear panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router: 1. 2. 3. 4. Connecting DC Power Make sure that the AC power switches on the Tellabs 8830 smart router rear panel are set in the Off (O) position. Attach the AC power cables to the Tellabs 8830 smart router AC receptacles. Attach a safety ground wire to the threaded grounding studs on the rear panel chassis. Attach the other end of the safety ground wire to the customersupplied (site) earth ground.

To minimize shock hazard, the Tellabs 8830 smart router must be connected to an electrical ground. Be sure to follow the cautions and warnings in this section when you ground and connect DC power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router. The DC-version of the Tellabs 8830 smart router provides two DC power blocks that offer DC power redundancy. The Tellabs 8830 smart router is designed to operate on a single DC power block, and each unit can independently supply sufficient power for the entire chassis and components. Because the Tellabs 8830 smart router is installed in a redundant power configuration, both DC feeds must be connected and meet minimum requirements. Power circuit breakers and earth ground connections are required. The DC power blocks for the Tellabs 8830 smart router must meet the requirements in Table 5.3, page 17-78. Table 5.3 DC Power Requirements Characteristic Power arrangement Maximum power Maximum current Input voltage range List 2 current (per input) Description Two redundant inputs: Input A and Input B 1300W 32.5A at 40 VDC 40 VDC to 60.0 VDC (-48V nominal) 30.95A at -42 VDC

About List Currents

In Table 5.2, page 17-77, and Table 5.3, page 17-78, List 2 is the worst-condition current drain. Use List 2 information to calculate cable size. List 2 current drain can differ according to customer requirements, since it is based on the power plant design at the customer site. In general, the following definitions apply to List currents: List 1 current drains - Average busy hour current of equipment at normal operating voltage. Used to size batteries and rectifiers. List 2 current drains - Maximum current drain of equipment under low voltage conditions. Used for sizing cabling and over current-protective devices.

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Warning:
Observe proper polarity when making these connections. Do not reverse the 48V and ground connections on any block.

Warnung:
Achten Sie stets auf die korrekte Polaritt, wenn Sie elektrische Verbindungen herstellen. Vergewissern Sie sich, da an keinem der Stromversorgungen der -48-Volt-Spannungsanschluss mit dem Masseanschluss vertauscht ist.

Warning:
Use extreme caution during this procedure. Hazardous voltages may be present at the power distribution point.

Warnung:
Gehen Sie mit grter Sorgfalt bei den Arbeitsschritten vor. An der Netzverteilung knnen gefhrliche Spannungen anliegen. 1. 2. 3. Remove the plastic protective cover from the DC blocks. Make sure that the DC power switches on the rear panel are in the off (O) position. Attach wiring as appropriate for the primary or redundant power. Refer to Table 5.4, page 17-79.

Table 5.4 Primary Redundant Terminal Wiring For Primary Power Step 1. Step 2. Attach the return wire to the RTN A terminal studs. Attach the 48V input wire to the 48V A terminal studs. 4. Note 1: Reinstall the protective cover. Do not apply power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis at this time. Apply power only after you have completed installing all the internal components (ULCs, SCCs, and PLMs) and connected the chassis to external devices as described in Applying and Verifying Power, page 17-94. For Redundant Power Attach the return wire to the RTN B terminal studs. Attach the 48V input wire to the 48V B terminal studs.

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Note 2:

Make sure that power and ground wiring conforms to all applicable codes and regulations as set forth in the NEC, as well as conforming to all local electrical codes. Verify power polarity without any internal components installed (including fan trays).

Loading the Chassis


This section explains how to load SCCs, ULCs, PLMs, and the required ULC-SCC-PLM blank panels into the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. This information appears under the following headings: Installing the SCCs, page 17-81 Installing the ULCs, page 17-84 Installing PLMs, page 17-86 Installing Blank Panel Covers, page 17-90 Connecting Alarm Outputs, page 17-92 Installing PLM Blank Panel Covers, page 17-91

ESD Warning:
Tellabs 8800 smart router series PLMs can be damaged by static electricity that builds up on work surfaces and on your body. Static is produced by the everyday movement of your body, and is released as an electro-static discharge (ESD) when you touch an object. Observe the following precautions whenever you are working with the Tellabs 8800 smart router series or any of its components. Always wear a grounded wrist strap to prevent ESD damage to the Tellabs 8800 smart router series system components. Be sure to attach a wrist strap to the ESD ground jack that is located on the chassis.

Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:


Eine elektrostatische Aufladung der Arbeitsoberflche oder Ihres Krpers kann die PLMs (Physical Line Modules) des Tellabs 8800 smart router series beschdigen. Bereits normale Bewegungen knnen durch Reibungselektrizitt zu einer Aufladung Ihres Krpers fhren. Daraus kann eine elektrostatische Entladung resultieren, wenn Sie einen Gegenstand berhren. Achten Sie auf die Einhaltung der folgenden Vorsichtsmanahmen bei allen Arbeiten an dem Tellabs 8800 smart router series oder zugehrigen Komponenten. Tragen Sie stets ein Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, um Beschdigungen an dem Tellabs 8800 smart router series und dessen Komponenten durch eine elektrostatische Entladung zu vermeiden. Stellen Sie sicher, da das Erdungsband mit dem Erdungsanschluss am Chassis verbunden ist.

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Installing the SCCs


Up to two SCCs can be installed in the Tellabs 8830 smart router, in the chassis slots SCC 1 and SCC 2 (refer to Figure 5.9, page 17-81). SCCs are installed from the rear panel and plug into the mid-plane of the chassis. SCC 1 is designated as the second slot from the chassis bottom and SCC 2 is designated as the second slot from the chassis top (when viewed from the rear).

Caution:
SCCs are heavy and should be properly supported by both hands during insertion or removal from the chassis.

Vorsicht:
Da die SCC-Module (Switch Common Controls) ein betrchtliches Gewicht haben, sollten sie beim Einsetzen in das Chassis bzw. Entfernen aus dem Chassis mit beiden Hnden gehalten werden. Figure 5.9 SCC Slots in Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Panel

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Caution:
Make sure that you properly align the SCC with its slot and support it using both hands during the process of inserting or removing it from the chassis. For details about proper component handling, refer to ESD Warning:, page 17-80.

Vorsicht:
Stellen Sie sicher, dass die SCC-Module beim Einsetzen in das bzw. Entfernen aus dem Chassis an dem entsprechenden Steckplatz ausgerichtet sind und mit beiden Hnden gehalten werden. Weitere Informationen zum ordnungsgemen, elektrostatisch sicheren Umgang mit Komponenten finden Sie unter Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:, page 17-66.

Installing the SCCs


To install SCCs into the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis, perform the following steps: Note: The ejector levers must be in the open, 45-degree position prior to attempting to slide the SCC into the intended slot (refer to Figure 5.10, page 17-83). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open the ejector levers to their widest (open) position. Hold the SCC with both hands and slide it into the intended slot, aligning the SCC edges with the card guides inside the slot. Gently slide the SCC into the slot until the SCC meets the mid-plane (refer to Figure 5.10, page 17-83). Slowly push the ejector levers in towards chassis to seat the SCC into the mid-plane (refer to Figure 5.11, page 17-83). Secure the SCC in place by tightening the captive thumbscrews.

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Figure 5.10

Install an SCC

Serial connector

Captive thumbscrew

SCC status LEDs Shutdown button

Note:

You only need to apply minimal force on the ejector levers to secure the SCC in the Tellabs 8830 smart router.

Figure 5.11

Push in the SCC Ejector Lever

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Installing the ULCs


Up to four ULCs can be installed in the Tellabs 8830 smart router in the rear panel chassis slots designated ULC 1, ULC 2, ULC 3, and ULC 4 (refer to Figure 5.12, page 17-84). ULCs are installed from the rear panel and plug into the mid-plane of the chassis.

Caution:
ULCs are heavy and should be properly supported by both hands during insertion or removal from the chassis.

Vorsicht:
Da die ULC-Module (Universal Line Cards) ein betrchtliches Gewicht haben, sollten sie beim Einsetzen in das Chassis bzw. Entfernen aus dem Chassis mit beiden Hnden gehalten werden. Refer to Figure 5.12, page 17-84, and the silk-screen on the chassis for slot locations. Figure 5.12 ULC Slots in Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Panel

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To become operational, ULCs must be administratively enabled using the TMOS command-line interface.

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Caution:
Make sure that you properly align the ULC with its slot and support it using both hands during the process of inserting or removing it from the chassis. For details about proper ESD handling, refer to ESD Warning:, page 17-66.

Vorsicht:
Stellen Sie sicher, dass die ULC-Module beim Einsetzen in das bzw. Entfernen aus dem Chassis an dem entsprechenden Steckplatz ausgerichtet sind und mit beiden Hnden gehalten werden. Weitere Informationen zum ordnungsgemen, elektrostatisch sicheren Umgang mit Komponenten finden Sie unte Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:, page 17-66.

Installation Procedure

To install ULCs into the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis, perform the following steps: Note: The ejector levers must be in the open, 45-degree angle prior to attempting to slide the ULC into the intended slot (refer to Figure 5.13, page 17-85). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open the ejector levers to their fullest position. Hold the ULC with both hands and slide it into the intended slot, aligning the ULC edges with the card guides inside the slot. Gently slide the ULC into the chassis until the ULC meets the mid-plane (refer to Figure 5.13, page 17-85). Slowly push the ejector levers in towards chassis to seat the ULC into the mid-plane (refer to Figure 5.14, page 17-86). Secure the ULC in place by tightening the captive thumbscrews.

Figure 5.13

Install a ULC

Captive thumbscrew

LED status

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Note:

You should need to apply minimal force on the ejector levers to secure the ULC in the Tellabs 8830 smart router.

Figure 5.14

Push in the ULC Ejector Lever

Ejector

Installing PLMs
Two sizes of PLMs can be installed in the Tellabs 8830 smart router: Standard-size individual PLMs (common to all of the Tellabs 8800 smart router series) Larger size Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs (designed specifically for the Tellabs 8830 smart router), which occupy the same amount of space as four standard-size PLMs

Standard-size PLMs, which arrive in separate packaging, can be installed into any vacant single slot in the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router. For more information about PLM types supported for the Tellabs 8830 smart router, refer to the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41.

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The following PLM types were designed specifically for the Tellabs 8830 smart router mid-plane chassis. These larger size PLMs can be installed in any properly prepared slot in the front panel of the system (Figure 5.16, page 17-89). Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c and Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c XFP Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet and Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP

Note:

For information about the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs and the procedure for installing them, refer to Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router PLMs, page 17-88.

To modify the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router (configured for standard-size PLMs) to accommodate the larger size Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs, you will need to: 1. 2. 3. Change the front panel from a four-slot configuration to a single-slot configuration that accommodates the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs Remove the six screws that attach the four-slot faceplate to the front panel of the system chassis Install the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLM following the procedure described in Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router PLMs, page 17-88

Installing Standard-Size PLMs


To install standard-size PLMs, perform the following steps: 1. 2. Align and gently slide the PLM into an available slot on the front panel, making sure the PLM ejectors are fully open. When the ejector levers engage, gently close them (Figure 5.15, page 17-87) until you feel the PLM engage into its slot. PLM Ejector Levers

Figure 5.15

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3.

Tighten the thumbscrews at the left and right sides of the PLM to fully secure it in the chassis.

Installing the Tellabs 8830 Smart Router PLMs


The Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192/STM-64c PLM and Tellabs 8830 smart router 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM are designed specifically for the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (Figure 5.16, page 17-89). These larger size PLMs occupy the same amount of front panel space as four standard PLMs. The procedure to install the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs differs slightly from the procedure for installing or removing individual PLMs as described in Installing Standard-Size PLMs, page 17-87. For more details, refer to the TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26. Note: Before you can install Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs, you need to change the front panel four-slot configuration to a larger single-slot configuration suitable for the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs. Remove the six screws that attach the four-slot faceplate to the front panel and remove the faceplate.

Caution:
The Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c PLMs are larger and heavier than standard PLMs. They must be properly supported using both hands when you are inserting or removing them from the chassis. For ESD handling, refer to ESD Warning:, page 17-66.

Vorsicht:
Die Tellabs 8830 smart router OC-192c/STM-64c PLMs (Physical Line Modules) sind grer und schwerer als Standard-PLMs. Sie sollten beim Einsetzen in das Chassis bzw. Entfernen aus dem Chassis mit beiden Hnden gehalten werden. Weitere Informationen zum ordnungsgemen, elektrostatisch sicheren Umgang mit Komponenten finden Sie unter Warnung vor elektrostatischer Entladung:, page 17-66.

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Figure 5.16

Tellabs 8830 Smart Router OC-192/STM-64c PLM or Tellabs 8830 Smart Router 10 Gigabit Ethernet PLM
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Refer to Figure 5.16, page 17-89, when performing the following steps: 1. Align and gently slide the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLM into an available slot on the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router, making sure the PLM ejectors are fully open. When the ejector levers start to engage, gently close the ejector levers until you feel the PLM engage into its slot. Once the PLM is seated properly in the slot, tighten the four captive thumbscrews to secure the PLM.

2. 3.

For more information about the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs, refer to the following Tellabs documentation: Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41, for details about Tellabs 8830 smart router PLMs and their ports. TMOS Maintenance Manual, 76.8800FP90/26, for the layout of the Tellabs 8830 smart router PLM LEDs and their status.

Installing Blank Panel Covers


Install ULC, SCC, or PLM blank panels using the information under the following headings: Installing ULC/SCC Blank Panels, page 17-90 Installing PLM Blank Panel Covers, page 17-91

Installing ULC/SCC Blank Panels


To ensure proper chassis cooling and to contain EMI, all unused ULC and SCC slots must be covered with a blank panel (Figure 5.17, page 17-90). Figure 5.17 ULC/SCC Slot Blank Panel Cover (P/N 81.8830-RBP)

Captive thumbscrews

1. 2. 3.

Align a blank panel with one of the blank ULC/SCC slots in the rear panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis. Insert the blank panel to seat it in the empty slot. Tighten the two captive thumbscrews on the left and right sides of the blank panel.

Note:

You may order additional ULC/SCC blank panels from Tellabs (P/N 81.8830-RBP), and PLM blank panels (P/N 81.8800-PLM-SBP).

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Installing PLM Blank Panel Covers


To ensure proper chassis cooling and to contain EMI, all unused PLM slots must be covered with a blank PLM panel cover. Blank PLM panel covers are provided with the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis (refer to Figure 5.18, page 17-91). Figure 5.18 Blank PLM Panel Cover (P/N 81.8800-PLM-SBP)

Captive thumbscrews 1. 2. 3. Align a blank PLM panel cover with one of the blank PLM slots in the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis.

Insert the blank PLM panel cover to seat it in the slot.


Use a screwdriver to tighten the captive thumbscrews on the left and right sides of the blank panel cover to fully secure it.

Note:

You may order additional PLM blank panels from Tellabs (P/N, 81.8800-SBP).

Connecting PLMs to the Optical Network


Note: For a complete listing of the optical cables required for supported PLMs, refer to the Tellabs 8800 Smart Router Series PLM Configuration Manual, 76.8800FP90/41. Refer to Release Documentation, page 17-16, for a complete listing of Tellabs documentation that supports this release. 1. 2. Connect the SONET/SDH and Gigabit Ethernet PLMs to the external network, using appropriate cabling for each port type. Attach the optical cables to the optical port of the PLM, and route the cables through the Tellabs 8830 smart router cable management guide. Plug each optical cable into the appropriate port connector on the PLM (refer to Figure 5.19, page 17-92). Feed each optical cable through the cable guides located at the right side of the Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis.

3. 4.

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Figure 5.19
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Connecting T1/E1 BITS Clocks


You can also connect one or two T1/E1 BITS (building integrated timing supply) signals to the Tellabs 8830 smart router. The Tellabs 8830 smart router supports both the T1 and E1 signal modes. For T1, the signal mode is a 1.544 Mbps B8ZS-coded stream with superframe (SF) or extended superframe (ESF). For E1, the signal mode is a 2.048 Mbps HDB3-coded stream with standard E1 framing. The Tellabs 8830 smart router front panel provides two DB-15 female connectors for BITS interfacing. Using shielded, twisted-pair, T1/E1-grade cables, connect the incoming BITS signals to the BITS IN A and BITS IN B connectors. Note: Tellabs recommends that all BITS IN signals are supplied from an external BITS generator.

Refer to External T1/E1 BITS Timing Connectors, page 17-107, for the BITS connector pinouts.

Connecting Alarm Outputs


The DB-25 ALARM female connector on the front panel of the Tellabs 8830 smart router allows you to connect to an external alarm system. Alarm relay contacts support the following alarm severities: Critical visual alarm Critical audible alarm Major visual alarm Major audible alarm Minor visual alarm Minor audible alarm

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For each type of alarm, connect the common leads and either the normally open (N.O.) or normally closed (N.C.) leads to the alarm annunciator or other external alarm system. Whenever a Tellabs 8830 smart router declares an alarm, the system provides both visual and audible indications that act as alerts. Each set of relay contacts is Form C (dry contacts). The normal state of each set of relay contacts is the no-alarm state. Therefore, be sure to connect the correct relay contacts (either normally open or normally closed) to the alarm system. Refer to External Alarm Connector, page 17-106, for the DB-25 alarm connector signal pinouts.

Connecting a Local Console


The Tellabs 8830 smart router console ports provide access to the TMOS software and the command line interface CLI. Use a modular, null-modem (crossover) cable and DB-9 to RJ-45 connector adapters to connect the local console to a serial console port of the system.

Caution:
For safety reasons, Tellabs recommends the use of shielded cable for all copper wire connections to and from the Tellabs 8800 smart router series chassis. The internal shield of the cable must be connected to ground at both ends of the cable. Tellabs intra-building port(s) is suitable for connection only to shielded intra-building cabling that is grounded at both ends.

Vorsicht:
Aus Sicherheitsgrnden empfiehlt Tellabs den Einsatz von geschirmten Kabeln fr alle Kupferdrahtverbindungen zum oder vom Tellabs 8800 smart router series Chassis. Die Innenschirmung des Kabels muss an beiden Kabelenden geerdet sein. Die innergebudlichen Anschlsse des Tellabs Systems eignen sich ausschlielich fr geschirmte und beidseitig geerdete Kabelverbindungen innerhalb von Gebuden. For console connector pinouts, refer to Console Serial Connector, page 17-102. For adapter pin cross-connections, refer to RJ-45 to DB-9 Connector Adapters, page 17-103. From the console, use HyperTerminal, TeraTerm Pro, or any equivalent terminal program to set the console communication (COM) port parameters. Note: Ensure that the terminal server you use is NOT set to exchange information continuously. This setting can cause excess logging of messages, which, after an extended period of time, may result in an SCC switchover.

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There are two console ports available to access TMOS and the CLI. At the rear of the chassis, you can connect to the serial port of the active SCC; this is called the Main console port. At the front of the chassis, you can connect to the serial port on the system panel; this is called the AUX console port. These ports have different default settings; only the AUX port is configurable. Table 5.5, page 17-94 shows the settings for the Main console port on the active SCC. Table 5.5 COM Port Parameters for Main Console Port on Active SCC Item Bits per second (bps) Data bits Parity Stop bits Flow control 9600 8 None 1 Hardware Main Port Settings

Table 5.6, page 17-94 shows the settings for the AUX console port on the chassis system panel. Table 5.6 COM Port Parameters for AUX Console Port on Chassis System Panel Item Bits per second (bps) Data bits Parity Stop bits Flow control AUX Port Settings 115,200 (default) 8 None 1 Hardware

Applying and Verifying Power


Use the following procedure to apply power to the Tellabs 8830 smart router: 1. 2. Turn on the power distribution source circuit breakers, or insert the associated fuses into the fuse/distribution panel to apply power. Verify that all 48V power and RTN connections are correctly established: make sure that polarity is not reversed on any pair of connections on any of the DC power blocks. Verify that power is applied by checking the PWR LEDs on the front panel (refer to Figure 4.4, page 17-48). For full power redundancy, both LEDs (PWR A and PWR B) should light green.

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Booting the System


When the system presents the following prompt on the local console:
Attempting auto boot, press <ESC> to abort or <SP> to start.

Hit the space bar to boot the system. The console screen now displays boot script from the Tellabs 8830 smart router. The console display should confirm that the boot process completes three stages: Stage1: Loads system boot parameters. Stage 2: Loads core services. Stage 3: Presents the TMOS login screen.

Tellabs does not recommend making modifications to the boot process. However, if modifications are required at either Stage 1 or Stage 2, refer to the guidelines in Appendix B.

Logging In Using the Console Interface


When you connect to the Tellabs 8830 smart router and establish a TMOS management session, the CLI welcome banner is displayed (refer to Figure 5.20, page 17-95). During the initial session, you will be asked to change the default passwords (refer to Changing the Default Password, page 17-96). You will use the CLI to complete the initial configuration, and perform day-to-day configuration, maintenance, and monitoring tasks. Figure 5.20 TMOS Login Welcome Banner and Login Prompt
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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Welcome to Tellabs Multi-service OS Command Line Interface * * Tellabs, Inc. * Santa Clara, CA 95050 * www.tellabs.com * * North America: 1 (800) 443 5555 International: (707) 792 3501 * * Copyright(c) 2012 Tellabs. All rights reserved. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
--------------------------------------------------------| For security reasons, please log in as root to change | | all default passwords. SNMP access will not be | | allowed until the changes have been made. | ---------------------------------------------------------

For more information about how to use the CLI for site practices, refer to the TMOS User Manual, 76.8800FP90/4. For more information about CLI configuration parameters, refer to the TMOS Command Reference Manual, 76.8800FP90/5. For more information about viewing system parameters and statistics, refer to the TMOS Operations Reference Manual, 76.8800FP90/6.

Note:

Refer to Release Documentation, page 17-16, for a complete listing of Tellabs documentation that supports this release and instructions on how to access all Tellabs 8800 smart router series documents.

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Log Off the Console


To log off the at the console, type the logout command at the CLI prompt:
8830# logout

Changing the Default Password


When power is first applied to the Tellabs 8830 smart router, default logins are available at the CLI for two user typesroot and admin: The root user login is root, and the default password is Tellabs8800# Root users are considered super users, have read/write access, and can perform all CLI commands. The admin user login is admin, and the default password is Tellabs8800# Admin users have the same permissions as root users, except they cannot disconnect sessions or change attributes other than their own passwords. You must change the default passwords to gain access to SNMP. 1. Log in using the default login name:
Login: root

2.

Type the default password:


Password: Tellabs8800#

The Tellabs 8830 smart router system requires that you change the default passwords, as indicated by the login screen. The system prompts you to change the passwords:
|-----------------------------------------------| |CHANGE ALL DEFAULT PASSWORDS WITHIN 5 MINUTES, | |OTHERWISE YOUR SESSION WILL BE TERMINATED | |-----------------------------------------------|

3.

Set the get (read-only) and the set (read-write) passwords for root.
Change password for: root Read-only-Password: root.8800 Confirm-read-only-Password: root.8800 Read-write-Password: root.8800 Confirm-read-write-Password: root.8800

4.

Set the get (read-only) and the set (read-write) passwords for admin.
Change password for: admin Read-only-Password: admin.8800 Confirm-read-only-Password: admin.8800 Read-write-Password: admin.8800 Confirm-read-write-Password: admin.8800 8830#

The initial login banner text reminds you that the Tellabs 8830 smart router does not have SNMP access until these passwords have been customized.

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Note:

For more details on login and boot parameters, refer to Setting Boot Parameters, page 17-109, or Viewing and Modifying Boot Parameters, page 17-109.

Connecting the Management Ethernet Interface


The universal chassis kit that accompanies the Tellabs 8830 smart router contains a 10-ft. Ethernet shielded twisted-pair (STP) RJ-45 cable for connecting the Tellabs 8830 smart router to your management IP network. For details, refer to Inspecting the Accessory Box, page 17-25. Use the cable provided in the accessory kit to connect the Tellabs 8830 smart router management Ethernet interface to the network. The management Ethernet interface is located on the front panel of the chassis (refer to Figure 4.4, page 17-48). If the cable provided is too short, use an STP category 5 cable (maximum length 100 feet).

Connecting to the IP Management Network


To perform this task, you will need to obtain your network parameter information from your network administrator or site plan. You must provide the IP address and subnet mask to manage the unit from an IP network: To assign network parameters for the Tellabs 8830 smart router, use the following steps: 1. 2. Log in to the console interface and launch the CLI. Assign the IP address and network subnet mask by entering the enable config system mgmt-ip ip-address command, similar to this example:
8830# enable config system mgmt-ip ip-address 10.20.0.13/24

Adding a Static Route on a Tellabs 8830 Smart Router

If you are trying to reach the management Ethernet interface IP address from a remote management system that belongs to a network that is not directly connected to the smart router, you must add a static IP address route to that system using the enable config protocol ip route command. For instance, if the remote network management system is on the 172.16.22.0/24 network and the smart router is on the 172.16.10.0/24 network, you must add the static route to the remote system as follows:
8830# enable config protocol ip route 172.16.22.0/24 172.16.10.1

where 172.16.10.1 is the default gateway address as defined by the enable config system mgmt-ip default-gateway command.

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Appendix A. Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Specifications


This appendix describes the physical, electrical, and environmental specifications for the Tellabs 8830 smart router, under the following headings: Physical Specifications, page 17-99 System Management and Alarm Specifications, page 17-100 Environmental Requirements, page 17-100 Safety and Standards Compliance Specifications, page 17-101 Connector and Adapter Pinouts, page 17-102 Port Densities, page 17-107

Physical Specifications
Table A.1, page 17-99, lists the physical specifications for the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Table A.1 Physical Specifications Characteristic Height Width Depth Weight (fully-loaded chassis)1 Weight (unloaded chassis) Shipping Weight Mounting
2

Detail 14.0 inches (35.6 cm) 17.125 inches (43.5 cm) 23.50 inch (59.7 cm) AC-powered chassis: 140 lb (63.6 Kg) DC-powered chassis: 136 lb (61.8 Kg) AC-powered chassis: 84 lb (38.2 Kg) DC-powered chassis: 80 lb (36.4 Kg)

78 lb (35.5 Kg) 19-inch or 23-inch relay rack

1. A fully loaded Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis includes the fan tray assemblies, two power supply modules of choice, the system panel, and a complete set of ULCs, SCCs, and PLMs. 2. An unloaded Tellabs 8830 smart router chassis only includes the fan tray assemblies, two power supply modules of choice, and the system panel.

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System Management and Alarm Specifications


The Tellabs 8830 smart router system contains the following serial and Ethernet ports, alarm connectors, alarm switches, and LEDs: Two RS-232 (DB-9 connector) serial ports for remote and console connections 10/100 Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45) port for out-of-band management Premises alarm (DB-25) connector Alarm Cut-Off (ACO) switch LEDs for power (PWR A and PWR B) LEDs for temperature (TEMP) LEDs for fan (FAN 1 and FAN 2) LEDs for system status

- ULC 1, ULC 2, ULC 3, and ULC 4 - SCC 1 and SCC 2 (ACT, SB, and CPU) LEDs for alarms (CRT, MAJ, and MIN)

Environmental Requirements
Table A.2, page 17-100, lists the environmental requirements for the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. The Tellabs 8830 smart router must be installed in a restricted access location, as defined in U.S. Articles 10-116, 10-117, and 10-118 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, and as advised by the labeling on the Tellabs 8830 smart router (refer to Tellabs 8830 Smart Router Rear Connector Panel, page 17-56). Table A.2 Environmental Requirements Characteristic Operating temperature (up to 1800 meters altitude) Detail 5C (41F) to 40C (104F) Note: The Tellabs 8830 smart router is capable of shortterm operation between 5C and 55C temperature. Short-term operation means a period not to exceed 96 consecutive hours and not more than 15 days in a year under these conditions.

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Table A.2 Environmental Requirements (Continued) Characteristic Operating relative humidity Detail 5% to 85% non-condensing Note: The Tellabs 8830 smart router is capable of shortterm operation between 5% and 90% humidity, and not to exceed 0.024 Kilogram (Kg) of water/Kg of dry air. Short-term operation means a period not to exceed 96 consecutive hours and not more than 15 days in a year under these conditions.

Storage and transit temperature Storage and transit humidity Altitude Seismic/Earthquake Thermal output Operating noise emission

40C to +70C (40F to 158F) 95% relative humidity (RH) at 40C Up to 4000 meters (13,123 feet) NEBS (Network Equipment Building Systems) Zone 4-compliant 4433 BTU/hr (based on 1300 Watts) Below 78 dB (declared A-weighted sound power level), measured per NEBS GR-63-CORE issue 3.

Safety and Standards Compliance Specifications


Table A.3, page 17-101, lists the general safety- and standards-compliance specifications for the Tellabs 8830 smart router system. Table A.3 Safety and Standards Compliance Specifications Characteristic Safety EN60825-1/2 AS/NZS 3260 UL 60950 EN60950 CSA C22.2 No 950 FCC Part 15 Class A ETSI 300 386 Class A (Europe) VCCI Class A (Japan) ACA Class (Australia/New Zealand) BSMI Taiwan Class A GR-63-CORE: NEBS, Physical Protection GR-1089-CORE: NEBS, EMC, and Electrical Safety SR-3580 NEBS Criteria Levels ETSI 300 386 (2003) NEBS GR-1059 Issue 3 (2002) Detail

EMC

NEBS-Level 3

Immunity

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Caution:
For safety reasons, Tellabs recommends the use of shielded cable for all copper wire connections to and from the Tellabs 8800 smart router series chassis. The internal shield of the cable must be connected to ground at both ends of the cable. Tellabs intra-building port(s) is suitable for connection only to shielded intrabuilding cabling that is grounded at both ends.

Vorsicht:
Aus Sicherheitsgrnden empfiehlt Tellabs den Einsatz von geschirmten Kabeln fr alle Kupferdrahtverbindungen zum oder vom Tellabs 8800 smart router series Chassis. Die Innenschirmung des Kabels muss an beiden Kabelenden geerdet sein. Die innergebudlichen Anschlsse des Tellabs Systems eignen sich ausschlielich fr geschirmte und beidseitig geerdete Kabelverbindungen innerhalb von Gebuden. This section details about the following connectors and adapters: Console Serial Connector, page 17-102 RJ-45 to DB-9 Connector Adapters, page 17-103 Management Ethernet Interface, page 17-105 External Alarm Connector, page 17-106 External T1/E1 BITS Timing Connectors, page 17-107 Port Densities, page 17-107

Console Serial Connector


Pinouts for the serial connector on the switch and control card (SCC) are shown in Table A.4, page 17-102. This connector provides connections to a local TMOS CLI terminal. Table A.4 Serial Connector Pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal DCD (in) RxD (in) TxD (out) DTR (out) GND DSR (in)

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Table A.4 Serial Connector Pinouts (Continued) Pin 7 8 9 Signal RTS (out) CTS (in) RI (in)

RJ-45 to DB-9 Connector Adapters


Table A.5, page 17-104, lists the pin-to-pin cross-connections of the two RJ-45 female to DB-9 female connector adapters furnished with the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Use these adapters when connecting a local console to the serial connector on the system front panel or when connecting to a serial connector on a SCC.

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Table A.5 RJ-45 Female-to-DB-9 Female Adapter Pin Cross-Connections From DB-9 Pin 1 (unused) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (unused) To RJ-45 Pin ---6 3 2 4 and 5 7 1 8 ----

RJ-21 Connector Information


Table A.6, page 17-104, lists RJ-21 pinout and connector information for connecting 10/100 Fast Ethernet PLMs to out-of-band management interfaces. The receive and transmit signals are polarized. A single pin from each signal pair carries the positive signal, the other pin carries the negative. Table A.6 RJ-21 Connector Pinout Information Port Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Connector Pin Number 1 26 2 27 3 28 4 29 5 30 6 31 7 32 8 33 9 34 Sign al Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Port Number 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Connector Pin Number 13 38 14 39 15 40 16 41 17 42 18 43 19 44 20 45 21 46 Signal Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+)

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Table A.6 RJ-21 Connector Pinout Information (Continued) Port Number 10 11 12 Connector Pin Number 10 35 11 36 12 37 Sign al Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Port Number 22 23 24 Connector Pin Number 22 47 23 48 24 49 25,50,51,52 Signal Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Rx(-) Tx(+) Ground

Management Ethernet Interface


Pinouts for the management Ethernet interface (MGMT) RJ-45 10/100 Mbps connector on the rear panel are shown in Table A.7, page 17-105. Note: N/C indicates a pin that is not connected.

Table A.7 Management Connector Pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal TxD + (out) TxD (out) RxD + (in) N/C N/C RxD (in) N/C N/C

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External Alarm Connector


The DB-25 connector supports three visual alarms, three audible alarms, and an external ACO input. Pinouts for the external alarm interface are shown in Table A.8, page 17-106. Note: N.C. indicates an alarm lead that is normally closed. N.O. indicates an alarm lead that is normally open. N/C indicates a pin that is not connected. Table A.8 External Alarm Pinouts Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Description ACrit N.O. ACrit Com AMaj N.O. AMin N.O. AMin Com VCrit N.O. VMaj N.O. VMaj Com VMin N.O N/C N/C N/C Ext_ACO ACrit N.C. AMaj N.C. AMaj Com AMin N.C. VCrit N.C. VCrit Com VMaj N.C. VMin N.C. VMin Com N/C N/C Ext_ACO_R

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External T1/E1 BITS Timing Connectors


Pinouts for the two DB-15 external timing connectors are shown in Table A.9, page 17-107. These connectors (BITS IN A and B) are for the two incoming BITS clock signals. Table A.9 External Timing Connector Pinouts Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Timing IN N/C N/C RX Tip RX Pair Shield N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C RX Ring N/C N/C N/C N/C

Note:

T1/E1 BITS ports are intended to be used for local connections only. These ports should not be directly connected to the telecommunications network outside the building where the Tellabs 8830 smart router is installed.

Port Densities
Table A.10, page 17-107, lists the port densities for the supported PLMs for use in a Tellabs 8830 smart router. Table A.10 PLM Port Densities Module Interfaces OC-3/STM-1 (4-port) OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port) OC-3c/STM-1c 4-Port ATM PWE3 PLM Ports Per PLM/ULC 4/16 4/16 4/16 Ports Per Tellabs 8830 Smart Router 64 64 64 Ports Per 7-ft Rack (5 systems) 320 320 320

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Table A.10 PLM Port Densities (Continued) Module Interfaces OC-3/STM-1 (2-port) OC-3/STM-1 ATM IMA (2-port) OC-3/STM-1 CES1 (2-port) OC-3/STM-1 MLPPP MS (2-port) OC-12/STM-4 (4-port) OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port) OC-48/STM-16 (1-port) OC-48c/STM-16c (1-port) OC-48/STM-16 GFP2 (1-port) Gigabit Ethernet (4-port) Gigabit Ethernet (4-port without optics) 8830 10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port) 8830 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP (1-port) 8830 OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port) 8830 OC-192c/STM-64c XFP (1-port) Fast Ethernet (24-port) Fast Ethernet Enhanced (24-port) DS3/E3 Concatenated (6-port) DS3/E3 ATM Concatenated (6-port) DS3/E3 Channelized (6-port)
3

Ports Per PLM/ULC 2/8 2/8 2/8 2/8 4/16 4/16 1/4 1/4 1/4 4/16 --1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 24/96 24/96 6/24 6/24 6/24

Ports Per Tellabs 8830 Smart Router 32 32 32 32 64 64 16 16 16 64 --4 4 4 4 384 384 96 96 96

Ports Per 7-ft Rack (5 systems) 160 160 160 160 320 320 80 80 80 320 --20 20 20 20 1920 1920 480 480 480

1. PLM has two port modes; two OC-3/STM-1 unbridged ports or one OC-3/STM-1 CES bridged port (total reflects unbridged ports). 2. PLM has one OC-48 port and one bridged APS/MSP port supporting SONET 1+1 and 1:1 APS modes (total reflects OC-48 ports). 3. PLM ships without an optics package, which allows customers to select optics package that suits their specific needs.

Note:

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Appendix B. Setting Boot Parameters


The TMOS software is pre-installed and ready for system configuration after power is applied to the Tellabs 8830 smart router. During the system boot process, verify that the hardware LEDs are reporting proper status. The client IP address, mask, and gateway address must exactly match those that are configured for the IP management port. Refer to Connecting to the IP Management Network, page 17-97. This appendix provides the following type of information: A condensed boot sequence example, in which the validation and loading progress of software components and modules have been omitted (to avoid showing repetitive information). Only the final confirmation of the validation and loading progress is shown. A procedure for performing a manual boot configuration, which should only be performed if your system does not boot properly, or if the installed software is corrupt or missing. For additional assistance, refer to Contacting Technical Support, page 17-15. Examples of commands executable at the command prompt (M>) for viewing current boot settings, modifying settings, and restarting the boot sequence.

Viewing and Modifying Boot Parameters


During the initial boot sequence, the console screen displays the boot script from the Tellabs 8830 smart router. Use the following steps to view and modify the boot parameters: 1. Press the ESC key to interrupt the boot script and display the M> prompt.

Tellabs Multi-service OS First Stage Boot Loader Version 1.2.5 Copyright (c) 2012 Tellabs.All rights reserved. Running Power On Self Test... Memory Controller Test: PASS Main Memory Test: PASS L1 Cache Test: PASS L2 Cache Test: PASS Starting PCI Initialization PCI Bridge Test: PASS PCI Initialization Complete Starting Board Initialization Disk Test: PASS Ethernet Device Test: PASS Board Initialization Complete IP address: 10.8.4.63, MAC address: 00:02:A7:00:00:24
Found 1024 MB of memory M>

Beginning of boot script

ESC key interrupt Command prompt

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2. 3.

At the M> prompt, use the ? or help command to show available commands. Use the dc command to show current boot parameters, then press the Enter key to progress through each field in this display. To modify current boot settings, refer to step 4, page 17-110. Enter a . (period), and press the Enter key to leave the DC configuration mode.

M>dc Client IP address ............................ Network IP mask .............................. Gateway IP address ........................... TFTP server IP address ....................... Boot directory ............................... Boot file when using TFTP .................... Shelf number ................................. Enable Ethernet auto-negotiation ............. Ethernet port rate (10/100 Mbps) Only used if auto-negotiation is disabled .. Ethernet duplex (half/full) Only used if auto-negotiation is disabled .. M>

: : : : : : : :

10.8.4.63 255.255.0.0 10.8.0.1 10.6.25.29 ./ viva_strip.elf 0 Yes

Node address Gateway used by the management Ethernet interface for connection to an external management device.

Boot directory location at the TFTP server. Do not change Autonegotiation mode setting, as either on (enabled) or off (disabled) Ethernet port rate setting in Mbps, as either 10 or 100. Ethernet duplex mode setting, as either full or half.

: 100 : Full

4.

Use the cf command to modify boot parameters if necessary. To enter the change, type the new setting alongside the current setting, as shown in the Client IP address field in the following example.

M>cf Client IP address ............................ : [10.8.4.63] 10.8.4.64 WARNING: These settings should ONLY be changed if there is no currently active switch card and this card will become the active. Otherwise the settings will be overwritten by the active switch card's settings. Would you like to proceed and change the IP address to 10.8.4.64? [y/n]n Network IP mask .............................. : [255.255.0.0] Gateway IP address ........................... : [10.8.0.1] TFTP server IP address ....................... : [10.6.25.29] Boot directory ............................... : [./] Boot file when using TFTP ....................... : [viva_strip.elf] Shelf number ................................. : [0] Enable Ethernet auto-negotiation ............. : [Yes] Ethernet port rate (10/100 Mbps) Only used if auto-negotiation is disabled .. : [100] Ethernet duplex (half/full) Only used if auto-negotiation is disabled .. : [Full] Client IP address ............................ : [10.8.4.63] Network IP mask .............................. : [255.255.0.0] Gateway IP address ........................... : [10.8.0.1] TFTP server IP address ....................... : [10.6.25.29] Boot directory ................................... : [./] .

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5.
M>boot

Use the boot command to restart the normal boot sequence, and wait for the CLI banner to display.

Tellabs Multi-service OS First Stage Boot Loader Version 1.2.5 Copyright (c) 2012 Tellabs.All rights reserved. Running Power On Self Test... Memory Controller Test: PASS Main Memory Test: PASS L1 Cache Test: PASS L2 Cache Test: PASS Starting PCI Initialization PCI Bridge Test: PASS PCI Initialization Complete Starting Board Initialization Disk Test: PASS Ethernet Device Test: PASS Board Initialization Complete IP address: 10.8.4.63, MAC address: 00:02:A7:00:00:24 Found 1024 MB of memory Attempting to boot from Flash disk... Loading image from partition 2 Verifying image checksum... Loading image... ELF file is a PowerPC executable Module entry point is at 00200000 Section 0, Address 00200000, Size 1337312,1337312 Section 1, Address 003467E0, Size 8,8 Section 2, Address 003467E8, Size 24,24 Section 3, Address 00346800, Size 115784,115784 Section 4, Address 00370000, Size 51700,51700 Section 5, Address 0037CA00, Size 3120265,0 Section 6, Address 00676690, Size 8536,0 Section 7, Address 006787E8, Size 4000000,0 Section 8, Address 00A490E8, Size 4096,0 Section 9, Address 00A4A0E8, Size 2048,0 Section 10, Address 00A4A8E8, Size 808,808 Module entry point is at 00200000 Executing at 00200000 Second Stage Boot Loader Version 1.3.5 Mounting disks... Starting core services... Press ESC to abort auto-boot, Space to begin immediately... Seconds until auto-boot: 3... 2... 1... Validating third stage monolith ... (valid) Loading monolith ........................................ Loaded 3844608 bytes. Launching (0x01280000) ... Tellabs Multi-service OS System Software Copyright (c) 2012 Tellabs.All rights reserved Mounting disks ... Disk operations completed. Starting boot services ... Boot services started. Initializing multiboard operations ... Multiboard operations completed. Enabling shelf services ... Shelf services enabled. Validating software version .. Pass through for switch card.

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Logging services enabled. Checking Metafile ... Metafile valid. Active Partition: Software Version: Software Creation: Software Path: Host System: Standby Partition: Software Version: Software Creation: Software Path: Host System:

9.0.0.0.199 Wed 11/21/2012 5:49p d:\p90_builds\software9.0 BUILDSYS1 9.0.0.0.199 Wed 11/21/2012 6:06p d:\p90_builds\software\9.0 BUILDSYS1

Platform: Switch and Control Card Processor: Management Processor IP Address: 10.8.4.63 Location: Shelf 0, sw1 Disk: 20 GB (/sw1) Local Time Wed Nov 21 12:45:13 2012 Core components loaded. All components validated. Initialization complete. Active software version accepted. All modules loaded. All modules running. +----------------------------------------------------+ | Waiting for system resources ... | | You may force a login prompt by typing <ESC>111. | | Some system services may not be immediately | | available after forcing the login prompt. | +----------------------------------------------------+ .............................. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Welcome to Tellabs Multi-service OS Command Line Interface * * Tellabs, Inc. * Santa Clara, CA 95050 * www.tellabs.com * * North America: 1 (800) 443 5555 International: (707) 792 3501 * * Copyright(c) 2012 Tellabs. All rights reserved. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * --------------------------------------------------------| | For security reasons, please log in as root to change | | all default passwords. SNMP access will not be | | allowed until the changes have been made. | --------------------------------------------------------| login: root Password: Tellabs8800# |-----------------------------------| | CHANGE ALL DEFAULT PASSWORDS | | WITHIN 5 MINUTES; OTHERWISE | | YOUR SESSION WILL BE TERMINATED | |-----------------------------------| * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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Change password for: root Read-only-Password: root.8800 Confirm-read-only-Password: root.8800 Read-write-Password: root.8800 Confirm-read-write-Password: root.8800 Change password for: admin Read-only-Password: admin.8800 Confirm-read-only-Password: admin.8800 Read-write-Password: admin.8800 Confirm-read-write-Password: admin.8800

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Appendix C. Fiber Optic Cleaning


This section provides information and procedures for cleaning and handling all fiber optic adapters, connectors, and cables for the Tellabs 8800 smart router series. Information provided in this section includes: Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116

- Laser, page 17-116 - Safety Precautions, page 17-116 - Optical Fiber Handling, page 17-117 Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118

- Tools, page 17-123 - Materials, page 17-123 Fiber optic cleaning procedures provided in this section include: Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures, page 17-124 Cleaning SC Connectors, page 17-124 Cleaning Duplex LC Connector, page 17-125 Cleaning SC Adapters, page 17-126 Cleaning LC or SC Module Adapters, page 17-126

Connector cleaning procedures provided in this section include: Note: Cleaning Connectors, page 17-127 Materials and Tools, page 17-127 Cleaning an Unmated Fiber Connector, page 17-127 Cleaning an Unmated Bulkhead Connector, page 17-129 Cleaning a Mated Connector, page 17-130

Fiber optic cleaning procedures should be performed only when a problem is suspected, when new cables are installed, or when existing connections are removed or replaced. A customer may also opt to have a schedule defining frequencies for specific cleaning requirements.

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Fiber Optic Safety


Read the following information about fiber optic safety before installing and operating the Tellabs 8800 smart router series: Laser, page 17-116 Safety Precautions, page 17-116 Optical Fiber Handling, page 17-117

Laser
The Tellabs 8800 smart router series and associated optical test sets use semiconductor laser sources that emit light energy into fiber or lightguide cables. The lasers emit lightwaves within the infrared (invisible) wavelengths. The level of laser radiation emitted from the transmitters of this product are not considered to be hazardous; however, the level of radiation that may be emitted from a disconnected optical facility receive cable may be harmful to the eye. As a general practice, do not look into the end of optical disconnects.

Safety Precautions
Only qualified technicians who are knowledgeable and trained in optical safety hazards can operate, maintain, install, and service the Tellabs 8800 smart router series. Optical radiation originates from the optical connectors, or in the case of cable rupture, the optical fiber ends.

DANGER:
When inspecting optical fibers or connectors, always use protected optical viewing aids. For example, fiberscopes and magnifying glasses must be equipped with protective filters to block infrared (IR) laser radiation. Use laser safety glasses that are equipped to protect against all possible wavelength ranges emitting from the equipment.

GEFAHR:
Verwenden Sie stets Sichthilfen mit Schutzfunktion, wenn Sie Glasfaserkabel oder -anschlsse prfen. Beispielsweise mssen Fibroskope und Vergrerungsglser mit Schutzfiltern ausgerstet sein, die InfrarotLaserstrahlung abhalten. Tragen Sie eine entsprechende Schutzbrille, die die Augen vor allen mglichen Wellenlngen schtzt, die von der Lasereinheit ausgehen knnen.

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DANGER:
The power level of the visible and invisible laser radiation emitted from an unconnected facility fiber optical cable is not under Tellabs control and may be dangerous. Therefore, to ensure safety, assume that it is dangerous to your eyesight. As a general practice, NEVER LOOK INTO ANY OPEN OPTICAL PORT OR END OF A DISCONNECTED OPTICAL CABLE.

GEFAHR:
Tellabs hat keinerlei Einfluss auf die Leistung der sichtbaren und nicht sichtbaren Laserstrahlung, die von einem nicht mit der Anlage verbundenen Glasfaserkabel ausgeht und gesundheitliche Schden verursachen kann. Ergreifen Sie geeignete Sicherheitsmanahmen, da Laserstrahlung Ihre Augen schdigen kann. SCHAUEN SIE NIEMALS DIREKT IN EINEN OFFENEN OPTISCHEN ANSCHLUSS ODER IN DAS ENDE EINES NICHT VERBUNDENEN GLASFASERKABELS.

DANGER:
Do not examine fiber optic cables when there is a light source present. Before examining fiber optic cables with unfiltered magnifying lenses or microscopes, perform the following actions to prevent accidental exposure to optical radiation: perform the necessary steps to disable the laser source of the fiber to be examined disconnect the optical path from all relevant optical modules

Turning off a laser source in the Tellabs 8800 smart router series disrupts traffic.

GEFAHR:
Prfen Sie keine Glasfaserkabel, die Licht emittieren. Bevor Sie ein Glasfaserkabel mit Sichthilfen ohne Filter prfen, sollten Sie wie folgt vorgehen, um eine ungewollte Laserstrahlung aus dem Leiter zu vermeiden: Fhren Sie alle erforderlichen Schritte zur Abschaltung der Laserquelle fr das zu prfende Glasfaserkabel durch. Trennen Sie die Glasfaserverbindung zu allen entsprechenden optischen Modulen.

Eine Abschaltung der Laserquelle im Tellabs 8800 smart router series unterbricht die Datenbertragung.

Optical Fiber Handling


Optical fibers can break into small glass fragments during handling. These small bits of glass are almost invisible and can cause physical injury.

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DANGER:
Fiber glass fragments can enter the skin and be very difficult to detect and remove. Do not handle exposed optical fiber with bare hands or touch it to your body. If there is any suspicion of glass fiber chips in your eye, seek medical attention at once.

GEFAHR:
Glasfaserpartikel knnen in die Haut eindringen. Sie sind schwer zu lokalisieren und zu entfernen. Achten Sie darauf, dass weder Ihre Hnde noch andere Krperstellen mit freien Glasfasern in Kontakt kommen. Sollten Glasfaserpartikel in die Augen geraten, konsultieren Sie umgehend einen Arzt. Follow these precautions to prevent physical injury when handling optical fiber: 1. 2. Avoid looking directly at the fiber connectors. If it is required to look at the connectors, perform one of the following actions to prevent any hazard: a. Remove the optical modules or ensure the optical modules are not powered at both the shelf near end and shelf at the fiber path far end. b. Wear protective glasses that block all possible wavelength ranges emitting from the equipment. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Wear laser safety glasses when installing optical fibers. Wash your hands after handling optical fibers. Handle optical fibers with extreme care during installation and position the optical fibers in a safe and secure location. Protect unterminated optical fiber connectors with dust caps at all times. Perform the necessary steps to disable the laser source, unplug optical modules, and disconnect optical paths when using magnifying lenses or microscopes.

Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements


Fiber optic cleaning procedures should be performed only when a problem is suspected, when new cables are installed, or when existing connections are removed and replaced. To perform the procedures in this section: Observe all electrostatic discharge (ESD) practices, equipment handling guidelines, and power precautions. To prevent personal injury, before you proceed to perform a particular cleaning task, ensure that you are familiar with the Safety Precautions, page 17-116 and the Optical Fiber Handling, page 17-117.

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Caution:
This procedure is service affecting. Before servicing an in-service system, follow your company's prescribed procedures for obtaining technical assistance, or call Tellabs Technical Assistance at 1.800.443.5555 (North America) or 1.707.792.3501 (outside North America), before continuing with this procedure. It is the responsibility of the customer to prevent a service disruption.

Vorsicht:
Diese Manahmen gelten fr Wartungsarbeiten. Bevor Sie Wartungsarbeiten an einem in Betrieb befindlichen System durchfhren, beachten Sie die Vorgaben Ihres Unternehmen, um technische Untersttzung zu erhalten, oder wenden Sie sich telefonisch an den technischen Support von Tellabs unter +1-800-443-5555 (Nordamerika) oder +1-630-798-7070 (auerhalb Nordamerikas). Der Kunde ist fr die Vermeidung von Dienstunterbrechungen selber verantwortlich Take traffic into consideration before proceeding with any of the fiber optic cleaning procedures.

DANGER:
Laser emissions on the optical interface may be present. Even if traffic has been removed when the fiber optic cable was disconnected, the laser associated with the optical interface of the module may still be on. To avoid personal injury to the eyes assume the laser is always on and never look into the optical interface on any module.

GEFAHR:
An den optischen Schnittstellen kann Laserstrahlung freigesetzt werden. Selbst wenn keine Datenbertragung erfolgt, weil die Glasfaserverbindung getrennt wurde, kann der Laser an der offenen optischen Schnittstelle des Moduls noch aktiv sein. Um Verletzungen der Augen zu vermeiden, sollten Sie stets davon ausgehen, dass der Laser aktiv ist, und daher niemals in die optische Schnittstelle eines Moduls hineinsehen. Before servicing an in-service system, ensure that traffic has been removed from the optical interface. This precaution will prevent a service disruption and ensure that direct exposure to a laser beam is avoided. Clean the connectors on all new optical interfaces such as fiber connectors, adapters, and bulkheads before they are used to complete a connection. Clean the male and female ends of any connection that is going to be relocated or reseated.

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Ensure that dust caps are used to cover all unused types of connectors including fiber patch cables hanging off fiber racks, bulkheads on fiber patch panels, and system modules. Keep connectors covered when not in use. Inspect and clean module (bulkhead) connectors and adapters only if contamination is suspected. If connectors or adapters are damaged or cannot be cleaned, send them to Tellabs for repair. Clean all new system interconnect connectors prior to insertion. Use new material for each connector. Never reuse cleaning materials, unless directed to do in a procedure. Always insert the receive cable into the channel first, and then insert the associated transmit cable.

Observe the following admonishments before proceeding with any one of the cleaning procedures:

DANGER:
Do not examine fiber optic cables when there is a light source present. Before examining fiber optic cables with unfiltered magnifying lenses or microscopes, perform the following actions to prevent accidental exposure to optical radiation: perform the necessary steps to disable the laser source of the fiber to be examined disconnect the optical path from all relevant optical modules

Turning off a laser source in the Tellabs 8800 smart router series disrupts traffic.

GEFAHR:
Prfen Sie keine Glasfaserkabel, die Licht emittieren. Bevor Sie ein Glasfaserkabel mit Sichthilfen ohne Filter prfen, sollten Sie wie folgt vorgehen, um eine ungewollte Laserstrahlung aus dem Leiter zu vermeiden: Fhren Sie alle erforderlichen Schritte zur Abschaltung der Laserquelle fr das zu prfende Glasfaserkabel durch. Trennen Sie die Glasfaserverbindung zu allen entsprechenden optischen Modulen.

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DANGER:
Open ports and optical cable ends on the main shelf can have invisible laser emissions greater than the class 1 limit and can cause eye damage if viewed directly. Do not look into an open optical port or the end of a disconnected optical cable. Place dust caps on any unused transmit or receive port, especially the transmit port.

GEFAHR:
Aus offenen optischen Anschlssen und Glasfaserkabelenden am Hauptbaugruppentrger kann nicht sichtbare Laserstrahlung emittiert werden, die oberhalb der Klasse-1-Grenzwerte liegt und eine Schdigung der Augen verursachen kann, wenn jemand direkt in diese nicht sichtbare Strahlung blickt. Schauen Sie niemals direkt in einen offenen optischen Anschluss oder in das Ende eines nicht verbundenen Glasfaserkabels. Stecken Sie Staubschutzkappen auf nicht verwendete optische Eingnge und insbesondere Ausgnge.

DANGER:
Port shelf modules have a laser emission less than the class 1 limit, but a disconnected optical cable can have a laser emission greater than the class 1 limit and can cause eye damage if viewed directly. Do not look into an open optical port or the end of a disconnected optical cable. Place dust caps on any unused transmit or receive port, especially the transmit port.

GEFAHR:
Die Anschlussbaugruppen weisen eine Laserstrahlung auf, die unterhalb der Klasse-1-Grenzwerte liegt, jedoch kann an offenen optischen Anschlssen und Glasfaserkabelenden eine Laserstrahlung emittiert werden, die oberhalb der Klasse-1-Grenzwerte liegt und eine Schdigung der Augen verursachen kann, wenn jemand direkt in diese Strahlung blickt. Schauen Sie niemals direkt in einen offenen optischen Anschluss oder in das Ende eines nicht verbundenen Glasfaserkabels. Stecken Sie Staubschutzkappen auf nicht verwendete optische Eingnge und insbesondere Ausgnge.

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Warning:
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage sensitive electronic components resulting in a traffic-affecting condition. Ensure that plug-in modules are stored in static preventive material. Do not touch any components on the modules. Handle modules by the edges or faceplate. Always wear a properly grounded wrist strap when handling, removing, or inserting a module and when touching the equipment shelves or cables. ESD protective flooring, used with proper ESD footwear, may be used as an alternative to a wrist strap. ESD wrist straps and footwear should be checked daily to verify performance.

Warnung:
Empfindliche elektronische Bauteile knnen durch eine elektrostatische Entladung beschdigt werden, was den Datenverkehr beeintrchtigen kann. Stellen Sie sicher, dass Steckmodule in antistatischen Verpackungen aufbewahrt werden. Vermeiden Sie direkte Berhrungen der Module. Fassen Sie Module ausschlielich an den Auenkanten oder Blenden an. Tragen Sie jederzeit ein ordnungsgem geerdetes Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, wenn Sie ein Modul anfassen, um es beispielsweise ein- oder auszubauen, oder wenn Sie Kabel oder Baugruppentrger des Systems berhren. Alternativ zu einem Erdungsband um das Handgelenk knnen auch ein spezieller vor elektrostatischen Entladungen schtzender Bodenbelag verwendet und dazu Schutzschuhe getragen werden. Sowohl Erdungsband als auch Schutzschuhe sollten tglich auf ihre korrekte Schutzwirkung berprft werden.

Warning:
Canned air may spray liquid propellant. Liquid propellant may cause equipment damage. Do not shake the can before or during use. Use a burst of air to clear the spray tube while holding the can in an upright position away from your face; do not tilt the can more than 30 degrees.

Warnung:
Druckluft aus Spraydosen kann flssiges Treibmittel versprhen. Flssiges Treibmittel kann das System beschdigen. Schtteln Sie die Spraydose nicht vor oder whrend der Verwendung. Reinigen Sie den Druckluftschlauch der Dose mit einem kurzen Druckluftsto. Halten Sie dabei die Spraydose aufrecht und von Ihrem Gesicht abgewandt. Neigen Sie die Dose nicht mehr als 30 Grad.

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Warning:
Failure to disable the laser source of the fiber to be examined and disconnect the optical path from all relevant optical modules can result in equipment damage. The laser can burn components of the cleaning solutions and cause build-up of contaminants.

Warnung:
Wenn Sie die Laserquelle eines zu prfenden Glasfaserkabels nicht abschalten und die Glasfaserkabelverbindung zu den entsprechenden optischen Modulen trennen, kann dies zu einer Beschdigung des Systems fhren. Der Laserstrahl kann ggf. Bestandteile von Reinigungsmitteln verbrennen, was zu einer Verunreinigung der optischen Komponenten fhrt.

Tools
The following tools are required to perform these procedures: antistatic wrist strap or static-dissipating floor mat. If a staticdissipating floor mat is used, the proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) footwear must be worn. optical power meter

Materials
The following materials are required to perform the cleaning procedures: Fiber optic cleaning dispenser Fiber optic sticks Lint-free optic preparations Non-woven dry wipes 2.5 mm lint-free foam swabs 1.25 mm lint-free foam swabs

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Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures


Tellabs recommends that you use a fiber optic cleaning procedure that is IPC 8497-1 compliant. Before proceeding with any of the cleaning procedures, observe and review all admonishments and recommendations. Refer to Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118 and Optical Fiber Handling, page 17-117.

Cleaning SC Connectors
Follow these steps to clean SC connectors (refer to Figure C.1, page 17-124): Figure C.1 SC Connectors with Exposed Ferrules Connector Key

SC-UPC (blue) 1. 2. Observe Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116 and Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118. Visually inspect along the length of the ferrule OD and the ferrule end face for contamination or surface defects. If there are any noticeable defects (scratches, nicks, or cracks) tag and replace the fiber cable and start again. Clean the ferrule using the following steps: 3.1 3.2 Remove a new optic prep from its wrapper. Place the ferrule end of the connector in the fold of the wipe and twist around the ferrule with firm finger pressure. Refer to Figure C.2, page 17-124.

3.

Note:

Be sure to use only a portion of the prep that has not been touched. One prep may be used on more than one connector as long as an unused, untouched area of the prep is used for each connector.

Figure C.2

Cleaning the Ferrule with an Optic Prep

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4.

Clean the connector end face with the cleaning dispenser using the following steps: 3.3 Hold the dispenser with the left hand and use the thumb to push down on the lever (refer to Figure C.3, page 17-125). Do not release the lever yet. Two cleaning slots expose the cleaning tape and advance it at the same time. Press the connector end face of the ferrule in a perpendicular manner so that it is flush against the top of the cleaning tape exposed in the left slot. Twist back and forth once and drag it down along the entire length of the slot.

3.4

Figure C.3

Fiber Cleaning Method

3.5 5.

Repeat substep 3.4, page 17-125 using the right slot for a second swipe, then release the lever.

Insert the connector into the adapter.

Cleaning Duplex LC Connector


Use the following procedure to clean a duplex LC connector. Refer to Figure C.4, page 17-125. Figure C.4 Duplex LC Connector

1. 2.

Observe Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116 and Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118. Place a new optic prep on a flat and stable surface. Hold the ferrule end so that it is on top of the optic prep. Clean the end by moving the connector in a figure-8 pattern. Clean the connector end with a dry non-woven wipe to help dry the ferrule end. Wipe away any excess solution.

3.

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Cleaning SC Adapters
Use the following procedure to clean an SC adapter. Refer to Figure C.5, page 17-126. Figure C.5 SC Adapters

1. 2. 3.

Observe Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116 and Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118. Remove the covers. Insert the fiber optic stick in adapter and scrub with an in/out motion. Do not rotate since the inside ring will rotate with the stick and will provide no benefit. Up to four adapters may be cleaned with one stick, after which it must be discarded. Replace the covers and install the adapters in the module.

4.

Cleaning LC or SC Module Adapters


Use the following procedure to clean LC or SC module connectors (refer to Figure C.6, page 17-126). Figure C.6 SC and LC Module Connectors

SC connector

LC connector

Caution:
The optical module to be cleaned should be powered off before inspection and cleaning operations begin.

Vorsicht:
Alle optischen Module, die gereinigt werden sollen, mssen vor einer Prfung und Reinigung abgeschaltet und spannungsfrei sein.

Note:

This process may need to be performed a few times to achieve adequate results.

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1. 2.

Observe Fiber Optic Safety, page 17-116 and Fiber Optic Cleaning Requirements, page 17-118. Clean the connector end by inserting a dry swab into the adapter. (For an LC module connector, use a 1.25 mm foam swab.) Rotate several times with inward pressure. For stubborn dirt, slightly dampen a new foam swab with alcohol from an optical prep. Insert the damp swab into the adapter. Rotate several times with inward pressure. Insert a dry swab into the adapter. Rotate several times with inward pressure to help dry the ferrule end. Wipe away any excess solution. Visually inspect the ferrule end. If the dirt is still present, repeat steps 3, page 17-127, through 6, page 17-127.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Cleaning Connectors
This section describes cleaning connectors.

Materials and Tools


The following materials are required to perform these procedures: Antistatic wrist strap or static-dissipating floor mat. If a staticdissipating floor mat is used, the proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) footwear must be worn. Alcohol dispenser. Ultrasonic cleaner (optional). Fiber optic swabs with urethane foam head with a head diameter less than 2.2 mm. Canned alcohol (superpolite alcohol of >90% purity). Pressurized optical duster (canned air). Lint-free optic preparations.

Cleaning an Unmated Fiber Connector


Follow these steps to clean an unmated fiber connector.

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DANGER:
Never look into the end of an optical fiber. Exposure to invisible LASER radiation can cause serious and/or permanent damage to the eye or even blindness. Verify the optical source is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers. Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified within this document may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.

GEFAHR:
Schauen Sie niemals in das Ende eines Glasfaserkabels. Nicht sichtbare LASERSTRAHLUNG kann zu einer ernsthaften und/oder dauerhaften Schdigung der Augen bis hin zur Erblindung fhren. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die optische Quelle deaktiviert ist, und prfen Sie mithilfe eines entsprechenden Messgerts, dass keine Lichtwellenenergie vorhanden ist, bevor Sie mit Glasfaserkabeln arbeiten. Eine nicht den Vorgaben in diesem Dokument entsprechende Verwendung von Prf-/Messgerten, Durchfhrung von Einstellarbeiten oder Anwendung von Verfahrensweisen kann zu einer Freisetzung von gefhrlicher Laserstrahlung fhren.

Caution:
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) sensitive devices can cause catastrophic failure or degraded life and performance of a device. Use an anti-static wrist strap connected to a properly grounded source before contacting any electronic devices.

Vorsicht:
Elektrostatisch empfindliche Gerte knnen einen Komplettausfall oder eine eingeschrnkte Lebensdauer oder Leistung des Systems verursachen. Legen Sie ein ordnungsgem geerdetes Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, bevor Sie elektrischen Gerte/Komponenten berhren. 1. Using the pressurized duster, blow away any dust particles that may be on the exterior surface of the connector, particularly the sides and end face of the ferrule. This is easily done by holding the can approximately two inches from the surface to be cleaned and applying three to five short blasts of air. Fold a paper wipe over itself and place it on a hard surface. Place about 1/2 teaspoon of alcohol in the center of the wipe. Gently place the end face of the connector plug on the moistened portion of the wipe and slowly (and gently) slide it across the moistened area in one sweeping move.

2. 3. 4.

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Cleaning an Unmated Bulkhead Connector


Follow these steps to clean an unmated bulkhead connector (PLM).

DANGER:
Never look into the end of an optical fiber. Exposure to invisible LASER radiation can cause serious and/or permanent damage to the eye or even blindness. Verify the optical source is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers. Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified within this document may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.

GEFAHR:
Schauen Sie niemals in das Ende eines Glasfaserkabels. Nicht sichtbare LASERSTRAHLUNG kann zu einer ernsthaften und/oder dauerhaften Schdigung der Augen bis hin zur Erblindung fhren. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die optische Quelle deaktiviert ist, und prfen Sie mithilfe eines entsprechenden Messgerts, dass keine Lichtwellenenergie vorhanden ist, bevor Sie mit Glasfaserkabeln arbeiten. Eine nicht den Vorgaben in diesem Dokument entsprechende Verwendung von Prf-/Messgerten, Durchfhrung von Einstellarbeiten oder Anwendung von Verfahrensweisen kann zu einer Freisetzung von gefhrlicher Laserstrahlung fhren.

Caution:
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) sensitive devices can cause catastrophic failure or degraded life and performance of a device. Use an anti-static wrist strap connected to a properly grounded source before contacting any electronic devices.

Vorsicht:
ESD-empfindliche Gerte knnen zu einem Komplettausfall oder einer eingeschrnkten Lebensdauer oder Leistung des Systems fhren. Legen Sie ein ordnungsgem geerdetes Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, bevor Sie elektrischen Gerte/Komponenten berhren. 1. Using the pressurized duster, blow away any dust particles that may be on the exterior surface of the connector, particularly the inside walls of the alignment sleeve. This is easily done by holding the can approximately two inches from the surface to be cleaned and applying three to five short blasts of air. Moisten the end of a swab with alcohol and insert it into one side of the receptacle. Move the swab in and out two or three times and then remove it.

2.

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Dry the inside of the receptacle by holding the duster approximately two inches from the end of the receptacle and applying three to five short blasts of air.

Cleaning a Mated Connector


Follow these steps to clean a mated connector.

DANGER:
Never look into the end of an optical fiber. Exposure to invisible LASER radiation can cause serious and/or permanent damage to the eye or even blindness. Verify the optical source is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers. Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified within this document may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.

GEFAHR:
Schauen Sie niemals in das Ende eines Glasfaserkabels. Nicht sichtbare LASERSTRAHLUNG kann zu einer ernsthaften und/oder dauerhaften Schdigung der Augen bis hin zur Erblindung fhren. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die optische Quelle deaktiviert ist, und prfen Sie mithilfe eines entsprechenden Messgerts, dass keine Lichtwellenenergie vorhanden ist, bevor Sie mit Glasfaserkabeln arbeiten. Eine nicht den Vorgaben in diesem Dokument entsprechende Verwendung von Prf-/Messgerten, Durchfhrung von Einstellarbeiten oder Anwendung von Verfahrensweisen kann zu einer Freisetzung von gefhrlicher Laserstrahlung fhren.

Caution:
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) sensitive devices can cause catastrophic failure or degraded life and performance of a device. Use an anti-static wrist strap connected to a properly grounded source before contacting any electronic devices.

Vorsicht:
ESD-empfindliche Gerte knnen zu einem Komplettausfall oder einer eingeschrnkten Lebensdauer oder Leistung des Systems fhren. Legen Sie ein ordnungsgem geerdetes Erdungsband um Ihr Handgelenk, bevor Sie elektrischen Gerte/Komponenten berhren. 1. Using the pressurized duster, blow away any dust particles that may be on the exterior surface of the connector, particularly the inside walls of the alignment sleeve. This is easily done by holding the can approximately two inches from the surface to be cleaned and applying three to five short blasts of air.

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2.

Moisten the end of a swab with alcohol and insert it into one side of the receptacle. Move the swab in and out two or three times and then remove it. Moisten the end of a new swab with alcohol, insert it into the open side of the receptacle. Rotate the swab back and forth 90-degrees twice and then remove it. Dry the inside of the receptacle by holding the duster approximately two inches from the end of the receptacle and applying three to five short blasts of air.

3.

4.

Note:

If the urethane head swabs are not available, squirt a small amount of alcohol into the open side of the receptacle, wait about 10 seconds, and then dry it as described in step 4, page 17-131.

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