XMP1 PDH Hardware and SOX/MSP under SOA

AvailabilityOn Request On Request Delivery MethodInstructor-led, hands-on 5 Days Content LevelStandard Min 4 - Max 8 Location English, German
Overview

XMP1 is a modular, flexible and highly integrated cross-connect system with extensive application options including SDH and PDH multiplexer functionality. It is therefore essential to gain the knowledge of its features, functions and capabilities, and learn the skills required to carry out commissioning and in-service maintenance in order to successfully implement into a live complex managed network.

This course provides all the necessary information and practical training in order to enable students to most effectively operate, maintain, monitor, configure and troubleshoot the XMP1 platform.

Specific units covered on this course include the PDH components, and the Modular Service PC (MSP) which is used under the network management system applications Service On Access (SOA).

Target Group

This course is suitable for Network Deployment Engineers, System Technicians, Service Technicians, and Field Technicians.

Key Topics
  • Basic functions and features of XMP1
  • Central modules (racks, central unit, power feeding)
  • Port modules (basic settings of E1)
  • Port Modules (G703, optical E1, SDSL, LAN, Video, E3, V11/V35)
  • Data modules (V11, WT, V24, V35, G703 64k)
  • Analogue modules (4 wire, subscriber, exchange, local battery)
  • ISDN modules (S0, Uk0)
  • Signal collector module
  • Tools for troubleshooting (display and control module, WinLSP)
  • Introduction to the SISA supervisory system: General system info, types of a SISA network, management channels
  • Connection to SOA (64k, ECC8, ECC 64).
  • Introduction to the LMT software (offline, online status)
  • Introduction to the SOX/MSP applicationSOX/MSP online functions, trouble shooting tools
  • Creating cross connections
  • Installation of LMT and SOX/MSP on PC
  • Exercises on the test network, complete configuration (first commissioning, operating, trouble shooting, monitoring, routing activities)
Pre-requisites
  • Basic Windows knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of digital telephony, PDH and IP
Documentation

Each participant receives a printed copy of the course documentation.