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Intralink Management System

Intralink Management System

Step By Step Configuration Guide

Step By Step Configuration Guide

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Contents Contents A.

A. GETTING GETTING STARTED...STARTED... 33 1.

1. INSTALL INSTALL JAVA JAVA PLATFORMPLATFORM.. ... 33 2.

2. ASSIGN AN IP ADASSIGN AN IP ADDRESS TO THE PCDRESS TO THE PC... 33

 B.

 B. GETTING GETTING CONNECTCONNECTEDED ...... 55

1.

1. LOGGING LOGGING ININ ... 55 C.

C. CHECKING FUNDAMENTAL HARDWARECHECKING FUNDAMENTAL HARDWARE

OPERATION... OPERATION... 77 D.

D. UPGRADINUPGRADING THE ISR FIRMWARE..G THE ISR FIRMWARE... 99 E.

E. CHANGINCHANGING NETWORK CONG NETWORK CONFIGURATIFIGURATION...ON... 1515 F.

F. LINK LINK CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION ... 1616 1.

1. SET SET DEVISE DEVISE NAMESNAMES ... 1616 2.

2. SET THSET THE CLOCE CLOCK...K... 1616 3.

3. MAKE LINMAKE LINK CONFIK CONFIGURATIGURATIONON... 1717 4.

4. SET ODU TX MUTE CONFIG. (ONLY FOR STANDARDSET ODU TX MUTE CONFIG. (ONLY FOR STANDARD MODE

MODE 1+0)1+0) ... 2121 5.

5. SET PROTECTION CONFIGURATION. (ONLY FORSET PROTECTION CONFIGURATION. (ONLY FOR PROTECTED

PROTECTED NON-DIVNON-DIVERSITY ERSITY 1+1)1+1) ... 2222 6.

6. SET OSET ODU DU CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION... 2222 7.

7. CHECK CHECK DATA DATA LINKLINK ... 2323 G.

G. REMOTE REMOTE SYSTEM SYSTEM CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION ... 2323 H.

H. LINK MONLINK MONITORING....ITORING... 2424 1.

1. STATUS STATUS PANELPANEL ... 2424 2.

2. ALARM ALARM CONFIGURCONFIGURATIONATION ... 2525 3.

3. ACTIVE ACTIVE ALARMSALARMS ... 2525 4.

4. ALARMS ALARMS THRESHOLDTHRESHOLDSS ... 2626 5.

5. ALARM ALARM HISTORY...HISTORY... 2626 I.

I. UPGRADINUPGRADING G THE THE ODU ODU FIRMWAREFIRMWARE ... 2727 1.

1. CHECKING CHECKING ODU ODU FIRMWAFIRMWARERE ... 2727 2.

2. DISABLE DISABLE SPIRAL SPIRAL SEARCH SEARCH MODEMODE ... 2727 3.

3. FTP FTP TOOLTOOL ... 2828 4.

4. ODU ODU UPGRADUPGRADE...E... 2929 5.

5. UPDATING UPDATING TX POWTX POWER LEVER LEVELEL... 3131 6.

6. ENABLE ENABLE SPIRAL SPIRAL SEARCH SEARCH MODEMODE ... 3232 7.

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Contents Contents A.

A. GETTING GETTING STARTED...STARTED... 33 1.

1. INSTALL INSTALL JAVA JAVA PLATFORMPLATFORM.. ... 33 2.

2. ASSIGN AN IP ADASSIGN AN IP ADDRESS TO THE PCDRESS TO THE PC... 33

 B.

 B. GETTING GETTING CONNECTCONNECTEDED ...... 55

1.

1. LOGGING LOGGING ININ ... 55 C.

C. CHECKING FUNDAMENTAL HARDWARECHECKING FUNDAMENTAL HARDWARE

OPERATION... OPERATION... 77 D.

D. UPGRADINUPGRADING THE ISR FIRMWARE..G THE ISR FIRMWARE... 99 E.

E. CHANGINCHANGING NETWORK CONG NETWORK CONFIGURATIFIGURATION...ON... 1515 F.

F. LINK LINK CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION ... 1616 1.

1. SET SET DEVISE DEVISE NAMESNAMES ... 1616 2.

2. SET THSET THE CLOCE CLOCK...K... 1616 3.

3. MAKE LINMAKE LINK CONFIK CONFIGURATIGURATIONON... 1717 4.

4. SET ODU TX MUTE CONFIG. (ONLY FOR STANDARDSET ODU TX MUTE CONFIG. (ONLY FOR STANDARD MODE

MODE 1+0)1+0) ... 2121 5.

5. SET PROTECTION CONFIGURATION. (ONLY FORSET PROTECTION CONFIGURATION. (ONLY FOR PROTECTED

PROTECTED NON-DIVNON-DIVERSITY ERSITY 1+1)1+1) ... 2222 6.

6. SET OSET ODU DU CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION... 2222 7.

7. CHECK CHECK DATA DATA LINKLINK ... 2323 G.

G. REMOTE REMOTE SYSTEM SYSTEM CONFIGUCONFIGURATIONRATION ... 2323 H.

H. LINK MONLINK MONITORING....ITORING... 2424 1.

1. STATUS STATUS PANELPANEL ... 2424 2.

2. ALARM ALARM CONFIGURCONFIGURATIONATION ... 2525 3.

3. ACTIVE ACTIVE ALARMSALARMS ... 2525 4.

4. ALARMS ALARMS THRESHOLDTHRESHOLDSS ... 2626 5.

5. ALARM ALARM HISTORY...HISTORY... 2626 I.

I. UPGRADINUPGRADING G THE THE ODU ODU FIRMWAREFIRMWARE ... 2727 1.

1. CHECKING CHECKING ODU ODU FIRMWAFIRMWARERE ... 2727 2.

2. DISABLE DISABLE SPIRAL SPIRAL SEARCH SEARCH MODEMODE ... 2727 3.

3. FTP FTP TOOLTOOL ... 2828 4.

4. ODU ODU UPGRADUPGRADE...E... 2929 5.

5. UPDATING UPDATING TX POWTX POWER LEVER LEVELEL... 3131 6.

6. ENABLE ENABLE SPIRAL SPIRAL SEARCH SEARCH MODEMODE ... 3232 7.

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A.

A. Getting

Getting Started

Started

1.

1.

Install Java Platform.

Install Java Platform.

The ISR does not require a specific management application, instead it uses a The ISR does not require a specific management application, instead it uses a browser (e.g Internet Explorer, Firefox). Nevertheless java platform is required in browser (e.g Internet Explorer, Firefox). Nevertheless java platform is required in or-der for the browser to display all aspects (get java platform

der for the browser to display all aspects (get java platform free atfree at http://www.java.com/ 

http://www.java.com/ ).).

• Connect the PC to the ISR NMS Connect the PC to the ISR NMS port.port.

2.

2.

Assign an IP address to the PC.

Assign an IP address to the PC.

1.

1. SelectSelect StartStartConnect ToConnect ToShow all connections.Show all connections. 2.

2. RightRight--click theclick the Local Area ConnectionLocal Area Connection and selectand select PropertiesProperties.. 3.

3. Select theSelect theInternet Protocol (TCP/IP)Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check box and click check box and click PropertiesProperties..

The manufacturer provides the ISR units

The manufacturer provides the ISR units with 192.168.0.1 as the default with 192.168.0.1 as the default IP addresses.IP addresses.

Note:

Note: Make sure that the IDU is Make sure that the IDU is not connected to the network (if necessary discon-not connected to the network (if necessary discon-nect IF cable).

nect IF cable).

a)

a) Check if it is the default IP.Check if it is the default IP. Set:

Set: 1.

1. IP AddressIP Address:192.168.0.:192.168.0.254*254* 2.

2. Subnet MaskSubnet Mask:255.255.255.0:255.255.255.0 3.

3. Default GatewayDefault Gateway: :

--Note:

Note: ** When connected to the Network When connected to the Network  use any from (2-254) as long as it is use any from (2-254) as long as it is notnot used as an IDU IP.

used as an IDU IP.

Ping the IDR-LC: Ping the IDR-LC:

1.

1. Select:Select: StartStartRunRun 2.

2. TypeType cmdcmd & press& press ENTERENTER..

3.

3. Type “Type “ping 192.168.0.1ping 192.168.0.1” & press” & press ENTER ENTER.. 1. Click 1. Click Properties Properties 2. Select 2. Select TCP/IP TCP/IP 3. Click 3. Click Properties Properties

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If the IDU does have IP 192.168.0.1 you will get a reply. b) If there is no reply: • •• • Check connectivity. • •• • Change NMS port

c) If it doesn’t seem to be hardware related:

• ••

• Use Serial Connection to find out the IP (see User Manual). •

••

• Use the IP you find to log in.

d) If serial cable is not available:

• Set ISR to default IP address (see User Manual).

• Repeat step a) (Check if it is the default IP) to verify IDU IP address has

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B. Getting Connected

1. Logging In 

To get connected to the ISR, follow the steps below:

1. To launch the browser (during this documentation Internet explorer will be used), double-click the application icon on the desktop:

The browser window appears:

2. Type the IP address of the IDU in the Address Bar and press Enter.

3. The Authentication Window will appear.

• Type User Name • Type Password

• Set to Remember my password

Address Bar

2. Type Password

3. Set Remember my password 1. Type User Name

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4. The Web Graphical User Interface Screen will appear. Final View Menu Navigation Panel Status Panel Configuration Panel 1. Click to view

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C. Checking Fundamental Hardware Operation

a) Perform an ODU Loop.

1. Select the Intralink ISR AnalysisLoopback Panel to view the ISR loop-back capabilities.

Note: Make sure that the remote site is not transmitting in the same frequency.

2. Check Status Panel for Loopback operation

Note: If status reveal problem (not Green) check the troubleshooting guide.

1. Select Loopback 2. Select the Local ODU 3. Set Duration to Indefinite 4. Press Start

2. Check that Loopback is enabled

3. Check that Tx Power is enabled

4. Check that RSL are green

5. Check that S/N is green (>19) 1. Check that ODU is Locked

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b) Disable Loopback Test

1. Select the Intralink ISR AnalysisLoopback Panel to view the ISR loop-back capabilities.

2. Check Status Panel for normal operation

1. Select Loopback

2. Select the Local ODU

3. Press Stop

1. Check that ODU is Unlocked

2. Check that transmitter is active 3. Check that Tx Power is enabled

4. Check that RSL is red

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D. Upgrading the ISR Firmware

a) Install iPorter SW tool.

1. Run the executable (.exe) file to install the iPorter SW tool.

Note: The x.x.x will indicate the iPorter SW tool version.

2. Follow the wizard until the installation is complete.

b) Store in a familiar location the latest firmware package.

Note: The x.x.x will indicate Application Firmware _ Modem Firmware _ r Pack-age Revision.pkg

c) Check ISR firmware at Intralink ISR Administration Maintenance

   Reprogramming Check Application Check Modem Firmware

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d) Run iPorter

1. To launch the iPorter tool press the windows Start button and select Start All ProgramsISRiPorter

2. Click Browse to find and select the ISR firmware package of files to be used in this upgrade.

Note: Make sure that the firmware package versions (Application & Modem firm-ware) are newer than the ones loaded on the ISR (downgrade if not).

Click Next 3. Click Next 1. Click Browse 2. Select latest firmware package

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3. Create a Summary Report.

4. Connect to the ISR

Note: User Name & Password will be provided by Intracom Telecomm (same as log-ging to ISR)

1. Select Text Option

2. Click Browse to specify Location & Title of the Re ort

3. Click Next

1. Indoor IP Address

2. User Name

3. Password 4. Click Next

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5. Select SNMP Version

Note: The Community String will be provided by Intracom Telecomm.

6. iPorter will display the upgrade plan.

1. Select Version 2

2. Type the Community String

3. Click Next

1. View Upgrade Plan

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7. The Status bar will display the update progress.

Note: If, while performing the firmware upgrade, the message "Lost network con-nection to ISR" appears, click Finish and re-do the firmware upgrade from step 1. The iPorter tool will start upgrading from the file it had stopped when the network  connection loss occurred.

8. Modem Update

The iPorter will ask for approval before Modem Upgrade.

Note: If Modem firmware in package is older select “Skip Next Action” to continue the rest of the upgrade.

9. IDU Reboot

Click Continue

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10. Upgrade Finished

Note: If the application (iPorter) is not closed, it retains the last info typed. Thus if  you need to upgrade more IDUs, you can avoid typing most of the fields.

11. Check ISR firmware at Intralink ISRAdministrationMaintenance

  Reprogramming Click Finish 1. Check Firmware 3. Toggle to Bank1 2. Select Firmware that

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E. Changing Network Configuration

1. Select the Intralink ISRAdministrationNetwork Configura-tionGeneral to view the Network Configuration Parameters.

2. Click OK to the popup window to change settings.

3. When new settings are applied connection will be lost.

4. Repeat step B(Getting Connected) using the new IP

1. Select General 2. Set IP 3. Set Netmask 4. Set Gateway 5. Press Update Status Panel

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F. Link Configuration

1.

Set Devise Names 

Select the Intralink ISRAdministrationDevise InformationDevise Names.

2.

Set the Clock 

Select the Intralink ISRAdministrationDevise InformationSet Date & Time.

3. Press Update

2. Fill in Information

1. Select Device names

1. Select Set Date &

Time 2. Select European

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3.

Make Link Configuration 

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link Link Con-figuration.

a) Select ODU Operational Mode

Make appropriate selection as specified on WO. Standard Mode: Unprotected (1+0)

Protected Non-Diversity: Hot Standby (1+1) {Uses only one frequency} Protected Diversity: Frequency Diversity (1+1) {Uses two frequencies} East-West Mode: Repeater Mode (2+0) {One IDU transmitting to two sites}

b) Select IDU Operational Mode

Select IDU Mode (Capacity-Channel Size-Modulation) according to WO.

Note: For full operation of the selected Mode the appropriate interfaces must be pre-sent.

1. Select Link Con-figuration 2. Select Operation Mode 3. Click Next 1. Select Operation Mode 2. Click Next

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c) Select ODU Configuration

For Protected Diversity & East-West Mode you need to set the Tx power to each ODU.

Note: The range of the available Tx Power values will depend on the current modula-tion. Thus, if the required value is not present select the nearest one.

d) Select ODU Channel Selection.

For Protected Diversity & East-West Mode you need to set the frequency (different

1. Select Tx Power

2. Click Next

1. Select Manual Frequency Entry

2. Type the Frequency

3. Click Next

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e) Summary of Configuration

Check the summary of the configuration that you have set and proceed to update. If incorrect settings have been set, select Redo to repeat Configuration.

f) Link Configuration will star.

12. Wait until Successful message appear.

1. Verify Configuration

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g) Restart IDU

Select the Intralink ISRAdministration Maintenance Reboot

Note: After the reboot repeat steps B “Getting Connected” to log in.

h) Set ODU Power

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link ODU Power

Note: This step is required only if power was not set according to WO during

1. Select Reboot

2. Select IDU

3. Press Reboot

1. Select ODU Power 2. Select Tx Power

3. Press Update

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i) Set ODU Channel

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link ODU Channel

For Protected Diversity & East-West Mode you need to set the frequency (different value) to each ODU.

Note: This step is required even if frequency was set according to WO during step d) “Select ODU Channel Selection”

4.

Set ODU Tx Mute Config. (Only for Standard Mode 1+0) 

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link ODU Tx Mute Config. 1. Select ODU Channel 3. Type Frequency 4. Click Next 1. Select ODU Tx Mute Config. 2. Select Output Remains the Same

3. Click Update

2. Select Manual Frequency Entry

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5.

Set Protection Configuration. (Only for Protected Non- 

Diversity 1+1) 

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link Protection Con-figuration

Power down ODU after switch: Disabled Preferred ODU: East

APS Switch: Enabled

Remote Transmitter Switching: Enabled

6.

Set ODU Configuration 

Select the Intralink ISRLink Configuration Radio Link ODU Configura-tion

1. Select Protection Configuration

2. Select Settings

3. Click Update

1. Select ODU

Con-figuration 2. Set SSW to 500 kHz

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7.

Check Data Link 

a) Select the Intralink ISRLink ConfigurationData Link E1/T1 Ports

Make sure that the E1 configured are active (dark black letters).

Click the E1/T1 link a second time to make sure the window is refreshed.

Note: If some E1 are inactive check ISR User Manual for E1/T1 Cannel Map con-figuration

G. Remote System Configuration

Repeat steps A to F for the remote station and then start the alignment procedure. Continue alignment until the specified receiving signal (RSS I) is reached.

After the alignment check link correct operation.

1. Select E1/T1 Port

Active

Not Active

2. Check if Active

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H. Link Monitoring

1.

Status Panel 

EAST MODEM: Bottom Modem WEST MODEM: Top Modem

ACTIVE: Transmitting & Receiving STANDBY: Receiving

NA: Not Available

ERROR: Available but with problems

RSL: Receiving Signal Level

S/N > 19 (Depends on Modulation)

1. Check if modems are locked

2. Check Status of the modems

3. Check correct Tx Power 4. Check correct RLS (±3)

5. Check S/N Level

6. Check correct Frequency

7. Check correct Mode (Capacity) 8. Check correct IP

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2.

Alarm Configuration 

Select the Intralink ISRAnalysisAlarmsConfiguration

Note: You can mask unnecessary alarms later on if required.

3.

Active Alarms 

Check if any of the alarms are unjustifiable.

Note: If unjustifiable alarms exist check troubleshooting in User Manual.

1. Select Configuration

2. Click Uncheck All Mask

3. Click Update

2. Check Alarms 1. Select Active

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4.

Alarms Thresholds 

Select the Intralink ISRAnalysisAlarmsThreshold Unless specified differently in WO, make the following settings:

5.

Alarm History 

Select the Intralink ISRAnalysisAlarmsHistory

1. Select Thresholds

1. Select History

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I. Upgrading the ODU Firmware

1.

Checking ODU Firmware 

Select the IntralinkISR Administration Maintenance Reprogramming Check ODU East & West (in case of 1+1) Firmware

Note: Make sure that the firmware version is newer than the ones loaded on t he ODU (downgrade if not).

2.

Disable Spiral Search Mode 

East Firmware

West Firmware 1. Select

Re ro rammin

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3.

FTP Tool 

For the upgrade procedure a FTP tool (Filezilla) will be used.

DO NOT POWER DOWN THE IDU OR RESET ANY MODULE during the upgrade (even if the connection is lost).

a) Requirements

• ••

• Filezilla version (3.2.6.1 and later). You can find a version from

http://filezilla-project.org

• ••

• east_odu_fw.s19 is the ODU firmware for EAST ODU •

••

• west_odu_fw.s19 is the ODU firmware for WEST ODU

b) Filezilla Settings

• ••

• Open the Filezilla FTP Client. •

••

• On the menu toolbar, select Edit  Settings.

• • •

• In the FileZilla Options window click Connection in the navigation tree.

 In the Timeout group-box, type 999 seconds.

2. Settings 1. Edit

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 In the Maximum Number of retries group-box, type 1 to set the number of retries.

• • •

• In the FileZilla Options window click Transfers in the navigation tree.

 

 Click File types in the navigation tree.

 

 Select the Binary option button.

• • •

• Click OK to apply settings

4.

ODU Upgrade 

a) Upgrade ODU West Firmware (only in 1+1)

Retries

Timeout

Binary

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Using Filezilla, upgrade West ODU firmware with the file provided (west_odu_fw.s19).

• Open the Filezilla FTP Client.

• Type the Address of the ISR as well as the Username and Password

in the respective boxes and click  Quickconnect.

• • •

• In the Local Site (left bottom two panels) browse for the folder where ODU

firmware is located.

• • •

• Locate the west_odu_fw.s19 file and drag the file to the Remote Site panel. •

• •

• The file Status Bar will go to some percent below 100 and stop.

You have to wait ~10min even if the bar disappears.

• In the Management Tree window follow the links:

IntralinkISR Administration MaintenanceReprogramming

Refresh the reprogramming screen in order to see at West firmware the new version (if not perform a controller reboot and check after if new Firmware has been up-loaded successfully). If not, repeat the procedure again with the West ODU firm-ware.

b) Upgrade ODU East Firmware

At this moment the West ODU is transmitting at both stations. Using Filezilla, up-grade East ODU firmware with the file provided (east_odu_fw.s19).

• Open the Filezilla FTP Client.

• Type the Address of the ISR as well as the Username and Password in the

respective boxes and click Quickconnect.

1. Address Box 2. UserName Box 3. Password Box 4. Connect Button Local (PC) Remote (ISR)

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• • •

• In the Local Site (left bottom two panels) browse for the folder where ODU

firmware is located.

• • •

• Locate the east_odu_fw.s19 file and drag the file to the Remote Site panel. •

• •

• The file Status Bar will go to some percent below 100 and stop.

You have to wait ~10min even if the bar disappears.

• In the Management Tree window follow the links:

IntralinkISR Administration MaintenanceReprogramming

Refresh the reprogramming screen in order to see at East firmware the new version (if not perform a controller reboot and check after if the new Firmware has been up-loaded successfully). If not, repeat the procedure again with the East ODU firm-ware.

5. Updating Tx Power level 

In the Management Tree window follow the links:

 j) IntralinkISRLink Configuration Radio Link ODU Power and up-date Tx power to required level (see h) Set ODU Power).

1. Address Box 2. UserName Box 3. Password Box 4. Connect Button Local (PC) Remote (ISR)

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