Ok, welcome everyone again. Today we’ll show you how to quickly connect CPEs of huawei. One of them is 8546M of course in GPON. As a second device we have kind of a media converter- 8010 also from huawei. At this moment on each there’s LOSS. On this too. Ok. We connect everything to OLT MA5608T equipped with GPBD card, which is 8 PONS with SFP C+ modules, also with MCUD card- this’s our uplink and of course with Power AC. To all this we also plug EXTRALINK splitter 1:8- it should be fine. Ok, let’s do it. To start with, we won’t show you how to login via the console because probably everyone knows it. We login to the OLT. Firstly we’ll run the Internet on the uplink port. We won’t discuss about vlans here. I’m sorry. At the beginning we have to find all the cards that interest us. Display board 0 These are all of our cards i.e. GPBD, MCUD- uplink and of course Power. Next, board confirm 0. All slots i.e also the first one and the second one. Ok, we’ve got it all. We have here a small router from 10.15 subclass, so we’ll choose any free address. Interface.. Let’s configure the address. Let’s choose, for example, 10.15.0.207 255.255.255.0. I think that this one should be free. Of course the mask is standard. Ok, that’s it. Now we need routing to make it all work. Static routing of course. On the gateway 10.15.01. Ok, that’s it. Now, we have to create all the necessary profiles. The first profile is DBA where we’ll create 1gb bandwidth. Add profile id 10. Here 4. Of course we want maximum 1gb which is 1024 and 3 zeros. Ok, success. Now, we’ll open profiles we need for ont devices. This will be a lineprofile. Of course GPON. Profile id set to 10… so we stick to it. DBA profile id is still 10. Next step is to add gem ports. Mapping. Of course vlan. Mapping to the gem port. We have default vlan 1- we didn’t change that. We won’t explain step by step what’s going on exactly in these commands. You’ll find more details and descriptions of all the commands at www.anteny24.com On the website there’ll be a detailed explanation concerning Which profile is for what and what these profiles actually are for. The next profile is service profile for ont. Srv profile, of course GPON. Profile id is still 10. Ont port eth 1. Port vlan eth 1. Ok, success. Confirm and quit. Ok, now we proceed to the GPON interface which interests us. In our case it’ll be interface GPON 0/1, because of the card which is number 1. Ok, now enable auto-find of unregistered terminals. On port 0 because we have connection under such PON. So port 0. Ont auto-find enable. Now, we can see all unregistered CPEs. Auto-find on port 0. Ok, we have the first one. This one. Now, we connect the second one. Of course PONS are blinking because nothing hasn’t been registered yet. So we have two unregistered huawei devices. Let’s register them right now. Let’s start with the first one from the top. Ont on port 0. Ont id as first it’ll be 0 and we authenticate by the SN code. We can’t forget about the profiles. Id 10. Ont srv pofile id is still 10 and description- huawei 1. Ok, we’ve authenticated PON- it isn’t blinking but the light is permanent. Then to start the Internet service we also need to create a service port. That is service port 1. Vlan 1. GPON 0/1/0 because this is this card, i.e. board 0, card 1, PON 0. Ok, we go on. Ont 0. Gem port 1, multivervice user vlan 1. Ok, now let’s see if this works. We’ve launched the Internet service. Of course everything is in bridge mode and we got addresses from the right subclass. We have Internet- great! Through this CPE. Ok. We’ve got one more to register. Let’s see if we can register this CPE. Again we enter the GPON interface 0/1. Because we want this one. Display ont auto-find 0. We have one more because we already have registered the previous terminal. So let’s do it. Ont confirm on port 0. Ont id this time is the first i.e the second one Copy SN. Line profile id of course 10. Srv profile id also 10. Description- huawei 2. Success. Next step is to create another service port. Service port this time is the second one. Vlan on GPON 0/1/0 because we’re still using card 1 on board 0 and PON 0. Ok, now ont is going to be with number 1 because here is another id gem port 1, multiservice user vlan, of course, 1. Now let’s check our CPE. As you can see the port has already stopped blinking. It’s constantly green. It means that CPE has been registered on our OLT. So let’s quickly check whether we’ll have the Internet by DHCP. We immediately got it. Maybe we can show it again. After unplugging the cable. There’s no connection. When we plug it in LAN diode is glowing. We immediately get address by DHCP. From the subclass we want i.e. 10.15. Now, we verify if we have Internet. Success! In this simple way you can connect huawei CPEs to the OLT. In this short movie it’ll be all and in the next one we’ll show how to connect NanoG to the huawei OLT in a similar way. Thanks and see you in the next movie.