Timing Synchronization Priority List

Description:

Under the "Physical IMG Name" object the user can select New Timing Synchronization Priority List. This object in ClientView is a list of all the different ports that a T1/E1 clock source can be connected to. Below is an explanation of each of the timing references and how they are used on the IMG. The "Timing Synchronization Priority" object defines the priority that the IMG will use to get a clock source from a T1/E1 span. The priority can be changed as shown below.

 

Accessing this Pane:

Dialogic IMG EMS-> Logical IMG-> Physical IMG -> Timing Synchronization Priority List

 

Maximum Objects:

1 per Physical IMG

 

Related Topics:

Configuring a Synchronization Priority List

 

Click on the Technical Notes link for Technical information on Timing Synchronization Priority lists

 

ClientView Pane:

SC_TimingSyncPriorityList.png

 

Field Descriptions

The priority which the IMG will use the timing ports is generated here. A drop down menu in each of the fields will allow the user to change the priority.

 

ClientView Pane:

SC_TimingSyncPriorityList_10-5-0.png

 

Field Descriptions

The priority which the IMG will use the timing ports is generated here. The priority is shown from left to right. The leftmost entry gets the highest or First priority and then the priority decreases as you move to the right. If you double click in the "User Specified" field the pop up screen below will appear. In the dialog box below the entries can be moved up or down to define the priority. Highlight which entry to move and select the Up or Down button and the entry will move accordingly. Highest priority in this screen is the top entry and priority descends as you move down the list. See screen capture below.

 

SC_TSP_Dialog.png

 

Below is an explanation of each timing reference and how the IMG uses them.

 

Note: The Primary and Secondary Reference designators on Signaling0 and Signaling1 port uses a loop timing source such as T1 or E1. It will not accept an external clock source such an atomic clock. The IMG can get its timing from only a T1/E1 signaling type timing source.