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1 VCL-GPS-2145 Primary Reference Clock PTP IEEE-1588v2 Grandmaster User Installation Manual AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 1

2 Warranty This AceCom product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment. During the warranty period, AceCom will, at its discretion, either repair or replace products, which prove to be defective. For warranty service or repair, this product must be returned to a service facility designated by AceCom. The buyer shall prepay shipping charges to AceCom and the company shall pay shipping charges to return the product to the buyer. However, the buyer shall pay all the shipping charges, duties and taxes for products returned to AceCom from another country. Limitation of Warranty The foregoing warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance by the buyer. The buyer-supplied firmware or interfacing, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the environmental specifications for the product or improper site preparation or maintenance. Exclusive Remedies The remedies provided herein are the buyer's sole and exclusive remedies. AceCom shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, whether based on contract or any legal theory. Notice This manual contains information that is proprietary to AceCom Network Pte Ltd. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form whatsoever without prior written approval by AceCom Network Pte Ltd. Safety Warnings The exclamation point within a triangle is intended to warn the operator or service personnel of operation and maintenance factors relating to the product and its operating environment, which could pose a safety hazard. Always observe standard safety precautions during installation, operation and maintenance of this product. Only qualified and authorized service personnel should carry out adjustment, maintenance or repairs to this instrument. No adjustment, maintenance or repairs should be performed by either the operator or the user. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 2

3 GENERAL Exercise extreme care when handling any electronics equipment as it contains precision parts that can be damaged by improper handling. Avoid touching connector pin surfaces. Foreign matter deposited on contact surfaces can cause corrosion, and eventually lead to degradation of performance. In addition, do not use abrasives to clean contact/pin surfaces. ESD CONSIDERATION Each module contains semiconductor devices that can be damaged by electrostatic discharges. It is advisable to take anti-static precautions when handling electronic boards or static sensitive components. Use an approved anti-static bracelet in accordance with company practice. WATER AND MOISTURE Do not place containers with liquids such as coffee, water, sodas, etc. on the unit. Do not operate this equipment in a wet environment. HEATING Do not install this product near heat sources such as radiators, air ducts, areas subject to direct, intense sunlight, or other products that produce heat. VENTILATION To protect the unit from overheating, when integrating this unit in a rack cabinet, at least 1 RU (4.3 cm) of clearance above and below the unit is necessary to assure sufficient cooling. GROUNDING EARTH CONNECTION IS ESSENTIAL BEFORE CONNECTING TO THE SUPPLY. Ensure that all devices connected to the unit are connected to its protective (earth) ground. Any interruption of the protective grounding or disconnecting the protective earth terminal is likely to make the equipment dangerous. Intentional interruption is prohibited. POWER Make sure the power sources are compatible with the power inputs of the equipment. Verify that the correct fuses are installed. The equipment's protective earth terminals must be connected to the protective conductor of the station earth. The mains AC plug shall only be inserted in a socket outlet provided with a protective earth contact. The protective action must not be negated by the use of an extension cord (power cable) without a protective conductor (grounding). POWER CORD PROTECTION The supplied power cables connected to the unit should be routed or installed in such a manner to protect it from being walked on or pinched. The unit should be powered down completely before connecting or disconnecting the power cable. The power cord should be removed before moving the unit. The power cord must be placed near an easily accessible unobstructed socket outlet. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 3

4 CLEANING Connected and running equipment can only be dusted using a soft dry cloth. ONLY WITH, AUTHORIZED PERMISSION, OUT OF SERVICE & UNPLUGGED equipment can be cleaned with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use liquid cleaners, aerosols, abrasive pads, scouring powders or solvents, such as alcohol. Ensure the cleaned surface is fully dry before reconnecting power. SERVICING AND MODIFICATIONS To avoid dangerous electric shock, do not perform any servicing or modifications, other than recommended, in this User Manual. Do not attempt to gain access to areas of the unit where dangerous voltages are present. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE Refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power supply cord is damaged. If liquid has been spilled on the enclosure of the unit. If the product does not function normally by following the instructions in the User s Manual. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require rework by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. If the product has been damaged in any way. When the unit displays a negative, distinct change in performance. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 4

5 Index Particulars Page No. Section 1: System Description and Installation 12 Product Overview 12 Synchronization Inputs 12 Features and Highlights 13 Additional Features 13 Typical Synchronization Applications 13 Management Interfaces and Software 14 Hardware Highlights 14 Block Diagram 14 Front View 15 4 Electrical Ethernet Version 15 2 Optical and 2 Electrical Ethernet Version 15 Front Panel Description 15 LED Description Front Panel 16 Back View 17 Back Panel Description 17 Section 2: Technical Specifications 47 GPS Receiver 18 Internal Synchronization Options 18 Optional Outputs 18 Clock performance GPS 18 Frequency Accuracy 18 Frequency Holdover 18 1PPS Accuracy 18 1PPS Holdover 18 Clock performance OCXO 19 Clock performance Rubidium 19 Antenna Port 19 Management and Monitoring Ports 20 System Access, Control and Management Options 20 Security and Protection 20 Configuration and Monitoring Software 20 Power Consumption with OCXO Oscillator 20 Power Consumption with Rubidium Oscillator 20 Power Supply Options 20 Environmental characteristics (Equipment) 21 Environmental characteristics (Antenna) 21 Antenna Specifications 21 Antenna Cable Options 21 EMC, ESD & Safety 22 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 5

6 Index Particulars Page No. Ethernet Interface 22 24V DC Power Supply Specifications 22 48V DC Power Supply Specifications 22 Mechanical Specifications 22 Section 3: Connection Details 23 GPS Antenna Connection 23 Electrical Ethernet (RJ-45) Connection 23 USB Connection for COM Port 24 RS232 COM Port Connection 24 Optical Ethernet Connection 25 Relay Connection for External Alarm 26 2Mbits Output Connection 26 2MHz Clock Out Connection 27 1/5/10MHz Output Connection 27 1PPS Out Connection 28 Bit Clock Input Connection 28 TTL (1.5 / 2 / 10 MHz) Input Connection 29 NMEA Connection 29 IRIG-B Output Connection 30 DC Power Connection 30 Section 4: Default Settings 31 System IP Settings 31 Username and Password 31 SNMP Settings 31 Clock Settings 31 SYN1588 Settings 31 Section 5: HyperTerminal Settings 32 To use HyperTerminal for executing the CLI commands 32 HyperTerminal settings for COM Port (RS232) and USB Port 33 HyperTerminal settings for Telnet Port 38 Telnet using Command prompt 43 Section 6: USB Serial Port Drivers 44 Installing USB Serial Port Drivers 44 Section 7: System Access and User Management 51 Superuser 51 Normal User 51 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 6

7 Index Particulars Page No. Section 8: CLI Command Functionality How CLI commands work 52 Section 09: Quick Start Guide 54 Quit / Logout 54 Initiate System Self-test 54 Check hardware status after on system boot 54 Check DPLL status 55 Check system LEDs 55 Show System Information Summary 55 Show System alarms history 55 Show system type 55 Restart system 56 Configure system in default settings 56 Show System MAC Address 56 Configure System Management IPv4 Address 57 Show System Management IPv4 Address 57 Configure System IPv4 Subnet Mask 57 Show System IPv4 Subnet Mask 57 Configure System IPv4 Gateway Address 57 Show System IPv4 Gateway Address 58 Configure clock priority 58 Show clock priority 58 Show current clock source 59 Show current Date 59 Configure PTP (1588) IP Address 59 Show PTP (1588) IP Address 60 Configure PTP (1588) Gateway Address 60 Show PTP (1588) Gateway Address 60 Configure PTP (1588) Subnet Mask 60 Show PTP (1588) Subnet Mask 60 Configure PTP (1588) announce message interval 61 Section 10: Detailed CLI Commands 62 CLI Commands List 62 CLI Commands Explained 66 Admin Commands 66 Add a user 66 Delete a user 66 Change self-password 67 Show users list 67 Quit / Logout 67 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 7

8 Index Particulars Page No. Basic System Test Commands 68 Initiate System Self-test 68 Check hardware status after on system boot 68 Check DPLL status 68 Check OCXO / Rubidium Crystal Oscillator Test 69 Check system LEDs 69 Check Antenna Status 69 Check GPS receiver status 69 Check Input LIU status 69 Check Output LIU status 70 Check Input Power Source 1 Status 70 Check Input Power Source 2 Status 70 Basic System Commands 71 Show System Information Summary 71 Show System alarms history 71 Show system type 71 Configure system in default settings 72 Show current system information 72 System Network Commands 73 Show System MAC Address 73 Configure System Management IPv4 Address 73 Show System Management IPv4 Address 73 Configure System IPv4 Subnet Mask 73 Show System IPv4 Subnet Mask 73 Configure System IPv4 Gateway Address 74 Show System IPv4 Gateway Address 74 Configure System Management IPv6 Address 74 Show System Management IPv6 Address 74 Configure System IPv6 Subnet Mask 75 Show System IPv6 Subnet Mask 75 Configure System IPv6 Gateway Address 75 Show System IPv6 Gateway Address 75 Clock Commands 76 Configure clock priority 76 Show clock priority 76 Show current clock source 76 Configure Bits Clock Out Type 77 Show Bits Clock Out Type 77 Configure High Frequncy Clock Out 77 Show Output Clock Frequncy 77 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 8

9 Index Particulars Page No. Configure GPS 1PPS Lengh 77 Show 1PPS length 78 Configure Local Time Correction 78 Show Local Time Correction 78 Configure local time correction 78 Show local time correction 78 Confingure Daylight Saving Time 78 Show Daylight Saving Time Status 78 Configure DST Dates 79 Show configured DST dates 79 Delete Useless / Wrong DST dates 79 Show current time 79 Show current Date 80 Show 1 PPS source 80 Configure input clock port 1 80 Show input clock port 1 80 Configure input clock port 2 81 Show input clock port 2 81 Configure input clock state 81 Show input clock state 81 GPS Commands 82 Show the number of Satellites 82 Show GPS signal strength 82 Configure Antenna Cable Length 82 Show Antenna Cable Length 82 PTP Commands 83 Upgrade 1588 PTP firmware 83 Configure 1588 to default configuration 83 Configure PTP offset 83 Show PTP offset 83 Configure PTP (1588) IP Address 84 Show PTP (1588) IP Address 84 Configure PTP (1588) Gateway Address 84 Show PTP (1588) Gateway Address 84 Configure PTP (1588) Subnet Mask 84 Show PTP (1588) Subnet Mask 85 Configure PTP (1588) announce message interval 85 Show PTP (1588) announce message interval 85 Configure PTP (1588) sync message interval 85 Show PTP (1588) sync message interval 85 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 9

10 Index Particulars Page No. Configure PTP (1588) clock adjustment interval 86 Show PTP (1588) clock adjustment interval 86 Configure PTP (1588) delay request interval 86 Show PTP (1588) delay request interval 86 Configure PTP (1588) clock class 87 Show PTP (1588) clock class 87 Show PTP (1588) status 87 Show PTP (1588) state 87 Show PTP (1588) 1PPS Status 88 Configure PTP (1588) clock out 88 Show PTP (1588) Clock Out 88 Configure PTP (1588) DSF 88 Show PTP (1588) DSF 89 Configure PTP (1588) Network Protocol 89 Show PTP (1588) Network Protocol 89 Configure PTP (1588) DHCP mode 89 Show PTP (1588) DHCP mode 89 Show SYN1588 Clock ID 90 Show SYN1588 Clock Version 90 Show SYN1588 build ID 90 Show SYN1588 MAC address 90 Configure NMEA baud rate 90 Show NMEA baud rate 91 Show 1588 baud rate 91 Configure SYN1588 Network mode 91 Show SYN1588 Network mode 91 Configure Device Mode 92 Show Device Mode 92 Configure SYN1588 synchronization mode 92 Show SYN1588 synchronization mode 92 SNMP Commands 93 Configure SNMP Read / Get / Getbulk community 93 Configure SNMP Write / Set community 93 Configure SNMP Target Address 93 Configure SNMP Target Port 93 Configure SNMP Target Community 93 View SNMP Settings 94 Switch Commands 95 Configure Trunk Group 95 Show Trunk Group mode 95 Configure RSTP 95 Show RSTP mode 96 Configure Ethernet Port Protection 96 Show Ethernet Port Protection 96 Show Ethernet Port Counters 97 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 10

11 Index Particulars Page No. Configure QoS type 97 Set QoS priority 97 Show supported QoS type 98 Show QoS priority 98 Enable / Disable jumbo frame 98 Show jumbo frame status 99 Configure Ethernet port speed and mode 99 Show Ethernet port speed and mode 99 Configure Ethernet port ingress rate 100 Show Ethernet port ingress rate 100 Enable / Disable switch transparent mode 100 Show switch transparent mode 100 Configure Ethernet port VLAN 101 Modify Ethernet port VLAN 101 Show VLAN 101 Delete a VLAN 102 Show MAC Table 102 Configure mirroring direction of port 102 Show mirroring direction of port 102 Configure monitoring port 103 Show monitoring port 103 Alarm Relay Commands 104 Reset Alarm Relay 104 Mask Alarms 104 Unmask Alarms 104 View Masked Alarms 104 Miscellaneous Commands 105 Upgrade system image / firmware 105 Show SFP DDMI info 105 Load configuration file in the system 105 Retrieve system configuration in a file 106 Configure high temperature threshold 106 Configure low temperature threshold 106 Show temperature thresholds 106 Show current system s ambient temperature 107 Glossary 108 Section 11: Ordering Information 111 Core Unit 111 Add OCXO / RbXO option - any one 111 Add Power Supply Option 111 Add Antenna Option 112 Support 112 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 11

12 Section 1: System Description and Installation Product Overview VCL-GPS-2145, Primary Reference Clock and IEEE-1588 Grandmaster with NTP Server is a high precision, multiservice, cost efficient time and frequency synchronization solution which can be used to provide ITU-T, G.811 reference frequencies which are referenced to a GPS source, as well as to synchronize the time-of-day and frequency across multiple nodes of the network. The VCL-GPS Receiver has an integrated, high bandwidth NTP Server engine that is capable of handling up to 5500 NTP requests per second. Multiple IRIG-B Outputs are also provided to synchronize local clock (time-of-day) display units as well as RTUs to a central timing source with nanosecond accuracy. The VCL-GPS-2145, Primary Reference (PRC) Clock is specifically designed for the synchronization of 2G, 3G, HetNet and LTE mobile telecommunications networks as well as backhaul wire-line SDH / SONET and Synchronous Ethernet networks. It may be also used by Railways, Airports (including air-traffic control), Power generation and distribution companies and other Utility companies who not only require a highly precise time-of-day and G.811 frequency synchronization locked to a GPS Reference but who also need to distribute highly precise time-of-day and frequency synchronization across all nodes of their networks. The VCL-GPS-2145 is always locked to a GPS reference to provide multiple G.811 / Stratum 1 quality frequency and time-of-day (IRIG-B and NTP) outputs. The VCL-GPS-2145 is also equipped highly accurate, low-noise OCXO / Rubidium oscillator which provides a high stability holdover clock that is typical of a Network SSU in the event of the GPS signal or its antenna failure. Synchronization Inputs: Input Type Number Of Inputs Connector 50 Channel GPS, L1 frequency, C/A Code Receiver 1 Integrated MHz, 75 Ohms 1 BNC MBits, 120 Ohms / 75 Ohms 1 RJ45 / BNC 10 MHz, 50 Ohms 1 BNC Synchronized Outputs: Output Type Number Of Outputs Connector Mbit/s - E1 compliant with ITU-T G.703, G RJ MHz, 75 Ohms (phase-locked to GPS) 8 BNC 1/5/10 MHz, 50 Ohms (phase-locked to GPS) 1 BNC AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 12

13 Features and Highlights: Reliable, Cost-Efficient Reference GPS Receiver 50 Channel GPS, L1 frequency, C/A Code Receiver Simultaneous tracking of up to 12 GPS satellites ITU-T G.811 Primary Reference (PRC) Clock GPS locked G.703 compliant E1, 2.048MBits, 1.544Mbits and MHz outputs Primary reference and holdover functionality: o ITU-T G.811 / Stratum 1 compliant (PR) Primary Reference when locked to GPS o ITU-T G.812 compliant holdover SSM Message format Compliant with ITU-T G.704. Optional GR-378-CORE for SONET Networks 1/5/10 MHz output 1 PPS outputs IEEE-1588v2 Precision Time Protocol Grandmaster PTP Grandmaster support for up to 150 PTP Clients Supports Multicast and Unicast PTP packets Nanosecond accuracy IRIG-B outputs Standard RJ45 and BNC connectors for all inputs and outputs ToD compliant to NMEA 0183 (DB9 Serial Port). Additional Features: High bandwidth NTP Server capable of supporting up to 5500 NTP requests per second Separate, independent, IEEE-1588 and NTP Server engines IPv4 and IPv6 compatible NTP Server SSH, Telnet, Radius, SNMP V2 MIB, Password Protection Redundant AC and DC power supply options 4, 10/100/1000BaseT Network Interface Ethernet Ports o 2 x 10/100/1000BaseT Network Interface Ethernet Ports o 2 x 1000BaseSX/LX Network Interface Ethernet Ports VLAN and Packet priority feature - allows the user to assign priorities to different types of clients Supports QoS, 802.1p based packet priority Supports 802.1Q based VLANs. Power Contact and Lightening Protection as per Telcordia GR-1089-CORE. Typical Synchronization Applications: Synchronizing Cellular networks like UMTS, GPRS, 3G and LTE Power generation and distribution companies and other utility companies Wireless and Wireline Telecom synchronization Distributing Time (ToD) and Frequency reference for power utilities across all nodes of the network Synchronization of Defense Networks Synchronizing airports and aviation communications Synchronizing railway signaling networks and railway communications Synchronizing traffic management Broadcasting Network and Broadcast equipment synchronization. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 13

14 Management Interfaces and Software: The VCL-GPS-2145, GPS Receiver can be managed by any Windows based PC connected to the equipment via a serial RS-232 or a USB connection, or over a 10/100BaseT Ethernet / IP link using Telnet communication protocol. A user friendly GUI is also provided that gives the user the ease for configuration and management. It provides an easy-to-use interface for configuring the unit and displaying its current status such as the visible GPS satellites, the unit s operational state, the status of the outputs and power supplies etc. The equipment may be monitored by the network administrator from a central location using SNMP. An NMS (Network Management Software), capable of monitoring up to 500 nodes over an IP network is provided free-ofcharge along with the equipment. An MIB file is also provided for integration with third-party NMS. The unit also provides an alarm relay contact for connecting an external audio or visual alarm. Hardware Highlights 19-Inch rack mountable 2U form factor (88mm high) Extended Temperature Range: (-20 0 C to C) EMI / EMC Complaint Power Supply Options: AC or DC Dual Redundant o 1+1 AC power (100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz) o 1+1 DC 24V power o 1+1 DC -48V power o 1+1 DC 110/125V DC power Block Diagram AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 14

15 Front View - 4 Electrical Ethernet Version Front View - 2 Optical and 2 Electrical Ethernet Version Front Panel Description AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 15

16 LED Description Front Panel LEDs Status Description GPS 25% ON Number of satellites upto 3 Signal 50% ON Number of satellites upto 6 75% ON Number of satellites upto 9 100% ON Number of satellites above 9 GPS Antenna ON GPS Antenna present GPS Lock ON NMEA is locked with GPS RbXO ON Rubidium Oscillator is locked (if RbXO present in the equipment) ACTIVE CLK INPUT G.811GPS Clk ON Equipment is running on GPS clock Holdover ON Equipment is running in Holdover mode 2MHz Ext ON Equipment is running on 2MHz clock 10MHz Ext ON Equipment is running on 10MHz clock BITS Ext ON Equipment is running on 2M Bits clock CLK STATUS G.811GPS Clk ON Valid GPS clock is connected to the equipment 2MHz Ext ON Valid 2MHz clock is connected 10MHz Ext ON Valid 10MHz clock is connected BITS Ext ON Valid 2M Bits clock is connected 1588 STATUS 1588 Master ON Equipment is working as 1588 master 1588 Slave ON Equipment is working as 1588 slave Other LEDs PSU1 ON Power Supply 1 present PSU2 ON Power Supply 2 present Status ON All system managers are working properly Alarm ON Alarm present USB ON USB serial port is in use DB-9 ON DB-9 serial port is in use Reserve Reserved Two LEDs are reserved for future only AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 16

17 Back View Back Panel Description AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 17

18 Section 2: Technical Specifications GPS Receiver: 50 Channel GPS Receiver GPS L1 frequency, C/A Code Receiver Tracks up to 12 satellites simultaneously Synchronizing Time: - Cold Start (includes almanac acquisition time): 27 seconds - Time-To-Fix (almanac acquisition already completed): 1 second (Note: with all satellites in view at -130db) GPS Signal - Tracking and Navigation: -162 dbm - Reacquisition -160 dbm - Cold Start -148 dbm Antenna Connector: TNC Accuracy Of Time-Pulse Signal referenced to GPS: +/-30ns (raw) Accuracy Of Time-Pulse Signal referenced to GPS: +/-15ns (compensated) (Note: with all satellites in view at -130db) Internal Synchronization Options (as per customer order): OCXO Rubidium Optional Outputs: Special connectors and/or impedances. Clock performance - GPS: ITU-T G.811 FREQUENCY ACCURACY: <1 x (24 hour average) G.811 quality when locked to GPS FREQUENCY HOLDOVER: Long-term stability: 1 x 10 10/day, 2x10 8/year Frequency stability: 6 x (-5 C to +55 C) 1PPS ACCURACY: 100 ns locked to GPS 1PPS HOLDOVER: < 1µs over 4 hours (-5 C to +55 C) AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 18

19 Clock performance - OCXO: ITU-T G.812 Ultra Low Noise High Stability OCXO Frequency Stability: 0.5 ppb / day +25 C) Aging per day: 0.5 ppb / day Aging per year: 50 ppb / year PPS accuracy: < 12µs after 24 hours, at constant temperature PPS accuracy: < 12µs after 8 hours, at variable temperature. Phase Noise - Hz -90 Hz Hz -127 KHz -150 KHz -155 KHz -155 dbc/hz Clock performance Rubidium: ITU-T G.812 Frequency Stability: 0.1 ppb / day +25 C) Aging per day: 0.005ppb / day Aging per year: 0.6 ppb / year PPS accuracy: < 2µs after 24 hours, at constant temperature PPS accuracy: < 2µs after 8 hours, at variable temperature. Phase Noise - Rubidium: Antenna Hz -67 Hz Hz -127 KHz -140 KHz -150 dbc/hz Antenna Connector: TNC Antenna Types: Active Supply Voltage (for active antennas): 3.5V DC Min., 4.5V DC Max. Maximum Supply Current: 60mA AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 19

20 Management and Monitoring Ports: Local: RS-232C Serial Port (DB-9), RJ45, USB Serial Port 1 x External Alarm Relay Contact Front Panel LEDs. Remote Management: 10/100BaseT Ethernet (RJ45) System Access, Control and Management Options: Telnet Graphical User Interface - GUI CLI Control Interface (HyperTerminal or VT100) SNMP V2 Traps (MIB File provided). Security and Protection: Password Protection Secured Access via SSH V2 Separate VLAN on monitoring and access. Configuration and Monitoring Software: Telnet, CLI GUI (Graphical User Interface) - Runs on any PC operating on Windows XP, Windows 7 or Windows 8 OS. Power Consumption with OCXO Oscillator: Power Consumption < 25W during startup, < 18W at steady state 23 C Power Consumption with Rubidium Oscillator: Power Consumption < 40W during startup, < 32W at steady state 23 C Power Supply Options: AC or DC Dual Redundant o 1+1 AC power (100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz) o V DC power o V DC power o 1+1 DC 110/125V DC power AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 20

21 Environmental characteristics (Equipment): Operational Cold Start Storage Humidity Cooling -40 C to +60 C (Typical: +25 C) -20 C to +60 C -40 C to +75 C 95% non-condensing Convention Cooled. No cooling fans are required Environmental characteristics (Antenna): Operational -40 C to +85 C Storage -40 C to +85 C Humidity 95 % non-condensing Salt and Fog Mil. Std. 202F, Method 101D Cond. B Lightning Protection According to EN Level 4 Suitable for outdoor and rooftop installations Antenna Specifications: Antenna Type Connector Frequency Active TNC (F) Connector GPS L1 and L2 Bands (1.575 MHz) Polarization Right-Hand Circular Polarization VSWR: 2:1 Amplifier Gain Noise Pass-bandwidth Azimuth Elevation Active Antenna Power Input Range Consumption Protection Typically 27dB to 40dB (GPS L1 band) < 2.75 db (nominal) 50 MHz 360 (omni-directional) 0 to 90 (hemispherical) 3.3V DC to 9V DC <45 ma (nominal) at 4.5V DC Reverse Polarity Protection Lightening Protection According to EN Level 4. Operating temperature Antenna Cable Options: -40 C to +85 C (Note: cables and connectors are not included and must be ordered separately as optional extras). Cable Type: LMR 400 or equivalent Total Cable Length: - 30, 50 meters LMR to 120 meters (LMR400 with one active in-line amplifier) to 240 meters (LMR 600 with two active in-line amplifiers). AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 21

22 EMC, ESD & Safety: EMC: Certified to EN55022:2005 and EN55024:2005 Safety: Conformance to EN : 2001 Ethernet Interface Number of Ports Protection Maximum Frame Size Switching Capacity 4 x Gigabit (10/100/1000Base-T Auto-negotiation / MDI-X) Ethernet ports, RJ-45, complies with IEEE802.3, 802.1Q and 802.1p ESD protection 9000 Bytes (Jumbo Frames) Upto 6 Gbps, Non-blocking 24V DC Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Range of input Input voltage reversal protection Efficiency at full load Ripple at full load Spike at full load 24V DC 18V to 40V DC Provided > 5V/4A (when input voltage-24v) < 5mVrms < 50mV 48V DC Power Supply Specifications Power supply Range of input Efficiency at full load Ripple at full load Spike at full load -48V DC -40V DC to -72V DC > 5V/2A (when input voltage -48V) < 5mVrms < 50mV Mechanical Specifications: Rack mounting Height Depth Width Weight Standard 19-Inch. DIN Rack mm. (2RU) mm mm kg. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 22

23 Section 3: Connection Details GPS Antenna Connection Electrical Ethernet (RJ-45) Connection RJ-45 Pinout for Ethernet Interface RJ-45 (Female) Pin # Signal in RJ-45 (Female) 1 Tx+ (Data Out) 2 Tx- (Data Out) 3 Rx+ (Data In) 6 Rx- (Data In) AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 23

24 USB Connection for COM Port RS232 COM Port Connection DB-9 Pinout for COM Port DB-9 (Female) Pin # Signal in DB-9 (Female) 2 Transmit (Data Out) 3 Receive (Data In) 5 Ground AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 24

25 Optical Ethernet Connection AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 25

26 Relay Connection for External Alarm NO : Normally Open COM : Common NC : Normally Close 2Mbits Output Connection RJ-45 Pin-out for Clock Interface Clock OUT RJ-45 (Female) Pin # Signal in RJ-45 (Female) 1 No Connection 2 No Connection 4 Tx+ (Clock Out) 5 Tx- (Clock Out) AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 26

27 2MHz Clock Out Connection 1/5/10MHz Output Connection AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 27

28 1PPS Out Connection Bit Clock Input Connection AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 28

29 TTL (1.5 / 2 / 10 MHz) Input Connection NMEA Connection AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 29

30 IRIG-B Output Connection DC Power Connection Note: The system is fully protected for reverse polarity. Connecting the power cables in reverse direction will not damage the system. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 30

31 Section 4: Default Settings Parameter Value System IP Settings IP Address Gateway Address Subnet Mask IPv6 Address IPv4 based MAC based {MAC based} Username and Password User Name superuser (case sensitive) Password superuser (case sensitive) SNMP Settings SNMP Read (get / getnext) Community public (case sensitive) SNMP Write (set) Community private (case sensitive) SNMP Trap Target IP Address 1/2/ SNMP Trap Target Port 1/2/3 162 SNMP Trap Target Community 1/2/3 public (case sensitive) Clock Settings Input Clock Priority 1/2/3/4/5 GPS / External2M / External 10M / ExternalBits / 1588 Output Bits Clock E M Framed SYN1588 Settings IP Address Gateway Address Subnet Mask Network Mode Multicast Network Protocol Ipv4 DHCP Disable Announce message interval 1 Baud Rate Clock Adjust interval 0 Clock Class Auto Clock output IRIGB Delay Request message interval 4 DSF 0 PTP Offset 0 Sync message interval 0 Other Settings Local Time Correction + 0 : 0 External Alarms Unmasked High Temperature Threshold 124 Low Temperature Threshold -55 AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 31

32 Section 5: HyperTerminal Settings To use HyperTerminal for executing the CLI commands To use HyperTerminal for executing the CLI commands through COM Port (RS232 Serial), USB Port and through Telnet Port. Important Instructions: Note: The user can choose to use the HyperTerminal utility to access the equipment either through the local serial/db9 COM Port and USB Port. Alternatively, the user may use the HyperTerminal utility access the equipment through Telnet Port to remotely access the equipment over a TCP/IP network. The CLI Commands shall remain same for all three options. Windows-based GUI is yet another option, which the user may select to configure the equipment either through the local serial (DB9 COM) port, USB Port or Telnet port over a TCP/IP network. HyperTerminal and the GUI may not be used simultaneously. If you are accessing the equipment through the GUI, please exit the GUI before connecting to use the HyperTerminal utility to access the equipment through the serial / DB9 COM Port, USB Port or telnet port for executing the CLI commands. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 32

33 HyperTerminal settings for COM Port (RS232) and USB Port Click the Start button from the Task Bar of your PC. Go to Programs>Accessories>Communications>HyperTerminal The following screen will appear: Enter the name, select an icon and then click OK. The following window will appear on your screen: AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 33

34 Select the COM** option from the drop over menu, and click OK. The following window will appear on your screen: ** COM1 / COM2 / COM3 depending upon your PC that is in use. To confirm the same, check it out in the properties. [Right click on My Computer (Desktop)>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager>Port - Communication Port (COM1)]. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 34

35 Change the Bits per second option to and flow control option to None. The final settings should be as follows: 1 Bits per second Data bits 8 3 Parity None 4 Stop bits 1 5 Flow control None Click on Apply, and then on OK. The following window will appear on your screen: Next, click on File in the main menu and then click on Properties. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 35

36 The following window will appear on your screen: Next, click on Settings tab. Change Emulation to VT100 Next, click on ASCII Setup The following window will appear: AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 36

37 Note: If the option of Echo typed characters locally is checked, you will receive double characters. Next, click on OK. The following window will appear on your screen: Type the below user name and password to enter system configuration mode as an Administrator. User name - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Password - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Note: Note: An administrator can change system configurations as well as configuration of authentication and authorization through serial port (DB-9 and USB). A normal system user's account allows a user to authenticate to system services and be granted authorization to access them on serial port (DB-9 and USB) as well as on Telnet; however, normal system user cannot have the access to the configurations of authentication and authorization. Prompt will be generated by the system. Now the user can access/configure the system with the CLI commands using the HyperTerminal utility. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 37

38 HyperTerminal settings for Telnet Port Click the Start button from the Task Bar of your PC. Go to Programs>Accessories>Communications>HyperTerminal The following screen will appear: Enter the name, select an icon and then click OK. The following window will appear on your screen: AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 38

39 Select the TCP/IP (Winsock) option from the drop over menu and click OK. The following window will appear on your screen: Enter the IP Address of the system in the Host address field. The default IP Address, which is already programmed at the factory / default in the memory of the system, is To change the IP Address, please refer to CLI commands section of the user manual. Enter the system IP address as shown in the below screen. Click on OK. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 39

40 The following window will appear on your screen: Next, click on File in the main menu and then click on Properties. The following window will appear on your screen: AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 40

41 Next, click on Settings tab. Change Emulation to VT100 Next, click on ASCII Setup The following window will appear: Note: If the option of Echo typed characters locally is checked, you will receive double characters. Next, click on OK. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 41

42 The following window will appear on your screen: Type the user name and password to enter system configuration mode. User name - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Password - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Prompt will be generated by the system. Now the user can access/configure the system with the CLI commands remotely, over Ethernet Port, using the HyperTerminal utility. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 42

43 Telnet using Command prompt To Telnet the system, click on Start > Run next type telnet <system IP Address> (as shown in below screen) and click on OK. The default IP Address, which is already programmed at the factory / default in the memory of the system, is The following screen will appear: Username: Type the user name and password to enter system configuration mode. User name - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Password - superuser (case sensitive all lower case) Prompt will be generated by the system. Now the user can access/configure the system with the CLI commands remotely, using Telnet utility. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 43

44 Section 6: USB Serial Port Drivers Installing USB Serial Port Drivers USB serial port is a plug and play device and it usually auto installs its driver in the connected PC. In the event that the USB port does not work, please follow the steps below to install the device drivers. 1. Connect the USB serial port with computer through the USB Cable provided with the system. 2. Open the CD / DVD drive and insert the disk which has been supplied to you along with the equipment. 3. Next, right click on My Computer and choose properties. System properties will appear. 4. Click on Hardware tab and choose the Device Manager option. The Device Manager will appear on the screen. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 44

45 5. Next, go to the device which shows the attention required sign. You will see a mal-functioned device under other devices named FT232R USB UART. Next, right click on FT232R USB UART and choose Update Driver. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 45

46 6. A Hardware Update Wizard will appear on screen. Choose the No, not this time option and click on Next. 7. Next, choose the Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) option and click on Next. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 46

47 8. Next, choose Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM.) and click on Next. 9. The Hardware Update Wizard will start searching the load the correct driver from the CD-ROM. Please do not close or stop this process as it as it may take a few minutes to complete. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 47

48 10. The following screen will appear when the Hardware Update Wizard has successfully located the correct device drivers and begins installation of the required device drivers. 11. After the installation has been successfully completed, the following screen will appear. Please click Finish to close the wizard. 12. Next, again go the Device Manager where you will see the attention required alarm sign appearing in the Other Devices category for the USB Serial Port. 13. Please right click on it and choose the Update Driver option. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 48

49 14. Please repeat the process from 6 to 10. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 49

50 15. Click Finish to close the Hardware Update Wizard. 16. The USB Serial COM port driver has successfully been installed in your computer and you can find it under Ports (COM and LPT). Please make a note and record the COM port number assigned to the virtual USB Serial COM Port. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 50

51 Section 7: System Access and User Management k The system supports two types of users: 1. Superuser The superuser is the sole administrator of the equipment and shall have the following authorities: Add up to 9 users and assign their password Delete a user Change self-password See registered user Access and configure the equipment. The superuser cannot be deleted from the system and shall not have the following authorities: Change password for any other user View password for any user (including its own). 2. Normal User A Normal-User is a user created by the superuser by assigning a UserName and Password. A Normal-user shall have the following authorities: Change self-password See registered user Access and configure the equipment. The Normal-User shall not have the following authorities: Change password for any other user View password for any user (including its own) Add users Delete a user. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 51

52 Section 8: CLI Command Functionality How CLI commands work 1. To configure or show any configuration in system type the relevant CLI command followed by a space, followed by option. Each option is separated by a space key. Example: Command FORMAT: setlocaltimecorrection <SIGN> <HH> <MM> <CLI prompt>setlocaltimecorrection {Enter Key} or <CLI prompt>setlocaltimecorrection {Enter Key} 2. Intuitive commands Intuitive / predictive command-set help users in typing commands quickly and correctly. To get help from intuitive command-set, type a few letters of the command followed by the Tab key. Example: <CLI prompt>showd{tab Key}{Tab Key} showdate showdisplayformat showdstdates showdst Example: <CLI prompt> showdi{tab Key} <CLI prompt> showdisplayformat 3. Command History Previously used command may be accessed by using UP and DOWN arrow keys. 4. Executing any CLI command shall return the execution status of or FAIL. In case of failed attempt the system shall return the possible failure cause. i.e. 'SYNTAX ERROR' or possible failure cause along with FAIL message. Example: <CLI prompt> setsysmask SYNTAX ERROR <CLI prompt> sethightempthreshold -20 High Threshold value cannot be lower than Low Threshold value FAIL 5. No commands are Case Sensitive though they may be shown in upper and lower case in the user manual for better presentation purpose. Both lower and upper case commands are accepted. 6. Command list may be shown by typing? or help followed by an enter key. 7. To get help for a particular command type? followed by the CLI command text and then followed by the Enter key. <CLI prompt>? help AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 52

53 FORMAT: help DESCRIPTION: Show system commands list. AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 53

54 Section 9: Quick Start Guide? FORMAT:? DESCRIPTION: Show system commands list help FORMAT: help DESCRIPTION: Show system commands list CLI commands list as shown in a table above in the document. Quit / Logout quit FORMAT: quit DESCRIPTION: Logout and terminate the CLI session Terminates the CLI session. Initiate System Self-test selftest <CLI prompt>selftest *************SELF TEST************* Processor test RAM test Flash test Electrical Ethernet test PSU1 status test PSU2 status test Temperature status test GPS Receiver status GPS Antenna status DPLL status test 10MHz Stratum2XO status Output LIU status test Input LIU status test FORMAT: selftest DESCRIPTION: Initiates a system self-test and displays self-test report - Passed - Passed - Passed - Passed - Passed - Passed - Passed - Present - Present - Passed - Present - Passed - Passed Check hardware status after on system boot showbootstatus <CLI prompt> showbootstatus FORMAT: showbootstatus DESCRIPTION: Report system boot result and show boot errors (if any) System tests the hardware and displays result. System shows hardware status at the time of system boot. System Boot Successful Processor test - Passed RAM test - Passed Flash test - Passed Electrical Ethernet test - Passed PSU1 status test - Passed PSU2 status test - Passed Temperature status test - Passed AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 54

55 Check DPLL status Check system LEDs ledtest <CLI prompt> ledtest LED test started FORMAT: ledtest DESCRIPTION: Initiate LED test by glowing all LEDs for 5 seconds System initiates LED test by glowing all LEDs for 5 seconds to make sure that no LED is faulty in the equipment Show System Information Summary showsysinfo <CLI prompt> showsysinfo FORMAT: showsysinfo DESCRIPTION: Display current system information Display system information summary System Name: GPS Clock and Frequency Receiver System SW Version: A.B.C System HW Version: 0.1 System IP Address: System MASK Address: System GW Address: System MAC Address: 00:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX System Temperature: 40 SYN1588 Clock ID: XXXXXXXXXXXX SYN1588 Clock ver: M2.3.0 Show System alarms history showalarms <CLI prompt> showalarms FORMAT: showalarms DESCRIPTION: Show all alarms present in queue Show alarm history S No. Alarm ID Severity Time AlarmString 1 16 MAJOR Thu Jan 1 00:02: Clock state changed: Current clock is Stratum2XO 2 26 MAJOR Thu Jan 1 00:02: Rubidium 10M OK 3 25 MAJOR Thu Jan 1 00:00: Output LIU OK 4 24 MAJOR Thu Jan 1 00:00: GPS OK Show system type systype <CLI prompt> systype FORMAT: systype DESCRIPTION: Show system name Shows system type GPS Clock and Frequency Receiver AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 55

56 Restart system reset <CLI prompt> reset Restarting System Please Wait... FORMAT: reset DESCRIPTION: Issue a reset command Restart the system. <CLI prompt> à System booting. Please wait... *************SELF TEST************* Processor test - Passed RAM test - Passed Flash test - Passed Electrical Ethernet test - Passed PSU1 status test - Passed PSU2 status test - Passed Temperature status test - Passed GPS Receiver status - Present GPS Antenna status - Present DPLL status test - Passed 10MHz Stratum2XO status - Present Output LIU status test - Passed Input LIU status test - Passed Username: Configure system in default settings setdefault <CLI prompt> setdefault FORMAT: setdefault DESCRIPTION: Restore all configurations in default (Excluding System IP settings and SNMP settings) Restore all configurations in default (Excluding System IP settings and SNMP settings) System Default Settings Applied. Please Wait... System booting. Please wait... Show System MAC Address showsysmac <CLI prompt> showsysmac FORMAT: showsysmac DESCRIPTION: Show system MAC Address Show System MAC Address System MAC Address:-00:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 56

57 Configure System Management IPv4 Address setsysip <CLI prompt>setsysip FORMAT: setsysip <IP Address> OPTIONS: <IP Address>:IP Address, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure system IP Address Configures system management IP Address to access the system over telnet and SNMP. Note: This IP shall also NTP server IPv4 Address to provide ToD to NTP clients Show System Management IPv4 Address showsysip <CLI prompt>showsysip FORMAT: showsysip DESCRIPTION: Show System IP Address Shows system management IP Address to access the system over Telnet and SNMP. System IP Address: Note: This IP shall also NTP server IPv4 Address to provide ToD to NTP clients Configure System IPv4 Subnet Mask setsysmask FORMAT: setsysmask <Subnet Mask> OPTIONS: <Subnet Mask>: Subnet Mask, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure system subnet mask <CLI prompt>setsysmask Note: This shall also be NTP server IPv4 Subnet Mask Show System IPv4 Subnet Mask showsysmask <CLI prompt>setsysmask FORMAT: showsysmask DESCRIPTION: Show system Subnet mask Configures system management port network mask. Shows system management port network mask. Note: This shall also be NTP server IPv4 Subnet Mask Configure System IPv4 Gateway Address setsysgateway <CLI prompt> setsysgateway FORMAT: setsysgateway <Gateway Address> OPTIONS: <Gateway Address>: Gateway IP Address, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure system Gateway Address Configures Management Port Gateway IP Address. Note: This shall also be NTP server IPv4 Gateway IP Address AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 57

58 Show System IPv4 Gateway Address showsysgateway <CLI prompt> showsysgateway FORMAT: showsysgateway DESCRIPTION: Show system Gateway IP Address Shows Management port Gateway IP Address. System Gateway Address: Note: This shall also be NTP server IPv4 Gateway IP Address Configure clock priority setclockpriority FORMAT: setclockpriority <priority1> <priority2> <priority3> <priority4> <priority5> OPTIONS: <priority 1to 6>:GPS 1588 Extbits Ext2M Ext10M GPS: Clock from GPS Receiver 1588: Clock from SYN1588 Extbits: Clock from External Bits Clock source 75R Ext2M Ext10M:External2M/10M Source Configures clock priority to synchronize DPLL. Note: Clock priority may be selected in any order Note: All five priorities should be assigned. Default:GPS, Ext2M, Ext10M, Extbits, 1588 DESCRIPTION: Setclock priority to which DPLL should lock, high to low <CLI prompt> setclockpriority GPS ext10m ext2m extbits 1588 Show clock priority showclockpriority <CLI prompt> showclockpriority FORMAT: showclockpriority DESCRIPTION: Show configured clock priority Shows configured clock priority. 1: GPS 2: Ext2M 3: Ext10M 4: Extbits AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 58

59 Show current clock source showcurrentsync <CLI prompt> showcurrentsync FORMAT: showcurrentsync DESCRIPTION: shows current sync source to which DPLL is locked Shows current sync source of DPLL. Current sync: GPS showtime <CLI prompt> showtime FORMAT: showtime DESCRIPTION: Show the wall clock time Shows current Local and UTC time. UTC:01:35:53 LOCAL:08:05:53 Show current Date showdate <CLI prompt> showdate FORMAT: showdate DESCRIPTION: Show Calendar date Shows current sync source of DPLL. UTC Date: 2014:01:01 Local Date:2014:01:01 Configure PTP (1588) IP Address set1588ip FORMAT: set1588ip <IP Address> OPTIONS: <IP Address>: IP Address, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure SYN1588 IP Address Configure SYN1588 IP Address for PTP packets NOTE: System will ask for authentication again as configuring any changes in SYN1588 may disturb all the clock and PTP packets. Y foy Yes N for No <CLI prompt> set1588ip Executing 1588 commands may disturb clock out from syn1588. Do you want to continue? Y/N TYPE HERE:y AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 59

60 Show PTP (1588) IP Address show1588ip FORMAT: show1588ip DESCRIPTION: Show SYN1588 IP Address <CLI prompt> show1588ip Show SYN1588 / PTP IP Address SYN1588 IP: Configure PTP (1588) Gateway Address set1588gateway FORMAT: set1588gateway <Gateway Address> OPTIONS: <Gateway Address>: Gateway IP Address, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure SYN1588 Gateway Address <CLI prompt> set1588gateway Executing 1588 commands may disturb clock out from syn1588. Do you want to continue? Y/N TYPE HERE:y Configure SYN1588 Gateway Address Show PTP (1588) Gateway Address show1588gateway FORMAT: show1588gateway DESCRIPTION: Show SYN1588 Gateway Address <CLI prompt> show1588gateway Show SYN1588 Gateway Address SYN1588 Gateway: Configure PTP (1588) Subnet Mask set1588mask FORMAT: set1588mask <Net mask> OPTIONS: <Net mask>: Net Mask, e.g DESCRIPTION: Configure SYN1588 Net Mask <CLI prompt> set1588mask Executing 1588 commands may disturb clock out from syn1588. Do you want to continue? Y/N TYPE HERE:y Configure SYN1588 Net Mask Show PTP (1588) Subnet Mask show1588mask FORMAT: set1588mask DESCRIPTION: Show SYN1588 Subnet Mask <CLI prompt> show1588mask Show SYN1588 Subnet Mask SYN1588 Netmask: AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 60

61 Configure PTP (1588) announce message interval set1588announcemsginterval FORMAT: set1588announcemsginterval <announce message internal> OPTIONS: <announce message interval>: -4 to 4 DESCRIPTION: Configure SYN1588 mean time interval between successive Announce message <CLI prompt> set1588announcemsginterval 0 Executing 1588 commands may disturb clock out from syn1588. Do you want to continue? Y/N TYPE HERE:y Configure SYN1588 mean time interval between successive Announce message AceCom Networks Pte Ltd. 61