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Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Configuration Manual

Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Configuration Manual (588 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Multi-service Platforms | Size: 8.36 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ons 15454 And Cisco Ons 15454 Sdh Ethernet Card Software Feature And Configuration Guide,26................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Ml-serie Card Overview40................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Feature List41................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ml-series Pos And Ethernet Statistics On Ctc45................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Ctc Operation46................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ml-series Pos Ports Provisioning Information On Ctc47................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Card Mode48................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Fpga Information49................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Installation51................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Initial Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Telnetting To The Node Ip Address And Slot Number53................................................................................................................................................................
Telnetting To A Management Port54................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-11 To Rj-45 Console Cable Adapter55................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Console Port56................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Configuration File57................................................................................................................................................................
Passwords58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Hostname59................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Cisco Ios Startup Configuration File Through Ctc60................................................................................................................................................................
Database Restore Of The Startup Configuration File61................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Working Microcode Image62................................................................................................................................................................
Version Up Software Upgrade64................................................................................................................................................................
Node Defaults Delayed Upgrade Settings65................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ios Command Modes66................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 Cisco Ios Command Modes67................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command Modes68................................................................................................................................................................
General Interface Guidelines69................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Configuring Interface70................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Interface Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, And Pos Interface Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Fast Ethernet Interfaces For The Ml100x-873................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Gigabit Ethernet Interface For The Ml1000-274................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gigabit Ethernet Remote Failure Indication (rfi)75................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Gigabit Ethernet Remote Failure Indication (rfi)76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Pos Interfaces (ml100t-12, Ml100x-8 And Ml1000-2)78................................................................................................................................................................
Crc Threshold Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Operations On The Fast Ethernet And Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces80................................................................................................................................................................
Pos On The Ml-series Card83................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Configuring Po84................................................................................................................................................................
Sw-lcas85................................................................................................................................................................
Framing Mode, Encapsulation, And Crc Support86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pos Interface Crc Size In Hdlc Framing87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Keep Alive Messages88................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sonet/sdh Alarms89................................................................................................................................................................
C2 Byte And Scrambling90................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Pos Interfaces C2 Byte And Scrambling Values91................................................................................................................................................................
Pos Configuration Examples93................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Card To Cisco 12000 Gsr-series Router94................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Card To G-series Card95................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Card To Ons 15310 Ml-100t-8 Card96................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Configuring Bridge100................................................................................................................................................................
Bridging Example101................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Basic Bridging102................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Bridging Modes Of Operation103................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Mode104................................................................................................................................................................
No Ip Routing Mode105................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Crb Mode106................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Irb Mode107................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Features109................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Configuring Stp And Rstp110................................................................................................................................................................
Election Of The Root Switch111................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Id, Switch Priority, And Extended System Id112................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Interface States113................................................................................................................................................................
Blocking State114................................................................................................................................................................
Listening State115................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Address Management116................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerated Aging To Retain Connectivity117................................................................................................................................................................
Rapid Convergence119................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Of Port Roles120................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Protocol Data Unit Format And Processing121................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Superior Bpdu Information122................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability With Ieee 802.1d Stp123................................................................................................................................................................
Default Stp And Rstp Configuration124................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Root Switch125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Path Cost126................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch Priority Of A Bridge Group127................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Forwarding-delay Time For A Bridge Group128................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Configuring Vlan132................................................................................................................................................................
Figure133................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.1q Vlan Configuration134................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Vlan Operation136................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vlans137................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 9 Configuring Ieee 802.1q Tunneling And Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling138................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ieee 802.1q Tunneling140................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.1q Example141................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vlan-transparent And Vlan-specific Services142................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan-transparent And Vlan-specific Services Configuration Example143................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling145................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling146................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling Configuration Guidelines147................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 2 Tunneling Per-vlan148................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Link Aggregation151................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 10 Configuring Link Aggregation152................................................................................................................................................................
Etherchannel Configuration Example153................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pos Channel155................................................................................................................................................................
Pos Channel Configuration Example156................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Encapsulation Over Etherchannel Or Pos Channel157................................................................................................................................................................
Encapsulation Over Etherchannel Example158................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Etherchannel And Pos160................................................................................................................................................................
Passive Mode And Active Mode161................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Mode Scenario162................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Ip Routing Protocol Configuration165................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 11 Configuring Networking Protocols166................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Routing167................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Routing168................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Authentication171................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Addresses And Split Horizon172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf173................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Protocol Example Using Ospf175................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Interface Parameters177................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Area Parameters178................................................................................................................................................................
Other Ospf Behavior Parameters180................................................................................................................................................................
Change Lsa Group Pacing182................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Interface183................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Eigrp184................................................................................................................................................................
Eigrp Router Mode Commands186................................................................................................................................................................
Eigrp Interface Mode Commands187................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Eigrp Route Authentication189................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Maintaining Eigrp190................................................................................................................................................................
Border Gateway Protocol And Classless Interdomain Routing191................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Bgp Configuration192................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Is-is193................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Is-is Configuration194................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Routes195................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Static Routes196................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Maintaining The Ip Network197................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Multicast Routing198................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Ip Multicast Operation199................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Configuring Irb202................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irb203................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Irb205................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interfaces Irb Field Descriptions206................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Configuring Vrf Lite208................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vrf Lite209................................................................................................................................................................
Vrf Lite Configuration Example210................................................................................................................................................................
Commands For Monitoring And Verifying Vrf Lite213................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Vrf Lite214................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Qos215................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Configuring Quality Of Service216................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Cos217................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Qos218................................................................................................................................................................
Policing219................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing220................................................................................................................................................................
Control Packets And L2 Tunneled Protocols222................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Control Pause And Qos223................................................................................................................................................................
Qos On Cisco Proprietary Rpr224................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Qos226................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Traffic Policy227................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policy Commands228................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Traffic Policy To An Interface230................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cos-based Qos231................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Configuration Examples232................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Classes Defined Example233................................................................................................................................................................
Class-map Match-any And Class-map Match-all Commands Example234................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Voip Example235................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Cos-based Qos Example236................................................................................................................................................................
Ml-series Cos Example237................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Multicast Qos And Priority Multicast Queuing238................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Priority Queuing Qos Restrictions239................................................................................................................................................................
Cos Multicast Priority Queuing Command240................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Not Configured On Egress241................................................................................................................................................................
Case 2: Qos With Priority And Bandwidth Configured With Priority Multicast242................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cos-based Packet Statistics243................................................................................................................................................................
Table244................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Ip Sla245................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Sla On The Ml-series246................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Sdm249................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Acls253................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 16 Configuring Access Control Lists254................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Ip Acls255................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Named Standard Ip Acls256................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Acl Tcam Size257................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Ring259................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cisco Proprietary Rpr260................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Wrapping261................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Address And Vlan Support264................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Proprietary Rpr Qos265................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Ml-series Cards With Point-to-point Sts/stm Circuits266................................................................................................................................................................
Card270................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning The Ml-series Card Pos Ports To The Spr Interface272................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Bridge Group And Assigning The Ethernet And Spr Interfaces273................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Proprietary Rpr Cisco Ios Configuration Example274................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Ethernet Connectivity Between Cisco Proprietary Rpr Ethernet Access Ports276................................................................................................................................................................
Add An Ml-series Card Into A Cisco Proprietary Rpr277................................................................................................................................................................
Two-node Cisco Proprietary Rpr Before The Addition278................................................................................................................................................................
Three Node Cisco Proprietary Rpr After The Addition279................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Ml-series Card Into A Cisco Proprietary Rpr280................................................................................................................................................................
Delete An Ml-series Card From A Cisco Proprietary Rpr282................................................................................................................................................................
Two Node Cisco Proprietary Rpr After The Deletion283................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Ml-series Card From A Cisco Proprietary Rpr284................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cisco Proprietary Rpr Link Fault Propagation286................................................................................................................................................................
Lfp Sequence287................................................................................................................................................................
Propagation Delays288................................................................................................................................................................
Lfp Configuration Requirements289................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Proprietary Rpr Keep Alive290................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Cisco Proprietary Rpr Keep Alives291................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Proprietary Rpr Shortest Path292................................................................................................................................................................
Shortest And Longest Path293................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Shortest Path And Topology Discovery294................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Redundant Interconnect295................................................................................................................................................................
Ri For Sw Rpr Configuration Example296................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Eompls299................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 18 Configuring Ethernet Over Mpl300................................................................................................................................................................
Eompls Support301................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Eompls302................................................................................................................................................................
Eompls Configuration Guidelines303................................................................................................................................................................
Vc Type 5 Configuration On Pe-cle Port304................................................................................................................................................................
Eompls Configuration On Pe-cle Spr Interface306................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Priority Of Packets With The Exp307................................................................................................................................................................
Eompls Configuration Example308................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Eompls310................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Mpls-te311................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls-te312................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf And Refresh Reduction For Mpls-te313................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls-te Configuration Example314................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Verifying Mpls-te And Ip Rsvp316................................................................................................................................................................
Rprw Alarm317................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Security319................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 19 Configuring Security For The Ml-series Card320................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh321................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ssh Server322................................................................................................................................................................
Radius On The Ml-series Card324................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Relay Mode325................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Radius326................................................................................................................................................................
Default Radius Configuration327................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Login Authentication329................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Aaa Server Groups331................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Authorization For User Privileged Access And Network Services333................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Radius Accounting334................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Settings For All Radius Servers335................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ml-series Card To Use Vendor-specific Radius Attributes336................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ml-series Card For Vendor-proprietary Radius Server Communication337................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Radius Configuration338................................................................................................................................................................
Pos Overview339................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 20 Po On On Ethernet Card340................................................................................................................................................................
Pos Encapsulation Types342................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr Data Frames343................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp/bcp344................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Proprietary345................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Encapsulation And Framing346................................................................................................................................................................
Framing347................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Clocking Versus Sonet/sdh Clocking348................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Rmon349................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 21 Configuring Rmon350................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Group History Statistics On An Interface353................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Group Ethernet Statistics On An Interface354................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold And Triggered Actions355................................................................................................................................................................
Unwrap Synchronization356................................................................................................................................................................
Wrapped Cisco Proprietary Rpr With Unidirectional Excessive Crc Errors357................................................................................................................................................................
Bidirectional Errors358................................................................................................................................................................
Wrapped Cisco Proprietary Rpr With Bidirectional Excessive Crc Errors359................................................................................................................................................................
First Stage Of Unwrapped Cisco Proprietary Rpr With Bidirectional Excessive Crc Errors360................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ml-series Card Crc Error Threshold361................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing The Crc-alarm Wrap With The Clear Crc Error Command362................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ml-series Card Rmon For Crc Errors363................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Snmp Trap For The Crc Error Threshold Using Cisco Ios364................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Ifindex Number For An Ml-series Card366................................................................................................................................................................
Manually Checking Crc Errors On The Ml-series Card367................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rmon Status368................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Snmp371................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 22 Configuring Snmp372................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Versions373................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Agent Functions374................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Mibs375................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp376................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling The Snmp Agent377................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Groups And Users379................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Notifications380................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Agent Contact And Location Information382................................................................................................................................................................
Limiting Tftp Servers Used Through Snmp383................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Snmp Status384................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Application385................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 23 E-series And G-series Ethernet Operation386................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Example387................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Etherchannel/ieee 802.3ad Link Aggregation388................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Link Integrity Support389................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative And Service States With Soak Time For Ethernet And Sonet/sdh Ports390................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Point-to-point Ethernet Circuits391................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Gigabit Ethernet Transponder Mode392................................................................................................................................................................
Two-port Bidirectional Transponder Mode394................................................................................................................................................................
One-port Bidirectional Transponder Mode395................................................................................................................................................................
G-series Transponder Mode Characteristics396................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Application397................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Multicard Etherswitch Group398................................................................................................................................................................
Port-mapped (linear Mapper)399................................................................................................................................................................
Available Total Bandwidth For E-series Modes400................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Vlan Support401................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Q-tagging (ieee 802.1q)402................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Priority Queuing (ieee 802.1q)403................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Spanning Tree (ieee 802.1d)404................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Multi-instance Spanning Tree And Vlans406................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Spanning Tree Configuration407................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Point-to-point Ethernet Circuits408................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Shared Packet Ring Ethernet Circuits409................................................................................................................................................................
E-series Ethernet Manual Cross-connects410................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Overview411................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 24 Ce-100t-8 Ethernet Operation412................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.1q Cos And Ip Tos Queuing415................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon And Snmp Support416................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Sonet/sdh Circuits And Features417................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Pools421................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Allocation Tab For Sdh422................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Pool Allocation Example423................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Pool Provisioning Rules424................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-100t-8 Loopback, J1 Path Trace, And Sonet/sdh Alarms425................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-1000-4 Overview427................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 25 Ce-1000-4 Ethernet Operation428................................................................................................................................................................
Autonegotiation And Frame Buffering429................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Control Threshold Provisioning430................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics And Counters432................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-1000-4 Pos Encapsulation, Framing, And Crc433................................................................................................................................................................
Ce-1000-4 Loopback, J1 Path Trace, And Sonet/sdh Alarms434................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Rpr-ieee435................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 26 Configuring Ieee 802.17b Resilient Packet Ring436................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr-ieee Framing Process437................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr-ieee Data Frames438................................................................................................................................................................
Topology And Protection Control Frame Formats439................................................................................................................................................................
Ctm And Rpr-ieee440................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Attribute Discovery Timer441................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ber Threshold Values442................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Hold-off Timer443................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Jumbo Frames444................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Forced Or Manual Switching445................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Protection Timers446................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Wait-to-restore Timer447................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Span Shutdown448................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Triggers For Crc Errors449................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Qos On Rpr-ieee450................................................................................................................................................................
Classb451................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic Rates For Transmission452................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rpr-ieee Service Classes Using The Modular Qos Cli453................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example For Rpr-ieee Qos454................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example Using Mqc To Configure Simple Rpr-ieee Qos455................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Monitoring Rpr-ieee456................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rpr-ieee End-to-end464................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Connecting The Ml-series Cards With Point-to-point Sts/stm Circuits465................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Connecting The Ml-series Cards With Point-to-point Sts/stm Circuits466................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Rpr-ieee Interface467................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples For Cisco Ios Cli Portion Of End-to-end Rpr-ieee469................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Rpr-ieee End-to-end Ethernet Connectivity471................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics Of Ri On The Ml-series Card472................................................................................................................................................................
Ri Configuration Example473................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Command Reference478................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Privileged Exec Commands563................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Unsupported Cli Command564................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Pos Interface Configuration Commands565................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Pos Interface Configuration Commands (cisco Proprietary Rpr Virtual Interface)566................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Fastethernet Or Gigabitethernet Interface Configuration Commands567................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Port-channel Interface Configuration Commands568................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C Using Technical Support572................................................................................................................................................................
Providing Data To Your Technical Support Representative574................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Intermediate-path Performance Monitoring2................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer Justification Count Performance Monitoring3................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring For Electrical Cards3................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring For Ethernet Cards14................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring For Optical Cards21................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring For The Fiber Channel Card54................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring For Dwdm Cards57................................................................................................................................................................
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Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Reference Manual (22 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Hardware | Size: 1.23 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Overview2................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Dwdm Rack Layouts3................................................................................................................................................................
Front Door5................................................................................................................................................................
Front Mount Electrical Connection9................................................................................................................................................................
E1-75/120 Conversion Panel11................................................................................................................................................................
Coaxial Cable12................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Balanced Cable12................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing And Management13................................................................................................................................................................
Fan-tray Assembly15................................................................................................................................................................
Power And Ground Description16................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm, Timing, Lan, And Craft Pin Connections16................................................................................................................................................................
Cards And Slots17................................................................................................................................................................

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