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1 Quick Start ..................................................................................................... 1.1 Starting and Shutting down the T2000 ................................................... 1.1.1 Starting T2000 Computer...............................................................

1.1.2 Shutting down T2000 Computer .................................................... 1.1.3 Starting T2000 Server .................................................................... 1.1.4 Restarting T2000 Server from System Monitor.............................. 1.1.5 Exiting T2000 Server ..................................................................... 1.1.6 Starting T2000 Client ..................................................................... 1.1.7 Exiting T2000 Client ....................................................................... 1.1.8 Switching T2000 User .................................................................... 1.2 Verifying whether License File has been Installed Correctly .................. 1.3 Opening Online Help .............................................................................. 1.4 Closing Online Help ................................................................................ 1.5 System Setting ....................................................................................... 1.5.1 Enabling Display of Needed Functions .......................................... 1.5.2 Setting Alarm Sounds .................................................................... 1.5.3 Setting Background........................................................................ 1.5.4 Setting Screen Lockout .................................................................. 1.5.5 Changing NM Users Password ..................................................... 1.6 Views ...................................................................................................... 1.6.1 Main Topology ............................................................................... 1.6.2 Equipment Maintenance Console .................................................. 1.6.3 Protection Network View ................................................................ 1.6.4 Trail View ....................................................................................... 1.6.5 DCN View ...................................................................................... 1.6.6 Custom View .................................................................................. 1.6.7 NE Panel ........................................................................................ 1.7 Selecting Operation Objects from Object Tree....................................... 1.8 Setting Parameters in the List ................................................................ 1.9 Operation Precautions ............................................................................ 2 Creating Topology ........................................................................................ 2.1 Creating NEs .......................................................................................... 2.1.1 Searching NEs in Batch ................................................................. 2.1.2 Manually Creating Subrack NEs .................................................... 2.1.3 Manually Creating Optical NEs ...................................................... 2.1.4 Deleting Subrack NE ...................................................................... 2.1.5 Deleting Optical NE........................................................................ 2.1.6 Switching NE User ......................................................................... 2.2 Creating Topology Subnet ......................................................................

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2.3 Changing Subrack NE Attributes............................................................ 2.3.1 Changing Subrack NE Name and Remarks .................................. 2.3.2 Changing Subrack NE IP Address ................................................. 2.3.3 Changing Subrack NE Extended ID ............................................... 2.3.4 Changing Subrack NE Subnet Mask ............................................. 2.3.5 Changing Subrack NE Pre-configuration Attribute ......................... 2.4 Creating Optical NE Attributes ............................................................... 2.4.1 Changing Optical NE Name and Remarks .................................... 2.4.2 Changing Resource Division of Optical NE ................................... 2.5 Creating Links ........................................................................................ 2.5.1 Creating NM Ethernet Line ............................................................ 2.5.2 Creating Extended ECC ................................................................. 2.5.3 Creating Serial Port Line ................................................................ 2.6 Creating NM ........................................................................................... 3 Security Management ................................................................................... 3.1 Creating NE User and Assigning Authority ............................................ 3.2 Managing NE Login ................................................................................ 3.2.1 Switching NE User ......................................................................... 3.2.2 Forcing NE User to Logout NE ...................................................... 3.2.3 Locking NE Login ........................................................................... 3.2.4 Locking NE Settings ....................................................................... 3.2.5 Setting NE Security Parameters .................................................... 3.2.6 Viewing NE Log and Report ........................................................... 3.3 Creating NM User ................................................................................... 3.3.1 Adding New Operation Set ............................................................ 3.3.2 Adding New Equipment Set ........................................................... 3.3.3 Adding New NM User Group ......................................................... 3.3.4 Modifying Authority of NM User Group .......................................... 3.3.5 Creating NM User and Assign Authority ........................................ 3.3.6 Slightly Adjusting Authority of NM User ......................................... 3.3.7 Modifying User Attribute ................................................................. 3.3.8 Enabling Remote Maintenance User ............................................. 3.4 Managing T2000 Login........................................................................... 3.4.1 Locking T2000 Client Screen ......................................................... 3.4.2 Switching NM User ........................................................................ 3.4.3 Switching Between Single User Mode and Multi-user Mode ......... 3.4.4 Forcing Other Users to Exit T2000 ................................................ 3.4.5 Modifying NM Users Password ..................................................... 4 Configuring Equipment ................................................................................

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4.1 Viewing NE Resource ............................................................................ 4.2 Uploading Data if NE has been Configured ........................................... 4.2.1 Uploading/ Downloading NE Configuration Data ........................... 4.2.2 Checking Configuration Data Consistency Between NE and the T2000 ................................................................................................ 4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data......................................................... 4.4 Manually Configuring NE Data ............................................................... 4.5 Creating Board ....................................................................................... 4.6 Deleting Board ........................................................................................ 4.7 Creating Fiber ......................................................................................... 4.8 Viewing Unit Version .............................................................................. 4.9 Creating and View Physical Location Information .................................. 4.9.1 Creating and Viewing Equipment Room Information ..................... 4.9.2 Creating and Viewing Cabinet Information .................................... 4.9.3 Modifying and Viewing Subrack Information .................................. 4.10 Viewing NE Hardware Information ....................................................... 5 Configuring Communication ....................................................................... 5.1 Setting NE Communication Parameters ................................................. 5.2 Enabling Serial Port/Ethernet Port Access Control ................................ 5.3 Setting DCC Rate and Allocating the Resource ..................................... 5.4 Setting DCC Transparent Transmission ................................................. 5.5 DCN Protection Management ................................................................ 5.5.1 Modifying the Attributes of a GNE .................................................. 5.5.2 Changing GNE for an NE............................................................... 5.5.3 Adding Standby GNEs for an NE ................................................... 5.5.4 Changing an Ordinary NE into a GNE ........................................... 5.5.5 Changing a GNE into an Ordinary NE ........................................... 6 Configuring Unit Parameters ....................................................................... 6.1 Configuring Optical Transponder Unit .................................................... 6.2 Configuring Trans-Multiplexer ................................................................ 6.3 Querying Multiplexer and Demultiplexer ................................................ 6.4 Querying Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Unit ......................................... 6.5 Configuring Optical Amplifier Unit .......................................................... 6.6 Configuring Optical Supervisory Channel Unit ....................................... 6.7 Configuring Spectrum Analysis Unit ....................................................... 6.8 Configuring Variable Optical Attenuation Unit ........................................ 6.9 Querying Optical Equalizer Unit ............................................................. 6.10 Querying Automatic Optical Fiber Monitoring Unit ............................... 7 Configuring Clock .........................................................................................

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7.1 Configuring Board Clock Source ............................................................ 7.1.1 Setting Priority Table for Reference Clock ..................................... 7.1.2 Setting SSM Protocol of Current Clock Source ............................. 7.1.3 Setting Restoration Parameters for Current Clock Source ............ 7.1.4 Switching Clock Source ................................................................. 7.1.5 Setting External Clock Source ....................................................... 7.1.6 Setting Lock Status of Clock Source .............................................. 7.2 Configuring Returned Clock of Optical Supervisory Channel Board ...... 7.3 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission ........................................ 7.3.1 Configuring Input Attributes of Service Clock ................................ 7.3.2 Configuring Output Attributes of Service Clock.............................. 7.3.3 Configuring Working Route of Service Clock ................................. 8 Configuring Overhead Interface .................................................................. 8.1 Configuring Orderwire Phone ................................................................. 8.2 Configuring Conference Call .................................................................. 8.3 Configuring Auxiliary Port ....................................................................... 8.4 Configuring F1 Data Port........................................................................ 8.5 Configuring Broadcast Data Port............................................................ 8.6 Configuring Subnet No. for the Optical Interface.................................... 9 Configuring Network Parameters ................................................................ 9.1 Laser Maintenance ................................................................................. 9.1.1 Querying Laser Performance Threshold ........................................ 9.1.2 Switching DWDM Laser Status ...................................................... 9.1.3 Querying Laser Spectrum Analysis Data ....................................... 9.2 Optical Power Management ................................................................... 9.3 DWDM Overhead Byte Management ..................................................... 9.4 IPA Management.................................................................................... 9.4.1 Creating IPA ................................................................................... 9.4.2 Setting Delay Time for IPA ............................................................. 9.4.3 Restarting IPA ................................................................................ 9.4.4 Deleting IPA ................................................................................... 9.5 ALC Management for 1600G/320GV3 ................................................... 9.5.1 Configuring the ALC Protocol Path ................................................ 9.5.2 Creating the ALC Link Node .......................................................... 9.5.3 Checking the ALC Link .................................................................. 9.5.4 Searching the ALC Link ................................................................. 9.5.5 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment ................................ 9.6 ALC Management for 320G ................................................................... 9.6.1 Creating the ALC Link Node ..........................................................

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9.6.2 Checking the ALC Link .................................................................. 9.6.3 Search the ALC Link ...................................................................... 9.6.4 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment ................................ 9.7 Fiber Power Check ................................................................................. 9.8 Automatic Optical Power Equalization ................................................... 9.8.1 Creating the APE Pair .................................................................... 9.8.2 Configuring Wavelength Monitoring Flag ....................................... 9.8.3 Setting Standard Power Curve ...................................................... 9.8.4 Starting/Stopping Regulation ......................................................... 9.9 Wavelength Management ...................................................................... 9.9.1 Setting the Customized Display ..................................................... 9.9.2 Browsing Wavelength Trails .......................................................... 9.9.3 Viewing the Details about a Wavelength Trail ............................... 9.9.4 Managing the Wavelength Division Optical Power ........................ 9.9.5 Viewing the Relevant Alarms of a Wavelength Trail ...................... 9.9.6 Viewing the Wavelength Trail Performance ................................... 9.10 Configuring OAMS ............................................................................... 9.10.1 Starting OAMS through T2000 ..................................................... 9.10.2 Browsing Curve File ..................................................................... 9.10.3 Modifying Curve File .................................................................... 9.10.4 Setting Reference Curve .............................................................. 9.10.5 Test on-Demand .......................................................................... 9.10.6 Periodic Test ................................................................................ 10 Configuring Protection ...............................................................................

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10.1 Configuring Optical Line Protection ...................................................... 10-2 10.2 Configuring Wavelength Protection Group ........................................... 10-4 10.3 Configuring 1+ 1 Optical Channel Protection ....................................... 10-7 10.4 Configuring 1:N Optical Channel Protection ......................................... 10-9 10.4.1 Creating 1:N Optical Channel Protection ..................................... 10-9 10.4.2 Searching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Subnet ...................... 10-11 10.4.3 Switching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Status ........................ 10-12 10.5 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission Protection ..................... 10-15 11 Configuring Alarm and Performance Monitoring Parameters ................ 11.1 Synchronizing NE Time ........................................................................ 11.2 Setting Network Wide Alarm Attributes ................................................ 11.2.1 Creating New Alarm Attribute Template ...................................... 11.2.2 Creating Alarm Correlation Rule .................................................. 11.2.3 Creating Fault Diagnosis Rule ..................................................... 11.2.4 Enabling the Switch of Alarm Function ........................................ 11-1 11-2 11-3 11-3 11-4 11-4 11-6

11.2.5 Enabling Alarm Notification to E-mail or Pager ............................ 11.2.6 Enabling Alarm Box and Setting Parameter ................................ 11.2.7 Setting Alarm Dump Condition ..................................................... 11.3 Setting NE Alarm Attributes.................................................................. 11.4 Setting Board/Port Alarm Attributes ..................................................... 11.4.1 Setting Alarm Severity and Auto-report status ............................. 11.4.2 Setting Alarm Reversion .............................................................. 11.4.3 Setting Alarm Suppression Status ............................................... 11.4.4 Setting Alarm Filter Status ........................................................... 11.4.5 Setting Bit Error Alarm Threshold ................................................ 11.4.6 Setting AIS Insertion Switch......................................................... 11.4.7 Setting UNEQ Insertion Switch .................................................... 11.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters ....................................... 11.5.1 Creating Performance Threshold Template ................................. 11.5.2 Setting Performance Threshold ................................................... 11.5.3 Setting Board Temperature Threshold ......................................... 11.5.4 Setting Performance Monitoring Object ....................................... 11.5.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Start/Stop Status ...................... 11.5.6 Setting Non-Periodic Automatic Report of Performance Event ... 11.5.7 Resetting NE Performance Register ............................................ 11.5.8 Setting Performance Dump Conditions ........................................ 12 Synchronization and Data Management...................................................

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12.1 Synchronizing NE Time ........................................................................ 12-2 12.2 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE ............................................... 12-2 12.3 Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database ......................................... 12-4 12.3.1 Immediately Backing up T2000 Database ................................... 12-4 12.3.2 Enabling Automatical T2000 Database Backup........................... 12-4 12.3.3 Restoring T2000 Database .......................................................... 12-6 12.4 Managing NE Database ....................................................................... 12-8 12.4.1 Checking the Consistency of NE Configuration Data .................. 12-8 12.4.2 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data .......................... 12-9 12.4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data .............................................. 12-9 12.4.4 Initializing NE Configuration Data ................................................ 12-9 12.4.5 Exporting ROME Text Files Periodically ...................................... 12-11 13 Routine Maintenance .................................................................................. 13.1 Browsing Alarm .................................................................................... 13.1.1 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE ....................................... 13.1.2 Browsing Network-Wide Current Alarms ..................................... 13.1.3 Browsing Current Alarms and Abnormal Event ........................... 13-1 13-2 13-2 13-2 13-4

13.1.4 Browsing History Alarms .............................................................. 13.1.5 Browsing Alarm Statistics and Output Report .............................. 13.1.6 Turning off Alarm Indicator on Alarm Box .................................... 13.1.7 Clearing Alarms ........................................................................... 13.2 Performance Monitoring ....................................................................... 13.2.1 Browsing Current Performance Data ........................................... 13.2.2 Browsing PM Threshold-crossing Record.................................... 13.2.3 Browsing History Performance Data ............................................ 13.3 Browsing Operation Log ....................................................................... 13.4 Checking Switching Status ................................................................... 13.4.1 Checking Line Protection Switching............................................. 13.4.2 Checking Wavelength Protection Switching ................................ 13.4.3 Checking 1+1 Channel Protection Switching ............................... 13.4.4 Checking 1:N Channel Protection Switching ............................... 13.4.5 Checking Clock Transparent Transmission Protection Switching ................................................................................................. 13.5 Synchronization .................................................................................... 13.6 Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database ......................................... 13.7 Equipment Data Collection ................................................................... 13.8 Automatic Disabling of NE Function ..................................................... 14 Fault Maintenance ...................................................................................... 14.1 Checking Optical Power ....................................................................... 14.2 Setting OTU Loopback ......................................................................... 14.3 Performing Protection Switching .......................................................... 14.3.1 Performing Line Protection Switching .......................................... 14.3.2 Performing Wavelength Protection Switching .............................. 14.3.3 Performing 1+1 Channel Protection Switching ............................ 14.3.4 Performing 1:N Channel Protection Switching ............................. 14.3.5 Performing Clock Transparent Transmission Protection Switching ................................................................................................. 14.4 Fault Diagnosis Wizard ........................................................................ 14.4.1 Set Fault Diagnosis Rules............................................................ 14.4.2 Fault Diagnosis Wizard ................................................................ 14.5 Hard Resetting and Soft Resetting Unit ............................................... 14.6 Resetting NE Software ......................................................................... 14.7 Remote Maintenance ........................................................................... 14.8 Modifying Overhead Byte ..................................................................... A Obtaining and Installing License ................................................................ A.1 Obtaining License .................................................................................. A.2 Installing License ...................................................................................

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Manual Version T2-041666-20040617-C-1.80 T2-041666-20040914-C-1.81 T2-041666-20041118-C-1.82 Notes Initial field trial release Second time release. Third time release.

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Add several ROME interface files in 12.4.5.

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Contents
1 Quick Start
1.1 Starting and Shutting down the T2000 1.1.1 Starting T2000 Computer 1.1.2 Shutting down T2000 Computer 1.1.3 Starting T2000 Server 1.1.4 Restarting T2000 Server from System Monitor 1.1.5 Exiting T2000 Server 1.1.6 Starting T2000 Client 1.1.7 Exiting T2000 Client 1.1.8 Switching T2000 User 1.2 Verifying whether License File has been Installed Correctly 1.3 Opening Online Help 1.4 Closing Online Help 1.5 System Setting 1.5.1 Enabling Display of Needed Functions 1.5.2 Setting Alarm Sounds 1.5.3 Setting Background 1.5.4 Setting Screen Lockout 1.5.5 Changing NM Users Password 1.6 Views 1.6.1 Main Topology 1.6.2 Equipment Maintenance Console 1.6.3 Protection Network View 1.6.4 Trail View 1.6.5 DCN View 1.6.6 Custom View 1.6.7 NE Panel

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2 Creating Topology
2.1 Creating NEs 2.1.1 Searching NEs in Batch 2.1.2 Manually Creating Subrack NEs 2.1.3 Manually Creating Optical NEs 2.1.4 Deleting Subrack NE 2.1.5 Deleting Optical NE 2.1.6 Switching NE User 2.2 Creating Topology Subnet 2.3 Changing Subrack NE Attributes 2.3.1 Changing Subrack NE Name and Remarks 2.3.2 Changing Subrack NE IP Address 2.3.3 Changing Subrack NE Extended ID 2.3.4 Changing Subrack NE Subnet Mask 2.3.5 Changing Subrack NE Pre-configuration Attribute 2.4 Creating Optical NE Attributes 2.4.1 Changing Optical NE Name and Remarks 2.4.2 Changing Resource Division of Optical NE 2.5 Creating Links 2.5.1 Creating NM Ethernet Line 2.5.2 Creating Extended ECC 2.5.3 Creating Serial Port Line 2.6 Creating NM

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3 Security Management
3.1 Creating NE User and Assigning Authority 3.2 Managing NE Login 3.2.1 Switching NE User 3.2.2 Forcing NE User to Logout NE 3.2.3 Locking NE Login 3.2.4 Locking NE Settings 3.2.5 Setting NE Security Parameters 3.2.6 Viewing NE Log and Report 3.3 Creating NM User

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4 Configuring Equipment
4.1 Viewing NE Resource 4.2 Uploading Data if NE has been Configured 4.2.1 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data 4.2.2 Checking Configuration Data Consistency Between NE and the T2000 4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data 4.4 Manually Configuring NE Data 4.5 Creating Board 4.6 Deleting Board 4.7 Creating Fiber 4.8 Viewing Unit Version 4.9 Creating and View Physical Location Information 4.9.1 Creating and Viewing Equipment Room Information 4.9.2 Creating and Viewing Cabinet Information 4.9.3 Modifying and Viewing Subrack Information 4.10 Viewing NE Hardware Information

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5 Configuring Communication
5.1 Setting NE Communication Parameters 5.2 Enabling Serial Port/Ethernet Port Access Control 5.3 Setting DCC Rate and Allocating the Resource 5.4 Setting DCC Transparent Transmission 5.5 DCN Protection Management

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6 Configuring Unit Parameters


6.1 Configuring Optical Transponder Unit 6.2 Configuring Trans-Multiplexer 6.3 Querying Multiplexer and Demultiplexer 6.4 Querying Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Unit 6.5 Configuring Optical Amplifier Unit 6.6 Configuring Optical Supervisory Channel Unit 6.7 Configuring Spectrum Analysis Unit 6.8 Configuring Variable Optical Attenuation Unit 6.9 Querying Optical Equalizer Unit 6.10 Querying Automatic Optical Fiber Monitoring Unit

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7 Configuring Clock
7.1 Configuring Board Clock Source 7.1.1 Setting Priority Table for Reference Clock 7.1.2 Setting SSM Protocol of Current Clock Source 7.1.3 Setting Restoration Parameters for Current Clock Source 7.1.4 Switching Clock Source 7.1.5 Setting External Clock Source 7.1.6 Setting Lock Status of Clock Source 7.2 Configuring Returned Clock of Optical Supervisory Channel Board 7.3 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission 7.3.1 Configuring Input Attributes of Service Clock 7.3.2 Configuring Output Attributes of Service Clock 7.3.3 Configuring Working Route of Service Clock

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8 Configuring Overhead Interface


8.1 Configuring Orderwire Phone 8.2 Configuring Conference Call 8.3 Configuring Auxiliary Port 8.4 Configuring F1 Data Port 8.5 Configuring Broadcast Data Port 8.6 Configuring Subnet No. for the Optical Interface

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9 Configuring Network Parameters


9.1 Laser Maintenance 9.1.1 Querying Laser Performance Threshold 9.1.2 Switching DWDM Laser Status 9.1.3 Querying Laser Spectrum Analysis Data 9.2 Optical Power Management 9.3 DWDM Overhead Byte Management 9.4 IPA Management 9.4.1 Creating IPA 9.4.2 Setting Delay Time for IPA 9.4.3 Restarting IPA 9.4.4 Deleting IPA 9.5 ALC Management for 1600G/320GV3 9.5.1 Configuring the ALC Protocol Path 9.5.2 Creating the ALC Link Node 9.5.3 Checking the ALC Link 9.5.4 Searching the ALC Link 9.5.5 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment 9.6 ALC Management for 320G 9.6.1 Creating the ALC Link Node 9.6.2 Checking the ALC Link 9.6.3 Search the ALC Link 9.6.4 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment 9.7 Fiber Power Check 9.8 Automatic Optical Power Equalization 9.8.1 Creating the APE Pair 9.8.2 Configuring Wavelength Monitoring Flag 9.8.3 Setting Standard Power Curve 9.8.4 Starting/Stopping Regulation 9.9 Wavelength Management 9.9.1 Setting the Customized Display 9.9.2 Browsing Wavelength Trails 9.9.3 Viewing the Details about a Wavelength Trail 9.9.4 Managing the Wavelength Division Optical Power 9.9.5 Viewing the Relevant Alarms of a Wavelength Trail 9.9.6 Viewing the Wavelength Trail Performance 9.10 Configuring OAMS

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10 Configuring Protection
10.1 Configuring Optical Line Protection 10.2 Configuring Wavelength Protection Group 10.3 Configuring 1+1 Optical Channel Protection 10.4 Configuring 1:N Optical Channel Protection 10.4.1 Creating 1:N Optical Channel Protection 10.4.2 Searching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Subnet 10.4.3 Switching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Status 10.5 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission Protection

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11 Configuring Alarm and Performance Monitoring Parameters


11.1 Synchronizing NE Time 11.2 Setting Network Wide Alarm Attributes 11.2.1 Creating New Alarm Attribute Template 11.2.2 Creating Alarm Correlation Rule 11.2.3 Creating Fault Diagnosis Rule 11.2.4 Enabling the Switch of Alarm Function 11.2.5 Enabling Alarm Notification to E-mail or Pager 11.2.6 Enabling Alarm Box and Setting Parameter 11.2.7 Setting Alarm Dump Condition 11.3 Setting NE Alarm Attributes 11.4 Setting Board/Port Alarm Attributes 11.4.1 Setting Alarm Severity and Auto-report status 11.4.2 Setting Alarm Reversion 11.4.3 Setting Alarm Suppression Status 11.4.4 Setting Alarm Filter Status 11.4.5 Setting Bit Error Alarm Threshold 11.4.6 Setting AIS Insertion Switch 11.4.7 Setting UNEQ Insertion Switch 11.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters 11.5.1 Creating Performance Threshold Template

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12 Synchronization and Data Management


12.1 Synchronizing NE Time 12.2 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE 12.3 Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database 12.3.1 Immediately Backing up T2000 Database 12.3.2 Enabling Automatical T2000 Database Backup 12.3.3 Restoring T2000 Database 12.4 Managing NE Database 12.4.1 Checking the Consistency of NE Configuration Data 12.4.2 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data 12.4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data 12.4.4 Initializing NE Configuration Data 12.4.5 Exporting ROME Text Files Periodically

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13 Routine Maintenance
13.1 Browsing Alarm 13.1.1 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE 13.1.2 Browsing Network-Wide Current Alarms 13.1.3 Browsing Current Alarms and Abnormal Event 13.1.4 Browsing History Alarms 13.1.5 Browsing Alarm Statistics and Output Report 13.1.6 Turning off Alarm Indicator on Alarm Box 13.1.7 Clearing Alarms 13.2 Performance Monitoring 13.2.1 Browsing Current Performance Data 13.2.2 Browsing PM Threshold-crossing Record 13.2.3 Browsing History Performance Data 13.3 Browsing Operation Log 13.4 Checking Switching Status 13.4.1 Checking Line Protection Switching

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14 Fault Maintenance
14.1 Checking Optical Power 14.2 Setting OTU Loopback 14.3 Performing Protection Switching 14.3.1 Performing Line Protection Switching 14.3.2 Performing Wavelength Protection Switching 14.3.3 Performing 1+1 Channel Protection Switching 14.3.4 Performing 1:N Channel Protection Switching 14.3.5 Performing Clock Transparent Transmission Protection Switching 14.4 Fault Diagnosis Wizard 14.4.1 Set Fault Diagnosis Rules 14.4.2 Fault Diagnosis Wizard 14.5 Hard Resetting and Soft Resetting Unit 14.6 Resetting NE Software 14.7 Remote Maintenance 14.8 Modifying Overhead Byte

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A Obtaining and Installing License


A.1 Obtaining License A.2 Installing License

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Figures
Figure 7-1 Clock numbering supported by TC1/TC2 Figure 9-1 System power when gain control is activated Figure 9-2 System power when ALC is activated Figure 9-3 Networking for APE function Figure 14-1 Cross loopback diagram Figure 14-2 RAS-based remote maintenance 7-11 9-15 9-15 9-33 14-3 14-15

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About this Manual


Related Manuals
Manual OptiX iManager T2000 System Description Usage Introduces the position, functional characteristics, system architecture and networking mode of the T2000, appended with standards that the T2000 complies with, abbreviations and performance indices. Introduces the installation procedure and FAQ of T2000 under the platforms of Windows2000 and Solaris 8. Introduces the configuration and maintenance operations of SDH equipment in the T2000. Introduces the configuration and maintenance operations of WDM equipment in the T2000. Contains all the above manuals in CD-ROM format, readable with Acrobat Reader.

OptiX iManager T2000 Installation Manual OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for SDH OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for WDM OptiX iManager T2000 Electronic Documentation for SDH&WDM

Organization
The manual has the following organization:
Chapter Chapter 1 Quick Start Description This chapter introduces some preparation operations that make the T2000 into a fine work status. This chapter introduces how to create topology objects in the T2000. This chapter introduces some security management tasks of the T2000. This chapter introduces how to configure equipment in the T2000.

Chapter 2 Creating Topology Chapter 3 Security Management Chapter 4 Configuring Equipment

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OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for WDM Chapter Chapter 5 Configuring Communication Chapter 6 Configuring Unit parameters Chapter 7 Configuring Clock Chapter 8 Configuring Overhead Interface Chapter 9 Configuring Network Parameters Chapter 10 Configuring Protection Chapter 11 Configuring Alarm and Performance Monitoring Parameters Chapter 12 Synchronization and Data Management Chapter 13 Routine Maintenance Chapter 14 Fault Maintenance Appendix Description

About this Manual

This chapter introduces basic communication configuring operations that ensures normal communication between the NEs and the T2000. This chapter introduces how to configure units.

This chapter includes the operations of configuring board clock and service clock. This chapter introduces how to configure overhead interface in the T2000. This chapter introduces how to configure network parameters. This chapter introduces how to configure protection.

This chapter introduces how to configuring alarm and performance monitoring parameters.

This chapter introduces the operations of synchronization and data management. This chapter includes the tasks in the routine maintenance work, which should be done regularly, may be daily, weekly or monthly. This chapter introduces basic operations of fault maintenance. Appendix A introduces how to obtain and install the license file. Appendix B introduces the abbreviations.

Intended Audience
This manual is for:

Transmission network management system operator

Conventions
The manual uses the following conventions.

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Symbol Conventions
Symbol Warning Caution Important Note: Note: Description A warning notice with this symbol indicate a potentially hazardous situation in which there is a possibility of personal injury. A caution notice with this symbol indicates a risk to equipment damage or loss of data. An important note notice with this symbol helps you avoid an undesirable situation or indicates important supplementary information. A note notice with this symbol indicates additional, helpful, non-critical information.

GUI Conventions
Convention <> [] / Description Button name are inside angle brackets. For example, click the <OK> button Window names, menu items, data table and field names are inside square brackets. For example, pop up the [New User] window. Multi-level menus are separated by forward slashes. For example, [File/Create/Folder].

Keyboard Operation
Format <Key> <Key1 + Key2> <Key1, Key2> Description Press the key with the key name inside angle brackets. For example, <Enter>, <Tab>, <Backspace>, or <A>. Press the keys concurrently. For example, <Ctrl+Alt+A> means the three keys should be pressed concurrently. Press the keys in turn. For example, <Alt, A> means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operation
Action Select Click Double-click Description Press and hold the primary mouse button (left mouse button by default). Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

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Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

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Quick Start

This chapter introduces some preparation operations that make the T2000 into a fine work status. The following tasks are described: Starting and Shutting down the T2000 Verifying whether License File has been Installed Correctly Opening Online Help Closing Online Help System Setting Views Selecting Operation Objects from Object Tree Setting Parameters in the List Operation Precautions

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1.1 Starting and Shutting down the T2000


1.1.1 Starting T2000 Computer Purpose
Use this procedure to start the computer of UNIX platform and Windows platform correctly. The Sun workstation is different from personal computer (PC). Please start it by strictly observing the following procedure to avoid possible equipment damage or data loss.

Note: T2000 supports both UNIX platform and Windows platform and provides the same functions under the two platforms. For the system hardware details, refer to OptiX iManager T2000 System Description.

Prerequisites

The T2000 hardware has been installed completely. Before starting the system, check the connections of the workstation power cable, monitor power cable, and monitor data cable. Check whether the Ethernet cable of the workstation is correctly connected. If there is external equipment such as printer or modem, check whether the printer or modem is correctly connected to the parallel interface or the serial interface of the workstation respectively. Also, check the connection of the power cable of such external equipment.

Procedure
1. On the UNIX platform Step 1 2 Action Turn on the power switch of the external equipment, such as the monitor, modem, or printer. Turn on the power switch of the workstation host. The Solaris boots automatically to display the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) for login.

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OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for WDM Step 3 Action Enter the user name and password in the login dialog box. For example: User: t2000 (the default is t2000) Password: t2000 (the default is t2000) 4 The CDE starts completely.

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2. On the Windows platform Step 1 2 3 Action Turn on the power switch of the external equipment, such as the monitor, modem, or printer. Turn on the power switch of the PC, and the MS Windows 2000 boots automatically for login. Enter the user name and password in the login dialog box. For example: User: t2000 (the default is t2000) Password: t2000 (the default is t2000) 4 The MS Windows 2000 starts completely.

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1.1.2 Shutting down T2000 Computer Purpose


Use this procedure to shut down the computer of T2000 server or T2000 client correctly. The Sun workstation is different from PC. Please shut it down by strictly observing the following procedure to avoid possible equipment damage or data loss.

Prerequisite

Exit all running applications, including T2000 server, Sybase database, T2000 client and so on.

Procedure
1. On the UNIX platform Step 1 Action Open a terminal window and enter the following commands: %su root Password: rootkit #sync;sync;sync;sync;sync #shutdown -y -g0 -i5 Note: 1) The "rootkit" above is the default password of super user root. If the password is already changed, enter the new password. 2) To reboot the Sun workstation, the last command is #shutdown -y -g0 i6.

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The Sun workstation will be shut down automatically. Turn off the monitor and the external equipment.

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OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for WDM 2. On the Windows platform Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select the [Start/Shut down] from the Windows 2000 desktop. Select Shut down and click <OK> in the dialog box. The computer will be shut down automatically. Turn off the monitor and the external equipment.

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1.1.3 Starting T2000 Server Purpose


Use this procedure to start the T2000 server the first time.

Prerequisites

The T2000 server computer has been started correctly. The T2000 license file is placed in the server directory.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Double-click the "T2000Server" icon on the desktop of the T2000 server. The System Monitor login dialog box will be displayed in a few seconds. Enter password and server in the login dialog box. For example, Password: T2000 (the default is T2000) Server: Local 3 Wait a few minutes until the EMS server, Security server and Topo server are all in Running status. If they are, it means the T2000 server is started successfully.

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1.1.4 Restarting T2000 Server from System Monitor Purpose


The procedure for restarting T2000 server is different from the one specified in 1.1.3 Starting T2000 Server at the first time, since the System Monitor server has been started.

Prerequisites

The T2000 server has been shut down correctly.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Run the System Monitor client program. Note: Usually, the System Monitor client program is C:\T2000\smclient\sysmonitor.bat on the Windows platform, and it is /T2000/smclient/sysmonitor.sh on the UNIX platform.

Enter password and server in the login dialog box. For example, Password: T2000 (the default is T2000) Server: Local

Select [System/Start Server] in the System Monitor.

1.1.5 Exiting T2000 Server Purpose


Use this procedure to shut down the T2000 server from the System Monitor.

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Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Start and log in to the System Monitor. Select [System/Stop Server] in the System Monitor.

A confirmation dialog box is displayed. Click <OK>. Wait for a moment until the EMS server, Security server and Topo server are all in Stopped status. If they are, it means the T2000 server is shut down successfully.

1.1.6 Starting T2000 Client Purpose


Use this procedure to start the T2000 client correctly.

Prerequisite

The T2000 server has been started correctly.

Procedure
Step 1 Action On the computer of T2000 client, double-click the T2000Client icon on the desktop.

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Enter the user name, the password and the address of T2000 server in the login dialog box. For example: Name: Admin Password: T2000 Server: 127.0.0.1

Note: 1) By default, the initial user name of T2000 is admin, and the password is T2000. To ensure the security of the T2000, the administrator should instantly change this password and keep the new one. 2) The administrator should create new T2000 users and assign them with certain authorities to NM staff.

Click <Login> to enter the main topology windows of T2000.

1.1.7 Exiting T2000 Client Purpose


Use this procedure to exit the T2000 client only.

Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select the [System/Exit] from the Main Menu. A confirmation dialog box is displayed. 2 Click <OK>.

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1.1.8 Switching T2000 User Purpose


Different users operating the T2000 client have different T2000 user names and passwords. Each one accesses the screen with his own T2000 user. Use this procedure to switch a T2000 user.

Prerequisite

The user has logged in the T2000.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select the [System/Change User] from the Main Menu. A confirmation dialog box is displayed. Click <OK>. The login dialog box is displayed. If no other users want to log in the client, just leave the window there and skip steps 3 4. 3 If another T2000 user wants to operate on the client, enter the user name and password. For example: Name: ABC Password: 123

Click <Login>.

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1.2 Verifying whether License File has been Installed Correctly


Purpose
The functions of the T2000 are controlled by the license file. Without a license file, the T2000 can be started, but the features and management capability are limited. So, before starting the T2000, please make sure the license file has been correctly installed.

Prerequisites

The T2000 license file is placed in the sub-directory server of T2000 installation directory. The T2000 server has been started correctly.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Start a T2000 client. Select [Help/About] from the Main Menu. Click <License Information>.

Check the functions and management capabilities listed in it. Note: 1) If the functions are correct, the license works normally. 2) If not, please exit the T2000 client and server first, and then reinstall the license file. The detailed information about how to install license file is described in the Appendix A.2 Installing License File or the OptiX iManager T2000 Installation Manual.

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1.3 Opening Online Help


Purpose
Help is the main information resources of the T2000, which can help you to master the operation procedures and know about the interface operation guides at any time. You can open the T2000 help in the following two ways:

From the menu of the T2000 client From a certain function interface

Prerequisite

The T2000 has been working normally.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Help/Help Topics] from the Main Menu to display the help window.

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In the operation interface of the T2000 client, press <F1> to display the help topic for this function. For example, press F1 in the Optical Transponder Unit functional window and the Help Topic of this function is displayed.

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1.4 Closing Online Help


Purpose
Use this procedure to close the T2000 help window.

Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Make sure that the active dialog box has been closed, because it will lock the help window. Make sure that the pop-up help window has been closed before closing the help window. Note: To close the pop-up window, click outside it in the help window.

Click

of the help windows to close it.

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1.5 System Setting


1.5.1 Enabling Display of Needed Functions Purpose
The T2000 can manage Huawei's optical transmission equipment, including the SONET equipment, DWDM equipment and SDH equipment. It can also manage the ATM service and Ethernet service. You can set whether to display them at the client as required. Furthermore, the T2000 hides some functions that are not used frequently as advanced menus. You can set whether to display them at the client.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/System Setting] from the Main Menu. Click the tab "Customize Function". Select the checkbox of SDH Functions, DWDM Functions, ATM Functions, Ethernet Functions and SONET Functions. In this way, only related menu items are displayed.

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If the less common functions need to be displayed in the menu, select the Show Advanced Menu checkbox. If not, skip this step.

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Click <OK>. Restart the client to validate the settings.

1.5.2 Setting Alarm Sounds Purpose


Use this procedure to set the prompt sounds of the system for reporting different severities of alarms as well as the sounds for exception events and performance threshold-crossing events.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. The client must have installed the sound playing equipment.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/System Setting] from the Main Menu. Click the tab "Sound". Set the voice type and duration of the event. Click <Play> to test the alarm sound settings.

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OptiX iManager T2000 Operation Manual for WDM Step 4 Action If the alarm sound needs to be shut off forever on the T2000 client, select the Shut off Sound Forever checkbox. If not, skip this step. 5 Click <OK>.

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1.5.3 Setting Background Purpose


Use this procedure to set the backgrounds of the T2000 views respectively. You can select the pictures provided by the T2000 or introduce other pictures.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [System/System Setting] from the Main Menu and click the tab "Set Background". Or, right-click the view and select [Background Settings]. 2 If the background pictures need to added or deleted on the T2000 client, please click <Add New Background> or <Delete Background>. If not, skip this step. 3 Double-click the Background for the view to display the combo box, and select the background picture.

Click <OK>.

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1.5.4 Setting Screen Lockout Purpose


Use this procedure to set whether the client of the current user is auto-locked and the delay time that the client is locked automatically.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/System Setting] from the Main Menu. Click the tab "System Lockout". Enter the delay time in the Minute(s) entry box for locking screen.

Click <OK>. Note: To lock the current client immediately, select [System/Lock NM Screen] in the Main Menu. To unlock the screen, press <CTRL>+<ALT>+<U> and enter the login user password.

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1.5.5 Changing NM Users Password Purpose


Use this procedure to change the current T2000 user's password.

Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/Change Password] from the Main Menu. Enter the old password. Enter the new password and confirm it.

Click <OK>.

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1.6 Views
1.6.1 Main Topology
The T2000 constructs and manages topology structure of the network through the Main Topology. The topology management includes creating topology object, creating subnet, creating fiber/cable, and searching for the existing equipments in the network.
Alarm button Topology object tree Main menu Topology menu Toolbar button Toolbar Topology view Maintenance status Legend tab Abnormal Filter tab event indicator

Current topology subnet

Equipment/Unit information

Multi-user/Single user mode

Current T2000 user

T2000 Server IP

Date & Time

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1.6.2 Equipment Maintenance Console


The equipment maintenance console is the main operation interface of the T2000. You can open the functions of equipment configuration, management and maintenance through selecting the corresponding function node in the navigation tree.

Interface
Navigation tree Function Toolbar button List title Toolbar Parameter setting area Display box

Object tree

Subnet/NE/Unit/ Module name

Double-right-arrow button

Time/Date button

Commond button

Combo box

Refresh/Expand all/Collapse all

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1.6.3 Protection Network View


The protection view enables search, browse, creation, setting and management on the protection subnetwork as well as management on independent nodes and SDH NNI.

Interface

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1.6.4 Trail View


The trail view enables search, creation, configuration and maintenance management functions on network trails.

Interface

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1.6.5 DCN View


The Data Communication Network (DCN) is to implement the transmission of management information, providing the information switch between the NM (network management) and NEs (network elements). T2000 can communicate with each NE, via the TCP/IP channel between T2000 and gateway NE and via the ECC between the gateway NE and non-gateway NE. The communications between the NEs and the NM can be managed in a unified way through the DCN view.

Interface
NE tab GNE tab DCN menu Toolbar View View filter tab View legend tab

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1.6.6 Custom View


A custom view is a topological view similar a Main Topology. Generally, in the T2000, different users have different network management ranges. A user can customize a view for the network topology and equipment under certain administration as a working interface. In a custom view window, the topology structure of a network, including the link and subnet/NE, is displayed.

Interface
Alarm button Topology view Custom view name Main menu Toolbar button Toolbar Shortcut menu Legend tab Filter tab Maintenance status

Abnormal event indicator

Current topology subnet

Multi-user/Single user mode

Current T2000 user

T2000 Server IP

Data & Time

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Procedure
1. Create a custom view Step 1 2 Action Select [View/Custom View] from the Main Menu. Click <Create> in the "View Management" dialog box.

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In the "Basic Attributes" tab, enter the view name and descriptions and select the background. Click the "Object Selection" tab and select the link and subnet/NE to be included in the view.

Click <OK> to create a custom view.

2. Open a custom view Step 1 2 Action Select [View/Custom View] from the Main Menu. Select a custom view record in the "View Management" dialog box.

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3. Modify a custom view Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [View/Custom View] from the Main Menu. Select a custom view record in the "View Management" dialog box. Click <Modify> in the "View Management" dialog box. Modify the attributes of this view and the object it includes. Click <OK> to confirm the modification.

4. Delete a custom view Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/Custom View] from the Main Menu. Select a custom view record in the "View Management" dialog box. Click < Delete> to remove it.

5. Set a custom view as the startup view Step 1 2 Action Open a custom view window. Right-click in the custom view and select [Save as Home View] to set the current custom view as the default startup view. Note: To set Main Topology as startup view, select [Set Start View to Main Topology].

Restart the T2000 client to automatically enter the custom view.

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of equipment configuration. It is also an important means for monitoring equipment operation status and locating fault.

Interface
Double-click the NE icon in the Main Topology view to display the NE panel. Right-click an idle slot, and select the unit to be added.

Right-click a unit installed to display the corresponding shortcut menu.

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1.7 Selecting Operation Objects from Object Tree


Purpose
Before any operations such as configuration and query in the Equipment Maintenance Console, you need to select operation objects such as NE, unit, port or functional module from the object tree in the lower-left pane. The operations in the Equipment Maintenance Console are taken as an example in the following description.

Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 Action After any function selection in the equipment maintenance console, the operation object concerning this function will be shown in the navigation tree on the lower left part of the view. Clicking before the operation object can extend the lower directory contained. Clicking the check boxes before the operation objects can select or not select the objects and all the operation objects they contain. The object selected will have a before.

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Click double-right-arrow button (red) to be added to the operation interface in the right pane. Then, operations such as query and configuration can be done there.

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1.8 Setting Parameters in the List


Purpose
The T2000 operation interface adopts the style of tree on the left and list on the right. All parameters are set in the list. The operations in the Equipment Maintenance Console are taken as an example in the following description.

Prerequisite
None.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action In the upper-left pane, select a functional node from the Equipment Maintenance Console navigation tree. In the lower-left pane, select the operation object from the object tree and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one or more rows to be set in the list box. Double-click the column to be set in the list to display the pull-down combo box or edit box. Select the appropriate item from the combo box or type a desired value in the edit box. Another way is to right-click the item to be modified to select the appropriate item from the shortcut menu.

Click <OK>.

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1.9 Operation Precautions


It is forbidden to modify the system time of the server during the T2000 operation. Please set the system time during the T2000 installation. To modify the system time of the server, do exit from the T2000 server first and then restart it after the modification. Do not modify the name and IP address of the computer as T2000 server randomly. Log in the Solaris CDE as t2000 on the UNIX platform. While on the Windows platform, you must use the user name and password in the T2000 installation for login. Make sure the data at NE side is consistent with that at the NM side. When the NE data configuration is finished and runs normally, please update the data at the NM side manually or with auto synchronization function. Backup the T2000 database periodically to minimize the loss caused by system abnormity. If the login user has the authority of system administrator, the operation of Shut Down Server can be implemented. Be cautious to execute this operation to avoid shutting down the running server by mistake. It is recommended to query the latest data from the NE side before settings parameters. Usually, when a dangerous operation is going to be implemented, the T2000 will give a confirmation message to remind the operator.

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The following tasks are described:

Creating Topology

This chapter introduces how to create topology objects in the T2000 screen. This is the first step in configuration.

Creating NEs Creating Topology Subnet Changing Subrack NE Attributes Creating Optical NE Attributes Creating Links Creating NM

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2.1 Creating NEs


There are several ways to create NEs.

2.1.1 Searching NEs in Batch Purpose


It is to search for the NE ID information of all NEs in a network and the IP addresses of the gateway NEs by specifying the IP address range of a network to be searched. Based on the above information, you can create NEs in batch on the T2000 and display them on the Main Topology. The equipment search function of the T2000 can also be used to search for and display the information about connection between NEs, but you need to manually create these fibers/cables one by one. Searching for and creating NEs in batch is quicker and more accurate than manually creating NEs one by one. This method applies to the situation that data has been configured on the NE side and fiber/cable connection has been established between NEs.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Select [Topology/Automatic Equipment Detection] from the Main Menu. Click <Add Search Field>. The Input IP dialog box is displayed. Select Address Type and enter the IP address. Click <OK>. Note: You can repeat steps 2~3 to add multiple search fields.

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Click <Start Search>. The NEs and Links found are displayed after search. Select the uncreated NE in the NEs Found list and click <Create NE>. The Current NE ID is dialog box is displayed.

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Enter the NE user name and password. You can select the All NEs use the same User and Password or Save User and Password for Re-Use combo box when creating multiple NEs.

Click <OK>. The NE is created in the Main Topology.

2.1.2 Manually Creating Subrack NEs Purpose


WDM equipment is composed of subrack NE and optical NE (ONE) on T2000. The subrack NE represents a physical subrack of WDM equipment and the ONE represents a logical equipment type, for example, OTM. The subrack NE belongs to an ONE and one ONE contains 1 3 subrack NEs. There are two ways to create the ONE and the subrack NE in T2000.

You can create ONE firstly and then create subrack NEs that belong to this ONE. You can create several subrack NEs in affiliated idle ONE first and then create an ONE to obtain subrack NEs from the idle ONE. Idle ONE is the default ONE which contains the new created subrack NEs.

Use this procedure to manually create subrack NEs one by one. This method applies to the situation no matter whether data has been configured on the NE side or not.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

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Procedure
1. Creating gateway subrack NE Step Action

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Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object]. Select the NE type from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the NE. Select IP Gateway in Gateway Type item.

Note: Default NE user of the T2000: root; default password: password. The NE user for creating an NE shall be at the system maintainer level at least. You can choose the Pre-Configuration combo box if the data has not been configured on the NE side.

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Click <OK>. Click in the Main Topology. The icon of this NE appears in the position where you click.

2. Creating common subrack NE Step Action

Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object].

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Select the NE type from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the NE.

Note: Default NE user of the T2000: root; default password: password. The NE user for creating an NE shall be at the system maintainer level at least. You can choose the Pre-Configuration combo box if the data has not been configured on the NE side. The subrack NE created is in affiliated idle ONE.

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Click <OK>. Click in the Main Topology. The icon of this NE appears in the position where you click.

2.1.3 Manually Creating Optical NEs Purpose


Use this procedure to manually create optical NEs (ONEs) one by one.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

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Procedure
Step Action

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Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object]. Select the optical NE type DWDM_OTM from the Create Topology Object dialog box. Note: You can choose the Pre-Configuration combo box if the data has not been configured on the NE side.

Click Basic Attributes tab and enter the attribute information of the ONE.

Note: There are three types of optical NEs in T2000: DWDM_OTM, DWDM_OLA, and DWDM_OADM.

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Click Divide Resource tab and select created subrack NEs from the Available Boards column. Click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Click <OK>. Click in the Main Topology. The icon of this NE appears in the position where you click.

2.1.4 Deleting Subrack NE Purpose


Use this procedure to manually delete subrack NEs one by one on the NM side.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

Double-click the ONE icon in the Main Topology.

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Right-click the selected subrack NE icon in the left pane and select [Delete]. The Delete dialog box is displayed.

Click <OK>. The NE icon is deleted from the Main Topology.

2.1.5 Deleting Optical NE Purpose


Use this procedure to manually delete optical NEs one by one on the NM side.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Right-click the ONE icon in the Main Topology and select [Delete]. The Delete dialog box is displayed. Click <OK>. The ONE icon is deleted from the Main Topology.

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authority level according to the operation type. To avoid conflict due to the login to the NE from different clients using the same NE user, you often need to switch the NE user.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. NE user has been created.

Procedure
Step Action

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Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Login Management] from the Main Menu. Select the NE with the NE user to be switched from the NE list, and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select the NE in NE Login Management. Click <Switch NE User>. The Switch Current NE User dialog box is displayed. Note: You can use <Ctrl> or <Shift> to select multiple NEs at one time.

Enter the name and password of the new NE user. Click <OK>.

Click <OK> in the Operation Result dialog box.

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2.2 Creating Topology Subnet


Purpose
The subnet created here is a topological concept only. For the convenience of management, topology objects in the same area of a network or with similar attributes are usually arranged in one subnet for display.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Subnet]. Select the tab Basic Attributes in the Create Subnet dialog box. Enter the attributes of the subnet. Select the tab Object Selection and select the created NE from the column Object Not Selected. Click the double-right-arrow button (red).

Click <OK>. The icon

appears on the Main Topology.

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2.3 Changing Subrack NE Attributes


2.3.1 Changing Subrack NE Name and Remarks Purpose
Use this procedure to change subrack NE name and remarks.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Double-click the ONE icon and the subrack NEs are displayed. Right-click the selected subrack NE icon in the left pane and select [Attribute]. The NE Attribute dialog box is displayed. Enter the new subrack NE name and click <Apply>.

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Enter the new subrack NE remarks and click <OK>.

2.3.2 Changing Subrack NE IP Address Purpose


Use this procedure to change subrack NE IP Address.

Caution: Changing subrack NE IP address will not interrupt the communication between the NE and the NM.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system administrator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Select [View/Protection View] from the Main Menu. Select [Communication/Communication Parameter Setting] in the DCN View. Select the subrack NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Enter the new IP in the IP domain and click <Apply>.

2.3.3 Changing Subrack NE Extended ID Purpose


Use this procedure to change the subrack NE Extended ID. Extended ID refers to the higher 8 bits of the NE ID that are used to identify the subnet where the NE is located, and to distinguish different network segments in the WAN.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system administrator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Select [View/Protection View] from the Main Menu. Select [Communication/Communication Parameter Setting] in the DCN View. Select the subrack NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Enter the new extended ID in the Extended ID domain and click <Apply>.

2.3.4 Changing Subrack NE Subnet Mask Purpose


Use this procedure to change subrack NE subnet mask.

Caution: Changing subrack NE subnet mask may interrupt the communication between an NE and the NM.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system administrator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

Select [Communication/Communication Parameter Setting] in the DCN View.

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Select [Communication/Communication Parameter Setting] in the DCN View. Select the subrack NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Enter the new subnet mask in the Subnet Mask domain and click <Apply>.

2.3.5 Changing Subrack NE Pre-configuration Attribute Purpose


Use this procedure to change the pre-configuration attribute of subrack NEs. Data of the pre-configuration subrack NE will not be sent to the NE side. The pre-configuration subrack NE must be changed into normal subrack NE after it runs normally.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. Pre-configuration NE has been created.

Procedure
Step Action

Double-click the ONE icon and the subrack NEs are displayed.

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Right-click the subrack NE icon in the left pane and select [Attribute]. The NE Attribute dialog box is displayed.

Set the pre-configuration attribute in the Pre-Configuration combo box. Click <OK>.

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2.4 Creating Optical NE Attributes


2.4.1 Changing Optical NE Name and Remarks Purpose
The WDM equipment is managed in form of Optical NE (ONE). There are three kinds of ONEs on T2000: DWDM_OTM, DWDM_OLA and DWDM_OADM. Each ONE contains one to three subrack NEs. On T2000, you can create the ONE and then create its subordinate subrack NEs. Or you can create some subrack NEs in the idle ONE and then create the ONE to obtain resources from the idle ONE. Use this procedure to change optical NE name and remarks.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

Right-click the selected optical NE icon in the Main Topology and select [Attribute]. The NE Attribute dialog box is displayed. Enter the new optical NE name and click <Apply>.

Enter the new optical NE remarks and click <OK>.

2.4.2 Changing Resource Division of Optical NE Purpose


Use this procedure to change the resource division of optical NE.

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Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

Right-click the selected optical NE icon in the Main Topology and select [Attribute]. The NE Attribute dialog box is displayed. Select Divide Resource tab and click the double-right-arrow button (red) to change selected subrack NEs in Selected Board column.

Click <OK>.

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2.5 Creating Links


2.5.1 Creating NM Ethernet Line Purpose
Use this procedure to create Ethernet line between the NM and the gateway NE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

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Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object]. Select Ethernet Line from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the Ethernet line.

Click <OK>. The Ethernet line icon is displayed between the NM and the gateway NE.

2.5.2 Creating Extended ECC Purpose


In some cases, you can connect two gateway NEs without fiber connection by Ethernet line to establish an extended ECC between them. Use this procedure to create an extended ECC line.

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Procedure
Step Action

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Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object]. Select Extended ECC from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the extended ECC line.

Click <OK>. The extended ECC icon is displayed between the two gateway NEs.

2.5.3 Creating Serial Port Line Purpose


In some cases, the NM communicates with the gateway NE through a serial port. Use this procedure to create a serial port line.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object].

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Select Serial Port Line from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the serial port line.

Click <OK>. The serial port line icon is displayed between the NM and the gateway NE.

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2.6 Creating NM
Purpose
Use this procedure to create the NM.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step Action

1 2

Right-click in the Main Topology and select [Create/Topology Object]. Select NM from the Create Topology Object dialog box and enter the attribute information of the NM.

Click <OK>. The NM icon is displayed on the Main Topology.

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The following tasks are described:

Security Management

This chapter introduces some security management tasks of the T2000.

Creating NE User and Assigning Authority Managing NE Login Creating NM User Managing T2000 Login

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3.1 Creating NE User and Assigning Authority


Purpose
Use this procedure to create NE user and assign its authority.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE User Management] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Add>. The Add NE User dialog box is displayed. Enter the information of the newly created user in the Add NE User dialog box.

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Click <OK> or <Apply>. Repeat this procedure to create as many NE users as necessary.

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3.2 Managing NE Login


3.2.1 Switching NE User Purpose
Use this procedure to switch NE user.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above. The NE user has been created. The NE user has been logged in.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Login Management] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current NE user. Select the NE in the NE user management list and click <Switch NE User>. The Switch Current NE User dialog box is displayed. Enter the user name and password in the Switch Current NE User combo box.

Click <OK>.

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3.2.2 Forcing NE User to Logout NE Purpose


Use this procedure to force NE user to log out NE.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. The NE user has been created. The NE user has been logged in.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Login Management] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select the NE entry. Click <Logout> or right-click it and select [Logout] The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded.

3.2.3 Locking NE Login Purpose


Use this procedure to lock NE login.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above. The current NE user has the highest level in all login NE users.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Login Lock] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the Login Lock Status.

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If the value of Login Lock Status is Unlocked, select it and click <Lock Login> or right-click it and select [Lock Login].

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3.2.4 Locking NE Settings Purpose


Use this procedure to lock NE settings.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Setting Lock] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the Set Lock Status. If the value of Set Lock Status is No, select it and click <Lock Settings> or right-click it and select [Lock Settings]. The Set Lock Window dialog box is displayed.

Select Permanent Locking check box for permanent locking of the current NE settings or enter the value of Duration (10-10000) seconds for temporary locking. Click <OK>.

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3.2.5 Setting NE Security Parameters Purpose


Use this procedure to set and update NE security parameters.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Security Parameters] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the security paramerters of current NE. Modify the parameters as required. Repeat this procedure to set as many security parameters of NE users as necessary.

3.2.6 Viewing NE Log and Report Purpose


All operations to NE by all users and results of the operations are recorded in the NE security log. It provides the functions of browsing NE security log and filtering by the conditions of NE user, event name and generating time. Use this procedure to browse NE security log.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/NE Security Management/NE Security Log] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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3.3 Creating NM User


3.3.1 Adding New Operation Set Purpose
After planning and creating an operation set, authorize a specific user group. All users in this group have the right to perform the operations in the operation set. This management mode helps in unified assignment and management of the T2000 user authority. Use this procedure to create operation set.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Right-click the . Select [Create Operation Set].

Enter information of the newly created operation set in the "Create Operation Set" dialog box, and click <OK> or <Apply>.

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3.3.2 Adding New Equipment Set Purpose


After planning and creating an equipment set, authorize a specific user group to make users in the group have the right to operate the equipments in the equipment set. This management mode helps in unified assignment and management of the T2000 user authority. Use this procedure to create equipment set.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Right-Click the . Select [Create Equipment Set].

Enter information of the newly created equipment set in the "Create Equipment Set" dialog box, and click <OK> or <Apply>.

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3.3.3 Adding New NM User Group Purpose


Use this procedure to create NM user group.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Right-click the . Select [Create User Group].

Enter information of the newly created user group in the "Create User Group" dialog box, and click <OK> or <Apply>.

3.3.4 Modifying Authority of NM User Group Purpose


Use this procedure to modify authority of an NM user group.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Click the Note: NM user group authority is not allowed to be modified for the four system default user groups: system administer, system maintainer, system operator, and system supervisor groups. . Select the appropriate NM user group.

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Select the tab Authority. Click <Add>, the Add Authority dialog box is displayed. Add authority: Select Type, Subtype, Operation Name and Operation Level. Click <Add>. Delete authority: Select the appropriate row, click <Delete>.

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3.3.5 Creating NM User and Assign Authority Purpose


Use this procedure to create NM user and assign its authority.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Right-Click the , Select [Create User].

Enter information of the newly created user in the "Create User" dialog box, and click <OK> or <Apply>.

Note: Step 1 to step 3 are performed to create the NM user.

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Click the

. Select the new user in the user list.

Click the tab "Subjected to". Click <Add>.

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Select the user group in the "Add User Group" dialog box and click the <Add>, and click <OK> to add the user into this user group. Note: Step 1 to step 6 are performed to assign the NM user authority.

3.3.6 Slightly Adjusting Authority of NM User Purpose


Use this procedure to slightly adjust authority of NM user.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Click the . Select the appropriate user.

Select the tab Additional authority. Click <Add>. The Add Authority dialog box is displayed. Add authority: Select Type, Subtype, Operation Name and Operation Level. Click <Add>.

3.3.7 Modifying User Attribute Purpose


Use this procedure to modify general user attribute.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Click the . Select the appropriate user.

Select the tab General. Modify the general attribute. Click <Apply>.

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3.3.8 Enabling Remote Maintenance User Purpose


Use this procedure to enable a remote maintenance user, enabling the T2000 remote maintenance terminal to access the T2000 server.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/Remote Maintenance User Management] from the Main Menu. The Set Remote Maintenance User dialog box is displayed. Set the value of Disable/Enable to Enable.

Click <OK>.

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3.4 Managing T2000 Login


3.4.1 Locking T2000 Client Screen Purpose
Use this procedure to lock T2000 client screen.

Prerequisite
None

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/Lock NM Screen] from the Main Menu. The T2000 Client has been locked dialog box is displayed.

3.4.2 Switching NM User


Refer to the 1.1.8 Switching T2000 User.

3.4.3 Switching Between Single User Mode and Multi-user Mode Purpose
You can switch the client login mode: single user mode and multi-user mode. In single user mode, all users currently logged in the client are forced to exit and log in again as "admin". Use this procedure to switch between single user mode and multi-user mode.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

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Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [System/Single User Mode] from the Main Menu under the multi-user mode. Select [System/Multi-user Mode] from the Main Menu under the single user mode.

3.4.4 Forcing Other Users to Exit T2000 Purpose


Use this procedure to force other users to exit T2000. This function is used to force a user having logged in to exit, while the single user login mode is used to force all the other users logged in to exit.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/NM User Management] from the Main Menu. Click the . Select the appropriate user.

Right-click and select [Force To Exit].

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3.4.5 Modifying NM Users Password Purpose


Use this procedure to modify current NM users password.

Prerequisite
None

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/Change Password] from the Main Menu. The Set New Password dialog box is displayed. Enter the old password and a new password respectively. Click <OK> after confirming the new password.

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Configuring Equipment

This chapter introduces how to configure equipment in the T2000. The following tasks are described: Viewing NE Resource Uploading Data if NE has been Configured Duplicating NE Configuration Data Manually Configuring NE Data Creating Board Deleting Board Creating Fiber Viewing Unit Version Creating and View Physical Location Information Viewing NE Hardware Information

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4.1 Viewing NE Resource


Purpose
Use this procedure to view the resource information of an NE, including NE name, type, ID, extended ID, number of fibers, subnet belonged, gateway type and gateway attribute.

Prerequisite

NE has been configured.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/NE Hardware Information] from the Main Menu. Select the tab "View NE Resources". Select the NE to be viewed from the NE list, and click double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Refresh> to refresh the information.

If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page (in the form of a list). Choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need.

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4.2 Uploading Data if NE has been Configured


4.2.1 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data Purpose
Use this procedure to upload (or download) configuration data during configuration or modification. The NE configuration data in the T2000 database may be different from that on NE. If the network is expected to run as the configuration data in the T2000 database, download them to NEs. If the network and its services run normally, you can upload the data to the T2000. Check the consistency of configuration data again after uploading or downloading them.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/Configuration Data Management/Configuration Data Upload/Download]. Or, select [Maintenance/Configuration Data Management/NE Configuration Data Management] from the navigation tree of the Equipment Maintenance Console. 2 3 4 In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one or more NEs in the NE Data List. Right-click the NE and select [Upload] or [Download].

Click <OK> to confirm the operation.

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4.2.2 Checking Configuration Data Consistency Between NE and the T2000 Purpose
Use this procedure to check whether the T2000 configuration data and the NE configuration are consistent. The configuration data in NEs and in the T2000 database is compared in this task and a report of consistency is created. According to the report and actual reliability of configuration data, uploading or downloading configuration data is selected to implement. This task will not change the configuration data in NEs and the T2000 database and it is recommended to run this function periodically to keep the consistency of configuration data in NEs and the T2000 server.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/Configuration Data Management/Configuration Data Consistency Check]. Or, select [Maintenance/Configuration Data Management/NE Configuration Data Management] from the navigation tree of the Equipment Maintenance Console. 2 3 4 In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one or more NEs to check in the NE Data List. Right-click the NE and select [Consistency Check].

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If the check result shows the modules with the configuration data inconsistent, you should solve the problem by re-uploading or re-downloading the configuration data as required in practice.

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4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data


Purpose
NEs can be configured in batches by copying the configuration data of other NEs. Actually, this is a fast and effective method to configure new NEs and it is commonly used.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/Configuration Data Management/Configuration Data Duplication]. Or, select [Maintenance/Configuration Data Management/NE Configuration Data Management] from the navigation tree of the Equipment Maintenance Console. 2 3 In the lower-left pane, select the configured NEs and unconfigured NEs, and then click the double-right-arrow button (red). Right-click a configured NE as a template in the NE Data List and select [Copy].

Select one or more unconfigured NEs to be duplicated in the NE Data List. Right-click the NE and select [Paste].

Click <OK>.

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4.4 Manually Configuring NE Data


Purpose
Use this procedure to create/delete expanded subrack and units manually. This method applies to the situation that data has not been configured on the NM side.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Double-click the NE icon in the Main Topology. The NE Configuration Wizard dialog box is displayed. Select Manual Configuration and click Next.

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The Confirm dialog box is displayed. Click <OK>. The NE Configuration Wizard dialog box is displayed. Set the NE attributes and click <Next>. The NE panel is displayed. Right-click the slot and select the unit type. After all the units have been created, click <Next>. Then, click <Finish>.

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4.5 Creating Board


Purpose
Use this procedure to add boards to the WDM subrack NE.

Prerequisites

Subrack NE has been configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Double-click the optical NE in the Main Topology. Click the created subrack NE in the left pane and the subrack NE panel is displayed. Right-click the slot to be provisioned. Select the appropriate board type.

Note: Within each slot the upper indicator shows the summary status. If all is okay, it is displayed in green. It will be displayed in red if any CR alarm is detected. It will be displayed in orange if any MJ alarm is detected and no CR alarm. It will be displayed in yellow if any MN alarm is detected and no CR or MJ alarm.

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4.6 Deleting Board


Purpose
Use this procedure to delete boards from the NE.

Prerequisites

Subrack NE has been configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Double-click the optical NE in the Main Topology. Click the created subrack NE in the left pane and the subrack NE panel is displayed. Right-click the board to be deleted. Select [Delete Board].

Note: If there is a fiber connection, protection or IPA configuration in this board, the Operation Result dialog box is displayed and this board will not be deleted. You need to delete the protection settings and fiber connections first, and then delete the board.

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4.7 Creating Fiber


Purpose
Use this procedure to create fibers between NEs or boards.

Note: Boards connected with the fibers must have been created before creating fiber on NM.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. Boards connected with fiber have been created.

Procedure
1. Creating internal fiber

Note: Internal fibers include fiber connections between the subrack NEs in the optical NE and fiber connections within the subrack NE.

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Action Select from the shortcut icons of the Main Topology and the mouse pointer will change to a +. Click to select the source optical NE in the Main Topology. Click selected source subrack NE in the left pane. Click the source board in the pop-up Select Fiber Source dialog box and select the source port. Click <OK> and the mouse pointer will change to a +. Click to select the fiber sink optical NE in the Main Topology. Click selected sink subrack NE in the left pane.

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Click the sink board in the pop-up Select Fiber Sink dialog box and select the sink port. Click <OK> and type the attribute information of the fiber cable in the pop-up Create Fiber/Cable dialog box.

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Click <OK>. The internal fiber is created.

2. Creating external fiber

Note: External fibers refer to fiber connections between optical NEs.

Step 1

Action Select from the shortcut icons of the Main Topology and the mouse pointer will change to a +. Click to select the source optical NE in the Main Topology. Click selected source subrack NE in the left pane. Click the source board (such as FIU, SCA) in the pop-up Select Fiber Source dialog box and select the source port.

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Click to select the fiber sink optical NE in the Main Topology. Click selected sink subrack NE in the left pane. Click the sink board in the pop-up Select Fiber Sink dialog box and select the sink port. Click <OK> and type the attribute information of the fiber cable in the pop-up Create Fiber/Cable dialog box.

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Click <OK>. The created external fiber appears between the source and sink optical NEs on the Main Topology.

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4.8 Viewing Unit Version


Purpose
Use this procedure to view the unit version information of an NE, including BIOS version, software version, and logic version.

Prerequisite

NE has been configured.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/Board Version Information] from the Main Menu. Click the tab "View Version". Select the NE and click double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the information from the NE side.

If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page (in the form of a list). Choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need.

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4.9 Creating and View Physical Location Information


4.9.1 Creating and Viewing Equipment Room Information Purpose
Use this procedure to create/view the physical location information of the equipment room.

Prerequisites

NE has been configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/Physical Location Information] from the Main Menu. Select the tab Equipment Room. Click <Query> to view the information. Click <Create>, the Create Equipment Room dialog box is displayed. Select the tab Basic Attributes and enter attributes of the equipment room.

Select the tab Object Selection and select the available object from the list on the left. Click the double-right-arrow button (red) and then <OK>.

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If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page (in the form of a list). Choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need. If you want to modify or delete the information, right-click on the information and select Modify or Delete.

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4.9.2 Creating and Viewing Cabinet Information Purpose


Use this procedure to create/view the physical location information of the cabinet.

Prerequisites

NE has been configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/Physical Location Information] from the Main Menu. Select the tab Cabinet Click <Query> to view the information. Click <Create>, the Create Cabinet dialog box is displayed.

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Select the tab Basic Attributes and enter attributes of the cabinet.

Select the tab Object Selection and select the available object from the list on the left. Click the double-right-arrow button (red) and then <OK>. If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page (in the form of a list). Choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need. If you want to modify or delete the information, right-click on the information and select Modify or Delete.

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4.9.3 Modifying and Viewing Subrack Information Purpose


Use this procedure to modify/view the physical location information of the subrack.

Prerequisites

NE has been configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/Physical Location Information] from the Main Menu. Select the tab Subrack. Click <Query> to view the information. Right-click on the information and select Modify. The Set Subrack Attributes dialog box is displayed.

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Set the attributes and click <OK>. If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page (in the form of a list). Choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need.

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4.10 Viewing NE Hardware Information


Purpose
Use this procedure to view the NE hardware information, including NE resources, unit resources, WDM subrack resources and unit resource statistics.

Prerequisite

NE has been configured.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/NE Hardware Information] from the Main Menu. Select the tab corresponding to the information to be viewed. Select the NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Refresh> to view the information.

If you want to print the information, click <Print> to output the information displayed in the interface to a page in the form of a list and choose to print or save it in the network browser. If you want to save the information, click <Save as> to select and save the information you need.

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Configuring Communication

This chapter introduces basic communication configuring operations that ensures normal communication between the NEs and the T2000. The following tasks are described: Setting NE Communication Parameters Enabling Serial Port/Ethernet Port Access Control Setting DCC Rate and Allocating the Resource Setting DCC Transparent Transmission

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5.1 Setting NE Communication Parameters


Purpose
Use this procedure to set NE communication parameters to keep normal communication between the NEs and the T2000.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system administrator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Communication/NE Communication Parameter Setting] in the DCN View. Double-click to select an operation object in the lower-left pane.

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Click <Refresh> to refresh the communication parameters. Modify the IP, Extended ID, Gateway IP or Subnet Mask as you need, and click the corresponding <Apply> to confirm the modification.

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5.2 Enabling Serial Port/Ethernet Port Access Control


Purpose
Use this procedure to enable the Ethernet port of an NE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Communication/Serial Port Ethernet Access Control] in the DCN View. Double-click to select an operation object in the lower-left pane. Click <Refresh> in the Ethernet Access Control group box to refresh the Ethernet access status. Select Enable NM Access.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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5.3 Setting DCC Rate and Allocating the Resource


Purpose
Use this procedure to set DCC rate and allocate the DCC resource. DCC can be configured as D1 to D3, D7 to D9, or D4 to D12 to realize the DCC of multiple rates so that the network management requirements can be satisfied under complicated networking. By default, the NE uses D1 to D3 as the DCC, and enables DCC communication.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Action Select [View/Equipment Maintenance Console] from the Main Menu. Select [NE Communication/DCC Extended Management] in the upper-left pane. Double-click to select an operation object in the lower-left pane. Select DCC Rate Configuration tab. Select a port entry and set its DCC rate as you need. Select DCC Resource Allocation tab. Select a rate entry and modify its parameters as you need.

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5.4 Setting DCC Transparent Transmission


Purpose
Use this procedure to set DCC transparent transmission. In case of multi-vendor networking, Huawei's equipments support transmission of the DCC bytes of the third party's equipments, and allocating its own DCC bytes and the transparent transmission through the idle DCC bytes of the third party's equipments. There are three cases:

Huawei's equipments are in the network center, while a third party's equipments are at the edge of the network, and the third partys network management system uses the D1 to D3 bytes. In this case, Huawei's equipments will provide three consecutive bytes between D4 and D12 for the transparent transmission of the third party's DCC bytes. Huawei's equipments are at the edge of the network, while a third party's equipments are in the network center, and the third partys network management system uses the D1 to D3 bytes. In this case, Huawei's equipments support transmission of network management information through three consecutive bytes between D4 and D12. Huawei's equipments also transparently transmit other overhead bytes, for example, E1 to E2, K1 to K2, or X1 to X3, through the idle D bytes.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [View/Equipment Maintenance Console] from the Main Menu. Select [NE Communication/DCC Extended Management] in the upper-left pane. Double-click to select an operation object in the lower-left pane. Select DCC Transparent Transmission Management tab. Click <Add> to add a transparent transmission entry. Select source/sink port and corresponding overhead bytes.

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5.5 DCN Protection Management


5.5.1 Modifying the Attributes of a GNE Purpose
Use this procedure to modify the attributes of a GNE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/DCN View]. Select the GNE tab in the left pane. Right-click an ordinary NE and select [Modify GNE].

The Modify GNE dialog box is displayed. Set the GNE type and IP Address.

Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

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5.5.2 Changing GNE for an NE Purpose


When an NE is created, a GNE for it has been configured. Use this procedure to change GNE for an NE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/DCN View]. Select the NE tab in the left pane. Select an NE entry, and modify the Active GNE attribute.

Click <Apply> to confirm the modification.

5.5.3 Adding Standby GNEs for an NE Purpose


Use this procedure to add standby GNEs for an NE. Up to three standby GNEs can be added for an NE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/DCN View]. Select the NE tab in the left pane. Select an NE entry, add standby GNEs.

Click <Apply> to confirm the modification.

5.5.4 Changing an Ordinary NE into a GNE Purpose


Use this procedure to change an ordinary NE into a GNE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/DCN View]. Select the NE tab in the left pane. Right-click an ordinary NE and select [Change to GNE].

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The Change to GNE dialog box is displayed. Set the GNE type and IP Address. Keep the Port No. untouched.

Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

5.5.5 Changing a GNE into an Ordinary NE Purpose


Use this procedure to change a GNE into an ordinary NE.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/DCN View]. Select the GNE tab in the left pane. Right-click a GNE and select [Delete GNE].

A Confirm dialog box is displayed. Click <OK> to confirm the deleting. Thus the NE changes from a GNE into an ordinary one.

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Configuring Unit Parameters

This chapter introduces how to configure units. The following tasks are described: Configuring Optical Transponder Unit Configuring Trans-Multiplexer Querying Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Querying Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Unit Configuring Optical Amplifier Unit

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Configuring Optical Supervisory Channel Unit Configuring Spectrum Analysis Unit Configuring Variable Optical Attenuation Unit Querying Optical Equalizer Unit Querying Automatic Optical Fiber Monitoring Unit

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6.1 Configuring Optical Transponder Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure the parameters of OTU (Optical Transponder Unit). Usually, each parameter adopts the default value. However, they need to be modified during maintenance or configuration of special functions.

Prerequisites

The OTU unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Optical Transponder Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Select Path. Note: You can also configure OTU interface parameters by selecting By Function.

In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate OTU unit (for example, LWF) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Note: Configure different parameter items according to different types of OTUs. For example: Client Rate (bit/s) shall be set for client-end interface of LWM board. Rate Band (M) shall be set for client-end interface of LWX board.

Select Basic Attributes tab and select the parameter to be set or queried.

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The frequently used parameters that need to be set are as follows: Laser Status: Enabled. Set Disabled for the unused laser. Laser Auto-shutdown: Enabled. Set Disabled for the LWF, LWFS and LWS boards. Service Type: SDH or SONET as required Path Using Status: Used for using path. Unused for not used path. 5 6 Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select OHP Byte and Advance Attributes tabs and select the right parameters. Usually use the default value. FEC Working Status is set as Enabled. Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Port from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the attributes of optical transponder unit.

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6.2 Configuring Trans-Multiplexer


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure the parameters of convergence OTU, for example, LDG, OCU, LQS, EC8. Usually, each parameter adopts the default value. However, they need to be modified during maintenance or configuration of special functions.

Prerequisites

The Trans-multiplexer has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Trans-Multiplexer] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Select Path. Note: You can also configure trans-multiplexer interface parameters by selecting By Function.

In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate trans-multiplexer unit (for example, LDG) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Note: Configure different parameter items according to different type of trans-multiplexer unit. For example: Auto-negotiation shall be set for client-end interface of LDG board. Max. Packet Length shall be set for client-end interface of LDG board. FEC Working Status shall be set for DWDM-end interface of OCU board.

Click <Query> to query the attributes of the trans-multiplexer.

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The frequently used parameters that need to be set are as follows: Laser Status: Enabled for using laser. Disabled for the unused laser. Laser Auto-shutdown: Enabled Service Type: SDH or SONET as required Path Using Status: Used for using path. Unused for not used path. 5 6 7 8 9 Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value. Select Board from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the attributes of trans-multiplexer. Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value.

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6.3 Querying Multiplexer and Demultiplexer


Purpose
Use this procedure to query parameters of multiplexer and demultiplexer, for example Fixed Band, Working Band Parity and Working Frequency Band.

Prerequisites

The multiplexer and demultiplexer have been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/ Multiplexer and Demultiplexer] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure trans-multiplexer interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select Path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate multiplexer or demultiplexer (for example, M40) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the attributes of the multiplexer and the demultiplexer.

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Double-click the Optical Interface Attenuation Rate (0.1dB) parameter and enter the attenuation value. Note: This parameter only can be set for the V40 and V32 boards to adjust input optical power of each channel.

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The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Board from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the working frequency band of the multiplexer and the demultiplexer.

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6.4 Querying Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to query parameters of optical add/drop multiplexing unit, for example, Add/Drop Wavelength (nm)/Frequency (THz), Add/Drop Wave Band and Band Type.

Prerequisites

The optical add/drop multiplexing unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/ Optical Add/Drop Multiplex Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select Add/Drop Wavelength from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical add/drop multiplexing unit (for example, MR2) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the attributes of the optical add/drop multiplexing unit. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Note: All the parameters of the optical add/drop multiplexing unit can be queried only.

Select Board from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the add/drop wave band of the optical add/drop multiplexing unit.

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Select Waveband Type from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the band type of the optical add/drop multiplexing unit.

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6.5 Configuring Optical Amplifier Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure laser status and query optical amplifier attributes. For example:

Configure laser status Configure/Query gain of optical amplifier unit Query fixed band of optical amplifier unit Query working band parity of optical amplifier unit Query threshold of input/output power loss

Prerequisites

The optical amplifier unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/ Optical Amplifier Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical amplifier unit (for example, OAU) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Note: Configure different parameter items according to different type of optical amplifier unit. For example: Optical Interface Attenuation Rate (0.1dB): this parameter can be set for TDC/RDC port of the OAU board.

Click <Query> to query the optical amplifier attributes from NE side.

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The frequently used parameters that need to be configured are as follows: Laser Status and Optical Interface Attenuation Rate (0.1dB) Note: Usually the Laser Status of EDFA amplifier is set to Enabled. For the Raman amplifier, the Laser Status is set to Disabled for safety.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the optical amplifier attributes.

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6.6 Configuring Optical Supervisory Channel Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure laser status, returned clock and query optical supervisory channel unit attributes. For example:

Configure laser status Configure returned clock Configure loopback Query wavelength of optical supervisory channel

Prerequisites

The optical supervisory channel unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Optical Supervisory Channel Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit (for example, TC1) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Note: Configure different parameter items according to different type of optical supervisory channel unit. For example: Laser Auto-Shutdown: it can be set for the SMC board of the OptiX Metro 6100. Clock Mode: it can be set for the SMC board of the OptiX Metro 6100. Returned Clock: it can be set for the SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2 board.

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The frequently used parameter that needs to be configured is Laser Status. Note: 1) Loopback: it can be set for SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2 board of OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX Metro 6040. It can be set as Inloop, Outloop and Cross loop for equipment testing. 2) Laser Status: Enabled as default.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Board from the pull-down menu and set the right parameter of Returned Clock. Usually use the default value. Note: Returned Clock: In a DWDM network, the processing of optical supervisory information needs to be synchronized with a network-unified clock source. So the returned clock should be configured on optical supervisory channel board as SCC tracing clock source. For the SC1/TC1 board, West clock is available. For the SC2/TC2 board, West clock and East clock are available.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the optical amplifier attributes.

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6.7 Configuring Spectrum Analysis Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure wavelength monitor status, monitor interval and query working band and parity. For example:

Configure wavelength monitor status Configure monitor interval Query working band of monitored wavelength Query working band parity

Prerequisites

The optical spectrum analysis unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Spectrum Analysis Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select Monitor Wavelength from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical spectrum analysis unit (for example, MCA) and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Right-click the parameter and select the value. For example, select Monitor status for one channel.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Board from the pull-down menu and set the right parameter of Monitor Interval (Min.). Usually use the default value. Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Path from the pull-down menu and click <Query> to query the optical spectrum analysis unit attributes. For example Fixed Band and Working Band Parity.

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6.8 Configuring Variable Optical Attenuation Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure and query the attributes of variable optical attenuation unit. For example:

Configure optical interface attenuation rate Configure path using status Configure optical port memo Query fixed band and working band parity

Prerequisites

The variable optical attenuation unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/ Variable Optical Attenuation Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select Path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical spectrum analysis unit (for example, VOA) and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Right-click the parameter and select the value. For example, select Path Using Status value for one path and enter optical interface attenuation value.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the attributes of the variable optical attenuation unit. For example, Fixed Band and Working Band Parity.

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6.9 Querying Optical Equalizer Unit


Purpose
Use this procedure to query the attributes of optical equalizer unit. For example:

Query fixed band of the board Query working band parity of the board Query insertion loss of DGE board

Prerequisites

The optical equalizer unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Optical Equalizer Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select Path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical spectrum analysis unit (for example, DGE) and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Click <Query> to query the attributes of the optical equalizer unit. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Note: All the parameters of the multiplexer and the demultiplexer can be queried only.

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6.10 Querying Automatic Optical Fiber Monitoring Unit


Purpose
Automatic optical fiber monitoring units contain three boards: FMU, MWA and MWF. Only interfaces of FMU board need to be configured on T2000. Use this procedure to query working wavelength of automatic optical fiber monitoring unit FMU.

Prerequisites

The FMU board has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Optical Supervisory Channel Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Note: You can also configure optical add/drop multiplexing unit interface parameters by selecting By Function.

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Select path from the pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit (for example, FMU) and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Click <Query> to query the attributes of the FMU board. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Configuring Clock

This chapter includes the operations of configuring board clock and service clock. The following tasks are described: Configuring Board Clock Source Configuring Returned Clock of Optical Supervisory Channel Board

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Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission

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7.1 Configuring Board Clock Source


7.1.1 Setting Priority Table for Reference Clock Purpose
Use this procedure to set priority table for reference clock. The system clock source priority list is used to define the priority of the available clock source of the board, and the board always traces the available clock source currently with the highest priority. The board cannot switch to a lower-priority clock source until the higher-priority clock source degrades or a clock switching command is sent manually.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Clock Source Attributes tab in the right pane. Right-click the blank area in the right pane and select [Add Clock Source], Add Clock Source dialog box is displayed. Select the reference clock source and click <OK>.

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Click <Set Clock List>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the priority table for reference clock. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Set the parameters Input Mode of External Source for the external clock source. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Select Basic Attributes tab and click <Query> to query the current board clock source.

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7.1.2 Setting SSM Protocol of Current Clock Source Purpose


Use this procedure to set SSM protocol of current clock source. Only the SSM protocol is set to enable, the clock source auto-switching is supported.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. Priority table for reference clock has been set. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Basic Attributes tab in the left pane. Double-click the parameter SSM Protocol to set the parameter for the current clock source and click <Apply>.

Note: The OCU board supports three modes of SSM protocol: Disabled, Enable Extended SSM Protocol and Enable Standard SSM Protocol. The default value is Disabled.

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The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value.

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7.1.3 Setting Restoration Parameters for Current Clock Source Purpose


If clock source switching is revertive, a degraded clock source with higher priority can serve as the system-traced clock source again after the restoration.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Basic Attributes tab in the left pane. Double-click the parameters to set Revertive Mode and Clock Holdover Mode, and click <Apply>.

Note: There are two modes of clock holdover, one is holdover for 24-hour, the other is holdover forever. You can choose one of them according to requirement.

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The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value.

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7.1.4 Switching Clock Source Purpose


Use this procedure to switch currently traced source to other specified clock sources. During equipment maintenance or failure conditions, it may be necessary to force the clock source to be switched to other clock sources. A clock source can be switched only when the Lock Status is Unlock.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Clock Source Attributes tab in the right pane.

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Note: To switch the currently traced clock source, make sure the new clock source is of good quality, exists in the corresponding priority table and is not locked. Manual switching is different from forced manual switching. Manual switching must meet these conditions: 1) The source to be manually switched to must exist in the corresponding priority table and cannot be locked. 2) When the SSM protocol is enabled, the SSM priority of the source must be the highest. 3) In addition, manual switching is only used in the case when no priority table is used and its switching priority is lower than that under any other switching conditions, such as source status change, SSM message degradation, forced switching operation and locking operation.

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The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the switching status of a clock source. If you want to restore to the automatic clock source selection mode, right-click the switched clock source and select [Clear Switching].

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7.1.5 Setting External Clock Source Purpose


Use this procedure to set the working mode of external clock source.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Clock Source Attributes tab in the right pane. Set the parameters Input Mode of External and External Source S1 Timeslot for the external clock source.

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Click <Apply> and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value.

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7.1.6 Setting Lock Status of Clock Source Purpose


Use this procedure to set the Lock Status of clock source.

Prerequisites

Supported by the OCU, OCUS, LQS or SMC board and it has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Board Clock Source Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Clock Source Attributes tab in the right pane. Right-click a clock source and select the Lock Status of clock source.

Note: Clock switching can not be done when Lock Status of clock source is Locked.

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The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Click <Query> to query the value.

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7.2 Configuring Returned Clock of Optical Supervisory Channel Board


Purpose
In a DWDM network, the processing of optical supervisory information needs to be synchronized with a network-unified clock source, that is, a local clock of SCC of a station needs to be set as the clock source to synchronize the SCC boards of other stations in the link or ring. The available clock sources of the SCC are: clk6 in slot 6, clk8 in slot 8, local clock and none. So, the returned clock should be configured on optical supervisory channel board as SCC tracing clock source. Use this procedure to set returned clock of optical supervisory channel board. This returned clock is as the tracing clock source of SCC board.

Prerequisites

Supported by the SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Optical Supervisory Channel Unit] from the Main Menu. Select "By Board/Port (Path)". Select board from pull-down menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Double-click the parameter and select the West Clock or East Clock for Returned Clock item. The default is west clock.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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7.3 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission


7.3.1 Configuring Input Attributes of Service Clock Purpose
WDM product supports transparent transmission of three channels of synchronous timing clocks at 2Mbit/s. The numbering of transparent transmission clock in T2000 is shown in the figure. The TC2 board supports two directions of clock numbering and the TC1 board only supports clock numbering in west direction.
External input clock 1 2 3

1 Westward 2 input clock 3 TC1/TC2 Westward 1 output 2 clock 3

1 2 3 1 2 3 Eastward input clock Eastward output clock

12 345 6 External output clock

Figure 7-1 Clock numbering supported by TC1/TC2

Use this procedure to set input attributes of external synchronous timing clock.

Prerequisites

Supported by the TC1/TC2. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Clock Transparent Transmission Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit (TC1/TC2) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Input Attributes tab, and click <Query> to query the input attributes for synchronous clock.

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Note: Setting the clock input mode is only applicable to external clock input. Therefore, configure this item only at the start station of the clock transmission link.

Set Auto-Report When S1 Byte Unavailable for external input synchronous clock.

Note: Setting Auto-Report When S1 Byte Unavailable to Enabled means setting the S1 byte to disabled when the system detects loss of clock. The default is Disabled. Generally, there is no need to set it to enable.

Set Service Status for external input synchronous clock.

Note: This parameter is used to configure whether the system monitors the input clock. It is applicable to line input clock and external clock. Configure this parameter at each node of the clock transmission link.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Click <Query> to query the Existing Status and S1 Byte Received.

7.3.2 Configuring Output Attributes of Service Clock Purpose


Use this procedure to set output attributes of external synchronous timing clock.

Prerequisites

Supported by the TC1/TC2. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Clock Transparent Transmission Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit (TC1/TC2) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Output Attributes tab, and click <Query> to query the output attributes for synchronous clock. Set Output Mode for synchronous service clock.

Note: This parameter is only applicable to output port of external clock. Configure it at the node with clock output.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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7.3.3 Configuring Working Route of Service Clock Purpose


Use this procedure to set working route of external synchronous timing clock.

Prerequisites

Supported by the TC1/TC2. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/DWDM Interface/Clock Transparent Transmission Configuration] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate optical supervisory channel unit (TC1/TC2) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Working Route tab. Select input clock from the pull-down menu. Select output clock in the lower-left pane. Then click the double-right-arrow button. The created working routes are displayed in the lower-right pane.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Configuring Overhead Interface

This chapter introduces how to configure overhead interface in the T2000. The following tasks are described: Configuring Orderwire Phone Configuring Conference Call Configuring Auxiliary Port Configuring F1 Data Port

Configuring Broadcast Data Port

Configuring Subnet No. for the Optical Interface

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8.1 Configuring Orderwire Phone


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure orderwire phone.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Select the General tab. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane.

Click <Query> to query information form the NE side.

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Set Call Waiting Time, Phone 1 and orderwire port. Note: Call waiting time refers to an interval, when you finish dialing a number, the NE will wait during this interval and then call the number. And the value range is 1-9. There are two dialing mode: Pulse and Dual Tone, with Dual Tone as default. Three orderwires of a single station is configured as 101, 102, and 103 by default. When one of them is configured, the other two will be set to 0xffffffff automatically, indicating unavailability. When an orderwire is configured for subnet-outgoing use, its number is set to 0xfffffffff, and cannot be used as a caller or caller nor configured with telephone number any more. Otherwise, the subnet-outgoing connection will be affected.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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8.2 Configuring Conference Call


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure conference call.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Select the General tab. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane.

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Click <Query> to query information form the NE side. Set Conference Call.

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Set conference call attributes. Note: There are two attribute values you can select: Able to listen and speak, able to listen but not speak.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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8.3 Configuring Auxiliary Port


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure auxiliary port. Auxiliary port is mainly used for inter-network communication.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane. Select the Auxiliary tab. Click <Query> to query information form the NE side.

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Set Subnet No. Length and SDH NNI Connection.

Note: Set the length of subnet No. according to the size of the network. Set the communication port and phone port used for inter-network communication.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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8.4 Configuring F1 Data Port


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure F1 data port. F1 data port is used for data transparent transmission.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane. Select the F1 Data Port tab. Click <Query> to query information form the NE side. Select two available data ports and click the double-left-arrow button.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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8.5 Configuring Broadcast Data Port


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure broadcast data port.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane. Select the Broadcast Data Port tab. Click <Query> to query information form the NE side. Select a serial port in the Overhead Byte pull-down list. Set the Working Mode of it. Select the broadcast data source and sink.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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8.6 Configuring Subnet No. for the Optical Interface


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure Subnet No. for the optical interface. Optical port subnet number is used to divide an orderwire subnet. Every optical interface in a network is assigned an optical interface subnet number, and optical interfaces with the same number belong to the same orderwire subnet, which can communicate with one another through orderwire.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Overhead Interface] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select an NE in the lower-left pane. Select the Subnet No. for the Optical Interface tab. Click <Query> to query information form the NE side. Click subnet field and enter subnet No. as you need.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Configuring Network Parameters

This chapter introduces how to configure network parameters. The following tasks are described: Laser Maintenance Optical Power Management DWDM Overhead Byte Management IPA Management ALC Management for 1600G/320GV3 ALC Management for 320G Fiber Power Check Automatic Optical Power Equalization Wavelength Management Configuring OAMS

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9.1 Laser Maintenance


9.1.1 Querying Laser Performance Threshold Purpose
Use this procedure to query laser performance threshold, for example:

Input Optical Power Output Optical Power Laser Bias Current Laser Cooling Current

Prerequisites

Supported by the OptiX Metro 6100. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Maintenance/Laser Maintenance/Laser Performance Threshold] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select Input Optical Power from the pull-down menu. Click <Query> to query information from the NE side. Select Output Optical Power, Laser Bias Current, Laser Cooling Current from the pull-down menu one by one.

Click <Query> to query information from the NE side.

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9.1.2 Switching DWDM Laser Status Purpose


Use this procedure to set laser status for optical transponder unit.

Prerequisites

Optical transponder unit has been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Maintenance/Laser Maintenance/DWDM Laser Switch] from the Main Menu. Select By Function.

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In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one optical interface to be modified and double-click the Laser Status to set it to Enabled or Disabled.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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9.1.3 Querying Laser Spectrum Analysis Data Purpose


The spectrum analyzer unit provides the built-in in-service spectrum analysis and monitoring functions for the system. It can monitor such parameters as central wavelength, power and signal-to-noise of the system's optical signal and report the result to the SCC unit and NM. Use this procedure to query spectrum analysis data for each channel accessing the port of the MCA/MS2 board.

Prerequisites

Supported by the MCA, MS1 and MS2 boards. Optical spectrum analysis unit has been used and configured. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Laser Maintenance/ Laser Spectrum Analysis] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate port of optical spectrum analysis unit and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Set the value in Compensation Power. The default is 10dBm and the range is 10dBm~20dBm. Note: Due to the attenuation of the MON port, the reported optical power and the actual optical power need to be calibrated by setting the compensation power.

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Click <Query> to query optical spectrum analysis data from the NE side. The spectrum analysis result in the form of data is displayed in the upper-right pane and the spectrum analysis results in the form of graphics and profile are displayed in the lower-right pane.

Spectrum data information contains: No. indicates wavelength serial number for monitored wavelength. Standard Wavelength (nm)/Frequency (THz) indicates standard wavelength complying with ITU-T recommendations. Central Wavelength (nm)/Frequency (THz) indicates actual central wavelength of monitored channel signal. Wavelength Deviation (nm) indicates the deviation value between standard wavelength and central wavelength. Optical Power (dBm) indicates optical power of single channel signal. OSNR (dB) indicates optical signal-to-noise rate of single channel signal. 5 Click <Print> to print the spectrum analysis result.

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9.2 Optical Power Management


Purpose
The DWDM system provides the optical power management function, which performs optical power management for boards with the optical power detection function. It keeps the output optical power stable and improves the overall performances of the DWDM. The meanings of each parameter are as follows:
Parameters Input Optical Power (dBm) Description Displays the optical power value of the receiving port. Double-click this item to set the optical power of the receiving port. Displays the optical power reference value of the receiving port. If the optical power of the receiving port is equal or close to the reference value, it indicates the optical power of this receiving port meets the requirements. Click <Save Reference Value> or <Save Networkwide Reference Value> to set the current input optical power as the input reference value. The reference value time refers to the time when the T2000 performs the operations of saving the reference value. Displays the minimum value of the input optical power. If the input optical power is below the lower threshold, the system will report an optical power performance degrade alarm. Displays the maximum value of the input optical power. If the input optical power is over the upper threshold, the system will report an optical power performance threshold-crossing alarm. Displays the optical power value of the transmitting port. Double-click this item to set the optical power of the transmitting port. Displays the optical power reference value of the transmitting port. If the optical power of the transmitting port is equal or close to the reference value, it indicates the optical power of this transmitting port meets the requirements. Click <Save Reference Value> or <Save Networkwide Reference Value> to set the current output optical power as the output reference value. The reference value time refers to the time when the T2000 performs the operations of saving the reference value.

Input Reference Value (dBm)

Input Reference Value Time

Input Lower Threshold (dBm)

Input Upper Threshold (dBm)

Output Optical Power (dBm)

Output Reference Value (dBm)

Output Reference Value Time

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Prerequisites

Boards with the optical power detection function have been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Optical Power Management] from the Main Menu. Select By Port. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query optical power information from the NE side. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Click <Apply> to send the configurations upon completion of the setting. Click <Save Reference Value>. If the currently queried and set optical power values are ideal, you can set them as the reference values through this button, which serve as the references for power offset judgment. Click <Save Networkwide Reference Value> to set the current power value of the entire network as the reference value. Click <Print> to print the power list or <Save as> to save the power list in a specified file.

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9.3 DWDM Overhead Byte Management


Purpose
Use this procedure to manage overhead bytes of boards.

Prerequisite

The advanced menu has been started. The NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
1. OCh Overhead Management-SDH Interface Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/DWDM Overhead Byte Management/OCh Overhead Management-SDH Interface] from the Main Menu. Select one or more boards from the left lower pane and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Click Display in Text Format or Display in Hexadecimal radio button to modify the display mode of overhead bytes. Click <Query> to refresh the overhead bytes. If you want to modify an overhead byte, double-click it. Overhead byte setting dialog box is displayed.

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Modify the overhead byte as you need. Click <OK> to confirm the modification. A prompt is displayed. Confirm it. If you have modified the overhead bytes, click <Apply> to confirm the settings. Three prompts are displayed in turn. Confirm them.

2. OCh Overhead Management-OTN Interface Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/DWDM Overhead Byte Management/OCh Overhead Management-OTN Interface/OTU] from the Main Menu. Select one or more boards from the left lower pane and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Click <Query> to refresh the overhead bytes. If you want to modify an overhead byte, double-click it. Overhead byte setting dialog box is displayed.

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Modify the overhead byte as you need. Click <OK> to confirm the modification. A prompt is displayed. Confirm it. If you have modified the overhead bytes, click <Apply> to confirm the settings. Three prompts are displayed in turn. Confirm them. Select [Maintenance/DWDM Overhead Byte Management/OCh Overhead Management-OTN Interface/ODU] from the Main Menu. Repeat step 2 step 7 to set ODU overhead bytes. Select [Maintenance/DWDM Overhead Byte Management/OCh Overhead Management-OTN Interface/OPU] from the Main Menu. Repeat step 2 step 7 to set OPU overhead bytes.

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9.4 IPA Management


WDM system provides the IPA (Intelligent Power Adjustment) function. In case the optical power signals on one or more segments of the active optical path are lost, the system can detect the loss of optical signals on the link and instantly reduce the optical power of the amplifier to a safety level. It will reduce the optical power of all amplifiers in the regeneration section of the downstream. When the optical signals of the system are recovered, the normal working of the optical amplifier can be recovered. The loss of optical signals might be caused by broken optical fiber, equipment deterioration or connector disconnection.

Note: In the DWDM system, the IPA function is started only when optical signals of the active optical path are lost. When this function is executed, the objects of monitoring and shut-down action are both in service path. No operation will be implemented on the optical supervisory channel. Hence the functions of all optical supervisory channels will not be affected.

This section introduces the configuration of IPA. IPA configuration contains:


Create IPA Set Delay Time for IPA Restart IPA Delete IPA

9.4.1 Creating IPA Purpose


Use this procedure to create an IPA protection group.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. Detect board and control board have been installed and configured.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/IPA Management] from the Main Menu. Double-click the selected NE in the lower-left pane and the IPA information is displayed in right pane. Click <Query> to refresh the created IPA information. Click <Add IPA>. The Create IPA dialog box is displayed. Select or set parameters for added IPA group.

Note: 1) Detect board and control board must be configured in the same subrack NE with IPA function. And the detect board and the control board cannot be the same board. 2) IPA protection group should be configured in pairs for two terminal stations of the link. 3) If there are multiple OLA stations between two OTMs, it is recommended to configure the IPA function only on two terminals. If you configure IPA on each station, upon fiber-cut, all the IPA protection will be started and it will take a long time to recover services.

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Protection Group ID: indicates protection group index, ranging from 1 to 16. Band: C Band and L Band can be selected. Detect Board: indicates the optical amplifier board to detect the optical power. Control Board: indicates the optical amplifier board to execute laser shutdown. RAMAN Amplifier: this item is optional. It is used when Raman amplifier unit is configured at the receiving end. Enable Flag: indicates whether to enable the IPA function. Restart Mode: manual and automatic mode can be selected for restart. Off Period (s): indicates time period for laser shutdown in auto restart mode. On Period (0.01s): indicates time period for laser on. Testing Period (s): indicates time period for IPA test. 5 6 Click <OK>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. You can modify the parameters of IPA protection group and click <Apply>. Enable Flag, Restart Mode, Off Period (s), On Period (0.01s), Testing Period (s) can be modified. 7 Repeat step 2 step 5 to create an IPA group in the other terminal NE.

9.4.2 Setting Delay Time for IPA Purpose


Use this procedure to set start delay parameter for IPA function to prevent from alarm jitter, that is when R_LOS alarm is detected by detect board, IPA function will start after waiting for a moment to prevent alarm jitter.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. The IPA has been created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/IPA Management] from the Main Menu. Double-click the selected NE in the lower-left pane and the IPA information is displayed in the right pane. Click <Query> to refresh the created IPA information. Select the created IPA group. Click <Start Delay> and the Set Delay Time dialog box is displayed.

Enter the delay time and click <OK>. The default is 10ms. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Repeat step 2 step 5 to set delay time for the other terminal NE.

9.4.3 Restarting IPA Purpose


Use this procedure to restart IPA function manually. There are three modes for restarting IPA: auto, manual and testing. No configuration on T2000 for auto restarting mode is needed. Manual restarting and testing modes are usually used in commissioning. Pay attention to restart IPA at two terminals when in manual restarting and testing mode.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. The IPA has been created. Restart Mode should be set to Manual when creating IPA group.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/IPA Management] from the Main Menu. Double-click the selected NE in the lower-left pane and the IPA information is displayed in the right pane. Click <Query> to refresh the created IPA information. Select the created IPA group. Click <Manual Reboot> or <Start Test> to restart IPA function manually. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

9.4.4 Deleting IPA Purpose


Use this procedure to delete the created IPA protection group

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. Detect board and control board have been installed and configured. IPA protection group has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/IPA Management] from the Main Menu. Double-click the selected NE in the lower-left pane and the IPA information is displayed in the right pane. Click <Query> to refresh the created IPA information. Select the IPA group to be deleted. Click <Delete IPA> to delete IPA group. A prompt is displayed. Confirm it.

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9.5 ALC Management for 1600G/320GV3


In DWDM system, optical fiber aging, optical connector aging or manual factors might lead to the abnormal attenuation of transmission lines. In case the attenuation on a line segment increases, all input and output power will be reduced on all downstream amplifiers. The system OSNR will get worse. At the same time, the received optical power will also be reduced. Receiving performance will be greatly affected. The closer the attenuated segment is to the transmission end, the more influence on OSNR there will be, as shown in Figure 9-1. If the automatic level control (ALC) function is activated, this effect can be minimized. As the attenuation on a line segment is increased, the input power on the amplifier will be reduced. But due to ALC, the output power as well as the input and output powers of other downstream amplifiers will not be changed. Hence there will be much less influence on OSNR. The optical power received by the receiver will not be changed. Figure 9-2 shows the power changes on optical line amplification regenerators in the gain control and power control modes in case of abnormal attenuation on optical fiber lines.
High line losses OAU OAU OAU Normal output Attenuated output Attenuated input

Figure 9-1 System power when gain control is activated

High line losses OAU OAU OAU Normal output Normal input Attenuated input

Figure 9-2 System power when ALC is activated

This section introduces the configuration of ALC for OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 320GV3. ALC configuration contains:

Configure the ALC Protocol Channel Create the ALC Link Node Check the ALC Link Search the ALC Link Start/Stop Automatic Link Adjustment

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9.5.1 Configuring the ALC Protocol Path Purpose


Use this procedure to create a physical channel for transmission of ALC link protocol.

Prerequisite

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 1600G/320GV3 Protocol Path Configuration tab in the bottom pane. Select an NE from the NE Name list in the bottom pane, and right-click in the idle area to select Set Protocol Channel". Set ALC Protocol Channel dialog box is displayed. Set the West Supervisory Channel and the East Supervisory Channel for this NE.

Click <OK>.

9.5.2 Creating the ALC Link Node Purpose


The units involved in the ALC function and their functions are:

Optical amplifier unit (such as OAU, OBU): detect optical power Variable optical attenuation (such as VOA): adjust optical power Optical spectrum analysis unit (such as MCA): detect the number of channels Optical supervisory channel unit (such as SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2): support transmission channel for ALC protocol.

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Control and communication unit (such as SCC/SCE): support control function for ALC. Use this procedure to create the ALC nodes along the link.

Note: There are two working modes of ALC: wave detection mode and power reference mode. ALC cannot be enabled if the link is not properly configured. Pay attention to the following: The ALC link number ranges from 1 to 255. Repetition of link number is not allowed. A subrack can be configured with four links at most. The nodes on the same link must have the same direction. The ALC node number must start from 1, and then increase consecutively along the service direction. An MCA node is a node configured with MCA board specially for monitoring the ALC link. An ALC link can only be monitored by one optical port of one MCA board of an MCA node, and this optical port can monitor one ALC link only. The nodes not involved in the ALC adjustment can be configured as pass-through nodes. The pass-through node is neither the first nor the last node, and cannot be a MCA node. When setting an ALC link in the power reference mode, pay attention to the following: The system supports one ALC link being divided into multiple power control sections to accommodate OADM application. The initial node or the start node of a new power control section has no corresponding power reference. To ensure the correctness of the output power at the reference node, it is required to set a standard gain and check the actual gain of the reference node. When the actual gain of the reference node changes, it is necessary to reset the standard gain. The auto adjustment switch is set at the initial node only in the power reference mode. It is suggested to be enabled after the whole ALC line works normally. In the power reference mode, the reference node configured must be located upstream of this node, and the initial node takes itself as the reference node. If the ALC link passes through an OADM station with service add/drop operation, it is necessary to reset a new reference node in the new power control section. You can configure it on the same ALC link, or establish a new ALC link.

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Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. For the number-of-channels detection mode, the MCA board has been created in the ALC link. Optical supervisory channel unit and SCC must be installed in the same subrack NE. Optical amplifier unit, VOA, MCA and optical supervisory channel unit must be installed in the same subrack NE in MCA node.

Procedure
1. Wave Detection Mode Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 1600G/320GV3 Single Station Configuration tab in the bottom pane as required in practice. Select an NE from the NE Name list in the bottom pane, and right-click in the idle area to select Add Node". Add Node dialog box is displayed. Select Wave Detection Mode in Working Mode. Set the link number, node number, number of nodes, working mode and the corresponding parameters for this node. Click <Apply>.

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1) Monitor NE: indicates the subrack with the ALC protocol frame transport channel. If the waveband type of the ALC link is "C-Band", the monitor NE is the current subrack. If the waveband type of the ALC link is "L-Band", as the L-band link has no protocol frame transport channel, the monitor NE is the C-band subrack related with the L-band. 2) Working Mode: indicates two working modes of ALC. Parameter items available in two modes are different. 3) Variable Optical Attenuation Unit: selects the variable optical attenuator unit. If the optical amplifier unit is OAU, selects the 5 port of OAU board. 4) Node ID of Reference Unit: Indicates ID of the MCA node of ALC. 5) Node No [1,255]: sets the node numbers of the ALC node on the ALC link. The node numbers of the nodes on the ALC link start from 1 and increase consecutively in an ascending sequence according to the traffic flow direction. 6) Standard Output Power for Single Wavelength (dBm): 5 for 32-channel system, 4 for 40-channel system, 1 for 80/160-channel system.

ALC link node information is displayed in the bottom pane.

Repeat step 4 to set other nodes on the ALC link.

2. Power Reference Mode Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 1600G/320GV3 Single Station Configuration tab in the bottom pane as required in practice. Select an NE from the NE Name list in the bottom pane, and right-click in the idle area to select Add Node". Add Node dialog box is displayed.

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Select Power Reference Mode in Working Mode. Set the link number, node number, number of nodes, working mode and the corresponding parameters for this node. Click <Apply>.

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1) Monitor NE: indicates the subrack with the ALC protocol frame transport channel. If the waveband type of the ALC link is "C-Band", the monitor NE is the current subrack. If the waveband type of the ALC link is "L-Band", as the L-band link has no protocol frame transport channel, the monitor NE is the C-band subrack related with the L-band. 2) Working Mode: indicates two working mode of ALC. Parameter items available in two modes are different. 3) Variable Optical Attenuation Unit: selects the variable optical attenuator unit. If the optical amplifier unit is OAU, select the 5 port of OAU board. 4) Node ID of Reference Unit: indicates ID of the power reference node of ALC. If the Node ID is 1, enter 1. If the Node ID is not 1, enter the ID number which provides power reference for this node. 5) Reference Unit: selects the board and port to make the reference optical power unit for downstream nodes. If there is no need to give reference to downstream nodes, select NUll. 6) Node No [1,255]: sets the node numbers of the ALC node on the ALC link. The node numbers of the nodes on the ALC link start from 1 and increase consecutively in an ascending sequence according to the traffic flow direction. 7) Standard Output Power for Single Wavelength (dBm): 5 for 32-channel system, 4 for 40-channel system, 1 for 80/160-channel system. 8) Automatic Regulation Switch: it can be set only in the initial node of ALC link.

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ALC link node information is displayed in the bottom pane. Repeat step 4 to set other nodes on the ALC link.

9.5.3 Checking the ALC Link Purpose


Use this procedure to check correctness of the ALC configuration.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select About 1600G/320GV3 Link tab in the bottom pane. Select a link from the Link No. list in the bottom pane and right-click to select [Consistency Check].

The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Note: This operation aims to check the validity of existing ALC links through NM and then inform the result to the user. The check principle is the same with the configuration principle of ALC link node, see section 9.5.2.

9.5.4 Searching the ALC Link Purpose


Use this procedure to search the complete information of the created ALC.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 1600G/320GV3 Complete Link tab in the middle pane. Right-click the idle area in the middle pane. Select [Search Link]. The link information will be displayed after several seconds.

9.5.5 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment Purpose


Use this procedure to start or stop automatic ALC link adjustment.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 1600G/320GV3 Complete Link tab in the middle pane.

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Select a link from the Link No. list in the middle pane.

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Click <Start Automatic Link Adjustment> to start ALC or click <Stop Automatic Link Adjustment> to stop ALC. A prompt is displayed. Click <OK> to start or stop the automatic link adjustment function.

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9.6 ALC Management for 320G


Refer to section 9.5 to know about ALC principle. This section introduces the configuration of ALC for OptiX BWS 320G. ALC configuration contains:

Create the ALC Link Node Check the ALC Link Search the ALC Link Start/stop Automatic Link Adjustment

9.6.1 Creating the ALC Link Node Purpose


Use this procedure to create the ALC nodes along the link. The units involved in the ALC function and their functions are:

Optical amplifier unit (such as WBA): detect optical power Variable optical attenuation (such as VOA): adjust optical power Optical spectrum analysis unit (such as MS2): detect the number of channels Optical supervisory channel unit (such as SC1/SC2): support transmission channel for ALC protocol. Control and communication unit (such as SCC/SCE): support control function for ALC.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. Supported by the OptiX BWS 320G. For the number-of-channels detection mode, the MS1/MS2 board has been created in the ALC link. Optical supervisory channel unit and SCC must be installed in the same subrack NE. Optical amplifier unit, VOA, MS1/MS2 and optical supervisory channel unit must be installed in the same subrack NE in MS node.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu.

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Select 320G Single Station Configuration tab in the bottom pane as required in practice. Select an NE from the NE Name list in the bottom pane, and right-click in the idle area to select Add Node". Add Node dialog box is displayed. Set the link number, node type, optical detection board, supervisory channel and the corresponding parameters for this node. Click <Apply>.

Note: Pay attention to the requirement of parameters: 1) Node No [1,255]: sets the node numbers of the ALC node on the ALC link. The node numbers of the nodes on the ALC link start from 1 and increase consecutively in an ascending sequence according to the traffic flow direction. 2) Node Type: common node, pass-through node and MS node can be selected. 3) Reference Unit Node ID: Indicates ID of the MS node of ALC. 4) Reference Unit: Indicates slot of the MS2 board in MS node. 5) Upstream Supervisory Channel: Configures the slot where the upstream supervisory channel resides and its optical port. 6) Downstream Supervisory Channel: Configures the slot where the downstream supervisory channel resides and its optical port.

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ALC link node information is displayed in the bottom pane. Repeat step 4 to set other nodes on the ALC link.

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Caution: ALC cannot be enabled if the link is not properly configured. Note: 1) The ALC link number ranges from 1 to 255. Repetition of link number is not allowed. A subrack can be configured with four links at most. 2) The ALC node number must start from 1, and then increase consecutively along the service direction. 3) The nodes not involved in the ALC adjustment can be configured as pass-through nodes. The pass-through node is neither the first nor the last node, and cannot be an MS node.

9.6.2 Checking the ALC Link Purpose


Use this procedure to check correctness of the ALC configuration.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select About 320G Link tab in the bottom pane. Select a link from the Link No. list in the bottom pane and right-click to select [Consistency Check]. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Note: This operation aims to check the validity of existing ALC links through NM and then inform the result to the user. The check principle is the same with the configuration principle of ALC link node, see section 9.6.1.

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9.6.3 Search the ALC Link Purpose


Use this procedure to search the complete information of the created ALC.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 320G Complete Link tab in the middle pane. Right-click the idle area in the middle pane. Select [Search Link]. The link information will be displayed after several seconds.

9.6.4 Starting/Stopping Automatic Link Adjustment Purpose


Use this procedure to start or stop automatic ALC link adjustment.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. ALC link has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Maintenance/ALC Management] from the Main Menu. Select 320G Complete Link tab in the middle pane. Select a link from the Link No. list in the middle pane. Click <Start Automatic Link Adjustment> to start ALC or click <Stop Automatic Link Adjustment> to stop ALC. A prompt is displayed. Click <OK> to start or stop the automatic link adjustment function.

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9.7 Fiber Power Check


Purpose
In the application of the OptiX Metro 6100 system, either of fiber aging, optical connector aging or human factors may cause abnormal attenuation to the line. When the line attenuation decreases, as the optical power of the receive end has redundancy, the decrease of the optical power has little effect on the receive end. However, the input optical power downstream will decrease, thus severely affecting the OSNR of the system. In the end, the downstream will receive no signal. To avoid this situation, the fiber link detection function is added to the T2000, which can regularly detect the optical power attenuation of every line. When it finds that the attenuation change of a line exceeds the predefined threshold, an abnormal event is generated in the T2000, prompting you to adjust the attenuation value of the VOA until the line attenuation of the entire ring is restored to normal. Use this procedure to configure the fiber power check function.

Prerequisites

Boards with the optical power detection function have been created. NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. Supported by the OptiX Metro 6100.

Procedure
1. Create Check Link Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/Fiber Power Check] from the Main Menu. Right-click in the idle area in the Check Link. Select [Create].

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Set related attributes for check link in Create Link.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Repeat step 3 step 4 to create other links.

2. Create Check Link Group Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/Fiber Power Check] from the Main Menu. Right-click in the idle area in the Check Link Group. Select [Create].

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Set related attributes for check link in Create Link Group. Select the link from the Available Links to Selected Link.

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Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. Repeat step 3 step 4 to create other link groups.

3. Set Timing Period Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Fiber Power Check] from the Main Menu. Click <Query> to query fiber power check link information. Select the check link or check link group in the list.

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Click < Set Timing Period > to set automatic check period.

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Click <OK>. Right-click the selected check link in the Check Link and select [to be Checked Periodically]. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>. The automatic check is set.

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9.8 Automatic Optical Power Equalization


The automatic power equilibrium (APE) function can automatically adjust optical power of each channel at the transmitting end, so as to optimize the OSNR at the receiving end. The APE function is implemented by MCA, V40/V32, SC1/SC2 and SCC. Their networking is shown in Figure 9-3.
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Figure 9-3 Networking for APE function

The normal functioning of APE requires the coordination between the optical boards and the SCC board, and the participation of the user. As shown in Figure 9-3, for power equilibrium, each channel power at the transmitting end can be adjusted according to the per channel power measured by the MCA at the receiving end. The APE brings convenience to DWDM system test in deployment and subsequent network maintenance. The APE function mode can also be set allowing user to decide whether to adjust the optical power. Configuration principle:

To implement the APE function, it is required that the OTM station at the transmitting end should be configured with V40/V32, and the OTM station at the receiving end should be configured with MCA. Moreover, since DWDM is a dual-fiber bidirectional system, an MCA should be configured at the both ends of a multiplexing section. To implement the APE function, it is required to install MCA and OSC unit (SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2) in one subrack. If not, network port ETHERNET 2 of two subracks should be interconnected. To implement the APE function, it is required to install V40/V32 and OSC unit (SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2) in one subrack. If not, network port ETHERNET 2 of two subracks should be interconnected.

This section introduces the configuration of APE for OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 320G. APE configuration contains:

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9.8.1 Creating the APE Pair Purpose


Use this procedure to create the APE pair along the link. The units involved in the APE function and their functions are:

V40/V32: variable multiplexer, adjusting attenuation of each channel MCA: detect optical power of each channels SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2: support transmission channel for APE protocol byte. SCC/SCE: support control function for APE.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. The MCA board and the V40/V32 board have been installed and configured. Optical supervisory channel unit and SCC must be installed in the same subrack NE.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Automatic Optical Power Equalization] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the subrack NE with the MCA board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Create> at the bottom. Create APE Pair dialog box is displayed.

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Set the related attributes of the APE pair: power regulating subrack, power monitoring unit, band type, power regulating unit, monitoring subrack and power unbalance threshold. Click <OK>.

Note: Pay attention to the requirement of parameters: 1) Power Monitoring Unit: configures the slot number and optical port number of MCA board where it resides. 2) Power Regulating Subrack/Unit: odd wavelength subrack/unit and even wavelength subrack/unit are available. Only configure the odd wavelength subrack/unit for the OptiX BWS 320G. 3) Monitoring Subrack of Transmit End: selects the subrack with a supervisory channel unit at the transmitting end. 4) Monitoring Subrack of Receive End: selects the subrack with a supervisory channel unit at the receiving end. 5) Power Unbalance Threshold (dB): The default is 1.5dB. The range is 0.5dB to 3dB.

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Right-click to select [Modify]. Modify parameters in "Modify APE Pair" dialog box. 6 Delete the APE pair (optional). Select an APE pair in the APE Pair list and right-click to select [Delete APE Pair]. 7 Configure monitoring flag of wavelength.

Select the wavelength from the "Wavelength ID" list and right-click to set the wavelength monitoring flag. Note: Disable wavelength monitoring for the wavelengths added/dropped to/from the OADM.

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Query the ALC protocol channel from the T2000 (optional). Select the NE from the "NE Name" list and right-click to select [Query Protocol Path from the NM].

Query the ALC protocol channel from the NE (optional). Select the NE from the "NE Name" list and right-click to select [Query Protocol Path from the NE].

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Repeat step 3 step 4 to create protocol channels for all nodes on the ALC link. Note: 1) For the first node of the ALC link, the West Supervisory Channel is Null; for the last node of the ALC link, the East Supervisory Channel is Null. 2) Each node only supports one ALC protocol channel.

9.8.2 Configuring Wavelength Monitoring Flag Purpose


Use this procedure to configure wavelength monitoring flag.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. APE pair has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Automatic Optical Power Equalization] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the subrack NE with the MCA board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the optical power equalization information.

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Select the wavelength from the "Wavelength ID" list and right-click to set the wavelength monitoring flag. The default is Allow.

Note: Disable wavelength monitoring for the wavelengths added/dropped to/from the OADM.

9.8.3 Setting Standard Power Curve Purpose


Use this procedure to save the current optical power offset to standard curve for reference.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. APE pair has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Maintenance/Automatic Optical Power Equalization] from the Main Menu.

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In the lower-left pane, select the subrack NE with the MCA board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the IPA pair information. Select the APE pair from the "ID of APE Pair" list in the upper pane and right-click to select [Set Current Power Offset to Standard Value]. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Note:

Through MCA board, the system can learn about the spectrum accessed by each optical interface and compare the spectrum with the existing one. If there is a wavelength not being accessed, the system will report the wavelength-drop event. If there is a new wavelength, the system will report the wavelength-add event. After that, NM will prompt the user to save the APE standard power curve again.

9.8.4 Starting/Stopping Regulation Purpose


Use this procedure to start or stop APE function.

Prerequisites

The NM user with the authority of system operator or above. APE pair has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Automatic Optical Power Equalization] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the subrack NE with the MCA board and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the IPA pair information.

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Click <Start Regulation > to start APE or click <Stop Regulation > to stop APE. Note: When a dialog box of APE power exception is displayed on NM, the user needs to confirm it to start the APE regulation. The total time of APE regulation should be no more than three minutes. Normally one minute is enough. After the APE regulation, the system will report the APE regulation success event.

A prompt is displayed. Click <OK> to start or stop the automatic link adjustment function.

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9.9 Wavelength Management


This section describes the management, configuration, and maintenance of the end-to-end wavelength service. To be specific, it introduces how to:

Set the customized display; Browse wavelength trails; View the details about a wavelength trail; Manage the wavelength division optical power; View the relevant alarms of a wavelength trail; View the wavelength trail performance.

9.9.1 Setting the Customized Display Objective


This section introduces how to set the customized display.

Prerequisite
The NM user has the right of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu.

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Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface.

Right-click the table heading and then click [Customize Display].

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Select from the Undisplayed column the customized wavelength trail to add them to the Displayed attributes to be displayed and click column. Click <OK>, and the selected attribute parameters will appear in the tabling heading in the Wavelength Management interface.

9.9.2 Browsing Wavelength Trails Objective


This section introduces how to browse wavelength trails.

Prerequisite

The NM user has the right of system operator or above. Internal fibers and external fibers of the optical NE have been correctly created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu. Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface. Click <Filter>, and the Set Trail Browse Filter Conditions dialog box will pop up.

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Set the filtering conditions and then click <Full Filter>. The wavelength trails that meet the conditions will be displayed in the list. Note: Full Filter refreshes to display all the trails that meet the conditions. Secondary Filter serves to filter in the displayed trails according to the filtering conditions. Incremental Filter does not refresh the displayed trails, but only adds the results in respond to the new filtering to after the displayed trails.

Click <Save As> to save the result to the specified path on the client PC.

9.9.3 Viewing the Details about a Wavelength Trail Objective


This section introduces how to view details about a wavelength trail.

Prerequisite

The NM user has the right of system operator or above. Internal fibers and external fibers of the optical NE have been correctly created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu. Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface. Click <Filter> in the Wavelength Management interface. The Set Trail Browse Filter Conditions interface will pop up for you to select or enter the required parameters and trail filtering conditions. Click <Full Filter>, and the trails that meet the conditions will be displayed in the list. Note: Full Filter refreshes to display all the trails that meet the conditions. Secondary Filter serves to filter in the displayed trails according to the filtering conditions. Incremental Filter does not refresh the displayed trails, but only adds the results in respond to the new filtering to after the displayed trails.

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Right-click a wavelength trail and select [Details].

Click the Attribute tab to view the basic attributes of the wavelength, and modify its attributes such as Name, ID, and Remarks.

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Click the Channel Allocation tab to view the channel allocation information such as name of the serving trail, source seized wavelength and sink seized wavelength.

9.9.4 Managing the Wavelength Division Optical Power Objective


This section introduces how to manage the optical power of the specified board optical interface on the wavelength trail.

Prerequisite

The NM user has the right of system operator or above. The wavelength trail exists and is configured with a board with the optical power detection function.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu. Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface. Click <Filter> in the Wavelength Management interface. The Set Trail Browse Filter Conditions interface will pop up for you to select or enter the required parameters and trail filtering conditions.

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Click <Full Filter>, and the trails that meet the conditions will be displayed in the list. Note: Full Filter refreshes to display all the trails that meet the conditions. Secondary Filter serves to filter in the displayed trails according to the filtering conditions. Incremental Filter does not refresh the displayed trails, but only adds the results in respond to the new filtering to after the displayed trails.

Right-click a wavelength trail and select [Wavelength Division Optical Power Management], and then the Wavelength Division Optical Power Management will pop up.

Query/Set the optical power information. In doing so, please refer to 9.2 Optical Power Management.

9.9.5 Viewing the Relevant Alarms of a Wavelength Trail Objective


This section introduces how to view the alarms related to a wavelength trail.

Prerequisite

The NM user has the right of system operator or above. Internal fibers and external fibers of the optical NE have been correctly created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu. Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface. Click <Filter> in the Wavelength Management interface. The Set Trail Browse Filter Conditions interface will pop up for you to select or enter the required parameters and trail filtering conditions. Click <Full Filter>, and the trails that meet the conditions will be displayed in the list. Note: Full Filter refreshes to display all the trails that meet the conditions. Secondary Filter serves to filter in the displayed trails according to the filtering conditions. Incremental Filter does not refresh the displayed trails, but only adds the results in respond to the new filtering to after the displayed trails.

Select a trail or several trails, and click <Alarm>. Select [Current Alarm]. Select [History Alarm] to view the history alarms. Select [Alarm Suppression] to set alarm suppression.

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Click <Query> to refresh the information. Select an alarm, and the details about and the cause for the alarm will be given in the frame in the lower part. After reading the information, click <Confirm>. When the alarm ends, it will automatically become a history alarm.

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Click <Save As> to save the result to the specified path on the client PC.

9.9.6 Viewing the Wavelength Trail Performance Objective


This section introduces how to view the performance of a wavelength trail.

Prerequisite

The NM user has the right of system operator or above. Internal fibers and external fibers of the optical NE have been correctly created.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [View/Trail View] from the main menu.

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Select [Trail/Wavelength Management] in the trail view to enter the Wavelength Management interface. Click <Filter> in the Wavelength Management interface. The Set Trail Browse Filter Conditions interface will pop up for you to select or enter the required parameters and trail filtering conditions. Click <Full Filter>, and the trails that meet the conditions will be displayed in the list. Note: Full Filter refreshes to display all the trails that meet the conditions. Secondary Filter serves to filter in the displayed trails according to the filtering conditions. Incremental Filter does not refresh the displayed trails, but only adds the results in respond to the new filtering to after the displayed trails.

Select a trail or several trails, and click <Performance>. Select [15-minute Current Performance]. Select [24-Hour Current Performance] to view the 24-hour current performance. Select [15-Hour Current Performance] to view the 15-minute history performance. Select [24-Hour Current Performance] to view the 24-hour history performance. Select [Performance Threshold-Crossing Record] to view the performance threshold-crossing record. Select [Performance Parameter] to view the performance parameter.

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The 15-minute current performance information of the wavelength trail is displayed.

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Click <Query> to refresh the information. Click <Save As> to save the result to the specified path on the client PC.

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9.10 Configuring OAMS


OAMS: Optical fiber line automatic monitoring system. Through the OAMS, you can check fiber performance through the optical pulse injected in fibers, and get information about splicing points and connectors, such as attenuation, reflection, and location, as well as the performance of a whole fiber line or a certain fiber segment, such as total attenuation, optical return loss, and length. The OptiX BWS 1600G products provide OAMS function to fibers, realizing preliminary fiber fault location and line fiber alarming. The OAMS function perfects the alarming performance of the OptiX BWS 1600G by monitoring fiber line and thus enhances the maintainability of optical transmission network. The OAMS, built in the 1600G products, is a relatively independent optional unit, which can be configured as required.

9.10.1 Starting OAMS through T2000 Purpose


Use this procedure to start OAMS through the T2000.

Prerequisites

The advanced menu has been started. Supported by the OptiX BWS 1600G. The optical NEs and related subrack NEs have been created. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 Action Install the FMU, MWA and MWF boards on the subrack NE. For details, refer to 4.5 Creating Board.

Add all NEs with OTDR function to OAMS users. For details, refer to 3.1 Creating NE User and Assign Authority.

Note: Here, the user name and the password of all NEs should be consistent.

Start the OAMS. Select [Alarm/ Start OAMS] from the main menu.

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9.10.2 Browsing Curve File Purpose


According to location and usage, the curve files can be classified into local files, server files, reference curve, and test curve.

Local files are the curve files stored in the OAMS client. Server files are the curve files stored in the OAMS server. Reference curve refers to the curve stored at NE side for reference during test. Test curve refers to the test result stored at NE side.

Local files and server files are history test curves. Reference curve is also history test curve. Since its performance is consistent with the actual fiber conditions, reference curve is used as reference during test. Use this procedure to browse curve files.

Prerequisites

The OAMS has been started. Applicable to the OptiX BWS 1600G. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Open a curve file. Select [File/Open File/Local File] from the main menu of the OAMS, and the file browser is displayed. Select an appropriate local curve file and open it. Select [File/Open File/Server File] from the main menu of the OAMS, and the file list is displayed. Select an appropriate server curve file and open it. Select the tested unit, right-click it, and select [Browse Tested Curve] to open the tested curve. Select the tested unit, and then [Test/Query Reference Curve] from the main menu of OAMS to open the reference curve. Browse the curve. Select [Browse] from the main menu of the OAMS or click the toolbar buttons location. 3 Close/Open the curve. Right-click the curve file in the topology tree and select [Close Curve], the curve will be closed. After closing the curve, right-click to select [Open Curve] or double-click the curve file to display the curve in the curve area. to adjust display proportion and

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Right-click the curve file in the topology tree and select [Close File]. The curve will not be displayed and the curve file not displayed in the topology tree any more.

9.10.3 Modifying Curve File Purpose


Use this procedure to modify the curve information of a curve file, such as:

Operator Test date Test equipment Fiber identifier

Prerequisites

The OAMS has been started. Applicable to the OptiX BWS 1600G. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select an appropriate curve file in the topology tree. Select [Edit/Curve Information] from the main menu of the OAMS, or right-click to select [Curve Information] to display the curve information dialog box. Modify the curve information as required. Click <OK> to save the modification. Repeat this procedure to modify as many curve files as necessary.

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9.10.4 Setting Reference Curve Purpose


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Prerequisites

The OAMS has been started. Applicable to OptiX BWS 1600G. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Open the server file and select one ideal curve for test.

Select [Test/ Set Start and End Points] from the main menu of the OAMS, and add start point and end point to the curve.

Adjust the location of start point and end point.

Note: Do not place the start point and end point in the noise area, or near the events. The system will only process the data between the start point and end point and report alarms for the faults in this section.

Repeat this procedure to set as many reference curves as necessary.

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9.10.5 Test on-Demand Purpose


Test on-demand is originated manually through the OAMS. In this case, an remote test unit (RTU) is selected and controlled to test a monitored fiber. Use this procedure to complete test on-demand.

Prerequisites

The OAMS has been started. Applicable to the OptiX BWS 1600G. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select an appropriate test port in the topology tree. Select an appropriate test mode and set parameters. ( Note: In the case of manual test, it is required to select [Edit/Fiber Parameter Setting] from the main menu of the OAMS to set fiber parameters. In the case of test according to reference curve, it is required to set reference curve. For details, refer to 9.10.4 Setting Reference Curve. In the case of automatic test, it is not necessary to set either fiber parameters or reference curve. 3 4 Select [Test/Start Test] from the main menu of the OAMS, or right-click the test port. Select [Start Test], and the test interface is displayed. Click <Query> to query test parameters. Select test on-demand.and then an appropriate test mode, and set test parameters.

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Click <OK> to start the test. The test progress bar is displayed.

After the test, the test result will be displayed on the interface. Observe whether it is normal. If not, abnormal event information will be generated (by observing the list of key events, faulty links and abnormal events). Handle the fault according to the abnormal event.

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Select [Edit/Curve Information] from the main menu of the OAMS. Set curve information and then save it locally for easy view. Repeat this procedure to complete as many tests on-demand as necessary.

9.10.6 Periodic Test Purpose


It is also called conventional test. If the conditions are met (test cycle or test start time), the test can be started. Use this procedure to complete periodic test.

Prerequisites

The OAMS has been started.

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Applicable to the OptiX BWS 1600G. The NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select an appropriate test port from the topology tree. Select an appropriate test mode and set parameters. Note: 1) In the case of manual test, it is required to select [Edit/Fiber Parameter Setting] from the main menu of the OAMS to set fiber parameters 2) In the case of test according to reference curve, it is required to set reference curve. For details, refer to 9.10.4 Setting Reference Curve. In the case of automatic test, it is not necessary to set either fiber parameters or reference curve.

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Select [Test/Start Test] from the main menu of the OAMS, or right-click the test port. Select [Start Test] and the test interface is displayed. Click<Query> to query test parameters. Select periodic test and then an appropriate test mode, and set parameters like test time, test cycle, etc. Click <OK> to send the test parameters. If the conditions are met, the test will be started. After the test, an event will be reported to the NM. If abnormal, an abnormal event will be generated. It is necessary to handle the fault according to the abnormal event.

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Select [Test/Query Test Curve] from the main menu of the OAMS to view the test result. Select [Edit/Curve Information] from the main menu of the OAMS. Set curve information and save it locally for easy view.

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Configuring Protection includes:

Configuring Protection

Configuring Optical Line Protection Configuring Wavelength Protection Group Configuring 1+1 Optical Channel Protection Configuring 1:N Optical Channel Protection Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission Protection

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10.1 Configuring Optical Line Protection


Purpose
The WDM system provides protection for the optical line by means of dual-fed and signal selection through the OLP board. Use this procedure to set the protection board and parameters for optical line protection.

Prerequisites

Super NM User: admin. The OLP board has been installed.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Optical Line Protection] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate terminal subrack NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current switching status of line protection from the NE. Set protection related attributes: revertive mode, revertive time.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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Right-click the Switching Status item of selected NE to select switching mode. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

Repeat step 2 step 6 to configure OLP path protection pair of the opposite subrack NE.

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10.2 Configuring Wavelength Protection Group


Purpose
The WDM system provides protection for optical transponder unit, supporting:

Inter-board 1+1 protection, realized by the SCS board Intra-board protection, realized by the dual-fed and signal selection OTU

Use this procedure to set the parameters for wavelength protection group.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. Active and standby boards have been installed or dual-fed and signal selection OTU has been installed.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Wavelength Protection Group] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current protection information from the NE. Click <Create>. Create Wavelength Protection Group dialog box is displayed.

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Three types can be selected: Intra-Board Wavelength Protection applies to dual-fed and signal selection OUT boards... Inter-Board Wavelength Protection applies to 1+1 backup OTU boards. 1+1 Wavelength Protection at Client applies to client-end protection. 6 Set Working Path and Protection Path. Note: In Inter-board wavelength protection mode, the OTU of the working path and that of the protection path must be two boards in one subrack. In Intra-board wavelength protection mode, adopt the OTU with dual-fed signal selection.

Set Revertive Mode and Revertive Time. Non-Revertive is recommended. If Revertive is selected, then the Revertive Time (s) is suggested to set to 600. Revertive Mode and Revertive Time in the whole network should be same.

Set SD Trigger Flag and SD Trigger Conditions.

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Click <OK>. The created wavelength protection group is displayed.

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If you want to modify wavelength protection group, select a created wavelength group and click <Modify> to modify attribute value. If you want to delete wavelength protection group, select a created wavelength group and click <Delete> to delete a created protection group.

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Repeat step 2 step 10 to configure wavelength protection group of the opposite subrack NE.

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10.3 Configuring 1+1 Optical Channel Protection


Purpose
Use this procedure to set the parameters for wavelength protection group.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. Supported by the OptiX Metro 6100. Two OTU boards of the same type have been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/1+1 Optical Channel Protection] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current protection information from the NE. Click <Create>. WDM Channel Protection Configuration-New dialog box is displayed. Select Active Board, Standby Board and Set Switching Status.

Set Revertive Mode.

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Click <OK>. The created 1+1 optical channel protection group is displayed.

If you want to modify protection group, select a created 1+1 optical channel protection group and click <Modify> to modify attribute value. If you want to delete protection group, select a created 1+1 optical channel protection group and click <Delete> to delete it.

Repeat step 2 step 8 to configure 1+1 optical path protection of the opposite subrack NE.

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10.4 Configuring 1:N Optical Channel Protection


10.4.1 Creating 1:N Optical Channel Protection Purpose
Use this procedure to set the parameters for 1:N optical channel protection.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. An OCP board and two or more LWF/LWS boards have been created in the same subrack NE. Fibers have been correctly created. Supported by the OptiX BWS 1600G. Supported by the LWF/LWFS/LWS board.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/1:N Optical Channel Protection] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current protection information from the NE. Click <Add>. Add dialog box is displayed.

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Set attribute values of 1:N optical channel protection and protection path/working path.

Note: 1) Eight working OTUs (at most) and one protection OTU form a protection group. However, every board in this protection group and the OCP board must be inserted in the same subrack. 2) At present, the boards that support this kind of protection are LWF/LWFS/LWS. 3) Number of Working Path: The range is 1 to 8. 4) SD Switching: It indicates whether SD is a switching condition. It is disabled by default. 5) Parameter Check Consistency Flag: It should be set to check status, that is, Consistency Check of Physical Path and Logical Path or Path Priority Check.

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Click <OK>. The created 1:N optical channel protection group is displayed.

If you want to delete protection group, select a created 1:N optical channel protection group and click <Delete> to delete a created protection group. Repeat step 2 step 6 to configure 1:N optical path protection of the opposite subrack NE.

10.4.2 Searching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Subnet Purpose


Use this procedure to search 1:N optical channel protection subnet. You will find 1:N wavelength protection subnet after searching it and perform protection switching in protection subnet maintenance view.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. 1:N optical channel protection parameters have been configured. Fibers have been correctly created. Supported by the OptiX BWS 1600G. Supported by the LWF/LWFS/LWS board.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [View/Protection View] from the Main Menu.

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Select [Protection Subnet/Protection Subnet Search] in the Protection View. Click <Next> at the bottom. Click <Search> to search 1:N optical channel protection subnet.

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Click <Next>. Click <Finish>. Searched 1:N optical channel protection is displayed in graphic.

10.4.3 Switching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Status Purpose


Use this procedure to:

Modify parameters of 1:N optical channel protection Perform consistency check Query the switching status of 1:N optical channel protection Perform protection switching

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

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1:N optical channel protection parameters have been configured. Fibers have been correctly created. Supported by the OptiX BWS 1600G. Supported by the LWF/LWFS/LWS board.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [View/Protection View] from the Main Menu. Select [Protection Subnet/Protection Subnet Maintenance] in the Protection View. Select 1:N optical channel protection in the list on the left, and the corresponding maintenance information is displayed on the right. Select Resource Description tab. Query working link and protection link information.

Click <Query> to refresh the working link and protection link information of the 1:N optical channel protection. 6 Query the switching status of each node.

Select Protection Subnet Maintenance tab and check the information under the Protocol Controller, the DPC_1 Switching Status and the DPC_2 Switching Status. Note: Only when the protection entity is in INACTIVE or ADDING status, it can be set or deleted. If you want to set or delete a protection entity in ACTIVE status, stop the corresponding protocol controller first.

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Click <Start/Stop protocol> to start or stop protection protocol. 8 Perform protection switching.

Right click the selected node, and select [DPC_1 Switching/Forced Switch/OTMA1-3-LWF-2(RX/TX)]. The Operation Result dialog appears, prompting the success of the switching. Query the protection status again to check. 9 Modify parameters of 1:N optical channel protection.

Select Protection Subnet Parameters tab in the Protection Subnet Attributes view to modify parameters of 1:N channel protection subnet. Click <Apply> to confirm the modification. Note: The switching priority of both terminals in a 1:N optical path protection must be consistent, and the configuration of physical path and logical path must be consistent. Otherwise, the consistency check may fail.

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10.5 Configuring Clock Transparent Transmission Protection


Purpose
Use this procedure to set the parameters for clock transparent transmission protection.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. Two TC1/TC2 boards have been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Clock Transparent Transmission Protection] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the current protection information from the NE. Click <Create>. Create Clock Protection Group dialog box is displayed. Set attribute values of clock transparent transmission protection.

Note: Generally the working board is in slot 6 and the protection board is in slot 8.

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Click <OK>. The created clock transparent transmission protection is displayed.

If you want to modify clock protection group, select a created clock transparent transmission protection and click <Modify> to modify its attribute value. If you want to delete clock protection group, select a clock transparent transmission protection and click <Delete> to delete it.

Repeat step 2 step 6 to configure clock transparent transmission protection of the opposite subrack NE.

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Configuring Alarm and Performance Monitoring Parameters

This chapter introduces how to configuring alarm and performance monitoring parameters. The following tasks are described: Synchronizing NE Time Setting Network Wide Alarm Attributes Setting NE Alarm Attributes Setting Board/Port Alarm Attributes Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters

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11.1 Synchronizing NE Time


Purpose
Use this procedure to synchronize NEs time with the T2000. The occurring time of alarm and performance event is important for record and troubleshooting, so synchronizing NEs time with the T2000 is needed.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system administrator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/Common Configuration/NE Time Synchronization]. Select one or more NEs in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button. Select one or more NE entries. Right-click and select [Synchronize with NM Time]. If you do not want to synchronize the NE time with the NM manually. You can enable the auto synchronization function. Select one or more NE entries, right-click and select [Enable Auto Synchronization]. Then set the Synchronize Starting Time and Synchronization Period, click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.2 Setting Network Wide Alarm Attributes


11.2.1 Creating New Alarm Attribute Template Purpose
Use this procedure to create alarm attribute template. Setting Alarm Attributes NE by NE is very time-consuming. So the T2000 provides an easy way (creating alarm attribute template) to set alarm attributes for NEs.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Customize Alarm Attribute Template]. Select a template from the Template Name drop-down list. Modify the alarm attributes. Click <Save> to save the modification, or click <Save As> and enter a template name to save as a new template.

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11.2.2 Creating Alarm Correlation Rule Purpose


Use this procedure to create alarm correlation rules to suppress the alarms which are induced by other alarms. Then troubleshooting will be easier.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm Correlation Rules].

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Click <Create>, a new rule entry will be added. Select Alarm 1 and Alarm 2, Conditions and Action. Click <Apply> to confirm the creation. Follow Step 2 and Step 3 to create more rules as you need.

11.2.3 Creating Fault Diagnosis Rule Purpose


Use this procedure to help network maintenance engineers accumulate and share experience.

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Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Fault Diagnosis Rules]. Right-click the Fault Diagnosis Rules folder and select [Add Rules]. A Create Fault Diagnosis Rules dialog box is displayed.

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Select an alarm which you want to add diagnosis rule, click <OK> to confirm. A new rule entry is added. Right-click the new rule entry and select [Add Steps]. A Create Diagnosis Steps dialog box is displayed.

Fill in the Alarm Causes, Diagnosis Method and Processing Method fields. Click <OK> to confirm. A step entry is added under the rule entry. Follow Step 4 and Step 5 to add new step entries under the rule entry.

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If you need, you can right-click a step entry and select [Modify] to modify the original contents. Click <Apply> to confirm the adding and modification.

11.2.4 Enabling the Switch of Alarm Function Purpose


Use this procedure to enable the T2000 to automatically deal with alarms to reduce your workload.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm Function Switch].

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In the upper-left corner, select Auto Acknowledge Switch, and set alarm ending date. Note: For example: set the alarm ending date to 2, then the T2000 will automatically acknowledge the alarms, which ended two days before, at 3 a.m. every day.

In the lower-left corner, select one or more auto alarm synchronization trigger events according to actual condition. Note: For example: If When Starting the NM is selected, the alarm synchronization will be executed automatically when the NM is started up.

In the upper-right corner, select Enable Alarm Correlation Analysis to enable the alarm correlation analysis function. Refer to the note in the corner for details. In the lower-right corner, select Automatically Change End Alarm into History Alarm. Refer to the note in the corner for details. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.2.5 Enabling Alarm Notification to E-mail or Pager Purpose


Use this procedure to facilitate maintenance engineers know the network running status momentarily. The T2000 provides the alarm notification function. If an alarm occurs, the T2000 will send a message to an appointed engineers email-box, pager or cell-phone.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm SMS Notification].

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Click <Create> to add a notification entry. Fill in the user name. Set the communication mode. Fill in the communication number. And set Alarm Severity, Alarm Type, NE and Switch. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. Note: There are three communication modes: Beep-Pager, mobile phone and email. Select Alarm Severity, Alarm Type and NE. The T2000 will send messages only when alarms compliant with the settings occur. Thus you can focus on the important alarms. Up to fifteen notification entries can be created.

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If the communication mode is email, you need to click <Communication Settings> to set the SMTP address. If the communication mode is Beep-Pager, you need to click <Communication Settings> to select the serial port connected with Modem.

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11.2.6 Enabling Alarm Box and Setting Parameter Purpose


Use this procedure to set an alarm box. Then the T2000 can remind maintenance engineers by the alarm box when alarms occur.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system administrator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarm Box]. A Warning dialog box (it prompts the alarm box is not enabled) is displayed. Click <OK>. An Alarm Box dialog box is displayed. Select the Alarm Box Settings tab. Select the Enable Alarm Box and set the communication parameters of the alarm box with the T2000 Client computer.

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Click <Apply>. A prompt dialog box (Please restart the client to make the settings effective) is displayed. Click <OK>. Restart the T2000 Client program to enable the settings. Re-enter the alarm box setting dialog box. Select the Alarm Box Operations tab. You can turn off one or more indicators as you need. Or click <Mute Alarm Sound> to turn off the sound of the alarm box. If you click <Mute Alarm Sound> again, the sound will come back.

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11.2.7 Setting Alarm Dump Condition Purpose


Use this procedure to set alarm dump condition. To avoid the alarm data overflowing or being damaged, you need to dump alarm data in time. You can dump the alarm data manually. Otherwise, you can set the alarm dump condition. The T2000 will dump the alarm data as you need. There are two methods for auto dumping the alarm data: Dumping when Overflow, Dumping in schedule. You can select one method or both of them.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Alarm Dump].

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Fill in the Maximum Storage Capacity, Dump number and Capacity Alarm Threshold for the Dumping when Overflow method. Set Dump Periodically or not to Yes. Set Dump Interval and Time Limit for the Dumping in schedule method. Note: The storage capacity refers to the maximum number of records that can be kept in the T2000 database. The dump number refers to the number of alarm records to be dumped at a time. The capacity alarm threshold refers to a number of records, when the records in the T2000 database exceed this number, an alarm occurs and the T2000 executes dumping operation. The time limit refers to a period, when the T2000 executes dumping operation, only those records occurred earlier than this period will be dumped.

Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

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11.3 Setting NE Alarm Attributes


Purpose
Use this procedure to set alarm attributes for NEs, including: alarm saving mode, alarm reversion mode, alarm correlation suppression switch, delay switch, alarm delay, and alarm-stopping delay.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set NE Alarm Attribute]. Select one or more NEs in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Select an NE entry and set attributes for it. Note: There are two saving modes: wrap, stop. If the saving mode is wrap, when the alarm register is full, the oldest alarms will be deleted for saving new alarms. If the saving mode is stop, when the alarm register is full, new alarms will be discarded. There are three reversion modes: no reversion, auto-reversion and manual reversion. If the reversion mode is no reversion, all the alarms will be reported. If the reversion mode is auto-reversion, the configured but unloaded ports will not report alarms until the ports are loaded with service. If the reversion mode is manual reversion, all the ports of the NE will not report alarms and the reversion indicator will flash. If the correlative suppressing switch is enabled, alarms induced by other alarms will not be reported. If the delay switch is enabled, the following two attributes need to be set. Alarm occurring delay time refers to a period of time. If an alarm is detected continuously for this period of time, the T2000 considers this alarm occurs. Alarm ending delay time refers to a period of time. If an alarm is not detected continuously for this period of time, the T2000 considers this alarm is already ended.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.4 Setting Board/Port Alarm Attributes


11.4.1 Setting Alarm Severity and Auto-report status Purpose
Use this procedure to set alarm severity and auto-report for units. Up to five NEs can be set at the same time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/ Set Alarms/Set Alarm Severity and Auto-Report]. Select one or more units in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Set alarm severity and auto-report status as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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If you have created an alarm template for the units, you can click <Open Template> and select the desired template. And click <Open Template> to confirm the selection.

11.4.2 Setting Alarm Reversion Purpose


Use this procedure to set alarm reversion for units.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm Reversion]. Select the board to be set alarm reversion in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Select the ports to be set.Double-click the Reversion State field and select Enable or Disable.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. The board displayed in the Board List Reversed.

11.4.3 Setting Alarm Suppression Status Purpose


Use this procedure to set alarm suppression for units. Up to five NEs can be set at the same time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm Suppression].

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Select one or more units in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Set alarm suppression status as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. If you have created an alarm template for the units, you can click <Open Template> and select the desired template. And click <Open Template> to confirm the selection.

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11.4.4 Setting Alarm Filter Status Purpose


Use this procedure to set alarm filter status. After NEs report alarms to the T2000, the T2000 will decide whether to display and save the alarm information according to the alarm filter status.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system administrator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Alarm Filter].

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Set alarm filter status. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.4.5 Setting Bit Error Alarm Threshold Purpose


Use this procedure to set bit error alarm threshold of a specified port. When bit error number exceeds the threshold, an alarm occurs.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set QoS/Set Bit Error Alarm Threshold]. Double-click to select a unit in the lower-left pane.

Set threshold for B1, B2 and B3 bytes. Note: There are two thresholds for bit error: Threshold-crossing and Deterioration.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.4.6 Setting AIS Insertion Switch Purpose


Use this procedure to set AIS insertion switch for a specified port. For service that should be of good Quality of Service (QoS), when a specific QoS-affecting event (for example, TIM_P) is detected, the T2000 will insert AIS at the port immediately, thus triggering the related protection mechanism and switching the service at this port to a protection port to guarantee the QoS.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set QoS/Set AIS Insert Switch] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select a board in the lower-left pane.

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Enable the AIS insertion switch. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.4.7 Setting UNEQ Insertion Switch Purpose


Use this procedure to set the UNEQ insertion switch for a special port. If the condition is met, UNEQ insertion will occur. After UNEQ is inserted in a port, the service of this port will be interrupted, and none of the alarms of this port but TA_LOS will be detected. You can select whether to monitor the TA_LOS alarm of this port as required.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set QoS/Set UNEQ Insertion Switch] from the Main Menu. Double-click to select a board in the lower-left pane.

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Enable one or two switches as you need. Note: There are two switches for UNEQ insertion: LOS alarm and path not used.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

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11.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters


11.5.1 Creating Performance Threshold Template Purpose
Use this procedure to create performance threshold template. Setting performance thresholds NE by NE is very time-consuming. So the T2000 provides an easy way (creating performance threshold template) to set performance thresholds for NEs.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Performance/Performance Setting/Customize Performance Threshold Template]. Select a template from the Template Name drop-down list.

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Modify the performance thresholds. Click <Save> to save the modification, or click <Save As> and enter a template name to save as a new template.

Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

11.5.2 Setting Performance Threshold Purpose


Use this procedure to set performance thresholds for boards. One or more boards can be set at the same time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Performance/Performance Setting/Set Performance Threshold] from Main Menu.

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Select one or more boards in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Set performance thresholds as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings. If you have created a performance threshold template for the boards. You can click <Open Template> and select the desired template. And click <Open Template> to confirm the selection.

11.5.3 Setting Board Temperature Threshold Purpose


Use this procedure to set board temperature threshold. One or more boards can be set at the same time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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The advanced menu has been started.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Maintenance/Board Temperature Threshold] from the Main Menu. Select one or more boards in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the board temperature threshold. Set temperature performance thresholds as you need.

Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

11.5.4 Setting Performance Monitoring Object Purpose


The T2000 monitors the performance of all units, and the auto-report is disabled by default. Use this procedure to change the default settings as you need.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Performance/Performance Setting/Set Performance Monitoring Object]. Select one or more units in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Set the monitor status, 15 minute auto-report and 24 hour auto-report attributes as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

11.5.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Start/Stop Status Purpose


Use this procedure to start or stop performance monitoring of NEs.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Performance/Performance Setting/Set Performance Monitoring Start/Stop Status] from Main Menu. Select one or more NEs in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Select one or more NEs, set 15-minute and 24-hour performance monitor parameters as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

11.5.6 Setting Non-Periodic Automatic Report of Performance Event Purpose


Use this procedure to set non-period automatic report switch for performance event.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Performance/Performance Setting/Set Non-Period Automatic Report of Performance Event] from Main Menu. Select one or more NEs in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button.

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Set the Auto Report Status attributes as you need. Click <Apply> to confirm the settings.

11.5.7 Resetting NE Performance Register Purpose


Use this procedure to reset NE performance register. After network test or fault recovery, you need to reset performance register to enter the new performance monitoring period.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system operator or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Performance/Reset NE Performance Register]. Select one or more operation objects in the lower-left pane and click the double-right-arrow button. Reset the registers as you need. Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

11.5.8 Setting Performance Dump Conditions Purpose


Use this procedure to set performance dump conditions. To avoid the performance data overflowing or being damaged, you need to dump performance data in time. You can dump the performance data manually. And you can set the performance dump condition. The T2000 will dump the performance data as you need. There are two methods for auto dumping the performance data: Dumping when Overflow, Dumping in schedule. You can select one method or both of them. The setting method is similar to that of alarm dump.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Performance/Performance Dump].

Fill in the Maximum Storage Capacity, Dump Number and Capacity Alarm Threshold for the Dumping when Overflow method. Set Dump Periodically or not to Yes. Set Dump Interval and Time Limit for the Dumping in schedule. Note: The storage capacity refers to the maximum number of records that can be kept in the T2000 database. The dump number refers to the number of performance records to be dumped at a time. The capacity alarm threshold refers to a number of records, when the records in the T2000 database exceed this number, an alarm occurs and the T2000 executes dumping operation. The time limit refers to a period, when the T2000 executes dumping operation, only those records occurred earlier than this period will be dumped. There are several types of performance that can be set: 15-minute performance, 24-hour performance, performance value threshold-crossing, etc.

Click <OK> to confirm the settings.

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Synchronization and Data Management

This chapter introduces the operations of synchronization and data management. The following tasks are described: Synchronizing NE Time Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database Managing NE Database

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12.1 Synchronizing NE Time


Refer to11.1 Synchronizing NE Time.

12.2 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE


Purpose
Use this procedure to synchronize the current alarm between the NE and the T2000. Alarm synchronization will verify the alarms in T2000 database and the alarms in NEs first, and then load the inconsistent alarm from NEs and overwrite the alarms in T2000 database so as to keep alarms consistent between T2000 database and NEs. Alarm synchronization can execute automatically under certain conditions and manually.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
1. Synchronize alarms in multiple NEs Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Alarm/Synchronize Alarms] from the Main Menu. Select one or more NEs to be synchronized. Click <Synchronize Alarms>.

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Right-click the NE and select [Synchronize Current Alarm].

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12.3 Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database


12.3.1 Immediately Backing up T2000 Database Purpose
Use this procedure to back up T2000 database immediately and manually. This task ensures T2000 NM system to recover safely and quickly when system faults occur, but it can not recover configuration data when updating system.

Prerequisites

Super NM user: admin. Switch over to single-user mode.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [System/Database Backup/Backup Immediately] from the Main Menu. The T2000 backs up the database immediately and displays the progress.

Note: The database file is backed up in the default directory. For example, it is "/T2000/server/database/dbbackup/mo_20031024174342" on the Unix platform or "C:\T2000\server\database\dbbackup\mo_20031024174342" on the Windows platform.

12.3.2 Enabling Automatical T2000 Database Backup Purpose


Use this procedure to set the backup period for the NM to perform automatic backup. During the operation, you need to back up the T2000 database from time to time. In this way, if the database fails, the loss can be minimized by restoring the saved database.

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Switch over to single-user mode.

Procedure
1. Enable a single scheduled backup Step 1 2 Action Select [System/ Database Backup/Scheduled Backup] from the Main Menu. Set the date for a single backup and the start time as required. By default, the T2000 will back up the NM database at 1:00 a.m. of the set date.

Note: The database file is backed up in the default directory. For example, it is "/T2000/server/database/dbbackup/mo_20031024174342" on the Unix platform or "C:\T2000\server\database\dbbackup\mo_20031024 174342" on the Windows platform.

Click <Apply> to enable the settings.

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Select [System/ Database Backup/Scheduled Backup] from the Main Menu. Set the interval of periodic backup and the start time as required. By default, the T2000 will back up the NM database at 1:00 am of the set date.

Note: The database file is backed up in the default directory. For example, it is "/T2000/server/database/dbbackup/mo_20031024174342" on the Unix platform or "C:\T2000\server\database\dbbackup\mo_20031024 174342" on the Windows platform.

Click <Apply> to enable the settings.

12.3.3 Restoring T2000 Database Purpose


Use this procedure to restore T2000 database from the original T2000 database backup on the Unix platform or Windows platform respectively.

Prerequisites

Back up the T2000 Database completely. Shut down the T2000 server before restoring the database. On the Unix platform, the current user should have the Sybase database write authority. On the Windows platform, the current user should have the system administrator authority.

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Procedure
1. On the Unix platform Step 1 2 3 Action Right-click on the CDE desktop and select [Tools/Terminal] to open a terminal window. In the "/T2000/server/database/mo" directory, delete all old files. Copy the backup data file to be restored to the "/T2000/server/database /mo" directory. Note: To restore the database, the T2000 takes data from the "/T2000/ server/database/mo" directory.

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In the "/T2000/server/database" directory, run "restoremo.sh" to restore the T2000 database. Press any key to continue the restoration.

2. On the Windows platform Step 1 2 3 Action Open the "Resource Browser" of the Windows 2000. In the "C:\T2000\server\database\mo" directory, delete all old files. Copy the backup data file to be restored to the "C:\T2000\server \database\mo" directory. Note: To restore the database, the T2000 takes data from the "C:\T2000\ server\database\mo" directory.

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In the "C:\T2000\server\database" directory, run "restoremo.bat" to restore the T2000 database. Press any key to continue the restoration.

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12.4 Managing NE Database


12.4.1 Checking the Consistency of NE Configuration Data Purpose
Use this procedure to check whether the T2000 configuration data and the NE configuration are consistent. The configuration data in NEs and in the T2000 database is compared in this task and a report of consistency is created. According to the report and actual reliability of configuration data, uploading or downloading configuration data is selected to implement. This task will not change the configuration data in NEs and the T2000 database and it is recommended to run this function periodically to keep the consistency of configuration data in NEs and the T2000 server.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Configuration/Configuration Data Management/Configuration Data Consistency Check]. Or, select [Maintenance/Configuration Data Management/NE Configuration Data Management] from the navigation tree of the Equipment Maintenance Console. 2 3 4 In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one or more NEs to check in the NE Data List. Right-click the NE and select [Consistency Check].

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Click <OK> to confirm the consistency check. Note: If the check result shows the modules with the configuration data inconsistent, you should solve the problem by re-uploading or re-downloading the configuration data as required in practice.

12.4.2 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data


Refer to Section 4.2.1 Uploading/Downloading NE Configuration Data.

12.4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data


Refer to Section 4.3 Duplicating NE Configuration Data.

12.4.4 Initializing NE Configuration Data Purpose


Use this procedure to initialize the NE configuration data in the T2000 database or the NE. The NE initialized in the T2000 will be in unconfigured status.

Prerequisites

For initializing the configuration data in T2000 database, the NM user needs the authority of "system maintainer" or above. For initializing the configuration data in NE, the NE user logged in the T2000 needs the authority of "system level".

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/Configuration Data Management/Configuration Data Consistency Initialization]. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select one or more NEs from the NE data list.

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For initializing the NE configuration data in T2000 database, right-click the NE and select [Initialize NM Data].

For initializing the configuration data in NE, right-click the NE and select [Initialize NE Data].

Click <OK> to confirm the operation.

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12.4.5 Exporting ROME Text Files Periodically Purpose


Use this procedure to automatically export ROME text files periodically. The NE data in the T2000 are exported in ROME text files and stored in the specified directory on the T2000 server. The T2000 can export the ROME text files at a scheduled time, that is, it automatically exports data at a specific time without personal intervention. Only when you want to manage NE data in the ROME database, you need to export the NE data in the T2000. NE data include information about ports, boards, NEs, trails and Ethernet VLANs. Table 12-1lists ROME text files contained in the directory and their usage.
Table 12-1 Files

and usage
Usage Record board information. Record trail information on SDH client layer. Record trail end points information at SDH client layer. Record VC12 trail routes information at SDH client layer. Record VC3 trail routes information at SDH client layer. Record VC4 trail routes information at SDH client layer. Record Ethernet trail information. Record Ethernet trail end points information. Record Ethernet trail routes information. Identification document, generated by the interface module after all interface text files are generated, to identify the interface text files have been exported successfully. Record NE information. Record port information. Record trail information at SDH service layer. Record trail end points information at SDH service layer. Record Ethernet VLANs information. Record Trunk Link trails information. Record Trunk Link trail end points information. Record Trunk Link trail routes information. Record Ethernet VBs information.

File name c_hua_1.txt ct_hua_1.txt cte_hua_1.txt ctr12_hua_1.txt ctr3_hua_1.txt ctr4_hua_1.txt eth_hua_1.txt ethe_hua_1.txt ethr_hua_1.txt extraction_done

ne_hua_1.txt p_hua_1.txt st_hua_1.txt ste_hua_1.txt vlan_hua_1.txt tl_hua_1.txt tle_hua_1.txt tlr_hua_1.txt

vb_hua_1.txt

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Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above. Export NE data in the T2000 only NE data need to be managed through ROME database. To enable this function, remove the "#" out of "# item= name(ROME Text Export) OTID(4) OSTID(2) OID(1) CID(12560)" in the menu.ini file. On the Windows platform, this file is saved at C:\T2000\client\locale\C\imap12\common\profile (suppose the T2000 Client is installed in C:). On the UNIX platform, this file is save at /T2000/client/local/C/imap12/common /profile.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/ROME Text Export] from Main Menu. Select to enable automatic export.

. Set the start time in the Start Task Time.

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Select an appropriate directory to store exported files. The default directory is rome/, You can select a subdirectory from the Operation Directory List as the current directory for storing exported files.

If there is no appropriate subdirectory, you can create a new subdirectory. Click <Create File Directory>, the Input dialog box is displayed. Type a name for the directory.

Note: You can delete a subdirectory here. Select a subdirectory from the Operation Directory List and click <Delete File Directory>. Deleting a directory will delete all files contained in that directory.

Click <Apply> to confirm the operation. Note: You can query exported files. By default, these files are stored in: On the Windows platform, the path is C:\T2000\server\rome. (Suppose the T2000 server has been installed on the C:\) On the UNIX platform, the path is /T2000/server/ script/rome.

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The following tasks are described:

Routine Maintenance

This chapter includes the tasks in the routine maintenance work, which should be done regularly, may be daily, weekly or monthly.

Browsing Alarm Performance Monitoring Browsing Operation Log Checking Switching Status Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database Equipment Data Collection Automatic Disabling of NE Function

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13.1 Browsing Alarm


Before browsing alarm, the alarm parameters either can be the default values, or can be configured (refer to 11.2 Setting Network Wide Alarm Attributes).

13.1.1 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE


Refer to 12.2 Synchronizing Current Alarms from NE.

13.1.2 Browsing Network-Wide Current Alarms


1. Browsing Network-Wide Current Alarms for Selected Severity

Purpose
Use this procedure to browse current alarms for just one particular severity network-wide.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Click one of the three alarm shortcut buttons: critical alarm, major alarm or minor alarm . All the current alarms for the selected severity are displayed.

2 3 4

Click <Query> to refresh the display. Click to select one alarm, then the alarm details and the alarm causes are displayed in the panes below. After reading it, click <Confirm>. When the alarms are finished, it will automatically become the history alarm.

Click <Save as> to save the result into a file at selected path of the client computer.

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2. Browsing Network-Wide Current Alarms for All Severities

Purpose
Use this procedure to browse NEs current alarms for all severities.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Browse Alarm] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Then the current alarms of selected NEs for all severities are displayed.

Click to select the alarm display conditions: If Display Latest Reported Alarms is selected, other conditions will be disabled. Occurring Time: Click End Time: Click to select the date and time.

to select the date and time.

Select the Alarm Status: Acknowledged and Not Ended, Not Acknowledged and Ended, Not Acknowledged and Not Ended. The display changes according to the choice of conditions. 4 Click <Save as> to save the result into a file at selected path of the client computer.

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13.1.3 Browsing Current Alarms and Abnormal Event


1. Browsing Current Alarms

Purpose
Use this procedure to browse current alarms of the selected NE only.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Double-click the NE in the Main Topology. The NE panel is displayed. 2 Click <Functions> and select [Browse Current Alarms]. The current alarms for all severities are displayed.

3 4 5

Click <Query> to refresh the display. Click to select one alarm, then the alarm details and the alarm causes are displayed in the panes below. After reading it, click <Confirm>. When the alarms are ended, it will automatically become the history alarm.

Click <Save as> to save the result into a file at selected path of the client computer.

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Purpose
Use this procedure to browse abnormal events of selected NEs within a selected period of time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Alarm/Browse Alarm] from the Main Menu. Select Browse Abnormal Events tab. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click to select the occurring time. The display refreshes according to the choice.

Click <Save As> to save the result into a file at selected path of the client computer.

13.1.4 Browsing History Alarms Purpose


Use this procedure to browse history alarms of selected NEs within a selected period of time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Browse Alarm] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NEs and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Then the current alarms of selected NEs for all severities are displayed. 3 Click to select History Alarms and click <OK> in the prompt dialog box. Then the history alarms of selected NEs for all severities are displayed. 4 5 Click <Query> to refresh the display. Click to select the alarm display conditions: Occurring Time: Click Ending Time: Click to select the date and time. to select the date and time.

The display changes according to the choice of conditions. 6 Click <Save as> to save the result into a file at selected path of the client computer.

13.1.5 Browsing Alarm Statistics and Output Report Purpose


Use this procedure to browse the number of alarms within a specific period of time, so that you can master the overall status of the entire network within this period of time.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Alarm/Alarm Statistics] from the Main Menu.

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Click <Query> to update the result. Click <Save as>. Select the path to save the file and the file name. Click <OK>.

The alarm statistics report is saved in the directory.

13.1.6 Turning off Alarm Indicator on Alarm Box Purpose


Use this procedure to turn off the alarm indicator on the alarm box for the selected severity, and turn off the alarm sound.

Prerequisite

Super NM user: admin. The alarm box has been enabled.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarm Box] from the Main Menu. Select the alarm severity that needs to be turned off the indicator.

Click <Apply>. An information dialog box is displayed to remind you to restart the client.

4 5 6

Click <OK>. Click <Mute Alarm Sound> to stop the alarm sound. Exit the client and start the client again. Then the selected alarm indicators are turned off and the alarm sound is stopped.

13.1.7 Clearing Alarms Purpose


Use this procedure to clear alarm indicator on the NE rack after getting the alarm notification, or to clear the alarm record in the T2000.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Alarm/Clear Alarm] from the Main Menu. Select the appropriate NEs. Click <Clear Rack Alarm Indicator> to stop the sound and optical indicators on the NE racks. Click <Clear Current NE Alarms> to clear the selected NEs alarms record in the T2000. If the alarms have not finished, they will be reported again.

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13.2 Performance Monitoring


Before performance monitoring, the PM parameters should be set. Refer to 9.5 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters.

13.2.1 Browsing Current Performance Data Purpose


Use this procedure to browse current performance monitoring data of selected boards or ports. The current performance data include:

15-minute current performance 24-hour current performance

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor and above. The service has been configured. The performance monitoring parameters have been set.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Performance/ Performance Browse/15-minute Current Performance] from the Main Menu. Click the Current Performance Data tab. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE, board, and port. Click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select the Performance Event Type. The number of performance event types may be different with the type of selected board and port in the left pane. The display of the data will change according to these selections.

Click <Query> to refresh the data from the NEs and the boards.

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13 Routine Maintenance If you want to browse the 24-Hour current performance, you can just change the Monitor Period to 24-Hour and repeat steps 2-4 to select the display conditions.

13.2.2 Browsing PM Threshold-crossing Record Purpose


Use this procedure to browse the PM threshold-crossing record. The record includes:

15-minute PM threshold-crossing record 24-hour PM threshold-crossing record

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor and above. The service has been configured. The performance monitoring parameters have been set.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Performance/ Performance Browse/ Performance Threshold-crossing Record] from the Main Menu. The Performance Threshold-crossing Record tab is displayed. 2 3 4 In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate boards or ports. Click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select the Monitor Period. Select the Performance Event Type. The number of performance event types may be different with the type of selected board and port in the left pane. Select the Time range. Select the current status of the record. Click <Query> to refresh the data from the T2000.

5 6 7

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13.2.3 Browsing History Performance Data Purpose


Use this procedure to browse history PM data of selected boards or ports. The history performance data include:

15-minute history performance 24-hour history performance

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor and above. The service has been configured. The performance monitoring parameters have been set.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [Performance/ Performance Browse/15-minute history performance] from the Main Menu. Click the History Performance Data tab. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate boards or ports. Click the double-right-arrow button (red). Select the Time range. Select the Performance Event Type. The number of performance event may be different with the type of selected board and port in the left pane. Select the Display Mode. The Analyze Graph can be selected only when the object is just one port.

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Select Query from the NE or Query from the NM. Click <Query>. The display of the data changes according to the selections above.

If you want to browse 24-hour history PM data, you can just change the Monitor Period to 24-Hour and repeat steps 2-6 to select the display conditions.

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13.3 Browsing Operation Log


Purpose
Use this procedure to browse the operation log in which all types of operations on all clients, to all objects, by all users and in any period of time are recorded. It is a very important function to ensure the security of the T2000.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of System Monitor and above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [System/Log Browse] from the Main Menu. Click to select the browse conditions: Operation Use, Record Type, Danger Severity, and Range Selection.

Select the object choice at the upper right area. If you select the Select All Objects, skip steps 4-5 and go to step 6 directly. If you select the Select From the Object Tree, go to the next step.

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Click to select the appropriate objects in the Select Object in Log Browser dialog box.

Click <Query> to obtain the data according to the browse data.

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13.4 Checking Switching Status


13.4.1 Checking Line Protection Switching Purpose
Use this procedure to check the switching status of optical line protection.

Prerequisite

A line protection has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Optical Line Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the object optical NE and subrack NE from the object tree and click the double-right-arrow button (red). All OLP path protection pairs are listed in OLP path protection pair list.

4 5

Some parameters in the OLP path protection pair list can be modified. Click <Apply> to confirm the modification. Click <Query> to query the switching status of subrack NE.

13.4.2 Checking Wavelength Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to check the switching status of wavelength protection.

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Prerequisite

A wavelength protection group has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Wavelength Protection Group] from the Main Menu. Select the object optical NE and subrack NE from the object tree and click the double-right-arrow button (red). The created protection group and path status are listed on the right.

3 4

Click <Query> to query the switching status of subrack NE and the protection path status. Click <Modify> to modify some parameters of the wavelength protection group.

13.4.3 Checking 1+1 Channel Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to check the switching status of 1+1 optical channel protection.

Prerequisite

1+1 optical channel protection has been created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/1+1 Optical Channel Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the object optical NE and subrack NE from the object tree and click the double-right-arrow button (red). The created 1+1 optical channel protection information is listed on the right.

3 4

Click <Query> to query the switching status of 1+1 optical channel protection. Click <Modify> to modify some parameters of 1+1 optical channel protection.

13.4.4 Checking 1:N Channel Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to check the switching status of 1:N optical channel protection.

Prerequisite

1:N optical channel protection has been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Select [View/Protection View] from the Main Menu. Select [Protection Subnet/Protection Subnet Maintenance] in the Protection View. Select 1:N optical channel protection in the list on the left, and the corresponding maintenance information is displayed on the right. Select Protection Subnet Maintenance tab. Click <Query> to refresh the maintenance information of the 1:N optical channel protection.

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Check the information under the Protocol Controller, the DPC_1 Switching Status and the DPC_2 Switching Status.

Select Protection Subnet Parameters tab in the Protection Subnet Attributes view to modify parameters of 1:N optical channel protection subnet. Click <Apply> to confirm the modification.

13.4.5 Checking Clock Transparent Transmission Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to check the switching status of clock transparent transmission protection.

Prerequisite

The clock transparent transmission protection has been created.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Clock Transparent Transmission Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the object optical NE and subrack NE from the object tree and click the double-right-arrow button (red). The created clock transparent transmission protection information is listed on the right.

3 4

Click <Query> to check the switching status of clock transparent transmission protection group. Click <Modify> to modify some parameters of the clock protection group.

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13.5 Synchronization
Refer to the related section of Chapter 12 Synchronization and Data Management.

13.6 Backing up and Restoring T2000 Database


Refer to the related section of Chapter 12 Synchronization and Data Management.

13.7 Equipment Data Collection


Purpose
When the equipment fails, please collect the equipment data at once. So the situation of the equipment will be saved and it is useful for the fault analysis. The equipment data include:

Configuration data Equipment protection Equipment maintenance Alarm Performance Security

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Select [Maintenance/Equipment Data Collection] from the Main Menu.

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Click <Start>. The two bars will respectively display the progress of the current NE data collection and the entire data collection. And the results will be saved in "T2000\server\nemml\dcdatfiles".

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13.8 Automatic Disabling of NE Function


Purpose
Loopback and laser shutdown are useful NE maintenance functions. But after loopback or when the optical line is recovered, the loopback and laser shutdown should be canceled just in time. Otherwise, the service can be interrupted. Use this procedure to set automatically disable these NE functions in five minutes as default. The auto disabling time can be modified. These NE functions include:

Tributary loopback Optical/Electrical port loopback Cross connection loopback Automatic laser shutdown Manual laser shutdown

Prerequisites

The advanced menu has been started. NM user with the authority of system maintainer or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/Automatic Disabling of NE Function] from the Main Menu. In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate NE and click the double-right-arrow button (red). If loopback or laser shutdown are enabled, these functions will be displayed.

3 4

Keep the default status of Auto Disabling unchanged and modify the value of Auto Disabling Time. Click <Apply>.

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The following tasks are described:

Fault Maintenance

This chapter introduces basic operations of fault maintenance.

Checking Optical Power Setting OTU Loopback Performing Protection Switching

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Fault Diagnosis Wizard Hard Resetting and Soft Resetting Unit Resetting NE Software Remote Maintenance Modifying Overhead Byte

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14.1 Checking Optical Power


Refer to 9.2 Optical Power Management.

14.2 Setting OTU Loopback


Purpose
Use this procedure to configure the loopback of optical transponder unit (OTU) during fault diagnosis. OTU loopback includes outloop, inloop and cross loopback. Outloop: Loop a received signal directly back to its corresponding output port without altering the signal structure. It can be used to test the fiber line and connectors. OTU supports outloop function.
Category Outloop at client side of OTU Diagram
Outloop OTU

Client side

WDM side

Outloop at WDM side of OTU

OTU Outloop Client side WDM side

Inloop: Loop the processed signal to be output back to the input end. It can be used to test the flow direction of the signal in the system. OTU supports inloop function.
Category Inloop at client side of OTU Diagram

Inloop OTU

Client side

WDM side

Inloop at WDM side of OTU

OTU Client side

Inloop

WDM side

Cross loopback: Broadcast the optical signal received at client side to optical transmitting modules at both client side and WDM side, see 1 in Figure 14-1. Or Huawei Technologies Proprietary 14-3

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broadcast the optical signal received at WDM side to optical transmitting modules at both WDM side and client side, see2 in Figure 14-1.
Optical transmitting module Optical receiving module

Optical receiving module Optical transmitting module

1 1 B

Client side
Figure 14-1 Cross loopback diagram

OTU

WDM side

LWM and LWX boards support cross loopback.

Caution: As loopback will interrupt service, it is only used for fault locating and must be cleared after the fault is removed.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system operator" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Maintenance/Loopback/OTU Loopback] from the Main Menu. Select "By Function". In the lower-left pane, select the appropriate OTU (for example, LWF) and click the double-right-arrow button (red). Click <Query> to query the loopback status.

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Select one OTU. Double-click loopback parameter to select Inloop or Outloop.

Note: If you select the LWM or LWX board, the Cross Loopback can be select from the pull-down menu.

Click <Apply>. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed and indicates operation succeeded. Click <Close>.

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14.3 Performing Protection Switching


14.3.1 Performing Line Protection Switching Purpose
Use this procedure to perform line protection switching or lock the switching status manually during test and fault diagnosis.

Caution: Forced switching may interrupt the service.

Prerequisites

The line protection has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Optical Line Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the NE and subrack NE to be tested from the object tree and click double-right-arrow button (red).

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Select an OLP path protection pair, right click the Switching Status and select [Forced Switching to Protection] or other switching operations. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed showing the switching is achieved.

Click <Query> to refresh the OLP Path Protection Pair, and then find that the Active Channel of the test object becomes Standby Channel, and its status changes from Normal to Forced Switching.

14.3.2 Performing Wavelength Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to perform wavelength protection switching or lock the switching status manually during test and fault diagnosis.

Caution: Forced switching may interrupt the service.

Prerequisites

The wavelength protection group has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

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Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Wavelength Protection Group] from the Main Menu. Select the NE and subrack NE to be tested from the object tree and click double-right-arrow button (red). Select a wavelength protection group from the list. Right click the wavelength protection group and select [Forced Switching to Protection Channel] or other switching operations. The Confirm dialog box is displayed. Click <OK> to confirm it. The dialog box Operation Result is displayed to show the switching is successful.

Click <Query> to check the switching status.

14.3.3 Performing 1+1 Channel Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to perform 1+1 optical channel protection switching or lock the switching status manually during test and fault diagnosis.

Caution: Forced switching may interrupt the service.

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Prerequisites

The 1+1 optical channel protection has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. Supported by the OptiX Metro 6100.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/1+1 Optical Channel Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the NE and subrack NE to be tested from the object tree and click double-right-arrow button (red). Select an optical channel protection group from the list. Right click the protection group, select [Forced Switching] or other switching operations.

Click <Query> to refresh the channel protection group, and the switching status of the test object becomes Forced Switching.

14.3.4 Performing 1:N Channel Protection Switching


Refer to 10.4.3 Switching 1:N Optical Channel Protection Status.

14.3.5 Performing Clock Transparent Transmission Protection Switching Purpose


Use this procedure to perform clock transparent transmission protection switching during test and fault diagnosis.

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Caution: Forced switching may interrupt the service.

Prerequisites

The clock transparent transmission protection has been created. NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. Supported by the OptiX BWS 1600G.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Select [Configuration/DWDM Configuration/Clock Transparent Transmission Protection] from the Main Menu. Select the NE and subrack NE to be tested from the object tree and click double-right-arrow button (red). Select a clock protection group from the list. Right click the protection group and select [Forced Switching to Working Channel] or other switching operations.

Click <Query> to refresh the clock protection group, and the switching status of the test object becomes Forced Switching and the active path is Working Path.

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14.4 Fault Diagnosis Wizard


14.4.1 Set Fault Diagnosis Rules Purpose
Use this procedure to set such information as alarm cause, diagnosis method and processing method. This function helps the network maintenance engineer accumulate and share maintenance experiences to improve the troubleshooting efficiency. The system provides the common fault diagnosis rule.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Alarm/Set Alarms/Set Fault Diagnosis Rules] from the Main Menu. If you want to view the diagnosis rules, right-click Fault Diagnosis Rules and select Refresh Rules. Click the rule to view it. If you want to add rules, right-click Fault Diagnosis Rules and select Add Rules. Select the alarm name of the rules in the Create Fault Diagnosis Rules dialog box and click <OK>. Right-click the rule newly created and selects Add Steps. Enter contents of the rule in the Create Diagnosis Steps dialog box and click <OK>. Click <Apply>.

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If you want to add steps of one rule, right-click the rule and select Add Steps. Enter contents of the rule in the Create Diagnosis Steps dialog box and click <OK>. Click <Apply>. If you want to modify the steps of one rule, right-click the rule and select Modify. Modify the rule in the Modify Diagnosis Steps dialog box and click <OK>. Click <Apply>. If you want to delete the rules, right-click the rule to be deleted and select Delete Rules. Click <Apply>. If you want to delete the steps, right-click the step to be deleted and select Delete. Click <Apply>.

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14.4.2 Fault Diagnosis Wizard Purpose


The fault diagnosis function of the T2000 is in an open mode, and the system has preset the diagnosis rule for some common alarms, like R_LOS, TU_AIS, HP_TIM, and B1_EXC. In routine maintenance, the network administrator selects a fault alarm that needs to be diagnosed, starts "Fault Diagnosis" wizard, locates and removes the fault by following the fault diagnosis rule step by step. If there is no fault diagnosis rule available for the selected alarm, a prompt that the wizard cannot be started is given. If the fault diagnosis wizard was used, the previous handling method is first prompted. You can click <Diagnose Again> to continue the search for fault cause.

Prerequisites

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above. Fault diagnosis rules have been created.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [Alarm/Browse Alarms] from the Main Menu. Right-click the alarm from alarm list and select [Fault Diagnosis]. The Fault Diagnosis dialog box is displayed. Select the most possible fault cause according to the actual situation. If you are not sure of the fault cause, it is recommended to select the first fault cause. Click <Next>. The wizard gives the corresponding diagnosis method. Follow the diagnosis method to locate the fault. If successful, click <Next> to remove the fault according to the suggestions in the handling method.

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If fault localization fails, click <Back> to reselect cause until you locate the fault successfully or you have tried all the causes. Click <Finish> or <Cancel> to exit the fault diagnosis wizard.

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14.5 Hard Resetting and Soft Resetting Unit


Purpose
When a fault occurs to the unit, you can execute the hard resetting or soft resetting to reset the unit. After resetting, the data on the unit will not be lost. But resetting unit will probably interrupt the service on the unit. Hard resetting will take more time than soft resetting.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/Reset Board] from the Main Menu. Select the unit from the unit list and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Select the units and click <Hardware Reset> or <Software Reset>. The Confirm dialog box is displayed. Click <OK> to reset the unit.

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14.6 Resetting NE Software


Purpose
The NE software of OptiX NE is stored in the control & communication unit. You can reset the NE software by software/hardware resetting the control & communication unit.

Prerequisite

NM user with the authority of "system maintainer" or above.

Procedure
Step 1 2 Action Select [Maintenance/Reset Board] from the Main Menu. Select the control & communication unit from unit list and click the double-right-arrow button (red).

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Select the unit and click <Hardware Reset> or <Software Reset>. The Confirm dialog box is displayed. Click <OK> to reset the unit.

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14.7 Remote Maintenance


Purpose
Use RAS to realize the remote maintenance. RAS-based remote maintenance is shown in Figure 14-2. In this solution, the T2000 server and T2000 client implement transparent access of a gateway NE by means of agency forward software RAS.
gateway NE Modem Modem

PSTN or Internet

TCP/IP

T2000 client and server, Navigator (Remote)

RAS or Navigator Agent (Local)

Figure 14-2 RAS-based remote maintenance

Prerequisites

Super NM user: admin. T2000 works normally. Connection between remote maintenance terminal and T2000 server has been established.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 Action Select [System/NM Security Management/Remote Maintenance User Management] from the Main Menu. Enable the remote maintenance and set the attributes of the remote user. Click <Set Password> to set the password of remote user. On the remote computer, start the T2000 remote maintenance terminal. Execute the startup command of the program, for example, \T2000\cmdclient\t2000client.bat. Enter the user name, password and the IP address of the server to log in the T2000 server. Note: Note that the port number 9801 cannot be changed or omitted.

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After successful login, the object selection list box displays the NEs managed by the T2000 server (the gateway NEs of all subnets are listed by default). Click the gateway NE to expand the subnet where it is located and double-click the NE you want to log in. Enter the command in the input column (this tool supports all the host commands for the maintained equipment), and click <Send> to send the command to the NE. After completing the remote maintenance, select [Remote Maintenance Report/Create] to create a remote maintenance report. The remote maintenance report is saved in the directory "T2000\server\nemml\rm" of the T2000 server.

14.8 Modifying Overhead Byte


Refer to 9.3 DWDM Overhead Byte Management.

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A.1 Obtaining License
Purpose

Obtaining and Installing License

Use this procedure to apply for license for the computer of the T2000 server. The license file is not sent to the user with the T2000 installation software. It is applied by the Huawei technical support engineer according to the MAC address of users computer and the contract number. When users change computers of the T2000 server or add a new server computer of T2000, they need to feed back the related information to Huawei engineer to apply for the license file.

Prerequisite

Before browse the MAC address on the Unix platform, switch the Unix user to the super user: root.

Procedure
Step 1 Action Get the contract number in the documents of the project. The contract number has 14 numbers with the same regulation, for example: 123456(the post code) 010811(the date) 10(number of the contract)

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If the computer of the T2000 server is on Windows 2000 platform, please refer to steps 2-4 to browse the MAC address of the computer. If the computer of the T2000 server is on Unix platform, please refer to steps 5-8 to browse the MAC address of the computer. In the Windows screen, click <Start>, and select [Programs\Accessories\Command Prompt].

In the Command Prompt window, enter: ipconfig /all. The display is just like below:

Browse the MAC address in the display, for example: The 00-50-BA-19-58-35 is the MAC address of the computer.

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In the Unix platform, open a Terminal. Enter: su root And enter the password of the root, for example: rootkit (the default is rootkit)

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Enter: ifconfig a. The display is just like below:

Browse the MAC address in the display, for example: The 8:0:20:a1:7:c7 is the MAC address of the computer.

Send the contract number and the MAC address to the engineer of Huawei technical support of local office. The engineer will apply for the license file and send it to the user.

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A.2 Installing License


Purpose
Use this procedure to install the license file on the computer of the T2000 server. The License controls the management capability and functions of the T2000. Without a license file, the T2000 can be started, but the functions are limited. As one step of the installation procedure, the installation of license file has been described in the OptiX iManager T2000 Installation Manual.

Note: The License can take effect only when the Server program is restarted after the License installation.

Prerequisite

None.

Procedure
Step 1 2 3 4 Action Exit all the T2000 client software. Exit the T2000 server software. On the computer of the T2000 server, copy the authorized License file to the directory of /T2000/server/. Restart the T2000 server software. Then the license can take effect.

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Table A-1A Table A-1B Abbreviations

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Abbreviation AIS ALC APE ATM BIOS CDE DCC DCN DWDM ECC FEC ID ITU-T OAMS ONE OSNR OTDR RAS SDH SMTP SONET Explanation Alarm Indication Signal Automatic Level Control Automatic Optical Power Equalization Asynchronous Transfer Mode Basic Input/Output System Common Desktop Environment Data Communication Channel Data Communication Network Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing Embedded Control Channel Forward Error Correction IDentification/IDentity International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector

Abbreviations

Optical fiber line Automatic Monitoring System Optical Network Element Optical Signal to Noise Ratio Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer Remote Access Server Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Synchronous Optical Network

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Table A-1A Table A-1B Abbreviations

Synchronization Status Message Transport Control Protocol Tributary Unit Wide Area Network Wavelength Division Multiplexing

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