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Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01
WebEML User Manual
9500 Microwave Packet Radio
WebEML User Manual
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  • Page 1 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual 9500 Microwave Packet Radio WebEML User Manual Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements.
  • Page 2 © 2016 Nokia. Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with applicable agreements.
  • Page 3 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual DANGER Invisible laser radiation is present when the optic connector is open. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Table of Contents Preface ......................41 9500 MPR documentation ....................41 Related documentation .......................43 Naming conventions in the documentation .................44 Audience ........................45 Information symbols ......................45 Contact information ......................46 Technical support ........................46 Documentation feedback.....................46 Safety awareness................47...
  • Page 6 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedures................63 High-level procedure for E1/DS1 provisioning ......65 Purpose .....................65 Procedure ....................65 High-level procedure for E1/DS1 deprovisioning ......67 Purpose .....................67 Procedure ....................67 High-level procedure for DS3 provisioning........69 Purpose .....................69 Procedure ....................69 High-level procedure for DS3 deprovisioning ......71 Purpose .....................71...
  • Page 7 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual System administration ................91 Log in to and out of system............93 13.1 Purpose .....................93 13.2 Prerequisite ....................93 13.3 Overview....................93 13.4 Procedures ....................95 Administer community string............107 14.1 Purpose ....................107 14.2 Overview....................107 14.3 Procedures ....................107 Administer external alarm points on an Auxiliary card ..111...
  • Page 8 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Administer system date and time ..........165 21.1 Purpose ....................165 21.2 General....................165 21.3 Procedures ....................166 Administer system settings............173 22.1 Purpose ....................173 22.2 General....................173 22.2.1 Tributary Port Configuration (ETSI market only) ........173 22.2.2 DHCP server support ................173 22.2.3...
  • Page 9 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Configure EFM OAM..............213 28.1 Purpose ....................213 28.2 Overview....................213 28.3 Procedures ....................213 User administration................217 Administer NE list...............219 29.1 Purpose ....................219 29.2 Prerequisite .....................219 29.3 General....................219 29.4 Procedures ....................219 Administer user profiles ............229 30.1 Purpose ....................229 30.2...
  • Page 10 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual View Remote Inventory ..............279 36.1 Purpose ....................279 36.2 General....................279 36.3 Procedure ....................279 View Event Log ................281 37.1 Purpose ....................281 37.2 General....................281 37.3 Procedures ....................281 Perform debug functions using the Web Server .....285 38.1 Purpose ....................285 38.2...
  • Page 11 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual 43.5.1 Prerequisites....................351 43.6 SDH to LAG: ...................352 43.6.1 Prerequisites....................352 43.7 PDH to Ethernet: ..................352 43.7.1 Prerequisites....................353 43.8 Ethernet to radio: ..................353 43.8.1 Prerequisites....................353 43.9 Radio to radio: ..................354 43.9.1 Prerequisites....................354 43.10 PDH to Ring:....................355 43.10.1...
  • Page 12 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Provision Ethernet Features............427 48.1 Overview....................427 48.1.1 Access Control List..................427 48.1.2 Out of Range VLAN swap ...............427 48.1.3 VLAN remarking ..................427 48.1.4 VLAN swap....................428 Provision equipment port ............429 49.1 Purpose ....................429 49.2 General....................429 49.3...
  • Page 13 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual 56.2 General....................751 56.2.1 Ring’s Fiber Chain Description ..............751 56.2.2 Aided Cross-connection in Cross-connections panel ......753 56.3 Procedure ....................753 Provision protection scheme parameters ........763 57.1 Purpose ....................763 57.2 Procedures ....................763 Provision Protection Type ............771 58.1 Purpose ....................771 58.2...
  • Page 14 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual 64.3 Procedures ....................961 Line Facing PDH/SDH Tributary Loopback ......965 65.1 Purpose ....................965 65.2 General....................965 65.3 Procedures ....................966 OAM Remote Loopback .............975 66.1 Purpose ....................975 66.2 General....................975 66.3 Procedure ....................975 Open and run performance monitoring ........979 67.1 Purpose ....................979 67.2...
  • Page 15 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual 73.2.1 PDH protection ..................1045 73.2.2 Radio protection ..................1046 73.2.3 Modulation scheme ................1046 73.3 Procedures ....................1048 Upgrade and downgrade radio profile ........1057 74.1 Purpose ....................1057 74.2 General....................1057 74.3 Radio profile ..................1057 74.4 Procedures ....................1058 Upgrade MPT-HL to MPT-HL L1 LAG port ......1061...
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  • Page 17 List of Tables Preface ......................41 Table 1 9500 MPR documentation ...............41 Table 2 9500 MPR related documentation ............43 Table 3 Naming conventions ................44 Administer user profiles ............229 Table 4 Default user account profiles ..............230 Perform debug functions using the Web Server .....285 Table 5 Association of the GExx in the command output and the NE port ..286...
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  • Page 19 Figure 6 Equipment connection to earth..............52 Figure 7 Heat-radiating mechanical parts..............52 Figure 8 EMF emission warning ................54 Figure 9 Compliance boundaries for 9500 MPR-A transceivers with 1ft (30 cm) antenna....................54 Figure 10 EMC norms....................55 Figure 11 Electrostatic sensitive ................56 Figure 12 Electrostatic-sensitive sign ................57...
  • Page 20 External Alarm Input Setting tab..............119 Figure 37 External alarm inputs provisioned ............120 Administer In-Band TMN VLAN port .........121 Figure 38 9500 MPR Equipment tab: Core-E Card selected ........124 Figure 39 TMN In-band Settings tab................125 Figure 40 TMN In-band Port Enabled ..............127 Figure 41 TMN In-band Port Disabled ..............128...
  • Page 21 Figure 78 NE Time main menu bar path..............166 Figure 79 NE Time Configuration window ...............167 Figure 80 9500 MPR Web Server date & time setting window........168 Figure 81 NE Time Configuration window ...............169 Figure 82 NTP Configuration drop-down menu ............170 Figure 83 NTP Configuration window ..............171...
  • Page 22 Open window...................224 Figure 118 Network ElemenT List window ..............225 Figure 119 NEtO Overview window................225 Figure 120 JUSM/CT 9500 MPR main screen ............226 Figure 121 Favorite icon ....................227 Figure 122 NEtO Overview window................227 Figure 123 JUSM/CT 9500 MPR main screen ............228 Administer user profiles ............229...
  • Page 23 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual View abnormal condition list .............261 Figure 148 Abnormal Condition List main menu bar path .........261 Figure 149 Abnormal Condition List window .............262 View NE Inventory data ..............263 Figure 150 NE Inventory main menu bar path............264 Figure 151 Diagnosis / NE Inventory window ............265 Figure 152...
  • Page 24 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 181 L1 radio LAG configuration..............330 Administer synchronization ............333 Figure 182 Synchronization settings tab with Core-E (1588TC license present) ....................334 Figure 183 Synchronization settings tab with CorEvo (1588TC license and Sync In/Out SFP not present)..............334 Figure 184 Synchronization Protection tab..............335...
  • Page 25 New AUX Cross Connection ..............405 Figure 235 Delete an AUX Cross Connection ............405 Provision Ethernet ports............407 Figure 236 9500 MPR equipment tab: Core-E card selected ........411 Figure 237 Core-E main view: Ethernet Physical Interface Settings tab (ports 1 to 4) ......................412 Figure 238 Enable/disable Core-E/P8ETH/EASv2/MSS-O Ethernet port ....413...
  • Page 26 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 256 Provision MSS-1 Sync-In/Out SFP port...........437 Figure 257 Resource list area: P8ETH selected............438 Figure 258 Provision P8ETH SFP ports ..............439 Figure 259 Provision EASv2 SFP ports..............439 Figure 260 Provisioned P8ETH SFP port ..............440 Figure 261 PDH main view (ETSI market)..............441 Figure 262...
  • Page 27 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 301 Select EASv2 equipment type ..............485 Figure 302 EASv2 enabled..................486 Figure 303 Select slot associated with MPT-HL/MPT-HLC transceiver to enable......................487 Figure 304 Select MPT-HL/MPT-HLC equipment type..........488 Figure 305 Enabled MPT-HL/MPT-HLC transceiver ..........489 Figure 306 Resource list area: Core-E selected............490 Figure 307...
  • Page 28 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 347 Enabled P8ETH..................533 Figure 348 Disable P8ETH ..................534 Figure 349 P8ETH disabled..................535 Figure 350 Enabled EASv2 ..................536 Figure 351 Disable EASv2..................537 Figure 352 EASv2 disabled ..................538 Figure 353 Enabled P32E1DS1.................539 Figure 354 Disable P32E1DS1..................540 Figure 355...
  • Page 29 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 392 Activate Tx mute and activate SW on Node C ........583 Figure 393 Remove Tx mute to Node D ..............584 Figure 394 Activate Tx mute and activate SW on Node D ........585 Figure 395 Remove Tx mute to Node A ..............586 Figure 396...
  • Page 30 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 428 Node I to NE G: Ethernet-radio cross-connection on NE G ....618 Figure 429 Node I to NE G: Ethernet-PDH cross-connection on NE G.....619 Figure 430 Node I to NE G: Ethernet-Ring cross-connection on Node C....620 Figure 431 Node I to NE G: pass-through cross-connection on Node A ....621 Figure 432...
  • Page 31 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 465 Node A to Node D (protected): pass-through cross-connection on Node B.....................653 Figure 466 Node A to Node D (protected): pass-through cross-connection on Node C ....................654 Figure 467 Node A to Node D (protected): Radio-Ring cross-connection on Node D ....................655 Figure 468 Node A to Node D (protected): PDH-Ring cross-connection on...
  • Page 32 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 498 NE E to Node D: Ethernet-radio cross-connection on NE E....683 Figure 499 NE E to Node D: Ethernet-PDH cross-connection on NE G....684 Figure 500 NE E to Node D: Ethernet-Ring cross-connection on Node A....685 Figure 501 NE E to Node D: pass-through cross-connection on Node A....686 Figure 502...
  • Page 33 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 534 NE F (protected) to Node C (protected): PDH-Ring cross- connection on Node C ................719 Figure 535 NE F (protected) to Node C (protected): pass-through cross- connection on Node A ................720 Figure 536 NE F (protected) to Node C (protected): pass-through cross- connection on Node D ................721...
  • Page 34 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 573 Pass-through cross-connection: One end point is inside the fiber chain (1)....................760 Figure 574 Pass-through cross-connection: One end point is inside the fiber chain (2)....................761 Figure 575 Pass-through cross-connection: Both end points are outside the fiber chain ....................762 Provision protection scheme parameters ........763 Figure 576...
  • Page 35 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 613 MPT-HLC transceiver protection type provisioning .........812 Figure 614 MPT-HLC Settings tab for fixed modulation ..........813 Figure 615 MPT-HLC Settings tab for adaptive modulation ........815 Figure 616 MPT-HLC 1+1 settings tab ..............817 Figure 617 MPT-HLC settings with ATPC ..............819 Figure 618...
  • Page 36 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Perform IPv6 pre-provisioning ..........883 Figure 660 IPv6 Pre-provisioning main menu bar path ..........884 Figure 661 IPv6 Pre-Provisioning Setting Step 1 of 3 window ........884 Figure 662 IPv6 Pre-Provisioning Setting Step 2 of 3 window ........885 Figure 663 Create IPv6 Static Route window ............886 Figure 664...
  • Page 37 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 705 Example of created VLANs ..............937 Figure 706 Port VLAN configuration - Core-E ports ..........938 Figure 707 Port VLAN configuration - EASv2 ports...........939 Figure 708 Network Configuration screen ..............940 Figure 709 Trusted Managers screen................942 Figure 710...
  • Page 38 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Figure 737 Performance Monitoring Tool window .............981 Figure 738 Ethernet port PM ..................982 Figure 739 Compression gain statistics PM ..............983 Figure 740 Radio QoS Ethernet port PM..............984 Figure 741 Configure Ethernet counters for L1 radio LAG PM with EASv2 .....987 Figure 742 Radio port PM..................988 Figure 743...
  • Page 39 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual RF Core Facing Loopback ............1033 Figure 774 RF Filter Port detail................1035 Figure 775 Main Equipment Window: Radio icon highlighted .........1036 Figure 776 Maintenance tab (MPT-HLC shown) .............1037 Figure 777 Radio Maintenance tab................1041 Administer SDH LAG ...............1043 Figure 778 SDH LAG screen ...................1044...
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  • Page 41: Preface

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Preface Preface 9500 MPR documentation Table 1 describes the 9500 MPR documentation. See the current Release Notice for part numbers. Table 1 9500 MPR documentation Document Description 9500 MPR Product...
  • Page 42 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 Preface WebEML User Manual Table 1 9500 MPR documentation (Continued) Document Description 9500 MPR WebEML Provides procedures for performing system operations using the User Manual WebEML interface, including: provisioning, performance monitoring, protection switching, and administration activities.
  • Page 43: Related Documentation

    • ANSI Maintenance and Trouble Clearing • Maintenance and Trouble Clearing chapter from the ETSI MSS-O/1/4/8 User Manual Related documentation Table 2 describes the 9500 MPR related documentation. See the Release Notice for part numbers. Table 2 9500 MPR related documentation Guide...
  • Page 44: Naming Conventions In The Documentation

    Description 9500 MPR Technical Provides technical specifications for MPT-HLC and HLS. Specifications for Full Indoor Applications 9500 MPR TMN Describes TMN networking in the 9500 MPR. Networking Guide 9500 MPR Cross- Provides information about supported cross-connections. connections Reference Tables 9500 MPR-A MPT- Provides transmit power specifications for legacy radios.
  • Page 45: Audience

    Warning statements and notes are provided in each chapter. The following symbols are contained in the 9500 MPR documentation. Danger: indicates that the described activity or situation may result in serious personal injury or death; for example, high voltage or electric shock hazards.
  • Page 46: Contact Information

    Contact information Technical support If you purchased a service agreement for your 9500 MPR and related products from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased an Nokia service agreement, check this link for instructions to contact Support personnel: Web: http://support.alcatel-lucent.com...
  • Page 47: Safety Awareness

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Safety awareness 1 Safety awareness 1.1 Safety EMC-EMF-ESD norms and equipment labeling This section describes the equipment labeling and the norms mandatory or suggested that must be considered to avoid injuries on persons and/or damage to the equipment.
  • Page 48: Labels Indicating Danger, Forbidding, Command

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 Safety awareness WebEML User Manual • “personnel which has adequate technical knowledge and experience necessary to be aware of the danger that may occur when performing an operation and of the necessary measurements to reduce the danger to a minimum for themselves and for others”.
  • Page 49: Dangerous Electrical Voltages

    Pay attention to the information stated in the following, and proceed as instructed. The symbols presented in following paragraphs are all the possible symbols that could be present on Nokia equipment, but are not all necessarily present on the equipment this handbook refers to.
  • Page 50: Safety Instructions

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 Safety awareness WebEML User Manual 1.3.1.2 Safety instructions: Danger: Carefully observe the specific procedures for installation / turn-up and commissioning / maintenance of equipment parts where D.C. power is present, described in the relevant installation / turn-up and commissioning / maintenance documents and the following general rules: •Personal injury can be caused by -48VDC.
  • Page 51: Moving Mechanical Parts

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Safety awareness Figure 4 Openings must be covered 1.3.3 Moving mechanical parts 1.3.3.1 Labeling: The warning label in Figure 5 is affixed next to fans or other moving mechanical parts: Figure 5 Moving mechanical parts 1.3.3.2...
  • Page 52: Equipment Connection To Earth

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 Safety awareness WebEML User Manual 1.3.4 Equipment connection to earth 1.3.4.1 Labeling: Terminals for equipment connection to earth, to be done according to international safety standards, are pointed out by the symbol in Figure Figure 6 Equipment connection to earth...
  • Page 53: Safety Instructions

    2 meters high). • Install the antenna as far as possible from other existing equipment emitting RF power. Remind persons standing in front of the 9500 MPR antenna may cause traffic shutdown. Place the warning sticker, as shown in...
  • Page 54: Electromagnetic Compatibility (Emc Norms)

    • On the antenna (rear side): EMF emission warning sign, placed on the antenna Figure 9 Compliance boundaries for 9500 MPR-A transceivers with 1ft (30 cm) antenna 1.4 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC norms) The equipment's EMC norms depend on the type of installation being carried out,...
  • Page 55: Cables

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Safety awareness Figure 10 EMC norms 1. EMC general norms - installation − All connections (towards the external source of the equipment) made with shielded cables use only cables and connectors suggested in this manual or in the relevant Plant Documentation, or those specified in the Customer's “Installation Norms”...
  • Page 56: Equipment Protection Against Electrostatic Discharges

    OSP wiring. Warning: 9500 MPR equipment must be connected to surge suppressors that meet the power surge requirements of GR-1089-CORE. Non-compliant surge suppressors may not have the required secondary surge protection or current limiting function during specific, valid operating states.
  • Page 57: Cautions To Avoid Equipment Damage

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual Safety awareness Workers are supplied with anti-static protection devices consisting of an elasticized band worn around the wrist and a coiled cord connected to the elasticized band and to the stud on the subrack. See Figure 1.6 Cautions to avoid equipment damage 1.6.1 Electrostatic-sensitivity...
  • Page 58: Handling Cards

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 Safety awareness WebEML User Manual 1.6.1.1 Handling cards Although the risk of damage to an ESD is reduced considerably after it is assembled into a circuit designed to protect sensitive components, take the following precautions to reduce static charges to harmless levels: •...
  • Page 59: Mss-Odu Cable Disconnection / Connection

    FAN card completely from the MSS-4/8 shelf. •The 9500 MPR may require two people to support, align, and attach it to an equipment rack. To prevent equipment damage or personal injury, make sure you have enough help.
  • Page 60: Harmful Optical Signals

    •For personal safety, make sure you connect and secure the installation site’s frame-ground (earth ground) wire to the frame-ground terminal on the 9500 MPR before you connect any other wires to the node.
  • Page 61 SFP plug-in. Verify that laser labels on equipment state that the system conforms to all applicable standards of 21 CFR 1040.10. If there are no danger labels, call the Nokia Technical Support Center (TSC). The invisible infrared radiation emitted by the fiber-optic transmitter can cause eye damage.
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  • Page 63: High-Level Procedures

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedures High-level procedures • High-level procedure for E1/DS1 provisioning • High-level procedure for E1/DS1 deprovisioning • High-level procedure for DS3 provisioning • High-level procedure for DS3 deprovisioning • High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning •...
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  • Page 65: High-Level Procedure For E1/Ds1 Provisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for E1/DS1 provisioning 2 High-level procedure for E1/DS1 provisioning 2.1 Purpose This chapter provides the high-level procedure for provisioning E1/DS1 facilities and equipment. 2.2 Procedure 1. Select action. a.
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  • Page 67: High-Level Procedure For E1/Ds1 Deprovisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for E1/DS1 deprovisioning 3 High-level procedure for E1/DS1 deprovisioning 3.1 Purpose This chapter provides the high-level procedure for deprovisioning E1/DS1 facilities and equipment. 3.2 Procedure 1. Disable performance monitoring on the equipment you need to deprovision. 2.
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  • Page 69: High-Level Procedure For Ds3 Provisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for DS3 provisioning 4 High-level procedure for DS3 provisioning 4.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for provisioning DS3 facilities and equipment. 4.2 Procedure 1. Select action. a.
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  • Page 71: High-Level Procedure For Ds3 Deprovisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for DS3 deprovisioning 5 High-level procedure for DS3 deprovisioning 5.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for deprovisioning DS3 facilities and equipment. 5.2 Procedure 1. Disable performance monitoring on the equipment you need to deprovision. 2.
  • Page 72 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for DS3 deprovisioning WebEML User Manual...
  • Page 73: High-Level Procedure For Ethernet Provisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning 6 High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning 6.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for provisioning Ethernet facilities and equipment. 6.2 Procedure 1. Select action. a.
  • Page 74 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning WebEML User Manual 3. Provision Ethernet cross-connect to new Core Ethernet port: a. See Provision port segregation/connectivity to verify/provision port segregation on Core electrical Ethernet ports. b. See Provision Ethernet ports to provision Core Ethernet port.
  • Page 75 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning a. See Provision equipment port to provision P8ETH or EASv2 SFP equipment port. b. See Provision port segregation/connectivity to verify/provision port segregation on P8ETH or EASv2 SFP Ethernet port. c.
  • Page 76 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for Ethernet provisioning WebEML User Manual...
  • Page 77: High-Level Procedure For Ethernet Deprovisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet deprovisioning 7 High-level procedure for Ethernet deprovisioning 7.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for provisioning Ethernet facilities and equipment. 7.2 Procedure 1. Disable performance monitoring on the equipment you need to deprovision. 2.
  • Page 78 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for Ethernet deprovisioning WebEML User Manual 5. Deprovision Core-E SFP equipment port: a. See Deprovision cross connections to deprovision Ethernet cross-connects associated with Core-E Ethernet port. b. See Provision Ethernet ports to disable Core-E Ethernet port.
  • Page 79 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet deprovisioning c. See Deprovision equipment ports to deprovision SFP equipment ports associated with P8ETH or EASv2 Card. d. See Disable equipment to disable P8ETH or EASv2 card.
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  • Page 81: High-Level Procedure For Ethernet Lag Provisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet LAG provisioning 8 High-level procedure for Ethernet LAG provisioning 8.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for provisioning Ethernet LAG facilities and equipment. 8.2 Procedure 1.
  • Page 82 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for Ethernet LAG WebEML User Manual provisioning b. See Provision Ethernet ports to provision Core-E Ethernet ports. c. See Administer L1/L2 radio and L2 Ethernet LAG ports to provision new Ethernet LAG port. d.
  • Page 83: High-Level Procedure For Sdh Provisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for SDH provisioning 9 High-level procedure for SDH provisioning 9.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for provisioning SDH facilities and equipment. 9.2 Procedure 1. Select action. a.
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  • Page 85: High-Level Procedure For Sdh Deprovisioning

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for SDH deprovisioning 10 High-level procedure for SDH deprovisioning 10.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for deprovisioning SDH facilities and equipment. 10.2 Procedure 1. Disable performance monitoring on the equipment you need to deprovision. 2.
  • Page 86 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for SDH deprovisioning WebEML User Manual...
  • Page 87: High-Level Procedure For Ethernet Ring Protection Management

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual High-level procedure for Ethernet Ring Protection management 11 High-level procedure for Ethernet Ring Protection management 11.1 Purpose This chapter provides a high-level procedure for managing Ethernet Rings. 11.2 Procedure 1. Select action. a.
  • Page 88 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for Ethernet Ring WebEML User Manual Protection management...
  • Page 89: High-Level Procedure For Using Web Server

    To perform debug operations, go to step 11. j. To retrieve RSL information, go to step 12. k. To perform an MPT or EAS type conversion, see the 9500 MPR Hardware Installation and Replacement Manual. l. To perform an upgrade from a Core-E card to a CorEvo card, see the 9500 MPR Hardware Installation and Replacement Manual document.
  • Page 90 Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 High-level procedure for using Web Server WebEML User Manual 3. Administer date and time: see Administer system date and time. 4. Apply a configuration file to the NE: see Apply a configuration using the Web Server.
  • Page 91: System Administration

    Release 7.0.0 3DB 19286 ACAA Issue 01 WebEML User Manual System administration System administration • Log in to and out of system • Administer community strin