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BEFORE YOU BEGIN


Read through this manual set carefully and familiarize yourself with the FLASHWAVE
4570 equipment before configuring, installing, turning up, performing operation and
maintenance of, and troubleshooting the equipment.
Keep the manual set at hand so that you can refer to it at any time.
Observe the notices and instructions provided in this manual set for your proper and
safety installation, use and maintenance of the equipment.

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Important Notice on Product Safety


Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment.
Some of the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures. Systems with
forced ventilation have rotating items.
Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal
injury or in property damage.
The system complies with the standard EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. All equipment
connected has to comply with the applicable safety standards.
Mount the systems in areas with restricted access only. Only trained and qualified
personnel may install, operate, and maintain the systems.

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BEFORE YOU BEGIN.....................................................................................................................i
Important Notice on Product Safety ............................................................................................... ii
CHAPTER 1 Preface ............................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.4
1.5

Intended Users............................................................................................................ 1-2


Structure of This Document ........................................................................................ 1-2
Symbols and Conventions .......................................................................................... 1-2
Symbols for Warnings................................................................................................. 1-3
Conventions Used....................................................................................................... 1-3
History of Changes ..................................................................................................... 1-3
Prerequisites ............................................................................................................... 1-4

CHAPTER 2 Getting Started ................................................................................................... 2-1


2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.3.7

Working with the GUI .................................................................................................. 2-2


Using the Mouse ......................................................................................................... 2-2
Using the Keyboard .................................................................................................... 2-2
Connecting to NE via FLEXR L .................................................................................. 2-3
Graphical User Interface............................................................................................. 2-4
Main Window .............................................................................................................. 2-5
Main Window Menu .................................................................................................... 2-5
Chassis View .............................................................................................................. 2-6
Chassis Main Menu .................................................................................................... 2-7
Context Menus.......................................................................................................... 2-13
Alarm Area ................................................................................................................ 2-19
General Function Buttons ......................................................................................... 2-20

CHAPTER 3 External Interfaces ............................................................................................. 3-1


3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2

Configuring MDI/MDO................................................................................................. 3-2


Configuring MDI .......................................................................................................... 3-2
Configuring MDO ........................................................................................................ 3-2
Configuring EOW ........................................................................................................ 3-3
EOW OHCC Management.......................................................................................... 3-3
EOW Phone Number Management ............................................................................ 3-4

CHAPTER 4 Operation Tasks ................................................................................................. 4-1


4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
4.3
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Configuring SDH Performance ................................................................................... 4-3
Configuring Ethernet Performance ............................................................................. 4-6
Configuring Ethernet VLAN Performance................................................................... 4-9
Configuring PDH Performance ................................................................................. 4-10
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Performance ...................................................... 4-14
Cross Connection Configuration and Management.................................................. 4-17
Creating Cross Connection....................................................................................... 4-17
Viewing Current Cross Connection........................................................................... 4-17
Modifying Current Cross Connection........................................................................ 4-18
Creating a Batch of Sub-Network Cross Protections................................................ 4-19
Deleting an Existing Cross Connection .................................................................... 4-20
Configuring NE Recorder Settings............................................................................ 4-20
Configuring a Batch of Cross Connections............................................................... 4-20
Terminal Point Configuration and Management ....................................................... 4-21
Viewing Current TP Configuration ............................................................................ 4-21

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4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
4.5.10
4.5.11
4.5.12
4.5.13
4.5.14
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.6.7
4.6.8
4.6.9
4.6.10

Modifying Current TP Configuration.......................................................................... 4-21


Viewing Current TP Multiplexing Structure ............................................................... 4-22
Modifying Current TP Multiplexing Structure ............................................................ 4-22
Protection Management ............................................................................................ 4-23
CC 1 + 1 Protection Management............................................................................. 4-23
Multiplex Section Protection Management ............................................................... 4-24
MS-SPRing Management ......................................................................................... 4-26
Equipment Protection Group Management .............................................................. 4-31
Ethernet Management............................................................................................... 4-32
Configuring Transparent Ethernet Service................................................................ 4-32
Configuring Layer 2 Ethernet Service ....................................................................... 4-34
Managing Virtual Concatenation Group.................................................................... 4-34
Managing VLAN ........................................................................................................ 4-35
Configuring Bridge Settings ...................................................................................... 4-36
Configuring a Layer 2 LAN Port ................................................................................ 4-37
Configuring WAN Port............................................................................................... 4-39
Managing Link Aggregation Group ........................................................................... 4-40
Managing GARP VLAN Registration Protocol .......................................................... 4-41
Configuring Static MAC Address .............................................................................. 4-42
Configuring Static Multicast ...................................................................................... 4-43
Configuring Access Control List................................................................................ 4-43
Managing Internet Group Management Protocol Snooping ..................................... 4-44
Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol ........................................................... 4-45
Resilient Packet Ring Management.......................................................................... 4-46
Configuring RPR WAN Port Properties..................................................................... 4-47
Creating an RPR Ring............................................................................................... 4-47
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Station ................................................................ 4-47
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Cross Ports ........................................................ 4-49
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Service ............................................................... 4-49
Managing Resilient Packet Ring Service .................................................................. 4-51
Configuring the Resilient Packet Ring Client Port .................................................... 4-51
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring ACL .................................................................... 4-52
Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Static Multicast ................................................... 4-53
Viewing Resilient Packet Ring Topology Table ........................................................ 4-53

CHAPTER 5 Maintenance Tasks ............................................................................................ 5-1


5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11

Test Management ....................................................................................................... 5-2


Testing AIS/RDI Insertion ........................................................................................... 5-2
Testing Loopback........................................................................................................ 5-2
PRBS Test Management ............................................................................................ 5-3
LED Test ..................................................................................................................... 5-3
Fault Management ...................................................................................................... 5-4
Viewing Active Alarms................................................................................................. 5-4
Viewing Alarms History ............................................................................................... 5-5
Viewing Events............................................................................................................ 5-6
Configuring the Storage Policy of the Event Log ........................................................ 5-6
Configuring Alarm Rule Switch ................................................................................... 5-6
Configuring AIS/RDI Alarm ......................................................................................... 5-7
Inhibiting Alarms.......................................................................................................... 5-7
Changing the Severity of Alarms ................................................................................ 5-8
Modifying Alarm Persistent Time ................................................................................ 5-8
Configuring Alarm Out................................................................................................. 5-8
Configuring Audio Alarm ............................................................................................. 5-9

CHAPTER 6 Administration Tasks .......................................................................................... 6-1


6.1
6.1.1

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Data Communication Network Management .............................................................. 6-2


Configuring NE IP and Ethernet IP ............................................................................. 6-3

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6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
6.4.9

Configuring NE Trap Destination ................................................................................ 6-3


Configuring DCC Mode Based on Port....................................................................... 6-4
Configuring MP Bundle ............................................................................................... 6-5
Configuring E1 DCC ................................................................................................... 6-5
Configuring OSPF....................................................................................................... 6-6
Configuring OSI Tunnel .............................................................................................. 6-9
Configuring GRE Tunnel........................................................................................... 6-10
Configuring IP Route................................................................................................. 6-11
Configuration Management ...................................................................................... 6-12
Rebooting/Shutting Down NE ................................................................................... 6-12
Rebooting Cards ....................................................................................................... 6-13
Configuring NE/Card/Port Property .......................................................................... 6-13
Configuring NE Time................................................................................................. 6-16
Synchronizing NE/Card ............................................................................................ 6-16
Managing Synchronization ....................................................................................... 6-17
Monitoring Resource................................................................................................. 6-20
Software Management.............................................................................................. 6-20
Managing NE Software............................................................................................. 6-20
Managing NE Management Information Base.......................................................... 6-21
Security Management ............................................................................................... 6-22
Managing NE User.................................................................................................... 6-22
Changing Password.................................................................................................. 6-24
Requesting Write Access.......................................................................................... 6-24
Releasing Write Access ............................................................................................ 6-24
Viewing Writing Access Information ......................................................................... 6-25
Setting Write Access Timeout................................................................................... 6-25
Configuring Security Settings ................................................................................... 6-25
Uploading NE Security Log File................................................................................ 6-26
Managing Operation Log .......................................................................................... 6-26

CHAPTER 7 Abbreviations...................................................................................................... 7-1

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List of Figures
Figure 2-1
Figure 2-2
Figure 2-3
Figure 2-4
Figure 2-5
Figure 6-1

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LCT Main Window ................................................................................................. 2-5


Main Window Menu............................................................................................... 2-5
Chassis View ......................................................................................................... 2-7
Chassis Main Menu............................................................................................... 2-7
Alarm Area........................................................................................................... 2-19
DCN Structure ....................................................................................................... 6-2

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Table 1-1
Table 1-2
Table 1-3
Table 2-1
Table 2-2
Table 2-3
Table 2-4
Table 2-5
Table 2-6
Table 2-7
Table 2-8
Table 2-9
Table 2-10
Table 2-11
Table 2-12
Table 2-13
Table 4-1
Table 4-2
Table 4-3
Table 4-4
Table 4-5

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Structure of the Document .................................................................................... 1-2


List of Used Conventions ...................................................................................... 1-3
Document History.................................................................................................. 1-3
Standard Keyboard Operations ............................................................................ 2-3
Main Window Menu Items..................................................................................... 2-6
Chassis Main Menu Items..................................................................................... 2-8
Chassis View Context Menu Items ..................................................................... 2-14
General Card Context Menu Items ..................................................................... 2-15
HOCC Card Context Menu Items ....................................................................... 2-15
LOCC Card Context Menu Items ........................................................................ 2-16
8 x GE/T Card and 1 x 10 GE/T Card Context Menu Items................................ 2-16
6 x GE + 4 x FEGE/A Card Context Menu Item.................................................. 2-17
2 x GE + 12 x FE/RPR Card Context Menu Items.............................................. 2-18
Fan Unit Context Menu Items ............................................................................. 2-19
Filler Card Context Menu Item ............................................................................ 2-19
General Function Buttons ................................................................................... 2-20
SDH PM Management Functions ......................................................................... 4-4
Ethernet PM Management Functions ................................................................... 4-6
PDH PM Management Functions ....................................................................... 4-11
Maximum Bit Error Ratio for B3 .......................................................................... 4-22
MS-SPRing Property Description........................................................................ 4-28

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CHAPTER 1

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This chapter provides an introduction and overview of this Operating Manual (OMN).

1.1

Intended Users
This guide is intended for personnel/network managers responsible for operating,
maintaining and administrating the FLASHWAVE 4570 system. This guide assumes the
reader understands basic networking concepts and has a strong working knowledge of
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) systems. Basic computer knowledge such as using a
mouse and the basic Windows functions is also required.

1.2

Structure of This Document


This document is composed of the following main chapters:
Chapter

Title

Subject

Chapter 1

Preface

An introduction and overview of this manual.

Chapter 2

Getting started

This chapter describes how to use and


configure the external interfaces of a
FLASHWAVE 4570 system.

Chapter 3

External interfaces

This chapter describes the tasks within the


scope of operating a FLASHWAVE 4570
system.

Chapter 4

Operating tasks

This chapter describes the tasks within the


scope of maintaining a FLASHWAVE 4570
system.

Chapter 5

Maintenance tasks

This chapter describes the tasks within the


scope of maintaining a FLASHWAVE 4570
system.

Chapter 6

Administration tasks

This chapter describes the tasks within the


scope of administrating a FLASHWAVE 4570
system.

Chapter 7

Abbreviation

Provides a list of the abbreviations used in


this manual.

Table 1-1

1.3

Structure of the Document

Symbols and Conventions


The following symbols and conventions are used in this document:

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Symbols for Warnings

Danger
This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in bodily harm.

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Warning

This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in damage to the equipment.

!
Caution

This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in service interruption.

!
1.3.2

Conventions Used
Representation

Meaning

Inverted commas

Window or wizard titles are represented in inverted commas.


Example: Open the Help and Support Center window. The New
Connection wizard is displayed.

Bold

Any field or text in the GUI is represented in bold type. Example:


Click Shutdown and then click OK to turn off the computer.

Italic

Variables and file extensions are represented in italic. Example:


Enter 192.168.0.1 in the IP address field. Click OK to produce
a .pdf rendition.

Courier

Commands, screen output, file names and paths are represented


in courier.
Example: # ping -t 192.168.0.1

<Angle brackets>

Used for keyboard actions or place holders for concrete names or


values are represented in <angle brackets>. If used for a filename
the courier font must be used also.
Example: The naming convention for the log files is
<NEname>.txt, where <NEName> is the name of the NE
sending the messages. Press <CTRL>+<ALT><DEL> to open the
task manager.

>

Used for menu sequences.


Example: Click File > Print... to print the document.

Table 1-2

1.4

List of Used Conventions

History of Changes
Issue

Issue date

Remarks

August 2008

Initial version.

Table 1-3

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Prerequisites
In order to use this manual properly, the following prerequisites must be fulfilled.
User requirements
To work with a FLASHWAVE 4570 system the user requires the following knowledge:

Optical system, SDH system, protocols, and specific FLASHWAVE 4570 functions as
described in the Technical Description (TED).

Using a mouse or keyboard and the basic Windows functions.

System requirements
The FLASHWAVE 4570 must be commissioned:

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The hardware is installed (racks, shelves and cards) and cabled according to the
Installation and Test Manual (ITMN).

The NEs are commissioned according to the Commissioning Manual (COMN).

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This chapter provides basic information to start working with the Local Craft Terminal (LCT).
It also describes how to establish a connection to the Network Element (NE).

2.1

Working with the GUI


This sub-chapter provides general operating information for the Graphical User Interface
(GUI), which is Microsoft Windows and English language input based.

2.1.1

Using the Mouse


Both the left and the right mouse button are used when working with the GUI. The left mouse
button may be used for the following actions:
Select a function using the features available in a window (buttons, selection menus etc.)
Select a menu item
Select a toolbar button
Confirm an action (e.g., Apply)
Double-click an item in a list to open the corresponding window
The right mouse button may be used to select a specific object in a window, and open the
corresponding context menu.
Many operations can only be invoked via context menus. The context menu displays a
selection of menu items which are relevant for the selected object in the given situation.
The available menus, context menus, and menu items depend on the users access rights.
The unavailable context menus or menu items appear dimmed.

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Unless the text states otherwise, always use the left mouse button for clicking and
double-clicking.

Using the Keyboard


Since the user interface is driven by context menus it is not advised to operate without a
mouse. Therefore, this manual refers to mouse control, i.e., it is presumed that the user
usually works with a mouse.
However, it is possible to use the keyboard to open the main menu or execute the toolbar
items. Hold down the <Alt> key and press the underlined letters to open the corresponding
menu or execute the toolbar item. After opening a menu, select the underlined letter for the
desired menu item or use the arrow keys to navigate through the menus/submenus.
It is also possible to use the keyboard to perform the standard operations. Table 2-1
describes a selection of standard keyboard operations that are supported.

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Keyboard operation

Action

Ctrl + Space bar

Displays context menu in the main window.

Ctrl + F6

Navigates among the open windows in the LCT.


Pressing Ctrl + F6 switches from the active window
to the next background window.

Space bar

Switches the setting of the check box, activates the


focused button, enables the radio button, or
activates toolbar button.

Keyboard operation

Action

Enter, Return

Activates the default button (does not require


keyboard focus).

Escape

Activates the Cancel button (does not require


keyboard focus).

F10 or Alt

Moves focus to menu bar and posts first menu.

Shift + F10

Opens the context menu for the selected object.

Table 2-1

2.2

Standard Keyboard Operations

Connecting to NE via FLEXR L


This sub-chapter provides the procedures to establish a connection to an NE and start the
LCT.
This procedure provides the necessary steps to establish a connection based on Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) version 3.
The Data Communication Network (DCN) must be commissioned and working, and the
Personal Computer (PC)/customer must have connectivity with the DCN.
To establish connection based to an NE via Telecommunication Network Management
System (TNMS) Craft Terminal (CT) LCT mode, complete the following steps:
1

On the Windows taskbar select the Start > Programs > FLEXR L menu item to start the
FLEXR L.
The main FLEXR L window and the Login window are opened.

Login to FLEXR L and click the DCN Mgm button on the main toolbar.
The DCN Management window is opened.

In the list of DCN Objects, right-click the FLEXR L Server tree and select the Add
menu item.
The Add DCN Channel window is opened.

Select SNMP from the list and click OK.


The SNMP - Properties window is opened.

In the General tab, enter an ID Name for a new DCN channel (e.g., SNMP) and click
OK.
The new SNMP icon representing the DCN channel is displayed under the FLEXR L
Server icon.

Right-click the SNMP icon and select the Add menu item.
The Add Network Element window is opened.

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Select Universal Snmpv3 NEC from the list and then click OK.
The Universal Snmpv3 NEC - Properties window is opened.

Click the GCT User tab and configure the following settings in the Maintenance User
area, Operation User area, Configuration User area, or Administration User area:
Privacy:
Select AES_128 from the drop-down list.
Authentication:
Select MD5 from the drop-down list.
User Name:
Enter the user name.
Password:
Enter the password for the user name.
If no settings are configured in the GCT User tab, the default user is Administrator. If a
class other than Administration User is used to log in, please make sure that this user
account is enabled. For more information on enabling a user, please refer to the
Chapter 6.4.1 Managing NE user.
Click OK to confirm the settings.

Click the SNMP tab and enter the following settings:


IP Address:
Enter the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the NE.
User Name:
Enter a string as the user name of the LCT. The
default user name is Administrator.
Password:
Enter the password of the LCT. The default password
is NSN!e2eNet4u.
Telegram Timeout [sec]:
Enter an integer. The default value is 20 seconds.
Telegram Retries:
Enter an integer. The default value is 3 times.
Polling Interval [min]:
Enter an integer to indicate the polling interval. The
default value is 5 minutes.
Click OK to confirm the settings and return to the DCN Management window.

10 Select the check boxes for the FLEXR L Server, SNMP channel, and Universal
Snmpv3 NEC (all in the same tree).
Right-click the Universal Snmpv3 NEC list item and select the Activate/Deactivate
menu item from the context menu.
Please make sure the newly added NE is activated and running properly.
11 Double-click the Universal Snmpv3 NEC or right-click it and select Start Element
Manager.
The LCT is opened.
The connection to the NE is established.

2.3

Graphical User Interface


The FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT enables the user to perform a wide variety of operation,
administration, and maintenance tasks with the FLASHWAVE 4570 system.
The LCT GUI offers the following main elements described in the following sub-chapters.
The set of functions available for each operator depends on the user group of the login
account, which is defined by an administrator.

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Main Window
Once a connection is established with the NE, the Main window is displayed as the root
screen to access all other windows. Figure 2-1 provides an overview of the Main window.

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2.3.2

LCT Main Window

Main Window Menu


Figure 2-2 displays the LCT Main window menu. By clicking one of these menu items, the
specific drop-down menu opens.

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Table 2-2 provides a detailed description of the Main window menu entries.
Menu item

Description

System
Connect/Disconnect

Connects and disconnects the LCT with the NE.

Operation Log

Opens the Operation Log window to view the


operation information of the current user account on
the LCT.

Audio Alarm Config

Opens the Audio Alarm Configuration window to


configure the audio alarm.

Exit

Logs out and closes the LCT application.

Lock Screen

Locks the screen and opens the Lock Screen


window. The user should input the right password
to unlock the screen.

Lock Screen Config

Opens the Lock Screen Configuration window to


modify the settings of locking the screen.

Active Alarm

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms

History Alarm

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


history alarms

Events

Opens the Events window to view the events


about the operation

<NE window name>

Displays an NE window that is already opened in


the Main window.

Minimize All

Minimizes all the open windows.

Maximize All

Maximizes all the open windows.

Help

Opens the introduction page of the Online Help


window together with the contents panel.

About

Opens the About window for displaying the LCT


information.

Security

Fault

Windows

Help

Table 2-2

2.3.3

Main Window Menu Items

Chassis View
The Chassis View window displays a graphical replica of the shelf and card inventory of the
NE. The Chassis View window provides access to the detailed information and
configuration windows associated with the different components in the graphical replica
(Figure 2-3).

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Chassis View

Chassis Main Menu


Figure 2-4 displays the chassis main menu. By clicking one of these menu items, the specific
drop-down menu opens

Figure 2-4

Chassis Main Menu

Table 2-3 provides a detailed description of the chassis main menu entries.

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Menu item

Description

Extension Shelf Configuration


Extension Shelf
Configuration

Opens the Extension Shelf Configuration window


to add or delete the extension shelf to the main
shelf and check all extension shelf information.
(This feature is not available in this release.)

Configuration
NE
NE Property
Configuration

Opens the NE Properties Configuration window to


view and set the NE properties.

Synchronize NE

Opens the Synchronization NE window to


synchronize the NE data.

Warm Reboot NE

Warm reboots the NE within the LCT system.

Cold Reboot NE

Cold reboots the NE. This causes traffic loss.

Shut down NE

Shuts down the NE.

TP Configuration

Opens the TP Configuration window to view and


set the Terminal Point (TP) properties.

TP Multiplexing Structure

Opens the TP Multiplexing Structure window to


view and set the TP mapping structures.

Cross-Connection
Management

Opens the Cross-Connection Management


window to view and set the Cross Connections
(CC).

LO SNCP Extend
Parameters

Opens the LO SNCP Extend Parameters Setting


window to view and set the parameters of Low
Order (LO) Sub-Network Connection Protection
(SNCP) parameters.

Synchronization
Management

Opens the Synchronization Management window


to view and set the time references.

EPG Management

Opens the Equipment Protection Group


Management window to view and set the
Equipment Protection Group (EPG).

CC 1+1 Protection
HOCC 1+1
Protection

Opens the HOCC 1 + 1 Protection window to set


the High Order Cross Connection (HOCC)
protection.

LOCC 1+1 Protection

Opens the LOCC 1 + 1 Protection window to set


the Low Order Cross Connection (LOCC)
protection.

LOCC Capacity
Management

Opens the LOCC Capacity Management window


to set and manage the capacity mode of the LOCC
protection.

MSP Management
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Opens the MSP Management window to view and


set Multiplex Section Protection (MSP).

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Description

MS-SPRing Management

Opens the MS-SPRing Management window to


view and set Multiplex Section-Shared Protection
Ring (MS-SPRing).

NE MIB Management

Opens the MIB Management window to view and


set the NE Management Information Base (MIB).

NE Software Management

Opens the Software Management window to view


and set the NE software.

NE Time Setting

Opens the NE Time Setting window to set the NE


time.

NE Trap Destination
Configuration

Opens the Trap Destination window to view and


select the LCT IP addresses.

Alarm Out Configuration

Opens the Alarm Out Configuration window to set


the alarm output.

EOW OHCC Management

Opens the EOW OHCC Management window to


view and set Engineering Order Wire (EOW) Over
Head Cross Connection (OHCC).

EOW Phone Number


Management

Opens the EOW Phone Number Management


window to set the EOW phone number.

MDI/MDO Configuration

Opens the MDI/MDO Configuration window to


view and set the Miscellaneous Discrete Input
(MDI)/Miscellaneous Discrete Output (MDO) alarm
report.

NE Resource Usage
Statistics

Opens the Resource Usage Statistics window to


view the usage of the cards and ports.

NE Recorder Settings

Turns the recorder for Cross Connection


configuration on/off.

Batch Crossconnect Tool

To batch configure Cross Connection using the


script created by the recorder or directly using a
specific syntax.

Refresh Chassis

Displays the latest state of the NE.

NE Security
NE User Management

Opens the User Administration window to view


and set the user accounts.

Change Password

Opens the Change Password window to change


the password of the current user account.

Request Write Access

Sends a request to the administrator for NE write


access authority.

Release Write Access

Release the NE write access authority for other


users to request.

Write Access Information

Opens the Write Access Information window to


view the current writing information.

Write Access TimeOut


Setting

Opens the Write Access TimeOut Setting window


to set the NE write access time out.

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Description

Upload Security Log

Opens the Upload Security Log window to save


the NE security log from the MIB to the LCT PC.

Change NE IP

Opens the Change NE IP window to view and set


the NE IP address.

Change Ethernet IP

Opens the Change Ethernet IP window to view


and set the Ethernet information.

DCC Management

Opens the DCC Management window to view and


set the Data Communication Channel (DCC).

MP Bundle Configuration

Opens the MP Bundle Configuration window to


view and set the Multi-link PPP (MP) bundles. PPP
is the abbreviation of Point-to-Point Protocol.

Embedded E1 DCC
Configuration

Opens the Embedded E1 DCC Configuration


window to view and set the E1 DCC channels.

OSI Tunnel

Opens the OSI Tunnel Configuration window to


view the Open System Interconnection (OSI)
tunnels.

GRE Tunnel

Opens the GRE Tunnel Configuration window to


view the Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
tunnels.

IP Over IP Configuration

Opens the IP Over IP Configuration window to


view and set the Data Communication Network
(DCN) based on IP over IP.

DCN

OSPF

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OSPF General

Opens the OSPF General window to view the


basic information about Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF).

OSPF Areas

Opens the OSPF Areas window to view and set


the area information about OSPF.

OSPF Interfaces

Opens the OSPF Interface window to view the


OSPF interfaces.

OSPF IF Metrics

Opens the OSPF Interface Metric window to view


the metrics to be advertised for a specified interface.

OSPF Neighbors

Opens the OSPF Neighbor window to view the


neighbors in the same area of the subject router.

OSPF Area
Aggregates

Opens the OSPF Area Aggregate window to view


and set the OSPF area aggregates.

OSPF LSDB

Opens the OSPF LSDB window to view the OSPF


Link-State DataBase (LSDB) information.

OSPF External
LSDB

Opens the OSPF External LSDB window to view


the OSPF external LSDB information.

OSPF Routing Table

Opens the OSPF Routing Table window to view


the routing information.

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Description

IP Route Configuration
IP Static Route

Opens the IP Static Route and Gateway window to


view and set the IP static routes.

RPR
RPR Service Configuration

Opens the RPR Service Management window to


view and configure the Resilient Packet Ring (RPR)
service.

RPR Service Management

Opens the RPR Service Management window to


manage the RPR service.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


history alarms.

Events

Opens the Events window to view the events


about the operation.

Alarm Rule Switch


Configuration

Opens the Alarm Rule Switch Configuration


window to enable or disable the corresponding
monitoring switch.

AIS/RDI Alarm Configuration

Opens the AIS/RDI Alarm Enabled Configuration


window to set the Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) and
Remote Defect Indication (RDI) alarms.

Alarm Inhibit Configuration

Opens the Alarm Inhibition Configuration window


to set the options about alarm inhibition.

Alarm Type List


Management

Opens the Alarm Type List Management window


to set the alarm severity.

Alarm Persistent Time


Configuration

Opens the Alarm Persistent Time Configuration


window to set the alarm persistent time.

Event Log Configuration

Opens the Event Log Configuration window to


configure the settings of the log policy.

Fault

Performance
Current SDH Performance

Opens the Current SDH Performance window to


view and set the current SDH performance
monitoring properties.

History SDH Performance

Opens the History SDH Performance window to


view and set the historical SDH performance
monitoring properties.

SDH Unavailable Periods

Opens the SDH Unavailable Periods window to


view and set the SDH unavailable periods
monitoring properties.

Current Ethernet Statistics

Opens the Current Ethernet Statistics window to


view and set the current Ethernet performance
monitoring properties.

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History Ethernet
Performance

Opens the History Ethernet Statistics window to


view and set the historical Ethernet performance.

1 s Ethernet Threshold

Opens the Ethernet Performance Threshold


window to view and set the 1 s Ethernet threshold.

Current Ethernet VLAN


Statistics

Opens the Current Ethernet VLAN Statistics


window to view and set the current Virtual Local
Area Network (VLAN) performance monitoring
options.

History Ethernet VLAN


Statistics

Opens the History Ethernet VLAN Statistics


window to view and set the historical VLAN
performance.

5 Second Ethernet
Performance

Opens the 5 Second Ethernet Performance


window to view and set the Ethernet performance
for 5 second periods.

5 Second Ethernet VLAN


Performance

Opens the 5 Second Ethernet VLAN Performance


window to view and set the VLAN performance for 5
second periods.

Current E1 Bit Slip


Performance

Opens the Current E1 Bit Slip Performance


window to view and set the current E1 bit slip
performance.

History E1 Bit Slip


Performance

Opens the History E1 Bit Slip Performance


window to view and set the historical E1 bit slip
performance.

Current PDH CRC


Performance

Opens the Current PDH CRC Performance


window to view and set the current Plesiochronous
Digital Hierarchy (PDH) Cyclic Redundancy Code
(CRC) performance.

History PDH CRC


Performance

Opens the History PDH CRC Performance window


to view and set the historical PDH CRC
performance.

PDH CRC Unavailable


Periods

Opens the PDH CRC Unavailable Periods window


to view and set the unavailable periods of PDH
CRC performance.

Current RPR Span


Performance

Opens the Current RPR Span Performance


window to view and set the current RPR span
performance.

History RPR Span


Performance

Opens the History RPR Span Performance


window to view and set the historical RPR span
performance

Current RPR MAC Client


Performance

Opens the Current RPR MAC Client Performance


window to view and set the current RPR Media
Access Control (MAC) client performance.

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History RPR MAC Client
Performance

Description
Opens the History RPR MAC Client Performance
window to view and set the history RPR MAC client
performance.

Maintenance
AIS/RDI Insertion Test
Management

Opens the AIS/RDI Insertion Test Management


window to perform the AIS/RDI insertion tests.

Loopback Test
Management

Opens the Loopback Test Management window to


perform the loop back tests.

PRBS Test Management

Opens the PRBS Test Management window to


view and manage the Pseudo Random Bit
Sequence (PRBS) test.

LED Test

Opens the LED Test window to perform the Light


Emitting Diode (LED) tests.

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Chassis Main Menu Items (Cont.)

Context Menus
By right-clicking a certain component of the chassis, the specific context menu opens.
There are nine kinds of the context menus which are:

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High Order Cross Connection card context menu
Low Order Cross Connection card context menu
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12 x GE + 12 x FE/RPR context menu
Fan unit context menu
Filler card context menu

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Table 2-4 provides a detailed description of the general card context menu entries.
Menu items

Description

Refresh Chassis

Refreshes the chassis view of the NE.

NE Properties Configuration

Opens the NE Properties Configuration window to


view and set the NE properties.

Synchronize NE

Opens the Synchronize NE window to select the


items to be synchronized.

Change NE IP

Opens the Configure NE IP window to set the new IP


address.

Change Ethernet IP

Opens the Configure Ethernet IP window to set the


new IP address and the new sub-network mask
address.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the current


alarms regarding to the NE.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the history


alarms regarding to the NE.

Events

Opens the Events window to view and search the


events items.

Table 2-4

Chassis View Context Menu Items

General Card Context Menu


By right-clicking the following cards, a specific context menu opens.

Controller cards

the System Controller (SC) card

the System Interface with Engineering Order Wire card (SI-E) card

the System Interface (SI) card


SDH cards

the 2 x STM-64 card

the 8 x STM-16 card

the 8 x STM-4/1 card

the 8 x STM-1E card


PDH cards

the 126 x E1 /R card

the 12 x E3/DS3 card


Input/Output cards

the 8 x STM-1 E IO card

the 63 x E1 IO card

the 12 x E3/DS3 IO card


Optical Amplifier (OA) cards

the Pre-Optical Amplifier (POA) card (20 dB)

the Booster Optical Amplifier (BOA) card (13 dBm)

the BOA card (15 dBm)

the BOA card (18 dBm)

Table 2-5 provides a detailed description of the general card context menu entries.

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Description

Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window


to view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms regarding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


alarm history for the respective card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the active card within the LCT


system.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset


will cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

Table 2-5

General Card Context Menu Items

High Order Cross Connection Card Context Menu


Table 2-6 provides a detailed description of the HOCC card context menu entries.
Menu item

Description

Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window


to view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

CC 1 + 1 Protection
HOCC 1+1 Protection
Cross-Connection Management

Opens the Cross-Connection Management


window to view and set the cross connections.

Synchronization Management

Opens the Synchronization Management window


to view and set the time references.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms corresponding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


history alarms corresponding to the card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the active card within the LCT


system.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset


will cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

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the HOCC protection.

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Low Order Cross Connection Card Context Menu


Table 2-7 provides a detailed description of the LOCC card context menu entries.
Menu item

Description

Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window


to view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

LOCC 1 + 1 Protection

Opens the LOCC 1 + 1 Protection window to set


the LOCC protection.

Cross-Connection Management

Opens the Cross-Connection Management


window to view and set the cross connections.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms corresponding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


alarm history for the respective card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the active card within the LCT


system.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset


will cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

Table 2-7

LOCC Card Context Menu Items

8 x GE/T Card and 1 x 10 GE/T Card Context Menu


Table 2-8 provides a detailed description of the 8 x GE/T card and the 1 x 10 GE/T card
context menu entries.
Menu item
Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window


to view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

LAN Ports Property Configuration

Opens the LAN Port Selection window to select


the Local Area Network (LAN) ports.

Virtual Concatenation Group


Management

Opens the Virtual Concatenation Group


Management window to view the Virtual
Concatenation Groups (VCG).

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms corresponding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the


alarm history for the respective card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the software on the active card.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset


will cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

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Table 2-9 provides a detailed description of the 6 x GE + 4 x FEGE/A card context menu
entries.
Menu item

Description

Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window to


view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

Bridge Configuration

Opens the Bridge Configuration window to view and


set the bridges.

LAN Ports Property


Configuration

Opens the LAN Port Selection window to select the


LAN ports.

WAN Ports Property


Configuration

Opens the WAN Port Selection window to set the


Wide Area Network (WAN) ports.

Link Aggregation Group


Management

Opens the Link Aggregation Group Configuration


window to set the link aggregation groups.

Virtual Concatenation Group


Management

Opens the Virtual Concatenation Group Management


window to view the VCG.

VLAN Management

Opens the VLAN Management window to view and


set VLAN properties.

GVRP Management

Opens the GVRP Management window to view and


set the GARP (Generic Attribute Registration Protocol)
VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP).

Static MAC Address


Configuration

Opens the Static MAC Address Configuration window


to view and set the static MAC addresses.

ACL Configuration

Opens the ACL Configuration window to view and set


the Access Control List (ACL).

Static Multicast Configuration

Opens the Static Multicast Configuration window to


view and set the static multicast.

IGMP Snooping

Opens the IGMP Snooping window to view and set


the dynamic multicast status.

MSTP Configuration
CIST Configuration

Opens the CIST Configuration window to set the


Common and Internal Spanning Tree (CIST).

MST Region Configuration

Opens the MST Region Configuration window to set


the Multiple Spanning Tree (MST).

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the current


alarms corresponding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the alarm


history for the respective card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the active card within the LCT system.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset will
cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

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Table 2-10 provides a detailed description of the 2 x GE + 12 x FE/RPR card context menu
entries.
Menu item
Card Properties Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window to


view and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system


database.

RPR Client Ports Property


Configuration

Opens the RPR Client Port Config window to


configure the RPR LAN port.

RPR WAN Ports Property


Configuration

Opens the RPR WAN Port Config window to set the


bandwidth of the WAN ports.

RPR ACL Configuration

Opens the RPR ACL Configuration" window to view,


create, and modify the RPR ACL settings.

RPR Cross Ports Configuration

Opens the RPR Cross Ports Configuration window


to view and modify the configuration of crossing port
of RPR card.

RPR Static Multicast


Configuration

Opens the Static Multicast Configuration window to


view and set the static multicast information.

RPR Station Configuration

Opens the RPR Station Configuration window to


view and set the RPR station settings.

RPR Topology Information

Opens the RPR Topo Table window to view the


topological information of the RPR ports.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view the


current alarms corresponding to the card.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view the alarm


history for the respective card.

Warm Reboot Card

Warm reboots the active card within the LCT system.

Cold Reboot Card

Cold reboots the active card. This type of card reset


will cause traffic loss on the card.

Delete Card

Deletes the absent card from the LCT system.

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Fan Unit Context Menu


Table 2-11 provides a detailed description of the general card context menu entries.
Menu items

Description

Card Properties
Configuration

Opens the Card Properties Configuration window to view


and set the card properties.

Synchronize Card

Synchronizes the card data with the NE system database.

Active Alarms

Opens the Active Alarms window to view and search the


current alarms corresponding to the fan unit.

History Alarms

Opens the History Alarms window to view and search the


alarm history for the respective fan unit.

Table 2-11

Fan Unit Context Menu Items

Filler Card Context Menu


Table 2-12 provides a detailed description of the filler card context menu entry.
Menu item
Synchronize Card

Table 2-12

2.3.6

Description
Synchronizes the card data with the NE system database if
the system does not automatically recognize the card after
insertion on the NE.

Filler Card Context Menu Item

Alarm Area
The alarm area is displayed along the bottom of the Main window (Figure 2-5). All the active
alarms are collected and the numbers of the alarms are listed by severity and category. By
clicking the certain alarm area, the corresponding alarm window opens.
The alarm area can be used to verify and analyze any kind of errors or previous actions
performed in the current session with the NE.

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General Function Buttons


By clicking one of the function buttons in the windows, a specific operation can be done.
Table 2-13 provides a detailed description of the general function buttons.
Function button
Add

To add new settings.

Apply

To confirm all the configuration changes mode.

Cancel

To close the window without saving any configuration


changes.

Close

To close the window without saving any configuration


changes.

Create

To create new settings.

Delete

To delete the current settings.

Detail

To view the detailed information of the specific


component.

Edit

To modify the settings of a specific component.

Help

To launch the Online Help system.

Modify

To modify the settings of a specific component.

OK

To confirm all the configuration changes and close the


window.

Print

To print the information of a specific component.

Query

To obtain the latest information of a specific


component.

Refresh

To obtain the latest information of a specific


component.

Set

To configure a specific component.

View

To view the detailed information of a specific


component.

Table 2-13

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This chapter provides an overview of non-optical external interfaces of an NE. It also


describes how these interfaces can be used and configured via the LCT.

3.1

Configuring MDI/MDO
The MDI/MDO interfaces are located on the SI and SI-E card.
The MDI/MDO provides the following signals:

8 x MDI: Usually configured to activate upon the occurrence of particular events at the
site, e.g., fire alarm, over-temperature alarm, door-open alarm, etc.
8 x MDO: Normally employed to provide remote control of various devices at the site.

The MDI/MDO are connected via an Ethernet cable to the RJ 45 connectors on the SI or SIE card. The other end of the cable is ready for wire-wrapped connections for the devices to
be monitored/controlled by the MDI/MDO to the proper connector pins.
For detailed information of pin designation of MDI/MDO connectors and cables, please refer
to the FLASHWAVE 4570 Interconnect, Configuration and Mechanical Assembly (ICMA).

3.1.1

Configuring MDI
The MDI interfaces are used to trigger an alarm notification. The normal contact state of the
MDI (Enabled or Disabled) is configured via the LCT.
To configure the MDI, complete the following steps:
1

2
3

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MDI/MDO Configuration menu
item.
The MDI/MDO Configuration window is opened.
Click the MDI tab at the top of the window to switch to the MDI configuration.
For each MDI interface, operate as follows, and click Apply to confirm the settings:
Label:

Enter the MDI identification.

Status:
4

Select the desired MDI status, Enabled/Disabled, from the


dropdown list.
Click OK to complete the MDI settings.

The MDI interfaces are now configured.

3.1.2

Configuring MDO
The normal contact state of the MDO (Enabled or Disabled) is configured via the LCT. The
MDO interfaces are also individually enabled or disabled remotely via the LCT to control
whatever devices are connected to them.
To configure the MDO, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MDI/MDO Configuration menu
item.
The MDI/MDO Configuration window is opened.

Click the MDO tab at the top of the window to switch to the MDO configuration.

Select the desired MDO from the MDO drop-down list, MDO1 to MDO8.

For each MDO interface, operate as follows, and click Apply to confirm the settings:

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Status:

Select the MDO status, Enabled/Disabled, from the dropdown list, as required.

Already Associated
Alarm List:

Select the corresponding alarms from the list and


move them to disassociated the alarms.

Unassociated Alarm List: Select the corresponding alarms from the list and move
them to associate the alarms.
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Click OK to complete the MDO settings.

The MDO interfaces are now configured.

3.2

Configuring EOW
The EOW interface enables telephone conferences between network elements using a
handset.
The EOW is connected via an Ethernet cable to the RJ 45 connector on the SI-E card. The
other end of the cable is ready for wire-wrapped connection to the special phone. This allows
EOW calls in inter-connected ring and meshed networks.

3.2.1

EOW OHCC Management


Creating a New EOW Channel
To create a new EOW channel, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EOW OHCC Management menu
item.
The EOW OHCC Management window is opened.

Click Create to open the EOW Channel Management window.

Configure the following settings and click OK to close the EOW Channel Management
window:

Source:

Select the source of the channel from the drop-down list of


32 E1 channels, 32 E2 channels, 2 F1 channels, and
desired SDH channels.

Destination:

Select the destination of the channel from the drop-down list


of the desired SDH channels.

In the EOW OHCC Management window, select an item and configure the following
settings:
Interface Mode:

Select the check box to block the EOW channel.

Ring Manage:

Select the check box to enable the function which prevents


the EOW channel from forming a ring.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
A new EOW channel has now been created.
Deleting an EOW Channel
To delete an EOW channel, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EOW OHCC Management menu
item.
The EOW OHCC Management window is opened.

In the EOW OHCC Management window, select the EOW channel to be deleted from
the list and click Delete.

Click Yes in the Confirmation window.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to complete the deletion.

The EOW channel is now deleted.

3.2.2

EOW Phone Number Management


To set the EOW phone number, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EOW Phone Number
Management menu item.
The EOW Phone Number Management window is opened.

In the Phone Number text box, enter the desired EOW phone number.
The telephone number must be from 111 to 999 and the default number is 111. Before
dialing a telephone number, please press the <#> key first.

Click OK to complete the EOW phone number settings.

The EOW phone number is now configured.

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It is necessary to dial a number and activate the auto ring manager function when the
user sets up an EOW ring. Otherwise, there is always noise in the phone.

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This chapter provides task descriptions and additional information within the scope of
operating the FLASHWAVE 4570 system.

4.1

Performance Management
The following sub-chapters describe performance management tasks.
The Performance Monitoring (PM) and signal quality analysis provide information to detect
and alert a potential problem that could lead to degraded performance before a failure is
declared.
Performance management provides the following monitoring functions for the SDH cards:

PM (processing and reporting) of parameters.


Inquiry of current and historical values of the parameters.
Supervision of parameter thresholds.

For the Ethernet cards, performance management only provides the first two monitoring
functions.
The performance parameters are monitored as follows:

Current and previous values: 15 minute period and 24 hour period


Historical values: maximum 16 records for 15 minute periods, 1 record for 24 hour period

In addition to the performance parameters already mentioned, Ethernet performance also


monitors 5 second performance data.
The monitoring functions are accessed and configured via the LCT.
Performance Monitoring Parameters
Depending on the supported protocols of the transponder, the following performance
monitoring parameters are supported:

SDH: supports the following regenerator section and multiplex section performance
parameters, counted according to G.829:

Background Block Error (BBE)


Consecutive Severely Errored Second (CSES)
Errored Second (ES)
Out of Frame Second (OFS)
Point Justification Count Negative (PJCN)
Point Justification Count Positive (PJCP)
Severely Errored Second (SES)
Unavailable Second (UAS)

No far-end PM parameters are defined for the SDH Regenerator Section.

Ethernet performance monitoring supports the following parameters:

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Received Total Byte


Received Total/Good/Bad/Unicast/Multicast/Broadcast/Fragment Packet
Received Dropped/Undersize/Oversize Good Packet
Receive Good Pause Packet
Received 64 byte/65-127 byte/128-255 byte/256-511 byte/512-1023 byte/10241518 byte Packet
Transmit Total Byte
Transmit Total/Unicast/Multicast/Broadcast Packet

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PDH: supports the following performance parameters of 2 Mbps, 34 Mbps, and 45 Mbps:

ES
SES
BBE
UAS
CSES
Unavailable Period (UAP)

Impact of Other Settings on Performance Management


Besides the specific performance management settings, the following settings must be
considered since they also affect PM:

Operational state: if the operational state of a shelf/card/port is Disabled, all


corresponding 15-minute and 24-hour PM processing is stopped:

the current 15 minutes values are cleared;


the current 24 hours values are not cleared but are frozen;
no action is done on previous or historical data.

After switching the operational state to Enabled the PM processing will re-start
automatically.

4.1.1

NE time: if the internal time of the NE is modified by the Network Time Protocol (NTP) or
manually, the 15 minutes/24 hours periods are adjusted with the new time, i.e., the
length of the period becomes shorter or longer. In case the NE time is changed, the
current 15-minute and 24-hour performance data will always be consistent with each
other.

Deleting an object: if a monitored object is deleted, its complete 15-minute and 24- hour
PM processing is stopped immediately. The corresponding history data files remain in
the database.

Card rebooting: if a card or the system is performing warm reboot or cold reboot, the
performance monitoring registers will be reset to zero. After the reboot, the performance
monitoring will be resumed.

The performance monitoring for a TP can be suspended (called as Non-monitor) or


resumed (called as Monitor). The default mode is Non-monitor.

Configuring SDH Performance


The FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT provides the following SDH PM management functions listed in
Table 4-1.

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Description

Unmonitor / Monitor /
Monitor&Auto Report

Configure the performance monitoring type.

Set All

Apply setting to all records.

Refresh

Refresh the information.

Filter

Filter and display the desired TP(s).

Edit

Edit the selected TP(s) PM parameters.

Reset All

Reset all parameters for all TP(s) listed in the list.

Close

Close the window.

Print

Print and save the PM values.

Help

Launch the Online Help system.

Reset

Reset all parameters for the selected TP by selecting the menu


item from the context menu.

Table 4-1

SDH PM Management Functions

Configuring Current SDH Performance


To configure the current SDH performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current SDH Performance menu
item.
The Current SDH Performance window is opened.

Set the monitor SDH point filter.


1.

Click Filter to open the Monitor SDH Point Filter window.

2.

Click Add to open the Select Terminal Point window.

3.

In the TP Filter area, select the desired NE, card, port, and TP type from the dropdown lists.
All the corresponding TP(s) will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Terminal
Point window.

4.

Select the desired TP(s) from the list and click OK.
Multiple TPs can be select at the same time, and the selected TP(s) will be
highlighted in blue.
The Select Terminal Point window is closed.

5.

In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:


15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:
Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.
In the Location area, configure the following settings as desired:
Near End:

Select this check box to enable the near end location PM


function.

Far End:

Select this check box to enable the far end location PM


function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.

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Configure TP monitoring type.


1.

2.
4

Click OK in the Monitor SDH Point Filter window to finish creating filter settings.
All the current SDH performance information is displayed in the Current SDH
Performance window.
In this window, select the one of the following monitor types:
Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected TP to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to set the selected TP to be monitored.

Monitor&Auto

Select this item to set the selected TP to be monitored. In

Report:

addition, the PM report will be automatically saved into


history SDH performance log.

Click Set All to confirm the settings.

Edit threshold.
1. Select the desired TP(s) from the PM list in the Current SDH Performance window.
Set the TP to Monitor or Monitor&Auto Report from the context menu. Click Yes
in the Confirmation window to confirm the settings.
2.

Select the desired TP(s) again and choose Edit Threshold from the context menu.
All the selected TP(s) must have the same TP type, the same granularity, and same
location.
The SDH Threshold Setting window is opened.

3.

Depending on the selected TP, configure the ES, BBE, SES, and UAS alarm
threshold settings if applicable.

4.

Click OK to confirm the settings and the SDH Threshold Setting window is closed.
The SDH PM thresholds are now configured as desired.

Click Refresh to update the PM information listed in the Current SDH Performance
window.

The current SDH performance settings are now configured as desired.


Viewing Historical SDH Performance
To view the historical SDH performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History SDH Performance menu
item.
The History SDH Performance window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all SDH PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
History SDH Performance window.

Use the Filter settings to identify/find a specific piece of PM data in the list.
For Monitor SDH Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor SDH point filter.
procedure section.
When the Confirmation window opens, click Yes to continue.

The SDH PM data is displayed in the History SDH Performance window according to the
selected filter settings.

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Viewing SDH Unavailable Periods


An Unavailable Period (UAP) is a period of unavailable time beginning at the onset of 10
consecutive SES events. This includes 10 seconds which are a part of unavailable time. A
new period of available time begins at the onset of 10 consecutive non-SES events.
To view the SDH unavailable periods, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > SDH Unavailable Periods menu
item.
The SDH Unavailable Periods window is opened.

In the Selected Port(s) area, click Change to open the Select Terminal Point window.

In the TP filter area, select the desired NE, card, port, and TP type from the dropdown
lists.
All the corresponding TP(s) will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Terminal Point
window.

Select the desired TP from the list and click OK.

In the Location area, select one of the following locations:

Near End:

Click this radio button to set the selected TP location to near end.

Far End:

Click this radio button to set the selected TP location to far end.

Click Query to query the latest PM information.

The selected TP unavailable periods PM information is displayed in the SDH Unavailable


Periods window.

4.1.2

Configuring Ethernet Performance


FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT provides the following Ethernet PM management functions listed in
Table 4-2.
Functions
Unmonitor / Monitor /
Monitor&Auto Report

Configure the performance monitoring type.

Set All

Apply the setting to all records.

Refresh

Refresh the information.

Filter

Filter and display the desired port(s).

Edit

Edit the selected port(s) PM parameters.

Reset All

Reset all parameters for all port(s) listed in the list.

Close

Close the window.

Print

Print the PM values.

Help

Launch the Online Help system.

Reset

Reset all parameters for the selected TP by selecting the menu


item from the context menu.

Table 4-2

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Configuring Current Ethernet Statistics


To configure the current Ethernet statistics, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current Ethernet Statistics
menu item.
The Current Ethernet Statistics window is opened.

In the upper pane, select the desired parameters in the check boxes.
The selected parameters will be added to the PM parameter columns in the lower pane.

Set the monitor Ethernet point filter.


1.

Click Filter to open the Monitor Ethernet Point Filter window.

2.

Click Add to open the Select Port window.

3.

In the Port Filter area, select the desired NE, card, and port from the dropdownlists.
All the corresponding port(s) will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Port
window.

4.

Select the desired port(s) from the list and click OK.
Multiple ports can be selected, and the selected port(s) will be highlighted in blue.
The Select Port window is closed.

5.

In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:


15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:

Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.


6.

Click OK in the Monitor Ethernet Point Filter window to finish setting the filter.

All the current Ethernet statistics information is displayed in the Current Ethernet
Statistics window.
4

Configure port monitoring type.


1.

2.
5

In the this window, select one of the following monitor types:


Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected port to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to set the selected port to be monitored.

Monitor&Auto

Select this item to set the selected port to be monitored. The

Report:

PM report will be automatically saved into Ethernet performance


historylog.

Click Set All to confirm the settings

Click Refresh to update PM list in the Current Ethernet Statistics window.

The current Ethernet statistics settings are configured as desired.


Configuring Ethernet Threshold
To configure the Ethernet threshold, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > 1s Ethernet Threshold menu
item.
The Ethernet Performance Threshold window is opened.

Set the Ethernet threshold filter.

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2.
3.

Click Filter to open the Enable/Disable Ethernet Threshold Filter window.


Click Add to open the Select Port window.
In the Port Filter area, select the desired NE, card, and port from the drop-down
lists.
All the corresponding port(s) will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Port
window.
4. Select the desired port(s) from the list and click OK.
Multiple ports can be selected, and the selected port(s) will be highlighted in blue.
The Select Port window is closed.
5. Click OK in the Enable/Disable Ethernet Threshold Filter window to finish
configuring filter settings.
All the current Ethernet performance threshold information is displayed in the Ethernet
Performance Threshold window.

Select the desired port from the PM list in the Ethernet Performance Threshold window,
and click Edit.
The Edit Ethernet Performance Threshold window is opened.

Click Add to add the desired ports for performance threshold settings if necessary.

Select the desired port(s) from the port list, and configure the alarm threshold settings in
the Bad Packet Rate area.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.


The Confirmation window is opened. Click Yes to continue.

Click Close to close the Edit Ethernet Performance Threshold window.

Click Refresh to update the port list in the Ethernet Performance Threshold window.

The Ethernet PM thresholds are configured as desired.


Viewing Historical Ethernet Performance
To view the historical Ethernet performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History Ethernet Performance
menu item.
The History Ethernet Statistics window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all Ethernet PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
History Ethernet Statistics window.

Use the Filter settings to identify/find a specific piece of PM data in the list.
For Monitor Ethernet Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor Ethernet point filter.
procedure section.
The Confirmation window is opened. Click Yes to continue.

The history Ethernet PM data is displayed in the History Ethernet Performance window
according to the selected filter settings.

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Viewing 5-second Ethernet Performance


To view the 5-second Ethernet performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > 5 Second Ethernet Performance
menu item.
The 5 Second Ethernet Performance window is opened.

Click Enable to open the Select Port window.

In the Port Filter area, select the desired card, LAN/WAN, and port from the dropdown
lists.
All the corresponding port(s) will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Port window.

Select the desired port(s) from the list and click OK.
Up to two ports can be selected from the list.

Click Refresh to query the Ethernet 5-second PM data for the desired port(s).

The Ethernet 5-second PM data is displayed in the 5 Second Ethernet Performance


window according to the selected port(s).

4.1.3

Configuring Ethernet VLAN Performance


Configuring Current Ethernet VLAN Statistics
To configure the current Ethernet VLAN statistics, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current Ethernet VLAN
Statistics menu item.
The Current Ethernet VLAN Statistics window is opened.

Click Enable to open the Enable per VLAN Ethernet PM window.

Click Add to open the Select Port and VLAN window.

In the Port and VLAN Filter area, select the desired card, LAN/WAN, and port from the
drop-down lists and enter an ID in the VLAN ID text box.
Click OK to confirm the settings and close the window.

All the desired port(s) are listed in the Selected Port area in the Enable per VLAN
Ethernet PM window.

In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:


15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:

Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the Enable per VLAN
Ethernet PM window.

If a trunk contains several LAN or WAN ports, the performance information in the
Current Ethernet VLAN Statistics window is only displayed on the first LAN or
WAN port which also includes the performance information of other LAN or WAN
ports.

The current Ethernet VLAN statistics settings are configured as desired.

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Viewing Historical Ethernet VLAN Statistics


To view the historical Ethernet VLAN statistics, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History Ethernet VLAN
Statistics menu item.
The History Ethernet VLAN Statistics window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all Ethernet VLAN PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
History Ethernet VLAN Statistics window.

Click Filter to open the Enable per VLAN Ethernet PM window.


For VLAN Ethernet PM Filter settings, follow step 3 to step 6 in Configuring Current
Ethernet VLAN Statistics procedure section.
The Confirmation window opens. Click Yes to continue.

The historical Ethernet VLAN PM data is displayed in the History Ethernet VLAN Statistics
window according to the selected filter settings.
Viewing 5-second Ethernet VLAN Performance
To view the 5-second Ethernet VLAN performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > 5 Second Ethernet VLAN
Performance menu item.
The 5 Second Ethernet VLAN Performance window is opened.

Click Enable to open the Select Port and VLAN window.

In the Port and VLAN Filter area, select the desired card, LAN/WAN, and port from the
drop-down lists and enter an ID in the VLAN ID text box.
Click OK to confirm the settings and close the window.

Up to two ports can be selected from the list in the 5 Second Ethernet VLAN
Performance window.
Click Refresh to query the Ethernet 5-second PM data for the desired port(s).

The Ethernet 5-second PM data is displayed in the 5 Second Ethernet VLAN Performance
window according to the selected port(s).

4.1.4

Configuring PDH Performance


FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT provides the following PDH PM management functions listed in
Table 4-3.

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Unmonitor / Monitor /
Monitor&Auto Report

Configure the performance monitoring type.

Set All

Apply the setting to all records.

Refresh

Refresh the information.

Filter

Filter and display the desired port(s).

Edit

Edit the selected port(s) PM parameters.

Reset All

Reset all parameters for all port(s) listed in the list.

Close

Close the window.

Print

Print the PM values.

Help

Launch the Online Help system.

Reset

Reset all parameters for the selected ports by selecting the


menu item from the context menu.

Table 4-3

PDH PM Management Functions

Configuring Current E1 Bit Slip Performance


To configure the current E1 bit slip performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current E1 Bit Slip Performance
menu item.
The Current E1 Bit Slip Performance window is opened.

Set the monitor E1 point filter.


1.

Click Filter to open the Monitor E1 Bit Slip Point Filter window.

2.

Click Add to open the Select E1 Port window.

3.

In the Port Filter area, select the desired card from the Card drop-down list. All the
corresponding ports will be listed in the lower pane of the Select E1 Port window.

4.

Select the desired ports from the list and click OK.
Multiple ports can be selected, and the selected ports will be highlighted in blue.
The Select E1 Port window is closed.

5.

In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:


15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:

Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.


6.

Click OK to in the Monitor E1 Bit Slip Point Filter window to finish setting the filter.

All the current E1 bit slip performance information is displayed in the Current E1 Bit Slip
Performance window.
3

Configure port monitoring type.


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Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected port to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to the selected port to be monitored.

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Report:
2.
4

Select this item set the selected port to be monitored. The


PM report will be automatically saved into E1 performance
history log.

Click Set All to confirm the settings.

Edit threshold.
1.

Select the desired ports from the PM list in the Current E1 Bit Slip Performance
window. Set the ports to Monitor or Monitor&Auto Report from the context menu.
Click Yes in the Confirmation window to confirm the settings.

2.

Select the desired ports again and choose Edit Threshold from the context menu.
All the selected ports must have the same granularity and the same location.
The E1 Bit Slip Threshold Setting window is opened.

3.

Depending on the selected ports, configure the positive or negative bit slip alarm
threshold if applicable.

4.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the E1 Bit Slip
Threshold Setting window.
The E1 bit slip PM thresholds are now configured as desired.

Click Refresh to update the PM list in the Current E1 Bit Slip Performance window.

The current E1 bit slip performance settings are now configured as desired.
Viewing Historical E1 Bit Slip Performance
To configure the historical E1 bit slip performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History E1 Bit Slip Performance
menu item.
The History E1 Bit Slip Performance window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all E1 bit slip PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
History E1 Bit Slip Performance window.

Use the Filter settings to identify/find a specific piece of PM data in the list.
For Monitor E1 Bit Slip Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor E1 point filter.
procedure section.
When the Confirmation window opens, click Yes to continue.

The E1 bit slip PM data is displayed in the History E1 Bit Slip Performance window
according to the selected filter settings.
Configuring PDH CRC Performance
To configure the PDH CRC performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current PDH CRC Performance
menu item.
The Current PDH CRC Performance window is opened.

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Click Filter to open the Monitor PDH CRC Point Filter window.

2.

Click Add to open the Select CRC Port window.

3.

In the Port Filter area, select the desired card from the Card drop-down list. All the
corresponding ports will be listed in the lower pane of the Select CRC Port window.

4.

Select the desired ports from the list and click OK.
Multiple ports can be selected, and the selected ports will be highlighted in blue.
The Select CRC Port window is closed.

5.

In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:


15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:
Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.
In the Location area, configure the following settings as desired:
Near End:

Select this check box to enable the near end location PM


function.

Far End:

Select this check box to enable the far end location PM function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.


6.

Click OK to in the Monitor PDH CRC Point Filter window to finish setting the filter.

All the current PDH CRC performance information is displayed in the Current PDH
CRC Performance window.
3

Configure port monitoring type.


1.

2.
4

In this window, select one of the following monitor types:


Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected port to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to the selected port to be monitored.

Monitor&Auto
Report:

Select this item to set the selected port to be monitored.


The PM report will be automatically saved into E1 performance
history log.

Click Set All to confirm the settings.

Edit threshold.
1.

Select the desired ports from the PM list in the Current PDH CRC Performance
window. Set the ports to Monitor or Monitor&Auto Report from the context menu.
Click Yes in the Confirmation window to confirm the settings.

2.

Select the desired ports again and choose Edit Threshold from the context menu.
All the selected ports must have the same granularity and the same location.
The PDH CRC Threshold Setting window is opened.

3.

Depending on the selected ports, configure the ES, BBE, SES, and UAS alarm
threshold if applicable.

4.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the PDH CRC
Threshold Setting window.
The PDH CRC PM thresholds are now configured as desired.

Click Refresh to update the PM list in the Current PDH CRC Performance window.

The current PDH CRC performance settings are now configured as desired.

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Viewing Historical PDH CRC Performance


To configure the historical PDH CRC performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History PDH CRC Performance
menu item.
The History PDH CRC Performance window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all PDH CRC PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
History PDH CRC Performance window.

Use the Filter settings to identify/find a specific piece of PM data in the list.
For Monitor PDH CRC Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor PDH CRC point
filter. procedure section.
When the Confirmation window opens, click Yes to continue.

The PDH CRC PM data is displayed in the History PDH CRC Performance window
according to the selected filter settings.
Viewing PDH CRC Unavailable Periods
To view the PDH CRC unavailable periods, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > PDH CRC Unavailable Periods
menu item.
The PDH CRC Unavailable Periods window is opened.

In the Selected Port(s) area, click Change to open the Select CRC Port window.

In the Port Filter area, select the desired card from the drop-down list.
All the corresponding ports will be listed in the lower pane of the Select CRC Port
window.

Select the desired ports from the list and click OK.

In the Location area, select one of the following locations:

Near End:

Click this radio button to set the selected port location to near end.

Far End:

Click this radio button to set the selected port location to far end.

Click Query to query the latest PM information.

The selected port unavailable periods PM information is displayed in the PDH CRC
Unavailable Periods window.

4.1.5

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Performance


Configuring RPR Span Performance
To configure the RPR span performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current RPR Span Performance
menu item.
The Current RPR Span Performance window is opened.

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In the upper pane, select the desired parameters in the check boxes.

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The selected parameters will be added to the PM parameter columns in the lower pane.
3

Set the monitor RPR span point filter.


1.
2.
3.
4.

5.

Click Filter to open the Monitor RPR Span Point Filter window.
Click Add to open the Select Span window.
In the Port Filter area, select the desired card from the drop-down list.
The available spans will be listed in the lower pane of the Select Span window.
Select the desired spans from the list and click OK.
Multiple spans can be selected, and the selected spans will be highlighted in blue.
The Select Span window is closed.
In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:
15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:

Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.


6.

Click OK in the Monitor RPR Span Point Filter window to finish filter setting.

All the current RPR Span information is displayed in the Current RPR Span
Performance window.
4

Configure span monitoring type.


1.

2.
5

In this window, select one of the following monitor types:


Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected span to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to set the selected span to be monitored.

Monitor&Auto
Report:

Select this item to set the selected span to be monitored.


The PM report will be automatically saved into RPR Span
performance history log.

Click Set All to confirm the settings.

Click Refresh to update PM list in the Current RPR Span Performance window.

The current RPR span performance settings are now configured as desired.
View Historical RPR Span Performance
To view the historical RPR span performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History RPR Span Performance
menu item.
The RPR Span History Performance window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all RPR Span PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
RPR Span History Performance window.

Use the Filter settings to identify/find a specific piece of PM data in the list.
For Monitor RPR Span Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor RPR span point
filter. procedure section.
When the Confirmation window opens, click Yes to continue.

The RPR span PM data is displayed in the RPR Span History Performance window
according to the selected filter settings.

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Configuring RPR MAC Client Performance


To configure the RPR MAC client performance, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > Current RPR MAC Client
Performance menu item.
The Current RPR MAC Client Performance window is opened.

In the upper pane, select the desired parameters in the check boxes.
The selected parameters will be added to the PM parameter columns in the lower pane.

Set the monitor RPR MAC client point filter.


1.
2.
3.
4.

Click Filter to open the Monitor RPR MAC Client Point Filter window.
Click Add to open the Select Card window.
Select the desired card from the list and click OK.
The Select Card window is closed.
In the Granularity area, configure the following settings as desired:
15 Minutes:

Select this check box to enable the 15-minute PM function.

24 Hours:

Select this check box to enable the 24-hour PM function.

Click Save to confirm the settings.


5.

Click OK in the Monitor RPR MAC Client Point Filter window to finish filter setting.

All the current RPR MAC Client information is displayed in the Current RPR MAC Client
Performance window.
4

Configure MAC client monitoring type.


1.

2.
5

In this window, select one of the following monitor types:


Unmonitor:

Select this item to set the selected card to be unmonitored.

Monitor:

Select this item to set the selected card to be monitored.

Monitor&Auto
Report:

Select this item to set the selected card to be monitored.


The PM report will be automatically saved into RPR MAC client
performance history log.

Click Set All to confirm the setting.

Click Refresh to update PM list in the Current RPR MAC Client Performance window.

The current RPR MAC client performance settings are now configured as desired.
View Historical RPR MAC Client Performance
To view the historical RPR MAC Client performance, complete the following steps:
1

Synchronize all the desired cards in the FLASHWAVE 4570 Chassis View window.

In the chassis main menu, select the Performance > History RPR MAC Client
Performance menu item.
The RPR MAC Client History Performance window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all RPR MAC client PM data.


Once the querying process is completed, all the historical PM data is displayed in the
RPR MAC Client History Performance window.

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For Monitor RPR MAC Client Point Filter settings, see the Set the monitor RPR MAC
client point filter. procedure section.
When the Confirmation window opens, click Yes to continue.
The RPR MAC client PM data is displayed in the RPR MAC Client History Performance
window according to the selected filter settings.

4.2

Cross Connection Configuration and Management


This chapter provides the general procedures for Cross Connection configuration and
management.

4.2.1

Creating Cross Connection


To create cross connection(s), complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Cross-Connect Management
menu item.
The Cross-Connection Management window is opened.

Click Create to open the Create Cross-Connection window.

In the Basic Property area, configure the following settings as desired:

Type:

Select the desired CC type form the drop-down list.

Circuit Label:

Enter the label name for the circuit.

Capacity:

Select the desired Virtual Container (VC) capacity from the drop-down
list.

Depending on the selected CC type, select the desired cards and ports from the dropdown lists in the A, Z, A protection, and Z protection subareas in the TP
configuration area if applicable.
All the corresponding TPs are listed in each subarea.

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If the desired TPs are not listed, modify the TP multiplexing structure as described
in Chapter 4.3.4.

Select the desired TP(s) from each TP list in the TP configuration area.
Multiple TPs can be selected, and the selected TP(s) will be highlighted in blue.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the Create CrossConnection window.
The cross connection data is listed in the Cross-Connection Management window.

The cross connection is created as desired.

4.2.2

Viewing Current Cross Connection


To view current cross connection(s), complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Cross-Connect Management
menu item.
The Cross-Connection Management window is opened.

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Depending on the query range, select one of the following:


a)
b)

If querying for specific cross connection data, proceed to step 3.


If querying for all cross connection data, skip to step 4.

In the Condition Setting area, configure the following settings as desired:


A/Z Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list.

A/Z Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Capacity:

Select the desired VC capacity from the drop-down list.

Type:

Select the desired CC type from the drop-down list.

Circuit Label:

Enter the specific circuit label to be queried.

Click Query to query the cross connection data.


The cross connection data is listed in the Cross-Connection Management window.

To view the specific cross connection details, select the desired row from the CC data
list and click View.
The Detail of Cross-Connection window is opened.

The cross connect details for the selected CC are displayed.

4.2.3

Modifying Current Cross Connection


To modify current cross connection, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Cross-Connect Management
menu item.
The Cross-Connection Management window is opened.

Query for desired Cross Connections.


Follow step 2 to step 4 in Chapter 4.2.2 to query for desired cross connections.
The cross connection data is listed in the Cross-Connection Management window.

Select the desired row from the CC data list and click Modify.
The Modify Cross-Connection window is opened.

In the Basic Property area, select the desired protection type from the drop-down list.
Depending on the selected protection type, either A Protection area or Z Protection
area is enabled.

Select the desired protection Card, Port, and TP from the drop-down list.

In the Protection Property area, configure the following settings as desired:


Restore Mode:

Select the desired restore mode from the drop-down list.

Intrusive Mode:

Select the desired intrusive mode from the drop-down list.

Wait to Restore:

Enter the desired wait to restore value.

Hold Off Time:

Enter the hold off time value.

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If the capacity of the connection is low order, e.g., VC-12, please modify the
settings Wait to Restore and Hold Off Time from the chassis main menu by
selecting the Configuration > LO SNCP Extend Parameters Setting menu item.

Click Add Protection to confirm the settings to add the SNCP protection channel to
protect the CC channel.

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Click OK to close the Modify Cross-Connection window.


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If the protection channel needs to be deleted, select a desired item from the CrossConnection Management window.
Then click Modify to open the Modify Cross-Connection window.

In the Protection Property area, select the desired item from the Select Channel To
Be CC drop-down list. This function is used for deleting the protection channel to CC
link.

Make sure that the traffic is not on the channel which is going to be deleted.
Otherwise, the traffic will be blocked.

10 Click Yes to confirm the settings and click OK to close the Modify Cross-Connection
window.
The cross connection is modified as desired.

4.2.4

Creating a Batch of Sub-Network Cross Protections


To create a batch of SNCPs, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Cross-Connect Management
menu item.
The Cross-Connection Management window is opened.

If the user has created a CC or several CCs, please click the Batch Create SNCP
button to open the Batch Create SNCP window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:

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Capacity:

Select the desired TP from the drop-down list.

Direction:

Select Sink, Source, or Bidirectional from the drop-down list.

Restore Mode:

Select Revertive or Non-Revertive from the drop-down list. It is


unavailable when the Direction is Source.

Wait To Restore:

Enter a number between 60 to 720. It is available only when


the Restore Mode is Revertive.

Intrusive Mode:

Select SNC/I or SNC/N from the drop-down list. SNC/I


represents Sub-Network Connection protection with Inherent
Monitoring and SNC/N represents Sub-Network Connection
protection with Non-intrusive Monitoring.

Hold Off Time:

Enter a number between 0 to 100 for the high order SNCP. For
modifying the setting of the low order SNCP please select the
Configuration > LO SNCP Extend Parameters menu item.

Label:

Enter a string as the name of the SNCP.

Working Card:

Select the working card which has the relevant CC for adding
SNCP protection from the drop-down list.

Working Port:

Select the working port which has the relevant CC for adding
SNCP protection from the drop-down list.

Working TP:

Select the working TP which has the relevant CC for adding


SNCP protection from the drop-down list.

Protection Card:

Select the protection card from the drop-down list.

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Protection Port:

Select the protection port from the drop-down list.

Protection TP:

Select the protection TP from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The batch of SNCPs are now created.

4.2.5

Deleting an Existing Cross Connection


To modify an existing cross connection, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Cross-Connect Management
menu item.
The Cross-Connection Management window is opened.

Query for desired Cross Connection(s).


Follow step 2 to step 4 in Chapter 4.2.2 to query for desired cross connection(s).
The cross connection data is listed in the Cross-Connection Management window.

Select the desired row(s) from the CC data list and click Delete.
Multiple rows can be selected, and all selected row(s) will be highlighted in blue. The
Confirmation windows is opened.

Click Yes to confirm the deletion.

The cross connection is deleted as desired.

4.2.6

Configuring NE Recorder Settings


The NE recorder is used for configuring a batch of CCs. To configure the NE recorder
settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE Recorder Settings menu
item.
The NE Recorder Settings window is opened.

Select the Recording the Operations of CCs Creation and Deletion check box and
click Apply to confirm.

The NE recorder settings are now configured.

4.2.7

Configuring a Batch of Cross Connections


To configure a batch of Cross Connections, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Batch Crossconnection Tool
menu item.
The Batch Crossconnect Tool window is opened.

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Select the Help > Online Manual menu item to open the Online Help and the user can
follow the instructions to configure a batch of Cross Connections.

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4.3

Terminal Point Configuration and Management


This chapter provides the general procedures for TP configuration and management.

4.3.1

Viewing Current TP Configuration


To view current TP configuration, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > TP Configuration menu item.
The TP Configuration window is opened.

In the Query Condition Setting area, select the desired card and port from the dropdown lists.
Click Query and the desired TPs information is listed in the Query Results area.

Select the desired TP from the list.


The desired TP properties are displayed in the TP properties area.

All desired TP information is displayed in the TP configuration window.

4.3.2

Modifying Current TP Configuration


To modify current TP configuration, complete the following steps:
1

Query for desired TP as described in Chapter 4.3.1 and follow this chapter to select the
desired TP.
The TP properties for the desired TP are displayed in the TP properties area in the TP
Configuration window.

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Depending on the selected TP, configure the following settings if applicable:


TP Alarm Mon:

Set the desired TP as monitored or non-monitored from the


drop-down list.

TIM Enable:

Set the Trace Identification Mismatch (TIM) as enabled or


disabled from the drop-down list.

TIM AIS Enable:

Set the TIM AIS as enabled or disabled from the drop-down list.

TI Trans Mode:

Set the TI Trans mode as Auto Trace, 16 bytes, Fixed 1 byte,


or Provisioned 1 byte from the drop-down list.

TI Rec Mode:

Set the TI REC mode as Auto Trace, 16 bytes, Fixed 1 byte, or


Provisioned 1 byte from the drop-down list.

Transmitted TI:

Click the ASCI or HEX radio button and enter the value in the
corresponding text box.

Received TI:

The received TI values are displayed. Those values can not be


changed.

Expected TI:

Click the ASCI or HEX radio button and enter the value in the
corresponding text box.

SL Enable:

The signal label can be set as enabled or disabled from the


drop-down list.

Transmitted SL:

The transmitted SL value is displayed in the text box.

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Received SL:

The received SL value is displayed in the text box.

Expected SL:

Select the desired value from the drop-down list.

DEG Enable:

The DEG can be set as enabled or disabled from the dropdown list.

DEG Threshold:

Select the desired DEG threshold from the drop-down list.

EXC Enable:

Set the EXC as enabled or disabled from the drop-down list.

EXC Threshold:

Set the desired EXC threshold from the drop-down list.

If the maximum B3 Bit Error Ratio (BER) reaches the threshold as Table 4-4 shows, an
alarm will be launched even the user set a larger threshold value.
STM-64

STM-16

STM-4

STM-1

VC4

4.20E-4

4.20E-4

4.20E-4

4.20E-4

VC4-4c

1E-4

1E-4

1E-4

N/A

VC4-16c

2.60E-5

2.60E-5

N/A

N/A

VC4-64c

6.60E-6

N/A

N/A

N/A

Table 4-4
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Maximum Bit Error Ratio for B3

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the TP Configuration
window.

The TP configuration settings are now modified as desired.

4.3.3

Viewing Current TP Multiplexing Structure


To view current TP multiplexing structure, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > TP Multiplexing Structure menu
item.
The TP Multiplexing Structure window is opened.

In the Query Criteria area, select the desired card and port from the drop-down lists.

Click Query to view the TP multiplexing structure for the desired port.

TP multiplexing structure is displayed in the TP Multiplexing Structure window according to


the selected port.

4.3.4

Modifying Current TP Multiplexing Structure


To modify current TP multiplexing structure, complete the following steps:
1

Query current TP multiplexing structure as described in Chapter 4.3.3.


The current TP multiplexing structure is displayed in the Query Result area in the TP
Multiplexing Structure window.

In the Query Result area, select the top level item and select Expand All menu item
from the context menu.
The TP multiplexing structure tree is expanded.
Click the plus sign to expand the branch. Click the minus sign to collapse a branch.

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Select the desired TP item and choose the TP structure from the context menu to map
the TP into desired TP multiplexing structure.
Depending on the mapping structure, the TP item will be broken into lower structure
level or combined into higher structure level.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the TP Multiplexing
Structure window.

The TP multiplexing structure is modified as desired.

4.4

Protection Management
The FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT supports HOCC 1 + 1 protection, LOCC 1 + 1 protection, MSP,
MS-SPRing management, and EPG.

4.4.1

CC 1 + 1 Protection Management
The CC 1 + 1 protection includes two types of protection, one is the HOCC 1 + 1 protection
and the other is the LOCC 1 + 1 protection.

There must be at least one CC card fully inserted (open latches are forbidden) in the NE,
otherwise it causes a traffic hit.

Managing HOCC 1 + 1 Protection


To manage HOCC 1 + 1 protection, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > CC 1+1 Protection > HOCC 1+1
Protection menu item.
The HOCC 1+1 Protection window is opened.

Select the desired switching request type from the Switch Request drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the setting and click Close to close the HOCC 1+1 Protection
window.

There must be at least a two minute interval between successive CC card switches to
ensure no traffic hit.

The HOCC 1 + 1 protection is modified as desired.


Managing LOCC 1 + 1 Protection
To manage LOCC 1 + 1 protection, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > CC 1+1 Protection > LOCC 1+1
Protection menu item.
The LOCC 1+1 Protection window is opened.

Select the desired item from the External Command drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the LOCC 1+1 Protection
window.

There must be at least a two minute interval between successive CC card switches to
ensure no traffic hit.

The LOCC 1 + 1 protection is modified as desired.


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Managing LOCC Capacity


To manage LOCC capacity management, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > CC 1+1 Protection > LOCC
Capacity Management menu item.
The LOCC Capacity Management window is opened.

Select the desired item from the LOCC Capacity Management drop-down list.

Click the Peer TPs button to open the Low Order TPs Information window to check all
the low order TPs information.
Click Close to close the window.

Click Apply to confirm the setting and click Close to close the LOCC Capacity
Management window.

The LOCC capacity management is modified as desired.

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If the LOCC Capacity is changed from LOCC 40G to LOCC 20G or from LOCC 20G to
None, the user must remove all the TPs belong to the LOCC and set them in high order
mode at first then delete the related LOCC card.

Multiplex Section Protection Management


This chapter provides the general procedures for MSP configuration and management.
Creating MSP
To create MSP, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MSP Management menu item.
The MSP Management window is opened.

Click Create to open the Create Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group window.

In the Basic info area, configure the following settings if applicable:


MSP Mode:

Set the MSP mode as MSP 1 + 1 or MSP 1 : N from the


dropdown list.

Active Mode:

Set the active mode as Enable or Disable from the drop-down


list when the MSP Mode is set as MSP 1:N.

Port type:

Select the desired port type from the drop-down list.

Group Label:

Enter the group label name in the text box.

Operation Mode:

Set the operation mode as non-revertive or revertive from the


drop-down list.

Switch Direction:

Set the switch direction as unidirectional switch or bidirectional


switch from the drop-down list.

Working Channel
Number:

The working channel number is displayed in the text box.

Extra Traffic:

Select Enable or Disable from the drop-down list when the


MSP Mode is set as MSP 1:N.

Wait To Restore:

Enter the desired wait to restore value in the text box when the
Operation Mode is revertive.

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In the Protection Multiplex Section area, select the desired protection card and
protection port from the drop-down lists.

In the Working Multiplex Section area, depending on the selected MSP mode, select
one of the following options:

a)

If MSP 1 + 1 mode is selected, proceed to step 6.

b)

If MSP 1 : N mode is selected, proceed to step 7.

Select the desired working card and working port from the drop-down lists and click
Apply to confirm the settings.
Proceed to step 8.

Click Add to add a working channel.


Select the desired working card from the drop-down list in Working Card column.
Select the desired working port from the drop-down list in Working Port column.
Select the desired priority level from the drop-down list in Priority column.
Repeat step 7 to add additional working channel.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

Click Close to close the Create Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group window.

The MSP is created as desired.


Viewing and Modifying an Existing MSP
To view and modify an existing MSP, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MSP Management menu item.
The MSP Management window is opened.

In the Query Condition area, configure the following conditions if applicable:

Group ID:

Enter the group ID in the text box.

Group Label:

Enter the group label in the text box.

Switch Direction:

Select the desired switch direction type from the drop-down list.

Switch Status:

Select the desired switch status from the drop-down list.

Operation Mode:

Select the desired operation mode from the drop-down list.

Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list.

MSP Mode:

Select the desired MSP mode from the drop-down list.

Click Query to view the current MSP(s) upon query condition.


The MSP is listed in the Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group List area.

Select the desired MSP from the list and click View/Modify to view or modify the MSP
configuration.
The View/Modify MSP Property window is opened.

For adding or deleting the working channel and enabling or disabling the extra traffic of
1: N MSP the user has to set the Active Mode as Disable and click the Apply button.
After the Active Mode is Disable the user can select Enable or Disable to enable or
disable the extra traffic and add or delete the working card and port. For more
information of modifying the working channel settings please refer to the step 7 in the
Creating MSP section.

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Select Enable from the drop-down list of Active Mode to enable the MSP again.
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the View/Modify MSP
Property window.

MSP is modified as desired.


Switching MSP
To switch an existing MSP, complete the following steps:
1

Query an existing MSP as desired.


Follow step 1 to 3 in section Viewing and modifying an existing MSP.
The MSP is listed in the Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group List area.

Select the desired MSP from the list and click Switch to open the Switch (MSP 1+1) or
the Switch (MSP 1:N) window.

In the Basic Property area, configure the following settings if applicable.

Operator Command
Card/Port:

Select the desired target card from the drop-down list.

External Command:

Select the desired switch command from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the Switch (MSP 1+1) or
the Switch (MSP 1:N) window.

MSP is now switched as desired.


Deleting MSP
To delete the current MSP, complete the following steps:
1

Query current MSP as desired.


Follow step 1 to 3 in section Viewing and modifying MSP.
The MSP is listed in the Linear Multiplex Section Protection Group List area.

Select the desired MSP items from the list and click Delete.
Multiple rows can be selected, and all selected row(s) will be highlighted in blue.
The Confirmation window is opened.

Click Yes to confirm the deletion.


The deleted MSP is removed from the MSP list.

MSP is deleted as desired.

4.4.3

MS-SPRing Management
This chapter provides the general procedures for MS-SPRing configuration and
management.
Creating MS-SPRing
To create MS-SPRing, complete the following steps:
1

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The MS-SPRing Management window is opened.


2

Click Create to open the Create Ring window.

In the Ring Property area, configure the following settings as desired:


Number of NEs
in the Ring:

Enter the desired total number of NEs in the text box. The
maximum number of NEs in one ring is 16.

Ring ID:

Enter the desired ring ID in the text box.

Ring Name:

Enter the desired ring name in the text box.

Ring Type:

Select the desired ring type from the drop-down list.

NUT:

Select the TP(s) which are excluded from the MS-SPRing.

Click OK to confirm the settings.


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The NE ring map is displayed in the Create Ring window.

Follow the NE sequence number and select the NE to open the Select NE window.
Enter the NE IP address in the Input NE IP Address text box. The entered IP
addresses are displayed under each of the NE icon.

Click the two grey links which are connected with the NE to open the Select Link Port
window. Configure the following setting as desired:
East/West Link Port:

Select the desired card and port from the drop-down lists.

Slot Number:

Enter the desired peer slot number in the text box.

Port Number:

Enter the desired peer port number in the text box.

The configured link is displayed as green.


Repeat this step for all remaining grey links.
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Click OK to confirm the settings and click Yes in the Confirmation window to add the
protection.
MS-SPRing is listed in the MS-SPRing Management window.
If No is clicked, the NE ring will be created without protection.

MS-SPRing is now created as desired.


Adding Ring Protection
To add ring protection, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MS-SPRing Management menu
item.
The MS-SPRing Management window is opened.

Click Query to query all ring information.


All ring information is listed in the Ring List area.

Select the desired non-protected ring from the ring list and click Property to open the
MS-SPRing Property window.

Click Add Protection to add the ring protection and click OK in the Information
window to confirm the settings.

Click Close to close the MS-SPRing Property window.

Ring protection is added as desired.

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Managing MS-SPRing
To manage current MS-SPRing, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MS-SPRing Management menu
item.
The MS-SPRing Management window is opened.

Click Query to query all ring information.


All ring information is listed in the Ring List area.

Select the desired NE ring from the ring list and click Property to open the MSSPRing
Property window.
In the upper pane, the NE ring map is displayed.
In the lower pane, manage MS-SPRing property in the following four tabs:

Protection Details tab


Switch tab
Mapping tab
Squelch tab

a)

Protection Details tab


In the Protection Property area, the NE information is displayed as follows:

Column name
Node ID

The node ID of the NE.

NE Address

The IP address of the NE.

East Port

The east card and port connected in the ring.

West Port

The west card and port connected in the ring.

Status

The current status of the NE:


Idle: The NE is in the idle state when it is not sending or
receiving any Automatic Protection Switching (APS) requests
or bridge request, and it is receiving Idle or ET codes from both
directions.
Pass-through: The NE is in the pass-through state when its
highest priority of APS request is a bridge request which is not
destined to or sourced by it.
Switch: A status between idle and pass-through state. This
includes the default signaling status, e.g. node start-up, when
there is no ring map available.
Isolate: The NE is in the isolate state when both the east and
west ports have been cut off.

Enable

The current status of MS-SPRing:


Enable: The MS-SPRing is enabled.
Disabled: The MS-SPRing is disabled.

Suspend

The current working status of MS-SPRing:


Suspended: The MS-SPRing is suspended.
Unspended: The MS-SPRing is not suspended.

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In the Configuration area, modify the following settings if applicable:


Ring Name:

Modify the ring name in the text box.

WTR:

Modify the wait to restore time in the text box.

Auto Mapping:

Select the check box to enable the auto mapping function.

Auto Squelch:

Select the check box to enable the auto squelch function.

NUT:

Select the TP(s) which are excluded from the MS-SPRing. NUT
stands for Non-pre-emptable Unprotected Traffic. This function is
available if MS-SPRing is enabled.

Delete Protection: Click the button to delete the ring protection.


Enable MSSPRing: Click the button to enable MS-SPRing.
Disable MSSPRing: Click the button to disable MS-SPRing.
Suspend MSSPRing:

Click the button to suspend MS-SPRing.

Unsuspend
MS-SPRing:

Click the button to unsuspend MS-SPRing.

Query:

Click the button to query the latest MS-SPRing property settings.

Apply:

Click the button to confirm the settings.

Close:

Click the button to close the MS-SPRing Property window.

b)

Switch tab
This switch function is only available if MS-SPRing is enabled and unsuspended.
To switch the MS-SPRing, complete the following steps:
ba) Click East Side tab or West Side tab to select the desired port.
bb) In the Properties area, select the desired switch command from the command
drop-down list.
bc) Click Apply to confirm the settings.

c)

Mapping tab
The TP mapping structure can be modified if the Auto Mapping function is disabled.
To modify the TP structure, complete the following steps:
ca) Click Query to query the Auto mapping configuration. The TP mapping
structure on the peer NE port is displayed.
cb) Click the plus sign to expand the branch.
cc) Select the desired TP item in the mapping tree, and choose the TP structure
from the context menu.
cd) Click Apply to confirm the modifications.
The TP multiplexing structure is modified as desired.

d)

Squelch tab
The squelch function can be managed if the Auto Squelch function is disabled.
Creating Node Squelch
To create a squelched cross connection, complete the following steps:
da) Click Create to open the Create Node Squelch Info window.
db) Configure the following settings if applicable:
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Side:

Select the desired port side from the drop-down list.

Direction:

Select the desired signal direction from the drop-down list.

Order:

Select the desired order type from the drop-down list.

Type:

Select the desired squelch type from the drop-down list.

Source:

Select the desired source from the drop-down list.

Sink:

Select the desired sink from the drop-down list.

dc) Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the Create Node
Squelch Info window.
The squelched node is listed in the Squelch tab.
The node squelch is now created as desired.
Viewing and Modifying Node Squelch
To view and modify node squelch, complete the following steps:
da) Click Query to query all node squelch data.
All node squelch data is listed in the Squelch tab.
db) Select the desired node squelch from the list and click View/Modify to open
the View/Modify Node Squelch Info window.
The node squelch information is displayed in the window.
dc) Configure the following settings if applicable:
Order:

Select the desired order type from the drop-down list.

Type:

Select the desired squelch type from the drop-down list.

Source:

Select the desired source from the drop-down list.

Sink:

Select the desired sink from the drop-down list.

dd) Click Apply to confirm the modifications and click Close to close the
View/Modify Node Squelch Info window.
The modified node squelch is listed in the Squelch tab.
The node squelch is now modified as desired.
Deleting Node Squelch
To delete node squelch, complete the following steps:
da) Click Query to query all node squelch data.
All node squelch data is listed in the Squelch tab.
db) Select the desired node squelch(es) from the list and click Delete.
Multiple rows can be selected, and all selected row(s) will be highlighted in blue.
The Confirmation window is opened.
dc) Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
The deleted node squelch is removed from the node squelch data list.
The node squelch is deleted as desired.
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Click Close to close the MS-SPRing Property window.

MS-SPRing properties are modified as desired.

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Deleting an NE Ring
To delete an NE ring, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > MS-SPRing Management menu
item.
The MS-SPRing Management window is opened.

Click Query to query all ring information.


All ring information is listed in the Ring List area.

Select the desired NE ring and click Delete.


The Confirmation window is opened.

Click Yes to confirm the deletion.


The deleted NE ring is removed from the NE ring list.

The NE ring is now deleted as desired.

4.4.4

Equipment Protection Group Management


This chapter provides the general procedures for EPG configuration and management.
Creating EPG
To create EPG, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EPG Management menu item.
The EPG Management window is opened.

Click Create to open the Create EPG window and configure the following settings if
applicable:
EPG Type:

Set the EPG mode from the drop-down list.

Protection Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list.

Wait To Restore (s):

Enter the desired wait to restore value in the text box.

All the working cards will be listed in the Selected Working Card area automatically.

Click Create to create the EPG and click OK to confirm the creation.

Click Yes in the Confirmation window if the user wants to enable the newly created
EPG.

Click Close to close the Create EPG window.

The EPG is now created as desired.


Modifying EPG
To modify the EPG, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EPG Management menu item.
The EPG Management window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all EPG information.

Select an item in the list by highlighting it in blue. Click Modify to open the Modify EPG
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Select the working card which will be excluded and click the left arrow button to move it
to the Available Working Card area.

Click Enable to enable the modified EPG and click OK to confirm the enabled function.

Click Apply to confirm the modification and click Close to close the window.

The EPG is now configured as desired.


Switching EPG
To switch EPG, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EPG Management menu item.
The EPG Management window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all EPG information.

Select an item in the list by highlighting it in blue and click Switch to open the EPG
External Command window.

Select the desired item from the External Command drop-down list.

When Forced Switch to Protection or Manual Switch to Protection is selected, the


Working Cards drop-down list is enabled.

Select the desired working card and click Apply to confirm the settings.
Click Close to close the window.

The EPG is now switched as desired.


Deleting EPG
To delete EPG, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > EPG Management menu item.
The Equipment Protection Group Management window is opened.

Click Refresh to query all EPG information.

Select an item in the list by highlighting it in blue and click Delete to delete the EPG.
Click Yes in the Confirmation window to confirm deleting.

The EPG is now deleted.

4.5

Ethernet Management
There are two kinds of Ethernet cards, one is a Transparent card like the 8 x GE/T card and
the other is a Layer 2 Ethernet card like the 6 x GE + 4 x FE GE/A card. This chapter will
introduce the two kind of cards separately.

4.5.1

Configuring Transparent Ethernet Service


To configure transparent Ethernet card operation, the following steps must be performed:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an Ethernet transparent card and select the LAN
Ports Property Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The LAN Port Selection window is opened.

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Select a port from the drop-down list and click OK to open the LAN Port Property
Configuration window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:

In the Properties area:


Admin Mode:

Select Enabled from the drop-down list to enable the port


function.

Monitored Mode:

Select the desired monitor mode from the drop-down list.


Setting the monitor mode as Non-Monitor will disable
monitoring.

Port Type:

It is shown as GE if the port of 8 x GE/T card is selected and


shown as 10GE if the port of 1 x 10 GE/T card is selected.

Port Label:

Enter a label for the port.

Port Disabled on
CSF/TLCT:

Select True or False to enable or disable these functions. If


True is selected, the port is shut down when receiving
Customer Signal Failure (CSF) or Total Loss of Capacity
Transmit (TLCT).

In the Auto Negotiation Parameter area:


Auto Negotiation:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list. When


Disabled is selected, the following three settings are available.

Flow Control:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Duplex Mode:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list if applicable.

Port Speed:

Select a port speed from the drop-down list.

When a Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) module port is selected and the
Auto Negotiation is set as Disabled, only Flow Control is available. When
the Port Type is selected as FC, Flow Control is disabled automatically.

In the Port Status area, click Advanced to open the Advanced Port Status
Information window. When the port has an SFP inserted, all the information of the
SFP (including laser information) is available.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

Right-click an Ethernet transparent card and select the Virtual Concatenation Group
Management menu item from the context menu.
The Virtual Concatenation Group Management window is opened.

Select a VCG in the window and click Detail to open the Virtual Concatenation Group
Configuration window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:

In the Properties area:


VCG Label:

Enter a name for the VCG.

XV Type:

Select the desired XV type from the drop-down list.

Monitored Mode:

Select the desired monitored mode.

WAN:

Select the desired WAN port.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

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In the Bandwidth Management area, click the LCAS Enabled radio button. Click
Apply to confirm the settings and click Bandwidth Management to open the
Bandwidth Management window.

In the window, configure the following settings if applicable:

In the Direction area, click the radio button bi-direction or uni-direction.

In the Bandwidth Management area, select a VC or several VCs from the


Available VCs list and move it to the Selected VCs list.

If the Port Type is FC in the LAN Port Property Configuration window, the
user has to assign 7 x VC-4 as the bandwidth of VCG to the corresponding
port.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
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Create a Cross Connection between the Ethernet card and the desired card. For the
detailed information, please see Chapter 4.2.1.

During the Ethernet card initialization the user can not configure the settings of VCG.

The transparent Ethernet port settings are now configured.

4.5.2

Configuring Layer 2 Ethernet Service


To configure Layer 2 Ethernet operation, complete the following steps:
1.

Managing Virtual Concatenation Group, section 4.5.3.

2.

Managing VLAN, section 4.5.4.

3.

Configuring bridge settings, section 4.5.5.

4.

Configuring a Layer 2 LAN port, section 4.5.6.

5.

Configuring WAN port, section 4.5.7.

6.

Managing Link Aggregation Group, section 4.5.8.

7.

Managing GARP VLAN Registration Protocol, section 4.5.9.

8.

Configuring static MAC address, section 4.5.10.

9.

Configuring static multicast, section 4.5.11.

10. Configuring Access Control List, section 4.5.12.


11. Managing Internet Group Management Protocol Snooping, section 4.5.13.
12. Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol, section 4.5.14.
For detailed information, please see the section below.

4.5.3

Managing Virtual Concatenation Group


To configure the Virtual Concatenation Group, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the Virtual
Concatenation Group Management menu item from the context menu.
The Virtual Concatenation Group Management window is opened.

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Select a VCG in the list and click Detail to open the Virtual Concatenation Group
Configuration window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


VCG Label:

Enter a label for the VCG.

XV Type:

Select the XV type from the drop-down list.

Monitored Mode:

Select Non-Monitor or Monitor from the drop-down list.

WAN:

Select the desired WAN item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.


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Click the LCAS Enabled radio button and click Apply to confirm the settings.

Click Bandwidth Management to open the Bandwidth Management window.

In the Direction area, click the radio button bi-direction or uni-direction.

Select one or several VCs from the Available VCs list to move to the Selected VCs list.
Click Apply to confirm the setting and click OK to close the window and back to the
Virtual Concatenation Group Configuration window.

Click Summary of Virtual Containers to open the Summary of Virtual Containers


window. In the window the user can view all the VCs status and assignment information.
Click Close and OK to confirm the settings.

During the Ethernet card initialization the user can not configure the settings of VCG.

The Virtual Concatenation Group is now configured.

4.5.4

Managing VLAN
To configure the VLAN, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the VLAN
Management menu item from the context menu.
The VLAN Management window is opened.

There are two tabs in this window, Static VLAN and Dynamic VLAN. The user can
click either of them to make the desired settings.

In the Query Condition area configure the settings if applicable:


VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the VLAN.

Port:

Select a port from the drop-down list.

VLAN Name:

Enter a name for the VLAN.

Click Query to find the corresponding VLANs.


4

Click Add to open the Add VLAN window.


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Enter a VLAN ID and click Query to query all ports available listed in the
Available Ports area.

Select one or several ports and move to the Selected Ports area which is
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Click Apply to confirm the settings.


b)

In the Base on Ports tab, select the desired port from the drop-down list and enter a
VLAN ID in the VLAN List text box.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
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Select an item in the VLAN Management window and click Modify to open the Modify
VLAN window.
a)

In the Based on VLAN tab, enter a name for the VLAN and select available port(s)
from the Available Ports area to the Selected Ports area.

b)

In the Base on Ports tab, enter a new VLAN ID for the VLAN in the VLAN List text
box.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
6

Select an item in the VLAN Management window and click Delete to delete the VLAN.
The user has to manually switch the dynamic VLANs to static VLANs before warm
rebooting the NE. Otherwise, the traffic of dynamic VLANs will be blocked.

The VLAN is now configured.

4.5.5

Configuring Bridge Settings


To configure bridge settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the Bridge
Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The Bridge Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Bridge Mode:

Select Double Tag (Tunneling), Double Tag, or IEEE 802


mode.

MAC Aging Time (s):

Click the spin box to adjust the aging time.

Tag Protocol Type


(HEX):

Enter a tag protocol type in hex format.

Customer VLAN
Protocol Type (HEX):

Enter a hex number to indicate the VLAN type.

BroadCast HOL Mode: Select Mode 1 or Mode 2 from the drop-down list box.
QoS Mode:

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Select IEEE802.1d (2004) or IEEE802.1q (2005) from the


drop-down list.

When the Bridge Mode is IEEE 802, the Tag Protocol Type is 0x8100 and it is
unchangeable. When it is Double Tag (Tunneling) or Double Tag, the Tag Protocol
Type is 0xffff and it is changeable. The Customer VLAN Protocol Type is
changeable when the Bridge Mode is Double Tag (Tunneling) and it is
unchangeable when the Bridge Mode is in other two modes.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

The bridge settings are now configured.

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4.5.6

Configuring a Layer 2 LAN Port


To configure Ethernet Layer 2 LAN port properties, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the LAN Ports
Property Configuration menu item from the context menu. The LAN Port Selection
window is opened.

Select a port from the drop-down list and click OK to open the L2 LAN Port Property
Configuration window.

In the Properties area configure the following settings if applicable:


Admin Mode:

Select Enabled from the drop-down list to enable the function.

Monitored Mode:

Select the desired monitor mode.

Port Label:

Enter a label for the port.

PVID:

Enter a Private VLAN ID.

Broadcast Rate Limit


(kbps):

Select Enable from the drop-down list and click the


spin box to adjust the value.

Egress Tag Mode:

Select Untag or Tag from the drop-down list.

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Tag: This option leaves the tag as it is when the incoming frame goes in the system.
Untag: This option removes the tag from the frame.

In the Input Rate Limiting area, click the desired radio button to set the rate limiting.
Not Applied:

Click this radio button to not to set the rate limit.

Port+VLAN Based:

Click this button to open the VLAN Rate Limit Configuration


window.

Port Based:

Click this radio button and click the spin box to adjust the rate.

In the VLAN Rate Limit Configuration window, click Add to open the Add VLAN
Rate Limit window.

In this window, configure the settings:


VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the VLAN.

Rate Limit (kbps):

Click the spin box to adjust the rate limit.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

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open the Modify VLAN Rate Limit window.

Click the spin box to adjust the rate limit. Click Apply and OK to confirm the
settings.

Select an item in the VLAN Rate Limit Configuration window and click Delete and
Yes to delete the item.

In the Auto Negotiation Parameter area, configure the following settings if applicable:
Auto Negotiation:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list. When


Disabled is selected, the following three settings are available.

Flow Control:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Duplex Mode:

Select a duplex mode from the drop-down list.

Port Speed:

Select a port speed from the drop-down list.

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When an SFP module port is selected and the Auto Negotiation is set as Disabled,
only Flow Control is available.
When using an RJ 45 port and Auto Negotiation is set as Disabled, the Port
Speed can only be set as 10M or 100M. The Duplex Mode and Flow Control are
still configurable.

In the Ingress CoS Configuration area (it is not available when the bridge mode
Double Tag (Tunneling) is selected), select the desired radio button to set the ingress
Class of Service (CoS).
Keep original CoS:

Click this radio button to set the CoS as default.

Port+VLAN Based:

Click this radio button and click the button to open the
VLAN+Port CoS Configuration window.

Port Based:

Click the radio button and select the desired item from the
drop-down list.

In the VLAN+Port CoS Configuration window, click Add to open the Add VLAN
CoS window.
In this window, configure the settings:
VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the VLAN.

CoS:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

Select an item in the VLAN+Port CoS Configuration window and click Modify to
open the Modify VLAN+Port CoS window.
Select the desired CoS from the drop-down list and click Apply and OK to confirm
the setting.
Select an item in the VLAN+Port CoS Configuration window, and click Delete and
Yes to delete the item.

In the VLAN Tunneling Configuration area (it is available when the bridge mode
Double Tag (Tunneling) is selected), configure the following settings:
Port Based:

Select Enabled from the drop-down list and click Port Based
button to open the Port Based VLAN Tunneling
Configuration window.

Port+VLAN Based:

Select Enabled from the drop-down list and click Port+VLAN


Based button to open the VLAN+Port VLAN Tunneling
Configuration window.

When the Bridge Mode is set as Double Tag (Tunneling), the user needs to modify
the Customer Protocol Type (in the format 0xffff) as it is an important setting for
Port+VLAN Based Tunneling.
In the Port Based VLAN Tunneling Configuration window, configure the following
settings:
Tunnel VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the VLAN.

Tunnel VLAN Priority:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply and OK to confirm the settings.

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Customer VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the customer VLAN.

Tunnel VLAN ID:

Enter an ID for the tunnel VLAN.

Tunnel VLAN Priority:

Select the desired priority from the drop-down list.

Click Apply and OK to confirm the settings.

Select an item in the VLAN+Port VLAN Tunneling Configuration window and click
Modify to change the Tunnel VLAN ID and Tunnel VLAN Priority.

Select an item in the VLAN+Port VLAN Tunneling Configuration window and click
Delete and Yes to delete the item.

In the Egress Priority Configuration area, configure the following settings:


Algorithm:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Mode:

Select the mode from the drop-down list.

Egress Priority Weight: Click to open the Egress Priority Weight Configuration
window.

In the Egress Priority Weight Configuration window select an item and click
Modify to open the Modify Priority Weight window.

Enter an integer (between 1 and 15) in the Weight text box.

Click Apply and OK to confirm the setting.

In the Port Status area, click Advanced to open the Advanced Port Status
Information window.
In this window, the user can view the basic information of the connected laser and the
SFP module.

10 Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The Layer 2 Ethernet port is configured.

4.5.7

Configuring WAN Port


To configure the WAN port properties, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the WAN port
Property Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The WAN Port Selection window is opened.

Select a WAN port from the drop-down list and click OK to open the WAN Port
Configuration window.

In the Properties area, configure the following settings if applicable:

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Port Label:

Enter a label for the WAN port.

PVID:

Enter a number for Port VLAN ID (PVID).

Egress Tag Mode:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

For other areas such as:

Ingress CoS Configuration area, please see the step 6 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

VLAN Tunneling Configuration area, please see the step 7 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

Egress Priority Weight area, please see the step 8 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

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4.5.8

Managing Link Aggregation Group


Link Aggregation or Port Trunk is a method of combining physical network links into a single
logical link for increasing bandwidth. With Link Aggregation the system can increase the
capacity and availability of the communications channel between devices (both switches and
end stations) using Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet. A set of parallel physical links between
devices which are grouped together is called an aggregated link. The aggregated links also
provide redundancy and fault tolerance if each of the aggregated links follows a different
physical path.
To configure the Link Aggregation Group (LAG), complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the Link
Aggregation Group Management menu item from the context menu.
The Link Aggregation Group Configuration window is opened.

Click LACP to open the LACP Configuration window. Configure the following settings:
LACP:

Select Enable from the drop-down list to enable the Link


Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) function.

Hash mode Type:

Select MAC + IP + UDP/TCP Port, IP + UDP/TCP Port, or


MAC from the drop-down list.

System ID:

Enter a serial number for the aggregation group.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
3

In the LACP Configuration window, select the desired item from the Aggregator List
area and click Modify.
The Aggregator Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Aggregator Name:

Enter a string as the name of the aggregator.

Auto Mode:

Select Static or Dynamic from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

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The user has to switch the Auto Mode as Static before warm rebooting the NE.
Otherwise, the traffic will be blocked.

Click Create in the Link Aggregation Group Configuration window to open the Create
Link Aggregation Group window. Configure the following settings if applicable to query:
Port Type:

Select LAN or WAN. When WAN is selected, all other three


settings are unavailable.

Port Speed:

Select the desired speed.

Auto Negotiation:

Select Disabled.

Duplex Mode:

Select Full.

Click Query to query available ports. Select an available port(s) in the Available Ports
area and move to the Selected Ports area.
Click Apply and OK to confirm the setting and close the window.

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Select an item in the Link Aggregation Group Configuration window and click
View/Modify to open the View/Modify Link Aggregation Group window.

Select an item in the Available Ports area to move to the Selected Ports area to add
more ports to the trunk.

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Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK close the window.
9

Select an item in the Link Aggregation Group Configuration window and click Property
to open the Trunk Port Configuration window.

10 In the Properties area, configure the following settings if applicable:


Flow Control:

Select Enabled or Disabled.

PVID:

Enter a port VLAN ID for the trunk.

Broadcast Rate
Limit (Kbps):

Select Enabled from the drop-down menu and adjust the


spin box to get the desired value.

Egress Tag Mode:

Select Untag or Tag.

11 For other areas such as:

Input Rate Limiting area, please see the step 4 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

Ingress CoS Configuration area, please see the step 6 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

VLAN Tunneling Configuration area, please see the step 7 in the Chapter 4.5.6.

Egress Priority Weight area, please see the step 8 in the Chapter 4.5.6.
12 In the Link Aggregation Group Configuration window, select an item and click
View/Modify to open the View/Modify Link Aggregation Group window.
13 In this window, all the ports belonging to the trunk are displayed in the Selected Ports
area. Select one or several ports in the Selected Ports area and move them to the
Available Ports area.
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
14 Select an item in the Link Aggregation Group Configuration window and click Delete to
delete the Link Aggregation Group.

4.5.9

Managing GARP VLAN Registration Protocol


There are two kinds of VLAN membership configuration:
1.

Static configuration of VLAN membership information via Management mechanisms,


which allow configuration of Static VLAN Registration Entries.

2.

Dynamic configuration and distribution of VLAN membership information by means of


the GVRP. GVRP is a specific instance of GARP, thus the protocol processing for
GVRP is based on the GARP.

The purpose of the GARP is to provide a generic framework where devices are in a bridged
LAN. For a bridged LAN, the active topology is normally that created and maintained by the
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). The VLAN register/unregister and VLAN declare/withdraw
procedures are controlled by the GVRP State Machine.
There are several concepts that need to be illustrated first:

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Registrar: The Registrar has a single timer, a leave timer, and three states.

Join timer: The Join Period Timer controls the interval between transmit Packet
Data Unit (PDU) events that are applied to the Applicant State Machine.

Leave timer: The Leave Period Timer controls the period of time that the Registrar
State Machine waits in the LV state before transiting to the MT state. An instance of
the timer is required for each state machine that is in the LV state. The Leave
Period Timer is set to the Leave Time value when it is started or restarted.

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Leave all timer: The Leave All Period Timer controls the frequency with which the
Leave All state machine generates Leave All PDUs.

To configure the GVRP, complete the following steps:


1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the GVRP
Management menu item from the context menu.
The GVRP Management window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Bridge Address:

Enter a MAC address.

Join Timer (ms):

Click the spin box to adjust the join timer.

Leave Timer (ms):

Click the spin box to adjust the leave timer.

Leave all Timer (ms):

Click the spin box to adjust the leave all timer.

GVRP Enabled:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Dynamic VLAN
Range:

Enter a number of dynamic VLANs that GVRP can go


through

The leave timer must be at least three times larger than the join timer. The leave all
timer must be larger than the leave timer.
In reality there might be several NEs in the network. The user must select Enabled
or Disabled from the GVRP Enabled drop-down list which should match the
settings of the corresponding port in the peer NE.

Double-click an item in the GVRP Port Properties list to open the GVRP Port
Configuration window.

Configure the following settings are applicable:


Port Enabled:

Select Enabled to enable GVRP function on the port of the


bridge.

Registrar Admin Control:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Applicant Admin Control: Select the desired item from the drop-down list.
GVRP on STP blocking
port:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

When the GVRP function is enabled, all the related dynamic VLAN numbers will be
automatically stored. However, if the user modifies the VLAN settings, it will cause
a change of dynamic VLAN numbers which cannot be updated. In this situation,
the user has to select Disabled from the GVRP on STP blocking port drop-down
list to prevent the GVRP Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) from being a ring.

The GVRP management is configured.

4.5.10

Configuring Static MAC Address


To configure the static MAC address, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the Static MAC
Address Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The Static MAC Address Configuration window is opened.

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Click Add to open the Add Static MAC Address Configuration window. Configure the
following settings if applicable:
MAC Address:

Enter a MAC address.

VLAN ID:

Enter a number as the ID of the VLAN.

Port:

Select a port from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
3

In the Static MAC Address Configuration window click Refresh and select an item in
the list. Then click Modify to open the Modify Static MAC Address Configuration
window.

In this window, only the port can be modified. Select the desired port from the dropdown
list and click Apply to confirm the setting.
Click OK back to the Static MAC Address Configuration window.

Select the desired item from the list and click Delete to delete the static MAC address.

The static MAC address is configured.

4.5.11

Configuring Static Multicast


To configure static multicast, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the Static
Multicast Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The Static Multicast Configuration window is opened.

Click Add to open the Add Static Multicast window.

In this window, configure the following settings:


MAC Address:

Enter a multicast MAC address.

VLAN ID:

Enter a VLAN ID.

Click Query to query all the available ports in the Available Ports area.
4

Select a port in the Available Ports area and move to the Selected Ports area.
Click Apply to confirm the setting and click OK to close this window.

In the Static Multicast Configuration window select the desired item and click Modify to
open the Modify Static Multicast window.
For configuration details please see step 4 in this section.

Select the desired item in the Static Multicast Configuration window and click Delete to
delete the item.
Click Yes to confirm deleting.

The static multicast is now configured.

4.5.12

Configuring Access Control List


To configure ACL, complete the following steps:
1

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The ACL Configuration window is opened.


2

In the ACL Configuration window, the ACL Mode has two modes:

filter mode: When the data enters a port, its destination MAC address and VLAN ID
are checked in databases to see which port can lead to its destination. In the filter
mode, the frame will be dropped if the destination address belongs to the local port.
If the destination address is not found in the address database, the frame is
broadcasting to all ports belonging to the same VLAN except the incoming port.

forward mode: When the data enters a port, its destination port MAC address and
VLAN ID will be checked. If both of them are found, the frame is forwarded to the
port and queued for output.

Select the desired ACL mode and click Apply to confirm the setting.
3

Click Add to open the Add ACL window.

In the window, configure the following settings:


MAC Address:

Enter a MAC address for the ACL.

VLAN ID:

Enter an integer as the VLAN ID.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
5

Select the desired item in the list in the ACL Configuration window and click Delete to
delete the item.

ACL mode can not be changed if there is any item displayed in the list of the ACL
Configuration window.

The ACL is configured.

4.5.13

Managing Internet Group Management Protocol Snooping


A Layer 2 switch supporting Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping can
passively snoop on IGMP Query, Report, and Leave packets transferred between IP
Multicast Routers/Switches and IP Multicast hosts to learn the IP Multicast group
membership. It checks IGMP packets passing through it, picks out the group registration
information, and configures multicasting accordingly. Without IGMP snooping, multicast
traffic is treated in the same manner as broadcast traffic, that is, it is forwarded to all ports.
With IGMP snooping, multicast traffic of a group is only forwarded to ports that have
members of that group. IGMP Snooping generates no additional network traffic and therefore
significantly reduces multicast traffic passing through the switch.
To configure IGMP, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the IGMP
Snooping menu item from the context menu.
The IGMP Snooping window is opened.

Configure the following settings:


IGMP Snooping:

Select Enable from the drop-down list to enable the function.

Aging Time:

Click the spin box to adjust the time in seconds. The aging
time should be between 100 s to 2000 s.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The IGMP Snooping is now configured.

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4.5.14

Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol


If there is only one VLAN in the network, a single STP works appropriately. If the network
contains more than one VLAN, the logical network configured by a single STP would work,
but it is possible to make better use of the redundant links available by using an alternate
spanning tree for different (groups of) VLANs. Multiple regions and other STP bridges are
interconnected using one single Common Spanning Tree (CST) regardless of the number of
VLANs. The idea is that several VLANs can be mapped to a reduced number of spanning
tree instances because most networks do not need more than a few logical topologies. The
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) enables VLANs to be grouped into MST Instances
(MSTI), with each instance having a spanning tree topology independent of other spanning
tree instances. This architecture provides multiple forwarding paths for data traffic, enables
load balancing, and reduces the number of spanning tree instances required to support a
large number of VLANs. A collection of interconnected switches that have the same MST
configuration comprises an MST region. The configuration of MST controls which MST
region each switch belongs to. The configuration includes the name of the region, the
revision number, and the MST VLAN-to-instance assignment map.
Configuring Common and Internal Spanning Tree
CIST comprises of a collection of the ISTs in each MST region, and the common spanning
tree that interconnects the MST regions and single spanning trees.
To configure CIST, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the MSTP
Configuration > CIST Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The CIST Configuration window is opened.

In the CIST Bridge Information area configure the following settings:


Bridge MAC:

Enter the MAC address of the card.

Priority:

Click the spin box to adjust the priority.

In the Local Bridge Timing area configure the following settings:


Hello Time (s):

Click the spin box to adjust the hello time.

Forward Delay (s):

Click the spin box to adjust the forward delay period.

Max Age (s):

Click the spin box to adjust the maximum aging time.

Max Hop (s):

Click the spin box to adjust the maximum number of hops.

MSTP Event:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.


4

Double-click an item from the CIST Port Properties list to open the CIST Port
Configuration window.

In the Spanning Tree Setting area configure the following settings if applicable:

Port Priority:

Click the spin box to adjust the priority.

External Port Path Cost:

Click the spin box to adjust the path cost.

Internal Port Path Cost:

Click the spin box to adjust the cost.

In the Port Properties area configure the following settings if applicable:


Port STP Mode:

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Edge Port:

Select True or False from the drop-down list.

Point-to-Point:

Select True, False, or Auto from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

The Port STP Mode has to be set as Disabled before warm rebooting the NE.
Make sure the topology of MSTP is not a ring between the local network and the
peer network, otherwise the traffic will be blocked.

The CIST is now configured.


Configuring MST Region
To configure the MST region, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a Layer 2 Ethernet card and select the MSTP
Configuration > MST Region Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The MST Region Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Region Name:

Enter a name for the region.

Revision Level:

Enter a number for the region level.

Select the desired item from the MST Instance List and double-click it to open the
MSTI Configuration window.

In this window, the following settings can be configured:


Priority:

Click the spin box to adjust the priority of the instance.

ID-List:

Enter a VLAN ID in the text box.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
5

Select the desired item from the Port MSTI Properties list and double-click it to open
the MSTI Port Configuration window.

In this window, the following settings can be modified:


Port Priority:

Click the spin box to adjust the priority of the port.

Internal Port Path


Cost:

Click the spin box to adjust the cost.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The MST region is now configured.

4.6

Resilient Packet Ring Management


RPR can operate on Synchronous Optical Network (SONET), SDH, and Ethernet to provide
efficient and flexible networking schemes. It is made up of dual unidirectional counterrotating ringlets named Ringlet 0 and Ringlet 1. Ringlet 0 is for clockwise or data traffic from
the east side of one card to the west side of another card. Ringlet 1 is for counter-clockwise
or data traffic from the west side of one card to the east side of another card.
RPR provides two protection modes:

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Wrapping: After a span or a station fails, protected traffic is directed at the point of failure
to the opposing ringlet. The two ringlets thus form a closed single ring around the point
of the failure.

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Steering: The two stations at the two sides of the point of failure update their topology
databases first and then send TP frames at fast intervals to the other stations on the ring.
After a new topology database is stabilized, the source station directs protected frames
to the ringlet that retains connectivity to their destinations.

The main steps of creating and modifying RPR are described from the Chapter 4.6.1 to 4.6.6.

4.6.1

Configuring RPR WAN Port Properties


To configure the RPR WAN port, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR WAN Ports
Property Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR WAN Port Config window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Alarm Monitored:

Select Monitor or Non-Monitor from the drop-down list.

Click the Bandwidth Configuration button to open the Bandwidth Configuration


window.
3

Select the desired VCs from the Available VCs pane and click the right arrow button to
move them to the Select VCs pane.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to shut down the window.

The properties of the RPR WAN port are now configured.

4.6.2

Creating an RPR Ring


Creating an RPR ring is to create a cross connection between the west WAN port of one
RPR card and the east WAN port of another RPR card on a single NE.
If the RPR cards are on the different NEs, there are two steps to create the RPR ring:
1

Create the cross connection between the RPR card and an SDH card both on the local
NE and the remote NE.

Connect these two SDH cards on the local NE and remote NE by optical fiber.

For creating a cross connection, please refer to Chapter 4.2.1 Creating Cross Connection.

4.6.3

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Station


To configure the RPR station, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR > RPR Station
Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR Station Configuration window is opened.

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Configure the following settings if applicable:


Passthrough Mode:

Select enabled or disabled from the drop-down list.

Hardware
Passthrough:

Select enabled, disabled, or force from the dropdown list.

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Fairness Mode:

Select aggressive or conservative from the dropdown list.

Alarm Monitor:

Select enabled or disabled from the drop-down list.

Attribute Discovery
Timer:

Input a number in the text box.

Local Reserved A0
(Ringlet 0):

Input a number in the text box.

Local Reserved A0
(Ringlet 1):

Input a number in the text box.

Pre-Allocated A1
(Ringlet 0):

Input a number in the text box.

Pre-Allocated A1
(Ringlet 1):

Input a number in the text box.

Pre-Allocated B-CIR
(Ringlet 0):

Input a number in the text box.

Pre-Allocated B-CIR
(Ringlet 1):

Input a number in the text box.

Click the Fairness button to open the RPR Station Fairness Configuration window.
The following settings can be configured:
Ringlet ID:

Select Ringlet 0 or Ringlet 1 from the drop-down list.

Weight:

Enter a number as the weight for the station.

The user also can click Restore Default to set all the settings as the default value.
4

Click Advance to expand all the parameters.


The user can configure the following settings except the settings mentioned in the step
3:
Ringlet ID:

Select Ringlet 0 or Ringlet 1 from the drop-down list.

Weight:

Enter a number as the weight for the station.

Ramp-up Coefficient:

Select a number from the drop-down list.

Ramp-down
Coefficient:

Select a number from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to shut down the window.

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Changing the advanced parameters may cause RPR service work abnormal.

In the RPR Station Configuration window click the OAM button to open the RPR
Station OAM Configuration window.
Class of Service:

Select class A, class B, or class C from the drop-down list.

Request Ringlet:

Select ringlet 0 or ringlet 1 from the drop-down list.

Response Ringlet:

Select ringlet 0, ringlet 1, or reverse ringlet from the dropdown


list.

Request Count:

Enter a number as the amount of request.

User Data:

Enter a string as a notice for the user.

Timeout:

Enter an integer.

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Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the window.
6

In the RPR Station Configuration window click the Station Protection Property button
to open the RPR Station Protection Configuration window.

In this window, configure the following settings if applicable:


Protection Mode:

Select steering, wrap, or disable from the drop-down list.

Revertive Mode:

Select yes or no from the drop-down list.

Wait to Restore Time:

Input an integer in the text box.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the window.
8

Click the button Span Protection Switch to open the Span Protection Switch window.
Configure the following settings if applicable:
Span ID:

Select either East Span or West Span from the drop-down list.

External Command:

Select idle, manual switch, or forced switch from the


dropdown list.

Hold Off Timer:

Input an integer in the text box.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the window.
9

Click Apply in the RPR Station Configuration window to confirm all the settings and
click Close to close the window.

The RPR station is now configured.

4.6.4

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Cross Ports


To configure the RPR cross ports, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR Cross Ports
Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR Cross Ports Configuration window is opened.

Select the desired ports from the Available Ports area and click the right arrow button
to move them to the Selected Ports area.
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

Make sure the service mode of all the selected ports is Cross Mode. For more
details on setting the service mode please refer to the step 4 in the Chapter 4.6.5.

For removing the ports from the cross port configuration, select the desired ports by
highlighting them in blue and click the left arrow button to move them to the Available
Ports area.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the window.

The RPR cross ports are now configured.

4.6.5

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Service


To configure the RPR service, complete the following steps:
1

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Configure the following settings if applicable:


Service Label:

Input a string in the text box.

Service Class:

Select A, B, or C from the drop-down list.

Service ID:

Input an integer between 1 to 65535 in the text box.

Service Type:

Select P2P or MP2MP from the drop-down list.

TTL Mode:

Select Auto or Manual MAC from the drop-down list when


the Service Type is set as MP2MP.

Wrap Protection:

Select enable or disable from the drop-down list.

Ringlet:

Select Ring 0 or Ring 1 from the drop-down list.

Click Configuration to open the Add Station to RPR Service window.


3

Select an item from the Stations on the Ring pane and click Add to open the RPR
Service Station Configuration window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Client Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Classify Type:

Select Port Based, Port+VLAN Based, or Port+VLAN+Prio


Based from the drop-down list.

Ringlet:

Select 0 or 1 from the drop-down list. This item is available


when the Service Type chosen as P2P in the RPR
Service Configuration window.

Client VID:

Enter a number as the VLAN ID. This setting is available


when the Service Type is Port+VLAN Based or
Port+VLAN+Prio Based.

Client Priority:

Enter a number as the priority for the service station. This


setting is available when the Service Type is
Port+VLAN+Prio Based.

Service Bandwidth:

Input an integer which should be in step of 64 Kbps in the


text box.

Service Mode:

Select Share Mode or Cross Mode from the drop-down list.


When Cross Mode is selected, the Service Type must be
either Port+VLAN Based or Port+VLAN+Prio Based.

Remote MAC:

Select the desired MAC address from the drop-down list.


This item is available when the Service Type chosen as
P2P in the RPR Service Configuration window.

Click OK to confirm the settings and close the window.

Make sure the Client Port is the port which is configured as the cross port in the
RPR Cross Ports Configuration window (please refer to the Chapter 4.6.4) if the
user wants to create a cross port RPR service.
When creating a share mode service, the user should modify the Service Mode of
the corresponding ports as Share Mode and remove all the corresponding ports
from the Select Ports area to the Available Ports area in the RPR Cross Ports
Configuration window. For more information please refer to the step 3 in the
Chapter 4.6.4.

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The RPR station service is now configured.

4.6.6

Managing Resilient Packet Ring Service


To manage the RPR service, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select RPR > RPR Service Management menu item.
The RPR Service Management window is opened.

In the Query Attribute area, the user can either directly click Query to query the
information of the existing RPRs or configure the following settings and click Query to
query the existing RPR items in the RPR Service List area.
Service Label:

Input a name of an RPR in the text box.

Service ID:

Input an integer between 1 to 65535 in the text box.

Service Mode:

Select P2P or MP2MP from the drop-down list.

Service Class:

Select A, B, or C from the drop-down list.

Ringlet:

Select Ring 0 or Ring 1 from the drop-down list.

Select one of the items (if there are several items) and click Detail to open the Service
Detail window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Service Label:

Input a new name for the RPR ring.

Wrap Eligible:

Select enable or disable from the drop-down list.

Click Configuration to open the Modify RPR Service window.


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In the window, the user can either add more stations to the RPR or delete stations from
the RPR.

Deleting a station: Select an item from the Selected Stations pane and click
Delete to remove it from the RPR ring.

Adding a station: Select an item from the Stations on the Ring pane and click Add
to add it to the RPR Service Station Configuration window. For the details of the
window, please refer to the step 4 in the Chapter 4.6.5.

Double-click an item in the Selected Stations pane the RPR Service Station
Configuration window is opened. For the details of the window please refer to the step
4 in the Chapter 4.6.5.

Select an RPR station item in the Selected Station pane and select Modify ringlet
from the context menu.
The ringlet will change to be 0 if the previous ringlet was 1, and vice versa.

Click OK to confirm the settings in the Modify RPR Service window.


Click Apply to confirm all the settings in the Service Detail window and click Close to
close the window.

The RPR service management is now configured.

4.6.7

Configuring the Resilient Packet Ring Client Port


To configure the RPR client port, complete the following steps:

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In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR Client Port
Property Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR Client Port Config window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Port Mode:

Select Auto, Monitor, or Non-Monitor from the drop-down


list.

Admin Status:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Port Label:

Input a string as the name of the port.

Auto Laser

Select Yes or No from the drop-down list. This setting is


shutdown: only available for GE ports.

Port ALS

Select No Command, Manual Restart, or Manual Test from


Mode:the drop-down list.

Auto
Negotiation:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list. When


Disabled selected, the following three settings are
available.

Flow Control:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Duplex Mode:

Select Full or Half from the drop-down list.

Port Speed:

Select the desired speed from the drop-down list.

Advanced:

Click the button to open the Advanced Port Status


Information window.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The properties of the RPR client port are now configured.

4.6.8

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring ACL


To configure RPR ACL, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR ACL
Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR ACL Configuration window is opened.

Click Add to open the Add RPR ACL window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


MAC Address:

Input numbers as the MAC address of the RPR card which


can not be the address of multicast or broadband.

Service ID:

Select the desired ID from the drop-down list.

ACL Mode:

Select Filter or Forward from the drop-down list.

Select an item from the Available Ports area and click the right arrow button to move it
to the Selected Ports area.
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
4

In the RPR ACL Configuration window select an item and click Delete to delete the
RPR ACL.

The RPR ACL is now configured as desired.

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4.6.9

Configuring Resilient Packet Ring Static Multicast


To configure the RPR static multicast, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR Static Multicast
Configuration menu item from the context menu.
The RPR Static Multicast Configuration window is opened.

Click Add to open the Add Static Multicast window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


MAC Address:

Input numbers as the multicast MAC address.

Flow ID:

Select the desired ID from the drop-down list.

Select an item from the Available Ports area and click the right arrow button to move it
to the Selected Ports area.
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
4

In the Static Multicast Configuration window, select an item and click Modify to open
the Modify Static Multicast window to modify the RPR static multicast.

In the Static Multicast Configuration window, select an item and click Delete to delete
the static multicast item.

The RPR static multicast is now configured.

4.6.10

Viewing Resilient Packet Ring Topology Table


To view the topology table of RPR, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click an RPR card and select the RPR Topology
Information menu item from the context menu.
The RPR Topo Table window is opened.

Select the desired item from the RPR Station drop-down list.
The topology information is shown in the Topo Table area.

Click Close to close the window.

The topology information of the RPR is now viewed.

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This chapter provides maintenance task descriptions and additional information within the
scope of maintaining a FLASHWAVE 4570 system.
For any card replacement or optical fiber cleaning tasks, refer to the Troubleshooting Manual
(TSMN).

5.1

Test Management
Testing performs repair functions using some testing and diagnostic routines. The following
sub-chapters provide the main tasks concerning test management.

5.1.1

Testing AIS/RDI Insertion


To launch the AIS/RDI insertion test, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Maintenance > AIS/RDI Insertion Test
Management menu item.
The AIS/RDI Insertion Test Management window is opened.

In the Query Condition Setting area, select the desired card, port, and test status from
the drop-down lists.

Click Query to return all the information of TPs which matches the settings chosen.

Select the desired item from the Query Result list and click Set to open the AIS/RDI
Insertion Test Set window.

According to the different card selected the insertion test types are different. For SDH
cards, the test types are:

Normal
In Forced-AIS
Out Forced-AIS
In Forced-AIS and Out Forced-AIS

For the Ethernet cards (either transparent cards or Layer 2 cards), the test types are:

Normal
In Forced-AIS
Out Forced-AIS
Out Forced-RDI

Choose one of the following AIS/RDI insertion types by clicking the radio button.
Click OK to confirm the settings and the new test status is refreshed in the AIS/RDI
Insertion Test Management window.

The AIS/RDI insertion test is now finished.

5.1.2

Testing Loopback
A loopback test sends and receives the data from series ports to verify whether the device is
working properly. To launch a loopback test, complete the following steps:
1

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In the chassis main menu, select the Maintenance > Loopback Test Management
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The Loopback Test Management window is opened.


2

Select the desired card and loop back type in the corresponding drop-down lists.
Click Query to fetch all ports that satisfy the settings in the lower list.

Select the desired item in the list and click Modify. The Loopback Test Configuration
window is opened.

Choose one of the following loop back types by selecting the desired radio button:

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Outward: Rx signal will be looped back to the Tx port.


Inward: Tx signal will be looped back to the Rx port.
For the transparent Ethernet card only Inward testing is available.

Click the Begin button to start testing. Click the Stop button to end testing.

The loopback test is finished.

5.1.3

PRBS Test Management


The PRBS test is to test the PDH port.
To test PRBS, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Maintenance > PRBS Test Management menu
item.
The PRBS Test Management window is opened.

In the Criteria area, configure the following settings if applicable:


Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list.

PRBS Status:

Select the desired status such as PRBS Enabled, PRBS Disabled,


or All from the drop-down list.

All the information which satisfies the criteria is displayed in the lower pane.
3

Select a desired item by highlighting it in blue and click Set.


The PDH Port PRBS Test window is opened.

In the window, configure the following settings if applicable:


Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Status:

Select the desired status from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click Close to close the window.
5

Click Close in the PDH Port PRBS Test window to close the window.

The PRBS test is now configured as desired.

5.1.4

LED Test
The LED test is used to check whether the LEDs of an NE are working correctly.
To launch the LED test, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Maintenance > LED Test menu item.
The LED Test window is opened.

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Click Test LED to start testing the LEDs. If the LEDs of this NE work correctly, the LEDs
will flash for a few seconds and then turn to the normal state.

The LED test is now finished.

5.2

Fault Management
This chapter provides the main tasks concerning the fault management.
There are four alarm severity levels defined in the system: Critical, Major, Minor, and
Warning. At the same time, the system defined five categories of failure types. Each of them
is explained as follows:
Communication:

Failures related to communication status, such as Loss Of Signal


(LOS), Loss Of Frame (LOF), AIS, Degrade (DEG), LAN, and other
communication protocol related failures.

Quality of Service
(QoS):

System performance related failures, such as: long response


time or performance degradation.

Equipment:

Failures related to the hardware equipment, such as a power


system defect, a timing interface failure, a processor defect, a
transmit/receiver equipment defect, or any other equipment
component faults.

Environment:

Failures related to the environment changes, such as unacceptable


temperature and humidity, ventilation or cooling system faults,
excessive vibration, door open/close, etc.

Security and
Processing Error:

This category is used for all detected attempts to intrude into


the system without proper authentication/authorization.

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Set the NE time and synchronize all cards before managing alarms.

Viewing Active Alarms


The active alarms list show all the raised alarms including cleared and uncleared.
To view all the active alarms, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Active Alarms menu item.
The Active Alarms window is opened.

Click Search to open the Alarm Search window.


The alarms are displayed according to the selected settings. Select the desired alarm(s)
in the list and click Detail to view the detailed information about this alarm.

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Configure the following settings if applicable:


Security:

Select the alarm severity from the drop-down list.

Category:

Select the alarm category from the drop-down list.

Source:

Click this button to define the NE, card, port, and TP.

Alarm Message:

Select the alarm type from the drop-down list.

Raised Time (After):

Select the check box and adjust the date to show all alarms
after this date.

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Raised Time (Before): Select the check box and adjust the date to show all alarms
before this date.
Cleared Time (After):

Select the check box and adjust the date and to show all
alarms after this date.

Cleared Time (Before): Select the check box and adjust the date and to show all
alarms before this date.
Cleared Status:

Select the status of the cleared alarms from the dropdown list.

Click Source >> to open the Alarm Source Configuration window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


NE Label:

Enter an NEs label.

NE:

Select an NE from the drop-down list.

Slot Number:

Select a slot number from the drop-down list.

Card Type:

Select a card type from the drop-down list.

Port Number:

Enter a port number.

TP Type:

Select a TP type from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to get the corresponding alarms shown
in the Active Alarm Search Result window.
6

Select an item in the alarms list and click Detail to open the Alarm Detail window.
In this window, all the alarms descriptions are displayed, including the reason it was
raised and the suggestion to solve the general alarms.

The active alarms are displayed.

5.2.2

Viewing Alarms History


The alarm history lists the alarms which have been cleared and acknowledged. To view the
alarm history, complete the following steps:
1

Right-click an alarm item in the Active Alarms window and the context menu is shown.
The function of each menu item is explained in the list:
Acknowledge All Alarms Select this menu item to change all the active alarms
In the System:
to acknowledged alarms in the alarm history list.
Acknowledge Alarm:

Select this menu item to move the selected alarms to the


alarm history list.

Clear Alarm:

Select this menu item to clear the selected alarm in the


system.

Alarm Detail:

Select this menu item to open the Alarm Detail window.

The alarms that have been acknowledged are now available in the alarm history list.
2

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > History Alarms menu item to open the
History Alarms window
The acknowledged alarms are shown in this window.

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Right-click an alarm history item in the History Alarms window and the context menu
shows up. The function of each menu item is explained in the list:
Delete All Alarms In Select this menu item to get rid of all the alarms from the
The Domain:
history alarms list.
Delete Alarm:

Select this menu item to delete the selected alarm item from the
alarm history list.

Alarm Detail:

Select this menu item to open the Alarm Detail window.

The alarm history is now displayed.

5.2.3

Viewing Events
Events indicate a change in the status of the system related to managing and administrating
the system, such as a user logging in to the NE or a change to a configuration option. The
NE provides a list with all the event logs.
To view all the events of an NE, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Events menu item.
The Events window is opened.

Click Search to open the Event Search window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


ID (>=):

Select the check box and enter an integer for querying.

ID (<):

Select the check box and enter an integer for querying.

Raised Time (After):

Select the check box to adjust the date and time.

Raised Time (Before):

Select the check box to adjust the date and time.

Event Description:

Enter the description as the condition for searching events.

Click OK to confirm the settings and the search results are displayed in the Event
Search Result window.
The event logs are displayed according to the search conditions.

5.2.4

Configuring the Storage Policy of the Event Log


To configure the storage policy of the event log, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Event Log Configuration menu item.
The Event Log Configuration window is opened.

Select the desired item from the Event Log Policy drop-down list and click Apply to
confirm the settings.
Click OK to close the window.

The storage policy of event log is now configured.

5.2.5

Configuring Alarm Rule Switch


To configure the alarm rule switch, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Alarm Rule Switch Configuration menu
item.
The Alarm Rule Switch Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings: Select Enable or Disable from the LOF Monitoring
Switch drop-down list and click Apply to confirm the settings.
RS-LOF Monitoring
Switch:

Select Enable or Disable from the drop-down list to


enable or disable the switch function of Regeneration
Section-Loss Of Frame.

TU-LOM Monitoring
Switch:

Select Enable or Disable from the drop-down list to


enable or disable the switch function of Tributary Unit- Loss
Of Multi-frame.

TU-LOP Monitoring
Switch:

Select Enable or Disable from the drop-down list to


enable or disable the switch function of Tributary Unit- Loss
Of Pointer.

Click OK to close the window.


The alarm rule switch is now configured.

5.2.6

Configuring AIS/RDI Alarm


Upon detecting a failure, in addition to generating and sending alarms to systems, NEs
should also send AIS or RDI in the forward and backward directions, respectively, in order to
notify downstream and upstream nodes that a failure has occurred.
To configure the AIS/RDI alarm, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > AIS/RDI Alarm Configuration menu item.
The AIS/RDI Alarm Enabled Configuration window is opened.

Click the Query button to see the current AIS and RDI configuration status.

Expand the branches and select the check box to change the current configuration in
the AIS Configuration area or in the RDI Configuration area.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The AIS/RDI alarms are now configured.

5.2.7

Inhibiting Alarms
Inhibiting Alarms by Port
To configure the alarm inhibit by port, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Alarm Inhibit Configuration menu item.
The Alarm Inhibit Configuration window is opened.

Expand the branches and select the check box to enable the alarm inhibit function. Click
Apply to confirm the settings.

The alarms have now been inhibited as desired.

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Inhibiting Alarms by Alarm Type


To configure the alarm inhibit by type, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Alarm Type List Management menu item.
The Alarm Type List Management window is opened.

Select an alarm item and right-click it within column of Inhibit and select Enabled from
the context menu to enable the inhibit function.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The alarms have now been inhibited as desired.

5.2.8

Changing the Severity of Alarms


To modify the severity of an alarm, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Alarm Type List Management menu item.
The Alarm Type List Management window is opened.

Select an alarm item and right-click it within column of User Defined Severity. Then
select the desired alarm severity from the context menu.

The modified alarm severity will turn red.


The severity of alarms are now changed.

5.2.9

Modifying Alarm Persistent Time


There are two parameters for the persistent time. One is the alarm detection persistent time
and the other is the alarm clearing persistent time. The alarm persistent time is the period for
detecting an alarm and the default value should be 2 seconds. The alarm clearing persistent
time is the period for clearing an alarm and the default value should be 10 seconds.
To configure the alarm persistent time, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Fault > Alarm Persistent Time Configuration
menu item.
The Alarm Persistent Time Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Alarm Detection
Persistent Time:

Select the desired number from the drop-down list.

Alarm Clearing
Persistent Time:

Select the desired number from the drop-down list.

Click Apply button to confirm the settings.


The alarm persistent time is modified.

5.2.10

Configuring Alarm Out


The output of alarms is used for the external equipment which is connected via the interface
ALM in the SI or SI-E card. To configure the alarm output status, complete the following
steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Alarm Out Configuration menu
item.
The Alarm Out Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings:


Alarm Out Suppress:

Click the radio button to suppress alarms permanently.

Alarm Out Cutoff:

Select the check box to cut off alarms once.

Enable CR/MJ Alarm out:

Select the check box to enable the critical or major alarm


output when the Alarm Out Cutoff is not selected.

Enable Minor Alarm out:

Select the check box to enable the minor alarm output


when the Alarm Out Cutoff is not selected.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.


The alarm out is now configured.

5.2.11

Configuring Audio Alarm


To configure the audio alarm, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT main window menu, select the System > Audio Alarm Config menu item.
The Audio Alarm Configuration window is opened.

In the Audio Alarm Enabled/Disabled area, click the Audio Alarm Enabled or Audio
Alarm Disabled radio button to enable or disable the audio alarm function.

Configure the following five settings if the audio alarm function is enabled:
Critical Alarm Audio File:

Select the desired critical alarm audio file from the dropdown list.

Major Alarm Audio File:

Select the desired major alarm audio file from the dropdown list.

Minor Alarm Audio File:

Select the desired minor alarm audio file from the dropdown list.

Warning Alarm Audio File: Select the desired file as the warning alarm audio file from
the drop-down list.
Clear Alarm Audio File:

Select the desired clear alarm audio file from the dropdown list.

In the Alarm Audio Play Times Configuration area, select the desired times from the
Alarm Audio Play Times drop-down list when the audio alarm function is enabled.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

The audio alarm is now configured.

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This chapter provides task description and additional information within the scope of
administrating the FLASHWAVE 4570 system.

6.1

Data Communication Network Management


The DCN system implements a TCP/IP based inter-NE communication system. It provides
an embedded network communication infrastructure for the MSTP systems management
system. It is an embedded sub-network of SDH network, which is independent to the service
traffic carried by SDH.

Application Layer

TNMS-MP

Network Layer

Data Link Layer

Static Routing

OSPF

Ethernet

PPP / Multi-link
PPP/LAPD
SDH
DCC bytes

Physical Layer

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DCN Structure

In Layer 2, PPP and MP are used.


PPP provides a standard method for transporting MP datagrams over point-to-point links.
PPP is comprised of three main components.
1.
2.
3.

A method for encapsulating MP datagrams.


A Link Control Protocol (LCP) for establishing, configuring, and testing the data link
connection.
A family of Network Control Protocols (NCPs) for establishing and configuring different
network layer protocols.

Multi-link PPP supports the ability to extend the bandwidth between two NEs by allowing
multiple parallel point-to-point links to be bundled together into a single virtual high
bandwidth pipe, which increases the effective bandwidth between the NEs and reduces the
latency.
In Layer 3, OSPF protocol is used. OSPF is an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) used to
distribute routing information within a single Autonomous System (AS). The Regenerator
Section (RS) bytes D1, D2, D3, and the Multiplex Section (MS) bytes D4, D5, D6 to D12 are

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standard Layer 1 DCC in the SDH frame structure. High Capacity Overhead Channel
(HCOC) bytes 9/27 are also used in this product.

6.1.1

Configuring NE IP and Ethernet IP


Each NE has two types IP addresses:

NE IP: which is assigned to all DCC interfaces.


Ethernet IP: which is assigned to manage the Ethernet interface.

In the network, four related parameters are defined:

NE IP address: also named as Node IP address.

It is used as the global unique IP address of an NE, which represents the NE and
can be accessed by the LCT through DCC network.

A virtual DCC interface IP address. All PPP interfaces will share this IP address.

Ethernet IP address:

Used to communicate with LAN attached network devices.

The management interface IP address.


Ethernet IP subnet mask: The Ethernet management interface IP subnet mask.
NE gateway: It is the IP address of the router interface which is used for the default NE
routing.

Modifying NE IP Address
To modify the NE IP address, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > Change NE IP menu item.
The Change NE IP window is opened.

Enter the new IP address for the NE and click OK to confirm the settings.
The NE IP address is now configured.

Modifying Ethernet IP Address


To modify the Ethernet IP address, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > Change Ethernet IP menu item.
The Change Ethernet IP window is opened.

Enter the new IP address and subnet mask, and click OK to confirm the settings.

The Ethernet IP address is configured.

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The NE IP address and the Ethernet IP address can neither be the same nor begin with
127.

Configuring NE Trap Destination


SNMP is an application layer protocol that facilities the exchange of management
information between network devices. It enables network administrators to manage network
performance, find and solve network problems, and plan for network growth. SNMP traps
enable an agent to notify the management station of significant events by way of an
unsolicited SNMP message.
The NE trap destination in the FLASHWAVE 4570 network allows the system administration
client to communicate with the NEs.

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To modify the NE trap destination, complete the following steps:


1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE Trap Destination
Configuration menu item.
The Trap Destination window is opened.

Select the desired item in the IP address list and click Add/Delete to modify the trap
destination.

The NE trap destination is now configured.

6.1.3

Configuring DCC Mode Based on Port


The SDH DCCs are used to transfer Operation, Administration, Maintenance, and
Provisioning (OAM&P) messages between NEs.
To configure the data link protocol for each port, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > DCC Management menu item.
The DCC Management window is opened.

Select the desired port from the list and click Modify to enter the modification interface.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


MS DCC Mode:

Select Normal, Transparent, or Disabled from the


dropdown list.

MS DCC Protocol:

Select PPP, IP over OSI(OSI Tunnel), or OSI over


IP(GRE Tunnel) from the drop-down list when the MS
DCC Mode is Normal.

MS Destination Slot:

Select the desired slot from the drop-down list when the
MS DCC Mode is Transparent.

MS Destination Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list when the
MS DCC Mode is Transparent.

RS DCC Mode:

Select Normal, Transparent, or Disabled from the


dropdown list.

RS DCC Protocol:

Select PPP, IP over OSI (OSI Tunnel), or OSI over IP


(GRE Tunnel) from the drop-down list when the RS DCC
Mode is Normal.

RS Destination Slot:

Select the desired slot from the drop-down list when the
RS DCC Mode is Transparent.

RS Destination Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list when the
RS DCC Mode is Transparent.

HCOC9 DCC Mode:

Select Normal, Transparent, or Disabled from the


dropdown list.

HCOC9 DCC
Protocol:

Select PPP, IP over OSI(OSI Tunnel), or OSI over


IP(GRE Tunnel) from the drop-down list when the
HCOC9 Mode is Normal.

HCOC9 Destination
Slot:

Select the desired slot from the drop-down list when the
HCOC9 DCC Mode is Transparent.

HCOC9 Destination
Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list when the
HCOC9 DCC Mode is Transparent.

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HCOC27 DCC Mode:

Select Normal, Transparent, or Disabled from the


dropdown list.

HCOC27 DCC
Protocol:

Select PPP, IP over OSI(OSI Tunnel), or OSI over


IP(GRE Tunnel) from the drop-down list when the
HCOC27 DCC Mode is Normal.

HCOC27 Destination
Slot:

Select the desired slot from the drop-down list when the
HCOC27 DCC Mode is Transparent.

HCOC 9 and HCOC 27 can not be enabled on the same port.

The maximum number of HCOC 9 on a single NE is 36 when there is no


HCOC 27 configured on the NE. But for HCOC 27 the maximum number is
only 4.

The maximum number of HCOC 9 is 6 on a single card. For HCOC 27 the


maximum number on a single card is 2.

The maximum number of MS DCC and RS DCC is 96.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.


The DCC mode based on port is configured.

6.1.4

Configuring MP Bundle
To configure the MP bundle, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > MP Bundle Configuration menu item.
The MP Bundle window is opened.

In this window click Create to open the Create MP Bundle window.

Enter the bundles IP address which is the node IP in the MP Bundle IP Address text
box.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

Select an item from the MP Bundle Information list and click Delete to delete the MP
bundle item.

The MP Bundle is now configured.

6.1.5

Configuring E1 DCC
To configure the E1 DCC, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > Embedded E1 DCC Configuration menu
item.
The Embedded E1 DCC Configuration window is opened.

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DCC Channel:

Select DCC Channel 1 or DCC Channel 2 from the dropdown


list.

Status:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list.

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Port:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

CTP:

Select the desired Cross-Connection Terminal Point (CTP)


from the drop-down list.

Enter the bundles IP address which is the node IP in the MP Bundle IP Address text
box.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

Select an item from the MP Bundle Information list and click Delete to delete the MP
bundle item.

The E1 DCC is now configured.

6.1.6

Configuring OSPF
In OSPF there are several concepts that need to be introduced first.
1.

2.

3.

Link State Algorithm (LSA) and Shortest Path Algorithm (SPA): OSPF uses the Link
State to describe the whole network. The state of the link is a description of that
interface and of its relationship to its neighboring routers. A description of the interface
includes, for example, the IP address of the interface, the mask, the type of network it is
connected to, the routers connected to the network and so on. The collection of all these
link states forms a link state database.
Areas, Area Border Routers (ABR) and Autonomous System Border Routers (ASBR):
OSPF introduces the areas concept to avoid link state packets flooding in all networks.
Routers, which belong to different areas are called ABRs, act as a gateway between
OSPF and other routing protocols or other autonomous system are ASBRs.
Neighbors and adjacencies: Before a router accepts any routing information from other
OSPF routes, they have to build an adjacency on their interfaces between the routers.
When the adjacency is built, the two routers are called neighbors. Neighbor is a special
relationship between the two routers. The two routers which are neighbors should have
the same parameters such as: area ID and type, hello, and dead interval.
Only when the DCC Mode is Normal and the DCC Protocol is PPP or IP over OSI(OSI
Tunnel) for the corresponding card, then the OSPF settings are available to be modified.

OSPF General Settings


To configure OSPF general settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF General menu item.
The OSPF General window is opened.

Select an item from the list and click Detail to open the Modify OSPF General window.
Configure the following settings if applicable:
Router ID:

Enter the node IP or a host IP address.

Administrative
Status:

Select Enabled or Disabled to set the state.

AS Border Router:

Select True or False to indicate the router is configured as an


Autonomous System Border router.

Click Apply and Yes to confirm the settings.


The OSPF settings are now configured.

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Configuring an OSPF Area


To configure OSPF area settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF Areas menu item.
The OSPF Area window is opened.

Click Add to open the Add OSPF Areas window. Configure the following settings if
applicable:
Area ID:

Enter an IP address. The default 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF


backbone but it still needs to be created manually.

Area Summary:

Select the area summary type from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and create a new OSPF area.
3

Select an item in the OSPF Areas window and click Detail to open the Modify OSPF
Areas window.

Select the desired area summary type from the Area Summary drop-down list.
Click Apply and Yes to confirm the settings.

Select an item in the OSPF Areas window and click Delete and Yes to delete the item.

A new OSPF area has now been created and modified.

The maximum number of areas on a single NE is 32.

Configuring OSPF Interface Settings


To modify the OSPF interface, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF Interfaces menu item.
The OSPF Interface window is opened.

Select an item from the list and click Detail to open the Modify OSPF Interface window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Area ID:

Select the desired area ID from the drop-down list.

Administrative Status:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Router Priority:

Enter a number as the routers priority.

Transmission Delay (s):

Enter a number presenting the transit delay in seconds.

Retransmission
Interval (s):

Enter a number presenting the retransmission interval.

Hello Interval (s):

Enter a number of seconds to set the interval of the hello


packet sent by the router on the interface.

Router Dead Interval (s): Enter a number of seconds. If the hello packets have not
been seen during this period, the router's neighbors will
declare the router down.
Click Apply and Yes to confirm the settings.
The OSPF interface settings are now configured.
Configuring Interface Metrics
To modify the OSPF IF metrics, complete the following steps:
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The OSPF Interface Metric window is opened.


2

Click Refresh to get OSPF interface metrics item(s) in the window.

Select the desired item and click Detail to open the Modify OSPF Interface Metric
window.

Enter a new value in the Value text box and click Apply to confirm the settings.

The OSPF interface metrics are now configured.


Viewing OSPF Neighbor
To view the OSPF neighbor information, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF Neighbors menu item.
The OSPF Neighbor window is opened.

Click Refresh to show all the information of the OSPF neighbor.

The information of the OSPF neighbor is displayed.


Configuring OSPF Area Aggregate
To configure the OSPF area aggregate, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF Area Aggregates menu
item.
The OSPF Area Aggregate window is opened.

In this window, click Add to open the Add OSPF Area Aggregate window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Area ID:

Enter an IP address for the area.

Network Address:

Enter an IP address as the network address.

Mask:

Enter the mask address.

Effect:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
4

In the OSPF Area Aggregate window select an item and click Delete and Yes to delete
the OSPF area aggregate.

The OSPF area aggregate is now configured.


Viewing the OSPF Link State Database
To view the OSPF LSDB, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF LSDB menu item in the chassis
main menu. The OSPF LSDB window is opened. All the details of OSPF LSDB are
displayed.
Viewing the OSPF External Link State Database
To view the OSPF external LSDB, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF External LSDB menu
item in the chassis main menu. The OSPF External LSDB window is opened. All the details
of the OSPF external LSDB are displayed.

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Viewing OSPF Routing


To view the IP routing list, select the DCN > OSPF > OSPF Routing Table menu item in the
chassis main menu to open the OSPF Routing Table window. In this window, all the details
of IP routing are shown.

6.1.7

Configuring OSI Tunnel


Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model is a reference model developed by the
International Organization for Standardization (IOS) as a conceptual framework of standards
for communication in the network across different equipment and applications by different
vendors.

Only when the DCC Mode is Normal and the DCC Protocol is IP over OSI(OSI Tunnel)
for the corresponding port, will the OSI settings be available to be modified.

To configure the OSI tunnel, complete the following steps:


1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > OSI Tunnel menu item.
The OSI Tunnel Configuration window is opened.

Select an item from the list and click Detail to open the Modify OSI Tunnel window.

Configure the following settings:


Network Side:

Select a desired network side type.

LAPD T200 (ms):

Enter a number in milliseconds for Link Access Protocol on


the D channel (LAPD) T200.

LAPD T203 (s):

Enter a number in seconds for T203.

LAPD N200:

Enter a number for N200.

LAPD AITS:

Select if Acknowledged Information Transfer Service (AITS) is


needed or not.

LAPD Window:

Enter a number for the LAPD window.

ESIS Config Timer (s): Enter a number of seconds to configure Electronic Store
Information System (ESIS).
CLNS TTL:

Enter a number of seconds for Connectionless Network


Service (CLNS) Time To Live (TTL).

Local NSAP:

Enter the local Network Service Access Point (NSAP) address.

Remote NSAP:

Enter the remote NSAP address.

Destination IP:

Enter the destination IP address.

MTU:

Enter a number for the Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU).

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.

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The settings of Local NSAP and Remote NSAP of the first NE should be the same
as those of the second NE respectively.
The Destination IP setting should be the same on either the first NE or the second
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The maximum number of the OSI tunnels between two NEs is one, but on a single NE
the maximum OSI tunnel number is two.
The OSI tunnel settings are now configured.

6.1.8

Configuring GRE Tunnel


GRE is a mechanism for encapsulating any network layer protocol over any other network
layer protocol. Tunneling provides a way to encapsulate packets inside of a transport
protocol. Tunneling is implemented as a virtual interface to provide a simple interface for
configuration. The GRE Tunnel feature enables network elements to transport CLNS traffic
over an IP network. A CLNS over IP enhances interactions with IP networks, allowing ESIS
protocol packets in GRE encapsulation to be tunneled through the IP address to connect the
CLNS based networks over an IP overlay network.
The GRE tunnel includes two types of tunnels. One is IP over OSI tunnel and the other is IP
over IP tunnel.

Only when the DCC Mode is Normal and the DCC Protocol is OSI over IP(GRE
Tunnel) of the corresponding card, will the GRE settings be available to be modified.

Creating an OSI Over IP Tunnel


To configure the IP over OSI tunnel, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > GRE Tunnel Configuration menu item.
The GRE Tunnel Configuration window is opened.

Select an item from the list and click Detail to open the Modify GRE Tunnel window.

Configure the following settings:

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Network Side:

Select a desired network side type.

LAPD T200 (ms):

Enter a number in milliseconds for LAPD T200.

LAPD T203 (s):

Enter a number in seconds for T203.

LAPD N200:

Enter a number for N200.

LAPD AITS:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

LAPD Window:

Enter a number for the LAPD windows number.

Destination IP:

Enter an IP address for the destination.

Bypass:

Select False or True to disable or enable the bypass function


from the drop-down list.

Destination Card:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list when Bypass
is True.

Destination Port:

Select the desired card from the drop-down list when Bypass
is True.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The maximum number of the GRE bypass channels supported in a single NE is 3


pairs.

The maximum number of the items of IP tunnels and OSI in a single NE is 10.

When Bypass is set as False, Network Side and Destination IP of the peer-topeer NEs should match.

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The IP over OSI tunnel settings are now configured.


Configuring an IP Over IP Tunnel
To create/modify/delete an IP over IP tunnel, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the DCN > IP Over IP Configuration menu item.
The IP Over IP Configuration window is opened.

Click Create to open the Add IP Over IP window.

Configure the following settings:


IP Address:

Enter the source IP address.

IP Mask:

Enter the source IP mask.

Destination IP Address: Enter the destination IP address.


MTU:

Enter a number for the MTU.

Click OK to confirm the creation.


4

To view/modify a IP over IP tunnel, select an item in the IP Over IP Configuration


window and click View/Modify.
The Modify IP Over IP window is opened.

Enter a new number in the MTU text box and click Apply to confirm the settings and
click OK to close the window.

To delete an IP over IP tunnel, select an item in the IP Over IP Configuration window


and click Delete to delete the IP over IP tunnel.

The maximum number of IP over IP tunnels in a single NE is 20.

The IP over IP tunnel is now configured.

6.1.9

Configuring IP Route
A route entry is used for IP packet forwarding, with an interface and gateway to use in a
packet/destination address, based on the next hop. The primary purpose of the route table is
to define routes from temporary or permanent gateway NEs to routers, TNMS systems, or
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers in the customer IP network:

Static routes must be manually created from a permanent gateway NE when the
customer IP network has a router between the DCN and the TNMS system. Otherwise,
no static route is necessary (i.e., the TNMS system and the permanent gateway NE are
in the same IP network).

When accessing a specific NE in the DCN via a gateway NE (permanent or temporary),


a route entry to the TNMS system/LCT (destination) is automatically created in the
specific NE via that gateway NE (next hop).

Route entries can also be used for reaching SNMP trap receivers via a permanent
gateway NE.

Static IP Route
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The Static Routing and Default Gateway Configuration window is opened.


2

Click Add to open the Add Static Routing and Default Gateway Configuration window.

Configure the following settings as desired to create a new static route:


Destination:

Enter the destination IP address.

Mask:

Enter the mask address of the IP static routes.

Next Hop:

Enter the next hop IP address.

Interface Index (Hex):

Enter the interface.

Administrative Status: Select Up or Down from the drop-down list.


Path Cost:

Enter a number which presents the cost of the IP static routes.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
4

Select an item from the list in the IP Static Route and Gateway window and click Detail
to open the Modify IP Static Route and Gateway window.

Configure the following settings:


Administrative Status: Select Up or Down from the drop-down list.
Path Cost:

Enter a number which presents the cost of the IP static routes.

Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
6

Select an item from the list in the IP Static Route and Gateway window and click
Delete to delete the static IP route.

The IP static route is now configured.

6.2

Configuration Management
The following sub-chapters describe configuration management tasks.

6.2.1

Rebooting/Shutting Down NE
The NE can be either warm rebooted or cold rebooted.
Warm Rebooting NE
To warm reboot the NE, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE > Configuration > Warm Reboot NE menu
item.

Click Yes to confirm the action.

Warm rebooting the NE will cause the NE to go offline for a moment and the DCC may
be blocked during rebooting as well.

Cold Rebooting NE
To cold reboot the NE, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the NE > Configuration > Cold Reboot NE menu
item.

Click Yes to confirm the action.

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Cold rebooting the NE will cause the NE to go offline for a moment and the traffic will be
lost during this time, DCC may be blocked during rebooting as well.

Shutting Down NE
To shut down the NE, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE > Configuration > Shut Down NE menu item.

Click Yes to confirm the action.

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6.2.2

Shutting down the NE will cause the NE to go offline and it will not be managed by the
network management system. After shutting down the NE, the user should turn the NE
power off and on and restart the LCT.

Rebooting Cards
Warm Rebooting a Card
To warm reboot a card, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a card and select Warm Reboot Card menu item.

Click Yes to confirm the action.

Warm reboot card will cause the card to go offline for a moment.

Cold Rebooting a Card


To cold reboot a card, complete the following steps:
1

In the LCT chassis view, right-click a card and select Cold Reboot Card menu item.

Click Yes to confirm the action.

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Cold reboot card will cause the card traffic loss.

When the SC card is rebooting, the NE will be offline.

Configuring NE/Card/Port Property


To configure the NE/card/port property, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE > NE Property
Configuration menu item.
The NE Properties Configuration window is opened.

The user can verify the version of software and hardware by checking the version
number of Software Version and Hardware Version. In addition, the user can
configure the following settings:
NE Label:

Enter a label for the NE.

Location:

Enter the location of the NE.

Description:

Enter the description for the NE.

Contact:

Enter some contact information.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

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Double-click a row which indicates a physical card in the Card List and the Card
Properties Configuration window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Card Label:

Enter a string for the label of the card.

Card Description:

Enter a string to describe the card.

Temperature Threshold: Click the spin box to adjust the threshold temperature.
Temperature Clear:

Click the spin box to adjust the clear temperature.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The Temperature Threshold and Temperature Clear items can not always be
configured. It depends on which type of card is selected.
The card configuration is now finished.

The port configuration depends on which card properties configuration window is


opened.
a)

If an HOCC, LOCC, SC, SI, SI-E, IO, or FAN card is chosen, the Port List area is
not available.

b)

If an STM or STM-1/E card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area, the
Port Properties Configuration window is opened.

c)

If an STM-1/E card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area, the STM 1E
Port Properties Configuration window is opened.

d)

If an E1 card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area. The E1 Port
Properties Configuration window is opened.

e)

If an E3/DS3 card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area. The E3/DS3
Port Properties Configuration window is opened.

f)

If a transparent Ethernet card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area.
The LAN Port Properties Configuration window is opened.

g)

If a Layer 2 Ethernet card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area. The
L2 LAN Port Properties Configuration window is opened.

h)

If an RPR card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area. The RPR Client
Port Config window is opened. For the details in this window, please refer to the
Chapter 4.6.7.

i)

If an OA card is chosen, double-click a row in the Port List area. The OA Port
Properties window is opened.

For different windows please refer to the corresponding description.


a)

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In the Port Properties Configuration window, the following settings can be


configured:
Port Label:

Enter a label for the port.

Port Mode:

Select the desired port mode from the drop-down list.

Port Admin Mode:

Select to enable or disable the administration mode


from the drop-down list.

Auto Laser
Shutdown:

Select Yes or No to enable or disable the function


from the drop-down list.

Port ALS Mode:

Select the desired Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS)


mode from the drop-down list.

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Working Mode:
b)

c)

d)

Select the desired working mode from the drop-down


list. This item is only available for the 8 x STM-4/1 card.

In the STM 1E Port Properties Configuration window, the following settings can be
configured:
Port Label:

Enter a string as the name of the port.

Port Mode:

Select the desired port mode from the drop-down list.

Port Admin Mode:

Select to enable or disable the administration mode


from the drop-down list.

In the E1 Port Properties Configuration window, the following settings can be


configured:
Port Selection:

Select the desired port from the drop-down list.

Port Label:

Enter a string as the name of the port.

Port Mode:

Select Auto Mode, Monitor Mode, or Non-monitor Mode


from the drop-down list.

Port Admin Mode:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Re-timing Status:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Expected Frame
Structure:

Select Framed or Unframed from the drop-down list.

CRC Multiframe
Detector:

Select Deactivated or Activated from the drop-down list.


This settings is only available when the Expected
Frame Structure is Unframed.

In the E3/DS3 Port Properties Configuration window, the following settings can be
configured:
Working Mode:

Select E3 or DS3 from the drop-down list.

Port Label:

Enter a string as the name of the port.

Port Mode:

Select Auto Mode, Monitor Mode, or Non-monitor Mode


from the drop-down list.

Port Admin Mode:

Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down list.

Impedance Mode:

Select OHM_75 or OHM_120 from the drop-down list.

Expected Frame
Structure:

Select the desired item from the drop-down list.

e)

For the transparent Ethernet port properties please see Chapter 4.5.1 step 3 and
for the Layer 2 Ethernet port properties please see Chapter 4.5.6 step 3 to step 9.

f)

In the OA Port Properties window:


Click the Basic tab. The following settings can be configured:
Port Label:

Enter a string as the label of the port.

Alarm Monitor:

Select the desired monitor mode from the drop-down list.

Admin Mode:

Select the desired administration mode from the


dropdown list.

Click the Module tab and click Restore Default to set all the settings as the default
value. Otherwise, configure the following settings manually:
Auto Shutdown:

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Operation Mode:

Select the desired setting from the dropdown list.

Output Power:

Click the spin box to adjust the value when the


Operation Mode is Constant Power.

Gain:

Click the spin box to adjust the value when the


Operation Mode is Constant Power.

Shutdown Output when Click the spin box to adjust the low threshold.
Input Optical Low
Threshold:
Input Optical Power Low Click the spin box to adjust the input power threshold.
Threshold:
Output Optical Power
Low Threshold:

Click the spin box to adjust the low temperature


threshold.

Temperature Low
Threshold:

Click the spin box to adjust the low temperature


threshold.

Temperature High

Click the spin box to adjust the high temperature


threshold.

Threshold:
Click Apply to confirm the settings and click OK to close the window.
The NE/card/port properties are now configured.

6.2.4

Configuring NE Time
The NE time can only be configured if there is no NTP server available. Once an NTP server
is configured, the NE time is automatically overridden.
To configure the NE time, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE Time Setting menu item.
The NE Time Setting window is opened.

In this window, the user can do the following configurations:

Select Disabled from the Network Time Protocol drop-down list. Then the
Network Element Time drop-down list box is enabled for modification.

Select Enabled from the Network Time Protocol drop-down list. Then enter the IP
address in the NTP Time Server IP text box and select the desired item from the
NTP Request Periods drop-down list.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The NE time is now configured.

6.2.5

Synchronizing NE/Card
Synchronizing NE
To synchronize the NE, which includes synchronization of the configuration, alarm, and
performance data with the NE time, complete the following steps:
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The NE Synchronization window is opened.


2

Select the corresponding check box to synchronize NE configuration data, Alarm data,
and History Performance data.
Click OK to confirm the settings.

The NE synchronization is done.


Synchronizing Card
To synchronize the card with the NE database, complete the following steps:
1

Right-click a card in the LCT chassis view, select the Synchronize Card menu item.

Click Yes in the confirmation window to confirm the operation.


Click OK to finish synchronizing card.

The card is now synchronized.

6.2.6

Managing Synchronization
Synchronization information is transmitted through the network via synchronization network
connections. These synchronization network connections are in different synchronization
levels. Each synchronization network connection is provided by one or more synchronization
link connections, each supported by a synchronized primary or secondary rate of SDH
multiplex section trail. The timing references are those that have been selected from the
clock source as candidates for the basis of the system timing. These references are
prioritized and monitored on their quality, and they take part in the synchronization switching
procedure.
There are three Quality Levels (QL) of synchronization clocks defined by ITU-T. They are
listed below from the highest level to the lowest level.

Primary Reference Clock (PRC): It is using single clock frequency supplied by the clock
signal source to operate all NEs in the SDH network. It has the highest level priority.
Enhanced Synchronization Supply Unit (SSU): It has the second level priority.
SDH Equipment Clock (SEC): It has the lowest level priority.

The synchronization management includes four parts:


Modifying timing source reference properties
Configuring global settings
Modifying the station clock settings
Modifying the system clock settings
Modifying timing source reference properties
To modify a timing source reference properties, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Synchronization Management
menu item.
The Synchronization Management window is opened.

Double-click the desired item which has not yet been referenced to open the Timing
Source Property window.
Select the Force DNU check box which indicates it can not be referenced as the timing
source for other NEs, where DNU represents Do Not Use.

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Right-click a row in the Timing Source and Status list and select Add menu item to add
it as the timing reference.

Double-click the just referenced timing source and the Reference Properties window is
opened.

Modify the following parameters:


Priority:

Select 1 to 255 from the drop-down list. The larger number


represents a lower priority.

Lockout:

Select from Yes or No. If Yes is selected, the timing source


cannot be used by the system clock.

Monitored:

If Monitored is selected, the timing reference related alarms


can be reported.

Wait to Restore Time


(minutes):

Select from 0 to 12. It presents the time requalification


of a synchronization source after a failure.

SSM Mode:

Select SDH or SONET.

Overwrite incoming QL:

If Auto is selected, the system will use the QL timing


reference in the received frame. Otherwise, the system will
use the QL signal provisioned by the user.

Overwrite incoming

If the Overwrite incoming QL is Provisioning, select

QL with value:

the desired item from the drop-down list.

Force DNU:

Select Yes or No to enable or disable the function.

Click Apply and OK when a confirmation window appears to confirm the settings.
The properties of a timing source reference are now modified.

Configuring global settings


To configure the global settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Synchronization Management
menu item.
The Synchronization Management window is opened.

Click Global Setting to open the Global Setting window.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


QL Mode:

Select Enable to enable the following settings.

Expected QL:

Select the desired QL from the drop-down list.

Auto Loop Prevention:

Select Yes to enable to prevent looping.

Click Apply to confirm the settings.

Modifying the station clock settings


The station clock input can be extracted from external clock interface, such as 2 Mbps
framed or unframed signal and 2 MHz signal. The station clock output can select the system
clock or any one of the timing references as its reference. When the auto loop prevention
function is enabled on the station clock and the system clock is locked on this station clock
input port, DNU should be chosen as the timing source. The timing source is selected as the
station clock output reference when the station clock output status is normal. To modify the
station clock settings, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > Synchronization Management
menu item.
The Synchronization Management window is opened.

Click Station Clock to open the Station Clock Setting window.

Under the Station Clock Input tab there are two tabs, Station Clock Input 1 and
Station Clock Input 2. The following parameters are modifiable:
Monitored Status:
Type:
Sa bit:
Interface
Independence:

Select the desired monitor state from the drop-down list.


Select the desired signal format from the drop-down list.
Select the desired bit from the drop-down list.
Select the desired impedance from the drop-down list.

Click the Station Clock Output tab and the Station Clock Output 1 or Station Clock
Output 2 tab. The following parameters are changeable:
Monitored
Status:

Select the desired monitor state from the drop-down list.

Signal Type:
Sa bit:

Select the desired signal format from the drop-down list.


Select the desired bit for SSM message transported in 2
Mbps framed signal.

Output Type:

Select the desired type from the drop-down list.

Squelch Mode:

Select the desired squelch mode when the Output Type is


Squelch from the drop-down list.

Threshold:

Select the desired QL when the Output Type is auto.

Interface
Impedance:

Select 75 Ohm or 120 Ohm from the drop-down list.

Click the Station Clock Output tab and the Station Clock Output Reference tab, and
select the desired output reference from the drop-down list.
Click Apply to confirm the settings.

The system clock settings are now modified.

Modifying the system clock settings


The NE's clock circuit can be used as an independent clock source. There are three modes
for this operation:

Normal mode: This mode is synchronized with external timing input or SDH Line timing.
The system traces the timing reference source from one of the reference sources.
Holdover mode: When the clock circuit operates in a slave mode, all parameters, such
as frequency, phase, etc., are memorized. When the circuit loses the reference source,
for example by line failure, the stored data are used for continuous and seamless
operation. Thus, transmission disturbances caused by abrupt change of frequency and
phase can be avoided.
Free running mode: The internal clock which runs without a reference source will be
used when no reference source is available.

To modify the system clock settings, complete the following steps:


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The Synchronization Management window is opened.


2

Click System Clock to open the System Clock Properties window.

Select one of the radio buttons Free running, Holdover, or Auto Selection and click
Set Mode to set the operation mode.

Select the desired items in the Request and Reference drop-down lists and click
Switch to change the system clock from the previous one to the newly selected one.

If the Operation Mode is Auto Selection, the Request and Reference dropdown
list boxes are available to be modified.

Click Close to close the window.


The system clock settings are now modified.

6.2.7

Monitoring Resource
To monitor the NE resource, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE Resource Usage Statistics
menu item.
The Resource Usage Statistics window is opened.

Click an item to view the CTP Usage Detail. Click Statistics to get the latest TP usage
information of the selected port.

Click Close to confirm the monitoring.


The NE resource usage monitoring is now finished.

6.3

Software Management
The following sub-chapters describe the NE software management tasks.

6.3.1

Managing NE Software
To manage the NE software, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE Software Management
menu item.
The Software Management window is opened.

Click FTP Setting to open the FTP Setting window.

Configure the following settings:


FTP Server:

Enter an IP address as the FTP server.

User Name:

Enter a string as the login name.

Password:

Enter a string as the password for accessing the FTP server.

Click Apply and then click OK to confirm the settings.


4

Enter the software file name in the Software File Name text box and click Download to
get the software load file.

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If the user clicks Cancel when Getting is shown in the Operation Status area or
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settings. However, when the state of downloading is Copying (which is also shown
in the Operation Status area), if the user clicks Cancel or the process fails in this
state, the user can not switch the software.
5

Click Next to move to the Switch Active SC page.

Click Switch Software on Active SC to switch the load file.


Click Next to move to the Completed page.

Click Close to close the window and warm or cold reboot cards.
After rebooting the cards, the user can verify the software version by opening the
Software Management window. The active software version is shown in the Software
Information area.

The NE software is now configured.

6.3.2

Managing NE Management Information Base


The MIB can be saved in the Compact Flash (CF) card which is inserted in the SC card.
Normally the MIB is saved in the Board Flash (BF) active and there are two additional copies
included (CF active and CF backup) for backup purposes.
The MIB collects:

Data managed by the external interfaces.

Data used in the NE cards settings configuration.

Data used by the NE system controller card for internal activities.

When both the NE system controller card and its compact flash need to be replaced, the MIB
must be saved to prevent from losing of the configuration data. It is also recommended to
save the MIB once the NE commissioning or a service modification is complete.
Uploading an MIB means saving the MIB from the NE to a specific destination.
Downloading an MIB means restoring the MIB of the NE from a source destination.
Uploading MIB
To upload the MIB of an NE, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE MIB Management menu item.
The MIB Management window is opened.

Click the Upload tab and click the Browse button to browse and define the local path
for the file.

Click Upload MIB to upload the MIB file to the appointed folder. During the uploading
process, if the user clicks Cancel Upload the system will stop uploading the MIB.
The upload status is displayed in the Operation Status area.

The MIB is uploaded to the selected destination.

If the user clicks Clear MIB to remove the MIB file, a note is shown in the Operation
Status area to remind the user to reboot the NE.

Downloading MIB
To download the MIB of an NE, complete the following steps:

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In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE MIB Management menu item.
The MIB Management window is opened.

Click the Download tab and click Browse to browse and define the local path for the file.

Click Download MIB to download the MIB file to the NE. During the downloading
process, click Cancel to interrupt downloading.

Click Next to move to the Switch Active SC step. Click the Switch MIB on Active SC
button to switch the MIB file to the current one and click Next to move to the Reboot
Active SC step.

If the MIB file switch of has succeeded, a reminder is shown in the Operation
Status area.
After switching the MIB file, the user must reboot SC card before doing other MIB
modification.

Click the Warm or Cold radio button to choose either warm reboot or cold reboot for the
NE. According to the reminder information shown in the Operation Status area, the
user can choose warm reboot or cold reboot.

Click Reboot and click Yes to confirm the settings.

The MIB has been upgraded.


Saving MIB
To manually save the MIB, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the Configuration > NE MIB Management menu item.
The MIB Management window is opened.

Select the Manual Save tab and click MIB Manual Save to manually save the MIB file.
Click Refresh to refresh the whole interface and make sure the modification is
successful.

The MIB file has been manually saved.

6.4

Security Management
The following sub-chapters describe the security management tasks.

6.4.1

Managing NE User
Managing an NE user includes creating, deleting, and modifying the NE user.
Creating a User
To create a user account, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > NE User Management menu item.
The User Administration window is opened.

Click Add User to open the Add User window.

Configure the following settings in different areas if applicable.


a)

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User Name:

Enter the new name for the user account.

Password:

Enter the new password for the user account.

Confirm

Re-enter the password as entered in the Password text

Password:

box above.

Group:

Select the required group to which the account belongs to.

There are five types of user classes which are:

b)

c)

Administration: This group enables the full access of NE also including the
security operations.
Configuration: This group enables the full access of NE except security
operations.
Operation: This group enables the restricted read or write access to the NE for
service operation.
Maintenance: This group enables the NE access for maintenance and
monitoring.
Supervision: This group enables read-only access of NE.

In the Password Expiry area,


Never Expires:

Click the radio button to validate the password with no


expiration.

Expires after:

Click the radio button to enable the drop-down list and


select the desired date from the drop-down list.

Expires every
(days):

Click the spin box to adjust the number of days. This item
is available when the Expires after radio button is clicked.

In the Account Expiry area,


Never Expires:

Click the radio button to validate the account all the time.

Expires after:

Click the radio button to enable the drop-down list and


select the desired date from the drop-down list.

Account is disabled:

Select the check box to disable the user account.

Click OK to create the user account.


The user account is now created.
Modifying a User
To modify a user account, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > NE User Management menu item.
The User Administration window is opened.

Click the Profile tab and select a user account which is not currently logged on. Click
Modify User to open the Modify User window.

In the User Description area, configure the following parameters:


Password:

Enter the new password for the user account.

Confirm Password:

Re-enter the password as entered in the Password text box


above.

Account is disabled:

Select the check box to disable the user account.

Click OK to modify the user account.

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For the details in the Password Expiry and Account Expiry area, please refer to the
step 3 b) and 3 c) in the previous section.

The user account settings are now configured.


Deleting a User
To delete a user, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > User Administration menu item.
The User Administration window is opened.

Select a user account in the Profile list and click Delete User to open the Modify User
window.
Click Yes to confirm deleting.

The user account is now deleted.

6.4.2

Changing Password
To change the password, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Change Password menu item.
The Change Password window is opened.

Enter the following settings as desired:


Old Password:

Enter the old password of the user account.

New Password:

Enter the new password for the user account.

Confirm New

Re-enter the password entered in the New Password

Password:

text box above.

Click OK to change the NE user password.


The user can not change the password when there are other users logging in with the
same account at the same time.

The NE user password is changed.

6.4.3

Requesting Write Access


To request the rights for write access, complete the following steps if applicable:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Request Write Access menu item.

Click OK to confirm.

Requesting write access can only be requested if no other users obtain the write
access right.

The write access right is requested.

6.4.4

Releasing Write Access


To release the rights for write access, complete the following steps if applicable:
1

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The LCT will show a confirmation window which shows the write access right is released.

The write access right is released.

6.4.5

Viewing Writing Access Information


To view write access information, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Write Access Information menu
item.
The Write Access Information window is opened.

2 Click Close to close the window.


The write access information is displayed.

6.4.6

Setting Write Access Timeout


To set the write access timeout, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Write Access Settings menu item.
The Write Access Settings window is opened.

Configure the following settings if applicable:


Write Access Refresh (s): Enter a number for the write access refresh period, or click
the spin box to adjust the value.
Auto Cleanup (min):

Enter a number for the automatic cleanup period, or click


the spin box to adjust the value.

Click OK to confirm the settings and close the window.


The write access timeout period is now configured.

6.4.7

Configuring Security Settings


To configure the security settings, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Security Settings menu item.
The Security Settings window is opened.

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Minimum Length:

Click the spin box to adjust the minimum length of


password.

Maximum Invalid Login


Attempts:

Click the spin box to adjust the maximum number of


times of unsuccessfully logging in.

Log Size (lines):

Click the spin box to adjust the length of log file in lines.

Log Full Warning


Threshold (%):

Click the spin box to adjust the threshold in percentage.


When the size of logs reaches the set threshold for the
percentage of log entries, it launches a warning.

Log Full Behaviour:

Select Wrap Around or Stop from the drop-down list.

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Counter Threshold:

Click the spin box to adjust the number of times of


unauthorized access.

Threshold Crossing
Behaviour:

Select None, Alarm, or Disable Account from the


dropdown list.

Unsuccessful Logins
Exceeded:

Select the check box to enable to the launch the


alarms when the maximum number of unsuccessful logins
has been reached.

Account Expired /
Disabled:

Select the check box to enable to launch an alarms if


the account is disabled or expired.

Log Threshold
Warning:

Select the check box to enable the launch of an alarm


when the number of log entries reaches the log full
warning threshold.

Log Full Alarm:

Select the check box to enable the launch of alarms when


log entries are full.

Unauthorized Access:

Select the check box to enable the launch alarms when


there is an attempt at unauthorized access.

Click OK to confirm the settings and close the window.


The settings of security are now configured.

6.4.8

Uploading NE Security Log File


There are three types of logs supported in the FLASHWAVE 4570 LCT system which are:

NE log: automatically generated by the NE.


LCT operation log: records all the operations in the LCT.
Security log: records the login and logout information which is also called SNMPv3
security log.

To upload the security log file, complete the following steps:


1

In the chassis main menu, select the NE Security > Security Settings menu item.
The Security Settings window is opened.

Enter the file path in the Store to Path text box. Otherwise click the browse button to
define the location of the file and click Save to confirm the selection.
Click OK to confirm the settings.

The NE Log file is uploaded.

6.4.9

Managing Operation Log


To manage the operation log, complete the following steps:
1

In the chassis main window menu, select the System > Operation Log menu item.
The Operation Log window is opened.

Select the desired log(s) and click Clear to delete the items.
Click Yes to backup the operation logs and the Page Options window is opened.

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Paper:

Select the desired paper size from the drop-down list.

Orientation:

Click the Landscape or Portrait radio button.

Output:

Select the desired output type from the drop-down list.

Preview:

Click the Yes or No radio button to choose whether to


preview the result or not.

For example, if the Preview is Yes and the Output is Printer, click Print Content or
Print Screen to open the Print Preview window.
If the Preview is No and the Output is Printer, click Print Content or Print Screen to
open the Print window.

Choose the desired paper size and output type to backup the operation logs. After
backup click Yes in the confirmation window if is preferred to delete the operation logs.

The operation logs are now backed up.

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ABR

Area Border Router

ACL

Access Control List

AIS

Alarm Indication Signal

AITS

Acknowledged Information Transfer Service

ALS

Automatic Laser Shutdown

APS

Automatic Protection Switching

AS

Autonomous System

ASBR

Autonomous System Border Router

BBE

Background Block Error

BER

Bit Error Ratio

BF

Board Flash

BOA

Booster Optical Amplifier

BPDU

Bridge Protocol Data Unit

CC

Cross Connection

CF

Compact Flash

CIST

Common and Internal Spanning Tree

CLNS

Connectionless Network Service

COMN

Commissioning Manual

CoS

Class of Service

CRC

Cyclical Redundancy Check

CSES

Consecutive Severely Errored Second

CSF

Customer Signal Failure

CST

Common Spanning Tree

CT

Craft Terminal

CTP

Connection Terminal Point

DCC

Data Communication Channel

DCN

Data Communication Network

DEG

Degrade

DNS

Domain Name Server

DNU

Do Not Use

DSR

Dynamic Source Routing

EOW

Engineering Order Wire

EPG

Equipment Protection Group

ES

Errored Second

ESIS

Electronic Store Information System

FTP

File Transfer Protocol

GARP

Generic Attribute Registration Protocol

GE

Gigabit Ethernet

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GFP

Generic Framing Procedure

GRE

Generic Routing Encapsulation

GUI

Graphical User Interface

GVRP

GARP VLAN Registration Protocol

HCOC

High Capacity Overhead Channel

HOCC

High Order Cross Connection

IEEE

Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IGMP

Internet Group Management Protocol

IGP

Interior Gateway Protocol

IP

Internet Protocol

IO

Input Output

IOS

International Organization of Standardization

IPS

Inter Process Signal

ITMN

Installation and Test Manual

ITU-T

International Telecommunication Union-Telecommunication

LACP

Link Aggregation Control Protocol

LAG

Link Aggregation Group

LAN

Local Area Network

LAPD

Link Access Protocol on the D channel

LCAS

Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme

LCP

Link Control Protocol

LCT

Local Craft Terminal

LED

Light Emitting Diode

LOCC

Low Order Cross Connection

LOF

Loss Of Frame

LOM

Loss Of Multi-frame

LOP

Loss Of Pointer

LOS

Loss Of Signal

LSA

Link State Algorithm

LSDB

Link State Database

LSP

Label Switch Protocol

LSR

Label Switch Router

MAC

Media Access Control

MDI

Miscellaneous Discrete Input

MDO

Miscellaneous Discrete Output

MIB

Management Information Base

MP

Multi-link PPP

MS

Multiple Section

MSP

Multiplex Section Protection

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MS-SPRing

Multiplex Section-Shared Protection Ring

MST

Multiple Spanning Tree

MSTI

Multiple Spanning Tree Instance

MSTP

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol

MTU

Maximum Transfer Unit

NCP

Network Control Protocol

NE

Network Element

NNI

Network-Network Interface

NSAP

Network Service Access Point

NTP

Network Time Protocol

NUT

Non-pre-emptable Unprotected Traffic

OA

Optical Amplifier

OAM&P

Operation, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning

OFS

Out of Frame Second

OHCC

Over Head Cross Connection

OMN

Operating Manual

OSI

Open System Interconnection

OSPF

Open Shortest Path First

PC

Personal Computer

PD

Problem Determining

PDH

Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

PDU

Packet Data Unit

PJCN

Point Justification Count Negative

PJCP

Point Justification Count Positive

PM

Performance Monitoring

POA

Pre-Optical Amplifier

PPP

Point-to-Point Protocol

PRBS

Pseudo Random Binary Sequence

PRC

Primary Reference Clock

PSR

Path State Removed

PVID

Port VLAN ID

QL

Quality Level

RDI

Remote Defect Indication

RPR

Resilient Packet Ring

RS

Regenerator Section

RSTP

Resource Reservation Protocol

SC

System Controller

SDH

Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

SEC

SDH Equipment Clock

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SES

Severely Errored Second

SFP

Small Form-factor Pluggable

SI

System Interface

SI-E

System Interface with EOW function

SNCP

Sub-Network Connection Protection

SNMP

Simple Network Management Protocol

SONET

Synchronous Optical Network

SPA

Shortest Path Algorithm

SPT

Shortest Path Tree

SSM

SDH Synchronization Mode

SSU

Synchronization Supply Unit

STM

Synchronous Transfer Mode

STP

Spanning Tree Protocol

TCP

Transmission Control Protocol

TDM

Time Division Multiplexing

TED

Technical Description

TIM

Trace Identification Mismatch

TLCT

Total Loss of Capacity Transmit

TNMS

Telecommunication Network Management System

TP

Terminal Point

TSMN

Troubleshooting Manual

TTL

Time To Live

TU

Tributary Unit

UAP

Unavailable Period

UAS

Unavailable Second

VC

Virtual Container

VCG

Virtual Concatenation Group

VLAN

Virtual Local Area Network

WAN

Wide Area Network

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