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Section 1
Operations and Maintenance

Module 1
Introduction

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Module objectives
Upon completion of this module, you should be able to:
Describe the general course outline and materials that will be used
Identify the related customer documentation and how to obtain documents
Review general safety guidelines and proper fiber cleaning to follow while
working on the equipment in the lab during hands-on exercises (ILT delivery

only)

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Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Documentation
3 Safety

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Table of Contents [cont.]

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1 Introduction

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Course overview
1830 PSS 6.0.0 32/16/32S
WDM Operation and
Maintenance Training
This course is designed to
enable you to Identify 1830
Photonic Service Switch (PSS)
capabilities in release 6.0.0. We
will discuss the shelves,
hardware, software features
and interfaces used to monitor
and provision the 1830 PSS32/PSS-16/PSS-32S shelves.

Welcome
Bienvenue

Bienvenidos

Willkommen
Benvenuti
Bem-vindo

Welkom

The intended audience for


this course is
Technicians and Maintenance
personnel.
The course length is
24 hours (4 days)
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Student introductions
Introduction for instructor:
Name
Title, location
Experiences

Introductions and student information:


Your name
Current position and job function
How long you have worked in the
telecommunications industry
What is your experience with
SONET/SDH, DWDM, CWDM and
Ethernet technologies, routers and
related systems

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Classroom materials
Review student materials and classroom guidelines:
Student Guide and customer documentation
Classroom and lab setup, questions, breaks, etc.

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2 Documentation

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2 Documentation

2.1 Customer documentation


How to get information ?

Online Customer Support (OLCS)


CDROM

https://support.alcatel-lucent.com/portal/olcsHome.do

Alcatel-Lucent 1830 PSS Electronic


Documentation Package
Contains all related documents in
electronic formats.
8DG-61259-AAAA-TZZZA

Alcatel-Lucent 1830 PSS R5.0...


... Quick Reference Guide
... Safety Guide
... Product Information and Planning
... User Provisioning Guide
... TL1 Commands and Messages
... Maintenance and Trouble-Clearing
... GMPLS/GMRE Guide
... GMRE Command Line Interface Guide
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2 Documentation

2.1 Customer documentation [cont.]

Online Customer Support (OLCS)


https://support.alcatel-lucent.com/portal/olcsHome.do

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2 Documentation

2.1 Customer documentation [cont.]

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2 Documentation

2.2 Related training Alcatel-Lucent University


Web Based Training
(WBT)

Instructor Led Training


(ILT)

TOP54048W OTH overview


TOP54079W 1830 PSS
Introduction
TOP54080W WDM Architecture
and Hardware
TOP54081W OCS Architecture
and Hardware

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TOP30004 32/16 Installation


TOP30003 32/16 O&M
TOP54068 36/64 Installation
TOP54067 36/64 O&M
TOP54066 36/64 GMRE
TOP30027 32/16 GMRE

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2 Documentation

2.2 Related training Alcatel-Lucent University [cont.]

Available product training classes, course descriptions, and schedules for most products can
be accessed through either of the following URLs:
1.

https://training.alcatel-lucent.com (Global catalog, search by product)

2.

http://www1.alcatel-lucent.com/us/product_training/catalog/ (North America specific)

If you have difficulty accessing these web sites, please feel free to contact our registrar at 1888-582-3688 (global catalog) or 1-800-372-5951 (North America-specific catalog).
Prerequisites:
The student is expected to have a thorough understanding of WDM and DWDM concepts.
TOP54079W Alcatel-Lucent 1830 PSS Overview training, TOP54080W WDM
Architecture and Hardware training and TOP54081W OCS Architecture and Hardware
training.
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3 Safety

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3 Safety

3.1 Safety and fiber cleaning


All responsible technical personnel must read the Safety Guide and
in the User Provisioning Guide the Safety chapter before servicing
the system.
There is the risk of damage to the technicians eyes by laser energy. DWDM
lasers are usually Class I Lasers and that means that enough light power is
present to cause eye damage or blindness if the person exposed looks directly
into a fiber end.

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End of module
Introduction

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