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Title : Information About NT's FMT-150/B/C/D
Author : StaTiC
                              ==Phrack Magazine==

                 Volume Seven, Issue Forty-Eight, File 9 of 18

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		Information about Northern Telecom's FMT-150B/C/D
				Written by StaTiC
				(statik@free.org)
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        Ok, I know someone wrote an article in Phrack about the
FMT-150B/C/D, but I figured I should write some more.  I am not going to
write the same info that FyberLyte wrote, in fact I recommend you go and
check it out.  It is in Phrack #44-13.  This is some stuff I obtained,
that I figured the rest of the world would be interested in.

Included info: 	Connecting a FMT-150 to a Rockwell OS-35
		Connecting Environmental Alarms to the FMT-150
		Procomm Script to Perform Configuration of FMT-150
		FMT-150 Configuration Checklist 
		Glossary of Terms


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            INSTRUCTIONS FOR X-CONNECTING FMT-150 CUSTOMER OUTPUT TO
                              ROCKWELL OS-35 INPUTS

     A pin block will be provided at the central office location, in the
     bay equipped with FMT-150 equipment.  The pin block will provide
     the termination points for the Rockwell OS-35A and the FMT-150
     customer output alarms. Each pin block will be able to support a
     maximum of 16 FMT-150 systems, see pin block diagram.

     Wiring of the FMT-150 customer outputs points and the OS-35A points
     will be done by the vender on the back of the pin block.

     Once a FMT-150 system has been certified the certification team
     will be responsible for x-connecting the FMT-150 customer output
     alarm points to the appropriate OS-35A points on the front of the
     pin block. Completion of this x-connecting will allow FMT-150
     system alarms originating either from the CO or the RT to be
     transported via the OS-35A back to the Lightwave and Radio Alarm
     Center.

     IMPORTANT, MBT CERTIFICATION TEAMS X-CONNECT ONLY THE FMT-150 THAT
     IS BEING PUT INTO SERVICE AND ONLY AFTER THE ELECTRONICS ARE
     CERTIFIED.

     The FMT-150 16 customer outputs are defined as follows:

          OUTPUT        ALARM        OUTPUT        ALARM
          ------        -----        ------        -----
            1         BAY MAJOR        9          MI3 ALARM #3
            2         BAY MINOR        10         HSA ALARM
            3         OPT A FAIL       11         HSB ALARM
            4         OPT B FAIL       12         DS1 GRP FAIL
            5         STX TX           13         SYSTEM ID CLLI
            6         STS RX           14         COMM. EQUIP. ALARM
            7         M13 ALARM #1     15         NODE #1 CO
            8         M13 ALARM #2     16         NODE #2 REMOTE

     The Rockwell OS-35A provides a total of 32 separate alarm points.
     The first 16 points with the exception of point 13 have been
     multiplied on the pin block to provide x-connect points for a total
     of 16 FMT-150 systems, see pin block diagram.

     On the pin block x-connect the designated (1 of 16) FMT-150 system
     customer outputs, pins 1-12 and 14-16 to the appropriate OS-35A
     pins 1-12 and 14-16, see pin block diagram.

     Pins 17-32 on the pin block going to the OS-35A will be used for
     x-connecting the customer output #13 from each FMT-150 system.
     Customer output #13 provides the system ID for the FMT-150, see pin
     block diagram.

         X-CONNECT CUSTOMER OUTPUT #13 FROM FMT-150 SYSTEMS IN
         THIS SEQUENCE

                        OS-35A    FMT-150 System
                        ------    --------------
                        PIN 17      SYSTEM 1
                        PIN 18      SYSTEM 2
                          :            :
                          :            :
                        PIN 31      SYSTEM 15
                        PIN 32      SYSTEM 16

     AGAIN, WIRE ONLY THE FMT-150 SYSTEM THAT IS BEING PUT INTO SERVICE
     AND ONLY AFTER CERTIFICATION OF ELECTRONICS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

     After x-connects have been completed on FMT-150 system that has
     been certified, contact the Alarm Center at (313) 223-9688 and
     verify that all 16 customer output alarm conditions at both the CO
     and RT can be activated and are reporting via the OS-35A back to
     the alarm center.

     The Lightwave Alarm Center will monitor the FMT-150 system for a 24
     hour quiet period for alarms.  During this 24 hour period if no
     alarms are detected by the Lightwave Alarm Center, the FMT-150 will
     be considered certified for alarming and ready for continual
     monitoring.

     If during the 24 hour quiet period the alarm center receives alarms
     from the FMT-150 system, it will not be certified for continual
     monitoring and it will be the responsibility of the MBT
     Certification Teams to resolve those alarms.


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           INSTRUCTIONS FOR CROSS CONNECTING ENVIRONMENTAL ALARMS TO
                               THE FMT-150 INPUTS.

     Environmental alarms at remote locations may be connected to the
     FMT-150 customer inputs.  If more than one system exists, these
     alarms should only be connected to the first.  Since many remotes
     will not be equipped with all of these alarms, a checklist has been
     provided on the system acceptance sheets to indicate which have
     been wired.  The alarms provided for are Smoke Detector, Sump Pump,
     Open Door, AC Power Fail, HI-LO Temperature, Rectifier Fail, and
     Battery Float.  These are wired to pins D8 through E9 on the
     FMT-150 backplane.  See Shelf Backplane Detail, attached.

     All Customer Inputs are software connected to Customer Output #12.
     They will also bring in Bay Minor (Output #1) or Bay Major (Output
     #2) as appropriate.  Inputs #1 (Smoke Detector) and #2 (Sump Pump)
     are latching inputs that can only be cleared by accessing the MCU
     with a VT100 terminal.  See Section 321-3211-01, DP 3003, page 2.

     FMT-150 systems using external inputs for environmental alarms and
     which use E2 telemetry rather than the OS-35 MUST be provided with
     type NT7H90XH Maintenance Control Units at both ends.

     External alarm operation and telemetry if equipped, should be
     verified with the Alarm Center during acceptance.




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		Procomm Script for Accessing FMT-150B/C/D

;**********************************************************************
;*                                                                    *
;*    FMT150.CMD       Version 5.00        Dec 18, 1990               *
;*    Please Destroy all previous versions of this program!           *
;*                                                                    *
;*    NOTE:  Procomm is a product of Datastorm Technologies           *
;**********************************************************************
;         
;     The  script  FMT150.CMD was written to automatically  perform
;     all  configuration commands for the Northern Telecom  FMT-150
;     fiber  optic multiplexer.   Specifically,  this  script  will
;     complete   over  125  configuration   commands   (performance
;     threshold,  error correction,  and alarm outputs) as outlined
;     in Section 4 of the Michigan Bell Certification Procedure for
;     the   FMT-150.    This  program  is   compatible   with   all
;     certification requirements for FMT-150  MCU NT7H90XA  or  MCU
;     NT7H90XE.
;    
;     Requirements:
;     1)  Toshiba T1000 craft terminal or DOS equivalent.
;     2)  Proper serial cables and adapters.
;     3)  Procomm disk with FMT150.CMD file.
;    
;     Procedure for use:
;     1)  Remove disk from drive, then turn on computer.  When the DOS 
;         prompt appears insert the PROCOMM disk into disk drive.  
;         Enter the command "A:" + <ENTER>.
;     2)  Enter the command "FIXPRN" + <ENTER>.
;     3)  Enter the command "PROCOMM" + <ENTER>.
;     4)  While holding the <ALT> key down, press the <D> key, 
;         and select FMT-150 from the dialing menu.
;     5)  Gain access to MCU as normal (press the <ENTER> key 3 times).
;     6)  Once logged in, reset the MCU to factory default by
;         entering "M"(aintenance) "R"(eset) "*"(all) + <ENTER>.
;         It will take approximately three minutes to reconfigure.
;     7)  Gain access to MCU again as in steps 3) & 4).
;     8)  Select the script by pressing <ALT><F5> keys simultaneously.
;     9)  When prompted for command file enter "FMT150" + <ENTER>.
;     10) Answer questions and away you go!
;
; HISTORY: Version 4.00 May 15, 1990 by AQW final release version
; HISTORY: Version 4.10 Aug 08, 1990 by JBH mod to use VPRINT to divert
;          printer into a better bit bucket, and to correct callback #.
; HISTORY: Version 4.12 Nov 21, 1990 by EEE to use Customer Inputs
; HISTORY: Version 5.00 Dec 18, 1990 by JBH to update documentation
;SN051690000
;REFNO=5.00
CLEAR
PAUSE 1
ALARM 1
MESSAGE " "
MESSAGE "            *************************************************"
MESSAGE "            *                                               *"
MESSAGE "            * FMT-150 MCU NT7H90XC\CA CONFIGURATION PROGRAM *"
MESSAGE "            *         MCU NT7H90XE\EA CONFIGURATION PROGRAM *"
MESSAGE "            *                                               *"
MESSAGE "            *      VERSION 5.00         DEC 18, 1990        *"
MESSAGE "            *                                               *"
MESSAGE "            *       MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY         *"
MESSAGE "            *           A DIVISION OF AMERITECH             *"
MESSAGE "            *                                               *"
MESSAGE "            *                                               *"
MESSAGE "            *************************************************"
MESSAGE " "
MESSAGE " "
MESSAGE "          ....TO EXIT THIS PROGRAM AT ANY TIME, PRESS <ESC>...."
PAUSE 3
ALARM 1

;VARIABLE DOCUMENTATION
;S0=CLLI A USER INPUT
;S1=CLLI B USER INPUT
;S2=CLLI LOCAL USER INPUT
;S3=YEAR 2 DIGIT USER INPUT
;S4=MONTH 2 DIGIT USER INPUT
;S5=DAY 2 DIGIT USER INPUT
;S6=HOUR 2 DIGIT USER INPUT
;S7=MINUTE 2 DIGIT USER INPUT
;S8=SYSTEM ID & USER RESPONSE USED TO CONTROL PROGRAM FLOW
;S9=SYSTEM NUMBER

LABEL1:

; note the following statement was superseded in version 4.10 by VPRINT
;DOS "MODE LPT1:=COM2:" ; REQUIRED TO TURN PRINTER ERROR OFF
; following flushes the "RUB" buffer
TRANSMIT "^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H"
CLEAR
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "Enter CLLI code for LOCATION A (C.O.) using full 8 or 11 characters:"
LOCATE 12,2
GET S0 11 ;CLLI A
MESSAGE " "
CLEAR
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "Enter CLLI code for LOCATION B (REMOTE) using full 8 or 11 characters:"
LOCATE 12,2
GET S1 11 ;CLLI B
MESSAGE " "
CLEAR
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "Enter CLLI code for YOUR location using full 8 or 11 characters:"
LOCATE 12,2
GET S2 11

CLEAR
LOCATE 8,2
MESSAGE "Enter system ID without 'MI', for example ALBNMN-JCSNMN."
LOCATE 10,2
GET S8 13
LOCATE 13,2
MESSAGE "Enter system number, for example 1201 / T3X."
LOCATE 15,2
GET S9 15

TRANSMIT "CGNS"
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT S8
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT "!"

CLEAR
LOCATE 6,2
MESSAGE "Enter today's date."
LOCATE 8,2
MESSAGE "Enter two digit year + <ENTER>"
LOCATE 8,34
GET S3 2 ; 2 DIGIT YEAR
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "Enter two digit month + <ENTER>.  Use 0's if required."
LOCATE 10,58
GET S4 2 ; 2 DIGIT MONTH
LOCATE 12,2
MESSAGE "Enter two digit day + <ENTER>.  Use 0's if required."
LOCATE 12,56
GET S5 2 ; 2 DIGIT DAY
CLEAR
LOCATE 6,2
MESSAGE "Enter time."
LOCATE 8,2
MESSAGE "Enter two digit hour + <ENTER>.  Use 0's if required."
LOCATE 8,57
GET S6 2 ; 2 DIGIT HOUR
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "Enter two digit minute + <ENTER>.  Use 0's if required."
LOCATE 10,59
GET S7 2 ; 2 DIGIT MINUTE
CLEAR

;SET TIME DP3025
TRANSMIT "CT"
TRANSMIT S6
TRANSMIT " "
TRANSMIT S7
TRANSMIT " !"
PAUSE 1
KFLUSH
RFLUSH
CLEAR

;PROMPT THE USER TO CHECK INPUTS FOR LOCATIONS
LOCATE 1,2
MESSAGE "Please verify the following information."
LOCATE 4,2
MESSAGE "LOCATION A CLLI CODE = "
LOCATE 4,26
MESSAGE S0
LOCATE 6,2
MESSAGE "LOCATION B CLLI CODE = "
LOCATE 6,26
MESSAGE S1
LOCATE 8,2
MESSAGE "LOCAL LOCATION CLLI CODE ="
LOCATE 8,29
MESSAGE S2
LOCATE 10,2
MESSAGE "SYSTEM ID = "
LOCATE 10,17
MESSAGE S8
LOCATE 12,2
MESSAGE "SYSTEM NUMBER = "
LOCATE 12,21
MESSAGE S9
LOCATE 17,2
MESSAGE "IS INFORMATION CORRECT?  Y/N + <ENTER>"
LOCATE 17,44
GET S8 1
SWITCH S8
     CASE "Y"
          ;DO NOTHING
     ENDCASE
     DEFAULT
          GOTO LABEL1 ; JUMP TO TOP AND ENTER INFORMATION AGAIN
     ENDCASE
ENDSWITCH
CLEAR
LOCATE 8,15
MESSAGE "DO NOT PRESS ANY KEYS UNTIL CONFIGURATION COMPLETE"
LOCATE 10,15
MESSAGE "OK...HERE WE GO..."
ALARM 1
PAUSE 2

;SET DATE DP3024
TRANSMIT "CD"
TRANSMIT S3
TRANSMIT " "
TRANSMIT S4
TRANSMIT " "
TRANSMIT S5
TRANSMIT " !"
PAUSE 1

;NAME NODE 1 USING CENTRAL OFFICE CLLI CODE
TRANSMIT "CGNN1 "
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT S0
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT "!"

;NAME NODE 2 USING REMOTE CLLI CODE
TRANSMIT "CGNN2 "
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT S1
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT "!"

;DEFINE SITE
TRANSMIT "CGS1 1 2 !"
;TRANSMIT "`""
;TRANSMIT S0
;TRANSMIT "`""
;TRANSMIT S1
;TRANSMIT " "
;TRANSMIT "!"

;CONFIGURE CUSTOMER OUTPUT POINTS DP3013
TRANSMIT "CGNO1 "
TRANSMIT "`"BAY MINOR`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO2 "
TRANSMIT "`"BAY MAJOR`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO3 "
TRANSMIT "`"OPT A FAIL`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO4 "
TRANSMIT "`"OPT B FAIL`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO5 "
TRANSMIT "`"STX TX`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO6 "
TRANSMIT "`"STX RX`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO7 "
TRANSMIT "`"M13 ALARM #1`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO8 "
TRANSMIT "`"M13 ALARM #2`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO9 "
TRANSMIT "`"M13 ALARM #3`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO10 "
TRANSMIT "`"HSA ALARM`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO11 "
TRANSMIT "`"HSB ALARM`""
TRANSMIT "!"
;TRANSMIT "CGNO12 "
;TRANSMIT "`"DS1 GRP FAIL`""
;TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO13 "
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT S9
TRANSMIT "`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO14 "
TRANSMIT "`"COM EQUIP ALRM`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO15 "
TRANSMIT "`"NODE #1 CO`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO16 "
TRANSMIT "`"NODE #2 REMOTE`""
TRANSMIT "!"

;DELETE ALL EXISTING CUSTOMER OUTPUTS
TRANSMIT "CGO1 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO3 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO4 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO5 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO6 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO7 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO8 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO9 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO10 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO11 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO12 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO13 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO14 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO15 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGO16 D*!"

;CUSTOMER OUTPUTS 1-2
TRANSMIT "CGO1 AS1 G100 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 AS1 G120 !"

;CUSTOMER OUTPUTS 3-9
TRANSMIT "CGO3 AS1 G107 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO4 AS1 G108 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO5 AS1 G101 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO5 AS1 G102 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO5 AS1 G103 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO6 AS1 G104 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO6 AS1 G105 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO6 AS1 G106 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO7 AS1 G109 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO8 AS1 G110 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO9 AS1 G111 !"

;CUSTOMER OUTPUTS 10-11
TRANSMIT "CGO10 AS1 M1 MH18 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO10 AS1 M2 MH18 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO10 AS1 M3 MH18 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO11 AS1 M1 MH19 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO11 AS1 M2 MH19 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO11 AS1 M3 MH19 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M1 1H2 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M2 1H2 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M3 1H2 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M1 1H3 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M2 1H3 !"
;TRANSMIT "CGO12 AS1 M3 1H3 !"

;CUSTOMER OUTPUT 13, 14
TRANSMIT "CGO13 AS1 G100 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO13 AS1 G120 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO14 AS1 G112 !"

;CUSTOMER OUTPUTS 15, 16
TRANSMIT "CGO15 AN1 G100 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO15 AN1 G120 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO16 AN2 G100 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO16 AN2 G120 !"

;SET TO AUTOMATIC CONTROL
TRANSMIT "CGO1 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO3 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO4 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO5 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO6 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO7 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO8 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO9 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO10 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO11 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO12 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO13 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO14 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO15 CA!"
TRANSMIT "CGO16 CA!"
;
;DEFINE CUSTOMER OUTPUT 12
TRANSMIT "CGO12 D*!"
TRANSMIT "CGNO12 "
TRANSMIT "`"EXT ALM`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGO12 AN2 G118 !"
;also attach to pt 13 for alarm center ID
TRANSMIT "CGO13 AN2 G118 !"
;
;DEFINE CUSTOMER INPUTS
TRANSMIT "CGNI1 "
TRANSMIT "`"SMOKE DET.`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNI2 "
TRANSMIT "`"SUMP PUMP`"" 
TRANSMIT "!" 
TRANSMIT "CGNI3 " 
TRANSMIT "`"OPEN DOOR`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNI4 "
TRANSMIT "`"AC PWR FAIL`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNI5 "
TRANSMIT "`"HI-LO TEMP`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNI6 "
TRANSMIT "`"RECT. FAIL`""
TRANSMIT "!"
TRANSMIT "CGNI7 "
TRANSMIT "`"BATT FLOAT`""
TRANSMIT "!"
;
;ADD CONDITIONS TO CUSTOMER OUTPUT 1
TRANSMIT "CGO1 AN2 SS5 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO1 AN2 SS6 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO1 AN2 SS7 !"
;
;ADD CONDITIONS TO CUSTOMER OUTPUT 2
TRANSMIT "CGO2 AN2 SS1 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 AN2 SS2 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 AN2 SS3 !"
TRANSMIT "CGO2 AN2 SS4 !"
;
     ;PER JOE OLSZTYN SWITCHING SYSTEMS STAFF
     ;LEAVE PERFORMANCE MONITORING AT FACTORY DEFAULT
     ;DISABLE BLUE INSERTION FOR POINT TO POINT SYSTEMS
     ;IN A MULTIPOINT SYSTEM BLUE INSERTION SHOULD BE ENABLED.

     ;ENABLE ALARM LOGGER
     TRANSMIT "CAD!"

     ;DISABLE BLUE INSERTION NODE 1 DP3019
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T1 BE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T2 BE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T3 BE!"

     ;ENABLE PARITY CORRECTION NODE 1 DP3020
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T1 PE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T2 PE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T3 PE!"

     ;ENABLE RX OVERHEAD NODE 1 DP3021
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T1 RE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T2 RE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T3 RE!"

     ;ENABLE TX OVERHEAD NODE 1 DP3022
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T1 TE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T2 TE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T3 TE!"

     ;SIGNAL DEGRADE 10E-8 NODE 1 DP3158
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T1 S8!" 
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T2 S8!"
     TRANSMIT "CN1 T3 S8!"

     ;DISABLE BLUE INSERTION NODE 2 DP3019
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T1 BE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T2 BE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T3 BE!"

     ;ENABLE PARITY CORRECTION NODE 2 DP3020
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T1 PE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T2 PE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T3 PE!"

     ;ENABLE RX OVERHEAD NODE 2 DP3021
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T1 RE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T2 RE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T3 RE!"

     ;ENABLE TX OVERHEAD NODE 2 DP3022
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T1 TE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T2 TE!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T3 TE!"

     ;SIGNAL DEGRADE 10E-8 NODE 2 DP3158
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T1 S8!" 
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T2 S8!"
     TRANSMIT "CN2 T3 S8!"

;LINE LEARN ALL MULTIPLEXERS BOTH NODES
TRANSMIT "CN1 M1 L!"
TRANSMIT "CN1 M2 L!"
TRANSMIT "CN1 M3 L!"
TRANSMIT "CN2 M1 L!"
TRANSMIT "CN2 M2 L!"
TRANSMIT "CN2 M3 L!"

;CONFIGURATION IS COMPLETE EXIT THE PROGRAM
CLEAR
ALARM 1
LOCATE 10,20
MESSAGE "......CONFIGURATION COMPLETE......"
LOCATE 14,17
MESSAGE "CONTINUE WITH SECTION 5 OF CERTIFICATION"
ALARM 2
PAUSE 5
EXIT


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			Glossary of Terms

4W	Four Wire
ACO	Alarm Cut-Off
ACTV    Active (module -- carrying traffic)
AGC 	Automatic Gain Control
AIS     Alarm Indication Signal -- indicates an alarm upstream
AMI	Alternate Mark Inversion -- a technique by which the polarity of
	alternate pulses is inverted
APD	Avalanche Photo Diode -- used for detecting pulses of light
	at the receive end of an optical fiber
AUD	Audible alarm
BDF	Battery Distribution Frame
BER	Bit Error Rate
BIP	Bit Interleave Parity
BPV	Bipolar Violation -- signal is not alternating as expected
CAMMS   Centralized Access Maintenance and Monitoring System --
        a bay-mounted shelf with push buttons and an luminescent display,
	which is used to control FMT-150 networks, as well as other 
	Northern Telecom transmission equipment
CDP	Centralized Display Panel
CEV	Controlled Environment Vault
CO	Central Office
CPC	Common Product Code -- a Northern Telecom code used to identify
	equipment
DDD	Direct Distance Dialing
DM-13   Digital Multiplexer which multiplexes between DS-1/1C/2 signals
	and DS-3 signals
DNA	Dynamic Network Architecture
E2A	A serial interface for alarm polling of equipment
FE	Frame Error
FER	Frame Error Rate
FL	Frame Loss
FLC 	Frame Loss Counter
FLS	Frame Loss Seconds
FPD	Future Product to be Developed
Group	A multiplexed signal made up of four DS-1s, two DS-1Cs, or 
	one Ds-2
Hub	An FMT-150 site which branches one 150 Mb/s signal into two or
	three signals, in different directions, without sacrificing 
	OA & M continuity
LBR	Loopback Request
MCU	Maintenance Control Unit
MM	Multimode Optical Fiber
MSB	Most Significant Bit
Muldem  Multiplexer/demultiplexer
NRZ	Non-Return to Zero
OTT	Optical Termination Tray
PEC	Product Engineering Code -- a Norther Telecom code used to identify
	equipment.  The preferred code to be used when ordering Northern
	Telecom equipment.
PER	Parity Error Rate
PES	Parity Error Seconds
RTO	Ready To Order
SCU	Service Channel Unit
SMB	Sub-Miniature BNC type connector
SR	Stuff Request
STX	(Pseudo) Synchronous Transport Signal: First Level at
	49.92  Mb/s (Northern Telecom)
TBOS	Telemetry Byte Oriented System
VIS	Visual Alarm
WDM	Wavelength Division Multiplexing
XOW	Express Orderwire

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