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A

admin page    
accessing
alarm pane
config pane
description
password pane
service pane
understanding
upgrade pane
agency compliance
alarms    
configuring
event states
types
antenna    
mounting
mounting conditions    12
mounting requirements
 

B

backup scp command
backup tftp command
 

C

clear alarm command
clear authlog command
clear daemon log command
clear eventlog command
clear ptp-stat command
clear syslog command
CLI    1
configuring the Timing Client using
options    1
viewing
using to view configuration
using to view status
commands    
backup scp
backup tftp
clear alarm
clear authlog
clear daemon log
clear eventlog
clear ptp-stat
clear syslog
config 1/5MHz
config accounting
config accounting-level
config accounting-server add
config accounting-server del
config alarm-email-receiver
config alarm-profile
config antenna-cable-delay-compensation
config antenna-voltage
config auth-order
config change-password
config cli-banner-file
config cli-banner-text
config cli-timeout
config datetime
config dns0
config dns1
config domain
config dst
config e1 output loopback
config e1 output port
config enable-password
config eth0 auto-nego
config eth0 duplex
config eth0 ip
config eth0 ip-mode
config eth0 speed
config gps anti-jamming
config holdover-state
config hostname
config language
config password
config pps-squelch
config ppx
config primary-ptp-server
config ptp add server
config ptp slave
config radius-server add
config radius-server del
config secondary-ptp-server
config snmp contact
config snmp readonly-community
config snmp readwrite-community
config snmp-trap add
config snmp-trap del
config snmp-v3user add
config snmp-v3user del
config snr
config ssl-cert
config ssl-key
config sync-src-priority
config timezone
config unsecured-communication-protocols
config user add
config user class
config user del
config user password
config web
config web-mode
config web-timeout
ftp
halt
ping
reboot
reset config
reset password
restart ptp
restart timeprobe-agent
restore scp
restore tftp
save scp authlog
save scp daemonlog
save scp eventlog
save scp syslog
save tftp authlog
save tftp daemonlog
save tftp eventlog
save tftp syslog
scp
tftp
tftp license
compliance
config 1/5/10MHz command
config accounting
config accounting-level
config accounting-server add
config accounting-server del
config alarm-email-receiver command
config alarm-profile command
config antenna-cable-delay-compensation command
config antenna-voltage command
config auth-order
config change-password
config cli-banner-file
config cli-banner-text
config cli-timeout command
config datetime command
config dns0 command
config dns1 command
config domain command
config dst command
config e1 output loopback command
config e1 output port command
config enable-password command
config eth0 auto-nego command
config eth0 duplex command
config eth0 ip command
config eth0 ip-mode command
config eth0 speed command
config gps anti-jamming command
config holdover-state
config hostname command
config language command
config page    
accessing
description
E1 pane
network pane
profile pane
PTP pane
RADIUS pane
SNMPv3 pane
timing pane
trap pane
understanding
Users pane
config password command
config pps-squelch
config ppx command
config primary-ptp-server command
config ptp add server command
config ptp slave command
config ptp slv disable command
config ptp slv domain command
config ptp slv dscp command
config ptp slv enable command
config ptp slv profile command
config ptp unicast acc-master add command
config ptp unicast acc-master del command
config ptp unicast announce command
config ptp unicast delay command
config ptp unicast duration command
config ptp unicast signaling command
config ptp unicast sync command
config radius-server add
config radius-server del
config secondary-ptp-server command
config snmp contact command
config snmp readonly-community command
config snmp readwrite-community command
config snmp-trap add command
config snmp-trap del command
config snmp-v3user add command
config snmp-v3user del command
config snr command
config ssl-cert command
config ssl-key command
config sync-src-priority command
config timezone command
config unsecured-communication-protocols command
config user add
config user class
config user del
config user password
config web command
config web-mode command
config web-timeout command
console cable    
specifications
conventions    
notice icons
customer support    12
contacting JTAC
 

D

depth
dimensions    
physical
Dynamic SSL certificate    
overview
 

E

e-mail lists    
adding users
removing users
elements    
configurable in the CLI
EMC testing
enable mode password    
reset by resetting the Timing Client
reset via CLI
reset via GUI
environmental specifications
event states
 

F

factory defaults    
resetting
ftp command
 

G

graphical user interface    
using
 

H

halt command
hardware    
returning
height
humidity    
operating
 

I

input voltage
installation instructions    
Timing Client
installation requirements
IP address    
assigning
changing
reserving
 

K

knowledge base
 

L

log page    
accessing
AuthLog Pane
daemon Pane
description
EventLog Pane
SysLog Pane
understanding
login class    
changing by Admin user    
via GUI
login page    
accessing
description
understanding
 

M

mounting conditions    
minimal
optimal
 

N

notice icons
 

P

parameters    
configuring (CLI)
password    
changing for Admin user    
via CLI
via GUI    12
changing for Read-Only user by Admin user    
via GUI
changing for Read/Write user by Admin user    
via GUI
changing for Read/Write user by Read/Write user    
via GUI
reset for Admin user    
by resetting the Timing Client
via CLI
via GUI
physical dimensions
ping command
port LEDs
power    
consumption
specifications
PTP    
setting parameters
 

R

reboot command
requirements    
installing
mounting the antenna
upgrade
reset config command
reset password command
restart ptp command
restart timeprobe-agent command
restore scp command
restore tftp command
returns
RMA
 

S

safety testing
save scp authlog command
save scp daemonlog command
save scp eventlog command
save scp syslog command
save tftp authlog command
save tftp daemonlog command
save tftp eventlog command
save tftp syslog command
scp command
SNMPv3    
creating users
specifying contacts
software    
upgrading using the CLI
upgrading using the GUI
specifications    
console cable
environmental
power
SSH
status page    
accessing
alarm pane
description
E1 pane
GPS pane
PTP pane
system pane
timing pane
understanding
support
support, technical     See technical support    
system LEDs    
understanding
 

T

technical support    1
contacting JTAC
telnet
temperature    
operating
storage
tftp command
tftp license command
Timing Client    
accessing using the CLI
description
installing
stopping and restarting
troubleshooting
unpacking
visually testing
traps    
configuring
creating targets
deleting targets
 

U

unpacking the chassis
upgrading     See software    
user account    
admin password changing    
via CLI
via GUI    12
admin password reset    
by resetting the Timing Client
via CLI
via GUI
creating Read-Only user
creating Read/Write user
deleting Read-Only user    
via GUI
deleting Read/Write user    
via GUI
guidelines
management
modifying
overview
Read-Only user password changing by Admin user    
via GUI
Read/Write user password changing by Admin user    
via GUI
Read/Write user password changing by Read/Write user    
via GUI
user interface    
accessing
requirements for using
 

W

warranty
width

Understanding the Status Page

The Status Page–System Pane

Figure 22: Timing Client Status Page—System Pane

Timing
Client Status Page—System Pane

Table 5 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—System Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 5: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—System Pane

Element

Description

Overall Information SectionThis section provides general information about the Timing Client.

Hostname

The name assigned to the Timing Client. You can use the admin page to assign a name to the server.

Model

The model name of your Timing Client.

Location

Indicates the physical location where the Timing Client is installed.

System SN

The serial number of the Timing Client.

Local Time

The time set on the clock of the Timing Client.

Software Version

The version of software installed on the Timing Client.

Hardware Version

The version of the Timing Client hardware.

FPGA Version

The version of FPGA installed on the Timing Client.

Up Time

Displays how long the Timing Client has been running since the last power up.

Temperature

Shows the temperature of the Timing Client.

Unsecured Communication Protocols Status SectionThis section displays the status of unsecured transfer or communication protocols.

Protocols

Indicates the names of unsecured transfer or communication protocols such as Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), FTP, and Telnet protocol.

Status

Indicates whether the specific unsecured transfer or communication protocol is enabled or disabled.

Network Interface SectionThis section provides information about the Timing Client network connections.

Port

Indicates the Timing Client port which the address and state information corresponds to.

Address

The IP address and MAC address used by the Timing Client port.

State

The connectivity state of the port with the network.

DNS Servers Window

This window lists the DNS servers the Timing Client is accessing.

The Status Page—Alarm Pane

The Alarm pane provides valuable information about the health of the system. The Alarm pane provides the necessary information to identify and analyze issues that may be caused as a result of a system problem or an issue external to the system.

Figure 23: Timing Client Status Page—Alarm Pane

Timing Client Status Page—Alarm Pane

Table 6 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—Alarm Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 6: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—Alarm Pane

Element

Description

Alarms SectionThis section lists the alarms the Timing Client issues.

Alarms Window

This window displays the alarms the Timing Client issues.

Time

Indicates the time an alarm occurred.

Severity

Indicates the severity of the generated alarm.

Entity

Indicates the entity this alarm is associated with. Alarms can be associated with an input/output or with the whole system.

Alarm

Describes the alarm. See Table 23 for details.

The Status Page—E1 Pane

Figure 24: Timing Client Status Page—E1 Pane

Timing Client Status Page—E1 Pane

Table 7 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—E1 Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 7: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—E1 Pane

Element

Description

E1 SectionThis section provides information about elements used by the Timing Client to maintain E1 parameters.

E1 Window

This section enables the setting of the E1 parameters on the Timing Client.

Port

This section indicates the E1 port number of the Timing Client.

Output Mode

Indicates the output modes of the E1 ports on the Timing Client.

Type

Indicates the type of port- BITS on the Timing Client.

Frame Status

Describes the Framing Status of the E1 output ports on the Timing Client as the follows:

  • SF, Super-Frame
  • ESF, Extended Super-Frame

Describes the Framing Status of the T1 input ports on the Timing Client as follows:

  • Normal
  • LFA, Loss of Frame Alignment
  • LMFA, Loss of Multi-Frame Alignment
  • RA, Remote Alarm
  • RAR, Remote Alarm Recovery
  • FAR, Frame Alignment Recovery
  • RRA, Receive Remote Alarm

Line Coding Status

Describes Line Coding of the E1 output ports on the Timing Client as follows:

  • B8ZS, Bipolar 8-Zero Substitution.

Describes Line Coding of the E1 input ports on the Timing Client as follows:

  • Normal
  • LOS, Loss of Signal
  • LOF, Loss of Frame

SSM

Indicates the E1 Synchronization Status Message for the respective port, and describes the stratum level of the signal as follows:

  • E1_QUALITY_UNKNOWN
  • E1_REC_G_811
  • E1_SSU_A
  • SSU_B
  • E1_SETS
  • E1_DO_NOT_USE

Admin State

Indicates the Port Administration Status in either Disable or Enable mode

Input Status

Indicates the input status of E1 output ports.

Note: The Disable value is hard-coded for all E1 output ports. The support for displaying input status is not applicable for E1 input ports.

The Status Page—Timing Pane

Figure 25: Timing Client Status Page—Timing Pane

Timing Client Status Page—Timing Pane

Table 8 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—Timing Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 8: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—Timing Pane

Element

Description

Frequency SectionDescribes the status of frequency synchronization.

Current Sync Source

Indicates the reference source used by the Timing Client for frequency synchronization.

Input Quality

Indicates the frequency accuracy, and Stratum level (1 to 3).

State

Indicates the state of the Timing Client as a frequency source:

  • Acquiring—in process to lock to a provisioned reference
  • Lock—locked to a provisional reference
  • Freerun—no reference is available
  • Holdover—in holdover state after all references are disqualified.

Note: Needs to be in the lock state for more than 8 hours before holdover state is qualified.

Oscillator Type

The type of oscillator installed in the Timing Client.

Output Stratum

Stratum level: 1 to 3

Time Section

Describes status for timing synchronization.

Current Sync Source

Indicates the reference source used by the Timing Client.

Input Quality

Input Time accuracy, Stratum 1 to 3.

State

State of the Timing Client as a time source:

  • Acquiring—in process to lock to a provisioned reference
  • Lock—locked to a provisional reference
  • Freerun—no reference is available
  • Holdover—in holdover state after all references are disqualified

Output Stratum

Output Stratum level: 1 to 3

Synch Source Priority Section

Describes the priority of various available clock references the Timing Client uses for synchronization.

Priority List

Lists all available clock references in orders of priority for synchronization.

Timing Output SectionDescribes the configuration of the timing outputs.

1/5/10Mhz Output

Indicates if the output frequency of the 1/5/10 MHz. output is either 1MHz, 5MHz, or 10MHz.

PPx Output

Indicates the availability of the PPx output. Available options are PPS, PPM, PPS2 or PPH.

Daylight Saving Time SectionDescribes the configuration of daylight saving time (DST).

Offset

Indicates the configured DST offset value.

Start Date

Indicates the date and month on which the DST starts.

Start Time

Indicates the UTC time scale (in 24-hour format) at which the DST starts.

End Date

Indicates the date and month on which the DST ends.

End Time

Indicates the DST time scale (in 24-hour format) at which the DST ends.

The Status Page—PTP Pane

Figure 26: Timing Client Status Page—PTP Pane

Timing Client Status Page—PTP Pane

Table 9 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—PTP Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 9: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—PTP Pane

Element

Description

PTP SectionThis section provides PTP information pertaining to the Timing Client.

Version Number

IEEE 1588-2008 version number.

Port Status

Indicates the current state of the PTP port. The values are:

  • PTP_STATE_INITIALIZING
  • PTP_STATE_FAULTY
  • PTP_STATE_DISALBED
  • PTP_STATE_LISTENING
  • PTP_STATE_PRE_MASTER
  • PTP_STATE_MASTER
  • PTP_STATE_PASSIVE
  • PTP_STATE_UNCALIBRATED

Mode

Indicates that the Timing Client is a PTP slave.

GM Clock Class

Indicates the traceability of the time or frequency distributed by the PTP Grandmaster clock. Clock classes are defined by the IEEE 1588-2008 spec, and are used in the Best Master Clock algorithm.

GM Clock Accuracy

Indicates the clock accuracy of the PTP Grandmaster clock. Clock accuracy value is also used in the Best Master Clock algorithm.

GM Priority-1

Indicates the priority-1 value of the PTP Grandmaster clock. The values range from 0 to 255. Priority-1 value is used in the Best Master Clock algorithm.

GM Priority-2

Indicates the priority-2 value of the PTP Grandmaster clock. The values range from 0 to 255. Priority-2 value is used in the Best Master Clock algorithm.

Domain Number

Indicates the current PTP domain which the Timing Client participates in.

GM Clock Variance

Indicates the inherent precision of the PTP Grandmaster clock. Clock variance is used in the BMC (Best Master Clock) algorithm.

Delay Mechanism

Indicates the delay measurement between the Grandmaster and slave. The system supports E2E.

LI-59

Indicates the last minute of the current UTC day contains 59 seconds. This field is used during leap second correction.

LI-61

Indicates the last minute of the current UTC day contains 61 seconds. This field is used during leap second correction.

Clock Identity

Indicates the local clock identity in 64 bits UUID.

Two Steps

Indicates the option for using one step or two step functions for the PTP protocol.

Port Number

Indicates the port number of the Grandmaster the PTP communicates with.

Offset From Master

Indicates the time difference between the TCA6500 Timing Client and the PTP Grandmaster.

Parent Src Port ID

Indicates the source port ID of the Grandmaster clock.

GM Current UTC Offset

Displays the offset between TAI and UTC for the Grandmaster clock. When the Grandmaster is locked to GPS. The current value of the UTC offset is 33.

GM Freq Traceable

Shows whether the frequency determining the time scale of the Grandmaster clock is traceable to a primary standard.

GM Time Traceable

Indicates whether the timestamp of the Grandmaster clock is traceable to a primary standard.

GM Time Source

Indicates the time source currently in use by the Grandmaster clock. Available options are GPS or Internal clock.

GM PTP Timescale

Displays the clock time scale of the Grandmaster clock. Available options are TRUE if it is PTP, or FALSE if not PTP.

Sync Interval

Indicates the number of sync packet per second the Grandmaster sends. Values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 pps.

Announce Interval

Indicates how long in seconds for the Grandmaster to send the announce packet. The values are one packet per 1, 2, 4 or 8 seconds.

Delay Req Interval

Indicates the number of delay packet per second the Grandmaster sends. Values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 pps.

PTP STATThis section displays the PTP statistics pertaining to the Timing Client.

Port Type

Indicates that the port of the Timing Client is a slave.

Valid Sync Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of valid synchronization messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Valid Announce Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of valid announce messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Valid Delay Responses Rcvd

Indicates the total number of valid delay responses received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Invalid Followup Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of invalid follow up messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Invalid Delay Responses Rcvd

Indicates the total number of invalid delay responses received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Valid Followup Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of valid follow up messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Valid Delay Req Sent

Indicates the total number of valid delay requests sent from the Timing Client to the PTP source.

Invalid Sync Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of invalid synchronization messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Invalid Announce Msgs Rcvd

Indicates the total number of invalid announce messages received by the Timing Client from the PTP source.

Clear Stat Button

Click to clear PTP statistics.

Note: Read-Only users cannot clear the displayed PTP statistics.

The Status Page—GPS Pane (When GPS Option Is Connected)

Figure 27: Timing Client Status Page—GPS Pane

Timing Client Status Page—GPS Pane

Table 10 describes the elements that appear on the Status page—GPS Pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 10: Elements on the Timing Client Status Page—GPS Pane

Element

Description

GPS SectionThis section provides information about the GPS functionality

Receiver Description

Indicates the source that the Timing Client uses to synchronize time.

Receiver Status

Indicates the GPS receiver status of the Timing Client clock. Option states are:

  • Good—Receiver is functioning normally
  • No GPS Time.
  • Doing Fixes—GPS receiver is tracking minimum of three satellites for position solution
  • No Usable Satellites.
  • Survey in Progress—GPS board is in self-survey mode and waiting to complete. Do not move unit until finished.
  • Position is Questionable—Saved stored position does not track to the GPS location while tracking present moment.
  • Almanac not Complete—GPS constellation information not completely downloaded. Upon initial power-on, can take up to 12.5 minutes.
  • Not Tracking Satellites.
  • Only X usable satellite(s).
  • The chosen Satellite is unusable.
  • TRAIM rejected the fix—Timing Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring, only in Timing GPS boards, will disregard satellite with highest residual range rate.

Antenna Status

Indicates the condition of the connection between the Timing Client sync-server and the antenna.

  • Open—Electronically open.
  • Short—Electronically short.
  • Good—Electronically good.

Antenna Voltage

Indicates the antenna voltage. Available options are 3.3v or 5.0v

Anti-Jamming

Indicates whether the anti-jamming functionality of the Resolution SMT GPS Timing Receiver is enabled or disabled.

Note: This field is visible only if the TCA6500 Timing Client uses the Resolution SMT GPS Timing Receiver.

Position

Indicates the coordinates of the Timing Client antenna.

Altitude

Indicates the height of the antenna as determined using GPS information relative to sea level.

Number of Usable Satellites

Indicates the number of satellites observed.

Satellites SectionThis window provides information about the satellites to which the Timing Client has established a connection.

Sat Number

Indicates the number of the satellite observed.

Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)

Indicates the strength of the satellite signal. Typical SNR value should be 4 AMU or higher.

Status

Indicates the communication status between the satellite and the Timing Client.

  • Acquired—Communication is established.
  • Never Acquired—Communication with a satellite has never been established.

Modified: 2015-08-31