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DAFTAR ISI

I.

BACK UP AND RESTORATION


1.1

SAVE/RESTORE CONFIGURATION DATA


1.1.1

Restore the Factory Default Settings


1.1.1.1 Precautions
1.1.1.2 Procedure: Restore Factory Default by Cold Start
1.1.1.3 Procedure: Restore Factory Default by Operating CID

1.2

RESTORE BACKUP DATA IN MSCB FLASH MEMORY


1.2.1

II

Procedure: Reset Package CPU

HARDWARE MAINTENANCE

2.1

LASER SHUTDOWN

2.1.1

Descriptions

2.1.1.1 Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS)


2.1.1.2 Forced Shutdown
2.1.1.3 ALS Manual Release

2.2

2.3

III

2.1.2

Apparatus

2.1.3

Procedure: Execute Forced Laser Shutdown

2.1.4

Procedure: Execute Manual Laser Release

FAN

2.2.1

Precautions

2.2.2

Task Flow

2.2.3

Apparatus

2.2.4

Procedure: Replace Fan

AIR FILTER

2.3.1

Task Flow

2.3.2

Apparatus

2.3.3

Procedure: Replace Air Filter

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
3.1 TIMING SOURCE SELECTION

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Timing Reference Switch Operation


3.1.1.1 Requirements
3.1.1.2 Parameters
3.1.1.3 Procedure: Operate Timing Source Selection

3.2 Release Wait-to-Restore Condition


3.2.1 Procedure: Release WTR Condition

3.3. TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE


3.3.1 LOOPBACK LINE FACILITY MAINTENANCE
3.3.2 Facility Loopback
3.3.2.1 For STMn Optical Facilities
3.3.2.2 For E12/E31/E32 Facility
3.3.2.3 Procedure: Perform Facility Loopback
3.3.2.4 Procedure: Release Facility Loopback
3.3.3 Terminal Loopback
3.3.3.1 For STMn Optical Facility
3.3.3.2 For E12/E31/E32 Facility
3.3.3.3 Procedure: Perform Terminal Loopback
3.3.3.4 Procedure: Release Terminal Loopback
3.3.4 Remote Terminal Loopback
3.3.4.1 For E12/E31/E32 Facility
3.3.4.2 Procedure: Perform Remote Terminal Loopback
3.3.4.3 Procedure: Release Remote Terminal Loopback
3.4 LINE PROTECTION LINE FACILITY MAINTENANCE
3.4.1 Linear Switching Protection
3.4.1.1 Precaution
3.4.1.2 Switching Operation for LINE
3.4.2 Ring Switching Protection
3.4.2.1 Precaution
3.4.2.2 Switching Operation for MS2FS
3.4.2.3 Switching Operation for MS4FS
3.4.2.4 Procedure: Perform Line Protection Switching
3.4.2.5 Procedure: Release Line Protection Switching

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3.4.3 Lockout Mode


3.4.3.1 Procedure: Specify/Release Lockout Mode
3.5 PROTECTION EXERCISE PROTECTION MAINTENANCE
3.5.1 Procedure: Perform Protection Switching Exercise
3.6 PATH PROTECTION SWITCHING
3.6.1 PPS Operation
3.6.1.1 Procedure: Perform Path Protection Selection
3.6.2 Lockout Mode

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BACK UP AND RESTORATION

1.1 SAVE/RESTORE CONFIGURATION DATA


1.1.1 Restore the Factory Default Settings
The current data can be restored to the factory default parameter values and configurations in MSCB
package by the Cold Start, or the CID operation. Restoring the factory default to ACT memory
specifies a node to the default setups.

1.1.1.1 Precautions

Performing the configuration data restoration of the MSCB package will log off any session to
the target NE.

This operation (data restoration) is not available for remote NE.

1.1.1.2 Procedure: Restore Factory Default by Cold Start

1) Press and hold the RESET button and COLD button on the MSCB package at the same time.
Keep pressing them. LEDs on the MSCB package go off.
2) Release the RESET button. (Keep pressing the COLD button.)
3) When the LED on the MSCB package lights up, release the COLD button.
4) Wait until all the LEDs on the MSCB package go off. (LEDs on the MSCB package stay on
while reading data.) However, if any alarm is detected within the NE, the LED(s)
corresponding to the detected alarm severity level will not go off.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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1.1.1.3 Procedure: Restore Factory Default by Operating CID

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.


2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.
3) Select Configuration Data Copy Restore from the menu. The Memory Restore
dialog box appears.
4) Select [DEF > ACT] by clicking its radio button. To save the current configuration data
before restoration, click the check box.

5) Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The confirmation box appears.
6) Click the Yes button on the confirmation box. A warning message box appears.

7) Confirm if this restoration is performed at the right time, then click the OK button.
The restoration process starts.

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8) When the process is completed, the following message appears to inform that your access is
now being logged off. Click the OK button to end the performance, and to log off.

This step is the end of the procedure.

1.1.2 Restore Backup Data in MSCB Flash Memory


The current data can be restored to the backup data stored in the flash memory (SUB) of MSCB
package. This performance can be done by operating the CID.

1.1.2.1 Precautions

Performing the configuration data restoration of the MSCB package will log off any session to
the target NE.

This operation (data restoration) is not available for remote NE.

1.1.2.2 Procedure: Restore Backup Data in MSCB

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.


2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.
3) Select Configuration Data Copy Restore from the menu. The Memory Restore
dialog box appears.
4) Select [Flash Memory > ACT] by clicking its radio button.

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5) Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The confirmation box appears.
6) Click the Yes button on the confirmation box. A warning message box appears.

7) Confirm if this restoration is performed at the right time, then click the OK button.
The restoration process starts.

8) When the process is completed, the following message appears to inform that your access is
now being logged off. Click the OK button to end the performance, and to log off.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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1.1.3 Restore Users Backup Data


The current data can be restored to the users backup data stored in the memory card of MSCB
package (MEMB). This performance can be done by operating the CID.

1.1.3.1 Precautions

Performing the configuration data restoration of the MSCB package will log off any session to
the target NE.

This operation (data restoration) is not available for remote NE.

1.1.3.2 Procedure: Restore Users Backup Data in MEM Card

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.


2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.
3) Select Configuration Data Copy Restore from the menu. The Memory Restore
dialog box appears.
4) Select [MEMCARD > ACT] by clicking its radio button.

5) Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The confirmation box appears.
6) Click the Yes button on the confirmation box. A warning message box appears.

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7) Confirm if this restoration is performed at the right time, then click the OK button.
The restoration process starts.

8) When the process is completed, the following message appears to inform that your access is
now being logged off. Click the OK button to end the performance, and to log off.

This step is the end of the procedure.

1.1.4 Back Up System Configuration


Perform the procedure here to back up the provisioned information of the U-Node WBM:

System of WBM shelf will be backed up into the flash memory (SUB) in MSCB package.
NOTE: While in the backup process, you cannot make a session to the system via NMS or
another CID.

1.1.4.1 Procedure: Back Up the System Configuration

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.


2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.

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3) Select Configuration Data Copy Backup from the menu. The confirmation message
appears.
4) Click the Yes button on the message box to proceed.

NOTE: Clicking the MEM Info button displays the Memory Information dialog box.
While in the process, the following indication box appears.

When completed, the box disappears.


This step is the end of the procedure.

1.1.5 Copy System Configuration to Memory Card


The current data can be copied to the memory card in MSCB package as the users backup memory.
The system configuration of WBM shelf will be copied to the memory card in MSCB.
NOTE: While in the backup process, you cannot access the system by CID.

1.1.5.1 Procedure: Back Up the System Configuration

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.


2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.
3) Select Configuration Data Copy Copy from the menu. The Memory Copy dialog
box appears.
4) Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The confirmation box appears.

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NOTE: Clicking the MEM Info button displays the Memory Information dialog box.
5) Click the Yes button on the confirmation box to proceed.

While in the process, the following indication box appears.

6) When completed, click the Close button on the Memory Copy dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.

1.2 RESET PACKAGE CPU (INITIALIZE PACKAGES)


Performing the following procedure restarts some specific packages in an NE. More than one package
at a time can be specified for this operation. The following packages can be initialized:
MSCB package: has CPUs of SCB (SCBCPU) and of AGENT (AGCPU).
(This package can also be restarted by pressing the RESET button on its faceplate.)
SSCB package: has one CPU; SWBCPU
OHC package: has up to three CPUs; OHCPU(s)
If a package replacement takes place, its CPU(s) is/are also reset.

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1.2.1 Procedure: Reset Package CPU


1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE locally.
2) Click Operation on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Operation menu appears.
3) Select CPU Reset from the menu. The CPU Reset dialog box appears.
4) Select the target CPU by the AID, or click the check box to select all available CPUs in the
equipment.

5) Click the Apply button.


6) When completed, click the Close button on the dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.

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HARDWARE MAINTENANCE

2.1 LASER SHUTDOWN


The U-Node WBM has automatic/forced laser shutdown function to protect eyes of maintenance
personnel. The ALS mode functions according to the setup specified by the procedure in the
Parameter Changes section.

2.1.1 Descriptions
2.1.1.1 Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS)
The Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS) is enabled automatically if the incoming signal is lost for a
certain period of time. While in the ALS mode, where ALS Restart Mode is specified to AUTO, the
U-Node WBM will repeat transmitting signals periodically to check whether the traffic problem
occurred at the far-end NE is cleared. After receiving the normal signals from the far-end NE, ALS
mode is disabled and the local NE starts transmitting signals normally. The length of periodical signal
transmission interval can be customized. The ALS function can be disabled if not necessary.

2.1.1.2 Forced Shutdown


The Forced Shutdown is enabled by the maintenance personnel via CID to stop transmitting optical
signals regardless of the ALS mode. When the Forced Shutdown is executed to a facility, the optical
output signals are stopped regardless of whether the NE is receiving an incoming signal. This function
is available only when a target facility is in IS (In Service) state. When the service state of the facility
is changed to OOS (Out of Service), then is back into the IS, the facility starts transmitting signals
again.

2.1.1.3 ALS Manual Release


ALS Manual Release is the function to apply the first optical input to restart transmitting signals by a
maintenance personnels operation. For the output duration, Long (90 seconds) or Short (2 seconds or
9 seconds, according to the Parameters for ALS specified by the Parameter Changes procedure) is
available.

2.1.2 Apparatus

NEC Craft Interface Device (CID)

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2.1.3 Procedure: Execute Forced Laser Shutdown

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE.


2) Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.
3) Select Laser Shutdown from the menu. The Laser Shutdown dialog box(1) appears.
4) Click on the target facility. The Laser Shutdown dialog box(2) for the selected facility
appears.

5) Click in the Forced Shutdown field, and select ON from the pull-down menu.

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6) Click the Apply button on the Laser Shutdown dialog box(2). The forced shutdown is
executed. While in the process, the following indication box appears.

7) When completed, the indication box disappears. Click the Close button on the Laser
Shutdown dialog box(1).
8) Click the Close button on the Laser Shutdown dialog box(1).

NOTE: To disable the Forced Shutdown status, perform the procedure above, and select OFF in
step 5.
This step is the end of the procedure.

2.1.4 Procedure: Execute Manual Laser Release

1) Start up CID, and log in to the target NE.


2) Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.
3) Select Laser Shutdown from the menu. The Laser Shutdown dialog box(1) appears.
4) Click on the target facility. The Laser Shutdown dialog box(2) for the selected facility
appears.

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Click the Release ALS tab.

6) Click in the ALS Manual Release field, and select Short or Long for the output duration.
7) Click the Apply button on the Laser Shutdown dialog box(2). The manual laser release is
executed.
8) When completed, click the Close button on the Laser Shutdown dialog box(2).
9) Click the Close button on the Laser Shutdown dialog box(1).

If the laser shutdown status is not cleared, verify if an optical input is not lost, then repeat the
procedure.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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2.2 FAN

2.2.1 Precautions
If a fan fails, the fan should be replaced immediately in order to prevent the temperature within the
shelf from going up. Also, for the same reason, replacement should take no longer than 5 minutes.

2.2.2 Task Flow

Replace a fan

2.2.3 Apparatus

A new Fan package for replacement:


E32-145-M9992-0A10; must be unpacked and ready to be set

CAUTION!
Fan package provided for U-Node BBM (E32-145-M9992-0A01) cannot be mounted on
UNode WBM.

Antistatic wrist strap

Antistatic bag or container

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2.2.4 Procedure: Replace Fan

1) Wear the wrist strap, and connect the other end to the ESD terminal on the WBM shelf.
2) Confirm that a new fan has been unpacked, and ready to be set.

The following Steps 3 thru 8 should not take no longer than 5 minutes.
Removing Fan:
3) Loosen a thumbscrew on the front of the fan to be replaced.
4) Pull the fan out by holding the grip on its front, and disengage the Fan package from the
backplane.
CAUTION: Do not grab the faceplate. A Fan package contains two fans;
one of these may still be rotating at high speed.
5) Wait for about 20 seconds, and confirm that the fan(s) are completely stopped.
6) Take the package off from the shelf.
7) Place the removed fan in the antistatic bag or container.
Installing a New Fan:
8) Confirm that a Fan package is appropriate type.
9) Pull the thumbscrew upward to flap the stopper open.
10) Install the new fan; push it further until the rear side is engaged to the shelf backplane.
11) Adjust the screw hole on the fan to the thumbscrew, and fasten it.
12) Verify that the FAIL lamp is not lit on the fan.
13) Disconnect the wrist strap.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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2.3 AIR FILTER


Filters do not have any screws to attach themselves to the shelf.

2.3.1 Task Flow

Replace a filter.

2.3.2 Apparatus

A new filter for replacement

Antistatic wrist strap

2.3.3 Procedure: Replace Air Filter

1) Wear the wrist strap, and connect the other end to the ESD terminal on the WBM shelf.

Removing Air Filter


2) Pull the air filter out by holding its grips.

Installing a New Air Filter


3) Insert the new air filter, and push it further until it stops.
4) Disconnect the wrist strap.
This step is the end of the procedure.

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III MANAGEMENT TRAFFIC

3.1 TIMING SOURCE SELECTION


3.1.1 Timing Reference Switch Operation
Timing reference assigned to an NE can be switched, or be locked via CID. If the facility selected for
the target timing reference configures protection switch group, this operation is executed to the switch
group.

3.1.1.1 Requirements
When the target timing reference has the following assignments, Timing Source Selection
operation is not available:
Operation Mode 1 (EXTCLK OUT1/2): FIX
PL: NSEL
Source Entry: NO ENT

The following operations are available for each reference assigned for Equipment, EXTOUT1, and
EXTOUT2:

3.1.1.2 Parameters

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3.1.1.3 Procedure: Operate Timing Source Selection

1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.


2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance
menu appears.

3. Select Timing Source Selection from the menu. The Timing Source
Selection dialog box appears.

4. Click a tab to display the target timing references:


reference tabs

5. Check the Switching Status of the target timing reference to see if it is operational.

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6. In the Switch Mode [Operation], select (a) operation(s):

7. Click the Apply button to execute operation. While in the process, the following
indicator appears:

8. When completed, click the Close button.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.2 Release Wait-to-Restore Condition

To make an immediate effect in the revertive mode, the duration specified for WTR (waittorestore)

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can be omitted while in the WTR condition (after the WTR time count starts).

3.2.1 Procedure: Release WTR Condition

1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.


2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance
menu appears.

3. Select Timing Source Selection from the menu. The Timing Source Selection
dialog box appears.

4. Click the Release WTR tab:

5. Release WTR condition by selecting one of the following:


Click in the Release WTR field of the target timing reference.
Click All Release check box to release all WTR conditions at a time.

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6. Click the Apply button. While in the process, the following indicator appears:

7. When completed, click the Close button.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.3. TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE


This section provides the maintenance information and procedures related to traffics.

Traffic maintenance should be carried out by an maintenance personnel to assure or inspect the quality
of the traffic.
The tasks provided in this section are not arranged in any specific order.

3.3.1 LOOPBACK LINE FACILITY MAINTENANCE

Loopback function allows fault isolation and pre-service operation practice. Performing loopback
interrupts the flow of traffic, and changes the normal transmission. Therefore, the use of loopbacks as
routine practice is not recommended.

When the loopback is executed, the system generates an AIS (alarm indication signal), and sends it to
the far-end NE. Also, all IPPM parameters will be indicated as INVALID.
Once the loopback is initiated, the MNT lamp (LED) on the package lights up to indicate that the
loopback is in operation. The loopback operation can be initiated STM1E package, E12/ E31/E32
package, and other optical facilities such as STM-16.

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See the following for other features of the loopback:

The loopback can be executed on every path.

The two different loopbacks cannot be executed to the same facility at a time.

Alarms in the path layer are masked during the loopback operation.

3.3.2 Facility Loopback


3.3.2.1 For STMn Optical Facilities
The performance of this facility loopback is that the outgoing signal that is originated at an
optical facility of a local NE is looped back at the local NE before being scrambled.

3.3.2.2 For E12/E31/E32 Facility


The E12, E31, or E32 facility loopback is originated and enabled at the near-end (local node), and E12
AIS (on E12 facility), E31 AIS (on E31 facility) or E32 AIS (on E32 facility) is inserted toward the
remote node. This type of loopback isolates failure(s).

3.3.2.3 Procedure: Perform Facility Loopback


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance
menu appears.

3. Select Loopback from the menu. Loopback dialog box appears.


4. Confirm that the SDH Facility or PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the
Loopback Operation field of the target facility, and select Facility Loopback.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The loopback is executed to the selected
facility. While in the process, the following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is completed.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.3.2.4 Procedure: Release Facility Loopback


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance
menu appears.

3. Select Loopback from the menu. Loopback dialog box appears.


4. Confirm that the SDH Facility or PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the
Loopback Operation field of the target facility, and select Release from the
pulldown list.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box to release. While in the process, the
Following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is released.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

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3.3.3 Terminal Loopback


3.3.3.1 For STMn Optical Facility
An outgoing signal that is originated at an optical facility of the local NE is looped back at a far-end
NE.

3.3.3.2 For E12/E31/E32 Facility


Terminal loopback is originated at an E12/E31/E32 facility of a near-end node (local node), which is
crossconnected to an E12/E31/E32 facility of a remote node. At the remote node, loopback is enabled,
and E12 AIS (on E12 facility) is inserted toward the E12 line, E31 (on E31 facility) is to E31 line, and
E32 (on E32 facility) is to E32 line.

3.3.3.3 Procedure: Perform Terminal Loopback


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Loopback from the menu. Loopback dialog box appears.


4. Confirm that the SDH Facility or PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the
Loopback Operation field of the target facility, and select Terminal Loopback.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The loopback is executed to the selected
facility. While in the process, the following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is completed.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.3.3.4 Procedure: Release Terminal Loopback


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Loopback from the menu. Loopback dialog box appears.


4. Confirm that the SDH Facility or PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the
Loopback Operation field of the target facility, and select Release from the pulldown
list.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box to release. While in the process, the
following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is released.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.3.4 Remote Terminal Loopback


3.3.4.1 For E12/E31/E32 Facility
Remote terminal loopback is originated at an E12/E31/E32 facility of a far-end node (remote node),
which is crossconnected to an E12/E31/E32 facility of a local node. At the remote node, loopback is
enabled, and E12 AIS (on E12 facility) is inserted toward E12 line, E31 AIS (on E31 facility) is to E31
line and E32 AIS (on E32 facility) is to E32 line.

3.3.4.2 Procedure: Perform Remote Terminal Loopback


1.

Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.

2.

Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance
menu appears.

3.

Select Loopback from the menu. Loopback dialog box appears.

4.

Confirm that the PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the Loopback
Operation field of the target facility, and select Remote Terminal Loopback.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The loopback is executed
facility. While in the process, the following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is completed.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.3.4.3 Procedure: Release Remote Terminal Loopback


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Loopback from the menu. The Loopback dialog box appears.
4. Confirm that the PDH Facility tab is selected. Then click in the Loopback Operation
field of the target facility, and select Release from the pull-down list.

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5. Click the Apply button on the dialog box to release. While in the process, the
following message box appears.

When the box disappears, the loopback setup is released.

6. Click the Close button on the dialog box.


This step is the end of the procedure.

3.4 LINE PROTECTION LINE FACILITY MAINTENANCE


The protection switching function allows the user to execute the manual protection switching for entire
switch groups in a local NE.

The following shows the switch groups and their applicable switching protection types:
LINES: Linear Protection
MS2FS: Ring Protection
MS4FS: Ring Protection, Span Protection

3.4.1 Linear Switching Protection


3.4.1.1 Precaution

For the switch group of linear bidirectional, the same switching operation must be executed to the
LINES of the opposing node. If the opposing node runs non-NEC equipment, still the same type of
switching operation must be executed.

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3.4.1.2 Switching Operation for LINE

Line switching protection has the Lockout mode for each switch group. In this mode, any
type of switch operation is disabled.

3.4.2 Ring Switching Protection


3.4.2.1 Precaution
Ring/Span switching operations (listed below) must be executed in conjunction with the opposing
LINE of the opposing node. For example, to execute the ring switch to LINE1 at a node, the same
switching operation must be executed to LINE2 at the opposing node.

3.4.2.2 Switching Operation for MS2FS

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Line switching protection has the Lockout mode for each switch group. In this mode, any
type of switch operation is disabled.

3.4.2.3 Switching Operation for MS4FS

Line switching protection has the Lockout mode for each switch group. In this mode, any type of
switch operation is disabled.

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3.4.2.4 Procedure: Perform Line Protection Switching

1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.


2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Protection Switching Package/Line from the menu. The Protection


Switching dialog box appears.

4. Click on the target facility. The selection button appears.

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5. Click the button. The Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box for the
selected protection group appears.

6. Click in the Operation field to display the pull-down list, and select a switching
operation type:

7. Click the Apply button on the dialog box. The confirmation box appears.
8. Click the Yes button. The protection switch is executed.

While in the process, the following indication box appears.

When the box disappears, the switching operation is completed.

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9. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box

10. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure

3.4.2.5 Procedure: Release Line Protection Switching

1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.


2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Protection Switching Package/Line from the menu. The Protection


Switching dialog box appears.

4. Click on the target facility. The selection button appears.

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5. Click the button. The Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box for the
selected protection group appears.

6. Click in the Operation field to display the pull-down list, and select Release (selected
operation

7. Click the Apply button on the dialog box. While in the process, the following
indication box appears.

When completed, the box disappears.

8. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box.
9. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.

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3.4.3 Lockout Mode


The Protection Switching dialog box also has a selection to hold the selected switch groups status:
Lockout. Specifying Lockout inhibits the selected switch group to carry out any type of protection
switches. This mode should be used for the maintenance purpose, such as a package replacement, in
order to suspend unexpected switching operations.

3.4.3.1 Procedure: Specify/Release Lockout Mode


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Protection Switching Package/Line from the menu. The Protection


Switching dialog box appears.

4. Click on the target facility. The selection button appears.

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5. Click the button. The Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box for the
selected protection group appears.

6. Click the Lockout check box:

To specify Lockout mode, leave a tick in the check box.

To release from the Lockout mode, remove a tick from the check box.

7. Click the Apply button. The confirmation box appears.


8. Click the Yes button. The Lockout is executed. While in the process, an indication
box appears.

When the box disappears, specifying/releasing Lockout mode is completed.

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9. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching Line/BLSR dialog box.
10. Click the Close button on the Protection Switching dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.

3.5 PROTECTION EXERCISE PROTECTION MAINTENANCE


The protection switch exercise is a test to make sure that the protection switching functions properly.
This test does not carry out the actual switching operation. The following protection exercises are
available:
LINES (Linear switch)
MS2FS (Ring switch)
MS4FS (Ring switch, Span switch)

3.5.1 Procedure: Perform Protection Switching Exercise


1. Start up CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Exercise Protection Switching from the menu. The Exercise Protection
Switching dialog box appears.

4. Select a switching group type to be exercised by clicking its tab.

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NOTE: For the tab of ring protection switch group, either MS2FS or MS4SF is
displayed according to the configured ring protection.

5. Click (a) check box(es) to select (a) switch group(s). More than one groups can be
selected. To select all groups, click the Exercise All check box.

6. Click the Apply button to execute the operation.


7. When completed, click the Close button.
This step is the end of the procedure.

3.6 PATH PROTECTION SWITCHING


3.6.1 PPS Operation
Path protection switching allows the user to manually select (switch) the use of paths that has been
configured to the higher order PPS path or lower order PPS path; refer to Set Up Crossconnect in the
Provisioning manual for PPS configuration. The path protection selection has the following operation
types:

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Path protection selection has the Lockout mode for each facility. In this mode, any type of switch
(selection) operation is disabled.

3.6.1.1 Procedure: Perform Path Protection Selection


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE.
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Protection Switching Path from the menu. The Protection Switching
Path Selection dialog box appears.

4. Perform the following depending on the target path facility:

For AU Facility:
(i) Click the Higher Order Path tab on the dialog box.
(ii) Select an AU facility in the list.

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(iii) Click the OK button. The Protection Switching Path dialog box appears.
For PDHTU/SDHTU Facility:
(i) Click the Lower Order Path tab on the dialog box.
(ii) Select a PDHTU or SDHTU facility in the list.

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(iii) Click the OK button. The Protection Switching Path dialog boxappears.

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6. Click the Apply button. The confirmation box appears.

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7. Click the Yes button. The selected operation is executed.

During the process, the following indication box appears.

When the box disappears, the switching operation is completed.

8. Click the Close button in the Protection Switching Path dialog box.
9. Click the Close button in the Protection Switching Path Selection dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.

3.6.2 Lockout Mode


The Protection Switching Path dialog box also has a selection to hold the selected facilitys
status: Lockout. Specifying Lockout inhibits the selected facility to carry out any type of protection
switches. This mode should be used for the maintenance purpose in order to suspend unexpected
switching operation.

3.6.2.1 Procedure: Specify/Release Lockout Mode


1. Start up the CID, and log in to the target NE
2. Click Maintenance on the menu bar of the CID main window. The Maintenance menu
appears.

3. Select Protection Switching Path from the menu. The Protection Switching
Path Selection dialog box appears.

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4. Perform the following depending on the target path facility:

For AU Facility:
(i) Click the Higher Order Path tab on the dialog box.
(ii) Select an AU facility in the list.

(iii) Click the OK button. The Protection Switching Path dialog box appears.

For PDHTU/SDHTU Facility:

(i) Click the Lower Order Path tab on the dialog box.
(ii) Select a PDHTU or SDHTU facility in the list.

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(iii) Click the OK button. The Protection Switching Path dialog box appears.

5. Click the Lockout check box:

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To specify Lockout mode, leave a tick in the check box.

To release from the Lockout mode, remove a tick from the check box.

6. Click the Apply button. The confirmation box appears.


7. Click the Yes button. The selected operation (Lockout or release Lockout) is executed.

During the process, the following indication box appears.

When the indication box disappears, the operation is completed.

8. Click the Close button in the Protection Switching Path dialog box.
9. Click the Close button in the Protection Switching Path Selection dialog box.
This step is the end of the procedure.