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Cisco ONS 15305 Quick Installation Manual

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Quick Start Guide Cisco ONS 15305 Quick Installation Guide Release 2.0 December 2004 Obtaining Documentation Translated Warnings Documentation Feedback Installation Materials for ONS 15305 Cisco Product Security Overview Installing the ONS 15305 Obtaining Technical Assistance ONSCLI—Command Line Interface Obtaining Additional Publications...
  • Page 2: Obtaining Documentation

    Obtaining Documentation Cisco documentation and additional literature are available on Cisco also provides several ways to obtain technical assistance and other technical resources. These sections explain how to obtain technical information from Cisco Systems. You can access the most current Cisco documentation at this URL:
  • Page 3: Documentation Feedback

    • Obtain assistance with security incidents that involve Cisco products. • Register to receive security information from Cisco. A current list of security advisories and notices for Cisco products is available at this URL: If you prefer to see advisories and notices as they are updated in real time, you can access a Product Security Incident Response Team Really Simple Syndication (PSIRT RSS) feed from this URL:
  • Page 4: Obtaining Technical Assistance

    Reporting Security Problems in Cisco Products Cisco is committed to delivering secure products. We test our products internally before we release them, and we strive to correct all vulnerabilities quickly. If you think that you might have identified a vulnerability in a Cisco product, contact PSIRT: •...
  • Page 5 URL: For S1 or S2 service requests or if you do not have Internet access, contact the Cisco TAC by telephone. (S1 or S2 service requests are those in which your production network is down or severely degraded.) Cisco TAC engineers are assigned immediately to S1 and S2 service requests to help keep your business operations running smoothly.
  • Page 6: Obtaining Additional Publications

    Definitions of Service Request Severity To ensure that all service requests are reported in a standard format, Cisco has established severity definitions. Severity 1 (S1)—Your network is “down,” or there is a critical impact to your business operations. You and Cisco will commit all necessary resources around the clock to resolve the situation.
  • Page 7: Quick Overview

    The IP part consists of a L2 switch. The ONS 15305 is a very small device with a very high port density. It is also designed to be flexible and highly scalable. It is targeted for a number of different applications. Please refer to the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide for further details.
  • Page 8: Translated Warnings

    Warning Always use the supplied ESD wristband when working with an ONS 15305. Plug the wristband cable into the ESD jack of the rack assembly and ensure the rack assembly is properly grounded. Translated Warnings Power Disconnection Warning Warning Before working on a system that has an on/off switch, turn OFF the power and unplug the power cord.
  • Page 9 ¡Advertencia! Antes de utilizar cualquier sistema equipado con interruptor de Encendido/Apagado (ON/OFF), cortar la alimentación y desenchufar el cable de alimentación. Varning! Slå AV strömmen och dra ur nätsladden innan du utför arbete på ett system med strömbrytare. Laser Radiation Warning Warning Invisible laser radiation may be emitted from disconnected fibers or connectors.
  • Page 10: Installation Materials For Ons 15305

    Installation Materials for ONS 15305 Several items are needed to complete the installation of the ONS 15305. Some of these items are supplied by Cisco and some need to be supplied by the user. The following are the Cisco-supplied materials: •...
  • Page 11: Installing The Ons 15305

    The shelf assembly is allocated for installation in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) rack. Note You can also install the ONS 15305 in a ETSI rack (23.6 in [600-mm]) rack by using extension brackets to convert it. You need two 1-RU extension brackets for this procedure. The brackets...
  • Page 12 Move the ONS 15305 to the desired rack position (Figure 1 Figure Step 4 Secure the ONS 15305 to the rack. Tighten the ONS 15305 with four screws (Figure 1 Figure Figure 1 Front Face-Out in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack...
  • Page 13 DC Power OV -48DC-48DC The ONS 15305 cabinet shall always be tied to a suitable earth reference potential as described in the “Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305” section on page 16. The 48-V power interface of ONS 15305 is galvanically insulated from the cabinet. The positive pole of the 48-V supply (0 VDC) shall always be connected to the same earth potential at the station battery on the PDP side.
  • Page 14 Warning Before installing power to the ONS 15305, remove the fuses from both the A and B sides of the battery distribution bay (BDB) and power distribution panel (PDP). Failure to do so can result in injury or death. Step 1 Remove the A- and B-side fuses from the BDB and the PDP.
  • Page 15 AC 230V Module Not Installed in ONS 15305 Warning If the AC 230V module is not installed in ONS 15305, do not connect the power cable to mains. This will cause condensators inside the module to charge. Even if the power cable is removed from an uninstalled module, the discharge time will be long.
  • Page 16 Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305 It is vital that the ONS 15305 cabinet is properly grounded. When installed in a rack, the ONS 15305 cabinet will be tied to the rack reference potential through the mounting brackets (earth, ground potential).
  • Page 17 Remove the Phillips screw from the ONS 15305 (Figure 5). Step 2 Affix the flat connector with the washer and the socket screw on the ONS 15305 (Figure 5). Step 3 Insert the grounding cable in the flat cable plug and crimp the plug with a crimping tool (Figure 6).
  • Page 18 Installing Service Modules This section describes installation procedures that are common and independent of service module type. For details on each service module, see the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide. Interconnections and cabling are described in “Interconnections and Cable Handling” section on page It is possible to freely mix the four interface modules.
  • Page 19 All modules support hot insertion and removal. When the module is replaced the switch must be activated and then the MOD FAIL LED must be extinguished before the module is removed. It is also possible to deactivate the module from the Cisco Edge Craft terminal. A special tool, the Card Extraction Tool (Figure 7) is needed to remove the module.
  • Page 20 For details about the installation of SFP modules, please see the following documents: • Installing GBIC, SFP and XFP Optics Modules in Cisco ONS 15454, 15327, 15600, and 15310 Platforms
  • Page 21 Before making the necessary interconnections, connect the grounding wrist strap. To install fiber-optic cables in the ONS 15305, connect a fiber cable with LC connector type to the transmit and receive ports of the transmission system. On the ONS 15305 module, the transmit and receive ports are located at the connector array of the unit.
  • Page 22 On the ONS 15305 module, the electrical ports are located at the connector array of the system. Cisco recommends that you label the electrical cable at each end before installation to avoid confusion with cables that are similar in appearance.
  • Page 23: Onscli-Command Line Interface

    ONS 15305. • Fiber-optic patchcords route through the rack. • Electrical cables route through the rack. • Each cable is labeled. For connection to the ONS 15454, see Installing the Cisco ONS 15216 100 GHz DWDM Note Filters. ONSCLI—Command Line Interface ONSCLI is a line-oriented ASCII-based management interface to ONS 15305, by means of which simple commands—possibly with parameters—can be issued to access or modify the ONS 15305...
  • Page 24 Stop bits Flow control None The VT100 port (Console port) for the ONS 15305 is provided using a RJ-45 connector. The cable for connecting the VT100 port to the serial port on the PC are provided. Invoke ONSCLI Step 1 Connect the VT100 interface of the network element to a free COM port of the PC running the Cisco Edge Craft application.
  • Page 25 Figure 8 Logon Window Step 4 The terminal application launches (Figure 9). Figure 9 Start Window Step 5 Enter the COM port name and select OK. Step 6 An ONSCLI session is invoked by typing onscli in terminal window. User authentication (password, 6 to 12 ASCII characters) is required, as the following session start-up sequence shows.
  • Page 26 >ONSCLI -------------------------------------------------- ONS 15305 Command Line Interface -------------------------------------------------- Enter ONSCLI password: ****** ONSCLI> Step 7 When access has been granted, you can define the following parameters: IP-Configuration(Management-Port): Show-Current-Alarms: Change-Passwords: Manage CLI/TELNET passwords Erase-CDB: Reset-Device: Display-Event-Log: Clear-Event-Log: Community-Handler: Management-Modes: Running-Config: Exit: It is sufficient to type leading characters of the command name to avoid ambiguity—the same...
  • Page 27 Exit The Exit command is used to terminate an ONSCLI session. The ONSCLI session is automatically terminated after a period of 30 minutes of inactivity. ONSCLI does not accept simultaneous sessions. Syntax Rules An ONSCLI command line begins with a prompt (issued by ONSCLI), which serves to indicate the current position in the command hierarchy.
  • Page 28 Some commands (in particular, the Show command) can potentially produce many lines of output. After a predetermined number of lines of output in response to a single command, the user is prompted to enter y(es) or n(o) to continue the output. The line number limit is defined with the DISPLAY-LINES parameter of the Command-Line-Interface command.
  • Page 29 <string> is a string of graphical ASCII characters, excluding quotation marks ("). If the string contains one or more spaces, then it MUST be enclosed in quotation marks. The maximum length of the string is context-dependent; <MAC address> is exactly 12 hexadecimal digits; <time>...
  • Page 30: Initial Configuration

    Initial Configuration Use the procedures in this section to do the most important configurations of ONS 15305. The most important tasks involved in initial configuration of ONS 15305 are: • Configure Community-handler • Assign an IP Address • Change Passwords •...
  • Page 31 In ONS 15305 Release 2.0, an additional management mode, system mode, is added. System mode has two options: IP and IPUNNUMBERED. The desirable system mode should be set before configuring the IP settings on the ONS 15305, since this is a strategic choice to align with the existing design of management data communication network.
  • Page 32 Step 4 Press Enter. System Mode—IP Unnumbered Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt: ONSCLI> Management-modes\sys sys=ipun Change management configuration, are you sure? (y/n)? Step 2 Press y. Step 3 Assign an IP address. If system mode is IP unnumbered, use the following command: ONSCLI>Device\Management-Configuration\IP-Configuration IP-ADDRESS=, SUBNET-MASK= For most commands, if no parameters are supplied, then all of the current parameter values are...
  • Page 33: Further Configuration Of Ons 15305

    Further Configuration of ONS 15305 Please see CiscoEdge Craft Software Guide for instructions related to further configuration and ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide for details concerning the equipment. See the Commissioning Wizard and the MCN Wizard in CiscoEdge Craft.
  • Page 34 12. Provision circuits including cross-connections. 13. Configure protection SNCP and MSP if needed and consider performing configuration backup.
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