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Hardware Specifications

   
Vendor/Brand LEOX
Model LXT-010G-D
Chipset Realtek RTL9601D
Flash SPI NOR 16MB
RAM 32MB
System Linux 3.18 (Luna SDK 3.3)
2.5GBaseT No
Optics Bosa on Board (BoB)
IP address 192.168.100.1/24
Web Gui yes
SSH  
Telnet ✅ user leox, password leolabs_7
Serial ✅
Serial baud 115200
Serial encoding 8-N-1
Form Factor ONT

Serial

The ONT has a TTL 3.3v UART console (configured as 115200 8-N-1) that can be accessed from the top surface.

Useful files and binaries

Useful files

  • /var/config/lastgood.xml - Contains the user portion of the configuration

  • /tmp/omcilog - OMCI messages logs (must be enabeled, see below)

Useful binaries

  • /etc/scripts/flash - Used to manipulate the config files in a somewhat safe manner
  • xmlconfig - Used for low-level manipulation of the XML config files. Called by /etc/scripts/flash
  • nv - Used to manipulate nvram storage, including persistent config entries via nv setenv/nv getenv
  • omcicli - Used to interact with the running OMCI daemon
  • omci_app - The OMCI daemon
  • diag - Used to run low-level diagnostics commands on the stick

GPON ONU status

Getting the operational status of the ONU

diag gpon get onu-state

Querying a particular OMCI ME

# omcicli mib get MIB_IDX

GPON/OMCI settings

Getting/Setting ONU GPON Serial Number

# /etc/scripts/flash get GPON_SN
GPON_SN=TMBB00000000
# /etc/scripts/flash set GPON_SN TMBB0A1B2C3D

Getting/Setting ONU GPON PLOAM password

# /etc/scripts/flash get GPON_PLOAM_PASSWD
GPON_PLOAM_PASSWD=AAAAAAAAAA
# /etc/scripts/flash set GPON_PLOAM_PASSWD AAAAAAAAAA

Getting/Setting OMCI software version (ME 7)

# nv setenv sw_custom_version0 YOURFIRSTSWVER
# nv setenv sw_custom_version1 YOURSECONDSWVER

Getting/Setting OMCI hardware version (ME 256)

# /etc/scripts/flash get HW_HWVER
HW_HWVER=V2.0
# /etc/scripts/flash set HW_HWVER MYHWVERSION

Getting/Setting OMCI vendor ID (ME 256)

# /etc/scripts/flash get PON_VENDOR_ID  
PON_VENDOR_ID=ZTEG
# /etc/scripts/flash set PON_VENDOR_ID HWTC

Getting/Setting OMCI equipment ID (ME 257)

# /etc/scripts/flash get GPON_ONU_MODEL
GPON_ONU_MODEL=DFP-34X-2C2
# /etc/scripts/flash set GPON_ONU_MODEL DFP-34X-XXX

Getting/Setting OMCI OLT Mode and Fake OMCI

Configure how ONT Stick handle OMCI from OLT:

# /etc/scripts/flash get OMCI_OLT_MODE
OMCI_OLT_MODE=1
# /etc/scripts/flash set OMCI_OLT_MODE 2
Value Note OMCI Information
0 Default Mode Stock setting, some values cannot be changed
1 Huawei OLT Mode Huawei MA5671a
2 ZTE OLT Mode ZTE
3 Customized Mode Custom Software/Hardware Version, OMCC, etc…
21 Owerflow Mode Custom Software/Hardware Version, OMCC, etc… (this is a hack and causes sigsegv of /bin/checkomci)

Some vendors/wholesale providers/ISPs have explicit LAN Port Number provisioning or proprietary OMCI that the stick cannot understand, this will make the stick reply OK to whatever the OLT sends it via OMCI.

0 = Disable, 1 = Enable, Default is 0

# /etc/scripts/flash get OMCI_FAKE_OK
OMCI_FAKE_OK=0
# /etc/scripts/flash set OMCI_FAKE_OK 1

Advanced settings

Setting management IP

# /etc/scripts/flash get LAN_IP_ADDR
LAN_IP_ADDR=192.168.2.1
# /etc/scripts/flash set LAN_IP_ADDR 192.168.1.1

Getting/Setting the L2 Bridge MTU

Getting/Setting the MTU of the L2 bridge

# diag switch get max-pkt-len port all 
Port Speed 
---------- 
0 1538 
2 2031 
# diag switch set max-pkt-len port all length 2000

Checking the currently active image

# nv getenv sw_active
sw_active=1
# nv getenv sw_version0
sw_version0=V1_7_8_210412
# nv getenv sw_version1
sw_version1=V1_7_8_210412

Booting to a different image

# nv setenv sw_commit 0|1
# reboot