Configure, Bonding Channel RFGW-1 with MC3GX60V and DTI Server TC1000

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Connect the RF Gateway 1

1 Connect a network cable to the management port located on the rear panel of the

RF Gateway 1 chassis.

2 Open a web browser and enter the management port IP address.

Configuring the Annex

The annex setting applies to all carriers in the RF Gateway 1, including ITU-A (DVB), ITU-B (open cable), or ITU-C (Japan applications). Mixed annex settings are not supported.

1 Navigate to the System/System Configuration page

Note: Changing annex settings will clear the database to defaults.

2 In the QAM Encoding Type field, enter annex setting.

3 Click Apply

Configure the Management Port (10/100) and Virtual IP Address for each GbE Port Pair IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway

1 Navigate to the System/IP Network page.

Enable QAM Port

1 Navigate to the QAMS page.

2 In the tree menu, select the desired Card/RF Port.

3 In the Port Control field, set the parameter to On.

4 Click Apply

Enable Individual Carriers

1 Navigate to the QAMS page.

2 Expand the tree menu to select the Card/RF Port/QAM Channel.

3 In the Channel Mode field, set the parameter to Normal.

4 Click Apply

Configure Port Output Parameters

1 Navigate to the QAMS page.

2 Expand the tree menu and select desired RF Port.

3 In the Port Modulation field, select desired modulation (64 vs. 256 QAM).

4 In the Port Output Level field, enter output level.

5 In the Combined Channels field, select the number of active carriers per port (i.e.,

for four carriers per port, set Combined Channels to quad).

6 In the Channel Number field, select channel frequencies.

Note: Combined Channels are limited to be spaced contiguously (separated by

the chosen channel spacing) from the frequency of the lowest carrier. Therefore,

only the frequency of the first carrier of a port may be configured.

7 Click Apply

Configure Individual Carrier Output Parameters

1 Navigate to the QAMS page.

2 Expand the tree menu, and select the desired QAM Channel.

3 In the Transport Stream ID field, enter stream ID.

4 In the Channel Spectrum Inversion field, set the parameter to Normal (for most

applications)

5 In the Channel PRBS Stuffing field, set the parameter to On (for most applications.)

6 In the Channel Interleave Depth field, select the interleave type.

7 In the Channel PMT Rate and Channel PAT Rate fields, enter desired playout rates.

8 Click Apply.

Channel Application Mode

The RF Gateway 1 operates in various network scenarios including table video, VOD, SDV, and data modes (pre-DOCSIS 3.0 wideband as well as full M-CMTS (DTI) scenarios). These various scenarios are configurable on a per carrier basis, using the Channel Application Mode setting.

To Configure Channel Application Mode

1 Navigate to the Maps page.