How to monitor V5 protocol over E1 interface
Monitoring the V5 protocol (V5.1 or V5.2) over an E1 interface allows to display the links
carried over 2
Connecting the unit
The Clarinet Book USB E1/T1 uses the both A and B ports for
monitoring the both T and R directions.
The Clarinet-Book can be connected to the E1 interface in:
The Clarinet-Book can be connected to the T1 interface in:
Setting the test conditions to monitor one single E1 Link
A new profile can be created with the Wizard from the Template list by
- Profile->New->V5.....See: building.
- Profile with a description including V5, Monitor, PH=
- Filter with a description including SL= DL V5
Profile resulting from the wizard is ready for V5 monitoring in the TS 16 and
Events of TS15 are displayed with TS/RS attribute, TS16 with TD/RD attribute.
Optional modifications to apply to the profile:
- E1 options:
CRC4 multi-frame is normally used over V5 (selected by default )
it if not used (Interface SpecsèLinkèOptions).
Saving the profile under a new name:
Running the profile
To launch the profile:
- Select Profile->Run or click over
. It allows to select the name of profile. See Running
- The windows of the Event-Editor is automatically opened.
To stop the profile
- Click over
- The window of the Event-Editor is automatically close
Setting the test conditions to monitor two E1 Links
Following the edition of the profile from the Template duplicate the
- Locate the cursor over the tab "Clarinet 1"
over an area trigging the "copy" indication
- Right click over "Copy"
- Select the tab "No Clarinet" and select "Clarinet
2" in "Interface"
- Locate the cursor over the tab "Clarinet 2"
over an area triggering the "copy" indication
- Right click over "Paste"
- Save the profile under a new name by "Save as"
Profile is ready for monitoring simultaneously TS 16 and TS15 on the both
Troubleshooting over E1
- No messages displayed on the Event-Editor windows. Check if the Alarms
line have an indication such as '
-+ FL' or '++FL' meaning that no
signal is detected.
- The protocol messages are displayed on the wrong directions: the E1
pair connected to the A and B port are the reverse side.