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1 ! encor en etworks TM Version A, March Encore Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network The T1 E1 card fits into the expansion slot on the back of the BANDIT III. This document explains how to configure the T1 E1 card in the host BANDIT III. See Section 4.1, Configuring the T1 E1 Card in a Host BANDIT III. In addition, see Section 4.2, Viewing Global Paths in the BANDIT, and Section 4.3, Viewing Statistics for the T1 E1 Card. You will also need to configure a BANDIT III with an E&M card as a terminal in the PCM voice network. See Configuring the BANDIT III s E&M Card for a PCM Voice Network. Note: For information about the T1 E1 card, see Section 1.2.4, Single T1/E1 CSU/DSU Port for the Expansion Slot (in Ports in the BANDIT Products) or Section 1.2.5, Dual T1/E1 CSU/DSU Port for the Expansion Slot (in Ports in the BANDIT Products). 4.1 Configuring the T1 E1 Card in a Host BANDIT III 1 On the Main Menu, select Load Factory Defaults. The default configuration is loaded into the BANDIT. Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice : For information on trademarks, safety, limitations of liability, and similar topics, see Notices. Home Module: PCM Voice Network Document 4

2 Page 2 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 2 Then, still on the Main Menu, select Typical Configurations. The Typical Configurations menu is displayed. Typical Configurations Menu ) System Configuration 2) IP Interfaces 3) IP Static Routes 4) VPN Profiles 5) IP/VPN Policies 6) NAT Profiles 7) DNS/DHCP Servers 8) Configure Firewall 9) IP QoS (Quality of Service) A) GPS Geo-Fencing L) LAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET W) WAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET M) MODEM : Point-to-Point MODEM INTERNAL S) SERIAL : Frame Relay SERIAL V.24/RS232 DCE E) EXPANSION : Frame Relay EXPANSION EnDual T1/E1 B) RDU/IDU Ports... P) More Ports... Enter Choice : E 1 On the Typical Configurations Menu, select the Expansion port. The Expansion port s Logical Port Attribute Menu is displayed. Logical Port Attribute Menu ) Protocol : Frame Relay 2) Global Paths 3) Undefine Current Logical Port Enter Choice : 3 2 On the Logical Port Attribute Menu, select Undefine Current Logical Port. The Logical Port Attribute Menu is redisplayed, with no protocol defined. Logical Port Attribute Menu ) Protocol : UNDEFINED 2) Global Paths 3) Undefine Current Logical Port Enter Choice : 1 3 On the Logical Port Attribute Menu, now select Protocol. The Logical Port Protocol Selection Menu is displayed.

3 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 3 Logical Port Protocol Selection Menu ) Frame Relay 2) Point-to-Point (PPP) 3) MultiLink PPP 4) X.25+ 5) SDLC Routing 6) SDLC 1490 Configuration 7) Byte Sync Encapsulation 8) ALC 9) Bit Sync Encapsulation A) Sync Burroughs Poll/Select B) Bisync C) X.42 Spoofing D) Diagnostic Async E) CDC F) Voice/PCM Encapsulation Enter Choice : F 4 On the Logical Port Protocol Selection Menu, select Voice/PCM Encapsulation. The following prompt is displayed. Please enter the number of channels to configure,[24]: PCM/VOICE 5 To configure all 24 T1 channels, type 24 and press Enter. The Expansion port s PCM Parameters menu is displayed. PCM Parameters : EXPANSION ) GPT Names 2) Priority : Immediate Enter Choice : 6 It is not necessary to change anything on the PCM Parameters menu. Press Escape until you reach the Main Menu.

4 Page 4 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice : 3 7 On the Main Menu, select Advanced Configurations. The Advanced Configurations menu is displayed. Advanced Configurations ) Physical Configurations 2) Data Configurations 3) Local Address 4) Routing 5) Global Paths Enter Choice : 1 8 On the Advanced Configurations menu, select Physical Configurations. The menu of Port Interfaces is displayed. Port Interfaces M) MODEM : INTERNAL S) SERIAL : V.24/RS232 DCE E) EXPANSION : EnDual T1/E1 1) RDU/IDU Ports... : Enter Choice : E 9 On the menu of Port Interfaces, select the Expansion port. The Expansion port s Physical Parameters menu is displayed.

5 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 5 Physical Parameters : EXPANSION ) Dual Port T1/E1 Configuration Enter Choice : 1 10 On the Physical Parameters menu, select Dual Port T1/E1 Configuration. The Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu is displayed. Dual port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration ) Subport 1 2) Subport 2 3) Clocking : Internal 4) Timeslots : 1-24 (Read only) 5) E1/T1 Port Type : T1 6) Channel Mode : Channelized 7) Channel Data Rate 8) Buffer Length : 0 9) Queue Depth : 0 A) Dual port T1/E1 Cross-connect Configuration B) Voice Config Enter Choice : 3 11 Now you can change the clock source. On the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu, select Clocking. The Dual Port T1/E1 Clock Source Configuration menu is displayed. Dual port T1/E1 Clock Source Configuration ) Line(Subport 1) 2) Line(Subport 2) 3) Internal Enter Choice : 12 Select the source for the BANDIT s clocking. The BANDIT is configured to use the selected source for clocking. 13 Press Escape to return to the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu.

6 Page 6 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Dual port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration ) Subport 1 2) Subport 2 3) Clocking : Internal 4) Timeslots : 1-24 (Read only) 5) E1/T1 Port Type : T1 6) Channel Mode : Channelized 7) Channel Data Rate 8) Buffer Length : 0 9) Queue Depth : 0 A) Dual port T1/E1 Cross-connect Configuration B) Voice Config Enter Choice : 1 14 On the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu, select Subport 1. The Subport 1 Parameters menu is displayed. Subport 1 Parameters ) Dual T1/E1 Network Interface Enter Choice : 1 15 On the Subport 1 Parameters menu, select Dual T1/E1 Network Interface. The T1/E1 Network Interface Setting menu is displayed. On this menu, you can change line build-out, frame format, and CAS signaling. T1/E1 Network Interface Setting ) Admin Status : Enabled 2) Subport 1 Line Build-Out : T1 DSX 0-110ft 3) Frame Format Configuration : ESF 4) Line Coding : B8ZS 5) CRC : Enabled 6) CAS Signaling Enter Choice : 6 16 On the T1/E1 Network Interface Setting menu, select CAS Signaling. The Channel Associated Signaling Configuration menu is displayed. Note: For voice, CAS signaling should be enabled for all timeslots in use. Channel Asscociated Signaling Configuration ) Enable : Timeslot [1-24] 2) Disable : Enter Choice :

7 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 7 17 Verify that all timeslots (timeslots 1 24 for T1, timeslots 0 31 for E1) have CAS signaling enabled. Then press the Escape key until you return to the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu. Dual port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration ) Subport 1 2) Subport 2 3) Clocking : Internal 4) Timeslots : 1-24 (Read only) 5) E1/T1 Port Type : T1 6) Channel Mode : Channelized 7) Channel Data Rate 8) Buffer Length : 0 9) Queue Depth : 0 A) Dual port T1/E1 Cross-connect Configuration B) Voice Config Enter Choice : B 18 Now, on the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu, select Voice Config. The Voice Channel Configuration menu is displayed. On this menu, the signaling bits for Idle (onhook) state and Offhook state can be configured. Voice Channel Configuration ) Companding Law : Mu-Law 2) Algorithm : G726/32 3) Idle bits : ) Offhook bits : ) Signaling bits : Transparent Enter Choice : Note: For a T1 line, make sure the companding is set to Mu-Law (µ-law). For an E1 line, use A-Law companding. 19 After you have configured parameters on the Voice Channel Configuration menu, press Escape to return to the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu.

8 Page 8 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Dual port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration ) Subport 1 2) Subport 2 3) Clocking : Internal 4) Timeslots : 1-24 (Read only) 5) E1/T1 Port Type : T1 6) Channel Mode : Channelized 7) Channel Data Rate 8) Buffer Length : 0 9) Queue Depth : 0 A) Dual port T1/E1 Cross-connect Configuration B) Voice Config Enter Choice : 20 When you have finished configuring parameters on the Dual Port T1/E1 CSU/DSU Configuration menu, press the Escape key until you return to the Main Menu. Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice : 21 On the Main Menu, select Typical Configurations. The Typical Configurations Menu is displayed.

9 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 9 Typical Configurations Menu ) System Configuration 2) IP Interfaces 3) IP Static Routes 4) VPN Profiles 5) IP/VPN Policies 6) NAT Profiles 7) DNS/DHCP Servers 8) Configure Firewall 9) IP QoS (Quality of Service) A) GPS Geo-Fencing L) LAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET W) WAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET M) MODEM : Point-to-Point MODEM INTERNAL S) SERIAL : Frame Relay SERIAL V.24/RS232 DCE E) EXPANSION : PCM EXPANSION EnDual T1/E1 B) RDU/IDU Ports... P) More Ports... Enter Choice : 2 22 On the Typical Configurations Menu, select IP Interfaces. Now you can enter IP address for the LAN or WAN port as shown in the capture. If the IP Interface Table already has records, it is displayed. Go to Step 35. If the IP Interface Table does not yet have any records, the following messages are displayed. Empty IP Interface Table Add IP Interface Table Entry Then a prompt asks for the IP address for the LAN port. Enter Interface IP Address (N.N.N.N or = Unnumbered) : Type the IP address and press Enter. Note: Get all IP addresses from your network administrator. Enter Interface Subnet Mask (N.N.N.N or ) : Type the subnet mask and press Enter (or just press Enter to accept the default subnet mask). The following prompt is displayed.

10 Page 10 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Enter Path Name (1 to 10 Characters): LAN 25 Type the global path name (in this configuration, that path name is LAN), and press Enter. Note: Global path names are case-sensitive. LAN, Lan, and lan are considered different names. Make sure you use all capitals in the global path name LAN for this configuration. The following prompt is displayed. Enter Next Hop Router Address. <ESC> for Broadcast (N.N.N.N) : 26 If you wish to specify the next hop, type that router s IP address and press Enter. Leave the entry blank if you do not wish to specify the next hop, and press Enter. The following prompt is displayed. Enter RIP Mode ((1) On) ((2) Send) ((3) Listen) ((4) Off), [4]: 27 Enter the type of Routing Information Protocol (RIP) you want this port to use. Note: Confer with your network administrator to determine the RIP mode to use in your network. The following prompt is displayed. Enter NAT Configuration Number ( 0 = None ), [None] : 28 Enter the NAT Configuration (1, 2, or 3) you want this port to use. The following prompt is displayed. For dynamic IP addresses, please use = modem, = modem over SERIAL or = modem over EXPANSION. Enter BackUp Interface IP Address, [None]: Note: For a fail-over back-up connection, the user may choose the physical Modem port, a modem port connected to the Serial port or the one plugged into the Expansion slot. All of these modems can be configured to get the run-time IP addresses from the service providers. For example, the user can type to route the default IP addresses over the cellular port in the Expansion slot, using the cellular port as a backup interface. After the BANDIT has been configured and restarted, then, when the cellular module starts

11 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 11 up in fail-over mode, the network provides an IP address to the cellular module. The default IP packets (that is, those not falling within the netmask ranges of the configured interfaces) are then routed over the cellular port. The dynamic IP address is unknown during the time the configuration is being set. To facilitate routing packets over the dynamic IP address (defined by the service provider) during run time, the prompt allows the user to choose the port (for example, Expansion or Cellular) in consideration. 29 Enter the back-up IP address that indicates the type of fail-over back-up you want the BANDIT to use. (If the back-up interface is dynamic for example, if you want the backup to be able to use the cellular wireless connection leave the selection at [None]. The following prompt is displayed. Enter the MTU (256 to 1500)[1500] : 30 Enter the Maximum Transmission Unit. The following prompt is displayed. Enable Dynamic MTU adjustment based upon priorities?(y/n), [N]: N 31 Specify whether to allow MTU adjustment. The following prompt is displayed. Enter remote ping address(n.n.n.n, = NONE),[NONE]: 32 Enter the remote ping IP address. The following prompt is displayed. Enable VRRP(Yes/No),[N]?: N 33 Specify whether to use the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol. The following message indicates that the record has been added to the table. Entry Added Then the system asks for the next entry for the table.

12 Page 12 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Enter Interface IP Address (N.N.N.N or = Unnumbered) : 34 Do one of the following: a If there is another entry, return to Step 23. b If the table is complete, press the Escape key. The IP Interface Table is displayed. Entry IP Address Net Mask Gpt Name Next Router Mode MTU LAN Off 1500 Add, Modify, or Delete an Entry? (Enter A, M, or D): 35 Do one of the following: a If you wish to make changes in the IP Interface Table, press the appropriate key (a, m, or d), and follow the directions that appear on the screen. b If the table needs no changes, press the Escape key. The following message is displayed. IP interface Table Handling Complete 36 Press Escape until you reach the Main Menu. 37 On the Main Menu, select Typical Configurations. The Typical Configurations menu is displayed.

13 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 13 Typical Configurations Menu ) System Configuration 2) IP Interfaces 3) IP Static Routes 4) VPN Profiles 5) IP/VPN Policies 6) NAT Profiles 7) DNS/DHCP Servers 8) Configure Firewall 9) IP QoS (Quality of Service) A) GPS Geo-Fencing L) LAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET W) WAN : EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET M) MODEM : Point-to-Point MODEM INTERNAL S) SERIAL : Frame Relay SERIAL V.24/RS232 DCE E) EXPANSION : PCM EXPANSION EnDual T1/E1 B) RDU/IDU Ports... P) More Ports... Enter Choice : P 38 On the Typical Configurations menu, select More Ports. The Typical Configurations Menu for more ports is displayed. Typical Configurations Menu ) Ports 1 to 20 2) Ports 21 to 40 3) Ports 41 to 60 4) Ports 61 to 75 Enter Choice : 3 39 On the Typical Configurations Menu for more ports, select Ports 41 to 60. The Logical Port Protocol menu for ports 41 through 60 is displayed.

14 Page 14 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Logical Port Protocol Mapped To Port Interfaces ) UNDEFINED 42) UNDEFINED 43) UNDEFINED 44) UNDEFINED 45) UNDEFINED 46) UNDEFINED 47) UNDEFINED 48) UNDEFINED 49) Frame Relay Port 49 50) Frame Relay Port 50 51) Frame Relay Port 51 52) Frame Relay Port 52 53) Frame Relay Port 53 54) Frame Relay Port 54 55) Frame Relay Port 55 56) Frame Relay Port 56 57) Frame Relay Port 57 58) Frame Relay Port 58 59) Frame Relay Port 59 60) Frame Relay Port 60 Enter Port : On the Logical Port Protocol menu, select port 49. The port s Logical Port Attribute Menu is displayed. Logical Port Attribute Menu ) Protocol : Frame Relay 2) Global Paths 3) Undefine Current Logical Port Enter Choice : 1 41 On the Logical Port Attribute Menu, select Protocol. The Frame Relay Management Parameters menu for port 49 is displayed.

15 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 15 Frame Relay Management Parameters : Port ) Type : Frame Relay over IP 2) IP Address : ) Local IP Address : ) Protocol : Adaptive Management - User 5) Value N1 : 6 6) Value N2 : 3 7) Value N3 : 4 8) Timer T1 : 10 9) Timer T2 : 15 A) Priority / CIR Enforcement : Disabled B) High to Medium Ratio : 4:1 C) Medium to Low Ratio : 4:1 D) DLCI CIR Information E) FRF-12 Fragmentation : Disabled Enter Choice : 2 42 On the Frame Relay Management Parameters menu, select IP Address. Enter Destination IP Address (N.N.N.N) : Enter the remote site address for the destination IP address of the GRE Frame Relay port. Note: For each of the 24 remote sites, there is a corresponding logical port, starting from logical port 49. From the network administrator, the user can get the IP addresses of the remote sites. The Frame Relay Management Parameters menu is redisplayed, with the remote IP address listed. Frame Relay Management Parameters : Port ) Type : Frame Relay over IP 2) IP Address : ) Local IP Address : ) Protocol : Adaptive Management - User 5) Value N1 : 6 6) Value N2 : 3 7) Value N3 : 4 8) Timer T1 : 10 9) Timer T2 : 15 A) Priority / CIR Enforcement : Disabled B) High to Medium Ratio : 4:1 C) Medium to Low Ratio : 4:1 D) DLCI CIR Information E) FRF-12 Fragmentation : Disabled Enter Choice : 3 44 On the Frame Relay Management Parameters menu, select Local IP Address. The following prompt is displayed.

16 Page 16 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Enter Local IP Address (N.N.N.N)( for system to decide) : Type the BANDIT s IP address as the source address and press Enter. The Frame Relay Management Parameters menu is redisplayed, with the local IP address listed. Frame Relay Management Parameters : Port ) Type : Frame Relay over IP 2) IP Address : ) Local IP Address : ) Protocol : Adaptive Management - User 5) Value N1 : 6 6) Value N2 : 3 7) Value N3 : 4 8) Timer T1 : 10 9) Timer T2 : 15 A) Priority / CIR Enforcement : Disabled B) High to Medium Ratio : 4:1 C) Medium to Low Ratio : 4:1 D) DLCI CIR Information E) FRF-12 Fragmentation : Disabled Enter Choice : 4 46 On the Frame Relay Management Parameters menu, select Protocol. The Frame Relay Management Protocol menu is displayed. Frame Relay Management Protocol ) ANSI T1.617 Annex D - User 2) CCITT Q.933 Annex A - User 3) LMI - User 4) Adaptive Management - User 5) ANSI T1.617 Annex D - Network 6) CCITT Q.933 Annex A - Network 7) LMI - Network 8) Adaptive Management - Network 9) None Enter Choice : 9 None 47 Select a Frame Relay Management Protocol for example, None. Note: You can select any Frame Relay management protocol in the menu, but the selection None reduces overhead traffic. The Frame Relay Management Parameters menu is redisplayed, with the specified change in the protocol used.

17 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 17 Frame Relay Management Parameters : Port ) Type : Frame Relay over IP 2) IP Address : ) Local IP Address : ) Protocol : None 5) Value N1 : 0 6) Value N2 : 0 7) Value N3 : 0 8) Timer T1 : 0 9) Timer T2 : 0 A) Priority / CIR Enforcement : Disabled B) High to Medium Ratio : 4:1 C) Medium to Low Ratio : 4:1 D) DLCI CIR Information E) FRF-12 Fragmentation : Disabled Enter Choice : 48 Then press Escape until the Typical Configurations Menu for more ports is redisplayed. Typical Configurations Menu ) Ports 1 to 20 2) Ports 21 to 40 3) Ports 41 to 60 4) Ports 61 to 75 Enter Choice : 3 49 Repeat Step 39 through Step 48 for each logical Frame Relay port corresponding to each of the other sites. A T1 configuration can support up to 24 sites; an E1 configuration can support up to 30 sites. 50 Review the configuration. When the configuration is complete as planned, then press Escape until you return to the Main Menu. 51 On the Main Menu, select Write Configuration. The system asks for a password. 52 Enter the password. (The default password for Writing, or saving the configuration, is just to press the Enter key. Check with your network administrator for your system s password.) The configuration is saved. 53 Then, on the Main Menu, select Reset Unit. The BANDIT restarts, using the new saved configuration. Now the card in the expansion port is configured for PCM voice.

18 Page 18 PCM Voice Network, Document Viewing Global Paths in the BANDIT These steps let you review the configuration of the global paths in the BANDIT. 1 On the Main Menu, select Advanced Configurations. Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice : 3 The Advanced Configurations menu is displayed. Advanced Configurations ) Physical Configurations 2) Data Configurations 3) Local Address 4) Routing 5) Global Paths Enter Choice : 5 2 On the Advanced Configurations menu, select Global Paths. The BANDIT s Global Path table is displayed. Note: In this example, 24 paths have been configured for Frame Relay.

19 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 19 Entry Path Name PathType Port DLCI Port4916 FR PVC Port Port5016 FR PVC Port Port5116 FR PVC Port Port5216 FR PVC Port Port5316 FR PVC Port Port5416 FR PVC Port Port5516 FR PVC Port Port5616 FR PVC Port Port5716 FR PVC Port Port5816 FR PVC Port Port5916 FR PVC Port Port6016 FR PVC Port Port6116 FR PVC Port Port6216 FR PVC Port Port6316 FR PVC Port Port6416 FR PVC Port Port6516 FR PVC Port More... (Press Any Key, ESC to stop displaying paths) 18 Port6616 FR PVC Port Port6716 FR PVC Port Port6816 FR PVC Port Port6916 FR PVC Port Port7016 FR PVC Port Port7116 FR PVC Port Port7216 FR PVC Port Entry Path Name PathType Port LAN PORT TYPE LAN 26 WAN PORT TYPE WAN 27 MODEM PORT TYPE MODEM Add, Modify, or Delete an Entry? (Enter A, M, or D): 3 When you have finished reviewing the BANDIT s paths, press the Escape key. The following message is displayed. Global Path Table Handling Complete 4.3 Viewing Statistics for the T1 E1 Card You can monitor the BANDIT III s statistics while it performs its functions in the network. 1 On the Main Menu, select Statistics.

20 Page 20 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice : S The Statistics menu is displayed. Statistics ) Logical Ports I) IP P) ICMP U) UDP T) TCP L) Loader S) SNMP B) BANDIT Triggers 2) Alarms C) LLC W) SNA Switching Q) QLLC O) MODEM V) VPN Statistics G) GPS Status Z) Clear All Statistics D) Display All Statistics A) Dump All Statistics Enter Choice : 1 2 On the Statistics menu, select Logical Ports. The Logical Port Statistics menu is displayed.

21 Configuring the BANDIT III s T1 E1 Card for a PCM Voice Network Page 21 Logical Port Statistics Attached To IP Address Port Interfaces C) Comm/Supervisor Comm/Sup DCE M) Point-to-Point MODEM INTERNAL L) EtherNet No DHCP ETHERNET W) EtherNet DHCP Client ETHERNET S) Frame Relay SERIAL V.24/RS232 DCE B) RDU/IDU Stats : Error detected P) More Ports... Enter Choice : P 3 On the Logical Port Statistics menu, select More Ports. The Logical Port Statistics menu for more ports is displayed. Logical Port Statistics ) Ports 1 to 20 2) Ports 21 to 40 3) Ports 41 to 60 4) Ports 61 to 75 Enter Choice : 1 4 Select Ports 1 to 20. The list of ports for Logical Port Statistics is displayed. Logical Port Statistics Mapped To Port Interfaces ) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 1 EnDual T1/E1 2) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 2 EnDual T1/E1 3) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 3 EnDual T1/E1 4) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 4 EnDual T1/E1 5) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 5 EnDual T1/E1 6) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 6 EnDual T1/E1 7) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 7 EnDual T1/E1 8) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 8 EnDual T1/E1 9) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 9 EnDual T1/E1 10) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 10 EnDual T1/E1 11) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 11 EnDual T1/E1 12) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 12 EnDual T1/E1 13) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 13 EnDual T1/E1 14) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 14 EnDual T1/E1 15) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 15 EnDual T1/E1 16) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 16 EnDual T1/E1 17) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 17 EnDual T1/E1 18) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 18 EnDual T1/E1 19) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 19 EnDual T1/E1 20) PCM EXPANSION Ts: 20 EnDual T1/E1 Enter Choice : 1 5 On the list of ports for Logical Port Statistics, type the number of a port whose statistics you wish to view, and press Enter. (In this example, we select port 1.)

22 Page 22 PCM Voice Network, Document 4 Port : Port 1 Protocol : PCM/Voice Frames Received : Frames Transmitted : 0 DISCARDED FRAMES: Rx No WAN Connection : 0 Tx No Driver Connection : 0 Press Any Key to Continue... 6 When you have finished viewing statistics for the selected port, press any key. The following message is displayed. Enter "C" to Clear Statistics, "ESC" to Return And Any Other Key to Refresh Statistics 7 Do one of the following: a For a new view of the statistics (that is, to see new numbers in the few seconds or minutes since the current statistics were displayed), press any key other than C or Enter. b To restart collection of statistics for this port (that is, to set the number at zero and let statistics starting collecting again), press the C key. c To stop viewing statistics for this port, press the Escape key. 8 When you have finished viewing statistics, press Ctrl Z, or press the Escape key until you reach the Main Menu. Main Menu ) QuickStart Config Builder 2) Typical Configurations 3) Advanced Configurations 4) Tools V) View Current Unit Status F) Cellular Fast Connect L) Load Factory Defaults P) Load Plug and Play Defaults W) Write Configuration R) Reset Unit X) exit Session S) Statistics Y) system Administration Enter Choice :

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