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1.A-B wire test
Test Item: 1 A-B wire test (If applicable)
Test Objective Check A-B wire for all ports
Test Configuration IP-DSLAM

Perform A-B wire test on all ports between BSNL MDF and UTSTAR MDF.
Note: objective of the test is to check the correct punching between the UTStarcom MDF and BSNL
MDF.

Result: A-B wire testing done for all the ports

2. Check for Redundancy of Power Supply / control cards for 120 ports and above
Test Item:2 Check for Redundancy of Power Supply / control cards for 120 ports and above
Test Objective Power supply redundancy
Test Configuration IPDSLAM

1.Connect the DSLAM (with redundant power supply) as shown in Fig. A, ON both power inputs to
the DSLAM using PDP MCB’s .

2. Ping PC to IPDSLAM IP.
3. Switch off one power supply of DSLAM, by switching off one MCB in PDP.
4. Ping should not stop.

Result: Redundant power supply working in DSLAM.
3. Log In & Log Out
Test Item:3 Log In and Log Out
Test Objective It should be possible to log in and log out in IPDSLAM
Test Equipment IPDSLAM

1.Connect the IPDSLAM as shown in Fig.A.
2. Telnet using command Telnet <ip_address_of IPDSLAM>
Give username and password.
3. Logout using command exit.

Result: Log in and log out is possible in IPDSLAM.
4. Check date and time setting
Test Item:4 Check date and time setting
Test Objective Check local date and time (through NTP if implemented)
Test Configuration IP-DSLAM

1.Connect the switch to a PC using console
2. See the date using command “ show time “
3. Clock can also be set using “ time yyyy/mm/dd
HH:MM:SS

Result: IPDSLAM is showing local date and time

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TEST PROCEDURE FOR POST SWITCH ON TEST OF DSLAM BY M/S. UTStarcom Inc.

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IPDSLAM with
Redundant power

PC

FIG A

TESTING PROCEDURE
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TEST PROCEDURE FOR POST SWITCH ON TEST OF DSLAM BY M/S. UTStarcom Inc.
5. Check log details
Test Item:5 Check log details
Test Objective Check log details
Test Configuration IP-DSLAM

1.Connect the switch to a PC.
2. Open console using HyperTerminal.
3. Give command “ show debug-info” to see the log file
press q to come out.

Result: IPDSLAM is showing log details in console
6. Restoration
Test Item:6 Restoration
Test Objective Restoration (By Power OFF and ON)
Test Configuration IP-DSLAM

1.Connect the switch to a PC using console
2. Configure the ports of DSLAM. And save the configuration
3. Switch off the power and switch on again.
4. Once the controller card is up, the configuration should be there.

Result: IPDSLAM restores the configuration after power off and ON.
7. Check of alarms
Test Item: 7 Check of alarms
Test Objective Check of alarms
Test Configuration IP-DSLAM

1.Connect the switch to a PC using console
2.. see the log details using command “ show alarm [slot <module-index-list>] [severity <critical |
major |minor >] “
e.g.
AN2000_IB#show alarm slot 5
Probable Cause Entity Severity Class
Loss Of Signal 5-21 Critical Communication
15MIN ATUC SES 5-21 Minor QoS
24HR ATUC SES 5-21 Minor QoS
15MIN ATUC_UAS 5-21 Minor QoS
24HR ATUC UAS 5-21 Minor QoS
3. Tying just ‘show alarm ‘ will show the link status, remove one link (FE/ GE) and see the alarm
using this command.

Result: IPDSLAM is showing alarm details
8.User Authentication
Test Item:8 User Authentication
Test Objective User should be able to change the password. (Security purpose to avoid default password)

Equipment Required IPDSLAM

1.Connect the PC with DSLAM using console.
2.Login using admin.
3.Change the password using command “ enable-password”
e.g.
ICM3 board 172.16.4.157 login: admin
Password:
You are now in the Privileged Mode
AN2000_IB#access
AN2000_IB(access)#enable-password
Old-password: ABC123
New-password: test123
Confirm new password: test123

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