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  • User Manual

    Operation, Administration and Maintenance (O.A.M.)

    for

    multiAccess, QUTEX, miniGateway

    Version 5.1.17

    2008

  • Software version 1.17. OAM Manual

    TOPEX Page 2

    TOPEX GROUP

    TOPEX is a group of Romanian companies, founded in 1990, by ten enthusiastic engineers experienced in telecommunications. Its activity is directed to the research, development and production of telecom equipment as well as service.

    Very quickly, TOPEX become the most important manufacturer of communications solutions for small to large companies as well as for telecommunications operators and providers in Romania. Our company designs equipment for all existing mobile systems (GSM, CDMA, UMTS), including 3G technology.

    TOPEX is represented all over Romania by a wide network of local distributors through which the promotion, administration and product maintenance are running.

    Due to our innovation power, authentic flexibility, real respect for our parteners and the secure solutions that we provide TOPEX extended its business worldwide. Currently TOPEX delivers its products through its distributors to: Spain, France, Nigeria, Russia, UK, Turkey, Netherlands, Greece, Bulgaria, etc.

    In order to achieve effective and flawless manufacturing for its products, TOPEX has carefully organized its Research and Development Department along with its production facility.

    This allows TOPEX to have maximum control of all the processes involved in the complex operations related to high-technology electronic manufacturing. Currently, 25 percent of TOPEX personnel are part of R&D Department and their number is increasing.

    TOPEX also considered the training and the service as an integral part of the solutions it provides. Therefore, comprehensive training sessions are held at the TOPEX factory, complimentary for the companys clients. Service is also provided via Internet, as all TOPEX solutions are designed especially to allow this, at the lowest cost.

    TOPEX has implemented the quality management system according ISO9001 standard certified by SRAC since 1997, respectively by IQNET since 2002. In 2001 TOPEX become a sector member of I.T.U. (International Telecommunication Union).

    The main lines of products of our company are:

    - GSM/GPRS/UMTS interfaces (analog, E1, ISDN BRI and PRI, GSM VoIP gateway);

    - Signaling converters;

    - CDMA interfaces (voice/data, LAN, EV-DO gateway, GPS, miniature);

    - VoIP gateways;

    - Custom systems for special applications (air traffic control, railway dispatching center) or small series turn-key systems for different applications in telecommunications, developed according to the special requests of the customers;

    - Phone exchanges (analog, digital, private/rural, IP PBX, protocol converters).

    For more details please visit our website at www.topex.ro.

    The TOPEX Group is represented by a wide network of distributors who have taken over part of the local activities of market promotion, installing and setting to work, maintenance during the warranty period and post-guarantee.

    http://www.topex.ro/

  • TOPEX multiAccess

    Page 3 TOPEX S.A.

    Dear Client,

    Thank you for buying the TOPEX multiAccess Gateway and congratulation for your wise choice.

    By selecting multiAccess you have chosen:

    High-performance services, using advanced digital technology.

    Advanced diagnosis program that monitors the operation of the system in detail; remote operation possible.

    Integrated and compact solution, up to 32 mobile channels or 60 VoIP channels in a single 19-inch rack-mountable cabinet 7U high. It uses a single supply powered from the 230 VA.C. Mains.

    OAM application that offers integrated Graphical User Interface (GUI) and remote management to monitor all mobile channels. The user can view and monitor the status of all the mobile channels, including errors on any of the mobile channels. The monitoring can be performed locally or remotely over TCP-IP.

    Greatly improved audio quality and voice clarity through direct E1 - A Law to mobile conversion.

    User programmable access for dial-out. The user of the equipment can program "out-bound" calls (from GSM, CDMA or UMTS CDMA or GSM networks to the E1 trunks) to be restricted to a list of pre-programmed numbers only.

    This feature provides limited access to out-going calls on dedicated channels that are reserved only for the clients with subscriptions. The selected clients may have access to call-back or to long-distance services through VoIP networks.

    Detailed call billing by accurate answer- supervision and line- disconnect supervision based upon the selected signaling protocol (R2, R1, ISDN, SS7, H323 etc).

    Improved equipment reliability. Increased integration results in higher product reliability and also in less downtime owing to the lower failure rate.

    Low overall cost. The high product integration means also cost reduction compared with discrete solutions that use an E1 gateway with 30 external Fixed Wireless Terminals such as MobiLink (manufactured by TOPEX company).

  • Software version 5.1.17 OAM Manual

    TOPEX S.A. Page 4

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1 MAIN FEATURES 6 2 ABSTRACT 7 3 OPERATION, ADMINISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE (O.A.M.) 7

    3.1 System requirements 8 3.2 Installing the program 8 3.3 Starting the program 12 3.4 Menu description 13 3.4.1 Systems 14 3.4.2 Facilities 16 3.4.3 About 21 3.4.4 Help21 3.4.5 Exit21 3.4.6 Common commands 21

    3.5 Buttons (icons) description 22 3.6 Changes available through icons 23 3.6.1 - Save current configuration 23 3.6.2 - Upload edited configuration 23 3.6.3 - Download configuration 24 3.6.4 - Upload configuration 24 3.6.5 - Gateway parameters 24 3.6.6 - Directions names 27 3.6.7 - Calls directions 28 3.6.8 - Routing table 34 3.6.9 - LCR Table 42 3.6.10 - Restriction classes 43 3.6.11 - SIM table 44 3.6.12 - Holidays 45 3.6.13 - Callback Table 45 3.6.14 - ISUP configuration 47 3.6.15 - MTP Configuration 48 3.6.16 - VoIP Configuration 49 3.6.17 - SIP USERS 51 3.6.18 - File transfer 56 3.6.19 - Auto downloading files 57 3.6.20 - Clean HDD Space 57 3.6.21 - File Editor 57 3.6.22 - PUTTY 58 3.6.23 - Loading hour 58 3.6.24 - GSM Reprogramming 58 3.6.25 - Alerts 59 3.6.26 - Testing calls 60 3.6.27 - Halt and Reboot commands 62 3.6.28 - Configuration list 62 3.6.29 - Automatic requests 62

    3.7 Arborescent structure 63 3.8 Status bar description 64 3.9 File structure 66 3.9.1 Alarm files 66 3.9.2 Billing files 68 3.9.3 SMS files 75 3.9.4 Monitoring (activity) files 78 3.9.5 ASR files 83 3.9.6 Viewer files 84 3.9.7 Log files 84 3.9.8 Changes files 84

    3.10 Commands description 85 3.10.1 SMS command 85 3.10.2 Loading command 86

    3.11 Statistics description 87 3.11.1 ASR statistics 87 3.11.2 Average time statistics 88 3.11.3 Calls statistics 88 3.11.4 Total seized time and connected time statistics 88

  • TOPEX multiAccess

    Page 5 TOPEX S.A.

    3.12 Password mode protection 89 3.13 Connecting to a TOPEX multiAccess system 90 3.13.1 Error messages generated by the program 92 3.13.2 Viewing and configuring the ports 93 3.13.3 Port status 94 3.13.4 Card configuration 95

    3.14 Configuring the installed boards 98 3.14.1 Configuring the subscriber board FxS card S 98 3.14.2 Configuring the mobile modules card - G 99 3.14.3 Testing the mobile modules board 101 3.14.4 Configuring the PBX junctions board FxO card P 103 3.14.5 Configuring the E&M board - E available for multiAccess / Qutex 104 3.14.6 Configuring the BL (Local Battery) phone board B 105 3.14.7 Configuring the radio board RG 106 3.14.8 Configuring the ISDN - BRI board NT or TE 108

    3.15 Configuring the channels of TOPEX multiAccess 109 3.15.1 Configuring the E1R2 channels 109 3.15.2 Configuring the E1 ISDN channels 110 3.15.3 Configuring the E1 SS7 channels 111 3.15.4 Configuring the channels of VoIP cards 112

    3.16 Options selected with the right mouse button 112 3.16.1 Debug 113 3.16.2 Commands 117 3.16.3 Cell Info (GSM / UMTS port) 117 3.16.4 Received Signal Level (CDMA port) 118 3.16.5 Audio Level (GSM port) 118 3.16.6 Audio Level (CDMA port) 119 3.16.7 Neighbor Cells (only for a GSM port) 119 3.16.8 Send SMS (GSM port) 120 3.16.9 Test Port (only GSM port) 121 3.16.10 Test GSM card (only GSM port) 122 3.16.11 Add / Remove cards 124

    3.17 Trunk status 125 3.17.1 Trunk status of E1 card 125 3.17.2 Trunk status of VoIP card 126 3.17.3 Trunk status of E1 ISDN card 127 3.17.4 Trunk status of E1 card with SS7 settings 127

    3.18 Card status 128 3.19 Monitoring the gateway operation 129 3.19.1 Status monitoring 129 3.19.2 Cell, Level and Channel info 129 3.19.3 Calls monitoring 130

    4 CONFIGURATION AND ADMINISTRATION BY IP 134 4.1 Access to the system (logging in) 134 4.2 Status option 137 4.2.1 Port status 137 4.2.2 Trunk status 137 4.2.3 Card status 138

    4.3 Configuration 139 4.3.1 Card configuration 139 4.3.1.1 Adding a card 139 4.3.1.2 Removing a card 139

    4.3.2 Port configuration 139 4.4 Dirname option 141 4.5 Directions option 141 4.6 Routing option 143 4.7 LCR option 144 4.8 SIM option 145 4.9 Restrictions option 146 4.10 Info GSM option 147 4.11 Explorer option 147 4.12 Logout option 147

    5 GLOSSARY 148 6 APPENDIX 1 AT comma