The CPU-3 plug-in card controls call rocessing for the Tellabs 1000 system. It allocates timeslots for subscribers who have gone off-hook, cancels time slots for terminated calls, relays provisioning information to and from subscriber interfaces, and provides automatic concentration during span failures.
Connection Admission Control Functions
The CPU-3 card hosts the systems Connection Admission Control (CAC function). CAC initiates, maintains, and tears down virtual channel connections set up by the user. The CPU-3 manages bandwidth and controls allocation of VPI/VCI resources.
The CPU-3 plug-in card contains the menu-driven Tellabs 1000 Craft Interface software. Connect to the Craft Interface with a simple terminal, such as a VT100, to perform system administration, maintenance, testing, and provisioning. Access the Craft Interface using the standard RS-232 port located on the air ramp portion of the CBA, through wire-wrap backplane pins, or through a LAN connection using the IPMI plug-in card.