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  • NOVEMBER, 2000

    NEC America, Inc.

    NDA-24318ISSUE 1

    STOCK # 200818

    IPTRK Circuit Card System Manual

    ®

  • LIABILITY DISCLAIMER

    NEC America, Inc. reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, orfeatures, at any time, without notice.

    NEC America, Inc. has prepared this document for use by its employees andcustomers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC America,Inc. and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval from NECAmerica, Inc.

    NEAX® and Dterm® are registered trademarks of NEC Corporation.

    Cisco® is a registered trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc. Documentationreferences to Cisco products refer to networking with Cisco hardware.

    Copyright 2000NEC America, Inc.Printed in the U.S.A.

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  • NDA-24318ISSUE 1

    NOVEMBER, 2000

    NEAX2400 IPXIPTRK Circuit Card System Manual

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Page

    NDA-24318 TABLE OF CONTENTSPage i

    Issue 1

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. SERVICE FEATURES TO BE PROVIDED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23. HOW TO FOLLOW THIS MANUAL AND RELATED REFERENCE MANUALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    3.1 How to Follow This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63.2 Related Reference Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    CHAPTER 2 CIRCUIT CARD EXPLANATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72. PA-8IPTB (IPTRK Circuit Card) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

    2.1 General Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72.2 Mounting Location/Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82.3 Face Layout of Lamps, Switches and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102.4 Lamp Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102.5 Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112.6 External Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152.7 Switch Setting Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

    3. PZ-8VCTB (Sub Board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183.1 General Function/Mounting Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183.2 Lamp Indications and Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

    CHAPTER 3 OFFICE DATA PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192. CCIS NETWORKING VIA IP [C-163] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

    2.1 Required Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202.2 Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212.3 Service Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222.4 Data Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

    3. FCCS NETWORKING VIA IP [F-36] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293.1 Required Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303.2 Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313.3 Service Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323.4 Data Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

    CHAPTER 4 OPERATION TESTS AFTER INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 471. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 472. CCIS NETWORKING VIA IP [C-163]/VOICE OVER IP (H.323) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 473. FCCS NETWORKING VIA IP [F-36] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

  • LIST OF FIGURES NDA-24318Page iiIssue 1

    LIST OF FIGURES

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    Figure 1-1 Example Network Configuration via Intranet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Figure 1-2 Outer View of IPTRK Circuit Card Furnished with a Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Figure 1-3 Block Diagram - CCIS Networking via IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Figure 1-4 Block Diagram - CCIS Networking via IP [Point-to-Multipoint Connection] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Figure 1-5 Block Diagram - FCCS Networking via IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Figure 2-1 Location of PA-8IPTB (IPTRK Circuit Card) within the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Figure 2-2 PA-8IPTB Circuit Card Mounting Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Figure 2-3 Port Assignment for PA-8IPTB Circuit Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Figure 2-4 Face Layout of PA-8IPTB IPTRK Circuit Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Figure 2-5 Ethernet Cable Connection for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Figure 2-6 Ethernet Cable Connection for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]

    [IPTRK: Point-to-Multipoint] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Figure 2-7 Attachment of Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB) onto IPTRK Circuit Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Figure 2-8 Outer View of PZ-8VCTB on the Main Board of PA-8IPTB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Figure 3-1 Overview of CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Figure 3-2 Example of Required Hardware for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Figure 3-3 Port Assignment of Bch for CCIS Tie Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25Figure 3-4 Example Data Assignment (ACSC/ACIC2) CCIS - CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] . . . . . . . . 26Figure 3-5 Example Assignment of IP Addresses of IPTRK Circuit Card and Connected Router . . . . . . . 28Figure 3-6 Overview of FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29Figure 3-7 Example Required Hardware for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30Figure 3-8 Example Required Hardware for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]

    [IPTRK: Point-to-Multipoint] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31Figure 3-9 Example Data Assignment (ACRD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35Figure 3-10 Example Data Assignment (ACTK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36Figure 3-11 Example Assignment of FCHN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37Figure 3-12 Example Assignment of Destination IP and Next IP (AETH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38Figure 3-13 Example Data Assignment (ACAN/AFRT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39Figure 3-14 Example Assignment of IP Addresses of IPTRK Circuit Card and Connected Router . . . . . . . 41Figure 3-15 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] [Point-to-Multipoint Connection] Example Data Sheet 1 . . . . . 42Figure 3-16 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] Example Data Sheet 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43Figure 3-17 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] and FCH FCCS Networking

    (both ASPC and AETH commands) Example Data Sheet 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Figure 3-18 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] - FCCS Network via IP Tandem Connection

    (AFPC Dummy Data) Example Data Sheet 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45Figure 3-19 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] and FCH FCCS Networking

    (AFPC or AETH commands) Example Data Sheet 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46Figure 4-1 Lamps to be Tested (CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47Figure 4-2 Lamps to be Tested (FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] [Point-to-Multipoint Connection]) . . . . . . 49

  • NDA-24318 LIST OF TABLESPage iiiIssue 1

    LIST OF TABLES

    Page

    Table 1-1 Specification of IP Trunk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table 2-1 Lamp Indication Meanings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Table 2-2 Switch Setting Meanings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Table 2-3 PAD Values of µ-law Pattern 1 / Pattern 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Table 2-4 Switch Setting Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Table 3-1 Internode Service Features (CCIS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23Table 3-2 Alternate Routing to be Provided/Not Provided (FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]). . . . . . . . . . . 34Table 3-3 PBX Software/IPTRK Circuit Card Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

  • LIST OF TABLES NDA-24318Page ivIssue 1

    This page is for your notes.

  • NDA-24318 CHAPTER 1Page 1Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

    1. GENERAL

    This manual explains the installation of the following IPTRK circuit cards, which are used to send/receive voiceor FAX (G3) information via the Intranet. Although PA-8IPTB is equipped with a total of eight ports, anoptional sub board (PZ-8VCTB) provides an additional eight ports, when mounted on a PA-8IPTB main board.

    • PA-8IPTB (with eight ports)

    • PZ-8VCTB (optional daughter board provides an additional eight ports to PA-8IPTB)

    Figure 1-1 Example Network Configuration via Intranet

    Note: A single sub board can be mounted on PA-8IPTB, two slots are physically occupied.

    Figure 1-2 Outer View of IPTRK Circuit Card Furnished with a Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)

    Table 1-1 Specification of IP Trunk

    FUNCTION SPECIFICATION REMARKS

    Voice Encoding/Decoding

    G.729a 8 kbps CS-ACELP

    G.711 PCM of Voice Frequencies

    G.723.1Dual rate Speech Coder for Multimedia Communication transmitting at 5.3 and 6.3 kbits/s

    • IPTRK: PA-8IPTB:Line/Trunk circuit card featuring Voice over IP Maximum of 16ch (equipped with 8ch CODEC) Equipped with FCCS/CCIS handler Mounting capacity: 2 per UNIT (4 per PIM)

    • Sub Board: PZ-8VCTB 8ch CODEC daughter board for PA-8IPTB expansion (optional) Note

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IP Packet

    IP PacketIntranet NEAX2400 IPX

    NEAX2400 IPX

    TCP/IP TCP/IP

    LAN

    LAN

    10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX

    IPTRK (PA-8IPTB)

    PZ-8VCTB(Sub Board - Optional)

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    Router

    Sub Board (eight port option)

    IPTRK (Eight Ports)FCON (For Ether cable)

    IPCON (For Ether cable)

  • CHAPTER 1 NDA-24318Page 2Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    Note 1: Transmission speed is within 14.4 kbps.

    Note 2: On a conference call via IPTRK, Echo Canceller cannot be activated when using certain kinds of telephonesets (generally analog telephones).

    2. SERVICE FEATURES TO BE PROVIDED

    When using an IPTRK circuit card, the following services are available:

    • CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]

    • FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]

    FAX FAX Relay (T.30)

    G3 FAX (V.17, V.21, V.27ter, V.29, V.33) is availableSuper G3 (V.34, etc.) is not available Note 1

    INTER-OFFICE SIGNAL LINK

    MP: Point-to-Multipoint

    NEAX2400 IPX → NEAX2400 IPX

    FCCS MP

    CCIS MP

    NEAX2400 IPX → NEAX2000 IVS2

    CCIS MP

    Jitter Dynamic Jitter Buffer Buffer Value (40 ~ 300 ms)

    LAN Interface 10 BASE-T (100 BASE-TX)

    QoS (Quality of Service) WFQ by ToS Use Cisco® router

    Echo Canceller G.168 Round Trip Delay = 32 ms Note 2

    Table 1-1 Specification of IP Trunk (Continued)

    FUNCTION SPECIFICATION REMARKS

  • NDA-24318 CHAPTER 1Page 3Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    Figure 1-3 represents a block diagram example of CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]. For more detailedinformation, see CHAPTER 3.

    Figure 1-3 Block Diagram - CCIS Networking via IP

    Note: As shown, the IPTRK circuit cards in the self-node and its connected node must be 1-to-1 ratio.

    Intranet POWERRouter

    POWER

    Router

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    : Ethernet cable

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRKBoth Speech and Signal

    Node A Node B

    Both Speech and Signal

    Node C

    Both Speech and Signal

    CPU

    CPU CPU

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK

  • CHAPTER 1 NDA-24318Page 4Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    Figure 1-4 represents a block diagram example of CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] when an IPTRK circuit cardin Node A is connected to the IPTRKs of Node B and C (Point-to-Multipoint connection). For more detailedinformation, see CHAPTER 3.

    Figure 1-4 Block Diagram - CCIS Networking via IP [Point-to-Multipoint Connection]

    Note: As shown, an IPTRK circuit card, accommodated in a node, can be connected to the IPTRK circuit cardsof multiple nodes, thus achieving Point-to-Multipoint connection.

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    Router

    IPTRK

    IPTRKIPTRK

    To IP

    TR

    K of N

    ode C

    Node A Node B

    Both Speech and Signal Both Speech and Signal

    CPU CPU

    Both Speech and Signal

    CPU

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    :Ethernet Cable (Both Speech and Signal)

    Node C

    To IPTRK of Node B

    Point-to-Multipoint Connection

    Intranet

    POWER

    Router

  • NDA-24318 CHAPTER 1Page 5Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    Figure 1-5 represents a block diagram example of FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]. For more detailedinformation, see CHAPTER 3.

    Figure 1-5 Block Diagram - FCCS Networking via IP

    Note: As shown, the IPTRK circuit cards in the self-node and its connected node must be 1-to-1 ratio.

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    Router

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    Both Speech and SignalBoth Speech and Signal

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    Node A Node B

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    IPTRKIPCONFCON

    Both Speech and Signal

    FCCS Signal

    CPU LANI

    HUB

    FCCS Signal

    Node C

    CPULANI

    HUB

    FCCS Signal

    CPULANI

    HUB

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP TrunkLANI: LAN Interface (PZ-PC19)

    :10 BASE-T Cable (Both Speech and Signal)

    : 10 BASE-T Cable (for FCCS signal)

    Intranet

    POWER

    Router

  • CHAPTER 1 NDA-24318Page 6Issue 1

    INTRODUCTION

    3. HOW TO FOLLOW THIS MANUAL AND RELATED REFERENCE MANUALS

    This manual describes only items related to the IPTRK circuit cards. Therefore, if you need details on theNEAX2400 IPX, the FCCS network, or the CCIS network, please refer to the related manual. Configuration ofthis manual and related reference manuals are shown below.

    3.1 How to Follow This Manual

    • CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

    This chapter explains the purpose of this manual.

    • CHAPTER 2 CIRCUIT CARD EXPLANATIONS

    This chapter explains the functional outline, mounting location, switch and lamp meanings, andexternal interfaces of the IPTRK circuit card.

    • CHAPTER 3 OFFICE DATA PROGRAMMING

    This chapter explains details on general descriptions, service conditions, and data programming of theIPTRK-related service features.

    • CHAPTER 4 OPERATION TESTS AFTER INSTALLATION

    This chapter explains the procedure to verify normal operation of the IPTRK circuit card wheninstallation and necessary data settings have been completed.

    3.2 Related Reference Manuals

    For more detailed information on the NEAX2400 IPX, the FCCS network, or the CCIS network, refer tothe following manuals:

    For details on NEAX2400 IPX:

    • NEAX2400 IPX Installation Manual

    • NEAX2400 IPX Circuit Card Manual

    • NEAX2400 IPX Office Data Specification

    • NEAX2400 IPX Feature Programming Manual

    • NEAX2400 IPX System Operations and Maintenance Manual

    For details on the FCCS network:

    • NEAX2400 IPX Fusion System Manual

    For details on the CCIS network:

    • NEAX2400 IPX No. 7 CCIS System Manual

  • NDA-24318 CHAPTER 2Page 7Issue 1

    CIRCUIT CARD EXPLANATIONS

    CHAPTER 2 CIRCUIT CARD EXPLANATIONS

    1. GENERAL

    This chapter provides detailed explanations for the following circuit cards:

    • PA-8IPTB

    • PZ-8VCTB

    2. PA-8IPTB (IPTRK Circuit Card)

    2.1 General Function

    PA-8IPTB is a Line/Trunk circuit card that is used for providing CCIS/FCCS service via the Intranet, andto send/receive voice or FAX (G3) information over IP. PA-8IPTB is equipped with a total of eight ports,however, an optional sub board (PZ-8VCTB) provides an additional eight ports, when mounted on a PA-8IPTB main board. For more detailed information, see Section 2.6 External Interfaces. This card providesthe following functions:

    a.) Voice Data Processing:

    • Voice data compression/decompression

    • FAX data encoding/multiplexing

    • DTMF (analog signal) detection/transmission

    • Echo Canceller

    b.) IP Network Interface (10/100 Mbps Ethernet interface to send/receive voice/signal information)c.) FCCS Link Interfaced.) LP-PM Bus Interface (for PM bus dedicated to NEAX2400 IPX series)

    Figure 2-1 Location of PA-8IPTB (IPTRK Circuit Card) within the System

    Note 1: When using an IPTRK circuit card for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163], the IPTRK cards in the self nodeand its connected node must be in 1-to-1 ratio.

    Note 2: Used for FCCS only.

    Caution:While this circuit card is in use, some LSIs may get hot. Handle this card with care. Do not touch the heatedLSI surfaces.

    Ethernet Cable

    Intranet

    CCIS/FCCS Speech

    CCIS/FCCS Signal

    MUX

    Ethernet C

    able

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP TrunkMUX: MultiplexerTSW: Time Division SwitchISAGT: ISA GateLANI: LAN Interface

    : Speech

    : Signal

    IPTRK

    IPCON

    FCON

    HUB

    Note 1

    LANI

    CPU

    TSW

    ISAGT

    FCCS Signal

    Note 2

    POWER

    Router

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    2.2 Mounting Location/Condition

    Mounting location/condition of this card is shown below. Mount this card in the following shaded slots:

    Figure 2-2 PA-8IPTB Circuit Card Mounting Locations

    Mounting conditions of this card are as follows:

    • When this card is used without a sub board (PZ-8VCTB), and mounted in any of the universal slots 05,07, 09, 16, 18 or 20:

    Although this card physically occupies only one slot, actual ports to be used are those in the even-numbered group of only the left side of the slot (see Figure 2-3).

    • When this card is used without a sub board (PZ-8VCTB), and mounted in any of the universal slots 10,11, 12, 21, 22 or 23:

    This card occupies only one slot. In regard to the port accommodation, see Figure 2-3.

    • When this card is used with a sub board (PZ-8VCTB):

    This card physically occupies a total of two slots. In regard to the port accommodation, see Figure 2-3.

    • One UNIT accommodates a maximum of two IPTRK circuit cards (slots 04~12 / slots 15~23).Therefore, the third IPTRK circuit card must be accommodated in a different UNIT of the same/otherPIM.

    00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2312

    PIM

    Universal Slots Universal Slots

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    Figure 2-3 Port Assignment for PA-8IPTB Circuit Card

    PW

    R

    PW

    R

    Ex. Slot 05 Ex. Slot 21

    00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

    0810

    12

    13

    14

    16

    17

    18

    00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

    PZ-8VCTB

    0100

    0302

    0504

    0706

    0908

    1110 12

    1314

    1516

    1718

    1920

    2122

    23

    0100

    0302

    0504

    0706

    0908

    1110

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2021

    2223

    0100

    0302

    0504

    0706

    0908

    1110

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2122

    23

    0100

    0302

    0504

    0706

    0908

    1110

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2021

    2223

    Examples of PA-8IPTB port accommodation:• Not equipped with Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)• Equipped with one Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)

    • PA-8IPTB not equipped with Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)

    8 Ports

    16 Ports

    • PA-8IPTB is equipped with one Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)

    PA-8IPTB in a 16 port slot PA-8IPTB in a 32 port slot

    PIM

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    2.3 Face Layout of Lamps, Switches and Connectors

    The face layout of lamps, switches and connectors on this circuit card are shown below. For more detailedinformation, see Section 2.6 External Interfaces.

    Figure 2-4 Face Layout of PA-8IPTB IPTRK Circuit Card

    Note: When mounting the optional sub board (PZ-8VCTB), be sure to use SUB3A and SUB3B connectors.

    2.4 Lamp Indications

    Lamp indication meanings are shown below:

    Table 2-1 Lamp Indication Meanings

    LAMP NAME COLOR MEANING OF INDICATION

    OPE Green Lights when circuit card is operating normally.

    BUSY Green Lights when one or more lines are busy.

    SUBOPE3 Green Lights when Sub CPU #3 is in operation.

    SUBOPE2 Green Lights when Sub CPU #2 is in operation.

    SUBOPE1 Green Lights when Sub CPU #1 is in operation.

    SUBOPE0 Green Lights when CPU of IPTRK circuit card’s main board is in operation.

    L3 Green Not used.

    L2 Green Not used.

    L1 Green Lights when CCIS/FCCS link is established.

    IP-LRR Green Lights when this card is used with IP network.

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SUBOPE3SUBOPE2SUBOPE1SUBOPE0

    BUSY

    L3L2L1

    IP-TXRX

    IP-100M

    F-TXRX

    F-100M

    IP-LRRIP-LINKIP-COL

    F-LRRF-LINKF-COL

    SW

    10

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SW

    40

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SW

    20

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SW

    50

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SW

    30

    12

    34

    56

    78

    SW

    60

    OPE

    MODE

    IPCON

    FCON

    MB

    MBR

    SU

    B3A

    SU

    B3B

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    2.5 Switch Settings

    The meaning of each switch on this card is shown below:

    IP-LINK Green Lights when establishing a connection (physically) with the IP network.

    IP-TXRX Green Lights when sending/receiving data packets.

    IP-100M Green Lights when 100 Mbps interface is in use.

    IP-COL Yellow Lights when data packet collision is detected.

    F-LRR Green Lights when this card is used with FCCS network.

    F-LINK Green Lights when establishing a connection (physically) with the FCCS network.

    F-TXRX Green Lights when sending/receiving data packets.

    F-100M Green Lights when 100 Mbps interface is in use.

    F-COL Yellow Lights when data packet collision is detected.

    Table 2-2 Switch Setting Meanings

    SWITCH NAME

    SWITCH NUMBER

    SETTINGSTANDARD

    SETTINGMEANING

    MB- ON (UP) Circuit Card: Make-Busy.

    - OFF (DOWN) × Circuit Card: Make-Busy Cancel.

    MBR- ON (UP) Circuit Card Make-Busy Request.

    - OFF (DOWN) × Circuit Card Make-Busy Request Cancel.

    MODE

    - 0 × Auto Negotiation ON (standard setting).

    - 1 Auto Negotiation OFF.

    - 2 MAC Address Writing Mode.

    - 3-F Not used.

    Table 2-1 Lamp Indication Meanings (Continued)

    LAMP NAME COLOR MEANING OF INDICATION

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    SW10

    1ON External Ether 100 Mbps: Fixed Note 1

    OFF × External Ether 10 Mbps: Fixed Note 1

    2ON Internal Ether 100 Mbps: Fixed Note 1

    OFF × Internal Ether 10 Mbps: Fixed Note 1

    3~5

    PAD Pattern Selection

    For details on each PAD value, refer to Table 2-1.

    6ON PAD is assigned by ARTD/ACRD Note 2

    OFF × PAD is assigned by APAD/AFPD Note 2

    7ON Flexible PAD is used.

    OFF × Flexible PAD is not used.

    8 OFF × Echo Canceller nonlinear processor is not used. (Fixed to OFF.)

    Note 1: Valid when MODE switch is set to 1 (= Automatic Negotiation OFF).

    Note 2: When SW10-6 is ON, PAD value is set as specified by ARTD (for CCIS) or ACRD (for FCCS). PADvalue specified by APAD (for CCIS) or AFPG (for FCCS) is not effective in this configuration.When SW10-6 is OFF, PAD value is set as specified by ARTD (for CCIS) or ACRD (for FCCS) asdefault. However, when any data has been set by the APAD or AFPD command, the specified PADvalue is used. The standard setting is OFF.

    Table 2-2 Switch Setting Meanings (Continued)

    SWITCH NAME

    SWITCH NUMBER

    SETTINGSTANDARD

    SETTINGMEANING

    SW10-3 SW10-4 SW10-5 PAD PATTERN SELECTION

    OFF OFF OFF Not used

    ON OFF OFF Not used

    OFF ON OFF µ-law Pattern 1 (for North America)

    ON ON OFF µ-law Pattern 2 (for North America)

    OFF OFF ON Not used

    ON OFF ON Not used

    OFF ON ON Not used

    ON ON ON Not used

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    SW20

    1~6

    Designation of Flexible PAD Value Note 1

    7ON

    Fixed to OFF.OFF ×

    8ON

    Fixed to OFF.OFF ×

    Table 2-2 Switch Setting Meanings (Continued)

    SWITCH NAME

    SWITCH NUMBER

    SETTINGSTANDARD

    SETTINGMEANING

    SW20-1

    SW20-2

    SW20-3

    SW20-4

    SW20-5

    SW20-6

    PAD VALUE

    OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF 16 [dB]

    ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF 15 [dB]

    OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF 14 [dB]

    ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF 13 [dB]

    OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF 12 [dB]

    ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF 11 [dB]

    OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF 10 [dB]

    ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF 9 [dB]

    OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF 8 [dB]

    ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF 7 [dB]

    OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF 6 [dB]

    ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF 5 [dB]

    OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF 4 [dB]

    ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF 3 [dB]

    OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF 2 [dB]

    ON ON ON ON OFF OFF 1 [dB]

    OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF 0 [dB]

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    Note 1: Flexible PAD is made effective when SW10-7 = ON, and PAD No. = 4 in Table 2-3.

    Note 2: Error Correction Mode (ECM) is used to correct errors, such as data loss, during FAX data sending or receiving.

    SW30

    1ON × Dynamic Controlling

    OFF Static Controlling

    2~4

    Voice Encoding/Decoding and Payload Cycle:

    5~7

    FAX Error Detection Timer:

    8 OFF × Not Used.

    SW40

    1~4 OFF × Fixed to OFF.

    5

    6 OFF × Not used.

    7 Note 2ON FAX mode ECM OFF.

    OFF × FAX mode ECM ON.

    8 OFF × Fixed to OFF.

    SW50 1~8 OFF × Fixed to OFF.

    SW60 1~8 OFF × Fixed to OFF.

    Table 2-2 Switch Setting Meanings (Continued)

    SWITCH NAME

    SWITCH NUMBER

    SETTINGSTANDARD

    SETTINGMEANING

    SW30-4

    SW30-3

    SW30-2 MEANING

    SELECTION ORDER:HIGH TO LOW

    1 2 3 4

    OFF OFF OFFStandard Setting

    G.729aG.723.1 (6.3K)

    G.723.1 (5.3K)

    G.711

    OFF ON OFF

    Voice Quality

    Precedence Mode

    G.711 G.729aG.723.1 (6.3K)

    G.723.1 (5.3K)

    OFF OFF ONBand

    Precedence Mode 1

    G.723.1 (5.3K)

    G.723.1 (6.3K)

    G.729a G.711

    OFF ON ONBand

    Precedence Mode 2

    G.723.1 (6.3K)

    G.723.1 (5.3K)

    G.729a G.711

    SW30-7

    SW30-6

    SW30-5 TIMER REMARKS

    OFF OFF OFF 1 minute Standard Setting

    OFF OFF ON 2 minute

    OFF ON OFF 3 minute

    OFF ON ON 4 minute

    ON OFF OFF 5 minute

    ON OFF ON 0 minute Fixed to Voice Mode

    ON ON OFF No TimerVoice/FAX Automatic

    Distinction

    ON ON ON Preliminary

    SW40-5

    SW40-4

    SW40-3

    SW40-2 MEANING REMARKS

    ON OFF OFF OFF 4 Block Sending Standard Setting

    OFF ON ON OFF 3 Block Sending

    OFF ON OFF OFF 2 Block Sending

    OFF OFF ON OFF 1 Block Sending

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    Note: Flexible PAD is used when SW10-7 is set ON. For details on Flexible PAD values, refer to SW20-1~SW20-6.

    2.6 External Interfaces

    To connect to the Intranet, refer to Figure 2-5 when using PA-8IPTB for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163].

    To connect to the Intranet, refer to Figure 2-6 when using PA-8IPTB for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36](Point-to-Multipoint Connection).

    Although PA-8IPTB is equipped with only eight ports, adding the optional sub board (PZ-8VCTB)provides an additional eight ports, when mounted on a PA-8IPTB main board. Figure 2-7 representsoptional attachment of a sub board (PZ-8VCTB) onto the main board of PA-8IPTB.

    Caution:Use a router when connecting the IPTRK circuit card to the IP network. Do not connect IPTRK circuitcards in the self-node and its connected node directly via the HUB, etc.

    Connect an Ethernet cable from IPCON connector to the router, as shown in the following figure. When100BASE-TX Ethernet cable is connected to IPCON connector, IP-100M lamp lights green. The lamp willnot light when 10BASE-T Ethernet cable is used.

    Figure 2-5 Ethernet Cable Connection for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]

    Table 2-3 PAD Values of µ-law Pattern 1 / Pattern 2

    PAD NO.PATTERN 1 PATTERN 2

    SEND RECEIVE SEND RECEIVE

    7 or 15 0 [dB] 0 [dB]

    1 2 [dB] 3 [dB]

    2 4 [dB] 3 [dB]

    3 6 [dB] 6 [dB]

    4 8 [dB] or Flexible PAD Note 9 [dB] or Flexible PAD Note

    5 0 [dB] 0 [dB]

    024

    AC

    E

    6

    IPCON

    8 Not used7 Not used6 RD -5 Not used4 Not used3 RD +2 TD -1 TD +

    Intranet

    Ethernet Cable (Installation Cable)

    ATTENTIONContentsStatic SensitiveHandlingPrecautions Required

    IPTRK

    RJ-45

    RJ-45 ConnectorPin Assignment

    IPCON

    POWER

    Router

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    When using an IPTRK circuit card for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] (Point-to-Multipoint Connection),connect an Ethernet cable from the IPCON connector to the router. Next, connect another Ethernet cablefrom FCON connector to LANI card (CPR, PCI slot 00/03) via HUB. The following figure is an examplewhen connecting the IPTRK circuit card to the LANI of CPU0, PCI slot 0. When 100BASE-TX Ethernetcable is connected to IPCON/FCON connector, IP100M or F-100M lamp lights green, respectively. Whenusing 10BASE-T Ethernet cable, the lamp does not light.

    Figure 2-6 Ethernet Cable Connection for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] [IPTRK: Point-to-Multipoint]

    5.0 A

    5.0 A

    slot3slot0

    slot3slot0

    8 Not used7 Not used6 RD -5 Not used4 Not used3 RD +2 TD -1 TD +

    0

    24

    AC

    E

    6

    BASEU

    Intranet

    RJ-45 ConnectorPIN AssignmentIPCON/FCON

    Ethernet Cable (Installation Cable)

    PA-8IPTBIPCON

    FCON

    RJ-45

    Ethernet Cable (Straight Cable)

    Ethernet Cable (Straight Cable)

    HUB Circuit Card

    PIM

    LPMLANI (PZ-PC19)

    LANI (PZ-PC19)

    POWER

    Router

    ATTENTIONContentsStatic SensitiveHandlingPrecautions Required

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    Figure 2-7 Attachment of Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB) onto IPTRK Circuit Card

    To

    "SU

    B3A

    " C

    onne

    ctor

    To

    "SU

    B3B

    " C

    onne

    ctor

    Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB)

    Main Board (PA-8IPTB)

    ATTENTIONContentsStatic SensitiveHandlingPrecautions Required

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    2.7 Switch Setting Sheet

    3. PZ-8VCTB (Sub Board)

    3.1 General Function/Mounting Location

    PZ-8VCTB is an optional sub board (daughter board), that provides an additional eight ports whenmounted on the main board of a PA-8IPTB card. The board can be mounted as shown in the figure below:

    Figure 2-8 Outer View of PZ-8VCTB on the Main Board of PA-8IPTB

    Note: When mounting this board, be sure to insert the board onto the SUB3A and SUB3B connectors on the PA-8IPTB card. For details, refer to Section 2.6 External Interfaces.

    3.2 Lamp Indications and Switch Settings

    No lamps or switches are used on this card.

    Table 2-4 Switch Setting Sheet

    MODULE SLOT NO. SWITCH NAME SWITCH SHAPE REMARKS

    PIM

    MB

    MBR

    MODE

    SW10

    SW20

    SW30

    SW40

    SW50

    SW60

    ON

    ON

    ON1234 56 78

    123456 78 ON

    1 2 34 56 78 ON

    1 2 3456 78 ON

    1 2 3456 78 ON

    1 2 3456 78 ON

    PZ-8VCTB

    Sub Board (PZ-8VCTB) provides an additional eight ports

    Main Board (PA-8IPTB) provides eight ports

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    CHAPTER 3 OFFICE DATA PROGRAMMING

    1. GENERAL

    This chapter explains the procedure to assign the IPTRK circuit card-related office data, located in the followingsections:

    • CCIS Networking via IP [C-163] Required Hardware

    Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection)

    Service Conditions

    Data Programming

    • FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] Required Hardware

    Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection)

    Service Conditions

    Data Programming

    • PAD/EC Control Conditions

    Data Programming

    Note: For details on the IPTRK circuit card, refer to CHAPTER 2.

    2. CCIS NETWORKING VIA IP [C-163]

    This feature allows the system to use the CCIS network via the Intranet. To establish/release a call, the followingfigure illustrates a connection pattern.

    For both speech and CCIS signal channels, an IPTRK circuit card is used. The IPTRK circuit cards in the self-node and each of its connected nodes must be in 1-1 ratio. For additional information, see Section 2.4 DataProgramming.

    When utilizing Point-to-Multipoint Connection for both speech and CCIS signal channels, an IPTRK circuitcard is used. The IPTRK circuit card accommodated in the self-node can be connected to multiple destinations(IPTRK circuit cards of multiple nodes). For additional information, see 2.4 Data Programming.

    Figure 3-1 Overview of CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]

    Both Speech and CCIS Signal

    Intranet

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 IPXNEAX2400 IPX

    IPTRK

    Node A Node B

    Point-to-Multipoint

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    Router

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    2.1 Required Hardware

    This feature is available using the following hardware. As shown, both signal and speech paths can beprovided by connection of IPTRK circuit cards between the nodes.

    Figure 3-2 Example of Required Hardware for CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]

    Note: One IPTRK circuit card assigned as CCH by the ACSC command is assumed as the D-channel controllingcard, used as the speech circuit as well. The IPTRK circuit card can control the B-channel of the same card,and a maximum of seven other IPTRK circuit cards.

    IPTRK IPTRK

    IPTRKTo Node A

    To Node C

    IPTRK IPTRK

    IPTRK

    CPU

    To Node B

    To Node A IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    24

    A C

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    To Node B

    To Node C

    IPTRK

    CPU

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    CPU

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    : Ethernet cable

    Intranet

    Node A Node B

    Node C

    Node A

    RouterRouter

    Ethernet cable

    IPCON

    Node B

    Node CRouter

    Note

    Arrows indicate Point-to-Multipoint

    connection

    CPUCPU

    CPU

    Intranet

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    2.2 Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection)

    This feature (allowing IPTRK circuit cards for both speech and CCIS signal channels) is available by usingthe following hardware. Once this feature is set, each IPTRK circuit card can make a Point-to-Multipointconnection with IPTRK circuit cards of multiple nodes.

    Note: One IPTRK circuit card assigned as CCH by the ACSC command is assumed as the D-channel controllingcard, used as the speech circuit card as well. The IPTRK circuit card can control the B-channel of the samecard, and a maximum of seven other IPTRK circuit cards.

    Router

    Node A

    IPTRK To Node B/C

    Router

    Both Speechand Signal

    Node B

    IPTRKTo Node A/C

    IPTRK

    CPU

    Node A

    IPTRK

    CPU

    Node B

    IPTRK

    CPU

    Node C

    Both Speechand Signal

    Node C

    To Node A/B

    Router

    Both Speech and Signal

    IPTRK

    Point-to-Multipoint

    connection

    24

    AC

    IPCON

    Note

    Ethernet Cable

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    :Ethernet Cable for Both Speech and CCIS Signal

    CPU CPU

    CPU

    Intranet

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    2.3 Service Conditions

    1. To send/receive speech and CCIS signals, each node will use an IPTRK circuit card. At this time, theIPTRK circuit cards in the self-node and each of its connected node can be in either 1-to-1 ratio, or in 1-to-n (n=2 or more) relations. This is referred to as Point-to-Multipoint connection.

    2. A maximum number of two IPTRK circuit cards per UNIT are allowed. Accordingly, a total of 16 IPTRKcircuit cards can be accommodated per IMG.

    3. Only voice and FAX (G3) information can be sent/received via the IPTRK circuit card.4. An IPTRK circuit card assigned as CCH by the ACSC command is assumed as the D-channel controlling

    card. The IPTRK circuit card is used as the speech circuit card as well. It is not necessary to assign thetrunk data for a time slot as a controlling channel.

    5. An IPTRK circuit card can control the B-channels of the same card and a maximum of seven other IPTRKcircuit cards. See the following figure.

    Note 1: An IPTRK circuit card can be accommodated in the shaded slots (a maximum of two cards per UNIT). HWindicates Highway Block.

    Note 2: Be sure to assign a B-channel n the first time slot of the controlling card.

    Bch

    BchBch

    Bch

    Bch

    BchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBch

    PBX

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    .....(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)

    Bch a maxim

    um of 8 IP

    TR

    K cards

    HW0HW1

    HW2HW3

    HW4HW5

    HW6HW7

    HW8HW9

    HW10HW11

    PW

    R

    PW

    R PIM

    Port accommodation for the IPTRK circuit card is shown below. As CCIS signal channel is a logical assignment, a single time slot need not be exclusively kept by a D-channel.

    For 16-port SlotHW

    For 32-port SlotHW

    An IPTRK circuit card, assigned as CCH by the ACSC command, can control the B-channels of the card and a maximum of seven other cards.

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    : Bch (Speech)

    POWER

    Router

    Note 1

    Note 2

    ACSC

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    6. Tandem Path through function is not provided.7. This feature supports QoS (Quality of Service) function.8. When a system message indicates “TCP link failure” due to data congestion on the router or IP network,

    a call cannot be made via an IPTRK circuit card. When a call is attempted despite this, the caller hearsbusy tone.

    9. When a system message related to “TCP link failure” is created during call origination or speech, thatcall’s speech channel is automatically restored via patrol function.

    10. The following table represents CCIS features to be provided beyond the nodes.

    Table 3-1 Internode Service Features (CCIS)

    FEATURE NUMBER

    FEATURE NAME CONDITION

    A-45 Attendant Camp-On with Tone Indication - CCIS Provided

    B-9 Busy Verification - CCIS Provided

    C-44 Call Back - CCIS Provided

    C-45 Call Forwarding - All Calls - CCIS Provided

    C-46 Call Forwarding - Busy Line - CCIS Provided

    C-47 Call Forwarding - Don’t Answer - CCIS Provided

    C-50 Call Transfer - All Calls - CCIS Provided

    C-54 Call Transfer - Attendant - CCIS Provided

    C-55 Centralized Billing - CCIS Provided

    C-57 Centralized System Management Report - CCIS Provided

    D-68 Data Privacy on Demand - CCIS Provided independently

    D-71 Dial Access to Attendant - CCIS Provided

    D-74 Direct Termination - CCIS Provided

    D-75 Distinctive Ringing - CCIS Provided independently

    E-8 Executive Right of Way - CCIS Provided

    H-12 Hot Line - CCIS Provided independently

    I-17 Individual Attendant Access - CCIS Provided

    M-34 Message Reminder - CCIS Provided

    M-34D Message Reminder - Dterm - CCIS Provided

    M-35 Message Waiting Lamp Setting - Attendant - CCIS Provided

    M-36 Message Waiting Lamp Setting - Station - CCIS Provided

    N-37 Name Display - System - CCIS Provided independently

    O-11 Off-Hook Queuing - CCIS Provided

    S-52 Series Call - CCIS Provided

    S-59 Step Call - CCIS Provided

    S-73 Supervisory Call - CCIS Provided

    V-7 Voice Call - CCIS Provided

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    11. This feature does not support Broad Band Services H0/H1. Therefore, when assigning the IPTRK circuitcard routes by the ARTD command, enter BOB = 0.

    12. This feature can use link re-connection function. Service conditions are the same as those for the normalCCIS network.

    13. PAD can be provided for RECEIVE control only.14. On a conference call via IPTRK, Echo Canceller cannot be activated when using certain kinds of telephone

    sets (generally analog telephones).15. During IPTRK circuit card-related tandem connection, speech quality can become poor, or dual

    connection failure may occur. DTMF and FAX relay cannot be used.

    2.4 Data Programming

    To activate this service via the Intranet, perform the data programming as follows:

    Note: When office data is assigned/modified, be sure to initialize the IPTRK circuit card (by flipping its MB keyOFF → ON → OFF).

    STEP 1: Assignment of basic CCIS network dataReferring to the NEAX2400 IPX No. 7 CCIS System Manual, assign all the basic data (such as ASYD,ARTD, ATRK, ADPC, ACSC, ACIC1, ACIC2, MBTK, etc.), necessary for the establishment of aCCIS Tie line.When assigning this data, consider the following:

    • Enter IPTRK = 1 for B-channel route on the ARTI command.

    • For the port assignment (B-ch) of the IPTRK circuit card, see Figure 3-3.

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    Figure 3-3 Port Assignment of Bch for CCIS Tie Line

    Note 1: An IPTRK circuit card can be accommodated in the shaded slots (a maximum of two cards per UNIT). HWindicates Highway Block.

    Note 2: This example represents the port allocation when sub board PZ-8VCTB is mounted.

    Note 3: Be sure to assign a B-channel in the first time slot of the controlling IPTRK circuit card.

    • CCIS signal controlling channel is determined in accordance with the CIC numbers of speechchannel. To provide multiple interfaces for a single Point Code (activating CCIS and CCIS networkvia IP together within one network), CIC numbers and CIC Group (CICG) must be assigned on thesame interface.

    Bch

    BchBch

    Bch

    Bch

    BchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBch

    PBX

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    .....(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)

    Bch a maxim

    um of 8 IP

    TR

    K cards

    HW0HW1

    HW2HW3

    HW4HW5

    HW6HW7

    HW8HW9

    HW10HW11

    PW

    R

    PW

    R PIM

    Port accommodation for the IPTRK circuit card is shown below. All the available time slots on the controlling IPTRK circuit card can be assigned as the B-channel.

    For 16-port SlotHW

    For 32-port SlotHW

    An IPTRK circuit card, assigned as CCH by the ACSC command, can control the B-channels of the card and a maximum of seven other cards.

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    : Bch (Speech)

    Note 1

    Note 3

    Note 3

    Note 2

    POWER

    Router

    ACSC

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    Perform the following data assignment using the ACSC/ACIC2 commands.

    Figure 3-4 Example Data Assignment (ACSC/ACIC2) CCIS - CCIS Networking via IP [C-163]

    Note: This data setting is an example.

    PC=1 PC=2CCT

    IPTRK

    CCT

    IPTRK

    CCIS

    CCIS Networking via IP

    CSCG CICGCCH

    MG U G00-07 0-3 00-23

    1

    100 0 0

    2

    10 0 0

    3

    10 0 0

    4

    1

    1

    1

    1

    1

    0 0 0

    2 60 0

    2 6

    6

    0 0

    2 60 0

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    60 0

    130 (Basic/Primary

    Route)

    5

    7

    ACSC

    slot 10

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0405

    0607

    0809

    1213

    1415

    2021

    2223

    0001

    0203

    0405

    1011

    1617

    1819

    PIM 0

    IPTRK

    slot 11

    PIM 1

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0405

    0607

    0809

    1213

    1415

    2021

    2223

    0001

    0203

    0405

    1011

    1617

    1819

    CCT

    PC CICLENS

    MG U G00-07 0-3

    LV0-700-23

    1 1

    1

    0 0 0 0

    2 10 0 0

    3

    2

    2

    210 0 0 2

    ACIC2

    4 1

    1

    0 0 0

    5

    2

    10 0

    6 10 0 2

    2

    2

    2

    (Destination Point Code) 7

    7

    7

    CICG CIC Number

    0

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    998

    999

    992

    993

    994

    995

    996

    997

    ~

    ~

    ~

    ~

    ~

    ~

    ~

    ~

    IPTRK 000120CIC=1 000120

    2 0001213 000122

    CCT 002160CIC=4 002170

    5 0021716 002172 Symbols:

    IPTRK: IP TrunkCCT: Common Channel Trunk

    Note

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    RouterIntranet

    Slot 10 Slot 11

    CICG and CIC No. Relationship

    PC CICLENS

    MG U G00-07 0-3

    LV0-700-23

    1 1

    1

    0 0 0 0

    2 10 0 0

    3

    2

    2

    210 0 0 2

    ACIC2 (Point-to-Multipoint)

    4 1

    1

    0 0 0

    5

    1

    10 0

    6 10 0 2

    2

    2

    2

    (Originating Point Code) 7

    7

    7

    Nodes belonging to CCIS via IP Network cannot be connected using CCIS. However, the node (Node C) can be connectedto the other node (Node D) using CCIS. See the following example:

    POWER

    RouterIPTRK

    CCIS Networking via IP

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK Node

    B

    Intranet

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK

    Node A

    CCIS

    Not Available

    Node C

    Node DCCIS

    Available

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    • In Point-to-Multipoint connection, because it cannot be determined which destination node is to becalled until the call is originated, all of the CCIS related data is assigned for the self-node. As to theACIC1 command, the data must be assigned to all the destination nodes and also to the self-node.

    • Designate the Speech Path and Point Code to the assigned Outgoing Route Selection Patternnumber by using the AOPRL/AOPRN command (this is required for Point-to-Multipointconnection only).

    IPTRK (IP Trunk): 0/1=IP network is used/not used

    PC (Point Code): Enter the Point Code of destination node (1-16367) Note

    Note: This parameter is valid only when IPTRK=1 is selected.

    • Assign the IP address to the Point Code by using the APIPL/APIPN command (this is required forPoint-to-Multipoint connection only).

    PC (Point Code):Assign the Point Code of destination node (1-16367)

    IP Address:Assign the IP address of the destination IPTRK (maximum of 8 addresses)

    STEP 4: AGIP - Assign IP addresses of IPTRK circuit card and its connected route.LENS (Line Equipment Number): Assign the first LEN of IPTRK-accommodated HW

    blockKIND (Kind of Selection): IPTRK (CCIS)IPTK_IP (IP Address of IPTRK): IP address of the IPTRK circuit cardDG_IP (IP Address of Default Gateway): IP address of the routerNETMSK (Net Mask of IP Address): Net Mask of IP addressToS CONTROL: IP Precedence or DiffServ (either)QoS1 (QoS Data for signal route): When IP Precedence is selected, 0-7

    When DiffServ is selected, 0x00-0x3FQoS2 (QoS Data for speech Path): When IP Precedence is selected, 0-7

    When DiffServ is selected, 0x00-0x3FMULT (Kind of Multiple Connection): Point-to-MultipointDST_IP (IP Address of Destination IPTRK): IP address of the Destination Node IPTRK circuit cardIRT (Incoming Route): Incoming Route when Point-to-Multipoint connection

    is selected Note 1NETID (Network ID): Fixed to 0CSLINK_NUM (Maximum number of client/server connection):16 lineARP (Frame Type of ARP): Select DIX when the “Detail” box is checked Note 2

    Note 1: When FCCS is used, assign the Logical Route Number. Assign the Route Number otherwise.

    Note 2: RTP check box is provided for detail assignment of the following parameters, if required. Usually thedefault data of “0” is set for all parameters.

    PKGLOSS (Amount of Packet Loss): 8% (default)JIT_MAX (Maximum Jitter Buffer): 600 ms (default)JIT_MIN (Minimum Jitter Buffer): 80 ms (default)MNGS (Interval of Jitter adjustment): 5 times (default)JIT_COUNT (Interval of Jitter statistics): 1 sec (default)BASE_COUNT (Interval of Time-base correction):10 sec (default)JIT_FAST (Judging rate of fast arrived packet):100% (default)TIME_FAST (Time-base correction Judgment):50% (default)

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    Figure 3-5 Example Assignment of IP Addresses of IPTRK Circuit Card and Connected Router

    IPTRK

    bbb.bbb.bbb.bIPTRK

    aaa.aaa.aaa.a

    POWER POWER

    (1) To N

    ode B

    (2) T

    o Nod

    e C

    (1) (2)

    POWER

    IPTRK

    ccc.ccc.ccc.c

    IPTRK

    ddd.ddd.ddd.d

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0809

    1011

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2021

    2223

    0001

    0203

    slot 06/07

    070504 06

    IPTK_IP aaa.aaa.aaa.a

    DG_IP xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    MULT Point-to-Multipoint

    DST_IP ccc.ccc.ccc.c

    0405

    0607 09

    LENS Assign the 1st LEN of the IPTRK HW block

    PIM(1) To Node B

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0809

    1011

    1516

    1718

    1920

    2122

    23

    0001

    0203

    slot 10

    0705

    04 06

    IPTK_IP bbb.bbb.bbb.b

    DG_IP xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    DST_IP ddd.ddd.ddd.d

    0405

    0607 09

    LENS Assign the 1st LEN of the IPTRK HW block

    PIM

    1213

    14

    DG_IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    (2) To Node C

    Router Router Router

    Node BNode A Node C

    Intranet

    Data assignment at Node A

    Data assignment at Node A

    MULT Point-to-Multipoint

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    3. FCCS NETWORKING VIA IP [F-36]

    This feature allows the system to exchange both speech and FCCS signals via the Intranet. It is not necessary touse an FCH circuit card. To establish/release a call, the following connection patterns can be selected:

    For both speech and FCCS signal channels, an IPTRK circuit card is used. At this time, the IPTRK circuit cardsin the self-node and each of its connected node(s) must be in 1-to-1 ratio. See Section 2.4 Data Programming.

    When utilizing Point-to-Multipoint Connection for both speech and FCCS signal channels, an IPTRK circuitcard is used. At this time, the IPTRK circuit card, accommodated in the self-node, can be connected to multipledestinations (IPTRK circuit cards of multiple nodes). See Section 2.4 Data Programming.

    Figure 3-6 Overview of FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]

    Both Speech and FCCS Signal

    Intranet

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 IPXNEAX2400 IPX

    IPTRK

    Node A Node B

    Point-to-Multipoint Connection

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    • FCCS network is used via the Intranet• IPTRK: Point-to-Multipoint Connection

    POWER

    RouterPOWER

    Router

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    3.1 Required Hardware

    This feature is available by using the following hardware. As shown, both speech and FCCS signalchannels between the nodes must be provided by IPTRK circuit cards with 10 BASE-T cables.

    Figure 3-7 Example Required Hardware for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36]

    Note: An IPTRK circuit card, assigned as the FCCS signal control card by the AFCH command, can also controlthe B-channels of the same card, and also a maximum of 15 other cards. The IPTRK circuit card is usedas the speech circuit card as well.

    24

    AC

    IPCON

    FCON

    Ethernet Cable2

    AC

    IPCON (10 BASE-TConnector)

    Node A Node B

    CPR

    Node C

    Arrows indicate Point-to-Multipoint

    connection

    Router

    FCCS signal

    Both Speech/ FCCS signal

    Both Speech/ FCCS signal

    Both Speech/ FCCS signal

    Both Speech/ FCCS signal

    Both Speech/FCCS signalBoth Speech/ FCCS signal

    LANI (Slot 00/03)

    Node A

    HUB

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    To Node B

    To Node C

    Router

    FCCS signal

    (Slot 00/03)

    Node B

    HUB

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    To Node A

    To Node C

    FCCS signal

    (Slot 00/03)

    Node C

    HUB

    To Node B

    To Node A

    Router

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP TrunkLANI: LAN Interface (PZ-PC19)

    :10 BASE-T Cable (for both Speech and FCCS signal)

    :10 BASE-T Cable (for FCCS signal)

    Note

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    LANI

    HUB

    CPR

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    LANI

    CPR

    HUB

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    HUB

    HUB

    CPU

    LANI

    CPU

    Intranet

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    3.2 Required Hardware (Point-to-Multipoint Connection)

    This feature (allowing IPTRK circuit card for both speech and FCCS signal channels) is available by usingthe following hardware. Once this feature is set, each IPTRK circuit card can make a Point-to-MultipointConnection with IPTRK circuit cards of multiple nodes.

    Figure 3-8 Example Required Hardware for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] [IPTRK: Point-to-Multipoint]

    Note: An IPTRK circuit card, assigned as FCCS signal control card by the AFCH command, can control the B-channels of the same card, and also a maximum of 15 other cards. The IPTRK circuit card is used as thespeech circuit card as well.

    LANI

    CPU

    Router

    (Slot 00/03)

    Node A

    HUB

    IPTRK To Node B/C

    Router

    Both Speech/FCCS signal

    FCCS signal

    (Slot 00/03)

    Node B

    HUB

    IPTRKTo Node A/C

    IPTRK

    HUB

    CPR

    LANI

    Node A

    IPTRK

    HUB

    CPR

    LANI

    Node B

    IPTRK

    HUB

    CPR

    LANI

    Node C

    Both Speech/FCCS signal

    FCCS signal

    (Slot 00/03)

    Node C

    HUB

    To Node A/B

    Router

    Both Speech/FCCS signal

    IPTRK

    Point-to-Multipoint

    connection

    24

    AC

    IPCON

    FCON

    Note

    Ethernet Cable

    FCCS signal

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP TrunkLANI: LAN Interface (PZ-PC19)

    :10 BASE-T Cable (for both Speech and FCCS signal)

    :1 0 BASE-T Cable (for FCCS signal)

    LANI

    CPU

    LANI

    CPU

    Intranet

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    3.3 Service Conditions

    1. To send/receive voice information, each node will use an IPTRK circuit card. At this time, the IPTRKcircuit cards in the self-node and its connected node(s) can be either in 1-to-1 ratio, respectively, or in 1-to-n (n=2 or more) relations (referred to as Point-to-Multipoint connection).

    2. Be sure to use a router for connections between IP network and IPTRK circuit card.3. A maximum of two IPTRK circuit cards per UNIT are allowed. Accordingly, a total of 16 IPTRK circuit

    cards can be accommodated per IMG.4. Only voice and FAX (G3) information can be sent/received via IPTRK circuit card.5. A call cannot be established/routed across multiple IP networks. See the following figure.

    6. When multiple IPTRK circuit cards are used for node-to-node connection and all the lines on an IPTRKare busy, alternate routes are available (see the figure below). However, if a router cannot be used, all therelated IPTRK routes are made unavailable.

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Node A

    Routing: NG

    Routing: OK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Node B

    IP Network #1

    IP Network #2

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Node A

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Node B

    Intranet

    IPTRK

    Node A

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    Node B

    Alternate Routing: OK

    As shown, when multiple IPTRK circuit cards exist, alternate routes are available:

    Alternate Routing: OK

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    Intranet

    Intranet

    BUSY BUSY

    IPTRK

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    7. For Point-to-Multipoint connection, one IPTRK circuit card (assigned as FCCS signal controlling card bythe AFCH command), can control the B-channels of the same card, and also a maximum of 15 otherIPTRK circuit cards. It is not necessary to assign the trunk data for a time slot as a controlling channel.Seethe following figure.

    Note 1: The IPTRK circuit card can be accommodated in the shaded slots (a maximum of two cards per UNIT).HW indicates Highway Block.

    Note 2: Be sure to assign a B-channel in the first time slot of the controlling IPTRK circuit card.8. During IPTRK circuit card-related tandem connection, speech quality can become poor, or dual

    connection failure may occur. DTMF and FAX relay cannot be used.9. Any service that is not available for the FCCS network, is not available utilizing this service.10. This feature supports QoS (Quality of Service) function.11. When a system message indicates “TCP link failure” due to data congestion on the router or IP network,

    a call cannot be made via an IPTRK circuit card. When a call is attempted despite this, the caller hearsbusy tone.

    12. When a system message, related to “TCP link failure”, is created during call origination or speech, thatcall’s speech channel is automatically restored via patrol function.

    Bch

    BchBch

    Bch

    Bch

    BchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBchBchBchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBchBch

    BchBch

    BchBch

    PBX

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    .....(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)(m

    ax. 16 ports)

    Bch a maxim

    um of 8 IP

    TR

    K cards

    HW0HW1

    HW2HW3

    HW4HW5

    HW6HW7

    HW8HW9

    HW10HW11

    PW

    R

    PW

    R PIM

    When the connection is Point-to-Multipoint, port accommodation for the IPTRK circuit card is shown below. All the available time slots on the controlling IPTRK circuit card can be assigned as the B-channel.

    For 16-port SlotHW

    For 32-port SlotHW

    An IPTRK circuit card, assigned as the FCCS signal controlling card by the AFCH command, can control the B-channels of the card and a maximum of 15 other cards.

    Intranet

    Symbols:IPTRK: IP Trunk

    : Bch (Speech)

    POWER

    Router

    Note 1

    Note 2

    AFCH

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    13. When all lines of an IPTRK circuit card are busy, alternate routing to C.O. line or Tie line is available.Details on alternate routing patterns are shown in the table below:

    14. PAD can be provided for RECEIVE control only.15. This feature does not support Broad Band Services H0, H1 of ISDN/CCIS line. This feature supports 1B

    only.16. This feature does not support any OAI/ACD services.17. Depending to the firmware version of the IPTRK circuit card, the following system data assignment is

    required. The system data varies depending on the combination of the main PBX software version and theIPTRK firmware.ASYDL, SYS 1, Index 527, b6: 0=PA-8IPTB (SW-404 IPTRK PROG-C) is used

    1=PA-8IPTB (SW-390 IPTRK PROG-B) is used

    3.4 Data Programming

    To allow FCCS networking via IP [F-36] service, perform the data programming as follows:

    ASYDL → ACRD → ACTK → MBCT → AFCH → AETH → ACAN → AFRT → AGIP

    Note: When office data is assigned/modified, be sure to initialize the IPTRK circuit card (by flipping its MB keyOFF → ON → OFF).

    STEP 1: ASYDL - Provided that the IPTRK circuit card is equipped in the node within the FCCS network,NDM data broadcasting is not to be executed. Therefore, when the IPTRK circuit card is used in theFCCS network, perform the following data assignment at the Network Control Node (NCN).SYS1, INDEX 534, b7=1 (NDM data individual broadcasting from NCN to each LN)

    Table 3-2 Alternate Routing to be Provided/Not Provided (FCCS Networking via IP [F-36])

    FROM FCCS NETWORKING VIA IP (POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT)

    TO FCCS NETWORKING VIA IP (POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT)

    Analog C.O. line Not Available Not Available

    Analog Tie line × Not Available

    CCIS × Not Available

    ISDN × (via Sub Address-Addressing only) Not Available

    Dp Channel × Not Available

    FCCS network over Intranet(via DTI)

    × ×

    FCCS network via ISW(IPX-U)

    × ×

    FCCS Networking via IP (Point-to-Multipoint)

    × ×

    CCIS Networking via IP (Point-to-Multipoint)

    × Not Available

    Table 3-3 PBX Software/IPTRK Circuit Card Firmware

    PA-8IPTB SW-390 IPTRK PROG-B (NR-575835-000) Assign the data to 1

    PA-8IPTB SW-404 IPTRK PROG-C (NR-577024-000) or later version Assign the data to 0

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    STEP 2: ACRD - Assign Route Class Data of speech routes. It is not required to assign the signal route data.IPTRK circuit card assigned by the AFCH command is used as the FCCS signal channel controllingcard. An example data assignment is shown in the following figure.

    Figure 3-9 Example Data Assignment (ACRD)

    Note 1: This CDN, TC/EC is used for setting Echo Canceller. Assignment is 0=Echo Canceller OFF, 1=EchoCanceller ON.

    Note 2: This data setting is an example.

    Speech Speech Signal

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    FGH

    TF

    TCL

    RLP

    SMDR

    LSG

    PAD

    TRKS

    TC/EC

    FINT

    FPEG

    TC

    MTC

    STSEQ

    MMN

    16 LKIND

    17 IPLYR

    18 IPTRK

    C_RT

    3

    4

    2

    0

    12

    0 (1)

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    3

    0

    1

    2

    3

    4

    2

    0

    12

    0 (1)

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    3

    0

    1

    1CDN

    TypeNode A

    HUB

    IPTRK

    Router

    (speech)C_RT2

    (speech)C_RT1

    IPTRK

    to CPU

    ACRD: Speech Route (LSG=12, FGH=0, LKIND=3, IPTRK=1)

    13

    3

    4

    2

    0

    13

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1

    (FCCS Signal)RT 13

    Note 1

    Note 2

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    STEP 3: ACTK - Assign the connection trunk data of IPTRK circuit card. It is not required to assign the trunkdata for D-channel. An example data assignment is shown in the following figure.

    Figure 3-10 Example Data Assignment (ACTK)

    Note 1: When the IPTRK circuit card is furnished without a sub board (PZ-8VCTB), only LV0-LV7 of Group 04are used.

    Note 2: When the IPTRK circuit card is furnished without a sub board (PZ-8VCTB), only LV0-LV7 of Group 12are used.

    Note 3: Be sure to assign a speech channel to the first port of the IPTRK circuit card controlling FCCS signal.STEP 4: MBCT - Unbusy the connection trunk data assigned in the previous step, by using the MBCT

    command.

    1 3

    1 4

    1 5

    1 6

    1 3

    1 4

    1 5

    1 6

    C_RT C_TKC_LENS

    (1-1023) (1-4095) MG U G L00-07 0-3 00-23 0-7

    1 01 0 40 0 0

    1 12 0 40 0 0

    1 23 0 40 0 0

    1 50 50 0 0

    1 60 50 0 0

    1 40 50 0 0

    1 70 50 0 0

    2 0 1 1 20 0 0

    2 1 2 1 20 0 0

    2 2 3 1 20 0 0

    2 3 4 1 20 0 0

    1 34 0 40 0 0

    2 41 30 0 0

    2 51 30 0 0

    2 61 30 0 0

    2 71 30 0 0

    IPT

    RK

    (C_R

    T 1 =

    Speech)

    IPT

    RK

    (C_R

    T 2 =

    Speech)

    PW

    R

    PW

    R

    slot 07 slot 10

    PW

    R

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0405

    0607

    0809

    1213

    1415

    2021

    2223

    0001

    0203

    0405

    0607

    0809

    1011

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2021

    2223

    slot 06/07 slot 10

    IPTRK (C_RT1 [speech]), RT 13 [FCCS Signal]

    IPTRK (C_RT2 [speech])

    Note 1

    LV0

    LV7

    G04 G05

    Note 2

    LV0

    LV7

    G12 G13

    ......

    ......

    ......

    ......

    ......

    ......

    .....

    .....

    ......

    .....

    ......

    .....

    1011

    1617

    1819

    (Speech) C_RT1

    (Speech) C_RT2

    When IPTRK circuit cards are mounted in the following slots with the specified RT numbers, data setting is as follows:

    IPT

    RK

    (RT

    13 = F

    CC

    S S

    ignal)

    SignalRT 13

    Note 3

    Note 3

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    STEP 5: AFCH - Assign FCH number (FCHN) to each IPTRK circuit card which is used as the FCCS signalcontrolling card.

    Figure 3-11 Example Assignment of FCHN

    Note: This setting is an example.

    FCHN

    1

    FCHEN000040

    AFCH command display

    Note

    Node A

    HUB

    IPTRK

    Router

    (Speech and FCCS Signal)C_RT2

    (speech and FCCS Signal)C_RT1

    IPTRK

    to CPU

    FCHN = 1 FCHEN = 000040

    In this example, FCHN = 1 is assigned to the IPTRK circuit card controlling FCCS signal.

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    STEP 6: AETH - Assign the following data:FPC (Fusion Point Code): FPC number (1-253) of the Destination NodeFCHN (FCH Number): FCH Number, specified in Step 5C_RT (Connection Route): Connection Route Number of speech channel (1-1023)DST_IP (Destination IP Address): IPTRK IP address of the Destination NodeNEXT_IP (Next IP Address): IPTRK IP address of the Destination NodeExample data assignment is shown in the following figure, and the Example Data Sheets (Figure 3-15through Figure 3-19) at the end of CHAPTER 3.

    Figure 3-12 Example Assignment of Destination IP and Next IP (AETH)

    Note: A maximum of eight routes are available.

    POWER

    POWER

    POWER

    Router Router

    IPTRK

    aaa.aaa.aaa.a bbb.bbb.bbb.b ccc.ccc.ccc.c

    Destination information embedded in the packet

    NEXT_I

    P

    DST_IP

    bbb.bbb

    .bbb.b

    ccc.ccc

    .ccc.c

    NEXT_IP

    DST_IP

    bbb.bbb.bb

    b.b

    bbb.bbb.bb

    b.b

    NEXT_IP

    DST_IP

    ccc.ccc.ccc.cccc.ccc.ccc.c

    Node A Node B Node C

    FPC=10 FPC=12FPC=11

    Router

    (1) To FPC

    11

    (2) To

    FPC 12

    (1) (2)

    FPC

    C_RT

    FCHN(FCH Number)

    DST_IP

    NEXT_IP

    1 2CNT

    bbb.bbb.bbb.b

    1

    1

    bbb.bbb.bbb.b

    11

    (1): Connection between FPC 10 and 11

    NoteFPC

    C_RT

    FCHN(FCH Number)

    DST_IP

    NEXT_IP

    1 2CNT

    bbb.bbb.bbb.b

    2

    1

    ccc.ccc.ccc.c

    12

    (2): Connection between FPC 10 and 12

    Note

    IPTRK IPTRK

    Intranet

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    STEP 7: ACAN - Assign the Fusion Connection Index Code (FCIC) to Self node FPC:FPC (Fusion Point Code): FPC number (1 - 253) of the Self nodeFCIC (Fusion Connection Index Code): Unique Fusion CICs in Self nodeC_LENS (Connection_LENS): IPTRK LENS data (speech channel data) specified in Step 3Example data assignment is shown in Figure 3-13.

    STEP 8: AFRT - Set Connection Route Numbers of the speech channels for the FCHN, which was assigned inStep 5.FCHN (FCH Number): FCHN, specified in Step 5C_RT (Connection Route): Connection Route of the speech channels, specified in Step 2Example data assignment is shown in the following figure.

    Figure 3-13 Example Data Assignment (ACAN/AFRT)

    Note 1: This setting is an example.

    Note 2: A maximum of eight C_RT can be programmed.

    FCHN

    CNT

    1

    2

    1

    3

    1

    2

    C_RT

    AFRT command parameters

    Note 1

    Note 2

    assigned in Step 5

    ACAN command parameters

    Note 1Note 1

    FPC

    FCIC

    10

    17

    C_LENS

    000120

    (Self Node)

    FPC

    FCIC

    10

    1

    C_LENS

    000040

    C_RT1 (Speech)

    ..... Bch

    .....

    FCIC1: 000041FCIC2: 000042FCIC3: 000043

    FCIC16: 000057

    C_RT2 (Speech)

    .....

    .....Bch

    FCIC17: 000120FCIC18: 000121FCIC19: 000122

    FCIC32: 000137

    FPC 10

    HUB

    IPTRK

    Router

    FCCS signal (logical assignment)

    IPTRK

    to CPU

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    STEP 9: AGIP - Assign IP addresses of IPTRK circuit card and its connected route.LENS (Line Equipment Number): Assign the first LEN of IPTRK-accommodated

    HW blockKIND (Kind of Selection): IPTRK (FCCS)IPTK_IP (IP Address of IPTRK): IP address of the IPTRK circuit cardDG_IP (IP Address of Default Gateway): IP address of the routerNETMSK (Net Mask of IP Address): Net Mask of IP addressToS CONTROL: IP Precedence or DiffServ (either)QoS1 (QoS Data for signal route): When IP Precedence is selected, 0-7

    When DiffServ is selected, 0x00-0x3FQoS2 (QoS Data for speech Path): When IP Precedence is selected, 0-7

    When DiffServ is selected, 0x00-0x3FMULT (Kind of Multiple Connection): Point-to-Multipoint Note 1NETID (Network ID): Fixed to 0CSLINK_NUM (Maximum number of client/server connection): 16 lineARP (Frame Type of ARP): Select DIX when the “Detail” box is checked

    Note 2

    Note 1: Be sure to select “Point-to-Mult”.

    Note 2: RTP check box is provided for detail assignment of the following parameters, if required. Usually thedefault data of “0” is set for all parameters.

    PKGLOSS (Amount of Packet Loss): 8% (default)JIT_MAX (Maximum Jitter Buffer): 600 ms (default)JIT_MIN (Minimum Jitter Buffer): 80 ms (default)MNGS (Interval of Jitter adjustment): 5 times (default)JIT_COUNT (Interval of Jitter statistics): 1 sec (default)BASE_COUNT (Interval of Time-base correction): 10 sec (default)JIT_FAST (Judging rate of fast arrived packet): 100% (default)TIME_FAST (Time-base correction Judgment): 50% (default)

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    Figure 3-14 Example Assignment of IP Addresses of IPTRK Circuit Card and Connected Router

    IPTRK

    rrr.rrr.rrr.r

    IPTRKqqq.qqq.qqq.q

    Node A

    POWER POWER

    RouterRouter

    (1) To N

    ode B

    (2) T

    o Nod

    e C

    (1) (2)

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK

    sss.sss.sss.s

    Node B

    IPTRK

    ttt.ttt.ttt.t

    Node C

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0809

    1011

    1213

    1415

    1617

    1819

    2021

    2223

    0001

    0203

    slot 06/07

    070504 06

    IPTK_IP qqq.qqq.qqq.q

    DG_IP xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    MULT Point to Mult

    0405

    0607 09

    IPTENAssign the 1st LEN of the IPTRK HW block

    PIM(1) To Node B

    PW

    R

    0001

    0203

    0809

    1011

    1516

    1718

    1920

    2122

    23

    0001

    0203

    slot 10

    070504 06

    IPTK_IP rrr.rrr.rrr.r

    DG_IP xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    MULT Point to Mult

    0405

    0607 09

    IPTENAssign the 1st LEN of the IPTRK HW block

    PIM

    1213

    14

    DG_IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.x

    (2) To Node C

    Intranet

    Data Assignment at Node A

    Data Assignment at Node A

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    3.4.1 FCCS Routing Example Data Sheets

    This figure represent example data for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] (Point-to-Multipoint).

    Figure 3-15 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] [Point-to-Multipoint Connection] Example Data Sheet 1

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 1

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.20FCHN: 10

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.21FCHN: Not assigned for this IP trunk

    IP Address:10.40.221.254

    POWER

    Router Intranet

    IP Address:10.40.222.254

    POWER

    Router

    IP Address:10.40.223.254

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 2

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.222.20FCHN: 20

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 FPC 3

    C_RT: 200IP Address: 10.40.223.20FCHN: 30

    Symbols:: IP trunk accommodating speech channels only

    : IP trunk accommodating speech and control channels

    Example Routing Information Assignment by AETH:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 2: FPC=1, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 3: FPC=1, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=2, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

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    This figure represent example data for FCCS Networking via IP [F-36].

    Figure 3-16 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] Example Data Sheet 2

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 1

    IPTRK

    IPTRK

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.20FCHN: 10

    C_RT: 101IP Address: 10.40.221.21FCHN: 11

    IP Address:10.40.221.254

    POWER

    Router

    IP Address:10.40.222.254

    POWER

    Router

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 2

    C_RT: 150IP Address: 10.40.222.20FCHN: 20

    IPTRK

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 3

    C_RT: 200IP Address: 10.40.223.20FCHN: 30

    Symbols::: IP trunk accommodating speech and control channels

    Example Routing Information Assignment by AETH:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=11, C_RT=101, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 2: FPC=1, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20FPC 3: FPC=1, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.21

    IP Address:10.40.223.254

    POWER

    Router

    Intranet

    Point-to-Multipoint

    Point-to-Multipoint

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    This figure represent example data when ASPC and AETH commands are required for an identical FPCat the tandem node.

    Figure 3-17 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] and FCH FCCS Networking (both ASPC and AETH commands) Example Data Sheet 3

    Note: Provided that both FCCS Networking via IP and FCH FCCS Networking are configured, it depends on thesetting of the P_ROUTE parameter, which routing takes precedence. To take priority for FCCSNetworking via IP routing, assign data “1” to the P_ROUTE parameter.

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 1

    POWER

    Router

    Intranet

    IPTRK

    FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 50

    FCHN: 1

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 2

    POWER

    Router IPTRK

    FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 70

    FCHN: 3 FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 60

    FCHN: 2

    Tande m

    Node

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 3

    POWER

    Router IPTRK

    FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 80

    FCHN: 4

    C_RT: 200IP Address: 10.40.223.20FCHN: 30

    Example Routing Information Assignment by AFPC and AETH:AFPC:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=50, FCHN=1

    FPC=3, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=50, FCHN=1FPC 2: FPC=1, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=60, FCHN=2

    FPC=3, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=70, FCHN=3FPC 3: FPC=1, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=80, FCHN=4

    FPC=2, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0/1, C_RT=80, FCHN=4AETH:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 2: FPC=1, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 3: FPC=1, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=2, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.20FCHN: 10

    C_RT: 150IP Address: 10.40.222.20FCHN: 20

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    This figure represent example data when FCCS routing data is not assigned by using the AFPCcommand. Be sure to assign the following dummy data when using this configuration.

    Figure 3-18 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] - FCCS Network via IP Tandem Connection(AFPC Dummy Data) Example Data Sheet 4

    Note: Be sure to assign dummy data.

    POWER

    Router

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 2

    IPTRK

    Tand em

    Nod e

    C_RT: 150IP Address: 10.40.222.20FCHN: 20

    POWER

    Router IPTRK

    C_RT: 151IP Address: 10.40.222.21FCHN: 21

    Use different FCHN for passing through the node

    Intranet

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 1

    POWER

    Router

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 3

    POWER

    Router IPTRK

    IPTRK

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.20FCHN: 10

    C_RT: 200IP Address: 10.40.223.20FCHN: 30

    Example Routing Information Assignment by AFPC and AETH:AFPC:FPC 1: NoneFPC 2: FPC=1, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=1, C_RT=150, FCHN=20 Note

    FPC=3, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=1, C_RT=151, FCHN=21 NoteFPC 3: None

    AETH:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20FPC 2: FPC=1, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=21, C_RT=151, DST_IP=10.40.223.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.223.20FPC 3: FPC=1, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.222.21, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.21

    FPC=2, FCHN=30, C_RT=200, DST_IP=10.40.222.21, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.21

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    This figure represent example data when AFPC and AETH commands are required for an identical FPCat the tandem node.

    Figure 3-19 FCCS Networking via IP [F-36] and FCH FCCS Networking (AFPC or AETH commands)Example Data Sheet 5

    Note: Be sure to assign dummy data.

    POWER

    Router IPTRK

    FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 70

    FCHN: 3

    C_RT: 150IP Address: 10.40.222.20FCHN: 20

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 2

    Tand em

    Nod e

    Intranet

    POWER

    Router

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 1

    IPTRK

    C_RT: 100IP Address: 10.40.221.20FCHN: 10

    NEAX2400 IPX FPC 3

    FCH

    DTI

    C_RT: 80

    FCHN: 4

    Example Routing Information Assignment by AFPC and AETH:AFPC:FPC 1: NoneFPC 2: FPC=1, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=1, C_RT=150, FCHN=20 Note

    FPC=3, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0, C_RT=70, FCHN=3FPC 3: FPC=1, FCCH=1, P_ROUTE=0, C_RT=80, FCHN=4

    FPC=2, FCCH=1, P_ROUTET=0, C_RT=80, FCHN=4AETH:FPC 1: FPC=2, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=10, C_RT=100, DST_IP=10.40.222.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.222.20FPC 2: FPC=1, FCHN=20, C_RT=150, DST_IP=10.40.221.20, NEXT_IP=10.40.221.20

    FPC=3, FCHN=3, C_RT=70, DST_IP=0.0.0.0, NEXT_IP=0.0.0.0 NoteFPC 3: None

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    CHAPTER 4 OPERATION TESTS AFTER INSTALLATION

    1. GENERAL

    This chapter explains the procedure to verify the normal operation of the IPTRK circuitcard, when installation and necessary data setting have been completed. This chapter alsoexplains the procedures to test and correct possible IPTRK circuit card-related faults.

    2. CCIS NETWORKING VIA IP [C-163]/VOICE OVER IP (H.323)

    When using the H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A) as a signaling interface for Voice over IP (H.323), perform thefollowing circuit card operation tests. If necessary, perform fault repairs.

    Caution:Some LSIs on this circuit card may be hot. Handle with care.

    1. Test of OPE lamp on IPTRK circuit card: Note

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    a.) See if the OPE lamp on the IPTRK circuit card Note is lighting green. This lamp lights if thecircuit card is operating normally.

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    b.) When the OPE lamp is OFF, initialize the circuit card, or perform the insertion/extraction of thecircuit card once or twice. If the lamp still does not light, replace the circuit card.

    Figure 4-1 Lamps to be Tested (CCIS Networking via IP [C-163])

    ATTENTIONContentsStatic SensitiveHandlingPrecautions Required

    SUBOPE3SUBOPE2

    BUSY

    L3L2L1

    IP-TXRXIP-100M

    F-TXRXF-100M

    F-LRRF-LINKF-COL

    MODE

    IPCON

    FCON

    MB

    MBR

    Not Used

    Not Used

    Not Used Not Used

    OPEIs IPTRK card

    IP-LRR Is IP network available

    for connection?

    IP-LINK Is IPTRK-IP network link

    physically established?

    SUBOPE1Is appropriate data assigned on GK?

    IP-COL

    IPTRK Circuit Card (H.323 Handler/

    (H.323 Handler)operating normally?

    PA-8IPTB-A)

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    1. Test of IP-LINK lamp on IPTRK circuit card: Note

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    a.) See if the IP-LINK lamp on the IPTRK circuit card Note is lighting green.This lamp will light if the circuit card is physically connected to the IPnetwork.

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    b.) When the IP-LINK lamp is OFF, make sure that the Ethernet cable is securelyconnected to the IPCON connector. Make sure that neither the Ethernet cable nor the router arefaulty. If necessary, replace the Ethernet cable.

    2. Test of SUBOPE1 lamp on IPTRK circuit card Note:

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    a.) See if the SUBOPE1 lamp on the IPTRK circuit card Note is lighting green. This lamp will lightwhen the appropriate data has been assigned on the Gate Keeper (GK) side.

    Note: H.323 Handler (PA-8IPTB-A).

    b.) When the SUBOPE1 lamp is OFF, make sure that the related office data is correctly assigned onboth the PBX side and the Gate Keeper (GK) side.

    3. Test of IP-LRR lamp on IPTRK circu