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-ELETTRONICA
/TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE
USER MANUAL
Additional Manual for
TEX-LCD series and TEX-LIGHT series
BROADCAST EQUIPMENT
Manufactured by R.V.R ELETTRONICA S.p.A. Italy
Version:
1.1
Date:
21/06/2014
Revision History Date
Version 15/04/2011 1.0 21/06/2014 1.1
Reason
First edition Expansion of functional description
Editor J. H. Berti J. H. Berti
/TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE - User Manual Version 1.1
© Copyright 2011 - 2014 R.V.R. Elettronica SpA Via del Fonditore 2/20 - 40138 - Bologna (Italia) Phone: +39 051 6010506 Fax:
+39 051 6011104 Email: info@rvr.it Web: http://www.rvr.it
All rights reserved Printed and bound in Italy. No part of this manual may be reproduced, memorized or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanic, including photocopying, recording or by any informa tion storage and retrieval system, without written permission of the copyright owner.
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Table of Contents
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1. /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE Option 1.1 Preparation 1.2 First Power-On and Set-Up 1.3 Web User Interface (WUI)
Connection via Modem 2.1 Remote alarm monitoring 2.3 Telemetry 2.4 Remote control
Configurations of Transmitter System 3.1. Configuration of Transmitter
4. SNMP Telemetry 4.1 Reading of the Measures (Read) 4.2 Settings of the Measures (Write) 4.3 Settings of the TRAP 4.4 Sending of the TRAP
5. Connecting to Internet network
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1. /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE Option
1.1 Preparation
1.1.1 Preliminary checks
Provide for the following (applicable to operating tests and putting into service): V Connection cable kit including:
• Ethernet cable (cable with RJ45 connector, not included) for connection to
ADSL router or LAN network;
or
Crossover Ethernet cable (cable with RJ45 connector, not included) for direct connection to PC.
1.1.2
Connections
Connect the LAN output of /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE option to the appropriate input of your ADSL router or LAN network. If the connecting device is different, identify an equivalent.
Note : If you intend to connect it directly to a PC, it is necessary to use a crossover ethernet cable. This is a basic prerequisite to ensure equipment correct operation.
1.1.3
Dip Switch configuration
Dip Switch1
Figure 1.1: Dip Switch
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1 2 3 4 5 6
x x | x | x | x | x
7 8 x x
Config TX Not used 1
Table 1.2: Dip Switch
Dip Switch, from position 8 to position 6 (CONFIG TX), is to set as binary number based on the configuration number to which reference is made (for example the
configuration 3 is equal to 110, or the configuration 6 is equal to 011).
Note: for insights on possible configurations, and on right setting of dip switch, read the chapter on Configurations present in the following manual.
1.1.3.1
TIC addresses relating to configurations of transmitter
adr Config 01 Config 02 Config 03 Config 04 Config 05 Config 06
TEX#1 HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1 1 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1.
| 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
3 4 5 6 7
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Table 1.3: IIC address of equipment connected to telemetry
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1.2 First Power-On and Set-Up
Perform this procedure upon first power-up and each time you make changes to the configuration this component is integrated into.
Once all connections previously described are performed, the equipment is ready for commissioning.
Follow the procedure below to open the WUI (Web User Interface): 1) Open your web browser on your PC, and connect to http://192.168.0.244
; to connect to the WUI (if LAN IP address was previously modified, it is necessary to use the new one). At this point the following page opens:
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Company Information:
RVR Elettronica broadcasting equipment since 1979 RVR Elettronica was founded in 1979 to manufacture Telecommunication and F.M. Broadcast equipment.
Menu selection
Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
During these years RVR Elettronica has formed an established group of companies composed of more than 200 professional figures, consolidating its leader position in the FM worldwide market.
The name of RVR has become synonymous of tradition, innovation, quality and reliability.
RVR is constantly engaged in guaranteeing the complete satisfaction of its customers.
In order to reach this target, RVR can count on a detailed sales organization supported by la qualified technical team.
Besides RVR has a complete and innovative product range that allows advanced and customized production,
Administration:
General Command Alarm Delete Password Network Mail
SNMP
RVR uses an efficient quality control system to guarantee reliable products,
and supports its customers with technical and commercial activities and training courses through its efficient after-sales service.
To learn more about our complete line of broadcast equipment, visit the internet site.
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iPhone
Menu 1 By factory the RVR uses the following adjustments:
IP address:
192.168.0.244 Netmask address: 255.255.255.0 Gateway address: 192.168.0.1
Note : If address http://192.168.0.244 does not work, check and set IP address as 192.168.0.XXX (where XXX is a figure between 0 and 255, excluding 244 that is /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE option default address). To change the IP address, follow the instructions in the manual or in the online guide and technical help, specific for the Operating System you use. 2) If you have changed the access mode , enter the User Name and Password
previously saved. Enter your credentials to log on as administrator, or maintenance, and then click OK on the item..
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Note : The username to log in as a maintenance is user, while the user name to log in as administrator is admin. The user names are not modifiable by the user.
Connetti a 192.168.0.244
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Il server 192.168.0.244 all'indirizzo config richiede un nome utente e una password.
Nome utente:
Password:
Memorizza password
OK
1
Annulla
Menu 2
Note : Log in as maintenance enables only readings inside the WUI. If the administrator password is not set, you can not enable the maintenance password.
3) Now the interface is ready to remotely read data and modify the various settings
of the equipment.
1.3 Web User Interface (WUI)
The WUI (Web User Interface) allows you to adjust, modify or display the configuration variables and the operation data.
Once logged in, you will see the Main Menu that shows the possible selections.
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Company Information:
RVR Elettronica broadcasting equipment since 1979 RVR Elettronica was founded in 1979 to manufacture Telecommunication and F.M. Broadcast equipment.
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
During these years RVR Elettronica has formed an established group of companies composed of more than 200 professional figures, consolidating its leader position in the FM worldwide market.
The name of RVR has become synonymous of tradition, innovation, quality and reliability.
RVR is constantly engaged in guaranteeing the complete satisfaction of its customers.
In order to reach this target, RVR can count on a detailed sales organization supported by la qualified technical team.
Besides RVR has a complete and innovative product range that allows advanced and customized production.
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RVR uses an efficient quality control system to guarantee reliable products,
and supports its customers with technical and commercial activities and training courses through its efficient after-sales service.
To learn more about our complete line of broadcast equipment, visit the internet site.
Web Interface Tested with:
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iPhone
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The image shows the Main Menu logging in normally. If you log in without administrative privileges, and then only as a maintainer, in the WUI will be available only the readings.
The page that appears is divided into three frames: 1) Title: it has the RVR logo and an identification of the current page
displayed. It is located on the top of the page. If you still want return to the Main Menu, simply click on the RVR logo sited in
all the submenus on top left.
2) Navigation menu: it allows you to select the page to display.
To enter into a submenu, select the name and then click on the item to enter. 3) Body: area where the page displays information about the selected menu.
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1.3.1 Info Menu - Maintenance
Values found here are "live readings”, and as such they can not be modified. To change the settings, use the General menu (chap. 1.3.5) by logging in as administrator.
This page shows the user the data of the exciter connected to the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface:
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Web Sofware Release:
TCP2-010200
06/12/2010
Web Sofware Date:
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
22/2/2011
Device Date: Device Time:
16:12
Local Date: Local Time:
22/2/2011 16:14
Station Name:
Test
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Menu 4
WEB Software Release
Shows the release of WEB firmware. WEB Software Date
Shows the date of issue of WEB firmware.
Device Date
Shows the day stored on the exciter (dd/MM/yyyy).
Device Time
Shows the time stored on the exciter (hh:mm).
Local Date
Shows the day stored in your browser device (dd/MM/yyyy).
Local Time
Shows the time stored in your browser device (hh:mm).
Station Name
Shows the ID name of transmitting station.
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1.3.2 Measure Menu - Maintenance
Values found here are "live readings", and as such they can not be modified. To change the settings, use the Command Menu (chap. 1.3.6) by logging in as administrator.
The upper part allows you to enable or disable the Auto-refresh by clicking on the relevant box. With Auto-refresh enabled the measures are taken every 3 seconds (“Get Data ..") and gave available in a legible form by the current page ("Ready'). With Auto-refresh disabled the measures are frozen ("Stopped”) at the time when you uncheck the box and gave available in a legible form by the current page.
This page shows the user the data of the exciter connected to the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface:
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Get data...
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CMD LOW
Forward Pwr Reflected Pwr Temperature
7W
OW
29 C
NOM Power LOW Power
Not Allowed 101 % 35 %
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Alarm List Password
99 MHz
Freq. Mod.
Mod. L
O KHz Ο KHz Ο KHz
Mod. R
Present
PLL Lock Audio Alarm
Foldback
Present
Absent
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Ext R.F. Mute
Absent
Present
ACK ON Ack OFF
Absent
Ack Nom
Absent
Present
Ack Low FAULT Mains CMD ON CMD OFF CMD NOM
Absent
Not Allowed Not Allowed Not Allowed
Menu 5
Forward Power
Shows forward power of exciter. Reflected Power
Shows reflected power of exciter.
Temperature
Shows internal temperature reading of equipment.
Freq.
Shows operating frequency of exciter.
Mod.
Shows modulation of exciter.
Mod.
Shows modulation on left channel of exciter.
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Mod. R
Shows modulation on right channel of exciter. PLL LOCK
Shows the lock status at frequency set by PLL.
Audio Alarm
Shows the status of an impasse due to excessive SWR. Foldback
Shows the triggered status of the foldback function (automatic reduction
of output power). Ext R.F. Mute
Shows the status of power inhibition by an interlock signal.
Ack ON
Shows the power on status of the exciter.
Ack OFF
Shows the power off status of the exciter. Ack Nom
Shows the delivery status of fixed nominal power.
Ack LOW
Shows the delivery status of fixed reduced power. FAULT Mains
Shows the status of alarm conditions that affect the proper functioning.
CMD ON
Not Used.
CMD OFF
Not Used CMD Nom
Not Used.
CMD LOW
Not Used.
NOM Power
Shows the efficiency about the adjustment of nominal power.
LOW Power
Shows the efficiency about the adjustment of reduced power.
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1.3.3 Alarm List Menu - Maintenance
Values found here are "live readings”, and as such they can not be modified. To change the settings, use the Alarm Delete Menu (chap. 1.3.7) by logging in as administrator.
This page shows the user the data of the exciter connected to the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface:
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TYPE
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نيا
د ن
Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
Ready! NAME
Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Low Forward power Low Forward power
TIME 16:8 16:7 10:21 10:20 9:22 9:22 18:30
د
ن
DATE 22/2/2011 22/2/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011
VALUE 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
د
نيا
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18:29
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17:41 17:27
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Type
Shows the alarm code.
Name
Time
Shows the description for the error that led to event recording. Shows event recording time (hh:mm). Shows the day event was recorded (dd/MM/yyyy). Shows progressive number for event recording.
Date Value
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1.3.4 Password Menu - Maintenance
This page allows the configuration of login as a maintenance of /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface via WUI.
Please note that the User Name (user) can not be changed.
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Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
User Password:
Change
Erase
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Menu 8
Password
Shows and set the password for maintenance user (enables read-only parameter). The Erase button allows you to delete the password set.
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/TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE) 1.3.5 General Menu - Administrator
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about the exciter connected to /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface, but also allows setting various parameters.
Below will be described only items that allow the modification of the parameter, with respect to the Information menu (chap. 1.3.1). Press the buttons to confirm your choice, pushing the logo RVR, instead, or wait at the time-out, the parameter will be set to the previous one.
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Menu selection
TCP2-010200
Web Sofware Release: Web Sofware Date:
06/12/2010
Maintenance:
Info Measure
22/2/2011
Syncronize Clock
Device Date: Device Time:
Password
16:16
Local Date: Local Time:
22/2/2011 16:17
Station Name:
Test
Administration:
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New Station Name:
Change Name
rur-main-mib.mib
Main Mib: Specific Mib:
rv-tex-series-mib.mib
Menu 9
Device Date/Time
Allows you to align the time and date stored in the exciter with that of browser device, by pressing the Synchronize Clock button.
New Station Name
Setting of the station name. Write the name in the box that you want to assign, then press the Change Name button to apply the choice.
Main Mib
By pressing the MIB (Management Information Base) highlighted you can download onto your PC, or browser device, the general database for the management of devices in communications networks.
Specific Mib
By pressing the MIB (Management Information Base) highlighted you
for the management of devices in communications networks.
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1.3.6 Command Menu - Administrator
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about the exciter connected to /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface, but also allows setting various parameters.
Below will be described only items that allow the modification of the parameter, with respect to the Measure menu (chap. 1.3.2). Press the buttons to confirm your choice, pushing the logo RVR, instead, or wait at the time-out, the parameter will be set to the previous one.
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Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Set
Maintenance:
Forward Pwr Reflected Pwr Temperature
CMD LOW NOM Power LOW Power
Info
101 % 35 %
Set Set
Measure
Alarm List Password
Freq.
7W OW 29 C
99 MHz O KHz O KHz Ο KHz
Set
Mod.
Mod. L Mod. R PLL LOCK Audio Alarm
Present Absent
Absent
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Absent
Present
Absent
Absent
Foldback
Ext R.F. Mute Ack ON ACK OFF
Ack Nom Ack Low FAULT Mains
CMD ON CMD OFF CMD NOM
Present Absent
Set
Set
Set
Menu 10
Freq.
Remote adjustment of exciter frequency. This value, in MHz, can be modified according to one's own band in 0.1 MHz steps. Press Set to
confirm the value inserted. CMD ON
Press Set to change the logical state of the data. CMD OFF
Press Set to change the logical state of the data.
CMD Nom
Press Set to change the logical state of the data.
CMD LOW
Press Set to change the logical state of the data.
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NOM Power
Remote adjustment regarding the nominal power of exciter. This value, in %, can be modified in the range 0 to 100, in steps of 1%. Press Set to confirm the value inserted.
LOW Power
Remote adjustment regarding the reduced power of exciter. This value, in %, can be modified in the range 0 to 100, in steps of 1%. Press Set to confirm the value inserted.
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1.3.7
Alarm Delete Menu - Administrator
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Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
Within this menu you can view the most recent alarms stored by the system, a new event will cause an automatic cancellation of the oldest. Using the Reset item in the bottom right side of menu, you can delete the list of all pending alarms.
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نينا
VALUE
11 10
نبيا
د
ن
Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
د
Ready! NAME Audio Absent Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Audio Absent Low Forward power Low Forward power Low Forward power
TIME 16:20 16:8 16:7 10:21 10:20 9:22 9:22 18:30 18:29 17:41 17:27
DATE 22/2/2011 22/2/2011 22/2/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 28/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011 27/1/2011
ا
د
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
نیا
د
د
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Reset
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1.3.8 Password Menu - Administrator
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page allows the configuration of login as an administrator and maintenance of /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface via WUI.
Please note that the User Name (admin for administrator, or user for maintenance) can not be changed.
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user Password:
Change
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Erase
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admin Password:
Change
Erase All
Menu 12
user Password
Shows and set the password for user functions (parameter read-only enabling). The Erase button allows you to delete the password set for maintenance.
admin Password
Shows and set the password for administrator functions (parameter reading and change enabling). The Erase All button allows you to delete the password set both for the administrator and for the maintenance.
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1.3.9 Network Menu - Administrator
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface network connection, but also allows setting various parameters.
Press the Change Settings button to confirm selection; if you let timer to time out or press the RVR logo, the parameter setting will remain as previously set.
Note: to make changes within these sub-menus you need to have thorough technical knowledge of network management. It is recommended to have changes performed by trained or qualified personnel.
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IP Address: SubNet Mask:
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
192.168.0.244 255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1 192.168.0.250 192.168.0.250
00:20:4a:c6:db:f8
DNS1:
DNS2:
Mac:
192.168.0.244
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New IP Address: New SubNet Mask: New Gateway: New DNS1: New DNS2:
192.168.0.1 192.168.0.250 192.168.0.250
Change Settings
Menu 13
IP address
Shows the number that unequivocally identifies, within a single network, the devices connected to an IT network that uses the IP standard (Internet Protocol).
Subnet Mask
Shows the subnet mask, necessary for the computer that must communicate with another IP address to know if it should route packages toward the gateway of its local network or use the address of the receiver local network
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Gateway
Shows gateway address. In simpler networks, there is only one gateway that forwards to the internet network all the outbound traffic. In more complicated networks where many subnets are available, each of them refers to a gateway that will route data traffic towards the other subnets or forward it to other gateways.
DNS1 server
Shows the first DNS server address (Domain Name System); in case the server should change the server hosting a service, or it is necessary to change its IP address, it is enough to change the DNS record, without changing client settings.
DNS2 server
Shows the second DNS server address (Domain Name System); in case the server should change the server hosting a service, or it is necessary to change its IP address, it is enough to change the DNS record, without changing client settings.
MAC Address
Shows the MAC (Media Access Control) address; this address is uniquely assigned to the ethernet network card present on exciter. It can be useful if you want to add in your router, or firewall, a list of MAC addresses of network cards authorized to connect to the network.
New IP address
Set the new IP (Internet Protocol) number. New Subnet Mask
Set the new subnet mask
New Gateway
Set the new gateway address. DNS1 server
Set the new first DNS server address (Domain Name System). DNS2 server
Set the new second DNS server address (Domain Name System).
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1.3.10 Mail Menu (SMTP) - Administrator
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Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE interface network connection, but also allows setting various parameters.
Press the Change Settings button to confirm selection, if you let timer to time out or press the RVR logo, the parameter setting will remain as previously set.
Note : the e-mails can be sent only via MX record, which is a DNS record that identifies the mail server associated with a domain. This feature can be useful if you want to use your mail server and it is absolutely necessary that the DNS domain supports this function for its proper functioning.
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TCP1@rvr.it
software@rvr.it
Maintenance:
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Sender Address: Destination 1: Destination 2: Destination 3 : Destination 4 Subject: Server Port:
Test
TCP1@rvr.it software@rvr.it
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New Sender Address: New Destination 1: New Destination 2: New Destination 3: New Destination 4: New Subject: New Server Port:
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Change Settings
Menù 14
Sender Address
Shows the transmission address used for sending messages. Destination 1
Shows the first address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent.
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Destination 2
Shows the second address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent.
Destination 3
Shows the third address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent.
Destination 4
Shows the fourth address to which alarm warning mail messages shall
be sent. Subject
Shows the description of the “subject” field of the mail. Server Port
Shows the port used by TCP transmission protocol. New Sender Address
Set the new transmission address used for sending messages. New Destination 1
Set the new first address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent
New Destination 2
Set the new second address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent
New Destination 3
Set the new third address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent
New Destination 4
Set the new fourth address to which alarm warning mail messages shall be sent
New Subject
Set the new description of the “subject” field of the mail.
New Server Port
Set the new port used by TCP transmission protocol.
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1.3.11 SNMP Menu - Administrator
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about /TLW-TEX2HE &
EX3HE interface network connection, but also allows setting various parameters.
Press the Change Settings button to confirm selection; if you let timer to time out or press the RVR logo, the parameter setting will remain as previously set.
For more information regarding this menu, please read the chapter the SNMP Telemetry (Chapter 1.4).
Note: to make changes within these sub-menus you need to have thorough technical knowledge of network management. It is recommended to have changes performed by trained or qualified personnel.
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R.VALO/ Test
Menu selection
enable public
private
Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
Actual Status: Read Community: Write Community: Primary Trap IP: Primary Trap Port: Secondary Trap IP: Secondary Trap Port:
192.168.0.41 162 192.168.0.41 162
Administration:
General Command Alarm Delete Password Network Mail
SNMP
New Status: New Read Community: public New Write Community: private New Primary Trap IP: 192.168.0.41 New Secondary Trap IP: 192.168.0.41
Change Settings
Menu 15
Actual Status
Shows the status of SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) service.
Read Community
Shows the set string for Read command that allows you to monitor the different variables of the system managed.
Write Community
Shows the set string for Write command that allows you to monitor the different variables of the system managed.
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Primary TRAP IP
Shows the first identification number of the IP address set to send the TRAP signaling that configures the agent to send a special message to the occurrence of certain events.
Primary TRAP Port
Shows the first port number set by the TCP transmission protocol for the TRAP signaling that configures the agent to send a special message to
the occurrence of certain events. The port can not be changed. Secondary TRAP IP
Shows the second identification number of the IP address set to send the TRAP signaling that configures the agent to send a special message to the occurrence of certain events.
Secondary TRAP Port
Shows the second port number set by the TCP transmission protocol for the TRAP signaling that configures the agent to send a special message to the occurrence of certain events. The port can not be changed..
New Status
Set the status of SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) service.
New Read Community
Set the string for Read command. New Write Community
Set the string for Write command.
New Primary TRAP IP
Set the first identification number of the IP address set to send the
TRAP signaling. New Secondary TRAP IP
Set the second identification number of the IP address set to send the TRAP signaling.
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(ATLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE
Connection via Modem
The telemetry option supports connectivity to the whole range of units of RVR's TEX-LCD and TEX-LIGHT family of products.
This section describes the features introduced with version /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE and the necessary steps for their proper configuration.
The telemetry option supports:
Remote alarm reporting by sending SMS messages through a GSM modem or through a PSTN modem (dial-up) by sending an alarm message string to a connected PC. Telemetry, with all equipment parameters sent to the “TELECON” software through
an (RS232);
• Remote controlling through an (RS232) connection to the “TELECON” software or
through certain predetermined SMS messages if connected to an external GSM
modem.
• Telemetry via internet through 10Base-T LAN/Ethernet network.
2.1 Remote alarm monitoring
The list of parameters monitored for the alarm management are:
• Exciter output power (forward power good "PgD”);
• Reflected power at the exciter (reflected power good "PgR");
• Temperature state (OVER TEMPERATURE);
Audio Signal Level; Mains voltage state (present or missing).
Factory default settings are as follows:
ALLARMI Potenza Diretta (Fwd Pwr) Potenza Riflessa (Rfl Pwr) Audio Sovratemperatura | Alimentazione di rete (Mains)
TEMPI 25 Sec. 25 Sec. 325 Sec. 25 Sec. 25 Sec.
SOGLIE Power Good (PGD) Power Good (PgR)
20 kHz 72°C
Table 2.1
An inhibit time (start time) after power-on is provided to ensure false alarm
ion. When this inhibit time times out, the thresholds of alarm generation parameters are checked and remote alarms are sent if needed.
Alarm generation technique is outlined in the figure below; remote alarm delay, i.e. the amount of time the system waits before issuing a remote alarm after an alarm condition occurs is indicated in table 2.1. When appropriate, a new line is added to the alarm log stored in /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE, up to six lines maximum.
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Alarm state PRESENT
Alarm state ABSENT
time
Alarm state time limit before the timer exhaustion of the activation time: ANY ALARM IS NOT GENERATES and the timer is reload to the starting value.
Timer time limit of alarm activation with alarm state still persistent: ALARM IS GENERATE
The bar

shows the alarm activation time.
Figure 2.1
The alarm log may be reviewed using the “TELECON” software or through SMS (see relevant section).
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WARNING: The mains alarm is triggered from the battery charger board; as a result, this board is required even when no batteries are installed. In the configuration without batteries, no alarm is generated; instead, an SMS message indicating a normal condition is sent upon next start-up.
When any one of the parameters listed above changes state, a text message with
the following information is sent via modem (if fitted):
• Station Name.
• Station ID.
• State of measurements.
ES1.
Station Name: (string of 16 characters maximum) Station ID: (from 000 to 999) Forward Power OK Reflected Power OK Temperature OK Audio OK Mains OK
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2.3
Telemetry
Equipment telemetry consists in the remote monitoring of all operating parameters and can only be achieved through serial cable or modem connection to the "TELECON” software.
2.4 Remote control
When the exciter is connected to the internal telemetry unit, it can be controlled
from a PC with a suitable modem connection.
The “TELECON” software establishes connection with the station through a phone line and enables the following remote operations: alarm reset, transmitter power on/power off, power supply reduction, dummy load testing, etc., data evaluation to locate possible faults, identification of parts required for repair.
An alternative remote controlling option uses SMS messaging through a common GSM phone, in which case the equipment will respond as indicated in table 1.2.
Before querying the system using SMS messages, establish a connection using the “TELECON” software and set the provider service centre number and the telephone numbers authorised to send these commands to the devices.
Only in case of connection with external modem, the commands that can be sent are are shown as follows:
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Comando
Risposta
Descrizione
Station Name:
Station ID:
INFO
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di
16caratteri massimo) “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a 999) (Potenza diretta espressa in W). (Potenza riflessa espressa in W) (Temperatura espressa in °C) (Stato trasmettitore ON O OFF) (Locale o Remoto) (Presenza o Assenza allarmi)
FWD Power: RFL Power: Temp: Tx Local Alarm
Informazioni sullo stato del
trasmettitore
Station Name:
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di
16caratteri massimo) “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a
TXON
Station ID:
Accensione trasmettitore
999)
Tx is ON
Station Name:
TXOFF
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di
16caratteri massimo) "numero identificativo“ (da 000 a 999)
Station ID:
Spegnimento trasmettitore
Txis OFF
Station Name:
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di 16caratteri massimo) “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a
LOWPWR
Station ID:
Informazioni su bassa
potenza
999)
LowPwr OK
Station Name:
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di 16caratteri massimo) “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a
NOMPWR
Station ID:
Informazione sulla potenza nominale
999)
NomPwr
Station Name:
ALARM
Station ID:
“nome della stazione“ (stringa di 16 caratteri massimo) "numero identificativo“ (da 000 a 999) (Invio degli ultimi 4 liste di allarmi memorizzate in memoria)
Lista allarmi in memoria
Record:
RESET
Station Name: “nome della stazione“ (stringa di
16caratteri massimo) Station ID: “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a
999) RESET allarmi memorizzati
Cancellazione allarmi in
memoria
RESMOD
Nessuna Risposta
Reset e reinizzializzazione
del modem
STATUS
| Invia i messaggi di allarme se presenti
Reinvia il messaggio di stato
degli allarmi
VERSION
Station Name: “nome della stazione“ (stringa di
16caratteri massimo) Station ID: “numero identificativo“ (da 000 a
999) Versione App, Versione Bios, Codice Tabella
Informazioni su versioni
software
Table 2.2
Note: I Response time to SMS commands may vary with different GSM network providers; as a general rule, response time should not exceed 7-10 minutes
maximum.
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3. Configurations of Transmitter System
Below are listed the several possible system configurations, the configuration that needs to assume on the dip switch and the screens obtainable via WEB.
Note: for further information on the Dip Switch, please read the section on Dip Switch Configuration present in this manual.
3.1 Configuration of Transmitter
3.1.1 Configuration of System 01
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
/TLW-TEX2HE or /TLW-TEX3HE (Telemetry)
TEX-LCD (exciter).
Configuration #01: System
3.1.1.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 01
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Config TX 1
Config Tx1 112 811 5761718
Configuration #01: Dip Switch
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3.1.1.2
12C Address for System 01
adr Config 01
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1
Configuration #01: PC Address
3.1.1.3 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 01
Web Administation for TEX-TEST
Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Set
Forward Pwr Reflected Pwr Temperature
ow 0 W 27 C
CMD LOW NOM Power LOW Power
Set
69 % 20 %
Set
Maintenance:
Info Measure Alarm List Password
Freq.
98 MHz
Set
Mod.
Ο KHz
Mod. L Mod. R
0.1 KHZ 0.1 KHz Present
Absent
Absent
Administration:
General
Command Alarm Delete Password Network Mail SNMP
PLL Lock Audio Alarm Foldback Ext R.F. Mute Ack ON Ack OFF
Absent
Present
Absent
Ack Nom
Absent
Present Absent
Ack Low FAULT Mains CMD ON CMD OFF CMD NOM
Set
Set
Set
Configuration #01: Screen Command
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3.1.2
Configuration of System 02
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
• PJ (amplifier)
TEX-LCD (exciter)
/TLW-TEX2HE or /TLW-TEX3HE (Telemetry)
PJ (Amplifier)
Configuration #02: System
3.1.2.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 02
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Config TX 2
x
Configuration #02: Dip Switch
3.1.2.2 PC Address for System 02
adr | Config 02
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1 2
Configuration #02: PC Address
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3.1.2.3 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 02
R.V.R.
Web Administation for
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Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Set
CMD OFF CMD NOM CMD LOW
Set
Set
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
NOM Power
LOW Power
69 % 20 %
Administration:
General Command Alarm Delete Password Network
Mail SNMP
Forward Pwr 0 W Reflected Pwr OW Temperature 0 C Exc Freq. 98 MHz Exc Mod. 0 KHz Exc Mod. L 0.1 KHz Exc Mod. R 0.1 KHz Exc Fwd Pwr 0.3 W Exc Rfl Pwr 0.2 W ExC PLL Lock Present Exc Audio Alarm Absent Exc Foldback Absent Exc R.F. Mute Absent Ack ON
Present
Ack OFF
Absent
Ack Nom
Absent Ack Low Present FAULT Mains Absent CMD ON
Set
Configuration #02: Screen Command
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3.1.3
Configuration of System 03
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
• HC-LCD (hybrid coupler)
• 2x PJ (amplifier)
TEX-LCD (exciter)
/TLW-TEX2HE or _TLW-TEX3HE
(Telemetry)
PJ (Amplifier) #1
HC-LCD (Hybrid Coupler)
PJ (Amplifier) #2
Configuration #03: System
3.1.3.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 03
1 2
3
4
5 6
7 8
Config TX 3
Configuration #03: Dip Switch
3.1.3.2 12C Address for System 03
adr Config 03
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1 2 3 4
Configuration #03: 12C Address
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3.1.3.3 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 03
R.V.R.
Web Administation for
TEX-TEST
Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Absent
Absent
Present
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
Absent
Set
Ack OFF Ack Nom Ack Low FAULT Mains CMD ON CMD OFF CMD NOM CMD LOW
NOM Power
Set
Set Set Set
69 % 20 %
Set
Forward Pwr 0 W Reflected Pwrow Unbalanced Pwr o w Temperature 00 Exc Freq. 98 MHz Exc Mod. 0.1 KHz Exc Mod. L 0.1 KHz Exc Mod. R 0 KHz Exc Fwd Pwr 0.2 W Exc Rfl Pwr 0.2 W EXC PLL Lock Present Exc Audio Alarm Absent Exc Foldback Absent Exc R.F. Mute Absent PA#1 Fwd Pwrow PA#1 Rf Pwrow PA#2 Fwd Pwrow PA#2 Rfi Pwr 0 W Ack ON Present
Administration:
General Command Alarm Delete Password Network
Mail SNMP
LOW Power
Configuration #03: Screen Command
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3.1.4
Configuration of System 04
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
• HC-LCD (hybrid coupler)
• 3x PJ (amplifier)
TEX-LCD (exciter)
PJ (Amplifier) #1
/TLW-TEX2HE or /TLW-TEX3HE (Telemetry)
HC-LCD (Hybrid Coupler)
PJ (Amplifier) #2
PJ (Amplifier) #3
Configuration #04: System
3.1.4.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 04
| 1 2
3 4
5
6
7 x
8 x
Config TX 4
Configuration #04: Dip Switch
3.1.4.2 12C Address for System 04
adr Config 04
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
Configuration #04: PC Address
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3.1.4.2 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 04
R.V.R.
Web Administation for
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Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
0 W
Present
Absent
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
Absent
PA#3 Rfl Pwr Ack ON Ack OFF Ack Nom Ack Low FAULT Mains CMD ON
CMD OFF
Set
Present
Absent
Set
Set
CMD NOM
Set
Forward Pwr 0 W Reflected Pwrow Unbalanced Pwr o w Temperature 00 Exc Freq. 98 MHz Exc Mod. 0.3 KHz Exc Mod. L 0.1 KHz Exc Mod. R 0.3 KHZ Exc Fwd Pwr 0.2 W Exc Rfl Pwr 0.2 W EXC PLL Lock Present Exc Audio Alarm Absent Exc Foldback Absent Exc R.F. Mute Absent PA#1 Fwd Pwrow PA#1 Rfl Pwrow PA#2 Fwd Pwrow PA#2 Rfl Pwrow PA#3 Fwd Pwrow
CMD LOW
Administration:
General
Command Alarm Delete Password Network
Mail SNMP
Set
NOM Power LOW Power
69 % 20 %
Configuration #04: Screen Command
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3.1.5
Configuration of System 05
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
• HC-LCD (hybrid coupler)
• 4x PJ (amplifier)
PJ (Amplifier) #1
TEX-LCD (exciter)
/TLW-TEX2HE or /TLW-TEX3HE (Telemetry)
PJ (Amplifier) #2
HC-LCD (Hybrid Coupler)
PJ (Amplifier) #3
PJ (Amplifier) #4
Configuration #05: System
3.1.5.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 05
| 1 2
3 4
5
6
7
8
Config TX 5
1 x
Configuration #05: Dip Switch
3.1.5.2 12C Address for System 05
adr Config 05
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA
1 2 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
Configuration #05: PC Address
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3.1.5.3 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 05
R.V.R.
Web Administation for
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Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
S
et
Forward Pwr 0 W Reflected Pwrow Unbalanced Pwr o w Temperature 00 Exc Freq. 98 MHz Exc Mod. 0.1 KHz Exc Mod. L 0.3 KHz Exc Mod. R
Ο KHz Exc Fwd Pwr 0.3 W Exc Rfl Pwr 0.2 W EXC PLL Lock Present Exc Audio Alarm Absent Exc Foldback Absent Exc R.F. Mute Absent PA#1 Fwd Pwrow PA#1 Rfl Pwrow PA#2 Fwd Pwrow PA#2 Rfl Pwrow PA#3 Fwd Pwrow
PA#3 Rfi Pwr Ow PA#4 Fwd Pwrow PA#4 Rfi Pwrow Ack ON
Present Ack OFF
Absent
Ack Nom
Absent
Ack Low
Present FAULT Mains Absent CMD ON
Set CMD OFF
Set CMD NOM CMD LOW
Set NOM Power 69 %
LOW Power
20 %
Administration:
General
Command Alarm Delete Password Network
Mail SNMP
Set
Configuration #05: Screen Command
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3.1.6
Configuration of System 06
Composition:
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE (telemetry)
• TEX-LCD (exciter)
• HC-LCD (hybrid coupler)
• 5x PJ (amplifier)
PJ (Amplifier) #1
TEX-LCD (exciter)
PJ (Amplifier) #2
/TLW-TEX2HE or /TLW-TEX3HE (Telemetry)
HC-LCD (Hybrid Coupler)
PJ (Amplifier) #3
PJ (Amplifier) #4
PJ (Amplifier) #5
Configuration #06: System
3.1.6.1 Configuration of Dip Switch for System 06
1 2
3 4
5
6
7
8
Config TX 6
Configuration #06: Dip Switch
3.1.6.2 12C Address for System 06
adr Config 06
TEX HC O PA PA PA PA PA PA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Configuration #06: PC Address
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3.1.6.3 Command Menu - Operator & Administrator for System 06
R.V.R.
Web Administation for
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Auto Refresh:
Ready!
Menu selection
Maintenance:
Info Measure
Alarm List Password
PA#3 Rfi Pwr Ow PA#4 Fwd Pwrow PA#4 Rfl Pwr 0 W PA#5 Fwd Pwr 0W PA#5 Rf Pwrow Ack ON
Present
Ack OFF Absent
Set
Ack Nom
Absent
Present
Forward Pwr 0 W Reflected Pwrow Unbalanced Pwr o w Temperature 00 Exc Freq. 98 MHz Exc Mod. 0.1 KHZ Exc Mod. L 0.3 KHZ Exc Mod. R 0.1 KHZ Exc Fwd Pwr 0.1 W Exc Rfl Pwr 0.2 W EXC PLL Lock Absent Exc Audio Alarm Absent Exc Foldback Absent Exc R.F. Mute Absent PA#1 Fwd Pwrow PA#1 Rfl Pwrow PA#2 Fwd Pwrow PA#2 Rfl Pwrow PA#3 Fwd Pwrow
Administration:
General
Command Alarm Delete Password Network
Mail SNMP
Absent
Set
Ack Low FAULT Mains CMD ON CMD OFF CMD NOM CMD LOW
NOM Power LOW Power
Set
Set
Set
Set
69 % 20 %
-
Set
Configuration #06: Screen Command
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4. SNMP Telemetry
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a worlwide protocol that allows the management and supervision of the equipment connected to the network.
Measurements and commands are described by a MIB (Management Information Base), which is a list of OID (Object Identifi er). Each OID is a variable that can be written (SET) or read (GET) through a NMS (Network Management System)
compatible with SNMP.
The MIB is a text file written in ASN.1 and it is imported from the NMS in order to know what OID can be expected by the AGENT and how to interpret the information received.
Note: The user can not freely distribute the MIB, unless written authorization issued by the manufacturer. The MIB is property of the manufacturer.
Note: The MIB files are downloaded in the web section or requested separately to the manufacturer.
The SNMP version used in this application is the v2, then is also compatible with v1 NMS systems, except in the TRAP receiving section.
Here is the list of MIB necessary for equipments of TEX-LCD RVR's equipments:
Mib file
.\mibs RVR rvr-main-mib.mib.xml 29.1mibsiRVR rvr-tex-series-mib.mib.xml
S
Figure 1
OP Note
Note: Use a MIB BROWSER (not included) to use the MIB of RVR equipments.
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4.1 Reading of the Measures (Read)
Each transmitter has a range of measures that can be read. Please refer to MIB for a detailed description of each measurement.
Note: In the following examples is used a proprietary MIB browser, but any MIB Browser can be used.
Nell'esempio seguente, la misura di Forward Power viene indicata come READONLY:
fm
"O
é
e
)
tex-series
readings e power
e tx-pwr-freds
F C trasmitter-fwd-power-output E t rostitter--El-power-output
trasmitter-unb-power-output 6 pa-pwr-meas
O pal-pwr-meas
pal-fwd-power-output LM pal-rfl-power-output 6 pa2-pwr-meas
EM pa2-fwd-power-output
LV pa2-rfl-power-output e pa3-pwr-meas
pa3-fwd-power-output pa3-rfl-power-output
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.1.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.1.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.1.3 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.1.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.1.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.2.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.2.2 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.3 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.3.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.2.3.2
Node name Oid
Access Status Syntax Description
trasmitter-fwd-power-output 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.1.1.1 (from RVR-TEX-SERIES-MIB) ReadOnly Mandatory
Integer32 [INT] total fwd power output w
Figure 2
Into the MIB are specified the range and description of each variable, in this case the forward power and possible alarms, which are reported into the description box of browser. If the READ ONLY and MANDATORY conditions are present, they mean that the value is been obtained.
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4.2
Settings of the Measures (Write)
Similarly to readings and settings of the measurements, the commands have a set of OID that are only in writing mode.
Tipically the value of command are read as "1"; the user must send a “2” as value to send a command. No other values are accepted as a command.
Usually the commands are one-shot toggle. In other words, if the transmitter is turn “ON” (value “2” on set-transmitter-on), the next command is a turn “OFF” (value “2” on set-transmitter-off).
In the following example, the command of Set-Transmitter-On is indicated as READWRITE:
.... ..... U
C otx-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1 M s et-trasmitter-on
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1.1 M s et-trasmitter-off
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1.3 - set-trasmitter-nominal-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1.4 M s et-trasmitter-lower-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1.5 M c md-trasmitter-percent-pwr-nom
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1... M c md-trasmitter-percent-pwr-low
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1... o pa-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.2 é exc-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.3 C exc1-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.3.1 L c md-exciter-1-freq-set
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.3... O traps-tex-series
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210 O alarm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101 e pwr-alm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1 c t x-pwr-alm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.1 tx-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1....
Node name set-trasmitter-on Oid
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.10.1.1 (from RVR-TEX-SERIES-MIB) Access
ReadWrite
Status
Mandatory
Syntax
Enumeration (INT] Description
set exciter on.
..........
Figure 3
shown the description of command brought in information box of your browser.
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4.3 Settings of the TRAP
For each TRAP can be set:
• Enable/disable the send of TRAP.
• The maximum value (MAX) is the fixed point beyond which is sent a TRAP.
• The minimum value (MIN) is the fixed point below which is sent a TRAP.
• The hysteresis value is a nominal value that the system adds (or subtracts) to
real value in order to exit from alarm condition. In other words, it is helpful to avoid situations of continuous alarm, if readout is very close to the set point alarm.
6
alarm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101 pwr-alm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1 6 tx-pwr-alm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.1 tx-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... trap-class-set-fwd-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M min-thr-set-Fwd-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M m ax-thr-set-fwd-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... LM hysteresys-set-fwd-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... 6 tx-alm-rflpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... FM trap-class-set-rfl-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... E M min-thr-set-rfl-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... ....
M l ex the set oft por
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1. LV hysteresys-set-rfl-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... tx-alm-unbpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... EMtrap-class-set-unb-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... PM min-thr-set-unb-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... EM max-thr-set-unb-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M hysteresys-set-unb-pwr
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... e pa-pwr-alm-settings
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.2 o pal-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1. FM trap-class-set-pal-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1..... M min-the-set-pal-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M m ax-thr-set-pal-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1... M h ysteresys-set-pal-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... o pa2-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... F M trap-class-set-pa2-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... FM min-the-set-pa2-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... EM max-thr-set-pa2-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M h ysteresys-set-pa2-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... pa3-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M trap-class-set-pa3-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M min-thr-set-pa3-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... - max-thr-set-pa3-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M h ysteresys-set-pa3-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... o pa4-alm-fwdpower
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1..... FM trap-class-set-pa4-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... min-thr-set-pa4-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... M m ax-thr-set-pa4-pwrout
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.... Abu-Arace At
12214112022 4 100 10 101 1 trap-class-set-fwd-pwr 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.101.1.1.1.1 (from RVR-TEX-SERIES-MIB) ReadWrite Mandatory Integer 32 [INT] the trap class is an index associated to an IP address to which traps are directed. Traps are usually sent to an NMS (network management system). each trap can be sent to 1 NMS, this OID gives you the choise to which NMS it must be sent, if a 0 is inserted the trap will be disabled.
Figure 4
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4.4 Sending of the TRAP
The system properly configured is capable to sending TRAP up to two different addresses. Different addresses can be set using the OID presents in the main MIB.
The generation and sending happens if the parameter exceeds the maximum and minimum set up and as you can see the hysteresis is a protected area in which the alarm is not sent.
Max value
Min value
enter max alarm
enter min alarm enter max alarm Jenter min alarm
excit min alarm axit min alarm excit min alarm
excit min alarm
Hysteresis area
Figure 5
Note: the hysteresis value shall be properly adjusted to not overlap to the distance between the minimum (MIN) and the maximum value (MAX).
Inside the generated TRAP are indicated:
• Progressive number of the TRAP.
• Date of generation.
• Time of generation.
• The OID and its instantaneous value.
The TRAP that you can set are the ones shown in the picture below:
trap-tex-series-Forward-power trap-tex-series-reflected-power trap-tex-series-unbalanced-power
trap-tex-series-pal-forward-power
• trap-tex-series-pa2-forward-power
trap-tex-series-pa3-forward-power
• trap-tex-series-pad-forward-power
trap-tex-series-pa5-forward-power trap-tex-series-exciter-1-fwd-power trap-tex-series-exciter-1-modulation
1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210.... 1.3.6.1.4.1.13963.4.100.10.1.210....
Figure 6
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5. Connecting to Internet network
In order to connect the system to the public network , you must have an internet connection typically provided through a router with NAT (Network Address Translation), which allows devices connected to the LAN to go out with the number router's public IP and protect any attempts at forcing.
In case you have connecting directly with the public IP address on the LAN socket is advisable to insert a router / firewall to avoid exposing the system/TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE directly to the public network but manage only the ports used by /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE for the functions of the WEB interface, SNMP, and SMTP.
The system uses incoming port 80, can not be changed, such as web interface visible from any Web Browser and port 161 can not be changed, such as SNMP port.
For sending the email /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE uses port 25, modifiable, and port 162 can not be changed, for the sending of SNMP Trap.
To ensure that the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE is visible from the outside is necessary that the router / firewall is set up port forwarding, the function can have different names depending on the brand of your router.
The public port 80 from IP to the IP of /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE for WEB and port 161 of the public interface to the IP of /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE for SNMP data.
To ensure that the unit can send the Trap and the Email needs to be able to use the network at its output ports 162 for Trap and the port 25 for email.
To send the e-mail system /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE uses the MX record for the target domain DNS asked that must be set correctly in the appropriate fields otherwise not be able to send emails.
Also for the emails you must make sure that the destination server accept email from the public IP of our digestive system because the ships directly to the destination SMTP server without going through a server forward as is usual practice for mailers electronics installed on personal computers.
The apparatus as said default IP is set to RVR as 192.168.0.244 and will be adjusted on the network configured as your router's LAN port is used for port forwarding.
If you have multiple devices connected to the LAN after the router is necessary to use different ports on the public interface that will be routed to the fixed ports of the devices /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE must have a LAN IP different from each other.
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• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE#1 IP 192.168.0.244 Port forwarding port 80
> port 80 of 192.168.0.244
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE#1 IP 192.168.0.244 Port forwarding port 161
> port 161 of 192.168.0.244
• /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE#2 IP 192.168.0.245 Port forwarding port 81
> port 80 of 192.168.0.245 /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE#2 IP 192.168.0.245 Port forwarding port 163 > port 161 of 192.168.0.245
With this configuration, the apparatus /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE # 1 will be visible from WEB as http://public.ip and apparatus TLK # 2 will be visible from as http://public.ip:81 WEB, SNMP and how you must use port 161 to see the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE # 1 and port 163 to see the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE # 2.
To send the Trap or Email being output there is no problem, as long as there are no restrictions on using ports 25 and 162 are wanted by the service provider.
To know the public IP of our apparatus is desirable to have a FIXED IP connection service that is provided by the provider, if the service has a dynamic IP you will have to rely on a DNS service that gives a name to our IP and keep updated in the event of a change of IP in order to reach the /TLW-TEX2HE & /TLW-TEX3HE always writing the same name.
This service is provided by many providers, some free and some paid, and usually some routers include this function that can handle some of the service providers, and in case you need to use this service will need to be programmed into your router by following the instructions in that, given the various methods used to manage this function, we can not include this function in the system /TLW-TEX2HE & ITLW-TEX3HE.
In case your nework /TLW-TEX2HE & ITLW-TEX3HE has many systems connected to the Internet the safest way to manage and functional systems is to create a VPN between all stations and the headquarters in order to have all the devices in the same network in order to view them directly with their IP without the limitations of different ports for devices in the same location, not all routers have this programming possibilities, limits the output ports and having to manage any dynamic IP with a DNS service.
In this case, the customer will have to rely on a company that specializes in networks to configure your VPN between locations.
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