RAy3 – User manual

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RAy3 Microwave Link

User manual

fw 2.0.17.0 (for 10-24 GHz) and fw 1.1.5.0 (for 80 GHz)

2024-06-20
version 1.23

Table of Contents

Legal Notice
Quick guide
1. Product
1.1. Main characteristics
1.2. Mechanical interfaces
1.3. Ethernet + power interfaces
1.4. Service interfaces
1.5. Status LED ( S )
1.6. Sizes, packaging and labeling
1.7. Ordering codes
2. Accessories
3. Step-by-step Guide
3.1. Pre-installation check out
3.2. Service access
3.3. Basic link configuration
3.4. Link test
4. Installation
4.1. Line of sight test
4.2. Antenna mounting
4.3. RAy Unit mounting
4.4. Connectors assembly and disassembly
4.5. Grounding and overvoltage protection
4.6. Power supply
4.7. Start up
5. Configuration
5.1. Web interface
5.1.1. Supported web browsers
5.1.2. Login
5.1.3. User interface buttons
5.1.4. Help
5.1.5. Rollback function
5.2. Status bar
5.3. Status
5.4. Link settings
5.4.1. General
5.4.2. Radio
5.4.2.1. Radio parameters
5.4.2.2. Encryption
5.4.2.3. Link State Propagation (LSP)
5.4.3. Service access
5.4.3.1. Services
5.4.3.2. USB accessories
5.4.3.3. Users
5.4.4. Alarms
5.4.4.1. Alarms Status
5.4.4.2. Alarms Acknowledge
5.4.4.3. Alarms Config
5.5. Switch settings
5.5.1. Status
5.5.1.1. Port status
5.5.1.2. RMON counters
5.5.2. Interface
5.5.2.1. Port setup
5.5.2.2. PIRL
5.5.2.3. Egress queues setup
5.5.3. QoS
5.5.3.1. Port
5.5.3.2. 802.1p ingress
5.5.3.3. 802.1p egress
5.5.3.4. DSCP ingress
5.5.3.5. DSCP egress
5.5.4. Advanced
5.5.4.1. VLAN setup
5.5.4.2. STU setup
5.5.4.3. VTU setup
5.5.4.4. ATU setup
5.6. Tools
5.6.1. Maintenance
5.6.1.1. Backup
5.6.1.2. SW feature keys
5.6.1.3. Firmware
5.6.1.4. Radio adaptation
5.6.1.5. System
5.6.2. Live data
5.6.2.1. Bar indicators
5.6.2.2. Antenna Alignment Tool
5.6.2.3. Frequency spectrum analyzer
5.6.2.4. Radio loopback
5.6.3. History
5.6.3.1. Thumbnails
5.6.3.2. Viewer
5.6.3.3. Data
5.6.4. Logs
5.6.5. Programs
5.6.5.1. Ping
5.6.5.2. CLI
5.7. Help
6. Command Line Interface
6.1. Connection via CLI
6.2. Working with CLI
6.3. Configuration with CLI
7. RAyTools app for Mobile devices
7.1. App versions & availability
7.2. RAy FW requirements
7.3. WiFi requirements
7.4. Functions RAyTools ver.2
7.5. Functions RAyTools ver.3
7.6. Application availability
7.7. Feedback to RACOM
8. Troubleshooting
9. Technical parameters
9.1. RAy3-10 details
9.2. RAy3-11 details
9.3. RAy3-17 details
9.4. RAy3-18 details
9.5. RAy3-24 details
9.6. RAy3-80 details
10. Safety, regulations, warranty
10.1. Regulations
10.2. Safety distance
10.3. Professional installation
10.4. RoHS and WEEE compliance
10.5. RACOM Open Software License
10.6. Warranty
10.7. Declarations of Conformity
10.8. FCC and IC authorization
A. SSH key generation
B. Unit block diagrams
Revision History

List of Figures

1.1. RAy3 – Microwave link
1.2. Waveguide pivot and flange
1.3. Antenna and RAy3 unit
1.4. Grounding screw
1.5. Pressure equalization screw
1.6. Slots ETH1+POE, ETH2
1.7. RJ45 Ethernet connector
1.8. SFP slot
1.9. Power supply connector
1.10. DC-RJ45 adapter
1.11. Power via DC-RJ45 adapter
1.12. SFP possibilities when direct DC power is used
1.13. Slot S
1.14. USB connector
1.15. USB WiFi adapter
1.16. Ethernet adapter
1.17. RSS voltage contacts
1.18. Service interfaces  
1.19. Status LED
1.20. Product label example
1.21. Packaging the RAy3 unit
1.22. Initial arrangement
1.23. SILICONE GREASE capsule Ø45mm × 25mm
3.1. Workplace for link testing and configuration
3.2. Menu Tools > Maintenance > Radio adaptation
3.3. Configuration Menu Link settings > General
3.4. Configuration menu Link settings > Service access > Services
3.5. Configuration menu Link settings > Service access > Users
3.6. Configuration menu Tools > Maintenance > SW Feature keys
3.7. Configuration menu Link settings > Service access > USB accessories
4.1. Fresnel zone
4.2. Antenna mounting
4.3. Fixing screws
4.4. Flexible waveguide assembly
4.5. Grease points on the antenna pivot and RAy unit flange
4.6. Silicone grease
4.7. Horizontal and vertical TX polarization – see the arrow sign
4.8. RAy3 unit with antenna (left-side mounting and horizontal polarization)
4.9. Protective conductor at the RAy unit
4.10. Grounding the RAy unit
4.11. RAy grounding kit
4.12. Protective conductor at the mast
4.13. Slots ETH1+POE, ETH2
4.14. Slot S
4.15. Bushing assembly for metallic Ethernet with short ETH connector 
4.16. Bushing assembly for metallic Ethernet with long ETH connector (for DC-RJ45 adapter or for non-OFA fibre optic cable) 
4.17. Short bushing assembly for fibre optical Ethernet with RACOM / OFA fibre optic cable
4.18. Bushing including long lengthening
4.19. Grounding installation 1
4.20. Grounding installation 2
4.21. Grounding kit universal for 5-11mm cables
4.22. Grounding Kit for 5-11mm cables, assembled
4.23. Grounding kit for S/FTP 4+2 cable
4.24. Grounding kit detail
4.25. Separated lightning conductor
4.26. Example of a correct lead installation.
4.27. Power supply possibilities
4.28. Correct alignment diagram
4.29. Antenna lobe diagram
4.30. Signal strength graph
4.31. Radiation diagrams
4.32. Radiation diagram – incorrect adjustment
4.33. 3D example of more complicated Radiation Pattern
5.1. Login
5.2. Configuration Controls
5.3. Status bar – Everything OK
5.4. Status bar – example of Alarm + Link not OK
5.5. Menu Status > Brief (example)
5.6. Menu Status > Detailed (example)
5.7. Menu Status > Detailed (dual channel)
5.8. Menu Link settings > General
5.9. Menu Link settings > Radio
5.10. Menu Link settings > Radio (Dual channel)
5.11. Menu Link settings > Radio > Encryption
5.12. Menu Link settings > Radio > LSP
5.13. Menu Link settings > Service access > Services
5.14. Menu Link settings > Service access > USB accessories
5.15. Menu Link settings > Service access > Users
5.16. Menu Link settings > Service access > Users > edit
5.17. Menu Link settings > Alarms > Status
5.18. Menu Link settings > Alarms > Acknowledge
5.19. Menu Link settings > Alarms > Config
5.20. Menu Switch settings > Status > Port status
5.21. Menu Switch settings > Status > RMON counters
5.22. Menu Switch settings > Interface > Port
5.23. Menu Switch settings > Interface > PIRL
5.24. PIRL EBS and CBS limits
5.25. Menu Switch settings > Interface > PIRL > Add resource (or Edit resource)
5.26. Menu Switch settings > Interface > Egress queue
5.27. Menu Switch settings > QoS > Port
5.28. Menu Switch settings > QoS > 802.1p ingress
5.29. Menu Switch settings > QoS > 802.1p egress
5.30. Menu Switch settings > QoS > DSCP ingress
5.31. Menu Switch settings > QoS > DSCP egress
5.32. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > VLAN
5.33. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > STU
5.34. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > STU > Add Entry (or Edit Entry or Copy Entry)
5.35. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > VTU
5.36. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > VTU > Add Entry (or Edit Entry or Copy Entry)
5.37. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > ATU
5.38. Menu Switch settings > Advanced > ATU > Add Entry (or Edit Entry or Copy Entry)
5.39. Menu Tools > Maintenance > Backup
5.40. Menu Tools > Maintenance > SW feature keys
5.41. Menu Tools > Maintenance > Firmware
5.42. Menu Tools > Maintenance > Radio adaptation
5.43. Menu Tools > Maintenance > Restart
5.44. Menu Tools > Live Data > Bar indicators
5.45. Antenna Alignment Tool
5.46. Menu Tools > Live Data > Frequency spectrum analyzer
5.47. Menu Tools > Live Data > Radio loopback
5.48. Menu Tools > Live data > Radio loopback result
5.49. Menu Tools > History > Thumbnails
5.50. Menu Tools > History > Thumbnails
5.51. Menu Tools > History > Viewer
5.52. Menu Tools > History > Data
5.53. Menu Tools > Logs
5.54. Menu Tools > Programs > Ping
5.55. Menu Tools > Programs > CLI
5.56. Help menu
5.57. Parameter help
5.58. Configuration menu help
5.59. Summary help
6.1. CLI menu
7.1. RAyTools v.2 icon
7.2. RAyTools v.3 icon
10.1. RoHS and WEEE Declaration of Conformity
10.2. RED Declaration of Conformity for RAy3-10 and RAy3-18
10.3. RED Declaration of Conformity for RAy3-17
10.4. RED Declaration of Conformity for RAy3-24
10.5. RED Declaration of Conformity for RAy3-80
B.1. Block diagram of the unit with 2× 1 Gb/s Eth inputs
B.2. Block diagram of the unit with 1 + 10 Gb/s Eth inputs

List of Tables

1.1. Overview of Jirous Class 3 antennas
1.2. Overview of LEAX-RAy antennas
1.3. Overview of Shenglu-RAy antennas
1.4. Capacity keys code scheme
1.5. Upgrade keys code scheme
4.1. PoE standards according IEEE802.3at/bt and their relevance for RAy units
9.1. Parameters 10 GHz
9.2. Parameters 11/18 GHz
9.3. Parameters 17/24 GHz
9.4. Parameters 80 GHz
9.5. Raw link speed 10 GHz (displayed in user interface)
9.6. Ethernet L1 Link speed 10 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.7. Ethernet L2 Link speed 10 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.8. Radio parameters 10 GHz, BER = 10-6
9.9. ACM switching 10 GHz according to MSE state
9.10. Sub-band Upper/Lower limits, Duplex spacing 10 GHz
9.11. Frequency tables 10 GHz
9.12. Emission designation 10/11/18 GHz (ETSI)
9.13. Emission designation 10/11/18 GHz (FCC)
9.14. Raw link speed 11 GHz (displayed in user interface)
9.15. Ethernet L1 Link speed 11 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.16. Ethernet L2 Link speed 11 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.17. Radio parameters – 11 GHz, BER = 10-6
9.18. ACM switching – 11 GHz according to MSE state
9.19. RAy3-11 Sub-band Upper/Lower limits, Duplex spacing
9.20. Frequency tables 11 GHz
9.21. Raw link speed 17/24 GHz (displayed in user interface)
9.22. Ethernet L1 Link speed 17/24 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.23. Ethernet L2 Link speed 17/24 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.24. Radio parameters 17/24 GHz, BER = 10-6
9.25. ACM switching 17/24 GHz according to MSE state
9.26. RAy3-17 Upper/Lower frequency limits
9.27. Frequency tables 17 GHz
9.28. Emission Designation 17/24 GHz (ETSI)
9.29. Raw link speed 18 GHz (displayed in user interface)
9.30. Ethernet L1 Link speed 18 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.31. Ethernet L2 Link speed 18 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.32. Radio parameters – 18 GHz, BER = 10-6
9.33. ACM switching – 18 GHz according to MSE state
9.34. RAy3-18 Sub-band Upper/Lower limits, Duplex spacing
9.35. Frequency tables 18 GHz
9.36. RAy3-24 Upper/Lower frequency limits
9.37. Frequency tables 24 GHz
9.38. Raw link speed 80 GHz (displayed in user interface)
9.39. Ethernet L1 Link speed 80 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.40. Ethernet L2 Link speed 80 GHz (according to RFC 2544)
9.41. Radio parameters 80 GHz, BER = 10-6
9.42. TX power range 80 GHz
9.43. ACM switching 80 GHz according to MSE state
9.44. RAy3-80 Upper/Lower frequency limits, Duplex spacing
9.45. Frequency tables 80 GHz
10.1. Minimum Safety Distance 24 GHz

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