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Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual

Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual (376 pages)

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Brand: Cisco | Category: Server | Size: 13.67 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual23................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History23................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation24................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions24................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview33................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Shelf And Backplane Hardware34................................................................................................................................................................
Front Door36................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Covers37................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing39................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm, Timing, Lan, And Craft Pin Connections42................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Cutoff And Pdu Alarms43................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Installation44................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution Unit45................................................................................................................................................................
Fan-tray Assembly46................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter47................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speed And Failure48................................................................................................................................................................
Cards And Slots49................................................................................................................................................................
Ogi Cables50................................................................................................................................................................
Card Replacement51................................................................................................................................................................
Card Overview53................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Card Reference54................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card55................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Faceplate And Block Diagram56................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card-level Indicators57................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Push-button Switches58................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Slots And Connectors59................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Card-level Indicators60................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram61................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators62................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card63................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram64................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Network-level Indicators65................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card66................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram67................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators68................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card69................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram70................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card Network-level Indicators71................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Connectors72................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Faceplate And Block Diagram With 4pios Installed73................................................................................................................................................................
Pio Module Faceplate74................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card-level Indicators75................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port Numbering (4pio Installed)76................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port Numbering (1pio Installed)77................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp/xfp Modules78................................................................................................................................................................
Xfp Description80................................................................................................................................................................
Ppm Provisioning82................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Card Protection84................................................................................................................................................................
External Switching Commands86................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Software Delivery Methods87................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 4 Cisco Transport Controller Operation88................................................................................................................................................................
Pc And Unix Workstation Requirements89................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Login91................................................................................................................................................................
Legal Disclaimer92................................................................................................................................................................
Node View93................................................................................................................................................................
Node View Card Shortcuts95................................................................................................................................................................
Network View96................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Node Colors97................................................................................................................................................................
Network View Tabs98................................................................................................................................................................
Card View99................................................................................................................................................................
Export And Print Ctc Data101................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Card Reset104................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card Database105................................................................................................................................................................
Users Ids And Security Levels107................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Security108................................................................................................................................................................
Security Policies111................................................................................................................................................................
Idle User Timeout112................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Trail113................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication114................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Secrets114................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Parameters117................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Timing118................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Status Messaging119................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet Ssm Messages120................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Circuit And Tunnel124................................................................................................................................................................
Concatenated Vc4 Time Slot Assignments126................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Status128................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit States129................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Protection Types130................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-connect Card Bandwidth133................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-encapsulated Tunnels134................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Channel Access Circuits136................................................................................................................................................................
Ms-spring Vc4/vc3 Squelch Table137................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Circuit Routing138................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Sources And Destination139................................................................................................................................................................
Constraint-based Circuit Routing141................................................................................................................................................................
Roll Status143................................................................................................................................................................
Two Circuit Bridge And Roll146................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfigured Circuits147................................................................................................................................................................
Vcat Circuit Routing Over Server Trails148................................................................................................................................................................
Low-order Traffic Routing Over An Ons 15600 Sdh Hub Node149................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Low-order Circuit Creation150................................................................................................................................................................
High-order Vc3 Traffic Routing151................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Sdh Topologie And Upgrade154................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Ms-springs155................................................................................................................................................................
Ms-spring Bandwidth158................................................................................................................................................................
Subnetwork Connection Protection Rings160................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-ring Interconnect161................................................................................................................................................................
Ms-spring Dri163................................................................................................................................................................
Sncp Dri166................................................................................................................................................................
Sncp/ms-spring Dri Handoff Configurations168................................................................................................................................................................
Subtending Rings170................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Subnetwork Connection Protection Networks172................................................................................................................................................................
In-service Topology Upgrades174................................................................................................................................................................
Overlay Ring Circuits176................................................................................................................................................................
Overview177................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 9 Management Network Connectivity178................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 2: Ctc And Ons 15600 Sdhs Connected To Router179................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 3: Using Proxy Arp To Enable An Ons 15600 Sdh Gateway180................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4: Default Gateway On Ctc Computer181................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 5: Using Static Routes To Connect To Lans182................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 6: Using Ospf184................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 7: Provisioning The Ons 15600 Sdh Proxy Server187................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Not Enabled189................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Enabled191................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 8: Dual Gnes On A Subnet193................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Table195................................................................................................................................................................
External Firewalls198................................................................................................................................................................
Open Gne199................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip And Osi Networking201................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point Protocol202................................................................................................................................................................
Link Access Protocol On The D Channel203................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Routing206................................................................................................................................................................
End System-to-intermediate System Protocol207................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Control Protocol239................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan240................................................................................................................................................................
Autonegotiation241................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Etherchannel/ieee 802.3ad Link Aggregation242................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 11 Alarm Monitoring And Management244................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Window246................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window247................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window Actions248................................................................................................................................................................
History Window250................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm History Actions252................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Buttons253................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Editing254................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Filter255................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms Suppressed For Maintenance256................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarm Input257................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitoring259................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Performance Monitoring260................................................................................................................................................................
Performance-monitoring Parameter Definitions261................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Card Performance Monitoring263................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Layer Parameters264................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Performance Monitoring265................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ethernet Performance Monitoring Parameters266................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ether Ports Utilization Window269................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ether Ports History Window270................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Pos Ports Utilization Window271................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Overview273................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Snmp274................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Snmp Components275................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Support276................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Message Types277................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management Information Bases278................................................................................................................................................................
Proprietary Ons 15600 Sdh Mibs279................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Trap Content283................................................................................................................................................................
Generic And Ietf Traps284................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv1/v2 Proxy Over Firewalls288................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Monitoring289................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Rmon Monitoring Over Dcc290................................................................................................................................................................
Get Requests And Getnext Requests291................................................................................................................................................................
Row Creation In Historycontroltable292................................................................................................................................................................
Event Rmon Group293................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Specifications295................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Hardware Specification296................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.8 Tl1 Craft Interface297................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.14 Environmental Specifications298................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.1 Tsc Card Specifications299................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.2 Ssxc Specifications300................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.4 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Specifications302................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.5 Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Specifications303................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.6 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Specifications304................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.7 Asap Specifications305................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.8 Filler Card Specifications306................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative And Service States311................................................................................................................................................................
B.2 Administrative States312................................................................................................................................................................
B.3 Service State Transitions313................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.2 Port And Cross-connect Service State Transitions316................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.3 Pluggable Equipment Service State Transitions318................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Defaults321................................................................................................................................................................
C.2 Card Default Settings322................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.2 Threshold Defaults323................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.3.2 Stm64-4-dwdm Card Default Settings327................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.3.3 Stm16-16 Card Default Settings330................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.3.4 Asap Card Default Settings333................................................................................................................................................................
C.3 Node Default Settings347................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.1 Time Zones356................................................................................................................................................................
C.4 Ctc Default Settings359................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Port Protection361................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual

Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual (364 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Accessory | Size: 11.91 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ons 15600 Reference Manual,14................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual23................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions25................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request31................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview33................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Shelf And Backplane Hardware34................................................................................................................................................................
Front Door36................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Covers37................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing39................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm, Timing, Lan, And Craft Pin Connections42................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Cutoff And Pdu Alarms43................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Installation44................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution Unit45................................................................................................................................................................
Fan-tray Assembly46................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter47................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speed And Failure48................................................................................................................................................................
Cards And Slots49................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Cables50................................................................................................................................................................
Ogi Cables51................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Card Cable Routing53................................................................................................................................................................
Card Overview55................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Card Reference56................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card57................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Faceplate And Block Diagram58................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card-level Indicators59................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Push-button Switches60................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Faceplate And Block Diagram61................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Card-level Indicators62................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram63................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators64................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card65................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram66................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card-level Indicators67................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card68................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram69................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators70................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card71................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram72................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card Network-level Indicators73................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Connectors74................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Covers And Plugs75................................................................................................................................................................
Pio Module Faceplate76................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card-level Indicators77................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port Numbering (4pio Installed)78................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port Numbering (1pio Installed)79................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp/xfp Modules80................................................................................................................................................................
Xfp Description82................................................................................................................................................................
Ppm Provisioning83................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Card Protection86................................................................................................................................................................
Unprotected Ports87................................................................................................................................................................
External Switching Commands88................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Software Delivery Methods89................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 4 Cisco Transport Controller Operation90................................................................................................................................................................
Pc And Unix Workstation Requirements91................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Login93................................................................................................................................................................
Legal Disclaimer94................................................................................................................................................................
Node View95................................................................................................................................................................
Node View Card Shortcuts97................................................................................................................................................................
Network View98................................................................................................................................................................
Network View Tabs99................................................................................................................................................................
Card View100................................................................................................................................................................
Export And Print Ctc Data102................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Card Reset105................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card Database106................................................................................................................................................................
Users Ids And Security Levels107................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Security108................................................................................................................................................................
Security Policies111................................................................................................................................................................
Idle User Timeout112................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Trail113................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Security114................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Timing118................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Status Messaging120................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Circuit And Tunnel122................................................................................................................................................................
Concatenated Sts Time Slot Assignments124................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Status126................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit States127................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Protection Types128................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Information In The Edit Circuit Window129................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-connect Card Bandwidth131................................................................................................................................................................
Dcc Tunnels132................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Destinations For Unidirectional Circuits133................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Channel Access Circuits135................................................................................................................................................................
Blsr Vt Squelch Table136................................................................................................................................................................
Path Trace137................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Allocation And Routing138................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Circuit Routing139................................................................................................................................................................
Constraint-based Circuit Routing140................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge And Roll141................................................................................................................................................................
Roll Status142................................................................................................................................................................
Single And Dual Rolls143................................................................................................................................................................
Two Circuit Bridge And Roll145................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfigured Circuits146................................................................................................................................................................
Server Trail Protection Types147................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Resource Link Group148................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Vt Circuit Creation149................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Sonet Topologie And Upgrade152................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsrs153................................................................................................................................................................
Four-fiber Blsrs156................................................................................................................................................................
Blsr Bandwidth159................................................................................................................................................................
Blsr Fiber Connections160................................................................................................................................................................
Path-protected Mesh Networks162................................................................................................................................................................
In-service Topology Upgrades164................................................................................................................................................................
Overview165................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 9 Management Network Connectivity166................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 2: Ctc And Ons 15600s Connected To Router168................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4: Default Gateway On Ctc Computer169................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 5: Using Static Routes To Connect To Lans171................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 6: Using Ospf173................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 7: Provisioning The Ons 15600 Proxy Server176................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Enabled179................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 8: Dual Gnes On A Subnet182................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Table183................................................................................................................................................................
External Firewalls186................................................................................................................................................................
Open Gne188................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip And Osi Networking189................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point Protocol190................................................................................................................................................................
Link Access Protocol On The D Channel191................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Connectionless Network Service192................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Routing195................................................................................................................................................................
Tarp197................................................................................................................................................................
Tarp Processing198................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Tarp Adjacencies199................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Virtual Routers201................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-over-clns Tunnels202................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-over-clns Tunnel Scenario 1: Ons Node To Other Vendor Gne203................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-over-clns Tunnel Scenario 2: Ons Node To Router205................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-over-clns Tunnel Scenario 3: Ons Node To Router Across An Osi Dcn207................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Networking Scenarios208................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 2: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vendor Ene209................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 3: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Other Vendor Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Ene211................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 4: Multiple Ons Dcc Areas213................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 5: Gne Without An Osi Dcc Connection214................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 6: Ip Oss, Osi Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vendor Ene215................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 7: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Other Vender Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Nes216................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 8: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vender Nes218................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Provisioning In Ctc219................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Network Compatibility220................................................................................................................................................................
Any Service Any Port Card Application221................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Ethernet Operation222................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Rates And Mapping224................................................................................................................................................................
Oversubscription225................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan226................................................................................................................................................................
Autonegotiation227................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Etherchannel/ieee 802.3ad Link Aggregation228................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 11 Alarm Monitoring And Management230................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Window232................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window233................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window Actions234................................................................................................................................................................
History Window235................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm History Actions237................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Buttons238................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Editing239................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Filter240................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms Suppressed For Maintenance241................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarm Input242................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Performance Monitoring245................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Performance Monitoring246................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer Justification Count248................................................................................................................................................................
Performance-monitoring Parameter Definitions249................................................................................................................................................................
Bidirectional Line Switched Rings251................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Card Performance Monitoring253................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Layer Parameters255................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ethernet Performance Monitoring Parameters256................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ether Ports Utilization Window259................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Ether Ports History Window260................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Pos Ports Utilization Window261................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Overview263................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Snmp264................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp External Interface Requirement266................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management Information Bases267................................................................................................................................................................
Proprietary Ons 15600 Mibs268................................................................................................................................................................
Generic And Ietf Traps269................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Over Firewalls273................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Monitoring274................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Statistics Rmon Group275................................................................................................................................................................
History Control Table276................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Rmon Group277................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Specifications279................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.3 Cards280................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.7 External Lan Interface281................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.13 Database Storage282................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Card Specifications283................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.2 Ssxc Specifications284................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.4 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Specifications286................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.5 Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Specifications287................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.6 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Specifications288................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.7 Asap Specifications289................................................................................................................................................................
A.2.8 Filler Card Specifications290................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative And Service States293................................................................................................................................................................
B.2 Administrative States294................................................................................................................................................................
B.3 Service State Transitions295................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.2 Port And Cross-connect Service State Transitions297................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.3 Pluggable Equipment Service State Transitions299................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Defaults301................................................................................................................................................................
C.2 Card Default Settings302................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.2 Threshold Defaults303................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.3.3 Oc48_16 Card Default Settings314................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.3.4 Asap Card Default Settings319................................................................................................................................................................
C.3 Node Default Settings337................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.1 Time Zones345................................................................................................................................................................
C.4 Ctc Default Settings347................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Parameters362................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual

Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual (280 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 12.86 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ons 15600 Reference Manual,12................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual21................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History21................................................................................................................................................................
Document Objectives21................................................................................................................................................................
Table22................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ons 15600 Reference Guide Chapters22................................................................................................................................................................
Document Organization22................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation23................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions23................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-12 Fan-tray Assembly31................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Bay Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Shelf And Backplane Hardware32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Ons 15600 With Dollies Installed33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2 Ons 15600 Front Door34................................................................................................................................................................
Front Door34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3 Bay Label35................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4 Laser Warning Label35................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Covers35................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5 Plastic Rear Cover36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6 Pdu Bus Bar Cover37................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing37................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Access Panel37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-7 Rear Of The Ons 15600, Including The Cap38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-8 Cap Faceplate And Connections39................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm, Timing, Lan, And Craft Pin Connections40................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Cutoff And Pdu Alarms41................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Installation42................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution Unit43................................................................................................................................................................
Power And Ground Description43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-11 Front And Rear Bay Ground Holes44................................................................................................................................................................
Fan-tray Assembly45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-13 Air Filter And One Fan Tray Pulled Out46................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speed And Failure46................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Power Requirements For An Individual Fan47................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2 Slot And Card Symbols47................................................................................................................................................................
Cards And Slots47................................................................................................................................................................
Ogi Cables48................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3 Card Ports And Line Rates48................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Card Cable Routing49................................................................................................................................................................
Card Replacement49................................................................................................................................................................
Card Reference51................................................................................................................................................................
Card Overview51................................................................................................................................................................
Card Summary51................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1 Ons 15600 Cards And Descriptions51................................................................................................................................................................
Card Compatibility52................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2 Ons 15600 Software Release Compatibility Per Card52................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Card Reference52................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card53................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Slots And Connectors53................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Faceplate And Block Diagram54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Tsc Card Faceplate And Block Diagram54................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card-level Indicators55................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Network-level Indicators55................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-3 Tsc Card-level Indicators55................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-4 Tsc Network-level Indicators55................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Push-button Switches56................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Card56................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Switch Matrix56................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-5 Tsc Card Push-button Switches56................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Slots And Connectors57................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Faceplate And Block Diagram57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Ssxc Card Faceplate And Block Diagram57................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Card-level Indicators58................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card58................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Slots And Connectors58................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-6 Ssxc Card-level Indicators58................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram59................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators60................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Network-level Indicators60................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card Ogi Connector Pinout60................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-7 Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators60................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-9 Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card Ogi Connector Pinout60................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card61................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Slots And Connectors61................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram62................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram62................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card-level Indicators63................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Network-level Indicators63................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card Ogi Connector Pinout63................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-10 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card-level Indicators63................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-11 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Network-level Indicators63................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-12 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card Ogi Connector Pinout63................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card64................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Slots And Connectors64................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5 Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Faceplate And Block Diagram65................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card-level Indicators66................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Network-level Indicators66................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card Ogi Connector Pinout66................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-15 Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Card Ogi Connector Pinout66................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Ogi Pin And Card Port66................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card67................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Slots And Connectors67................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit 12 Receive67................................................................................................................................................................
On Page67................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit67................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram68................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card-level Indicators68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-6 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Faceplate And Block Diagram68................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-16 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card-level Indicators68................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Network-level Indicators69................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card Ogi Connector Pinout69................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-17 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Network-level Indicators69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-18 Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Card Ogi Connector Pinout69................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Connectors70................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Covers And Plugs70................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-19 The Following Table Gives A List Of Circuits Supported By Each Sfp On Asap Card70................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Faceplate And Block Diagram71................................................................................................................................................................
4pio Module Faceplate72................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card-level Indicators72................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port-level Indicators72................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-21 Asap (4pio Module) Port-level Indicators73................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Port Numbering74................................................................................................................................................................
Filler Card74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-9 Asap Port Numbering74................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp (ppm) Modules75................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp (ppm) Compatibility75................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp (ppm) Description76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-11 Mylar Tab Sfp76................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-22 Sfp (ppm) Compatibility76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-12 Actuator/button Sfp77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-13 Bail Clasp Sfp77................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Card Protection79................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Port Protection79................................................................................................................................................................
Unprotected Ports81................................................................................................................................................................
External Switching Commands81................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Software Delivery Methods83................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Software Installed On The Tsc Card83................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Software Installed On The Pc Or Unix Workstation84................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Installation Overview84................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 4 Cisco Transport Controller Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Pc And Unix Workstation Requirements85................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1 Minimum Computer Requirements For Ctc86................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Login87................................................................................................................................................................
Legal Disclaimer87................................................................................................................................................................
Login Node Group88................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Window88................................................................................................................................................................
Node View89................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Card Colors89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3 Ctc Window Elements In The Node View (default Login View)89................................................................................................................................................................
Node View Card Shortcuts91................................................................................................................................................................
Node View Tabs91................................................................................................................................................................
Network View92................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-4 Node View Tabs And Subtabs92................................................................................................................................................................
Card View94................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-5 Node Status94................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-6 Network View Tabs And Subtabs94................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Card Reset96................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card Database96................................................................................................................................................................
Software Load Revert96................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Security97................................................................................................................................................................
Users Ids And Security Levels97................................................................................................................................................................
User Privileges And Policies97................................................................................................................................................................
User Privileges By Security Level98................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Ons 15600 Security Levels-node View98................................................................................................................................................................
Security Policies100................................................................................................................................................................
Idle User Timeout100................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-2 Ons 15600 Security Levels-network View100................................................................................................................................................................
Superuser Password And Login Privileges101................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Trail101................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-3 Ons 15600 User Idle Times101................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Trail Log Entries102................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Trail Capacities102................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Security102................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication102................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Secrets103................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-4 Shared Secret Character Groups103................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Timing105................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Parameters105................................................................................................................................................................
Network Timing106................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Status Messaging107................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1 Ons 15600 Timing Example107................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-1 Ssm Generation 1 Message Set107................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-2 Ssm Generation 2 Message Set108................................................................................................................................................................
Overview110................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Properties110................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Circuit And Tunnel110................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-1 Ons 15600 Circuit Window In Network View111................................................................................................................................................................
Concatenated Sts Time Slot Assignments112................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-1 Sts Mapping Using Ctc113................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Status114................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-2 Ons 15600 Circuit Status114................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit States115................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Protection Types116................................................................................................................................................................
Circuit Information In The Edit Circuit Window116................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-2 Path Protection Circuit On The Edit Circuit Window117................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-3 Detailed Circuit Map Showing A Terminal Loopback118................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-4 Port State Color Indicators118................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-connect Card Bandwidth119................................................................................................................................................................
Dcc Tunnels119................................................................................................................................................................
Traditional Dcc Tunnels119................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-5 Dcc Tunnels119................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-encapsulated Tunnels120................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Destinations For Unidirectional Circuits120................................................................................................................................................................
Path Protection Circuits120................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-4 Editing Path Protection Selectors121................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Channel Access Circuits122................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-5 Viewing Path Protection Switch Counts122................................................................................................................................................................
Path Trace123................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Circuit Routing123................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-6 Ons 15600 Cards Supporting J1 Path Trace123................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Allocation And Routing124................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Sources And Destination124................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-6 Secondary Sources And Drops124................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Circuit Routing125................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-7 Bidirectional Sts Circuits125................................................................................................................................................................
Constraint-based Circuit Routing126................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge And Roll126................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-8 Unidirectional Sts Circuits126................................................................................................................................................................
Rolls Window127................................................................................................................................................................
Roll Status128................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-9 Roll Statuses128................................................................................................................................................................
Single And Dual Rolls129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-8 Single Source Roll129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-9 Single Destination Roll129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-10 Single Roll From One Circuit To Another Circuit (destination Changes)129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-11 Single Roll From One Circuit To Another Circuit (source Changes)130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-12 Dual Roll To Reroute A Link130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-13 Dual Roll To Reroute To A Different Node130................................................................................................................................................................
Two Circuit Bridge And Roll131................................................................................................................................................................
Protected Circuits131................................................................................................................................................................
Merge Circuits131................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfigure Circuits132................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-11 Path-protected Mesh Network133................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point And Linear Adm Configurations134................................................................................................................................................................
Bidirectional Line Switched Rings134................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsrs134................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Sonet Topologie And Upgrade134................................................................................................................................................................
Four-fiber Blsrs137................................................................................................................................................................
Blsr Bandwidth140................................................................................................................................................................
Blsr Fiber Connections141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-9 Connecting Fiber To A Four-node, Two-fiber Blsr142................................................................................................................................................................
Path-protected Mesh Networks143................................................................................................................................................................
In-service Topology Upgrades145................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point Or Linear Adm To Two-fiber Blsr146................................................................................................................................................................
Two-fiber Blsr To Four-fiber Blsr146................................................................................................................................................................
Add Or Remove A Node From A Topology146................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Networking Overview147................................................................................................................................................................
Ons 15600 Ip Addressing Scenarios148................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 1: Ctc And Ons 15600s On The Same Subnet148................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 9 Management Network Connectivity148................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 2: Ctc And Ons 15600s Connected To Router149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-1 Scenario 1: Ctc And Ons 15600s On Same Subnet149................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 3: Using Proxy Arp To Enable An Ons 15600 Gateway150................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-2 Scenario 2: Ctc And Ons 15600s Connected To Router150................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 4: Default Gateway On Ctc Computer151................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 5: Using Static Routes To Connect To Lans152................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-5 Scenario 5: Static Route With One Ctc Computer Used As A Destination153................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 6: Using Ospf154................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-6 Scenario 5: Static Route With Multiple Lan Destinations154................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 7: Provisioning The Ons 15600 Proxy Server157................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Not Enabled158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-9 Proxy Server Gateway Settings158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-10 Ons 15600 Proxy Server With Gne And Enes On The Same Subnet159................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-2 Ons 15600 Gne And Ene Settings159................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-11 Scenario 7: Ons 15600 Proxy Server With Gne And Enes On Different Subnets160................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Enabled161................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-12 Scenario 7: Ons 15600 Proxy Server With Enes On Multiple Rings161................................................................................................................................................................
Scenario 8: Dual Gnes On A Subnet163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-14 Ctc Computer And Ons 15600s Residing Behind Firewalls163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-15 Scenario 8: Dual Gnes On The Same Subnet164................................................................................................................................................................
Provisionable Patchcords165................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-16 Scenario 8: Dual Gnes On Different Subnets165................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Table166................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-5 Ons 15600 And Ons 15454 Client And Trunk Card Combinations In Provisionable Patchcords166................................................................................................................................................................
External Firewalls168................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-7 Ports Used By The Tsc168................................................................................................................................................................
Open Gne170................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-18 Proxy And Firewall Tunnels For Foreign Terminations171................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip And Osi Networking172................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-19 Foreign Node Connection To An Ene Ethernet Port172................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point Protocol173................................................................................................................................................................
Link Access Protocol On The D Channel174................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Connectionless Network Service174................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-9 Nsap Fields175................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Routing177................................................................................................................................................................
End System-to-intermediate System Protocol178................................................................................................................................................................
Intermediate System-to-intermediate System178................................................................................................................................................................
Tarp179................................................................................................................................................................
Tarp Processing180................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-10 Tarp Pdu Fields180................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-11 Tarp Pdu Types180................................................................................................................................................................
Tarp Loop Detection Buffer181................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-12 Tarp Timers181................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-13 Tarp Processing Flow181................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Tarp Adjacencies182................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Tid To Nsap Provisioning182................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip And Osi Mediation182................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Virtual Routers183................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-over-clns Tunnels184................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-14 Osi Virtual Router Constraints184................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Ip-over-clns Tunnels185................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-25 Ip-over-clns Tunnel Flow185................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Over Clns Tunnel Scenario 1: Ons Node To Other Vendor Gne186................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-15 Ip Over Clns Tunnel Ios Commands186................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Over Clns Tunnel Scenario 2: Ons Node To Router187................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-27 Ip Over Clns Tunnel Scenario 2: Ons Node To Router188................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Over Clns Tunnel Scenario 3: Ons Node To Router Across An Osi Dcn189................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Networking Scenarios190................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-28 Ip Over Clns Tunnel Scenario 3: Ons Node To Router Across An Osi Dcn190................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 1: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Ons Gne, Ip Dcc, And Ons Ene191................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 2: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vendor Ene192................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 3: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Other Vendor Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Ene193................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-31 Osi/ip Scenario 3: Ip Oss, Ip Dcn, Other Vendor Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Ene194................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 4: Multiple Ons Dcc Areas195................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 5: Gne Without An Osi Dcc Connection196................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 6: Ip Oss, Osi Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vendor Ene197................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 7: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Other Vender Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Nes198................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-36 Osi/ip Scenario 7: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Other Vender Gne, Osi Dcc, And Ons Nes199................................................................................................................................................................
Osi/ip Scenario 8: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vender Nes200................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-37 Osi/ip Scenario 8: Osi Oss, Osi Dcn, Ons Gne, Osi Dcc, And Other Vender Nes201................................................................................................................................................................
Osi Provisioning In Ctc202................................................................................................................................................................
Any Service Any Port Card Application203................................................................................................................................................................
Transport Functionality204................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Ethernet Operation204................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Rates And Mapping206................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Size206................................................................................................................................................................
Encapsulations206................................................................................................................................................................
Path And Circuit Sizes206................................................................................................................................................................
Oversubscription207................................................................................................................................................................
Protocols Over Ethernet207................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Control Protocol207................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Half Bridge207................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan208................................................................................................................................................................
Buffering And Flow Control208................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10-3 Buffering And Flow Control208................................................................................................................................................................
Autonegotiation209................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Etherchannel/ieee 802.3ad Link Aggregation210................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10-4 Autonegotiation210................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms, Conditions, And History211................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-1 Alarms Column Descriptions212................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 11 Alarm Monitoring And Management212................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Window214................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm-affected Circuits214................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-3 Tl1 Port-based Alarm Numbering Scheme214................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-4 Alarm Window214................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window215................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-2 Select The Affected Circuits Option For An Alarm215................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Window Actions216................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-3 Viewing Conditions In The Conditions Window216................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-5 Conditions Display216................................................................................................................................................................
History Window217................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-6 Conditions Column Description217................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-4 Viewing All Alarms Reported For Current Session218................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-7 History Column Description218................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm History Actions219................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profiles219................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Window219................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Buttons220................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Editing220................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-5 Alarm Profiles Window Showing The Default Profiles Of Listed Alarms220................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-8 Alarm Profile Buttons220................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Severity Option221................................................................................................................................................................
Row Display Options221................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Profile Applications221................................................................................................................................................................
Table 11-9 Alarm Profile Editing Options221................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Filter222................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Suppression222................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarms And Controls223................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarm Input223................................................................................................................................................................
External Control Output223................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Wires For External Alarms In Mixed Networks224................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-7 Virtual Wires Seen From An Ons 15600224................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 11-8 Virtual Wires Seen From An Ons 15454225................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix227................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Specifications227................................................................................................................................................................
Shelf Specifications227................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth227................................................................................................................................................................
Slot Assignments227................................................................................................................................................................
Cards228................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations228................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions228................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Transport Controller228................................................................................................................................................................
External Lan Interface228................................................................................................................................................................
Tl1 Craft Interface229................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Interface229................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Interface229................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Interface229................................................................................................................................................................
System Timing229................................................................................................................................................................
Database Storage229................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications230................................................................................................................................................................
Power Specifications230................................................................................................................................................................
Card Specifications230................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-1 Power Requirements For Individual Cards230................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-2 Power Requirements For Individual Fans230................................................................................................................................................................
Tsc Card Specifications231................................................................................................................................................................
Ssxc Specifications232................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Specifications232................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-4 Ssxc Card Specifications232................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-5 Oc48/stm16 Lr/lh 16 Port 1550 Card Specifications232................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Specifications234................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-6 Oc48/stm16 Sr/sh 16 Port 1310 Card Specifications234................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Lr/lh 4 Port 1550 Specifications235................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192/stm64 Sr/sh 4 Port 1310 Specifications236................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Specifications237................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-9 Asap Card Specifications237................................................................................................................................................................
Filler Card Specifications238................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp Specifications238................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-10 Filler Card Specifications238................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-11 Sfp Specifications238................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-13 Power And Noise Limited Performances240................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative And Service States241................................................................................................................................................................
Service States241................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative States242................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-2 Ons 15600 Secondary States242................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-3 Ons 15600 Administrative States242................................................................................................................................................................
Service State Transitions243................................................................................................................................................................
Card Service State Transitions243................................................................................................................................................................
Port And Cross-connect Service State Transitions245................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-5 Ons 15600 Port And Cross-connect Service State Transitions246................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Defaults249................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Defaults Description249................................................................................................................................................................
Card Default Settings250................................................................................................................................................................
Oc192_4 Card Default Settings251................................................................................................................................................................
Table C-1 Oc192_4 Card Default Settings251................................................................................................................................................................
Oc48_16 Card Default Settings255................................................................................................................................................................
Table C-2 Oc48_16 Card Default Settings255................................................................................................................................................................
Asap Card Default Settings259................................................................................................................................................................
Table C-3 Asap Card Default Settings259................................................................................................................................................................
Node Default Settings272................................................................................................................................................................
Table C-4 Node Default Settings272................................................................................................................................................................
Time Zones277................................................................................................................................................................
Table C-5 Time Zones277................................................................................................................................................................
Ctc Default Settings280................................................................................................................................................................

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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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