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Cisco ONS 15327 Reference Manual

Cisco ONS 15327 Reference Manual (166 pages)

ONS SONET TL1  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 3.46 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ons Sonet Tl1 Reference Guide,8................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide15................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History15................................................................................................................................................................
Document Objectives16................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization16................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation16................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions17................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request24................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax25................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 General Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Codes27................................................................................................................................................................
General Rules28................................................................................................................................................................
Explicit List Of Aids - No Wildcards29................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Security Default Time Outs30................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Shortcuts30................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Positions For An Sts-mc Spe31................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-5 Blsr Default Values34................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-6 Cross-connections Default Values34................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-7 Environment Alarms And Controls Default Values34................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment35................................................................................................................................................................
Performance35................................................................................................................................................................
Ports36................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet Line Protection36................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-10 Ports Default Values36................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-11 Sonet Line Protection Default Values36................................................................................................................................................................
Sts And Vt Paths37................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization37................................................................................................................................................................
Testing38................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Types38................................................................................................................................................................
Atag Description38................................................................................................................................................................
Ctag Description40................................................................................................................................................................
Tid Description40................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Notes40................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures And Provisioning41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Tl1 Communication41................................................................................................................................................................
Open A Tl1 Session42................................................................................................................................................................
Open A Tl1 Session Through Ctc42................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Procedure And Provisioning42................................................................................................................................................................
Open A Tl1 Session Through Telnet43................................................................................................................................................................
Open A Tl1 Session Through Craft Interface43................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1 Null Modem Adapter Pin Assignments44................................................................................................................................................................
Test Access45................................................................................................................................................................
Test Access Terminology46................................................................................................................................................................
Tap Creation And Deletion47................................................................................................................................................................
Ed-t148................................................................................................................................................................
Ed-t348................................................................................................................................................................
Ed-ds148................................................................................................................................................................
Ed-stsn49................................................................................................................................................................
Ed-vt149................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Test Access Points50................................................................................................................................................................
Change Access Mode50................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieve Test Access Point Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Rtrv-tacc52................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Test Access Points52................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Test Access Points53................................................................................................................................................................
Test Access Configurations53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Multinode View (mone Example)54................................................................................................................................................................
Test Access Mode Definitions55................................................................................................................................................................
Mone56................................................................................................................................................................
Monf56................................................................................................................................................................
Monef57................................................................................................................................................................
Splte57................................................................................................................................................................
Spltf58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-12 Splte Access Single Tap58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-13 Splte Access Dual Tap58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-14 Spltf Access Single Tap58................................................................................................................................................................
Spltef59................................................................................................................................................................
Loope59................................................................................................................................................................
Loopf60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-17 Loope Access Single Tap60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-18 Loope Access Dual Tap60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-19 Loopf Access Single Tap60................................................................................................................................................................
Splta61................................................................................................................................................................
Spltb62................................................................................................................................................................
Unmapped Aid Test Access Point Connections62................................................................................................................................................................
1-way Circuit63................................................................................................................................................................
2-way Circuits64................................................................................................................................................................
Unmapped Aid64................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2 Modes Supported By Circuit Type64................................................................................................................................................................
Tl1 Gateway65................................................................................................................................................................
Gateway Network Element Topology65................................................................................................................................................................
Tl1 Sessions66................................................................................................................................................................
Tl1 Gateway And Ene Sessions66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-25 Example Of A Gne Topology66................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-3 Number Of Tl1 Sessions Per Platform66................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-4 Gateway Resource Pool67................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-5 Examples Of Ideal Ene To Gne Resource Allocations67................................................................................................................................................................
Implementing Tl1 Gateway68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-26 Four-node Ring Without Tl1 Gateway68................................................................................................................................................................
Log Into A Remote Ene69................................................................................................................................................................
Forward Commands By Specifying The Ene Tid (node 1 Or Node 3)69................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Autonomous Messages From The Remote Ene69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-27 Four-node Ring With Tl1 Gateway69................................................................................................................................................................
Log Out Of A Remote Ene70................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Provisioning71................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection Topology71................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection Cross-connections72................................................................................................................................................................
Ring-to-ring Interconnection72................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection To Path Protection Connection Example73................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection To Two-fiber Blsr Connection Example74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-31 Selector Between 5/1/1 And74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-32 Selector Between 12/3/2 And74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-33 Path Protection To Two-fiber Blsr74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-34 Selector Between 5/1/1 And74................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsr To Path Protection Connection Example75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-35 Bridge From 12/3/2 To Ring75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-36 Two-fiber Blsr To Path Protection75................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsr To Two-fiber Blsr Connection Example76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-37 Bridge From 6/1/1 To Ring76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-38 Selector Between 12/3/2 And 13/3/2 To Ring76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-39 Two-fiber Blsr To Two-fiber Blsr76................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsr To Four-fiber Blsr Connection Example (ons 15454)77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-40 2-way Connection From 5/1/1 To77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-41 Two-fiber Blsr To Four-fiber Blsr77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-42 2-way Connection From 1/1/1 To77................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection To Four-fiber Blsr Connection Example (ons 15454)78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-43 Path Protection To Four-fiber Blsr78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-44 Selector Between 1/1/1 And 2/1/1 To Ring78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-45 Bridge From 5/1/190 To Ring 1 (1/1/1 And 2/1/1)78................................................................................................................................................................
1-way Drop And Continue79................................................................................................................................................................
Node 1 Configuration Example (source Node)80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-47 Orientation Of Aids Used To Establish Drop And Continue Connections80................................................................................................................................................................
Node 2 Configuration Example (drop And Continue Node)81................................................................................................................................................................
Node 3 Configuration Example (destination Node)81................................................................................................................................................................
Pca Provisioning81................................................................................................................................................................
Provision A Pca Cross-connection82................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieve A Pca Cross-connection82................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Software Download83................................................................................................................................................................
Copy-rfile83................................................................................................................................................................
Apply84................................................................................................................................................................
Rept Evt Fxfr85................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Download New Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Activating New Software88................................................................................................................................................................
Activate New Software88................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Software Download/activation Using The Gne89................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Pm Report90................................................................................................................................................................
Create A Pm Schedule And Receive An Autonomous Pm Report90................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Pm Schedules91................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Or Disable A Tl1 Session To Receive Autonomous Pm Reports91................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge And Roll91................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions92................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge And Roll Tl1 Commands93................................................................................................................................................................
2-way Circuit Single Roll And Dual Roll Procedures94................................................................................................................................................................
Create A 2-way Circuit Single Roll Or Dual Roll94................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-6 2-way Circuit Single Or Dual Line Roll With Ent-bulkroll95................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-7 2-way Circuit Single Or Dual Bulk Roll With Ent-bulkroll95................................................................................................................................................................
1-way Circuit Single Roll And Dual Roll Procedures96................................................................................................................................................................
Create A 1-way Circuit Single Roll96................................................................................................................................................................
Create A 1-way Circuit Dual Roll98................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Rolling Procedures98................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-10 Supported Protection Rolls98................................................................................................................................................................
1:n Low-density To 1:n High-density Upgrade99................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Monitoring-managed Pms100................................................................................................................................................................
Rept Evt For Threshold Crossing Events104................................................................................................................................................................
Rept Dbchg106................................................................................................................................................................
Montype Defined For Ethernet Statistics And Condition Type For Tca106................................................................................................................................................................
Enumerated Types106................................................................................................................................................................
Tmper106................................................................................................................................................................
Sample_type107................................................................................................................................................................
Startup_type107................................................................................................................................................................
Notes For Dwdm Card Types107................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-15 Tmper Type107................................................................................................................................................................
Client Port Of Dwdm Cards108................................................................................................................................................................
Och Port Of The Dwdm Card108................................................................................................................................................................
Rules For Framing Type Autoprovisioning In Ctc Versus Tl1108................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Rules For Transponder And Muxponder Cards109................................................................................................................................................................
Ppm Provisioning Rules109................................................................................................................................................................
Payload Provisioning Rules109................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-n Payload Provisioning Parameters110................................................................................................................................................................
Termination Mode Provisioning Rules112................................................................................................................................................................
Wavelength Provisioning Rules112................................................................................................................................................................
Regeneration Group Provisioning Rules113................................................................................................................................................................
Dcc/gcc Provisioning Rules113................................................................................................................................................................
Otn, Fec And Otn Sdber/sfber Provisioning Rules114................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Provisioning Rules114................................................................................................................................................................
Section Trace Provisioning (j0) Rules115................................................................................................................................................................
Trail Trace Identification Provisioning Rules116................................................................................................................................................................
Pm And Alarm Threshold Provisioning Rules116................................................................................................................................................................
Y-cable Protection Group Provisioning Rules117................................................................................................................................................................
Splitter Protection Group Provisioning Rules117................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Provisioning Rules118................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Laser Shutdown Provisioning Rules118................................................................................................................................................................
Port State Model Provisioning Rules119................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet-related Provisioning Rules119................................................................................................................................................................
Overhead Circuit Provisioning Rules120................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Limitation Rules120................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Tl1 Errors121................................................................................................................................................................
Errors121................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1 Eneq Errors121................................................................................................................................................................
Table122................................................................................................................................................................
Ibex Errors122................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 Icnv Errors122................................................................................................................................................................
Idms Errors123................................................................................................................................................................
Idnc Errors123................................................................................................................................................................
Idnv Errors124................................................................................................................................................................
Idrg Errors129................................................................................................................................................................
Iiac Errors129................................................................................................................................................................
Iicm Errors132................................................................................................................................................................
Iict Errors132................................................................................................................................................................
Iidt Errors132................................................................................................................................................................
Iifm Errors135................................................................................................................................................................
Iipg Errors135................................................................................................................................................................
Iisp Errors135................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-15 Iita Errors135................................................................................................................................................................
Inup Errors136................................................................................................................................................................
Ipex Errors136................................................................................................................................................................
Ipms Errors136................................................................................................................................................................
Ipnc Errors136................................................................................................................................................................
Ipnv Errors137................................................................................................................................................................
No Errors139................................................................................................................................................................
Picc Errors139................................................................................................................................................................
Pima Errors139................................................................................................................................................................
Piuc Errors140................................................................................................................................................................
Plna Errors140................................................................................................................................................................
Ralb Errors140................................................................................................................................................................
Ranb Errors140................................................................................................................................................................
Rnby Errors140................................................................................................................................................................
Rrng Errors141................................................................................................................................................................
Rtby Errors141................................................................................................................................................................
Rten Errors141................................................................................................................................................................
Saal Errors141................................................................................................................................................................
Saas Errors141................................................................................................................................................................
Sadc Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-35 Sads Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-36 Sain Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Sais Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-38 Sams Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-39 Saop Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-40 Saos Errors142................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-41 Sapr Errors143................................................................................................................................................................
Sarb Errors143................................................................................................................................................................
Scat Errors143................................................................................................................................................................
Sdbe Errors143................................................................................................................................................................
Sdld Errors146................................................................................................................................................................
Sdna Errors147................................................................................................................................................................
Sncc Errors147................................................................................................................................................................
Sncn Errors147................................................................................................................................................................
Snns Errors147................................................................................................................................................................
Snos Errors147................................................................................................................................................................
Snpr Errors148................................................................................................................................................................
Snvs Errors148................................................................................................................................................................
Sose Errors149................................................................................................................................................................
Spfa Errors149................................................................................................................................................................
Spld Errors149................................................................................................................................................................
Srac Errors150................................................................................................................................................................
Srcn Errors150................................................................................................................................................................
Srof Errors150................................................................................................................................................................
Srqn Errors159................................................................................................................................................................
Srtn Errors160................................................................................................................................................................
Ssrd Errors160................................................................................................................................................................
Ssre Errors160................................................................................................................................................................
Swfa Errors161................................................................................................................................................................
Swld Errors161................................................................................................................................................................
Echo162................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco ONS 15327 Manual

Cisco ONS 15327 Manual (42 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 0.42 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Release Notes For Cisco Ons1................................................................................................................................................................
Release Notes For Cisco Ons 15327 Release2................................................................................................................................................................
Changes To The Release Notes2................................................................................................................................................................
Caveats2................................................................................................................................................................
Line Cards4................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring6................................................................................................................................................................
Resolved Software Caveats For Release 3.37................................................................................................................................................................
New Features And Functionality10................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation38................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation38................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance39................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Assistance Center40................................................................................................................................................................

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