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About This Document

Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name Version

OptiX OSN 8800 V100R002C02

OptiX iManager T2000 V200R008C00

iManager U2000 V100R001C00

NOTE
This document is prepared based on the U2000. The operations on the T2000 are similar to those on the
U2000.

Intended Audience
This document describes the alarms and performance events generated by the equipment as well
as providing ways of handling alarms and performance events to clear the faults or failures.

This document is intended for:

l System maintenance engineer


l Network monitoring engineer

Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not


avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER

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Symbol Description

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which


if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not


CAUTION avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss,
performance degradation, or unexpected results.
TIP Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save
time.

NOTE Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement


important points of the main text.

GUI Conventions
The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention Description

Boldface Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles


are in boldface. For example, click OK.

> Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">"


signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Change History
Updates between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue contains
all updates made in previous issues.

Updates in Issue 08 (2014-02-14) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 07 (2012-08-30) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
l Modify the alarm processing of LASER_HAZARD_WARNING.

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l Modify the parameters definition of NO_BD_SOFT.

Updates in Issue 06 (2011-08-20) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
l Modify the alarm processing of WAVELEN_OVER.
l Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 05 (2011-01-30) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 04 (2010-04-08) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Added the alarm list and performance event list of the TN54NQ2 board.

Added the performance event processing of CRC4BBE and CRC4FEBBE.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 03 (2010-01-25) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Added the alarm processing of CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI, INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI,
MS_SNCP_STA_INDI, ODUKSP_STA_INDI, ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI, OLP_STA_INDI,
OWSP_STA_INDI, SW_SNCP_STA_INDI.

Modify the alarm processing of CLIENT_PORT_PS, INTRA_OTU_PS, MS_SNCP_PS,


ODUKSP_PS, ODU_SNCP_PS, OLP_PS, OWSP_PS, SW_SNCP_PS.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 02 (2009-12-18) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Deleted the alarm list and performance event list of the TN12WSMD2 and TN14WSM9 boards.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

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Updates in Issue 01 (2009-10-16) Based on Product Version


V100R002C02
Added the alarm list and performance event list of the TN52TOG, TN14WSM9 boards.

Added the alarm processing of OSC_LOS, LASER_HAZARD_WARNING, LAN_LOC and


L_SYNC.

Deleted the alarm processing of MSSW_DIFFERENT.

Added the performance event processing of FEC_AFT_COR_ERAVR and


FEC_BEF_COR_ERAVR.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 01 (2009-08-10) Based on Product Version


V100R002C00
Added the alarms and performance events of follow boards: LDX, EGSH, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, XCH, XCM, WSMD2, HSC1, STG.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 01 (2009-03-25) Based on Product Version


V100R001C02
The lists of alarms of the CMR2, CMR4, DMR1, MB2, MR2, MR4, MR8, and SBM2 is deleted.

The lists of alarms and performance events of the LDGS and LDGD is deleted.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 01 (2008-12-31) Based on Product Version


V100R001
The first commercial release of the OptiX OSN 8800 I V100R001.

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Contents

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1 Overview.........................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Alarm Level....................................................................................................................................................................2
1.2 Alarm Category..............................................................................................................................................................2
1.3 Performance Event Category..........................................................................................................................................3
1.4 Alarm Signal Flow..........................................................................................................................................................4
1.4.1 Overview.....................................................................................................................................................................4
1.4.2 Non-Convergent OTU Processing Standard SDH Signals..........................................................................................6
1.4.3 Non-Convergent OTU Processing Standard OTN Signals..........................................................................................9
1.4.4 Convergent OTU Processing Standard SDH Signals................................................................................................12
1.4.5 Convergent OTU Processing Standard OTN Signals................................................................................................15
1.4.6 Regenerating OTU.....................................................................................................................................................19
1.4.7 Alarm Signal Processing of the OTU with the Cross-Connect Function..................................................................21
1.4.8 OTU Processing GE Signals......................................................................................................................................23
1.4.9 Optical-Layer Alarm Signal Processing on OTN......................................................................................................26
1.5 Suppression Relation of Alarms...................................................................................................................................30
1.5.1 Suppression of OTN Alarms.....................................................................................................................................30
1.5.2 Suppression of Alarms Related to SDH Services and Other Common Equipment Alarms......................................32
1.6 Performance Event Suppression by Alarms.................................................................................................................33

2 Alarm List......................................................................................................................................34
2.1 Product Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................................35
2.1.1 Alarm List A..............................................................................................................................................................35
2.1.2 Alarm List B..............................................................................................................................................................35
2.1.3 Alarm List C..............................................................................................................................................................37
2.1.4 Alarm List D..............................................................................................................................................................38
2.1.5 Alarm List E..............................................................................................................................................................39
2.1.6 Alarm List F...............................................................................................................................................................40
2.1.7 Alarm List G..............................................................................................................................................................41
2.1.8 Alarm List H..............................................................................................................................................................41
2.1.9 Alarm List I...............................................................................................................................................................43
2.1.10 Alarm List J.............................................................................................................................................................44
2.1.11 Alarm List K............................................................................................................................................................44

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2.1.12 Alarm List L............................................................................................................................................................44


2.1.13 Alarm List M...........................................................................................................................................................47
2.1.14 Alarm List N............................................................................................................................................................48
2.1.15 Alarm List O............................................................................................................................................................49
2.1.16 Alarm List P.............................................................................................................................................................58
2.1.17 Alarm List R............................................................................................................................................................60
2.1.18 Alarm List S.............................................................................................................................................................61
2.1.19 Alarm List T............................................................................................................................................................64
2.1.20 Alarm List V............................................................................................................................................................66
2.1.21 Alarm List W...........................................................................................................................................................67
2.1.22 Alarm List X............................................................................................................................................................67
2.2 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................................68
2.2.1 ATE Board Alarm List..............................................................................................................................................68
2.2.2 AUX Board Alarm List.............................................................................................................................................68
2.2.3 CMR2 Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................68
2.2.4 CMR4 Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................68
2.2.5 CRPC Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................68
2.2.6 D40V Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................69
2.2.7 D40 Board Alarm List...............................................................................................................................................69
2.2.8 DCU Board Alarm List..............................................................................................................................................70
2.2.9 DCP Board Alarm List..............................................................................................................................................70
2.2.10 DMR1 Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................71
2.2.11 EFI1 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................71
2.2.12 EFI2 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................71
2.2.13 EGSH Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................71
2.2.14 FAN Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................72
2.2.15 FIU Board Alarm List..............................................................................................................................................72
2.2.16 GFU Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................73
2.2.17 HBA Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................73
2.2.18 HSC1 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................73
2.2.19 ITL Board Alarm List..............................................................................................................................................74
2.2.20 LDM Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................74
2.2.21 LDMD Board Alarm List........................................................................................................................................75
2.2.22 LDMS Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................77
2.2.23 LDX Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................78
2.2.24 LOG Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................79
2.2.25 LOM Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................81
2.2.26 LQMD Board Alarm List........................................................................................................................................82
2.2.27 LQMS Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................83
2.2.28 LQM Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................84
2.2.29 LSXLR Board Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................85

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2.2.30 LSXL Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................86


2.2.31 LSXR Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................87
2.2.32 LSX Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................88
2.2.33 LWXS Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................89
2.2.34 M40V Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................90
2.2.35 M40 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................90
2.2.36 MCA4 Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................90
2.2.37 MCA8 Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................90
2.2.38 MR2 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................91
2.2.39 MR4 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................91
2.2.40 MR8 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................91
2.2.41 MR8V Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................91
2.2.42 ND2 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................92
2.2.43 NQ2 Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................93
2.2.44 NS2 Board Alarm List.............................................................................................................................................95
2.2.45 NS3 Board Alarm List.............................................................................................................................................96
2.2.46 OAU1 Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................98
2.2.47 OBU1 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................99
2.2.48 OBU2 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................99
2.2.49 OLP Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................100
2.2.50 PIU Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................100
2.2.51 RDU9 Board Alarm List........................................................................................................................................101
2.2.52 RMU9 Board Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................101
2.2.53 ROAM Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................101
2.2.54 SBM2 Board Alarm List........................................................................................................................................102
2.2.55 SC1 Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................102
2.2.56 SC2 Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................102
2.2.57 SCC Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................103
2.2.58 SCS Board Alarm List...........................................................................................................................................105
2.2.59 SF64 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................105
2.2.60 SF64A Board Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................106
2.2.61 SFD64 Board Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................107
2.2.62 SL64 Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................108
2.2.63 SLH41 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................109
2.2.64 SLD64 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................109
2.2.65 SLO16 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................110
2.2.66 SLQ16 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................111
2.2.67 SLQ64 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................111
2.2.68 STG Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................112
2.2.69 STI Board Alarm List............................................................................................................................................113
2.2.70 SXM Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................113

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2.2.71 TDC Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................113


2.2.72 TDX Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................113
2.2.73 TMX Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................114
2.2.74 TOG Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................117
2.2.75 TOM Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................117
2.2.76 TQX Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................119
2.2.77 VA1 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................120
2.2.78 VA4 Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................120
2.2.79 WMU Board Alarm List........................................................................................................................................120
2.2.80 WSD9 Board Alarm List.......................................................................................................................................120
2.2.81 WSM9 Board Alarm List......................................................................................................................................121
2.2.82 WSMD2 Board Alarm List....................................................................................................................................121
2.2.83 WSMD4 Board Alarm List....................................................................................................................................121
2.2.84 XCH Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................122
2.2.85 XCM Board Alarm List.........................................................................................................................................122
2.2.86 XCT Board Alarm List..........................................................................................................................................122

3 Common Alarm Processing.....................................................................................................123


3.1 B1_EXC......................................................................................................................................................................126
3.1.1 B1_EXC(OCS)........................................................................................................................................................126
3.1.2 B1_EXC(OTN)........................................................................................................................................................129
3.2 BEFFEC_EXC............................................................................................................................................................131
3.3 BUS_ERR...................................................................................................................................................................132
3.3.1 BUS_ERR(OCS).....................................................................................................................................................133
3.3.2 BUS_ERR(OTN).....................................................................................................................................................135
3.4 CHAN_LOS...............................................................................................................................................................137
3.5 CLIENT_PORT_PS...................................................................................................................................................139
3.6 COMMUN_FAIL.......................................................................................................................................................140
3.6.1 COMMUN_FAIL(OCS).........................................................................................................................................140
3.6.2 COMMUN_FAIL(OTN).........................................................................................................................................142
3.7 ETH_8B10B_ERR.....................................................................................................................................................147
3.8 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS...........................................................................................................................................148
3.8.1 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OCS).............................................................................................................................148
3.8.2 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OTN).............................................................................................................................150
3.9 FC_LINK_ERR..........................................................................................................................................................151
3.10 FC_SYNC_LOS.......................................................................................................................................................153
3.11 IN_PWR_HIGH.......................................................................................................................................................154
3.11.1 IN_PWR_HIGH(OCS)..........................................................................................................................................155
3.11.2 IN_PWR_HIGH(OTN).........................................................................................................................................157
3.12 IN_PWR_LOW........................................................................................................................................................159
3.12.1 IN_PWR_LOW(OCS)...........................................................................................................................................159
3.12.2 IN_PWR_LOW(OTN)..........................................................................................................................................162

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3.13 INTRA_OTU_PS.....................................................................................................................................................164
3.14 LASER_MODULE_MISMATCH...........................................................................................................................166
3.15 LINK_ERR...............................................................................................................................................................167
3.15.1 LINK_ERR(OCS).................................................................................................................................................167
3.15.2 LINK_ERR(OTN).................................................................................................................................................168
3.16 LOOP_ALM.............................................................................................................................................................170
3.16.1 LOOP_ALM(OCS)...............................................................................................................................................170
3.16.2 LOOP_ALM(OTN)...............................................................................................................................................171
3.17 LPT_ACTIVE..........................................................................................................................................................173
3.18 LSR_WILL_DIE......................................................................................................................................................174
3.19 MS_AIS....................................................................................................................................................................175
3.19.1 MS_AIS(OCS).......................................................................................................................................................176
3.19.2 MS_AIS(OTN)......................................................................................................................................................177
3.20 MS_RDI....................................................................................................................................................................179
3.20.1 MS_RDI(OCS)......................................................................................................................................................179
3.20.2 MS_RDI(OTN)......................................................................................................................................................181
3.21 MUT_LOS................................................................................................................................................................183
3.22 OA_LOW_GAIN.....................................................................................................................................................184
3.23 ODU_SNCP_PS.......................................................................................................................................................186
3.24 ODUk_PM_AIS.......................................................................................................................................................187
3.25 ODUk_PM_BDI.......................................................................................................................................................191
3.26 ODUk_PM_DEG......................................................................................................................................................192
3.27 ODUk_PM_EXC......................................................................................................................................................193
3.28 ODUk_PM_SSF.......................................................................................................................................................194
3.29 OMS_FDI.................................................................................................................................................................198
3.30 OSC_LOS.................................................................................................................................................................199
3.31 OTS_LOS.................................................................................................................................................................200
3.32 OUT_PWR_HIGH...................................................................................................................................................201
3.33 PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE..................................................................................................................................202
3.34 POWER_FAIL.........................................................................................................................................................203
3.35 PUMP_COOL_EXC................................................................................................................................................205
3.36 R_LOF......................................................................................................................................................................206
3.36.1 R_LOF(OCS).........................................................................................................................................................206
3.36.2 R_LOF(OTN)........................................................................................................................................................210
3.37 R_LOS......................................................................................................................................................................212
3.37.1 R_LOS(OCS).........................................................................................................................................................212
3.37.2 R_LOS(OTN)........................................................................................................................................................216
3.38 R_OOF......................................................................................................................................................................218
3.38.1 R_OOF(OCS)........................................................................................................................................................219
3.38.2 R_OOF(OTN)........................................................................................................................................................222
3.39 R_SLIP.....................................................................................................................................................................224

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3.40 REM_SF...................................................................................................................................................................226
3.41 REMOTE_FAULT...................................................................................................................................................227
3.42 SECU_ALM.............................................................................................................................................................227
3.43 SUM_INPWR_LOW................................................................................................................................................228
3.44 TD.............................................................................................................................................................................230
3.45 TF..............................................................................................................................................................................231
3.46 TS_CFG_MISMATCH............................................................................................................................................232
3.47 WRG_BD_TYPE.....................................................................................................................................................233

4 Alarm Processing.......................................................................................................................235
4.1 AD_CHECK_FAIL....................................................................................................................................................245
4.2 ALM_ALS..................................................................................................................................................................246
4.3 APS_MANUAL_STOP..............................................................................................................................................246
4.4 ALM_GFP_dCSF.......................................................................................................................................................247
4.5 ALM_GFP_dLFD......................................................................................................................................................248
4.6 ALM_HANGUP.........................................................................................................................................................252
4.7 APS_FAIL..................................................................................................................................................................252
4.8 APS_INDI..................................................................................................................................................................254
4.9 AU_AIS......................................................................................................................................................................255
4.10 AU_LOP...................................................................................................................................................................258
4.11 B1_SD......................................................................................................................................................................260
4.11.1 B1_SD(OCS).........................................................................................................................................................260
4.11.2 B1_SD(OTN).........................................................................................................................................................263
4.12 B2_EXC....................................................................................................................................................................264
4.13 B2_SD......................................................................................................................................................................268
4.14 B3_EXC....................................................................................................................................................................271
4.15 B3_EXC_VC3..........................................................................................................................................................274
4.16 B3_EXC_VC4..........................................................................................................................................................276
4.17 B3_SD......................................................................................................................................................................276
4.18 B3_SD_VC3.............................................................................................................................................................280
4.19 B3_SD_VC4.............................................................................................................................................................281
4.20 BD_NOT_INSTALLED..........................................................................................................................................282
4.21 BD_STATUS............................................................................................................................................................283
4.21.1 BD_STATUS(OCS)..............................................................................................................................................283
4.21.2 BD_STATUS(OTN)..............................................................................................................................................284
4.22 BDID_ERROR.........................................................................................................................................................285
4.23 BEFFEC_SD............................................................................................................................................................286
4.24 BIOS_STATUS........................................................................................................................................................287
4.25 BOOTROM_BAD....................................................................................................................................................288
4.25.1 BOOTROM_BAD(OCS)......................................................................................................................................289
4.25.2 BOOTROM_BAD(OTN)......................................................................................................................................290
4.26 C2_VCAIS................................................................................................................................................................291

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4.27 CHAN_ADD............................................................................................................................................................292
4.28 CHIP_ABN...............................................................................................................................................................293
4.29 CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI....................................................................................................................................294
4.30 CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART.................................................................................................................................296
4.31 CLK_NO_TRACE_MODE......................................................................................................................................297
4.32 CODE_SYNC_LOS.................................................................................................................................................298
4.33 CRC4_CROSSTR....................................................................................................................................................299
4.34 DB_RESTORE_FAIL..............................................................................................................................................300
4.35 DBMS_ERROR........................................................................................................................................................301
4.36 DBMS_PROTECT_MODE.....................................................................................................................................302
4.37 DCM_INSUFF.........................................................................................................................................................303
4.38 DLAG_PROTECT_FAIL........................................................................................................................................304
4.39 DSP_LOAD_FAIL...................................................................................................................................................307
4.40 ETH_CFM_LOC......................................................................................................................................................308
4.41 ETH_CFM_MISMERGE.........................................................................................................................................309
4.42 ETH_CFM_MACSTATUS......................................................................................................................................310
4.43 ETH_CFM_RDI.......................................................................................................................................................311
4.44 ETH_CFM_UNEXPERI..........................................................................................................................................313
4.45 ETHOAM_DISCOVER_FAIL................................................................................................................................314
4.46 ETHOAM_RMT_CRIT_FAULT............................................................................................................................316
4.47 ETHOAM_RMT_LOOP..........................................................................................................................................317
4.48 ETHOAM_RMT_SD...............................................................................................................................................318
4.49 ETHOAM_SELF_LOOP.........................................................................................................................................319
4.50 ETHOAM_VCG_SELF_LOOP...............................................................................................................................321
4.51 EX_ETHOAM_MPID_CNFLCT............................................................................................................................322
4.52 EXT_SYNC_LOS....................................................................................................................................................323
4.53 EXT_TIME_LOC.....................................................................................................................................................325
4.54 FAN_FAIL...............................................................................................................................................................327
4.55 FAN_FAULT...........................................................................................................................................................328
4.56 FC_8B10BERR_OVER...........................................................................................................................................328
4.57 FCS_ERR.................................................................................................................................................................329
4.58 FEC_LOF.................................................................................................................................................................331
4.59 FEC_OOF.................................................................................................................................................................333
4.60 FPGA_ABN..............................................................................................................................................................334
4.61 FSELECT_STG........................................................................................................................................................335
4.62 FWD_PKT_LOSS....................................................................................................................................................336
4.63 GAINDATA_MIS....................................................................................................................................................337
4.64 HARD_BAD............................................................................................................................................................338
4.65 HARD_ERR.............................................................................................................................................................341
4.66 HP_LOM..................................................................................................................................................................344
4.67 HP_RDI....................................................................................................................................................................345

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4.68 HP_REI.....................................................................................................................................................................346
4.69 HP_SLM...................................................................................................................................................................348
4.70 HP_TIM....................................................................................................................................................................350
4.71 HP_UNEQ................................................................................................................................................................351
4.72 HSC_UNAVAIL......................................................................................................................................................352
4.73 INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI........................................................................................................................................353
4.74 J0_MM......................................................................................................................................................................355
4.75 K1_K2_M.................................................................................................................................................................356
4.76 K2_M........................................................................................................................................................................357
4.77 L_SYNC...................................................................................................................................................................358
4.78 LAN_LOC................................................................................................................................................................359
4.79 LAG_PORT_FAIL...................................................................................................................................................361
4.80 LASER_HAZARD_WARNING..............................................................................................................................362
4.81 LASER_SHUT.........................................................................................................................................................363
4.82 LCAS_FOPR............................................................................................................................................................364
4.83 LCAS_FOPT............................................................................................................................................................365
4.84 LCAS_PLCR............................................................................................................................................................365
4.85 LCAS_PLCT............................................................................................................................................................367
4.86 LCAS_TLCR............................................................................................................................................................368
4.87 LCAS_TLCT............................................................................................................................................................370
4.88 LOCK_CUR_FAIL..................................................................................................................................................371
4.89 LOCKPOW_MIS.....................................................................................................................................................372
4.90 LP_RDI_VC3...........................................................................................................................................................373
4.91 LP_SLM_VC3..........................................................................................................................................................374
4.92 LP_UNEQ_VC3.......................................................................................................................................................375
4.93 LPT_RFI...................................................................................................................................................................376
4.94 LSR_COOL_ALM...................................................................................................................................................377
4.95 LSR_FORCE_OPEN................................................................................................................................................378
4.96 LSR_INVALID........................................................................................................................................................379
4.97 LTI............................................................................................................................................................................380
4.98 MOD_COM_FAIL...................................................................................................................................................382
4.99 MODULE_ADJUST_FAIL.....................................................................................................................................383
4.100 MODULE_COOLCUR_OVER.............................................................................................................................384
4.101 MODULE_TEMP_OVER......................................................................................................................................385
4.102 MODULEFILE_UPDATE_FAIL..........................................................................................................................386
4.103 MS_REI..................................................................................................................................................................387
4.104 MS_SNCP_PS........................................................................................................................................................388
4.105 MS_SNCP_STA_INDI..........................................................................................................................................389
4.106 MS_APS_INDI_EX...............................................................................................................................................391
4.107 MULTI_RPL_OWNER..........................................................................................................................................392
4.108 NEBD_XC_DIF.....................................................................................................................................................393

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4.109 NESF_LOST..........................................................................................................................................................395
4.110 NESTATE_INSTALL............................................................................................................................................396
4.111 NO_BD_PARA......................................................................................................................................................397
4.112 NO_BD_SOFT.......................................................................................................................................................398
4.113 NO_ELABEL.........................................................................................................................................................399
4.114 NODEID_MM........................................................................................................................................................400
4.115 NULL_SEND.........................................................................................................................................................401
4.116 OCH_FDI...............................................................................................................................................................402
4.117 OCH_FDI-O...........................................................................................................................................................403
4.118 OCH_FDI-P............................................................................................................................................................404
4.119 OCH_LOS-P...........................................................................................................................................................405
4.120 OCH_OCI...............................................................................................................................................................406
4.121 OCH_SSF...............................................................................................................................................................407
4.122 OCH_SSF-O...........................................................................................................................................................408
4.123 OCH_SSF-P............................................................................................................................................................409
4.124 ODU_AIS...............................................................................................................................................................410
4.125 ODU_LCK..............................................................................................................................................................411
4.126 ODU_OCI...............................................................................................................................................................412
4.127 ODUk_LOFLOM...................................................................................................................................................413
4.128 ODUk_PM_LCK....................................................................................................................................................415
4.129 ODUk_PM_OCI.....................................................................................................................................................416
4.130 ODUk_PM_TIM....................................................................................................................................................417
4.131 ODUk_TCMn_AIS................................................................................................................................................418
4.132 ODUk_TCMn_BDI................................................................................................................................................419
4.133 ODUk_TCMn_DEG...............................................................................................................................................420
4.134 ODUk_TCMn_EXC...............................................................................................................................................422
4.135 ODUk_TCMn_LCK...............................................................................................................................................423
4.136 ODUk_TCMn_LTC...............................................................................................................................................424
4.137 ODUk_TCMn_OCI................................................................................................................................................425
4.138 ODUk_TCMn_SSF................................................................................................................................................426
4.139 ODUk_TCMn_TIM................................................................................................................................................427
4.140 ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI........................................................................................................................................428
4.141 ODUKSP_PS..........................................................................................................................................................430
4.142 ODUKSP_STA_INDI............................................................................................................................................431
4.143 OH_LOOP..............................................................................................................................................................433
4.144 OLP_PS..................................................................................................................................................................434
4.145 OLP_STA_INDI.....................................................................................................................................................436
4.146 OMS_BDI...............................................................................................................................................................437
4.147 OMS_BDI-O..........................................................................................................................................................438
4.148 OMS_BDI-P...........................................................................................................................................................439
4.149 OMS_FDI-O...........................................................................................................................................................440

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4.150 OMS_FDI-P............................................................................................................................................................441
4.151 OMS_LOS-P..........................................................................................................................................................442
4.152 OMS_SSF...............................................................................................................................................................443
4.153 OMS_SSF-O...........................................................................................................................................................444
4.154 OMS_SSF-P...........................................................................................................................................................445
4.155 OOL........................................................................................................................................................................446
4.156 OOS_LOST............................................................................................................................................................447
4.157 OPA_FAIL_INDI...................................................................................................................................................448
4.158 OPU1_MSIM..........................................................................................................................................................449
4.159 OPU1_VCAT_SQM...............................................................................................................................................449
4.160 OPU1_VCAT_VcPLM..........................................................................................................................................450
4.161 OPU2_MSIM..........................................................................................................................................................451
4.162 OPU3_MSIM..........................................................................................................................................................452
4.163 OPUk_PLM............................................................................................................................................................453
4.164 OSC_RDI................................................................................................................................................................454
4.165 OTS_BDI................................................................................................................................................................455
4.166 OTS_BDI-O............................................................................................................................................................456
4.167 OTS_BDI-P............................................................................................................................................................457
4.168 OTS_LOS-O...........................................................................................................................................................458
4.169 OTS_LOS-P............................................................................................................................................................459
4.170 OTS_TIM...............................................................................................................................................................460
4.171 OTU_AIS................................................................................................................................................................460
4.172 OTU_LOF..............................................................................................................................................................462
4.173 OTU_LOM.............................................................................................................................................................463
4.174 OTUk_AIS..............................................................................................................................................................464
4.175 OTUk_BDI.............................................................................................................................................................465
4.176 OTUk_DEG............................................................................................................................................................466
4.177 OTUk_EXC............................................................................................................................................................467
4.178 OTUk_LOF............................................................................................................................................................468
4.179 OTUk_LOM...........................................................................................................................................................469
4.180 OTUk_SSF.............................................................................................................................................................470
4.181 OTUk_TIM.............................................................................................................................................................471
4.182 OUT_PWR_LOW..................................................................................................................................................473
4.183 OWSP_PS...............................................................................................................................................................474
4.184 OWSP_STA_INDI.................................................................................................................................................475
4.185 PATCH_ACT_TIMEOUT.....................................................................................................................................477
4.186 PATCH_DEACT_TIMEOUT................................................................................................................................478
4.187 PATCH_PKGERR.................................................................................................................................................479
4.188 PM_BDI..................................................................................................................................................................480
4.189 PM_BEI..................................................................................................................................................................481
4.190 PM_BIP8_OVER...................................................................................................................................................482

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4.191 PM_BIP8_SD.........................................................................................................................................................483
4.192 PM_TIM.................................................................................................................................................................485
4.193 PORTSWITCH_FAIL............................................................................................................................................486
4.194 POWER_ABNORMAL.........................................................................................................................................486
4.195 POWER_DIFF_OVER...........................................................................................................................................488
4.196 PRBS_LSS..............................................................................................................................................................489
4.197 PUM_BCM_ALM..................................................................................................................................................490
4.198 PUM_TEM_ALM..................................................................................................................................................491
4.199 R_LOC....................................................................................................................................................................492
4.199.1 R_LOC(OCS)......................................................................................................................................................492
4.199.2 R_LOC(OTN)......................................................................................................................................................493
4.200 RELAY_ALARM_CRITICAL .............................................................................................................................494
4.201 RELAY_ALARM_IGNORE ................................................................................................................................495
4.202 RELAY_ALARM_MAJOR ..................................................................................................................................496
4.203 RELAY_ALARM_MINOR ..................................................................................................................................497
4.204 REM_SD................................................................................................................................................................498
4.205 RS_CROSSTR........................................................................................................................................................499
4.206 RTC_FAIL..............................................................................................................................................................500
4.207 S1_SYN_CHANGE...............................................................................................................................................501
4.208 SCC_LOC...............................................................................................................................................................502
4.209 SERVICE_TYPE_EXCEED_LICENSE...............................................................................................................503
4.210 SERVICE_CAPACITY_EXCEED_LICENSE.....................................................................................................504
4.211 SHELF_AREA_POWER_OVER..........................................................................................................................505
4.212 SLAVE_WORKING..............................................................................................................................................506
4.213 SM_BDI..................................................................................................................................................................507
4.214 SM_BEI..................................................................................................................................................................509
4.215 SM_BIP8_OVER...................................................................................................................................................509
4.216 SM_BIP8_SD.........................................................................................................................................................511
4.217 SM_IAE..................................................................................................................................................................512
4.218 SM_TIM.................................................................................................................................................................513
4.219 SNCP_FAIL...........................................................................................................................................................514
4.220 SO_SK_MISMATCH............................................................................................................................................515
4.221 SPEED_OVER.......................................................................................................................................................517
4.222 SUBRACK_ID_CONFLICT..................................................................................................................................518
4.223 SUBRACK_ID_MISMATCH................................................................................................................................519
4.224 SUBRACK_LOOP.................................................................................................................................................520
4.225 SUM_INPWR_HI..................................................................................................................................................521
4.226 SW_SNCP_PS........................................................................................................................................................522
4.227 SW_SNCP_STA_INDI..........................................................................................................................................523
4.228 SWDL_ACTIVATED_TIMEOUT........................................................................................................................525
4.229 SWDL_AUTOMATCH_INH................................................................................................................................526

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4.230 SWDL_CHGMNG_NOMATCH...........................................................................................................................526
4.231 SWDL_COMMIT_FAIL........................................................................................................................................528
4.232 SWDL_INPROCESS.............................................................................................................................................528
4.233 SWDL_NEPKGCHECK........................................................................................................................................529
4.234 SWDL_PKG_NOBDSOFT....................................................................................................................................530
4.235 SWDL_PKGVER_MM..........................................................................................................................................531
4.236 SWDL_ROLLBACK_FAIL..................................................................................................................................532
4.237 SYN_BAD..............................................................................................................................................................533
4.238 SYNC_C_LOS.......................................................................................................................................................534
4.239 SYNC_DISABLE...................................................................................................................................................536
4.240 SYNC_F_M_SWITCH..........................................................................................................................................537
4.241 SYNC_LOCKOFF.................................................................................................................................................538
4.242 SYNC_FAIL...........................................................................................................................................................540
4.243 SYSPARA_CFDB_NOSAME...............................................................................................................................541
4.244 SYSLOG_COMM_FAIL.......................................................................................................................................541
4.245 T_LOSEX...............................................................................................................................................................542
4.246 T_SLIP....................................................................................................................................................................543
4.247 TEM_HA................................................................................................................................................................544
4.248 TEM_LA................................................................................................................................................................545
4.249 TEMP_OVER.........................................................................................................................................................546
4.250 TEST_STATUS......................................................................................................................................................548
4.251 THUNDERALM....................................................................................................................................................549
4.252 TIME_LOS.............................................................................................................................................................550
4.253 TIME_NO_TRACE_MODE..................................................................................................................................551
4.254 TR_LOC.................................................................................................................................................................552
4.255 TU_AIS_VC3.........................................................................................................................................................554
4.256 TU_LOP_VC3........................................................................................................................................................555
4.257 VCAT_LOA...........................................................................................................................................................556
4.257.1 VCAT_LOA(OCS)..............................................................................................................................................557
4.257.2 VCAT_LOA(OTN).............................................................................................................................................558
4.258 VCAT_LOM_VC3.................................................................................................................................................558
4.259 VCAT_LOM_VC4.................................................................................................................................................559
4.260 VOA_ADJUST_FAIL............................................................................................................................................561
4.261 VOADATA_MIS...................................................................................................................................................562
4.262 W_R_FAILURE.....................................................................................................................................................563
4.263 WAVEDATA_MIS................................................................................................................................................564
4.264 WAVELEN_OVER................................................................................................................................................565
4.265 XC_UNSWITCH....................................................................................................................................................566

5 Performance Event List.............................................................................................................568


5.1 Product Performance Event List.................................................................................................................................569
5.1.1 Performance Event of Check and Error Correction.................................................................................................569

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5.1.2 Performance Event of Pointer Justification.............................................................................................................570


5.1.3 Performance Event of Equipment Function............................................................................................................570
5.1.4 Performance Event of Multiplex Section Bit Error.................................................................................................574
5.1.5 Performance Event of Regenerator Section Bit Error.............................................................................................575
5.1.6 Performance Event of Higher Order Path Bit Error................................................................................................576
5.1.7 Performance Event of Lower Order Path Bit Error.................................................................................................576
5.1.8 Performance Event of OTN.....................................................................................................................................577
5.1.9 Performance Event List of RMON Function...........................................................................................................585
5.1.10 TCM Performance Event ......................................................................................................................................589
5.1.11 Performance Event of FC......................................................................................................................................590
5.2 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................................591
5.2.1 CRPC Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................591
5.2.2 D40V Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................592
5.2.3 D40 Board Performance Event List.........................................................................................................................592
5.2.4 DCP Board Performance Event List........................................................................................................................592
5.2.5 EGSH Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................592
5.2.6 FIU Board Performance Event List.........................................................................................................................594
5.2.7 HSC1 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................594
5.2.8 HBA Board Performance Event List.......................................................................................................................594
5.2.9 ITL Board Performance Event List.........................................................................................................................595
5.2.10 LDM Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................595
5.2.11 LDMD Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................596
5.2.12 LDMS Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................598
5.2.13 LDX Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................600
5.2.14 LOG Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................601
5.2.15 LOM Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................603
5.2.16 LQMD Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................606
5.2.17 LQMS Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................607
5.2.18 LQM Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................609
5.2.19 LSXLR Board Performance Event List.................................................................................................................611
5.2.20 LSXL Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................612
5.2.21 LSXR Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................613
5.2.22 LSX Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................614
5.2.23 LWXS Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................615
5.2.24 M40V Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................616
5.2.25 M40 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................616
5.2.26 MCA4 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................616
5.2.27 MCA8 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................616
5.2.28 MR8V Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................617
5.2.29 ND2 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................617
5.2.30 NQ2 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................618

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5.2.31 NS2 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................621


5.2.32 NS3 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................622
5.2.33 OAU1 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................624
5.2.34 OBU1 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................624
5.2.35 OBU2 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................624
5.2.36 OLP Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................625
5.2.37 RDU9 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................625
5.2.38 RDU9 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................625
5.2.39 RMU9 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................625
5.2.40 ROAM Board Performance Event List.................................................................................................................625
5.2.41 SC1 Board Performance Event List.......................................................................................................................626
5.2.42 SC2 Board Performance Event List.......................................................................................................................626
5.2.43 SFD64 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................626
5.2.44 SF64 Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................627
5.2.45 SF64A Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................628
5.2.46 SL64 Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................629
5.2.47 SLD64 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................629
5.2.48 SLH41 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................630
5.2.49 SLO16 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................631
5.2.50 SLQ16 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................631
5.2.51 SLQ64 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................632
5.2.52 STG Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................632
5.2.53 SXM Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................633
5.2.54 TDC Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................633
5.2.55 TDX Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................633
5.2.56 TMX Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................635
5.2.57 TOG Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................636
5.2.58 TOM Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................637
5.2.59 TQX Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................639
5.2.60 VA1 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................641
5.2.61 VA4 Board Performance Event List......................................................................................................................641
5.2.62 WMU Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................641
5.2.63 WSD9 Board Performance Event List...................................................................................................................641
5.2.64 WSM9 Board Performance Event List..................................................................................................................641
5.2.65 WSMD2 Board Performance Event List...............................................................................................................642
5.2.66 WSMD4 Board Performance Event List...............................................................................................................642
5.2.67 XCH Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................642
5.2.68 XCM Board Performance Event List....................................................................................................................642
5.2.69 XCT Board Performance Event List.....................................................................................................................642

6 Performance Event Processing................................................................................................643


6.1 AUPJCHIGH..............................................................................................................................................................648

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6.2 AUPJCLOW...............................................................................................................................................................649
6.3 AUPJCNEW...............................................................................................................................................................650
6.4 BCV............................................................................................................................................................................651
6.5 CCV............................................................................................................................................................................652
6.6 CRC4BBE..................................................................................................................................................................652
6.7 CRC4FEBBE..............................................................................................................................................................653
6.8 CRC4ES......................................................................................................................................................................654
6.9 CRC4FEES.................................................................................................................................................................655
6.10 CRC4FESES.............................................................................................................................................................656
6.11 CRC4FEUAS............................................................................................................................................................656
6.12 CRC4SES.................................................................................................................................................................657
6.13 CRC4UAS................................................................................................................................................................658
6.14 EDTMP.....................................................................................................................................................................659
6.15 EDTPL......................................................................................................................................................................660
6.16 ENVTMP..................................................................................................................................................................660
6.17 FEC_AFT_COR_ER................................................................................................................................................661
6.18 FEC_AFT_COR_ERAVR........................................................................................................................................662
6.19 FEC_BEF_COR_ER................................................................................................................................................663
6.20 FEC_BEF_COR_ERAVR........................................................................................................................................664
6.21 FEC_COR_0BIT_CNT............................................................................................................................................665
6.22 FEC_COR_1BIT_CNT............................................................................................................................................665
6.23 FEC_COR_BYTE_CNT..........................................................................................................................................666
6.24 FEC_UNCOR_BLOCK_CNT.................................................................................................................................666
6.25 HPBBE.....................................................................................................................................................................667
6.26 HPES........................................................................................................................................................................668
6.27 HPFEBBE.................................................................................................................................................................669
6.28 HPFEES....................................................................................................................................................................670
6.29 HPFESES..................................................................................................................................................................671
6.30 HPFEUAS................................................................................................................................................................672
6.31 HPSES......................................................................................................................................................................673
6.32 HPUAS.....................................................................................................................................................................674
6.33 ICCLC......................................................................................................................................................................675
6.34 ICTMP......................................................................................................................................................................676
6.35 LSBIAS....................................................................................................................................................................677
6.36 LSCLC......................................................................................................................................................................678
6.37 LSIOP.......................................................................................................................................................................679
6.38 LSOOP......................................................................................................................................................................680
6.39 LSTMP.....................................................................................................................................................................681
6.40 MSBBE.....................................................................................................................................................................682
6.41 MSES........................................................................................................................................................................683
6.42 MSFEBBE................................................................................................................................................................684

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6.43 MSFEES...................................................................................................................................................................685
6.44 MSFESES.................................................................................................................................................................685
6.45 MSFEUAS................................................................................................................................................................686
6.46 MSSES......................................................................................................................................................................687
6.47 MSUAS....................................................................................................................................................................688
6.48 ODU2PMBIP8..........................................................................................................................................................689
6.49 ODUk_PM_BBE......................................................................................................................................................690
6.50 ODUk_PM_BBER...................................................................................................................................................691
6.51 ODUk_PM_ES.........................................................................................................................................................692
6.52 ODUk_PM_FEBBE.................................................................................................................................................693
6.53 ODUk_PM_FEBBER...............................................................................................................................................694
6.54 ODUk_PM_FEES....................................................................................................................................................694
6.55 ODUk_PM_FESES..................................................................................................................................................695
6.56 ODUk_PM_FESESR................................................................................................................................................696
6.57 ODUk_PM_FEUAS.................................................................................................................................................697
6.58 ODUk_PM_SES.......................................................................................................................................................697
6.59 ODUk_PM_SESR....................................................................................................................................................698
6.60 ODUk_PM_UAS......................................................................................................................................................699
6.61 ODUk_TCMn_BBE.................................................................................................................................................700
6.62 ODUk_TCMn_BBER..............................................................................................................................................701
6.63 ODUk_TCMn_BIAES.............................................................................................................................................702
6.64 ODUk_TCMn_ES....................................................................................................................................................703
6.65 ODUk_TCMn_FEBBE............................................................................................................................................703
6.66 ODUk_TCMn_FEBBER..........................................................................................................................................704
6.67 ODUk_TCMn_FEES................................................................................................................................................705
6.68 ODUk_TCMn_FESES.............................................................................................................................................706
6.69 ODUk_TCMn_FESESR...........................................................................................................................................706
6.70 ODUk_TCMn_FEUAS............................................................................................................................................707
6.71 ODUk_TCMn_IAES................................................................................................................................................708
6.72 ODUk_TCMn_SES..................................................................................................................................................708
6.73 ODUk_TCMn_SESR...............................................................................................................................................709
6.74 ODUk_TCMn_UAS.................................................................................................................................................710
6.75 OSPICCV.................................................................................................................................................................710
6.76 OSPITMP.................................................................................................................................................................711
6.77 OTU2SMBIP8..........................................................................................................................................................712
6.78 OTUk_BBE..............................................................................................................................................................713
6.79 OTUk_BBER............................................................................................................................................................714
6.80 OTUk_ES.................................................................................................................................................................715
6.81 OTUk_FEBBE..........................................................................................................................................................716
6.82 OTUk_FEBBER.......................................................................................................................................................716
6.83 OTUk_FEES.............................................................................................................................................................717

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6.84 OTUk_FESES..........................................................................................................................................................718
6.85 OTUk_FESESR........................................................................................................................................................719
6.86 OTUk_FEUAS.........................................................................................................................................................719
6.87 OTUk_SES...............................................................................................................................................................720
6.88 OTUk_SESR............................................................................................................................................................721
6.89 OTUk_UAS..............................................................................................................................................................722
6.90 PCLSOP....................................................................................................................................................................723
6.91 PCLSSN....................................................................................................................................................................724
6.92 PCLSWL..................................................................................................................................................................724
6.93 PCLSWLO................................................................................................................................................................725
6.94 RPL...........................................................................................................................................................................726
6.95 RSBBE......................................................................................................................................................................727
6.96 RSCSES....................................................................................................................................................................728
6.97 RSES.........................................................................................................................................................................729
6.98 RSOFS......................................................................................................................................................................730
6.99 RSOOF.....................................................................................................................................................................731
6.100 RSSES....................................................................................................................................................................731
6.101 RSUAS...................................................................................................................................................................732
6.102 SUMIOP.................................................................................................................................................................733
6.103 SUMOOP................................................................................................................................................................735
6.104 TLB.........................................................................................................................................................................736
6.105 TPL.........................................................................................................................................................................737
6.106 VC3BBE.................................................................................................................................................................738
6.107 VC3CSES...............................................................................................................................................................739
6.108 VC3ES....................................................................................................................................................................741
6.109 VC3FEBBE............................................................................................................................................................743
6.110 VC3FECSES..........................................................................................................................................................744
6.111 VC3FEES...............................................................................................................................................................745
6.112 VC3FESES.............................................................................................................................................................746
6.113 VC3FEUAS............................................................................................................................................................748
6.114 VC3SES..................................................................................................................................................................749
6.115 VC3UAS.................................................................................................................................................................750
6.116 WCV.......................................................................................................................................................................751
6.117 XCSTMP................................................................................................................................................................752

7 Event List.....................................................................................................................................754
8 Event Processing........................................................................................................................757
8.1 EAPE Abnormal Event Notification..........................................................................................................................758
8.2 EAPE Adjustment Result Event Notification.............................................................................................................759
8.3 OWSP Abnormal Event..............................................................................................................................................762
8.4 ODUk SPRing Abnormal Event.................................................................................................................................765
8.5 RMON Performance Value Is Above the Upper Threshold.......................................................................................767

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8.6 RMON Module Performance Value Is Lower than the Lower Threshold.................................................................769
8.7 1+1 Equipment Level Protection Switching Event Report........................................................................................771

A Glossary......................................................................................................................................773
B Acronyms and Abbreviations.................................................................................................778

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1 Overview

About This Chapter

This chapter describes the meaning, indicator status, category, range, and impact of the alarms
of four levels. It also describes the meaning and category of performance events, and provides
the suppression relation of alarms and performance event suppression by alarms.

1.1 Alarm Level


This section respectively describes the meaning, impact, and indicator status of the alarms of
four levels.

1.2 Alarm Category


This section describes the meaning and range of alarms in different categories.

1.3 Performance Event Category


The performance events can be classified into ten categories according to the functions
monitored by the performance events.

1.4 Alarm Signal Flow


This section describes the alarm signal flow of the OTU. It describes the generation, detection,
and transmission of alarms when the OTU accesses different types of signals.

1.5 Suppression Relation of Alarms


This section describes the rules of alarm suppression and provides the suppression relation figure
of common alarms. The efficiency for handling the alarms can be enhanced due to the alarm
suppression.

1.6 Performance Event Suppression by Alarms


An optical interface can report several alarms and performance events. Some performance events
are not important for the maintenance engineer.

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1.1 Alarm Level


This section respectively describes the meaning, impact, and indicator status of the alarms of
four levels.

The alarm level is used to identify the severity, importance, and urgency of the alarms. The
alarms can be classified into the following four levels in the sequence of decreasing severity:
critical alarm, major alarm, minor alarm, and warning alarm.

l Critical alarm: The alarm needs to be handled immediately; otherwise, the system will be
down.
l Major alarm: The alarm needs to be handled in time; otherwise, some important functions
will not be performed.
l Minor alarm: The alarm is used to inform the maintenance personnel of locating the alarm
causes and removing the incipient fault.
l Warning alarm: The alarm need not be handled. The maintenance personnel only need to
know the running status of the equipment.

For the meaning and corresponding indicator status on the board of the alarms of the four levels,
see Table 1-1.

Table 1-1 Alarm levels

Alarm Level Definition Indicator Status

Critical alarm Global fault alarms and event alarms that The SRV indicator is on
cause system down (red).

Major alarm Faulty alarms and event alarms of certain The SRV indicator is on
boards or lines (red).

Minor alarm General fault alarms and event alarms that are The SRV is on (yellow).
used to indicate whether the board or line is
normally working such as board reset and
failure or timeout of occupation of common
resources.

Warning Fault alarms and event alarms for warning The alarm indicator is off.
alarm

1.2 Alarm Category


This section describes the meaning and range of alarms in different categories.

The alarms can be classified into the following six categories. For details, see Table 1-2.

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Table 1-2 Alarm category

Alarm Definition Example


Category

Communication Alarms related to the NE The alarm is generated when the


alarm communication, ECC NE communication is interrupted
communication, and or the optical signal is lost.
communication with optical
signals

Process alarm Alarms related to the software The alarm is generated when the
processing and anomalies database is in error or the NE is in
the installing state.

Equipment alarm Alarms related to the hardware of The alarm is generated when the
the equipment laser is faulty or the optical
interface is looped back.

Service alarm Alarms related to the service status The alarm is generated when the
and network service quality signals at the line layer are
degraded.

Environment Alarms related to the power supply The alarm is generated when the
alarm system and environment of the temperature of the power module is
equipment room excessively high.

Security alarm Alarms related to the network The alarm is generated when the
management and the NE security NE user is not logged in.

1.3 Performance Event Category


The performance events can be classified into ten categories according to the functions
monitored by the performance events.

The performance events are important parameters that reflect the working performance of the
equipment. Knowledge of the generation principle, related boards, and alarms of the
performance events is helpful to find incipient faults in routine maintenance and analyze the
fault. The categories of the performance events are listed in Table 1-3.

The performance events and alarms are related. When the number of performance events exceeds
the pre-set threshold, the related alarm is triggered. Hence, when a performance event is
generated, check whether the related alarm is generated and handle the performance event
according to the handling procedure of the related alarm.

The OptiX OSN 8800 I provides the remote monitoring function through which the network can
monitor the transmission of data in different network segments. Remote monitoring (RMON)
provides flexible detection modes and control mechanisms to cater for the needs of different
types of networks. The RMON defines a serial of statistic formats and functions to realize the
data exchange among the control stations and detection stations in compliance with the RMON
standard. The RMON also provides error diagnosis, planning, and information receiving of the
performance events of the entire network.

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Table 1-3 Performance event categories

Performance Event Definition


Category

Performance event related to bit The performance event is generated when bit errors occur
errors of the regenerator section at the regenerator section in the SDH frames of the signals
on the WDM side or the client side of the board.

Performance event related to bit The performance event is generated when bit errors occur
errors of the multiplex section at the multiplex section in the SDH frames of the signals
on the WDM side or the client side of the board.

Performance event related to bit The performance event is generated when bit errors occur
errors of the higher order path in the higher order path.

Performance event related to bit The performance event is generated when bit errors occur
errors of the lower order path in the lower order path.

Performance event of pointer The performance event is generated when the board
justification performs the pointer justification

Performance event related to the The performance event is generated when the board
verification and error correction performs the service verification or bit error correction.

Performance event related to the The performance event is generated when the optical
equipment function power, working current of the laser, or other factors about
the running environment exceed the threshold.

OTN performance event The performance event is generated when bit errors occur
in the PM, TCM, or SM segment of the OTN service.

TCM Performance Event The TCM performance events are used to monitor the
transmission performance in the tandem connection.

RMON performance event The performance event is related to the mode in which the
board transmits or receives the data packets and the
number and quality of transmitted or received packets in
different lengths.

FC performance event The performance event is generated when parameter


changes in the FC.

1.4 Alarm Signal Flow


This section describes the alarm signal flow of the OTU. It describes the generation, detection,
and transmission of alarms when the OTU accesses different types of signals.

1.4.1 Overview
This section describes the seven types of scenarios of the alarm signal flow, SF, SD, and basic
concepts in the alarm signal flow diagram.

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Classification
For a WDM product, the detection and transmission of alarms vary according to the type of the
signals that are accessed into the OTU. The OTU is classified into the following types:

l Non-convergent OTU
It refers to an OTU that converts one channel of client service signals.
l Convergent OTU
It refers to an OTU that converges and converts multiple channels of client service signals.
l Regenerating OTU
It refers to an OTU that regenerates the corresponding service signals at an intermediate
station.

According to the type of the OTU and the type of the signals accessed by the OTU, the following
seven situations are defined in this section:

l Non-convergent OTU processing standard SDH signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the non-convergent OTU processes
standard SDH signals.
l Non-convergent OTU processing standard OTN signals
This section describes the alarm signal flow when the non-convergent OTU processes
standard OTN signals.
l Convergent OTU processing standard SDH signals
This section describes the alarm signal flow when the convergent OTU processes standard
SDH signals.
l Convergent OTU processing standard OTN signals
This section describes the alarm signal flow when the convergent OTU processes standard
OTN signals.
l Regenerating OTU
This section describes the alarm signal flow of the regenerating OTU.
l OTU with the cross-connect function
This section describes the alarm signal flow of the OTU with the cross-connect function.
l OTU processing GE signals
This section describes the alarm signal flow when the OTU processes GE signals.

SF and SD
SF is a signal failure event, and SD is a signal degrade event. The SF and SD events are trigger
conditions of a protection switching. Whether the SD event is used as a trigger condition,
however, it can be set by the user.

The SF and SD events are marked in the alarm signal flow diagrams in this section. These events
are generated when the equipment configured with network protection detects a certain alarm.
If the equipment is not configured with the network protection, The SF and SD events are not
detected or reported.

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Concepts
The following concepts are used in the diagrams in this section:

l WDM side: It is the WDM side of the OTU.


l Client side: it is the client side of the OTU. On the client side, the services from a client
device are accessed.
l Middle part: It is the middle part between the WDM side and the client side. It is a virtual
concept, and thus is not displayed on the U2000. This concept is introduced to describe the
alarm detection mechanism.
l N#1: It indicates channel 1 at optical interface N on the OTU. For example, the client-side
optical interfaces of the LQMD unit are numbered 3, 4, 5, and 6, and the WDM-side optical
interface of the LQMD unit is numbered 1. Then, 3#1 indicates channel 1 at client-side
optical interface 3.
l 1#N: It indicates channel N at WDM-side optical interface 1 on the OTU. For example,
1#3 indicates channel 3 at WDM-side optical interface 1.

1.4.2 Non-Convergent OTU Processing Standard SDH Signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the non-convergent OTU processes standard
SDH signals.

Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the alarm signal flows when the non-convergent OTU processes
standard SDH signals.

NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figures in this section is not enabled.

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Figure 1-1 Alarm signal flow 1: when the non-convergent OTU processes standard SDH signals

Station A Station B Client device

Client-side WDM-side WDM-side Client-side Client-device

R_LOS
R_LOS REM_SF R_LOF

R_LOF
R_LOF REM_SF R_LOF

MS_AIS
MS_AIS REM_SF MS_AIS

BI errors
B1_EXC REM_SD B1 errors

BI errors
B1_SD B1 errors
SD
PM BIP8 errors ODUk_PM_DEG/
Errors
ODUk_PM_EXC

PM remote BER
performance events
SD
SM BIP8 Errors OTUk_DEG/
Errors
OTUk_EXC

OTUk remote BER


performance events

SF
OTUk_AIS
OTUk_AIS R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI
&OTUk_BDI
SF
OTUk_LOM
OTUk_LOM R_LOF
ODUk_PM_BDI
&OTUk_BDI

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm or performance event

This section describes the alarm signal flow by analyzing how the OTU processes the R_LOS
alarm and PM BIP8 errors. The alarm signal flows of other alarms are similar.

l R_LOS
The client side of the OTU at station A receives R_LOS signals. The R_LOS signals are
processed on the WDM side of the OTU and then are sent to station B. The client side of
the OTU at station B detects the REM_SF alarm. The alarm is then sent to the downstream
client device of station B, and the OTU reports the R_LOF alarm to the client device.
l PM BIP8 errors

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The OTU at station B detects PM BIP 8 errors on the WDM side. When the PM BIP 8
errors exceed the threshold, the ODUk_PM_DEG or ODUk_PM_EXC alarm is generated.
The number of errors determines which alarm is generated. In addition, the performance
events indicting ODUk PM remote bit errors are sent to the WDM side of upstream station
A. The bit errors are then sent to the client device (The bit errors cannot be sent to the
downstream station except that the PM BIP 8 errors are from the data inside). The alarms
related to bit errors are detected in the client device.

Figure 1-2 Alarm signal flow 2: when the non-convergent OTU processes standard SDH signals
Station A Station B Client device
Client-side WDM-side WDM-side Client-side Client-device
SF
MFAS frame discontinuous
OTUk_LOM
ODUk_PM_BDI
&OTUk_BDI The SF event is generated when the
SFTIM follow-up response is Enabled.
PM TTI byte mismatch
ODUk_PM_TIM R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI
The SF event is generated when the
SF TIM follow-up response is Enabled.
SM TTI byte mismatch
OTUk_TIM R_LOF

OTUk_BDI

ODUk_PM_BDI
ODUk_PM_BDI

OTUk_BDI
OTUk_BDI

Excessive bit errors before FEC


BEFFEC_EXC

SF
OTUk_LOF
OTUk_LOF R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI
&OTUk_BDI
ODUk_PM_AIS/ SF
ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_LCK ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_OCI/ R_LOF
ODUk_PM_LCK

ODUk_PM_BDI
SF
R_LOS
R_LOS R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI
&OTUk_BDI

SF: SF event detecting Alarm processing

xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm

Detects and reports the xxx alarm when the TIM follow-up
xxx
response is Enabled.

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This section describes the alarm signal flow by analyzing how the OTU processes the
OTUk_LOF alarm. The alarm signal flows of other alarms are similar.

The WDM side of the OTU at station B detects the OTUk_LOF alarm. Then, the OTU sends
the ODUk_PM_BDI and OTUk_BDI alarms to the WDM side of upstream station A. In addition,
the alarm is then sent to the client side of station B. After the alarm is processed on the client
side, the R_LOF alarm is detected in the client device.

1.4.3 Non-Convergent OTU Processing Standard OTN Signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the non-convergent OTU unit processes
standard OTN signals.

Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-4 show the alarm signal flows when the non-convergent OTU processes
standard OTN signals.

NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figures in this section is not enabled.
The non-intrusive monitoring of the board shown in the figures in this section is enabled.

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Figure 1-3 Alarm signal flow 1: when the non-convergent OTU processes standard OTN signals

Station A Station B Client device

Client-side WDM-side WDM-side Client-side Client-device

R_LOS SF
R_LOS ODUk_PM_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI
SD
PM BIP8 errors ODUk_PM_DEG/
ODUk_PM_DEG/ PM BIP8 errors
ODUk_PM_EXC ODUk_PM_EXC

SM BIP8 errors OTUk_DEG/


OTUk_EXC
OTUk remote BER SD
performance events SM BIP8 errors
OTUk_DEG/
OTUk_EXC
OTUk remote BER
performance events
SD
PM BIP8 errors
ODUk_PM_DEG/
PM BIP8 errors
ODUk_PM_EXC

SF
OTUk_LOF
OTUk_LOF ODUk_PM_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI
SF
OTUk_LOM
OTUk_LOM ODUk_PM_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI
SF
OTUk_AIS
OTUk_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI OTUk_LOF/
OTUk_LOM/ SF
OTUk_AIS OTUk_LOF/
OTUk_LOM/ ODUk_PM_AIS
OTUk_AIS

OTUk_BDI

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm or performance event

This section describes the alarm signal flow by analyzing how the OTU unit processes the
R_LOS and OTUk_LOF alarms. The alarm signal flow of other alarms is similar.
l R_LOS
The client side of the OTU at station A receives R_LOS signals. The R_LOS signals are
processed on the WDM side of the OTU and then are sent to station B. The WDM side of
the OTU at station B detects the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm, and then an SF event is generated.
The event triggers a protection switching. The alarm is then sent to the downstream client
equipment of station B, and the OTU reports the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm to the client
equipment.
l OTUk_LOF
The OTUk_LOF alarm is detected on the WDM side of the OTU board at station B, and
station B sends the OTUk_BDI alarm to the WDM side of the OTU at the upstream station

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A. At the same time, the alarm is then sent to the downstream station of station B, where
it is processed on the client side of the OTU. In this case, the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is
detected in the client equipment. An SF event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU
at station B, and a service channel protection switching is triggered.
The client side of the OTU at station A receives OTUk_LOF signals. The OTU sends the
OTUk_BDI alarm to the upstream client equipment of station A. In addition, the LOF alarm
is processed on the WDM side of the OTU and then is sent to station B. The WDM side of
the OTU at station B detects the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm, and then an SF event is generated.
The event triggers a protection switching. The alarm is then sent to the downstream client
equipment of station B, and the OTU reports the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm to the client
equipment.

Figure 1-4 Alarm signal flow 2: when the non-convergent OTU processes standard OTN signals

Station A Station B Client device

Client-side WDM-side WDM-side Client-side Client-device

The SF event is generated when the


SF TIM follow-up response is Enabled.
SM TTI byte mismatch
OTUk_TIM The SF event is generated when the
SF TIM follow-up response is Enabled.
SM TTI byte mismatch
OTUk_TIM
OTUk_BDI

OTUk_BDI

OTUk_BDI OTUk_BDI
OTUk_BDI OTUk_BDI

Transparent transmission of all PM signals

ODUk_PM_AIS/
SF
ODUk_PM_LCK/
ODUk_PM_OCI ODUk_PM_AIS/ ODUk_PM_AIS/ ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_LCK/ ODUk_PM_LCK/ ODUk_PM_LCK/
ODUk_PM_OCI ODUk_PM_OCI ODUk_PM_OCI

R_LOS SF
R_LOS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm

l OTUk_TIM
After the OTU at station A receives the OTUk_TIM alarm on the client side, it sends the
OTUk_BDI alarm to the upstream station, but it does not send the OTUk_TIM alarm to
the downstream station. If the TIM is enabled in the subsequent action, an SF event is
generated and the WDM side of the OTU at station B reports the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm.
The ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is sent to the downstream and the client device reports this
alarm.

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After the OTU at station B receives the OTUk_TIM alarm on the WDM side, this alarm is
not sent to the downstream if the TIM is not enabled in the subsequent action. If the TIM
is enabled in the subsequent action, an SF event is generated. After the client side of station
B processes the event, the client device reports the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm.
l OTUk_BDI
The OTU detects the OTUk_BDI alarm from the upstream station. This alarm is not sent
to the downstream station.
l ODUk_PM_TIM/ODUk_PM_BDI
The OTU transparently transmits all PM alarms.
l ODUk_PM_AIS/ODUk_PM_LCK/ODUk_PM_OCI
The client side of the OTU at station A receives ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_LCK, or
ODUk_PM_OCI signals. The signals are not processed and reported at the local station.
After the signals are sent to station B, the WDM side of the OTU at station B detects the
ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_LCK, or ODUk_PM_OCI alarm. Then, an SF event is
generated. The event triggers a protection switching. The alarm is then sent to the
downstream client equipment of station B, and the OTU reports the ODUk_PM_AIS,
ODUk_PM_LCK, or ODUk_PM_OCI alarm to the client equipment.
l R_LOS
The WDM side of the OTU at station B detects the R_LOS alarm. The OTU sends the
OTUk_BDI alarm to the WDM side of upstream station A. In addition, the alarm is then
sent to the client side of station B. After the alarm is processed on the client side, the
ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is detected in the client equipment.
An SF event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU at station B, and a protection
switching is triggered.

1.4.4 Convergent OTU Processing Standard SDH Signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the convergent OTU processes standard SDH
signals.

Figure 1-5 and Figure 1-6 show the alarm signal flows when the convergent OTU processes
standard SDH signals.

NOTE

In Figure 1-5, N#1 indicates channel 1 at optical interface N of the OTU. For example, the client-side
optical interfaces of the LQMD are numbered 3, 4, 5, and 6, and the WDM-side optical interface of the
LQMD is numbered 1. Hence, 3#1 indicates channel 1 at client-side optical interface 3. 1#N indicates
channel N at WDM-side optical interface 1 on the OTU. For example, 1#3 indicates channel 3 at WDM-
side optical interface 1.
Middle part is the middle part between the WDM side and the client side. It is a virtual concept, and thus
is not displayed on the U2000. This concept is introduced to describe the alarm detection mechanism. In
the middle part of the convergent OTU, the optical interface numbers and channel numbers of signals are
reallocated.

NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figures in this section is not enabled.
The non-intrusive monitoring of the board shown in the figures in this section is enabled.

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Figure 1-5 Alarm signal flow 1: when the convergent OTU processes standard SDH signals
Station A Station B Client device
Client-side Middle WDM-side WDM-side Middle Client-side Client-device

R_LOS
N#1 R_LOS N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOS N#1 R_LOS N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOS N#1 R_LOS N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOS N#1 R_LOS N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOS
N#1 R_LOS N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOF
N#1 R_LOF N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF

R_LOC
N#1 R_LOC N#1 REM_SF N#1 R_LOF
SD
Errors
N#1 Errors 1#N BIT Errors Errors

A
N#1 A 1#N A A

B
N#1 B 1#N B B

C
N#1 C 1#N C C

D
N#1 D 1#N D D

A, B, C, D are the others of the SDH alarms

SF:SF event detecting SD:SD event detecting Alarm processing

xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm.

This section describes the alarm signal flow through an example in which four client-side
services are accessed on the convergent OTU.

l Four channels of R_LOS signals are accessed on the client side.


The OTU at station A accesses four channels of R_LOS signals on the client side. After
being processed in the middle part of the OTU at station A, the alarm signals are then sent
to station B. The REM_SF alarm is generated on the client side of station B. The R_LOF
alarm is detected in the client equipment.
l One channel of R_LOS signals are accessed on the client side.
The OTU at station A accesses one channel of R_LOS signals on the client side, for
example, channel 1 at optical interface 3. After being processed in the middle part and on
the WDM side of the OTU at station A and the WDM side of station B, the alarm signals
are then sent to the downstream station. The REM_SF alarm of channel 1 at optical interface
3 is generated on the client side of station B. The R_LOF alarm is detected in the client
equipment.
l Non-R_LOS signals are accessed on the client side.
The signal flow of the R_LOF or the LOC is similar to that of the R_LOS.

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When any other alarms are accessed, the same alarm is reported at each detection point in
the system.

Figure 1-6 Alarm signal flow 2: when the convergent OTU processes standard SDH signals
Station A Station B Client device
Client-side Middle WDM-side WDM-side Middle Client-side Client-device

R_LOF

SF R_LOF
R_LOS
R_LOS
R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI&
OTUk_BDI R_LOF

OTUk_LOF/ R_LOF
OTUk_LOM/ SF
OTUk_AIS/ OTUk_LOF/ R_LOF
OTUk_TIM OTUk_LOM/
OTUk_AIS/
OTUk_TIM R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI&
R_LOF
OTUk_BDI

R_LOF
ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_LCK/ SF
ODUk_PM_OCI/ ODUk_PM_AIS/ R_LOF
ODUk_PM_TIM ODUk_PM_LCK/
ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_TIM R_LOF

ODUk_PM_BDI R_LOF

Errors
SD
PM BIP8 errors ODUk_PM_DEG/ Errors
ODUk_PM_EXC
Errors

OTUk remote BER


Errors
performance events

Errors

SD
Errors
SM BIP8 errors OTUk_DEG/
OTUk_EXC
Errors

PM remote BER
performance events Errors

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm or performance event

For TIM alarm: The SF event is generated when the TIM follow-up response is Enabled.

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This section describes the alarm signal flow through an example in which four client-side
services are accessed on the convergent OTU.

l There is R_LOS, OTUk_LOF, OTUk_AIS, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI, or


ODUk_PM_LCK on the WDM side.
The WDM side of the OTU at station B accesses and processes the alarm signals. The OTU
sends the ODUk_PM_BDI and OTUk_BDI alarm to the WDM side of upstream station A.
In addition, the alarm is then sent to the client side of station B. After the alarm is processed
on the client side, the R_LOF alarm is detected in the client equipment.
An SF event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU at station B, and a protection
switching is triggered.
l There are bit error alarms on the WDM side.
The OTU at station B accesses and processes bit error alarm signals on the WDM side, and
then sends remote bit error performance events to the WDM side of upstream station A.
The bit error alarm is then sent to the client side of the downstream station B, and the bit
error alarm is detected in the client equipment.
An SD event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU at station B. In this case, users can
determine whether the SD event triggers a service channel protection switching through
proper configuration.

1.4.5 Convergent OTU Processing Standard OTN Signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the convergent OTU processes standard OTN
signals.

Figure 1-7 and Figure 1-8 show the alarm signal flows when the convergent OTU processes
standard OTN signals.

NOTE

In Figure 1-7, N#1 indicates channel 1 at optical interface N of the OTU. For example, the client-side
optical interfaces of the LQMD unit are numbered 3, 4, 5, and 6, and the WDM-side optical interface of
the LQMD unit is numbered 1. Hence, 3#1 indicates channel 1 at client-side optical interface 3. 1#N
indicates channel N at WDM-side optical interface 1 on the OTU. For example, 1#3 indicates channel 3
at WDM-side optical interface 1.
Middle part is the middle part between the WDM side and the client side. It is a virtual concept, and thus
is not displayed on the U2000. This concept is introduced to describe the alarm detection mechanism. In
the middle part of the convergent OTU, the optical interface number and channel number of signals are re-
allocated.
NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figures in this section is not enabled.
The non-intrusive monitoring of the board shown in the figures in this section is enabled.

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Figure 1-7 Alarm signal flow 1: when the convergent OTU processes standard OTN signals
Station A Station B Client device

Client-side Middle WDM-side WDM-side Middle Client-side Client-device

R_LOS SF
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 R_LOS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

R_LOS SF
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 R_LOS

R_LOS SF
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 R_LOS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

R_LOS SF

Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 R_LOS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

R_LOS SF
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 R_LOS
OTUk_LOM SF

Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 OTUk_LOM N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_LOF SF
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 OTUk_LOF N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_TIM
SF
Inserts OTUk_BDI back N#1 OTUk_TIM
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS
ODUk_PM_AIS
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS SF
N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS N#1 ODUk_PM_AIS

A 1#N A
N#1 A 1#N A

B 1#N B 1#N B
N#1 B

C 1#N C 1#N C
N#1 C

SD
BIT errors
N#1 BIT errors 1#N BIT errors 1#N BIT errors

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing

xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm A, B, C are the others of the OTN alarms

For TIM alarm: The SF event is generated when the TIM follow-up response is Enabled.

This section describes the alarm signal flow through an example in which four client-side
services are accessed on the convergent OTU.

l Four channels of R_LOS signals are accessed on the client side.


The OTU at station A accesses four channels of R_LOS signals on the client side. After
being processed in the middle part and on the WDM side of the OTU at station A, the alarm
signals are then sent to station B. The ODUk_PM_AIS alarm of the corresponding channel
is generated in the middle part of station B. The ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is detected in the
client device.
An SF event is generated in each channel of the OTU at station B, and a protection switching
is triggered.
l One channel of R_LOS, OTUk_LOM or OTUk_LOF signals is accessed on the client side.
The OTU at station A accesses one channel of R_LOS, OTUk_LOM or OTUk_LOF signals
on the client side, for example, channel 1 at optical interface 3. After being processed in
the middle part and on the WDM side of the OTU at station A and the WDM side of station

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B, the alarm signals are then sent to the downstream station. The ODUk_PM_AIS alarm
of channel 3 at optical interface 1 is generated in the middle part of station B. The
ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is detected in the client device.
An SF event is generated in each channel of the OTU at station B, and a protection switching
is triggered.
l The alarm signals except for the signals of the R_LOS, OTUk_LOM, and OTUk_LOF
alarms are accessed on the client side.
When any of other alarm signals is accessed, the corresponding alarm is reported at each
detection point in the system.

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Figure 1-8 Alarm signal flow 2: when the convergent OTU processes standard OTN signals
Station A Station B Client device

Client-side Middle WDM-side WDM-side Middle Client-side Client-device

ODUk_PM_AIS

R_LOS SF ODUk_PM_AIS
R_LOS
ODUk_PM_AIS

ODUk_PM_BDI
ODUk_PM_AIS
&OTUk_BDI

ODUk_PM_AIS
OTUk_LOF/ SF
OTUk_LOM/ ODUk_PM_AIS
OTUk_AIS OTUk_LOF/
OTUk_LOM/
OTUk_AIS ODUk_PM_AIS

ODUk_PM_BDI
ODUk_PM_AIS
&OTUk_BDI

ODUk_PM_AIS

ODUk_PM_AIS/ SF
ODUk_PM_LCK/ ODUk_PM_AIS/ ODUk_PM_AIS
ODUk_PM_OCI
ODUk_PM_LCK/
ODUk_PM_OCI ODUk_PM_AIS

ODUk_PM_BDI ODUk_PM_AIS

Errors
SD
PM BIP8 errors Errors
ODUk_PM_DEG/
ODUk_PM_EXC
Errors

PM remote BER
performance events Errors

Errors

SD
SM BIP8 errors Errors
OTUk_DEG/
OTUk_EXC
Errors

OTUk remote BER


performance events Errors

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm or performance event

NOTE

The value of k on the WDM-side is different from that of the client device.

This section describes the alarm signal flow through an example in which four client-side
services are accessed on the convergent OTU.

l There is R_LOS, OTUk_LOF, OTUk_AIS, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI or


ODUk_PM_LCK on the WDM side.

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The WDM side of the OTU at station B accesses and processes the alarm signals. The OTU
sends the ODUk_PM_BDI or OTUk_BDI alarm to the WDM side of upstream station A.
In addition, the alarm is then sent to the client side of station B. After the alarm is processed
on the client side, the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm is detected in the client device.
An SF event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU at station B, and a protection
switching is triggered.
l There are bit error alarms on the WDM side.
The WDM side of the OTU at station B accesses and processes the bit error alarm signals.
The OTU sends the remote bit error performance events to the WDM side of upstream
station A. The alarm is then sent to the client side of the downstream station B. The error-
dependent alarm is detected in the client device.
An SD event is generated on the WDM side of the OTU at station B, and a protection
switching is triggered.

1.4.6 Regenerating OTU


This section describes the alarm signal flow of the regenerating OTU.

Figure 1-9 shows the alarm signal flow of the regenerating OTU.

NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figure in this section is not enabled.
The non-intrusive monitoring of the board shown in the figure in this section is enabled.

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Figure 1-9 Alarm signal flow of the regenerating OTU

Station A Station B(REG) Station C

WDM-side WDM-side1 WDM-side2 WDM-side

MFASframe discontinuous
OTUk_LOM ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI

PM TTI byte mismatch PM TTI byte mismatch


ODUk_PM_TIM ODUk_PM_TIM

SM TTI byte mismatch TIM follow-up response is Enabled.


OTUk_TIM ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI

ODUk_PM_BDI
ODUk_PM_BDI ODUk_PM_BDI

OTUk_BDI
OTUk_BDI

OTUk_LOF
OTUk_LOF ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI

ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_LCK ODUk_PM_AIS/ ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_OCI/ ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_LCK ODUk_PM_LCK

PM BIP8 errors ODUk_PM_DEG/ ODUk_PM_DEG/


ODUk_PM_EXC ODUk_PM_EXC

SM BIP8 errors OTUk_DEG/


OTUk_EXC

Excessive bit errors before FEC


BEFFEC_EXC

R_LOS
R_LOS ODUk_PM_AIS

OTUk_BDI

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


Detects and reports the xxx
xxx
alarm

In the case of the regenerating OTU, all alarms in the SM section are terminated at the local
station and are not sent to the downstream station (except that the OTUk_LOF alarm is inserted
with an ODUk_PM_AIS alarm to the downstream station). Other alarms are then sent to the

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downstream station, and are reported on the WDM side of the OTU (except that the R_LOS
alarm is inserted with an ODUk_PM_AIS alarm to the downstream station).

1.4.7 Alarm Signal Processing of the OTU with the Cross-Connect


Function
The OTU with the cross-connect function supports the service transmission in the straight-
through mode or the cross-connect mode. The processing of alarm signals in one mode is
different from that in the other mode.

Straight-Through Mode
Figure 1-10 shows the unidirectional signal flow in the straight-through mode.

NOTE

The optical interface number and channel number shown in Figure 1-10 are the numbers that are displayed
on the U2000.

Figure 1-10 OTU with the cross-connect function in the straight-through mode
A B
3#1(RX1) 3#1(TX1)
1#3 1#3
4#1(RX2) 4#1(TX2)
1#4 1(OUT) 1(IN) 1#4
5#1(RX3) 5#1(TX3)
1#5 1#5
6#1(RX4) 6#1(TX4)
1#6 1#6

As shown in Figure 1-10, the four channels of optical signals accessed from RX1-RX4 on unit
A at the upstream station are sent to channels 3-6 that correspond to the OUT port in the straight-
through mode. One channel of optical signals that are input from the IN port on unit B at the
downstream station is demultiplexed into four channels of optical signals, which are then directly
sent to TX1-TX4.

Hence, in the straight-through mode, the REM_SF and REM_SD alarms at the downstream
station indicate that the signals at the corresponding port on the client side at the upstream station
fail or bit errors at this port exceed the threshold. For example, when the services in channel 1
at optical interface 3 on unit A at the upstream station fail, channel 1 at optical interface 3 on
unit B at the downstream station reports the REM_SF alarm.

Cross-Connect Mode
The cross-connect mode is classified into intra-unit cross-connection and inter-unit cross-
connection.

l Intra-unit cross-connection
In Figure 1-11, the cross-connection from RX3 (channel 1 at optical interface 5) on unit
A to OUT (channel 3 at optical interface 1) on unit A is defined as the intra-unit cross-
connection.

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l Inter-unit cross-connection
In Figure 1-11, the cross-connection from RX1 (channel 1 at optical interface 3) on unit
C to OUT (channel 6 at optical interface 1) on unit A is defined as the inter-unit cross-
connection. The inter-unit cross-connection is realized by using the backplane.

Figure 1-11 shows the unidirectional signal flow in the cross-connect mode.

Figure 1-11 OTU with the cross-connect function in the cross-connect mode

A B
3#1(RX1) 3#1(TX1)
1#3 1#3
4#1(RX2) 4#1(TX2)
1#4 1(OUT) 1(IN) 1#4
5#1(RX3) 5#1(TX3)
1#5 1#5
6#1(RX4) 6#1(TX4)
1#6 1#6

3#1(RX1)
1#3
4#1(RX2)
1#4
5#1(RX3)
1#5
6#1(RX4)
1#6

In Figure 1-11, the following cross-connections are created:

l Intra-unit cross-connection from RX3 (channel 1 at optical interface 5) on unit A to OUT


(channel 3 at optical interface 1) on unit A
l Inter-unit cross-connection from RX1 (channel 1 at optical interface 3) on unit C to OUT
(channel 6 at optical interface 1) on unit A

The signals that are received from RX3 (channel 1 at optical interface 5) on unit A at the upstream
station are sent to IN (channel 3 at optical interface 1) on unit B at the downstream station. The
signals received from RX1 (channel 1 at optical interface 3) on unit C at the upstream station
are sent to IN (channel 6 at optical interface 1) on unit B at the downstream station.

The meaning of optical channels regarding the REM_SF and REM_SD alarms in the cross-
connect mode is different from that in the straight-through mode. For example, when the services
in channel 1 at optical interface 4 on unit A at the upstream station fail, unit B at the downstream
station reports the REM_SF alarm in channel 1 at optical interface 3; when the services in channel
1 at optical interface 3 on unit C at the upstream station fail, unit B at the downstream station
reports the REM_SF alarm in channel 1 at optical interface 6.

Hence, when a unit reports the REM_SF or REM_SD alarm, query the cross-connections of the
unit at the upstream station to locate the alarm signal source. Then, check whether the client
signal status such as the optical power, fibers and optical modules in the channel at the
corresponding optical interface is normal. If not, take the corresponding maintenance measures.

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NOTICE
In any mode, proper configuration must be made on the U2000.

1.4.8 OTU Processing GE Signals


This section describes the alarm signal flow when the OTU board processes Ethernet service
signals.

The GE services are encapsulated into OTN signals or SDH signals after they are accessed on
the client side of the OTU on an Ethernet network. The alarm signal processing when the GE
services are encapsulated into OTN signals differs slightly from the alarm signal processing
when the GE services are encapsulated into SDH signals.

Figure 1-12 and Figure 1-13 show the signal flow when the GE services are encapsulated into
OTN signals and the signal flow when the GE services are encapsulated into SDH signals
respectively.

NOTE

The ALS function of the OTU shown in the figures in this section is not enabled.

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Figure 1-12 Alarm signal flow 1: when the OTU processes GE signals

Station A Station B Client device


WDM- WDM-
Client-side Middle Middle Client-side Client-device
side side

Scenario 1: The client sides are in the non-negotiation mode.


R_LOS
R_LOS REM_SF LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR None REM_SF

Scenario 2: The client sides are in the auto-negotiation mode.


R_LOS REM_SF
R_LOS LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR

LPT=Enable LINK_ERR LINK_ERR


LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR None None
LPT=Disable

Errors
Errors Errors

SD
PM BIP8 errors
ODUk_PM_DEG/ Errors
ODUk_PM_EXC

PM remote BER
performance events
SD
SM BIP8 errors
OTUk_DEG/ Errors
OTUk_EXC

OTUk remote BER


performance events
SF
R_LOS
R_LOS LINK_ERR
OTUk_BDI&
ODUk_PM_BDI
OTUk_AIS/ SF
OTUk_LOF/ OTUk_AIS/
OTUk_LOM OTUk_LOF LINK_ERR
/
OTUk_BDI& OTUk_LOM
ODUk_PM_BDI
ODUk_PM_AIS/
ODUk_PM_OCI/ SF
ODUk_PM_LCK ODUk_PM_AIS/ LINK_ERR
ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_LCK
ODUk_PM_BDI

SF: SF event detecting SD: SD event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm or performance event

This section describes the alarm signal flow when the OTU processes the R_LOS and
LINK_ERR alarms. The signal flow for processing other alarms is similar.
l R_LOS

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The client sides of the OTUs at station A and station B work in the non-auto-negotiation
mode. The R_LOS alarm signal is received on the client side of the OTU at station A. The
alarm signal is sent to station B after it is processed on the WDM side of the OTU. In this
case, the REM_SF alarm is generated on the client side of the OTU at station B, and the
client equipment at station B reports the LINK_ERR alarm.
The client sides of the OTUs at station A and station B work in the auto-negotiation mode.
The R_LOS alarm signal is received on the client side of the OTU at station A. The alarm
signal is sent to station B after it is processed on the WDM side of the OTU. In this case,
the REM_SF and LINK_ERR alarms are generated on the client side of the OTU at station
B, and the client equipment at station B reports the LINK_ERR alarm.
l LINK_ERR
The client sides of the OTUs at station A and station B work in the non-auto-negotiation
mode. The client signals at station A contain LINK_ERR alarms, and the client signals are
transmitted transparently from station A to the WDM side of the OTU at station B.
The client sides of the OTUs at station A and station B work in the auto-negotiation mode.
In the case of the Ethernet board that supports the LPT function, when the LPT enabling
status is set to Disable, the LINK_ERR alarm is not generated on the client side of the OTU
at station B; when the LPT enabling status is set to Enable, the LINK_ERR alarm is
generated on the client side of the OTU at station B.

Figure 1-13 Alarm signal flow 2: when the OTU processes GE signals

Station A Station B Client device

Client-side WDM-side WDM-side Client-side Client-device

Scenario 1: The client sides are in the non-negotiation mode.


R_LOS
R_LOS REM_SF LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR None None

Scenario 2: The client sides are in the auto-negotiation mode.


R_LOS REM_SF
R_LOS LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR

LPT=Enable LINK_ERR LINK_ERR


LINK_ERR
LINK_ERR None None
LPT=Disable

SF
R_LOS
R_LOS None LINK_ERR

MS_BDI

SF: SF event detecting Alarm processing


xxx Detects and reports the xxx alarm

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This section describes the alarm signal flow when the R_LOS alarm is received on the WDM
side of the OTU at station B. The signal flow for processing other alarms is similar to Figure
1-12.

After the R_LOS alarm is received on the WDM side of the OTU at station B, the SF event is
generated. In addition, station B sends the MS_BDI alarm to the WDM side of the OTU at station
A, and the client equipment at station B reports the LINK_ERR alarm.

1.4.9 Optical-Layer Alarm Signal Processing on OTN


This section describes how an OTU board processes optical-layer alarm signals and how the
alarm signals flow.

Certain alarms are specific to the OCh, OMS, or OTS optical layer. This section mainly describes
the association relations between the optical-layer alarms generated by each NE.

The following part describes the alarm association relations in three network scenarios, as shown
in Figure 1-14, Figure 1-15, and Figure 1-16.

Figure 1-14 Scenario I

OTU OTU

OTU
OM OA OA OD
OTU
Client-side equipment

Client-side equipment
Line-side ODF

Line-side ODF

OTU OTU

SC1 FIU FIU SC1

OTU OTU

OTU
OD OA OA OM
OTU

OTU OTU

Station A Station B

In this scenario, there are two stations. Station A and station B are OTM stations.

In this scenario, the OTS, OMS, and OCh trails are between adjacent nodes.

In case of the following faults, the association relations of alarms are as follows:
l The fiber from station A to station B is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI alarm.
l At station A, the optical amplifier unit in direction A-to-B is faulty.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-P alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI-P alarm.
l At station A, the optical amplifier in direction A-to-B loses input light.

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The FIU board at station A inserts the OTS_PMI signal and the FIU board at station B does
not report the OTS_LOS-P alarm.
l At station A, the fiber in direction SC1-to-FIU is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-O alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI-O alarm.
l The configuration of TTI to be received at station B is inconsistent with TTI transmitted
by station A.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_TIM alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI alarm.
l The optical multiplexer (OM) unit at station A is faulty.
The optical demultiplexer (OD) unit at station B reports the OMS_LOS-P alarm and the
OM unit at station A reports the OMS_BDI-P alarm.
l The OTU board at station A is faulty.
The OTU board at station B reports the OCh_LOS-P alarm.

Figure 1-15 Scenario II

OTU OTU
OTU
Client-side equipment

Client-side equipment
OM OA OA OD
East line-side ODF
OA OTU
Line-side ODF

Line-side ODF
West line-side

OTU OTU
ODF

FI
SC1 FIU SC1
U FIU SC2 FIU
OTU OTU
OTU
OD OA OA OM
OA OTU
OTU OTU

Station A Station B Station C

In this scenario, there are three stations. Station A and station C are OTM stations, and station
B is an OLA station.

In this scenario, station OLA only amplifies signals and terminates the OTS layer. The OMS
and OCh trails are between station A and station C.

In case of the following faults, the association relations of alarms are as follows:
l The fiber from station A to station B is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS alarm and the OD unit at station C reports
the OMS_FDI or OMS_SSF alarm. The FIU board and OM unit at station A report the
OTS_BDI alarm and OMS_BDI alarm respectively.
l At station A, the optical amplifier unit in direction A-to-B is faulty.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-P alarm. The OD unit at station C reports
the OMS_FDI-P or OMS_SSF-P alarm. The FIU board and OM unit at station A report the
OTS_BDI-P alarm and OMS_BDI-P alarm respectively.
l At station A, the optical amplifier in direction A-to-B loses input light.

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The FIU board at station A inserts the OTS_PMI signal and the FIU board at station B does
not report the OTS_LOS-P alarm.
l At station A, the fiber in direction SC1-to-FIU is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-O alarm. The OD unit at station C reports
the OMS_FDI-O or OMS_SSF-O alarm. The FIU board and OM unit at station A report
the OTS_BDI-O alarm and OMS_BDI-O alarm respectively.
l The configuration of TTI to be received at station B is inconsistent with TTI transmitted
by station A.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_TIM alarm. The OD unit at station C reports
the OMS_FDI or OMS_SSF alarm. The FIU board and OM unit at station A report the
OTS_BDI alarm and OMS_BDI alarm respectively.
l The OM unit at station A is faulty.
The OD unit at station C reports the OMS_LOS-P alarm and the OM unit at station A
reports the OMS_BDI-P alarm.
l The OTU board at station A is faulty.
The OTU board at station B reports the OCh_LOS-P alarm.

Figure 1-16 Scenario III


West client- East client-
side side

OTU OOO O O OO O
T T T T T T T T OTU
U U U U U U U U
OTU
OM OA OD OM OA OD
OTU
Client-side equipment

Client-side equipment
West line-side ODF

East line-side ODF

Line-side ODF
OTU
Line-side ODF

OTU OA WSD9 RMU9 OA


FI FI
FIU FIU SC1
SC1
U U SC2

OTU RMU9 WSD9 OA OTU


OA
OTU
OD OA OA OM
OM OD
OTU

OTU O O O OO O OO
T T T T T T T T OTU
U U U UU U UU

West client- East client-


side side
Station A Station B Station C

In this scenario, there are three stations. Station A and station C are OTM stations, and station
B is an ROADM station.

In this scenario, station ROADM adds and drops certain wavelengths. That is, certain
wavelengths are between stations A and B, or stations B and C, and the other wavelengths are
between stations A and C. Hence, certain OCh trails are between stations A and B, or B and C,
and the other OCh trails are between stations A and C.

In case of the following faults, the association relations of alarms are as follows:
l The fiber from station A to station B is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI alarm. Station C reports the OCh_FDI or OCh_SSF alarm (for
wavelengths between stations A and C).

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l At station A, the optical amplifier unit in direction A-to-B is faulty.


The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-P alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI-P alarm. Station C reports the OCh_FDI-P or OCh_SSF-P alarm (for
wavelengths between stations A and C).
l At station A, the optical amplifier in direction A-to-B loses input light.
The FIU board at station A inserts the OTS_PMI signal and the FIU board at station B does
not report the OTS_LOS-P alarm.
l At station A, the fiber in direction SC1-to-FIU is cut.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_LOS-O alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI-O alarm. Station C reports the OCh_FDI-O or OCh_SSF-O alarm
(for wavelengths between stations A and C).
l The configuration of TTI to be received at station B is inconsistent with TTI transmitted
by station A.
The FIU board at station B reports the OTS_TIM alarm and the FIU board at station A
reports the OTS_BDI alarm. Station C reports the OCh_FDI or OCh_SSF alarm (for
wavelengths between stations A and C).
l The OM unit at station A is faulty.
The OD unit at station B reports the OMS_LOS-P alarm and the OM unit at station A
reports the OMS_BDI-P alarm. Station C reports the OCh_FDI-P or OCh_SSF-P alarm
(for wavelengths between stations A and C).
l The OTU board at station A is faulty.
The OTU board at station B reports the OCh_LOS-P alarm (for wavelengths between
stations A and B). The OTU board at station C reports the OCh_LOS-P alarm (for
wavelengths between stations A and C).
l The fiber from station B to station C is cut.
The FIU board at station C reports the OTS_LOS alarm and the FIU board at station B
reports the OTS_BDI alarm.
l At station B, the optical amplifier unit in direction B-to-C is faulty.
The FIU board at station C reports the OTS_LOS-P alarm and the FIU board at station B
reports the OTS_BDI-P alarm.
l At station B, the optical amplifier in direction B-to-C loses input light.
The FIU board at station B inserts the OTS_PMI signal and the FIU board at station C does
not report the OTS_LOS-P alarm.
l At station B, the fiber in direction SC1-to-FIU is cut.
The FIU board at station C reports the OTS_LOS-O alarm and the FIU board at station B
reports the OTS_BDI-O alarm.
l The configuration of TTI to be received at station C is inconsistent with TTI transmitted
by station B.
The FIU board at station C reports the OTS_TIM alarm and the FIU board at station B
reports the OTS_BDI alarm.
l The OM unit at station B is faulty.
The OD unit at station C reports the OMS_LOS-P alarm and the OM unit at station B reports
the OMS_BDI-P alarm.
l The OTU board at station B is faulty.

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The OTU board at station C reports the OCh_LOS-P alarm (for wavelengths from station
B to station C).

1.5 Suppression Relation of Alarms


This section describes the rules of alarm suppression and provides the suppression relation figure
of common alarms. The efficiency for handling the alarms can be enhanced due to the alarm
suppression.

When the equipment is faulty, several alarms may be generated by the same optical interface.
However, some alarms are not important for the maintenance engineer. For example, when the
signal is lost, the optical interface generates the R_LOS alarm accompanied with the alarm
indicating that the B1/B2 bit errors cross the threshold. However, the alarm indicating that the
B1/B2 bit errors cross the threshold is not important for the maintenance engineer. In this case,
the equipment suppresses the alarm indicating that the B1/B2 bit errors cross the threshold
through the R_LOS alarm. Only the R_LOS alarm is reported by the optical interface.

The rules of alarm suppression are as follows:


l The client-side alarms and the WDM-side alarms are relatively independent. There are no
alarm suppression relation between the client-side alarms and the WDM-side alarms.
l There is no alarm suppression relation between the detection alarms related to the board
hardware and the service alarms.
NOTE

Some alarms for the optical module are exceptional. For example, the R_LOS alarm suppresses the
IN_PWR_LOW alarm.
l There is no alarm suppression relation for the alarms that cannot be generated at the same
time.

1.5.1 Suppression of OTN Alarms


There is no alarm suppression for the alarms of different TCM layers. The R_LOS alarm can
suppress all OTN alarms.

The suppression of OTN alarms is shown in theFigure 1-17.

The alarm above the arrow suppresses the alarm below the arrow. For example, the OTUk_LOM
alarm suppresses the OTUk_TIM alarm.

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Figure 1-17 Suppression of OTN alarms

OCH_LOS

OTUk_LOF

OTUk_LOM Note:
The TIM alarm suppresses the
OTUk_SSF
BDI alarm and DEG alarm of
the same layer just when the
TIM follow-up response is
OTUk_TIM Enabled.

OTUk_BDI ODUk_LOFLOM OTUk_DEG

ODUk_TCMn_LTC/
ODUk_TCMn_LCK/ ODUk_TCMn_SSF
ODUk_TCMn_OCI

ODUk_TCMn_TIM

ODUk_TCMn_BDI ODUk_TCMn_DEG

ODUk_PM_OCI/
ODUk_PM_LCK
ODUk_PM_SSF

ODUk_PM_TIM

ODUk_PM_BDI ODUk_PM_DEG

OPUk_PLM

OPUk_MISM

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1.5.2 Suppression of Alarms Related to SDH Services and Other


Common Equipment Alarms
The suppression of SDH service alarms and other common alarms related to equipment alarms
is shown in Figure 1-18.

The alarm above the arrow suppresses the alarm below the arrow. For example, when an optical
interface on the client side loses signals, the optical interface only reports the R_LOS alarm. The
R_LOC and R_LOF alarms are not reported.

Figure 1-18 Suppression of alarms related to SDH services and other common equipment alarms

PORT_MODULE_OF
FLINE

LSR_COOL_ALM
TEM_HA/TEM_LA

IN_PWR_HIGH/
OUT_PWR_HIGH

TF LSR_WILL_DIE

OUT_PWR_LOW TD

R_LOS

IN_PWR_LOW
R_LOC

R_LOF
BEFFEC_EXC

J0_MM

MS_REI
B2_EXC
B1_EXC

MS_AIS MS_RDI
B1_SD
B2_SD

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1.6 Performance Event Suppression by Alarms


An optical interface can report several alarms and performance events. Some performance events
are not important for the maintenance engineer.

When the equipment is faulty, several alarms and performance events may be generated by the
same optical interface. However, some alarms and performance events are not important for the
maintenance engineer. For example, when the signal is lost, the optical interface generates the
R_LOS alarm accompanied with the B1/B2 bit error performance event. However, the B1/B2
bit error performance event is not important for the maintenance engineer. In this case, the
equipment suppresses the B1/B2 bit error performance event through the R_LOS alarm. Only
the R_LOS alarm is reported by the optical interface.

Table 1-4 lists the performance events suppressed by the R_LOS alarm.

Table 1-4 Performance events suppressed by the R_LOS alarm

MSBBE MSFEBBE RSCSES

MSES MSFEUAS RSOFS

MSSES RSBBE FEC_AFT_COR_ER

MSFEES RSES FEC_BEF_COR_ER

MSFESES RSSES

Table 1-5 lists the performance events suppressed by the NO_BD_PARA alarm.

Table 1-5 Performance events suppressed by the NO_BD_PARA alarm

LSBIASCUR LSCLCCUR LSTMPCUR

LSBIASMAX LSCLCMAX LSTMPMAX

LSBIASMIN LSCLCMIN LSTMPMIN

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2 Alarm List

About This Chapter

This chapter describes the alphabetical lists of alarms and lists alarms of every board.

2.1 Product Alarm List


This section lists the alarms supported by the product in alphabetical order.

2.2 Board Alarm List


Lists the alarms of every board.

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2.1 Product Alarm List


This section lists the alarms supported by the product in alphabetical order.

2.1.1 Alarm List A


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with A.

Name Description Level Board

AD_CHECK_FAIL AD (analog to digital Major CRPC


converter) self check
failure

ALM_ALS Automatic laser Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


shutdown (ALS) SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
alarm LD64, SLQ16

ALM_GFP_dCSF The loss of GFP Critica EGSH


client signal l

ALM_GFP_dLFD The loss of GFP Major EGSH


frame delineation

ALM_HANGUP The orderwire phone Minor SC1, SC2


is in the off-hook
state for a long time

APS_MANUAL_STO The MSP protocol is Minor SCC


P manually stopped

APS_FAIL APS protection Major SCC


switching failure

APS_INDI An alarm indicating Major SCC


the APS state

AU_AIS AU alarm indication Major EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


signal SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

AU_LOP AU loss of pointer Major EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

2.1.2 Alarm List B


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with B.

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Name Description Level Board

B1_EXC Regenerator section Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


(B1) excessive errors LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LWXS, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16

B1_SD Regenerator section Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


(B1) signal degraded LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LWXS, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16

B2_EXC Multiplex section Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


(B2) excessive errors SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

B2_SD Multiplex section Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


(B2) signal degraded SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

B3_EXC The number of higher Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


order path B3 bit SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
errors in the signals LD64, SLQ16
received on the line
exceeds the threshold

B3_EXC_VC3 The number of B3 bit Major EGSH


errors in the lower
order path VC-3
exceeds the
threshold.

B3_EXC_VC4 The number of B3 bit Major EGSH


errors in the VC-4
path exceeds the
threshold.

B3_SD The higher order path Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


B3 signals received SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
on the line are LD64, SLQ16
degraded.

B3_SD_VC3 The number of VC-3 Minor EGSH


B3 bit errors exceeds
the threshold.

B3_SD_VC4 The number of B3 bit Minor EGSH


errors in the VC-4
path exceeds the
threshold.

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Name Description Level Board

BD_NOT_INSTALLE Logic board not Minor SCC


D installed alarm

BD_STATUS Board out of position Major All Boards

BDID_ERROR An alarm of slot Major EGSH


verification error

BEFFEC_EXC Signal degraded Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


before FEC LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, LSXL, LSXLR,
LSXR, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
SF64, SFD64, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX

BOOTROM_BAD BOOTROM data Major EGSH, SCC


check failed

BUS_ERR Bus error Critica LOG, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,


l LSXL, LSXLR, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SXM,
TOG, TDX, TOM, TQX, XCH,
XCM, XCT

2.1.3 Alarm List C


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with C.

Name Description Level Board

C2_VCAIS A C2 byte alarm Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


indication SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

CHAN_ADD Channel of single Major MCA4, MCA8


wave signal add

CHAN_LOS Channel of single Critica MCA4, MCA8


wave signal loss l

CHIP_ABN Temperature chip Minor EGSH


failure

CLIENT_PROT_NOT Client-side 1+1 Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


START protection group not LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
started LQMS, LSX, LSXL, LWXS,
TDX, TMX, TOM, TQX, TOG

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Name Description Level Board

CLIENT_PORT_PS Client-side 1+1 Major DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


protection switching LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LWXS, OLP, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX, TOG

CLIENT_PORT_STA The state of the Minor DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


_INDI client-side 1+1 LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
optical channel LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
protection group LWXS, OLP, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX, TOG

CLK_NO_TRACE_M The clock enters into Minor STG


ODE a non-tracing running
mode.

COMMUN_FAIL Internal Major AUX, CRPC, D40, D40V, DCP,


communication EGSH, FIU, GFU, HBA, HSC1,
failure on the board ITL, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,
LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, M40,
M40V, MCA4, MCA8, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, OAU1, OBU1,
OBU2, OLP, RDU9, RMU9,
ROAM, SC1, SC2, SCC,
SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
SLD64, SLQ16, SXM, STG,
TDC, TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM,
TQX, VA1, VA4, WMU,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4, XCH, XCM, XCT

CPC_NODE_ID_ERR Node ID Error Critica SCC


l

CRC4_CROSSTR CRC4 multi-frame Minor HSC1, SC1, SC2


error code count
exceeds the threshold

2.1.4 Alarm List D


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with D.

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Name Description Level Board

DB_RESTORE_FAIL Database restore fail Major SCC


alarm

DBMS_ERROR Database error alarm Major SCC

DBMS_PROTECT_M Database in protect Critica SCC


ODE mode l

DCM_INSUFF Insufficient Minor LSXL, LSXLR, NS3, TDC


dispersion
compensation
margin

DLAG_PROTECT_F DLAG protect failed Major EGSH


AIL alarm

DSP_LOAD_FAIL DSP software Major OAU1, OBU1


loading failure

2.1.5 Alarm List E


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with E.

Name Description Level Board

ETH_8B10B_ERR Ethernet line signal Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


encoding/decoding LQMD, LQMS, TOG, TOM
error

ETH_CFM_LOC Service connectivity Critical EGSH


loss

ETH_CFM_MISME Misconnection Critical EGSH


RGE

ETH_CFM_MACST Remote MAC defect Major EGSH


ATUS indication

ETH_CFM_RDI A remote CFM_OAM Minor EGSH


alarm indication

ETH_CFM_UNEXP Errored frame Minor EGSH


ERI

ETHOAM_DISCOV The point-to-point Minor EGSH


ER_FAIL Ethernet OAM
discovery failure
alarm

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Name Description Level Board

ETHOAM_RMT_C A critical fault occurs Minor EGSH


RIT_FAULT on the remote end of
point-to-point
Ethernet OAM

ETHOAM_RMT_L The remote loopback Minor EGSH


OOP of point-to-point
Ethernet OAM alarm

ETHOAM_RMT_S The remote SD of Minor EGSH


D point-to-point
Ethernet OAM alarm

ETHOAM_SELF_L Loopback of the MAC Major EGSH


OOP port that receives the
OAM protocol
packets in a point-to-
point manner

ETHOAM_VCG_SE Loopback of the Major EGSH


LF_LOOP VCTRUNK port that
receives the OAM
protocol packets in a
point-to-point manner

EX_ETHOAM_CC_ Loss of the periodic Critical EGSH


LOS continuity check
message

EX_ETHOAM_MPI The maintenance Major EGSH


D_CNFLCT point ID conflict

EXT_SYNC_LOS The loss of external Critical STG


clock source

EXT_TIME_LOC The loss of the Major STG


external timing source

2.1.6 Alarm List F


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with F.

Name Description Level Board

FAN_FAIL Fan failed Major CRPC, FAN

FAN_FAULT Fan fault Minor FAN

FC_8B10BERR_OVE 8B10B bit error rate Minor LOM


R crossing alarm

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FC_LINK_ERR FC service link Critica LOM


failure alarm l

FC_SYNC_LOS FC service Critica LDX, LOM


synchronous word l
loss alarm

FCS_ERR The frame check Critica EGSH


sequence (FCS) is l
incorrect

FEC_LOF Received FEC is loss Critica SF64A, SF64, SFD64


of frame l

FEC_OOF Received FEC is out Critica SF64A, SF64, SFD64


of frame l

FPGA_ABN FPGA status is Major CRPC


abnormal

FSELECT_STG The clock board is Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


forcibly selected SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

FWD_PKT_LOSS Packets droped Minor EGSH


alarms

2.1.7 Alarm List G


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with G.

Name Description Level Board

GAINDATA_MIS Mismatch of gain Major HBA, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2


attribute

2.1.8 Alarm List H


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with H.

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Name Description Level Board

HARD_BAD Hardware failed Critica AUX, D40, D40V, DCP, EGSH,


l FIU, HBA, HSC1, ITL, LDM,
LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
LWXS, M40, M40V, MCA4,
MCA8, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
OAU1, OBU1, OBU2, OLP,
RDU9, RMU9, ROAM, SC1,
SC2, SCC, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, STG, SF64,
SFD64, SL64, LD64, SLQ16,
SXM, TDC, TDX, TMX, TOG,
TOM, TQX, VA1, VA4, WMU,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4, XCH, XCM, XCT

HARD_ERR Minor hardware error Minor AUX, D40, D40V, DCP, EGSH,
FIU, HBA, HSC1, ITL, LDM,
LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
LWXS, M40, M40V, MCA4,
MCA8, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
OAU1, OBU1, OBU2, OLP,
RDU9, RMU9, ROAM, SC1,
SC2, SCC, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, STG, SF64,
SFD64, SL64, LD64, SLQ16,
SXM, TDC, TDX, TMX, TOG,
TOM, TQX, VA1, VA4, WMU,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4, XCH, XCM, XCT

HP_LOM Loss of multiframe in Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


the higher order path SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

HP_RDI A remote defect in Minor EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


the higher order path SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

HP_REI A remote error Warni SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


indication in the ng SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
higher order path LD64, SLQ16

HP_SLM A signal label Minor EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


mismatch alarm in SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
the higher order path LD64, SLQ16

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Name Description Level Board

HP_TIM A trace identifier Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


mismatch alarm in SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
the higher order path LD64, SLQ16

HP_UNEQ An alarm indicating Minor EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


that no signals are SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
loaded in the higher LD64, SLQ16
order path

HSC_UNAVAIL Working/protection Minor SCC


switching failed

2.1.9 Alarm List I


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with I.

Name Description Level Board

IN_PWR_HIGH Input optical power is Critica EGSH, HSC1, LDM, LDMD,


too high l LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, RDU9,
SC1, SC2, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDC,
TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

IN_PWR_LOW Input optical power is Critica EGSH, HSC1, LDM, LDMD,


excessively low l LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, RDU9,
SC1, SC2, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDC,
TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

INTRA_OTU_PS Intra-OTU 1+1 Major DCP, LDM, LDMD, LQM,


protection switching LQMD, LWXS, OLP, TOM

INTRA_OTU_STA_I The state of the Intra- Minor DCP, LDM, LDMD, LQM,
NDI OTU 1+1 optical LQMD, LWXS, OLP, TOM
channel protection
group

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2.1.10 Alarm List J


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with J.

Name Description Level Board

J0_MM J0 byte or trace Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


indicator mismatch LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LWXS, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDX,
TMX, TQX, TOM

2.1.11 Alarm List K


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with K.

Name Description Level Board

K1_K2_M The K1 and K2 bytes Minor SCC


mismatch alarm

K2_M The K2 bytes Minor SCC


mismatch alarm

2.1.12 Alarm List L


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with L.

Name Description Level Board

L_SYNC Loss of Critica LDM, LDMS, LDMD, LSX,


synchronization l LOG, LQG, LOM, LQMS,
alarm LQMD, TOM, TOG

LAG_PORT_FAIL Aggregation group Minor EGSH


VCG port failure
alarm

LAN_LOC Ethernet Major EFI1, EFI2


communication
failure

LASER_HAZARD_W Warning indication Critica CRPC, HBA, OAU1, OBU1,


ARNING of the laser hazard l OBU2
level.

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Name Description Level Board

LASER_MODULE_ Optical module Major EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


MISMATCH mismatch alarm LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, NQ2,
ND2, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDX, TMX,
TOG, TOM, TQX

LASER_SHUT The laser of the board Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


is shut down SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

LCAS_FOPR The failure of the Major EGSH


LCAS protocol in the
receive direction

LCAS_FOPT The failure of the Major EGSH


LCAS protocol in the
transmit direction

LCAS_PLCR Partial loss of Minor EGSH


capacity in the LCAS
receive direction

LCAS_PLCT Partial loss of Minor EGSH


capacity in the LCAS
transmit direction

LCAS_TLCR The total loss of Major EGSH


capacity in the LCAS
receive direction

LCAS_TLCT Total loss of capacity Major EGSH


in the LCAS transmit
direction

LINK_ERR Incorrect data link Critica EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


l LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, TOM

LOCAL_FAULT Local fault Minor LDX, LSX, TDX, TQX

LOCKPOW_MIS Mismatch of lock- Major CRPC


power attribute

LOCK_CUR_FAIL Pump drive current Critica CRPC


unlocked alarm l

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LOOP_ALM Indication of loop Minor EGSH, HSC1, LDM, LDMD,


operating LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2,
NS3, SC1, SC2, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDX,
TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

LP_RDI_VC3 Aremote defect Minor EGSH


indication in the
VC-3 lower order
path

LP_SLM_VC3 A signal label Minor EGSH


mismatch alarm in
the VC-3 lower order
path

LP_UNEQ_VC3 No payload is Minor EGSH


equipped in the VC-3
lower order path

LPT_ACTIVE LPT switching is Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


active LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, TDX, TOM, TQX

LPT_RFI A remote failure Critica EGSH


indication alarm of l
link state pass
through

LSR_COOL_ALM Cooling current of Major HSC1, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


the laser over LOG, LOM, LQMD, LQMS,
threshold LSX, LWXS, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TMX

LSR_FORCE_OPEN Laser forced open Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, LSXL, LSXLR,
LSXR, LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2,
NS3, TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM,
TQX

LSR_INVALID Invalid optical Critica EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


module alarm l LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, TDX,
TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

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LSR_WILL_DIE Laser will be out of Critica CRPC, EGSH, HSC1, LDM,


work l LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
SC1, SC2, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDX,
TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

LTI The loss of Major STG


synchronization
source

2.1.13 Alarm List M


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with M.

Name Description Level Board

MOD_COM_FAIL Module Major D40V, M40V, MCA4, MCA8,


communicates RDU9, ROAM, WSD9,
abnormally WSM9, WSMD2, WSMD4

MODULE_ADJUST_ Adjustment of optical Major RDU9, ROAM, WMU,


FAIL module failed WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4

MODULE_COOLCU Module cooling Major D40, M40


R_OVER current exceeds the
threshold

MODULE_TEMP_O Module temperature Major D40, D40V, M40, M40V,


VER exceeds the threshold RMU9

MODULEFILE_UPD Updating the Major D40V, HBA, LWXS, M40V,


ATE_FAIL microprogram and MCA4, MCA8, RDU9,
laser parameter table ROAM, WSD9, WSM9,
failed WSMD2, WSMD4

MS_AIS Multiplex section Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


alarm indication LQMD, LQMS, SF64A,
SLH41, SLO16, SLQ64,
SF64, SFD64, SL64, LD64,
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MS_APS_INDI_EX An extended Major SCC


indication alarm of
the MSP switching
state

MS_RDI Multiplex section Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


remote defect SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
indication LD64, SLQ16

MS_REI Multiplex section Warning SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


remote error SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
indication LD64, SLQ16

MS_SNCP_PS MS SNCP protection Major LOG, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,


switch TOM

MS_SNCP_STA_IND The state of the MS Minor LOG, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,


I SNCP protection TOM
group

MULTI_RPL_OWNE More than one Minor EGSH


R RPL_OWNER alarm

MUT_LOS Loss of multiplexed Critical D40, D40V, DCP, FIU, HBA,


signals OAU1, OBU1, OBU2, OLP,
RDU9, RMU9, ROAM,
WSD9, WSMD2, WSMD4

2.1.14 Alarm List N


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with N.

Name Description Level Board

NEBD_XC_DIF Crossing data of NE Major SCC


and board different

NESF_LOST Lack a set of host Critical SCC


software

NESTATE_INSTAL NE is in install state, Critical SCC


L not configured

NO_BD_PARA No board parameter Critical CRPC, D40, D40V, DCP,


HSC1, M40, M40V, MCA4,
MCA8, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2,
OLP, RMU9, SC1, SC2, WMU

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NO_BD_SOFT No board software Critical CRPC, D40, D40V, DCP,


HSC1, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,
LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, M40,
M40V, MCA4, MCA8, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, OAU1,
OBU1, OBU2, OLP, RMU9,
ROAM, SC1, SC2, SF64A,
SLH41, SLO16, SLQ64, STG,
EGSH, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, SXM, TDC,
TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX,
WMU, XCH, XCM, XCT

NO_ELABEL E-label unloaded Warning D40, D40V, DCP, EGSH,


HSC1, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,
LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, M40,
M40V, MCA4, MCA8, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, OAU1,
OBU1, OBU2, OLP, RMU9,
ROAM, SC1, SC2, STG,
SXM, TDC, TDX, TMX,
TOG, TOM, TQX, WMU,
XCH, XCM, XCT

NESOFT_MM Software difference Major SCC


between working
and protection
boards

NODEID_MM The NODEID_MM Major SCC


is an alarm
indicating the MSP
node ID mismatch

NULL_SEND The NULL signals Minor LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX,


(overhead is LSXL, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
expressed in all "0"s) TDX, TMX, TOM, TQX
are sent out

2.1.15 Alarm List O


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with O.

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Name Description Level Board

OA_LOW_GAIN Optical multiplexed Critica HBA, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2


signal gain low l

OCH_FDI Forward defect Major DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


indication at OCh LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
layer LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, ND2,
OCH_FDI-O Forward defect Minor NQ2, NS2, NS3, OLP, TMX,
indication at OCh TOM
layer (overhead)

OCH_FDI-P Forward defect Minor


indication at OCh
layer (payload)

OCH_LOS-P Loss of signal Critica DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


(payload) at OCh l LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
layer LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, OLP, TMX,
TOM

OCH_OCI Open connection Minor DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


indication at OCh LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
layer LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, OLP, TMX,
TOM

OCH_SSF Server signal fail at Major DCP, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


OCh layer LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
OCH_SSF-O Server signal fail Minor LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, ND2,
(overhead) at OCh NQ2, NS2, NS3, OLP, TMX,
layer TOM
OCH_SSF-P Server signal fail Major
(payload) at OCh
layer

ODU_AIS ODU (optical Major SF64A, SF64, SFD64


channel data unit)
alarm indication
signal

ODU_LCK ODU locked Major

ODU_OCI ODU open Major


connection indication

ODU_SNCP_PS ODU SNCP Major LQMS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,


protection switching TDX, TOM, TQX

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ODU_SNCP_STA_IN The state of the ODU Minor LQMS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
DI SNCP protection TDX, TOM, TQX
group

ODU0_LOFLOM The FAS and MFAS Critica ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TOG,
are abnormal l TOM

ODU0_PM_AIS ODU0 PM alarm Major


indication signal

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU0 PM backward Minor


defect indication

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU0 PM signal Minor


degraded

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU0 PM signal Minor


locked

ODU0_PM_OCI ODU0 PM open Minor


connection indication

ODU0_PM_SSF ODU0 PM Server Critica


signal fail l

ODU0_PM_TIM ODU0 PM section Minor


TTI mismatch

ODU1_LOFLOM The FAS and MFAS Critica LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,
are abnormal l LQMD, LQMS, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TMX, TOG, TOM
ODU1_PM_AIS ODU1 PM alarm Major
indication signal

ODU1_PM_BDI ODU1 PM backward Minor


defect indication

ODU1_PM_DEG ODU1 PM signal Minor


degraded

ODU1_PM_EXC ODU1 PM section Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


BIP8 excessive error LQMD, LQMS, TOM
defect

ODU1_PM_LCK ODU1 PM signal Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


locked LQMD, LQMS, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TMX, TOG, TOM
ODU1_PM_OCI ODU1 PM open Minor
connection indication

ODU1_PM_SSF ODU1 PM Server Critica


signal fail l

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ODU1_PM_TIM ODU1 PM section Minor


TTI mismatch

ODU1_TCMn_AIS ODU1 TCMn alarm Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


indication signal LQMD, LQMS, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TMX, TOM
ODU1_TCMn_BDI ODU1 TCMn Minor
backward defect
indication

ODU1_TCMn_DEG ODU1 TCMn signal Minor


degraded

ODU1_TCMn_EXC ODU1 TCMn section Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


BIP8 excessive error LQMD, LQMS, TOM
defect

ODU1_TCMn_LCK ODU1 TCMn signal Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


locked LQMD, LQMS, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TMX, TOM
ODU1_TCMn_LTC Loss of ODU1 TCMn Minor
serial connection

ODU1_TCMn_OCI ODU1 TCMn open Minor


connection indication

ODU1_TCMn_SSF ODU1 TCMn Server Critica


signal fail l

ODU1_TCMn_TIM ODU1 TCMn TTI Minor


mismatch

ODU2_LOFLOM The FAS and MFAS Critica LOG, ND2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
are abnormal l TMX

ODU2_PM_AIS ODU2 PM alarm Major LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,


indication signal ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
TMX, TQX
ODU2_PM_BDI ODU2 PM backward Minor
defect indication

ODU2_PM_DEG ODU2 PM signal Minor


degraded

ODU2_PM_LCK ODU2 PM signal Minor LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,


locked ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
TMX, TQX
ODU2_PM_OCI ODU2 PM open Minor
connection indication

ODU2_PM_SSF ODU2 PM server Critica


signal fail l

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ODU2_PM_TIM ODU2 PM section Minor


TTI mismatch

ODU2_TCMn_AIS ODU2 TCMn alarm Major LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,
indication signal ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
TMX, TQX
ODU2_TCMn_BDI ODU2 TCMn Minor
backward defect
indication

ODU2_TCMn_DEG ODU2 TCMn signal Minor


degraded

ODU2_TCMn_LCK ODU2 TCMn signal Minor LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,
locked ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
TMX, TQX
ODU2_TCMn_LTC Loss of ODU2 TCMn Minor
serial connection

ODU2_TCMn_OCI ODU2 TCMn open Minor


connection indication

ODU2_TCMn_SSF ODU2 TCMn server Critica


signal fail l

ODU2_TCMn_TIM ODU2 TCMn TTI Minor


mismatch

ODU3_PM_AIS ODU3 PM alarm Major LSXL, LSXLR, NS3


indication signal

ODU3_PM_BDI ODU3 PM backward Minor


defect indication

ODU3_PM_DEG ODU3 PM signal Minor


degraded

ODU3_PM_LCK ODU3 PM signal Minor


locked

ODU3_PM_OCI ODU3 PM open Minor


connection indication

ODU3_PM_SSF ODU3 PM section Critica


TTI mismatch l

ODU3_PM_TIM ODU3 PM section Minor


TTI mismatch

ODU3_PM_EXC ODU3 PM section Major NS3


excessive BIP8 errors

ODU3_TCMn_AIS ODU3 TCMn alarm Major LSXL, LSXLR, NS3


indication signal

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ODU3_TCMn_BDI ODU3 TCMn Minor


backward defect
indication

ODU3_TCMn_DEG ODU3 TCMn signal Minor


degraded

ODU3_TCMn_LCK ODU3 TCMn signal Minor


locked

ODU3_TCMn_LTC Loss of ODU3 TCMn Minor


serial connection

ODU3_TCMn_OCI ODU3 TCMn open Minor


connection indication

ODU3_TCMn_SSF ODU3 TCMn server Critica


signal fail l

ODU3_TCMn_TIM ODU3 TCMn TTI Minor


mismatch

ODUKSP_PS ODUk SP protection Major ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3


switch

ODUKSP_STA_INDI The state of the Minor ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3


ODUk SPRing
protection group

OH_LOOP Overhead bus Minor SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


loopback SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

OLP_PS Optical line Major OLP


protection switching

OLP_STA_INDI The state of the Minor OLP


optical line
protection group

OMS_BDI Backward defect Minor D40, D40V, ITL, MR2, MR4,


indication at OMS MR8, MR8V, RDU9, RMU9,
layer ROAM, SCS, WSD9, WSMD2,
WSMD4
OMS_BDI-O Backward defect Minor
indication (overhead)
at OMS layer

OMS_BDI-P Backward defect Minor


indication (payload)
at OMS layer

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OMS_FDI Forward defect Major


indication at OMS
layer

OMS_FDI-O Forward defect Minor


indication (overhead)
at OMS layer

OMS_FDI-P Forward defect Major


indication (payload)
at OMS layer

OMS_LOS-P Loss of signal Critica D40, D40V, ITL, RDU9, RMU9,


(payload) at OMS l ROAM, SCS, WSD9, WSMD2,
layer WSMD4

OMS_SSF Server signal fail at Major D40, D40V, ITL, MR2, MR4,
OMS layer MR8, MR8V, RDU9, RMU9,
ROAM, SCS, WSD9, WSMD2,
OMS_SSF-O Server signal fail Minor WSMD4
(overhead) at OMS
layer

OMS_SSF-P Server signal fail Major


(payload) at OMS
layer

OOL The phase-locked Major STG


loop is out of lock

OOS_LOST Loss of OOS Minor FIU

OPA_FAIL_INDI Automatic Major CMR2, CMR4, CRPC, D40,


adjustment of power D40V, DCP, DCU, DMR1, FIU,
during optical cross- GFU, HBA, ITL, LDM, LDX,
connection failed LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, LSXL, LSXLR,
LSXR, LWXS, M40, M40V,
MB2, MR2, MR4, MR8, MR8V,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, OAU1,
OBU1, OBU2, OLP, RDU9,
RMU9, ROAM, SBM2, SCS,
TMX, TOM, TOG, VA1, VA4,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4

OPU0_PLM OPU0 payload Minor TOM, TOG


mismatch

OPU1_PLM OPU1 payload Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


mismatch LQMD, LQMS, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TMX, TOG, TOM

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OPU1_MSIM OPU1 multiplex Minor ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TOM


structure indicator
mismatch

OPU2_MSIM OPU2 multiplex Minor LOM, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,


structure indicator TMX
mismatch

OPU2_PLM OPU2 payload Minor LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, ND2,


mismatch NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX, TMX,
TQX

OPU3_MSIM OPU3 multiplex Minor LSXL, LSXLR, NS3


structure indicator
mismatch

OPU3_PLM OPU3 payload Minor LSXL, LSXLR, NS3


mismatch

OSC_LOS Loss of OSC signal Critica HSC1, SC1, SC2


l

OSC_RDI Remote defect Minor HSC1, SC1, SC2


indication

OTU_AIS OTU alarm Major SF64A, SF64, SFD64


indication signal

OTU_LOF Loss of frame Critica SF64A, SF64, SFD64


l

OTU_LOM Loss of Multi-frame Major SF64A, SF64, SFD64

OTU1_AIS OTU1 alarm Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


indication signal LQMD, LQMS, TMX, TOM

OTU1_BDI OTU1 backward Minor


defect indication

OTU1_DEG OTU1 signal Minor


degraded

OTU1_EXC OTU1 BIP8 Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


excessive error defect LQMD, LQMS, TOM

OTU1_LOF The FAS is abnormal Critica LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


l LQMD, LQMS, TMX, TOM

OTU1_LOM The FAS is abnormal Major

OTU1_SSF OTU1 server signal Critica


fail l

OTU1_TIM OTU1 TTI mismatch Minor

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OTU2_AIS OTU2 alarm Major LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,


indication signal ND2, NQ2, NS2, TDX, TMX,
TQX
OTU2_BDI OTU2 backward Minor
defect indication

OTU2_DEG OTU2 signal Minor


degraded

OTU2_LOF The FAS is abnormal Critica LDX, LOG, LOM, LSX, LSXR,
l ND2, NQ2, NS2, TDX, TMX,
TQX
OTU2_LOM The MFAS is Major
abnormal

OTU2_SSF OTU2 server signal Critica


fail l

OTU2_TIM OTU2 TTI mismatch Minor

OTU3_AIS OTU3 alarm Major LSXL, LSXLR, NS3


indication signal

OTU3_BDI OTU3 backward Minor


defect indication

OTU3_DEG OTU3 signal Minor


degraded

OTU3_LOF The FAS is abnormal Critica


l

OTU3_LOM The MFAS is Major


abnormal

OTU3_SSF OTU3 server signal Critica


fail l

OTU3_TIM OTU3 TTI mismatch Minor

OTU3_EXC OTU3 BIP8 Major NS3


excessive error defect

OTS_BDI Backward defect Minor FIU


indication at OTS
layer

OTS_BDI-O Backward defect Minor


indication (overhead)
at OTS layer

OTS_BDI-P Backward defect Minor


indication (payload)
at OTS layer

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OTS_LOS Loss of signal at OTS Critica FIU


layer l

OTS_LOS-O Loss of signal Major


(overhead) at OTS
layer

OTS_LOS-P Loss of signal Critica


(payload) at OTS l
layer

OTS_TIM Trail trace identifier Minor FIU


mismatch at OTS
layer

OUT_PWR_HIGH Output optical power Major CRPC, EGSH, HSC1, LDM,


is too high LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
OUT_PWR_LOW Output optical power Major LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
is excessively low LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
SC1, SC2, TDX, TMX, TOG,
TOM, TQX

OWSP_PS Optical wave share Major DCP


protection switching

OWSP_STA_INDI the state of the optical Minor DCP


wave share
protection group

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This section used a table to list the alarms starting with P.

Name Description Level Board

PATCH_ACT_TIME- Activated patch Minor SCC


OUT overtime

PATCH_DEACT_TI Deactivated patch Minor


MEOUT overtime

PATCH_PKGERR Patch package file Major SCC


error

PM_BDI ODU PM section Major SF64A, SF64, SFD64


backward defect
indication

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PM_BEI ODU PM section Major


backward error
indication

PM_BIP8_OVER ODU layer, PM Major


section BIP exceed
the upper threshold

PM_BIP8_SD Optical channel data Major


unit layer, path
monitoring section
bit interleaved parity
signal degraded

PM_TIM ODU layer PM Major


section TTI
mismatch

PORT_MODULE_OF Port module offline Major EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


FLINE LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXL,
LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS, ND2,
NQ2, NS2, NS3, SF64A,
SLH41, SLO16, SLQ64, SF64,
SFD64, SL64, LD64, SLQ16,
TDX, TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

PORTSWITCH_FAIL Optical switch Major MCA4, MCA8, WMU


switching failure

POWER_ABNORMA Power supply failure Major SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


L SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

POWER_DIFF_OVE Power difference Major DCP, OLP


R between optical
monitoring active
and standby crossed
the threshold

POWER_FAIL Power failure Major CRPC, PIU, SCC

PRBS_LSS PRBS signal lost Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


alarm LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, LSXL, ND2, NQ2,
NS2, NS3, TDX, TMX, TOM,
TQX

PUM_TEM_ALM Working temperature Major OAU1, OBU1, OBU2


of the pump laser
over threshold

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PUM_BCM_ALM Working current of Major CRPC, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2


pump laser over
threshold

PUMP_COOL_EXC Cooling current of Critica CRPC, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2


pump laser over l
threshold

2.1.17 Alarm List R


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with R.

Name Description Level Board

R_LOC Loss of clock on Critica LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


receiving line l LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LWXS, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, SF64, SFD64,
SL64, LD64, SLQ16, TDX,
TMX, TOM, TQX

R_LOF Loss of frame on Critica HSC1, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


receiving line l LDX, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LWXS, SC1, SC2,
SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDX, TMX,
TOM, TQX

R_LOS Loss of signal on Critica DCP, EGSH, LDM, LDMD,


receiving line l LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, OLP,
SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDC, TDX,
TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

R_OOF Out of frame on Critica LSXL


receiving line l

R_SLIP Receiving side frame Major HSC1, SC1, SC2


slipping

RELAY_ALARM_CR Critical relay alarm Critica EFI1


ITICAL l

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RELAY_ALARM_IG Relay alarm warning Warni


NORE ng

RELAY_ALARM_M Major relay alarm Major


AJOR

RELAY_ALARM_Mi Remote signal Minor


nor degraded

REM_SD Remote signal Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


degraded LOG, LOM, LQM, LQMD,
LQMS, LSX, LSXL, TDX,
REM_SF Remote signal Minor TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX
Failure

REMOTE_FAULT Remote fault Minor LDX, LSX, TDX, TQX

RS_CROSSTR Regenerator section Minor LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LDX,


performance over LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
threshold LWXS, TMX, TOM

RTC_FAIL RTC time fail alarm Major SCC

2.1.18 Alarm List S


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with S.

Name Description Level Board

S1_SYN_CHANGE Synchronous source Major STG


changed in S1 mode

SCC_LOC SCC loss of clock Critica HSC1, SC1, SC2


l

SECU_ALM Security alarm Major SCC

SERVICE_CAPACIT The service capacity Major SCC


Y_EXCEED_LICENS exceeds the license
E limit

SERVICE_TYPE_EX The service type Major SCC


CEED_LICENSE exceeds the license
limit

SHELF_AREA_POW Total optical power Critica SCC


ER_OVER consumption of the l
subrack exceeds the
threshold

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SLAVE_WORKING The protection board Warni EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


is working ng SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

SM_BDI OTU SM section Major SF64A, SF64, SFD64


backward defect
indication

SM_BEI OTU layer, SM Major


section backward
error indication

SM_BIP8_OVER OTU layer, SM Major


section bit interleaved
parity exceeds
threshold

SM_BIP8_SD OTU layer, SM Major


section bit interleaved
parity deterioration

SM_IAE OTU layer, SM Major


section incoming
alignment error

SM_TIM OTU layer, SM Trail Major


Trace Identifier (TTI)
is mismatched

SNCP_FAIL The SNCP switching Critica SCC


failure l

SO_SK_MISMATCH The number of Critica EGSH


timeslots bundled at l
the LCAS source is
not consistent with
the number of
timeslots bundled at
the LCAS sink

SPEED_OVER Data rate exceeding Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LQM,


the set limits LQMD, LQMS, LWXS

STORM_CUR_QUE Alarm storm Major SCC


NUM_OVER

SUBRACK_TYPE_M The configured Major SCC


ISMATCH subrack does not
match the physical
subrack

SUBRACK_ID_CON- Conflict of subrack Critica SCC


FLICT ID l

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SUBRACK_ID_MIS- Mismatch of subrack Major SCC


MATCH ID

SUBRACK_LOOP Loop of subrack Critica SCC


l

SUM_INPWR_HI Sum input optical Major D40, D40V, FIU, HBA, OAU1,
power is too high OBU1, OBU2, RMU9, ROAM,
WSD9, WSMD2, WSMD4
SUM_INPWR_LOW Sum input optical Major
power is excessively
low

SW_SNCP_PS SW SNCP protection Major LOG, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,


switching TOM

SW_SNCP_STA_IND The state of the Sub- Minor LOG, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
I Wavelength SNCP TOM
protection group.

SWDL_ACTIVATED Activation time out Critica SCC


_TIMEOUT l

SWDL_AUTOMATC Automatic match Minor SCC


H_INH inhibited

SWDL_CHGMNG_N SCC board changed Critica SCC


OMATCH l

SWDL_COMMIT_FA Commit failure Minor SCC


IL

SWDL_INPROCESS NE is loading Minor SCC


package

SWDL_NEPKGCHE Loss of file Critica SCC


CK l

SWDL_PKG_NOBD- Board software Minor SCC


SOFT cancelled during the
loading of package

SWDL_PKGVER_M Package version Minor SCC


M conformance check
failed

SWDL_ROLLBACK_ NE rollback failed Minor SCC


FAIL

SYN_BAD A synchronization Minor STG


source degrade alarm

SYNC_FAIL Batch backup failed Minor SCC

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SYSPARA_CFDB_N Difference between Minor SCC


OSAME the SCC data and the
CF card data

SYNC_C_LOS The loss of Warni STG


synchronization ng
source level

SYNC_DISABLE Automatic Minor SCC


synchronization of
the system control
board is disabled

SYNC_F_M_SWITC The forced or manual Warni STG


H switching state of a ng
clock source

SYNC_LOCKOFF The clock source in Warni STG


the priority list is ng
locked

SYSPARA_CFDB_N Difference between Minor SCC


OSAME the SCC data and the
CF card data

2.1.19 Alarm List T


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with T.

Name Description Level Board

T_LOSEX A board has detected Major EGSH


the loss of signal in
the service bus of the
backplane

T_SLIP Transmitted side Major HSC1, SC1, SC2


frame slipping

TD Transmitter degrade Critica EGSH, HSC1, LDM, LDMD,


l LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, TDX,
TMX, TOG, TOM, TQX

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TEM_HA Laser temperature is Major EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


too high LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXR,
LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDX, TMX,
TOG, TOM, TQX

TEM_LA Laser temperature is Major EGSH, LDM, LDMD, LDMS,


excessively low LDX, LOG, LOM, LQM,
LQMD, LQMS, LSX, LSXR,
LWXS, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDX, TMX,
TOG, TOM, TQX

TEMP_OVER Working temperature Major D40, D40V, DCP, EGSH, FIU,


over threshold HBA, HSC1, ITL, LDM,
LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
LWXS, M40, M40V, MCA4,
MCA8, ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3,
OAU1, OBU1, OBU2, OLP,
RDU9, RMU9, ROAM, SC1,
SC2, SCC, SF64A, SLH41,
SLO16, SLQ64, STG, SF64,
SFD64, SL64, LD64, SLQ16,
SXM, TDC, TDX, TMX, TOG,
TOM, TQX, VA1, VA4, WMU,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4, XCH, XCM, XCT

TEST_STATUS The board is in the Warni EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


test status ng SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16

TF Transmission Failure Critica EGSH, HSC1, LDM, LDMD,


l LDMS, LDX, LOG, LOM,
LQM, LQMD, LQMS, LSX,
LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR, LWXS,
ND2, NQ2, NS2, NS3, SC1,
SC2, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,
SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
LD64, SLQ16, TDX, TMX,
TOG, TOM, TQX

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Name Description Level Board

THUNDERALM Thunder protection Minor PIU


circuit failure

TIME_LOS The loss of the timing Major STG


source level

TIME_NO_TRACE_ The time enters the Minor STG


MODE non-trace mode

TR_LOC The clock of the Major EGSH, SF64A, SLH41, SLO16,


cross-connect board SLQ64, SF64, SFD64, SL64,
is faulty LD64, SLQ16

TS_CFG_MISMATC The timeslot Major LDM, LDMD, LDMS, LOM,


H configuration LQM, LQMD, LQMS, TOM
mismatch alarm

TU_AIS_VC3 A TU alarm Major EGSH


indication signal in
the VC-3 lower order
path

TU_LOP_VC3 An alarm indicating Major EGSH


the loss of pointer in
the VC-3 lower order
path

2.1.20 Alarm List V


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with V.

Name Description Level Board

VCAT_LOA Delay of multiframes Major EGSH


exceeds the threshold

VCAT_LOM_VC3 The loss of the virtual Major EGSH


concatenation
multiframe in the
VC-3 path

VCAT_LOM_VC4 The loss of the virtual Major EGSH


concatenation
multiframe in the
VC-4 path

VOADATA_MIS Mismatch of Major D40V, M40V, MR8V, OAU1,


attenuation attribute OBU1, OBU2, RMU9, VA1,
VA4, WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
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VOA_ADJUST_FAIL VOA adjustment Major OAU1


failed

2.1.21 Alarm List W


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with W.

Name Description Level Board

W_R_FAIL Writing or reading Major CRPC


chip register failed

WAVEDATA_MIS Mismatch of wave or Major CMR2, CMR4, D40, D40V,


band attribute DMR1, FIU, HBA, ITL, LDM,
LDMD, LDMS, LDX, LOG,
LOM, LQM, LQMD, LQMS,
LSX, LSXL, LSXLR, LSXR,
LWXS, M40, M40V, MB2,
MCA4, MCA8, MR2, MR4,
MR8, MR8V, ND2, NQ2, NS2,
NS3, OAU1, OBU1, OBU2,
RDU9, RMU9, ROAM, SBM2,
TMX, TOM, TOG, VA1, VA4,
WSD9, WSM9, WSMD2,
WSMD4

WAVELEN_OVER Wavelength over Critica WMU


threshold l

WRG_BD_TYPE Real board is Major All Boards


mismatched with
configured board

2.1.22 Alarm List X


This section used a table to list the alarms starting with X.

Name Description Level Board

XC_UNSWITCH The cross-connect Major SCC


matrix of the board is
not switched

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2.2 Board Alarm List


Lists the alarms of every board.

2.2.1 ATE Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.2 AUX Board Alarm List


TN51AUX

BD_STATUS HARD_BAD WRG_BD_TYPE

COMMUN_FAIL HARD_ERR

2.2.3 CMR2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WAVEDATA_MIS WRG_BD_TYPE

OPA_FAIL_INDI

2.2.4 CMR4 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WAVEDATA_MIS WRG_BD_TYPE

OPA_FAIL_INDI

2.2.5 CRPC Board Alarm List


AD_CHECK_FAI POWER_FAIL
L NO_BD_PARA

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT PUMP_COOL_EXC

COMMUN_FAIL OPA_FAIL_INDI PUM_BCM_ALM

FAN_FAIL OUT_PWR_HIGH WRG_BD_TYPE

FPGA_ABN OUT_PWR_LOW W_R_FAIL

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LOCKPOW_MIS LSR_WILL_DIE LASER_HAZARD_WARNING

LOCK_CUR_FAI
L

2.2.6 D40V Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_BDI NO_ELABEL

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

HARD_BAD OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-P

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI SUM_INPWR_HI

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_FDI-O SUM_INPWR_LOW

MODULE_TEMP_OVER OMS_FDI-P TEMP_OVER

MODULEFILE_UPDATE_ OMS_LOS-P VOADATA_MIS


FAIL

MUT_LOS OMS_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

NO_BD_PARA OMS_SSF-O WRG_BD_TYPE

NO_BD_SOFT

2.2.7 D40 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT SUM_INPWR_HI

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL SUM_INPWR_LOW

HARD_ERR OMS_BDI TEMP_OVER

MODULE_COOLCUR_OV OMS_BDI-O WAVEDATA_MIS


ER

OMS_FDI OMS_BDI-P WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_FDI-O OMS_LOS-P OMS_SSF-P

OMS_FDI-P OMS_SSF MUT_LOS

MODULE_TEMP_OVER OMS_SSF-O

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2.2.8 DCU Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.9 DCP Board Alarm List


TN11DCP

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_PS NO_ELABEL OWSP_PS

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- OCH_FDI OWSP_STA_INDI


DI

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_FDI-O OCH_SSF

HARD_BAD OCH_FDI-P OCH_SSF-O

HARD_ERR OCH_LOS-P OCH_SSF-P

INTRA_OTU_PS OCH_OCI POWER_DIFF_OVER

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI MUT_LOS R_LOS

WRG_BD_TYPE NO_BD_PARA TEMP_OVER

TN12DCP

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_FDI OWSP_PS

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- OCH_FDI-O OWSP_STA_INDI


DI

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_FDI-P POWER_DIFF_OVER

HARD_BAD OCH_LOS-P R_LOS

HARD_ERR OCH_OCI TEMP_OVER

INTRA_OTU_PS OCH_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-O

NO_BD_PARA OCH_SSF-P

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2.2.10 DMR1 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WAVEDATA_MIS WRG_BD_TYPE

OPA_FAIL_INDI

2.2.11 EFI1 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS RELAY_ALARM_IG- WRG_BD_TYPE
NORE

LAN_LOC RELAY_ALARM_MAJOR

RELAY_ALARM_CRITI- RELAY_ALARM_MINOR
CAL

2.2.12 EFI2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WRG_BD_TYPE LAN_LOC

2.2.13 EGSH Board Alarm List


EX_ETHOAM_MPID_CNF
ALM_GFP_dCSF LCT MULTI_RPL_OWNER

ALM_GFP_dLFD FCS_ERR NO_ELABEL

AU_AIS FWD_PKT_LOSS NO_BD_SOFT

AU_LOP HARD_BAD OUT_PWR_HIGH

B3_EXC_VC3 HARD_ERR OUT_PWR_LOW

B3_EXC_VC4 HP_RDI ETH_CFM_UNEXPERI

B3_SD_VC3 HP_SLM ETH_CFM_MACSTATUS

B3_SD_VC4 HP_UNEQ EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS

BDID_ERROR IN_PWR_HIGH PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

BD_STATUS IN_PWR_LOW R_LOS

BOOTROM_BAD LAG_PORT_FAIL SLAVE_WORKING

LASER_MODULE_MIS-
CHIP_ABN MATCH SO_SK_MISMATCH

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COMMUN_FAIL LCAS_FOPR TD

DLAG_PROTECT_FAIL LCAS_FOPT TEMP_OVER

ETHOAM_DISCOVER_
FAIL LCAS_PLCR TEM_HA

ETHOAM_RMT_CRIT_
FAULT LCAS_PLCT TEM_LA

ETHOAM_RMT_LOOP LCAS_TLCR TEST_STATUS

ETHOAM_RMT_SD LCAS_TLCT TF

ETHOAM_SELF_LOOP LINK_ERR TR_LOC

ETHOAM_VCG_SELF_
LOOP LOOP_ALM TU_AIS_VC3

ETH_CFM_LOC LPT_RFI TU_LOP_VC3

ETH_CFM_MISMERGE LP_RDI_VC3 T_LOSEX

ETH_CFM_RDI LP_SLM_VC3 VCAT_LOA

LSR_INVALID LP_UNEQ_VC3 VCAT_LOM_VC3

LSR_WILL_DIE WRG_BD_TYPE VCAT_LOM_VC4

2.2.14 FAN Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS FAN_FAULT WRG_BD_TYPE

FAN_FAIL

2.2.15 FIU Board Alarm List


TN13FIU

BD_STATUS OTS_BDI-O OTS_LOS-P

OOS_LOST OTS_BDI-P OTS_TIM

OPA_FAIL_INDI OTS_LOS WAVEDATA_MIS

OTS_BDI OTS_LOS-O WRG_BD_TYPE

TN12FIU

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BD_STATUS OTS_BDI SUM_INPWR_HI

COMMUN_FAIL OTS_BDI-O SUM_INPWR_LOW

HARD_BAD OTS_BDI-P TEMP_OVER

HARD_ERR OTS_LOS WAVEDATA_MIS

MUT_LOS OTS_LOS-O WRG_BD_TYPE

OOS_LOST OTS_LOS-P

OPA_FAIL_INDI OTS_TIM

2.2.16 GFU Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

COMMUN_FAIL

2.2.17 HBA Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS SUM_INPWR_LOW OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL SUM_INPWR_HI TEMP_OVER

GAINDATA_MIS MODULEFILE_UPDATE_FAIL WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_BAD MUT_LOS WRG_BD_TYPE

HARD_ERR OA_LOW_GAIN LASER_HAZARD_WARN-


ING

2.2.18 HSC1 Board Alarm List


ALM_HANGUP NO_BD_PARA

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT R_LOF

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL R_SLIP

CRC4_CROSSTR OSC_RDI SCC_LOC

HARD_BAD OSC_LOS TEMP_OVER

HARD_ERR OUT_PWR_HIGH TD

IN_PWR_HIGH OUT_PWR_LOW TF

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IN_PWR_LOW LSR_COOL_ALM T_SLIP

LOOP_ALM LSR_WILL_DIE WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.19 ITL Board Alarm List


TN11ITL

BD_STATUS OMS_FDI-O OMS_SSF-P

OMS_BDI OMS_FDI-P OPA_FAIL_INDI

OMS_BDI-O OMS_LOS-P WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-O

TN12ITL

BD_STATUS OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-O

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

HARD_BAD OMS_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI-P TEMP_OVER

OMS_BDI OMS_LOS-P WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.20 LDM Board Alarm List


B1_EXC ODU1_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH

B1_SD ODU1_PM_DEG OUT_PWR_LOW

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_EXC ODU1_PM_BDI

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- ODU1_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU1_PM_SSF R_LOC

CLIENT_PORT_STA_ ODU1_PM_TIM R_LOF


INDI

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COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_TCMn_AIS R_LOS

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_TCMn_BDI REM_SD

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_DEG REM_SF

HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_EXC RS_CROSSTR

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_LCK SPEED_OVER

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_LTC TD

INTRA_OTU_PS ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_HA

INTRA_OTU_STA_IN ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEM_LA


DI

J0_MM ODU1_TCMn_TIM TEMP_OVER

L_SYNC OPA_FAIL_INDI TF

LASER_MODULE_MI OPU1_PLM TS_CFG_MISMATCH


SMATCH

LINK_ERR OTU1_AIS OCh_FDI

LOOP_ALM OTU1_BDI OCh_FDI-O

LPT_ACTIVE OTU1_DEG OCh_FDI-P

LSR_FORCE_OPEN OTU1_EXC OCh_LOS-P

LSR_INVALID OTU1_LOF OCh_OCI

LSR_WILL_DIE OTU1_LOM OCh_SSF

MS_AIS OTU1_SSF OCh_SSF-O

NO_BD_SOFT OTU1_TIM OCh_SSF-P

NO_ELABEL NULL_SEND WAVEDATA_MIS

WRG_BD_TYPE ODU1_LOFLOM

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.21 LDMD Board Alarm List


B1_EXC ODU1_LOFLOM OTU1_TIM

B1_SD ODU1_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

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BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_DEG PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- ODU1_PM_EXC PRBS_LSS


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU1_PM_LCK R_LOC

CLIENT_PORT_STA_ ODU1_PM_OCI R_LOF


INDI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_PM_SSF R_LOS

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_PM_TIM REM_SD

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_AIS REM_SF

HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_BDI RS_CROSSTR

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_DEG SPEED_OVER

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_EXC TD

INTRA_OTU_PS ODU1_TCMn_LCK TEM_HA

INTRA_OTU_STA_IN ODU1_TCMn_LTC TEM_LA


DI

J0_MM ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEMP_OVER

L_SYNC ODU1_TCMn_SSF TF

LASER_MODULE_MI ODU1_TCMn_TIM TS_CFG_MISMATCH


SMATCH

LINK_ERR OPU1_PLM OCh_FDI

LOOP_ALM OTU1_AIS OCh_FDI-O

LPT_ACTIVE OTU1_BDI OCh_FDI-P

LSR_COOL_ALM OTU1_DEG OCh_LOS-P

LSR_FORCE_OPEN OTU1_EXC OCh_OCI

LSR_INVALID OTU1_LOF OCh_SSF

LSR_WILL_DIE OTU1_LOM OCh_SSF-O

MS_AIS OTU1_SSF OCh_SSF-P

NO_BD_SOFT NO_ELABEL WAVEDATA_MIS

WRG_BD_TYPE NULL_SEND

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

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2.2.22 LDMS Board Alarm List


B1_EXC ODU1_PM_AIS ODU1_PM_BDI

B1_SD ODU1_PM_DEG NULL_SEND

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_EXC ODU1_LOFLOM

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- ODU1_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU1_PM_SSF R_LOC

CLIENT_PORT_STA_ ODU1_PM_TIM R_LOF


INDI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_TCMn_AIS R_LOS

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_TCMn_BDI REM_SD

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_DEG REM_SF

HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_EXC RS_CROSSTR

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_LCK SPEED_OVER

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_LTC TD

J0_MM ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_HA

L_SYNC ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEM_LA

LASER_MODULE_MI ODU1_TCMn_TIM TEMP_OVER


SMATCH

LINK_ERR OPU1_PLM TF

LOOP_ALM OTU1_AIS TS_CFG_MISMATCH

LPT_ACTIVE OTU1_BDI OCh_FDI

LSR_COOL_ALM OTU1_DEG OCh_FDI-O

LSR_FORCE_OPEN OTU1_EXC OCh_FDI-P

LSR_INVALID OTU1_LOF OCh_LOS-P

LSR_WILL_DIE OTU1_LOM OCh_OCI

MS_AIS OTU1_SSF OCh_SSF

NO_BD_SOFT OTU1_TIM OCh_SSF-O

NO_ELABEL OUT_PWR_HIGH OCh_SSF-P

WRG_BD_TYPE OUT_PWR_LOW WAVEDATA_MIS

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NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.23 LDX Board Alarm List


B1_EXC OCh_FDI-O OTU2_DEG

B1_SD OCh_FDI-P OTU2_LOF

BD_STATUS OCh_LOS-P OTU2_LOM

BEFFEC_EXC OCh_OCI OTU2_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCh_SSF OTU2_TIM

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCh_SSF-O OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART OCh_SSF-P OUT_PWR_LOW

COMMUN_FAIL ODU2_PM_AIS OPU2_PLM

FC_SYNC_LOS ODU2_PM_BDI OTU2_AIS

HARD_BAD ODU2_PM_DEG OTU2_BDI

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_SSF REM_SD

J0_MM ODU2_PM_TIM REM_SF

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_TCMn_AIS REMOTE_FAULT


MATCH

LOCAL_FAULT ODU2_TCMn_BDI RS_CROSSTR

LOOP_ALM ODU2_TCMn_DEG R_LOC

LPT_ACTIVE ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOF

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_TCMn_LTC R_LOS

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_OCI TD

LSR_INVALID ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_TIM TEM_HA

NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI TEM_LA

NO_ELABEL OCh_FDI TF

NULL_SEND WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

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2.2.24 LOG Board Alarm List


TN12LOG

BD_STATUS OCH_FDI-O OTU2_DEG

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_FDI-P OTU2_LOF

BUS_ERR OCH_LOS-P OTU2_LOM

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART OCH_OCI OTU2_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF OTU2_TIM

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-O OUT_PWR_HIGH

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_SSF-P OUT_PWR_LOW

HARD_BAD ODU2_PM_AIS OPU2_PLM

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_BDI OTU2_AIS

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_DEG OTU2_BDI

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

L_SYNC ODU2_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_PM_SSF R_LOS


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU2_PM_TIM REM_SD

LOOP_ALM ODU2_TCMn_AIS REM_SF

LPT_ACTIVE ODU2_TCMn_BDI SW_SNCP_PS

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_LCK TD

LSR_INVALID ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

MS_SNCP_PS ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

MS_SNCP_STA_INDI ODU2_TCMn_TIM TF

NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI WAVEDATA_MIS

NO_ELABEL OCH_FDI WRG_BD_TYPE

NULL_SEND

TN11LOG

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BD_STATUS OCH_FDI-O OTU2_BDI

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_FDI-P OTU2_DEG

BUS_ERR OCH_LOS-P OTU2_LOF

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART OCH_OCI OTU2_LOM

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF OTU2_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-O OTU2_TIM

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_SSF-P OUT_PWR_HIGH

HARD_BAD ODU2_LOFLOM OUT_PWR_LOW

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_AIS OPA_FAIL_INDI

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_BDI OPU2_PLM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_DEG OTU2_AIS

L_SYNC ODU2_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU2_PM_SSF R_LOS

LOOP_ALM ODU2_PM_TIM REM_SD

LPT_ACTIVE ODU2_TCMn_AIS REM_SF

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_TCMn_BDI SW_SNCP_PS

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

LSR_INVALID ODU2_TCMn_LCK TD

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA

MS_SNCP_PS ODU2_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

MS_SNCP_STA_INDI ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

NO_BD_SOFT ODU2_TCMn_TIM TF

NO_ELABEL OCH_FDI WAVEDATA_MIS

NULL_SEND WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

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2.2.25 LOM Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OCH_FDI-O OTU2_BDI

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_FDI-P OTU2_DEG

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART OCH_LOS-P OTU2_LOF

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_OCI OTU2_LOM

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF OTU2_SSF

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_SSF-O OTU2_TIM

FC_8B10BERR_OVER OCH_SSF-P OUT_PWR_HIGH

FC_LINK_ERR ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_LOW

FC_SYNC_LOS ODU2_PM_BDI NO_ELABEL

HARD_BAD ODU2_PM_DEG NULL_SEND

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_LCK OCH_FDI

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_OCI PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_SSF PRBS_LSS

L_SYNC ODU2_PM_TIM R_LOC

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_TCMn_BDI R_LOS


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU2_TCMn_AIS REM_SD

LOOP_ALM ODU2_TCMn_DEG REM_SF

LPT_ACTIVE ODU2_TCMn_LCK TD

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

LSR_INVALID ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_TIM TF

NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI TS_CFG_MISMATCH

OPU2_PLM OPU2_MSIM WAVEDATA_MIS

OTU2_AIS WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

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2.2.26 LQMD Board Alarm List


B1_EXC NULL_SEND OTU1_DEG

B1_SD OCH_FDI OTU1_EXC

BD_STATUS OCH_FDI-O OTU1_LOF

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_FDI-P OTU1_LOM

BUS_ERR OCH_LOS-P OTU1_SSF

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_OCI OTU1_TIM


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-O OUT_PWR_LOW

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_SSF-P MS_SNCP_STA_INDI

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_LOFLOM NO_BD_SOFT

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_AIS NO_ELABEL

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_BDI PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_DEG PRBS_LSS

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_EXC R_LOC

INTRA_OTU_PS ODU1_PM_LCK R_LOF

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI ODU1_PM_OCI R_LOS

J0_MM ODU1_PM_SSF REM_SD

L_SYNC ODU1_PM_TIM REM_SF

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_TCMn_AIS RS_CROSSTR


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU1_TCMn_BDI SW_SNCP_PS

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

LPT_ACTIVE ODU1_TCMn_EXC SPEED_OVER

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU1_TCMn_LCK TD

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

LSR_INVALID ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

MS_AIS ODU1_TCMn_TIM TF

MS_SNCP_PS OPA_FAIL_INDI TS_CFG_MISMATCH

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OTU1_AIS OPU1_PLM WAVEDATA_MIS

OTU1_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.27 LQMS Board Alarm List


B1_EXC OCH_FDI-O OTU1_DEG

B1_SD OCH_FDI-P OTU1_EXC

BD_STATUS OCH_LOS-P OTU1_LOF

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_OCI OTU1_LOM

BUS_ERR OCH_SSF OTU1_SSF

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_SSF-O OTU1_TIM


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF-P OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU_SNCP_PS OUT_PWR_LOW

COMMUN_FAIL ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI NO_ELABEL

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_LOFLOM NULL_SEND

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_AIS OCH_FDI

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_BDI PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_DEG PRBS_LSS

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_EXC RS_CROSSTR

J0_MM ODU1_PM_LCK R_LOC

L_SYNC ODU1_PM_OCI R_LOF

LINK_ERR ODU1_PM_SSF R_LOS

LOOP_ALM ODU1_PM_TIM REM_SD

LPT_ACTIVE ODU1_TCMn_AIS REM_SF

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU1_TCMn_BDI SW_SNCP_PS

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_EXC SPEED_OVER

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LSR_INVALID ODU1_TCMn_LCK TD

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA


MATCH

MS_AIS ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

MS_SNCP_PS ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

MS_SNCP_STA_INDI ODU1_TCMn_TIM TF

NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI TS_CFG_MISMATCH

OTU1_AIS OPU1_PLM WAVEDATA_MIS

OTU1_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.28 LQM Board Alarm List


B1_EXC OCH_FDI OTU1_EXC

B1_SD OCH_FDI-O OTU1_LOF

BD_STATUS OCH_FDI-P OTU1_LOM

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_LOS-P OTU1_SSF

BUS_ERR OCH_OCI OTU1_TIM

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_SSF OUT_PWR_HIGH


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF-O OUT_PWR_LOW

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-P NO_BD_SOFT

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_LOFLOM NO_ELABEL

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU1_PM_AIS NULL_SEND

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_BDI PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_DEG PRBS_LSS

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_EXC R_LOC

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_LCK R_LOF

INTRA_OTU_PS ODU1_PM_OCI R_LOS

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI ODU1_PM_SSF REM_SD

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J0_MM ODU1_PM_TIM REM_SF

L_SYNC ODU1_TCMn_AIS RS_CROSSTR

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_TCMn_BDI SW_SNCP_PS


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU1_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_EXC SPEED_OVER

LPT_ACTIVE ODU1_TCMn_LCK TD

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_LTC TEM_HA

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_LA

LSR_INVALID ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEMP_OVER

MS_AIS ODU1_TCMn_TIM TF

MS_SNCP_PS OPA_FAIL_INDI TS_CFG_MISMATCH

MS_SNCP_STA_INDI OPU1_PLM WAVEDATA_MIS

OTU1_BDI OTU1_AIS WRG_BD_TYPE

OTU1_DEG

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.29 LSXLR Board Alarm List


TN12LSXLR

BD_STATUS OCH_SSF-O OPU3_PLM

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_SSF-P OTU3_AIS

BUS_ERR ODU3_PM_AIS OTU3_BDI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU3_PM_BDI OTU3_DEG

DCM_INSUFF ODU3_PM_DEG OTU3_LOF

HARD_BAD ODU3_PM_LCK OTU3_LOM

HARD_ERR ODU3_PM_OCI OTU3_SSF

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU3_PM_SSF OTU3_TIM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU3_PM_TIM OUT_PWR_HIGH

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU3_TCMn_AIS OUT_PWR_LOW

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LSR_WILL_DIE ODU3_TCMn_BDI PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

NO_BD_SOFT ODU3_TCMn_DEG R_LOS

NO_ELABEL ODU3_TCMn_LCK TD

OCH_FDI ODU3_TCMn_LTC TEMP_OVER

OCH_FDI-O ODU3_TCMn_OCI TF

OCH_FDI-P ODU3_TCMn_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

OCH_LOS-P ODU3_TCMn_TIM WRG_BD_TYPE

OCH_OCI OPA_FAIL_INDI

OCH_SSF OPU3_MSIM

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.30 LSXL Board Alarm List


TN12LSXL

B1_EXC OCH_FDI-P OPU3_PLM

B1_SD OCH_LOS-P OTU3_AIS

BD_STATUS OCH_OCI OTU3_BDI

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_SSF OTU3_DEG

BUS_ERR OCH_SSF-O OTU3_LOF

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_SSF-P OTU3_LOM


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU3_PM_AIS OTU3_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- ODU3_PM_BDI OTU3_TIM


DI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU3_PM_DEG OUT_PWR_HIGH

DCM_INSUFF ODU3_PM_LCK OUT_PWR_LOW

HARD_BAD ODU3_PM_OCI PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

HARD_ERR ODU3_PM_SSF PRBS_LSS

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU3_PM_TIM R_OOF

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IN_PWR_LOW ODU3_TCMn_AIS R_LOF

J0_MM ODU3_TCMn_BDI R_LOS

LOOP_ALM ODU3_TCMn_DEG REM_SD

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU3_TCMn_LCK REM_SF

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU3_TCMn_LTC TD

NO_BD_SOFT ODU3_TCMn_OCI TEMP_OVER

NO_ELABEL ODU3_TCMn_SSF TF

NULL_SEND ODU3_TCMn_TIM WAVEDATA_MIS

OCH_FDI OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

OCH_FDI-O OPU3_MSIM

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.31 LSXR Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS ODU2_PM_AIS OTU2_LOF

BEFFEC_EXC ODU2_PM_BDI OTU2_LOM

COMMUN_FAIL ODU2_PM_DEG OTU2_SSF

HARD_BAD ODU2_PM_LCK OTU2_TIM

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_OCI OUT_PWR_HIGH

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_SSF OUT_PWR_LOW

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_TIM OCH_SSF

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_AIS OCH_SSF-O

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_BDI OCH_SSF-P

NO_BD_SOFT ODU2_TCMn_DEG PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

NO_ELABEL ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOS

OCH_FDI ODU2_TCMn_LTC TD

OCH_FDI-O ODU2_TCMn_OCI TEM_HA

OCH_FDI-P ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEM_LA

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OCH_LOS-P ODU2_TCMn_TIM TEMP_OVER

OCH_OCI OPA_FAIL_INDI TF

OTU2_BDI OTU2_AIS WAVEDATA_MIS

OTU2_DEG WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.32 LSX Board Alarm List


B1_EXC OCH_FDI-O OTU2_DEG

B1_SD OCH_FDI-P OTU2_LOF

BD_STATUS OCH_LOS-P OTU2_LOM

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_OCI OTU2_SSF

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_SSF OTU2_TIM


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_SSF-O OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-P OUT_PWR_LOW

COMMUN_FAIL ODU2_PM_AIS NO_ELABEL

HARD_BAD ODU2_PM_BDI NULL_SEND

HARD_ERR ODU2_PM_DEG OCH_FDI

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_PM_LCK PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_PM_OCI PRBS_LSS

J0_MM ODU2_PM_SSF R_LOC

L_SYNC ODU2_PM_TIM R_LOF

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_TCMn_AIS R_LOS


MATCH

LOCAL_FAULT ODU2_TCMn_BDI REM_SD

LOOP_ALM ODU2_TCMn_DEG REM_SF

LPT_ACTIVE ODU2_TCMn_LCK REMOTE_FAULT

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_TCMn_LTC RS_CROSSTR

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LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_TCMn_OCI TD

LSR_INVALID ODU2_TCMn_SSF TEM_HA

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_TCMn_TIM TEM_LA

NO_BD_SOFT OPA_FAIL_INDI TEMP_OVER

OTU2_AIS OPU2_PLM TF

OTU2_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.33 LWXS Board Alarm List


B1_EXC MODULEFILE_UPDATE_F LSR_WILL_DIE
AIL

B1_SD NO_BD_SOFT PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

BD_STATUS NO_ELABEL RS_CROSSTR

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- OCH_FDI R_LOC


START

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_FDI-O R_LOF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- OCH_FDI-P R_LOS


DI

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_LOS-P SPEED_OVER

HARD_BAD OCH_OCI TD

HARD_ERR OCH_SSF TEM_HA

IN_PWR_HIGH OCH_SSF-O TEM_LA

IN_PWR_LOW OCH_SSF-P TEMP_OVER

J0_MM OPA_FAIL_INDI TF

LOOP_ALM OUT_PWR_HIGH WAVEDATA_MIS

LSR_COOL_ALM OUT_PWR_LOW WRG_BD_TYPE

LSR_FORCE_OPEN

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2.2.34 M40V Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS MODULEFILE_UPDATE_F MODULE_TEMP_OVER
AIL

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_PARA TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD NO_BD_SOFT VOADATA_MIS

HARD_ERR NO_ELABEL WAVEDATA_MIS

MOD_COM_FAIL OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.35 M40 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA MODULE_TEMP_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_ERR OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

MODULE_COOLCUR_OV
ER

2.2.36 MCA4 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS MOD_COM_FAIL PORTSWITCH_FAIL

CHAN_ADD MODULEFILE_UPDATE_F TEMP_OVER


AIL

CHAN_LOS NO_BD_PARA WAVEDATA_MIS

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL HARD_ERR

2.2.37 MCA8 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS MOD_COM_FAIL HARD_ERR

CHAN_ADD MODULEFILE_UPDATE_F PORTSWITCH_FAIL


AIL

CHAN_LOS NO_BD_PARA TEMP_OVER

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COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.38 MR2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

OMS_BDI OMS_FDI-P WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-O

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.39 MR4 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

OMS_BDI OMS_FDI-P WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-O

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.40 MR8 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

OMS_BDI OMS_FDI-P WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-O

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.41 MR8V Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

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OMS_BDI OMS_FDI-P VOADATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_BDI-P OMS_SSF-O WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.42 ND2 Board Alarm List


TN52ND2

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_AIS ODUKSP_PS

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_BDI ODUKSP_STA_INDI

BUS_ERR ODU1_PM_DEG ODU_SNCP_PS

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_PM_LCK ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_OCI OPU1_MSIM

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_SSF OPU1_PLM

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_TIM OPU2_MSIM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_AIS OPU2_PLM

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_BDI OPA_FAIL_INDI

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_AIS

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_BDI

NO_BD_SOFT ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_DEG

NO_ELABEL ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_LOF

NULL_SEND ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_LOM

OCH_FDI ODU1_TCMn_TIM OTU2_SSF

OCH_FDI-O ODU2_LOFLOM OTU2_TIM

OCH_FDI-P ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH

OCH_LOS-P ODU2_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

OCH_OCI ODU2_PM_DEG ODU0_PM_SSF

OCH_SSF ODU2_PM_LCK ODU0_PM_TIM

OCH_SSF-O ODU2_PM_OCI ODU1_LOFLOM

OCH_SSF-P ODU2_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

ODU0_LOFLOM ODU2_PM_TIM PRBS_LSS

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ODU0_PM_AIS ODU2_TCMn_AIS R_LOS

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU2_TCMn_BDI TD

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU2_TCMn_DEG TEMP_OVER

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU2_TCMn_LCK TEM_HA

ODU0_PM_OCI ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_LA

ODU2_TCMn_SSF ODU2_TCMn_OCI TF

ODU2_TCMn_TIM WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.43 NQ2 Board Alarm List


TN54NQ2

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_AIS ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_BDI ODU_SNCP_PS

BUS_ERR ODU1_PM_DEG OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_PM_LCK OPU1_MSIM

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_OCI OPU1_PLM

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_SSF OPU2_MSIM

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_TIM OPU2_PLM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_AIS OTU2_AIS

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_TCMn_BDI OTU2_BDI


MATCH

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_DEG

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_LOF

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_LOM

NO_BD_SOFT ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_SSF

NO_ELABEL ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_TIM

NULL_SEND ODU1_TCMn_TIM OUT_PWR_HIGH

OCh_FDI ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_LOW

OCh_FDI_O ODU2_PM_BDI ODU0_PM_SSF

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OCh_FDI_P ODU2_PM_DEG ODU0_PM_TIM

OCh_LOS_P ODU2_PM_LCK ODU1_LOFLOM

OCh_OCI ODU2_PM_OCI PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

OCh_SSF ODU2_PM_SSF PRBS_LSS

OCh_SSF_O ODU2_PM_TIM R_LOS

OCh_SSF_P ODU2_TCMn_AIS TD

ODU0_LOFLOM ODU2_TCMn_BDI TEMP_OVER

ODU0_PM_AIS ODU2_TCMn_DEG TEM_HA

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU2_TCMn_LCK TEM_LA

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU2_TCMn_LTC TF

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU2_TCMn_OCI WAVEDATA_MIS

ODU0_PM_OCI ODU2_TCMn_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

ODUKSP_PS ODU2_TCMn_TIM

ODUKSP_STA_INDI

TN52NQ2

BD_STATUS ODU1_LOFLOM ODUKSP_PS

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_AIS ODUKSP_STA_INDI

BUS_ERR ODU1_PM_BDI ODU_SNCP_PS

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_PM_DEG ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_LCK OPU1_MSIM

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_OCI OPU1_PLM

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_SSF OPU2_MSIM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_TIM OPU2_PLM

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_TCMn_AIS OPA_FAIL_INDI


MATCH

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_BDI OTU2_AIS

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_BDI

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_DEG

NO_BD_SOFT ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_LOF

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NO_ELABEL ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_LOM

NULL_SEND ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_SSF

OCH_FDI ODU1_TCMn_TIM OTU2_TIM

OCH_FDI-O ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH

OCH_FDI-P ODU2_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

OCH_LOS-P ODU2_PM_DEG ODU0_PM_OCI

OCH_OCI ODU2_PM_LCK ODU0_PM_SSF

OCH_SSF ODU2_PM_OCI ODU0_PM_TIM

OCH_SSF-O ODU2_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

OCH_SSF-P ODU2_PM_TIM PRBS_LSS

ODU0_LOFLOM ODU2_TCMn_AIS R_LOS

ODU0_PM_AIS ODU2_TCMn_BDI TD

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU2_TCMn_DEG TEMP_OVER

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU2_TCMn_LCK TEM_HA

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_LA

ODU2_TCMn_SSF ODU2_TCMn_OCI TF

ODU2_TCMn_TIM WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

2.2.44 NS2 Board Alarm List


TN52NS2

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_AIS ODUKSP_STA_INDI

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_BDI ODU_SNCP_PS

BUS_ERR ODU1_PM_DEG ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_PM_LCK OPU1_MSIM

HARD_BAD ODU1_PM_OCI OPU1_PLM

HARD_ERR ODU1_PM_SSF OPU2_MSIM

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_TIM OPU2_PLM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_AIS OPA_FAIL_INDI

LOOP_ALM ODU1_TCMn_BDI OTU2_AIS

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LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_BDI

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_DEG

NO_BD_SOFT ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_LOF

NO_ELABEL ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_LOM

NULL_SEND ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_SSF

OCH_FDI ODU1_TCMn_TIM OTU2_TIM

OCH_FDI-O ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH

OCH_FDI-P ODU2_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

OCH_LOS-P ODU2_PM_DEG ODU0_PM_SSF

OCH_OCI ODU2_PM_LCK ODU0_PM_TIM

OCH_SSF ODU2_PM_OCI ODU1_LOFLOM

OCH_SSF-O ODU2_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

OCH_SSF-P ODU2_PM_TIM PRBS_LSS

ODU0_LOFLOM ODU2_TCMn_AIS R_LOS

ODU0_PM_AIS ODU2_TCMn_BDI TD

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU2_TCMn_DEG TEMP_OVER

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU2_TCMn_LCK TEM_HA

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU2_TCMn_LTC TEM_LA

ODU0_PM_OCI ODU2_TCMn_OCI TF

ODU2_TCMn_TIM ODU2_TCMn_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

ODUKSP_PS WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.45 NS3 Board Alarm List


TN52NS3

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_TIM ODU3_TCMn_OCI

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_TCMn_AIS ODU3_TCMn_SSF

BUS_ERR ODU1_TCMn_BDI ODU3_TCMn_TIM

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COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_TCMn_DEG ODUKSP_PS

DCM_INSUFF ODU1_TCMn_LCK ODUKSP_STA_INDI

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_LTC ODU_SNCP_PS

HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_OCI ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_SSF OPU1_MSIM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_TIM OPU1_PLM

LOOP_ALM ODU2_LOFLOM OPU2_MSIM

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_PM_AIS OPU2_PLM

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_PM_BDI OPU3_MSIM

NO_BD_SOFT ODU2_PM_DEG OPU3_PLM

NO_ELABEL ODU2_PM_LCK OPA_FAIL_INDI

NULL_SEND ODU2_PM_OCI OTU3_AIS

OCH_FDI ODU2_PM_SSF OTU3_BDI

OCH_FDI-O ODU2_PM_TIM OTU3_DEG

OCH_FDI-P ODU2_TCMn_AIS OTU3_EXC

OCH_LOS-P ODU2_TCMn_BDI OTU3_LOF

OCH_OCI ODU2_TCMn_DEG OTU3_LOM

OCH_SSF ODU2_TCMn_LCK OTU3_SSF

OCH_SSF-O ODU2_TCMn_LTC OTU3_TIM

OCH_SSF-P ODU2_TCMn_OCI OUT_PWR_HIGH

ODU0_LOFLOM ODU2_TCMn_SSF OUT_PWR_LOW

ODU0_PM_AIS ODU2_TCMn_TIM ODU1_PM_LCK

ODU0_PM_BDI ODU3_PM_AIS ODU1_PM_OCI

ODU0_PM_DEG ODU3_PM_BDI ODU1_PM_SSF

ODU0_PM_LCK ODU3_PM_DEG PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

ODU0_PM_OCI ODU3_PM_LCK PRBS_LSS

ODU0_PM_SSF ODU3_PM_OCI R_LOS

ODU0_PM_TIM ODU3_PM_SSF TD

ODU1_LOFLOM ODU3_PM_TIM TEMP_OVER

ODU1_PM_AIS ODU3_PM_EXC TEM_HA

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ODU1_PM_BDI ODU3_TCMn_AIS TEM_LA

ODU1_PM_DEG ODU3_TCMn_BDI TF

ODU3_TCMn_LCK ODU3_TCMn_DEG WAVEDATA_MIS

ODU3_TCMn_LTC WRG_BD_TYPE

NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.46 OAU1 Board Alarm List


TN12OAU1

LASER_HAZARD_WARN- SUM_INPWR_HI
BD_STATUS ING

COMMUN_FAIL OA_LOW_GAIN SUM_INPWR_LOW

GAINDATA_MIS OPA_FAIL_INDI TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD PUMP_COOL_EXC VOADATA_MIS

HARD_ERR PUM_BCM_ALM VOA_ADJUST_FAIL

MUT_LOS PUM_TEM_ALM WAVEDATA_MIS

NO_BD_PARA NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE

NO_ELABEL

TN11OAU1

BD_STATUS NO_ELABEL SUM_INPWR_LOW

COMMUN_FAIL OA_LOW_GAIN SUM_INPWR_HI

DSP_LOAD_FAIL OPA_FAIL_INDI TEMP_OVER

GAINDATA_MIS PUM_BCM_ALM VOA_ADJUST_FAIL

HARD_BAD PUM_TEM_ALM WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_ERR PUMP_COOL_EXC WRG_BD_TYPE

MUT_LOS NO_BD_SOFT LASER_HAZARD_W


ARNING

NO_BD_PARA

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2.2.47 OBU1 Board Alarm List


TN12OBU1

BD_STATUS NO_ELABEL PUM_TEM_ALM

COMMUN_FAIL OA_LOW_GAIN SUM_INPWR_HI

GAINDATA_MIS OPA_FAIL_INDI SUM_INPWR_LOW

HARD_BAD NO_BD_PARA TEMP_OVER

HARD_ERR NO_BD_SOFT VOADATA_MIS

MUT_LOS PUMP_COOL_EXC WAVEDATA_MIS

LASER_HAZARD_WA PUM_BCM_ALM WRG_BD_TYPE


RNING

TN11OBU1

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT PUM_TEM_ALM

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL PUMP_COOL_EXC

DSP_LOAD_FAIL OA_LOW_GAIN SUM_INPWR_LOW

GAINDATA_MIS OPA_FAIL_INDI SUM_INPWR_HI

HARD_BAD MUT_LOS TEMP_OVER

HARD_ERR NO_BD_PARA WAVEDATA_MIS

PUM_BCM_ALM LASER_HAZARD_WARN- WRG_BD_TYPE


ING

2.2.48 OBU2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS NO_ELABEL PUMP_COOL_EXC

COMMUN_FAIL OA_LOW_GAIN SUM_INPWR_LOW

GAINDATA_MIS OPA_FAIL_INDI SUM_INPWR_HI

HARD_BAD NO_BD_PARA TEMP_OVER

HARD_ERR NO_BD_SOFT VOADATA_MIS

MUT_LOS PUM_BCM_ALM WAVEDATA_MIS

LASER_HAZARD_WA PUM_TEM_ALM WRG_BD_TYPE


RNING

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2.2.49 OLP Board Alarm List


TN11OLP

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT OLP_PS

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL OLP_STA_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_FDI OPA_FAIL_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- OCH_FDI-O INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI


DI

HARD_BAD OCH_FDI-P MUT_LOS

HARD_ERR OCH_LOS-P NO_BD_PARA

INTRA_OTU_PS OCH_OCI POWER_DIFF_OVER

OCH_SSF-O OCH_SSF R_LOS

OCH_SSF-P WRG_BD_TYPE TEMP_OVER

TN12OLP

BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA OLP_PS

COMMUN_FAIL OCH_FDI OLP_STA_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_PS OCH_FDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

CLIENT_PORT_STA_IN- OCH_FDI-P POWER_DIFF_OVER


DI

HARD_BAD OCH_LOS-P R_LOS

HARD_ERR OCH_OCI TEMP_OVER

INTRA_OTU_PS OCH_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI OCH_SSF-O

MUT_LOS OCH_SSF-P

2.2.50 PIU Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS THUNDERALM WRG_BD_TYPE

POWER_FAIL

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2.2.51 RDU9 Board Alarm List


MODULEFILE_UPDATE_
BD_STATUS FAIL OMS_LOS-P

COMMUN_FAIL MUT_LOS OMS_SSF

HARD_BAD OMS_BDI OMS_SSF-O

HARD_ERR OMS_BDI-O OMS_SSF-P

IN_PWR_HIGH OMS_BDI-P OPA_FAIL_INDI

IN_PWR_LOW OMS_FDI TEMP_OVER

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_FDI-O WAVEDATA_MIS

MODULE_ADJUST_FAIL OMS_FDI-P WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.52 RMU9 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_BDI-O NO_ELABEL

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-P OMS_BDI

HARD_BAD OMS_FDI OPA_FAIL_INDI

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI-O SUM_INPWR_HI

MODULE_TEMP_OVER OMS_FDI-P SUM_INPWR_LOW

MUT_LOS OMS_LOS-P TEMP_OVER

NO_BD_PARA OMS_SSF VOADATA_MIS

NO_BD_SOFT OMS_SSF-O WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_SSF-P WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.53 ROAM Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_BDI OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-O NO_BD_SOFT

HARD_BAD OMS_BDI-P NO_ELABEL

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI OMS_SSF-P

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_FDI-O SUM_INPWR_LOW

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MODULE_ADJUST_FAIL OMS_FDI-P SUM_INPWR_HI

MODULEFILE_UPDATE_FAI OMS_LOS-P TEMP_OVER


L

MUT_LOS OMS_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

OMS_SSF-O WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.54 SBM2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WAVEDATA_MIS WRG_BD_TYPE

OPA_FAIL_INDI

2.2.55 SC1 Board Alarm List


ALM_HANGUP LSR_WILL_DIE LOOP_ALM

BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA R_LOF

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT R_SLIP

CRC4_CROSSTR NO_ELABEL SCC_LOC

HARD_BAD OSC_RDI T_SLIP

HARD_ERR OUT_PWR_HIGH TF

IN_PWR_HIGH OUT_PWR_LOW TEMP_OVER

IN_PWR_LOW OSC_LOS WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.56 SC2 Board Alarm List


ALM_HANGUP LSR_WILL_DIE LOOP_ALM

BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA R_LOF

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT R_SLIP

CRC4_CROSSTR NO_ELABEL SCC_LOC

HARD_BAD OSC_RDI T_SLIP

HARD_ERR OUT_PWR_HIGH TF

IN_PWR_HIGH OUT_PWR_LOW TEMP_OVER

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IN_PWR_LOW OSC_LOS WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.57 SCC Board Alarm List


TN52SCC

APS_MANUAL_ST NESTATE_INSTALL SUBRACK_LOOP


OP

APS_FAIL NESOFT_MM SUBRACK_TYPE_MIS-


MATCH

APS_INDI NODEID_MM SWDL_ACTIVATED_TI


MEOUT

BD_NOT_INSTALL PATCH_PKGERR SWDL_AUTOMATCH_I


ED NH

BD_STATUS PATCH_ACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_CHGMNG_NO-


MATCH

BOOTROM_BAD PATCH_DEACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_COMMIT_FAIL

COMMUN_FAIL SUBRACK_ID_CONFLICT SWDL_INPROCESS

DBMS_ERROR SUBRACK_ID_MISMATCH SWDL_NEPKGCHECK

DBMS_PROTECT_ POWER_FAIL SWDL_PKGVER_MM


MODE

DB_RESTORE_FAI RTC_FAIL SWDL_PKG_NOBD-


L SOFT

HARD_BAD SECU_ALM SWDL_ROLLBACK_FA


IL

HARD_ERR SERVICE_CAPACITY_EXCEED_ SYNC_DISABLE


LICENSE

HSC_UNAVAIL SERVICE_TYPE_EXCEED_LI- SYNC_FAIL


CENSE

K1_K2_M SHELF_AREA_POWER_OVER SYSPARA_CFDB_NO-


SAME

K2_M SNCP_FAIL SYSLOG_COMM_FAIL

MS_APS_INDI_EX STORM_CUR_QUENUM_OVER TEMP_OVER

NEBD_XC_DIF XC_UNSWITCH WRG_BD_TYPE

NESF_LOST

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TN51SCC

APS_MANUAL_ST NESOFT_MM SUBRACK_TYPE_MIS-


OP MATCH

NODEID_MM SWDL_ACTIVATED_TI
APS_FAIL MEOUT

PATCH_PKGERR SWDL_AUTOMATCH_I
APS_INDI NH

BD_NOT_INSTALL PATCH_ACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_CHGMNG_NO-


ED MATCH

BD_STATUS PATCH_DEACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_COMMIT_FAIL

BOOTROM_BAD POWER_FAIL SWDL_INPROCESS

COMMUN_FAIL RTC_FAIL SWDL_NEPKGCHECK

DBMS_ERROR SECU_ALM SWDL_PKGVER_MM

DBMS_PROTECT_ SERVICE_CAPACITY_EXCEED_ SWDL_PKG_NOBD-


MODE LICENSE SOFT

DB_RESTORE_FAI SERVICE_TYPE_EXCEED_LI- SWDL_ROLLBACK_FA


L CENSE IL

HARD_BAD SHELF_AREA_POWER_OVER SYNC_DISABLE

HARD_ERR STORM_CUR_QUENUM_OVER SYNC_FAIL

HSC_UNAVAIL SUBRACK_ID_CONFLICT SYSPARA_CFDB_NO-


SAME

K1_K2_M SUBRACK_ID_MISMATCH SYSLOG_COMM_FAIL

K2_M SUBRACK_LOOP TEMP_OVER

MS_APS_INDI_EX NESTATE_INSTALL WRG_BD_TYPE

NESF_LOST

TNK2SCC

APS_MANUAL_ST NODEID_MM SUBRACK_TYPE_MIS-


OP MATCH

APS_FAIL NESOFT_MM SWDL_ACTIVATED_TI


MEOUT

APS_INDI PATCH_PKGERR SWDL_AUTOMATCH_I


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BD_NOT_INSTALL PATCH_ACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_CHGMNG_NO-


ED MATCH

BD_STATUS PATCH_DEACT_TIMEOUT SWDL_COMMIT_FAIL

BOOTROM_BAD POWER_FAIL SWDL_INPROCESS

COMMUN_FAIL RTC_FAIL SWDL_NEPKGCHECK

DBMS_ERROR SECU_ALM SWDL_PKGVER_MM

DBMS_PROTECT_ SERVICE_CAPACITY_EXCEED_ SWDL_PKG_NOBD-


MODE LICENSE SOFT

DB_RESTORE_FAI SERVICE_TYPE_EXCEED_LI- SWDL_ROLLBACK_FA


L CENSE IL

HARD_BAD SHELF_AREA_POWER_OVER SYNC_DISABLE

HARD_ERR SNCP_FAIL SYNC_FAIL

HSC_UNAVAIL STORM_CUR_QUENUM_OVER SYSPARA_CFDB_NO-


SAME

K1_K2_M SUBRACK_ID_CONFLICT SYSLOG_COMM_FAIL

K2_M SUBRACK_ID_MISMATCH TEMP_OVER

MS_APS_INDI_EX SUBRACK_LOOP WRG_BD_TYPE

NEBD_XC_DIF NESTATE_INSTALL XC_UNSWITCH

NESF_LOST

2.2.58 SCS Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_FDI_O OMS_SSF_P

OMS_BDI OMS_FDI_P OPA_FAIL_INDI

OMS_BDI_O OMS_LOS_P WRG_BD_TYPE

OMS_BDI_P OMS_SSF

OMS_FDI OMS_SSF_O

2.2.59 SF64 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_UNEQ PM_BEI

AU_AIS IN_PWR_HIGH PM_BIP8_OVER

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AU_LOP IN_PWR_LOW PM_BIP8_SD

B1_EXC J0_MM PM_TIM

B1_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- PORT_MODULE_OFF-


MATCH LINE

B2_EXC LASER_SHUT POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD LOOP_ALM R_LOC

B3_EXC LSR_COOL_ALM R_LOF

B3_SD LSR_WILL_DIE R_LOS

BD_STATUS MS_AIS SLAVE_WORKING

BEFFEC_EXC MS_RDI SM_BDI

BUS_ERR MS_REI SM_BEI

C2_VCAIS NO_BD_SOFT SM_BIP8_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL ODU_AIS SM_BIP8_SD

FEC_LOF ODU_LCK SM_IAE

FEC_OOF ODU_OCI SM_TIM

FSELECT_STG OH_LOOP TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD OTU_AIS TEM_HA

HARD_ERR OTU_LOF TEM_LA

HP_LOM OTU_LOM TEST_STATUS

HP_RDI HP_SLM TF

HP_REI HP_TIM TR_LOC

PM_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.60 SF64A Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_UNEQ PM_BEI

AU_AIS IN_PWR_HIGH PM_BIP8_OVER

AU_LOP IN_PWR_LOW PM_BIP8_SD

B1_EXC J0_MM PM_TIM

B1_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE


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B2_EXC LASER_SHUT POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD LOOP_ALM R_LOC

B3_EXC LSR_COOL_ALM R_LOF

B3_SD LSR_WILL_DIE R_LOS

BD_STATUS MS_AIS SLAVE_WORKING

BEFFEC_EXC MS_RDI SM_BDI

BUS_ERR MS_REI SM_BEI

C2_VCAIS NO_BD_SOFT SM_BIP8_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL ODU_AIS SM_BIP8_SD

FEC_LOF ODU_LCK SM_IAE

FEC_OOF ODU_OCI SM_TIM

FSELECT_STG OH_LOOP TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD OTU_AIS TEM_HA

HARD_ERR OTU_LOF TEM_LA

HP_LOM OTU_LOM TEST_STATUS

HP_RDI HP_SLM TF

HP_REI HP_TIM TR_LOC

PM_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.61 SFD64 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_UNEQ PM_BEI

AU_AIS IN_PWR_HIGH PM_BIP8_OVER

AU_LOP IN_PWR_LOW PM_BIP8_SD

B1_EXC J0_MM PM_TIM

B1_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- PORT_MODULE_OFF-


MATCH LINE

B2_EXC LASER_SHUT POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD LOOP_ALM R_LOC

B3_EXC LSR_COOL_ALM R_LOF

B3_SD LSR_WILL_DIE R_LOS

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BD_STATUS MS_AIS SLAVE_WORKING

BEFFEC_EXC MS_RDI SM_BDI

BUS_ERR MS_REI SM_BEI

C2_VCAIS NO_BD_SOFT SM_BIP8_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL ODU_AIS SM_BIP8_SD

FEC_LOF ODU_LCK SM_IAE

FEC_OOF ODU_OCI SM_TIM

FSELECT_STG OH_LOOP TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD OTU_AIS TEM_HA

HARD_ERR OTU_LOF TEM_LA

HP_LOM OTU_LOM TEST_STATUS

HP_RDI PM_BDI TF

HP_REI HP_TIM TR_LOC

HP_SLM WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.62 SL64 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI OH_LOOP

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_ERR

AU_LOP HP_SLM HP_LOM

B1_EXC HP_TIM NO_BD_SOFT

B1_SD HP_UNEQ PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOC

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOF

B3_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- R_LOS


MATCH

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT SLAVE_WORKING

BUS_ERR LOOP_ALM TEMP_OVER

C2_VCAIS LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_HA

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COMMUN_FAIL LSR_WILL_DIE TEM_LA

FSELECT_STG MS_AIS TEST_STATUS

HARD_BAD MS_RDI TF

WRG_BD_TYPE MS_REI TR_LOC

2.2.63 SLH41 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI OH_LOOP

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_BAD

AU_LOP HP_SLM HARD_ERR

B1_EXC HP_TIM HP_LOM

B1_SD HP_UNEQ PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOC

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOF

LASER_MODULE_MIS-
B3_SD MATCH R_LOS

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT SLAVE_WORKING

BUS_ERR LOOP_ALM TEMP_OVER

C2_VCAIS LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_HA

COMMUN_FAIL LSR_WILL_DIE TEM_LA

FSELECT_STG MS_AIS TEST_STATUS

MS_REI MS_RDI TF

NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE TR_LOC

2.2.64 SLD64 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI OH_LOOP

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_BAD

AU_LOP HP_SLM HARD_ERR

B1_EXC HP_TIM HP_LOM

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B1_SD HP_UNEQ PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOC

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOF

B3_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- R_LOS


MATCH

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT SLAVE_WORKING

BUS_ERR LOOP_ALM TEMP_OVER

C2_VCAIS LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_HA

COMMUN_FAIL LSR_WILL_DIE TEM_LA

FSELECT_STG MS_AIS TEST_STATUS

NO_BD_SOFT MS_RDI TF

WRG_BD_TYPE MS_REI TR_LOC

2.2.65 SLO16 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI OH_LOOP

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_BAD

AU_LOP HP_SLM HARD_ERR

B1_EXC HP_TIM HP_LOM

B1_SD HP_UNEQ PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOC

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOF

LASER_MODULE_MIS-
B3_SD MATCH R_LOS

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT SLAVE_WORKING

BUS_ERR LOOP_ALM TEMP_OVER

C2_VCAIS LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_HA

COMMUN_FAIL LSR_WILL_DIE TEM_LA

FSELECT_STG MS_AIS TEST_STATUS

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MS_REI MS_RDI TF

NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE TR_LOC

2.2.66 SLQ16 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI OH_LOOP

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_BAD

AU_LOP HP_SLM HARD_ERR

B1_EXC HP_TIM HP_LOM

B1_SD HP_UNEQ PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH POWER_ABNORMAL

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOC

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOF

B3_SD LASER_MODULE_MIS- R_LOS


MATCH

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT SLAVE_WORKING

BUS_ERR LOOP_ALM TEMP_OVER

C2_VCAIS LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_HA

COMMUN_FAIL LSR_WILL_DIE TEM_LA

FSELECT_STG MS_AIS TEST_STATUS

MS_REI MS_RDI TF

NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE TR_LOC

2.2.67 SLQ64 Board Alarm List


ALM_ALS HP_RDI HARD_BAD

AU_AIS HP_REI HARD_ERR

AU_LOP HP_SLM HP_LOM

B1_EXC HP_TIM PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

B1_SD HP_UNEQ POWER_ABNORMAL

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B2_EXC IN_PWR_HIGH R_LOC

B2_SD IN_PWR_LOW R_LOF

B3_EXC J0_MM R_LOS

LASER_MODULE_MIS-
B3_SD MATCH SLAVE_WORKING

BD_STATUS LASER_SHUT TEMP_OVER

BEFFEC_SD LOOP_ALM TEM_HA

BUS_ERR LSR_COOL_ALM TEM_LA

C2_VCAIS LSR_WILL_DIE TEST_STATUS

COMMUN_FAIL MS_AIS TF

FSELECT_STG MS_RDI TR_LOC

NO_BD_SOFT MS_REI WRG_BD_TYPE

OH_LOOP

2.2.68 STG Board Alarm List


TN52STG

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT SYNC_F_M_SWITCH

CLK_NO_TRACE_MOD SYNC_LOCKOFF
E NO_ELABEL

COMMUN_FAIL OOL SYN_BAD

EXT_SYNC_LOS HARD_ERR TEMP_OVER

EXT_TIME_LOC LTI TIME_LOS

HARD_BAD S1_SYN_CHANGE TIME_NO_TRACE_MODE

WRG_BD_TYPE SYNC_C_LOS

TNK2STG

BD_STATUS NO_BD_SOFT SYNC_F_M_SWITCH

CLK_NO_TRACE_MOD NO_ELABEL SYNC_LOCKOFF


E

COMMUN_FAIL OOL SYN_BAD

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EXT_SYNC_LOS S1_SYN_CHANGE TEMP_OVER

EXT_TIME_LOC SYNC_C_LOS TIME_LOS

HARD_BAD HARD_ERR TIME_NO_TRACE_MODE

WRG_BD_TYPE LTI

2.2.69 STI Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.70 SXM Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS HARD_ERR TEMP_OVER

BUS_ERR NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL HARD_BAD

2.2.71 TDC Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS IN_PWR_HIGH HARD_ERR

COMMUN_FAIL IN_PWR_LOW R_LOS

DCM_INSUFF NO_BD_SOFT TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.72 TDX Board Alarm List


TN52TDX

B1_EXC NULL_SEND OTU2_LOF

B1_SD ODU2_LOFLOM OTU2_LOM

BD_STATUS ODU2_PM_AIS OTU2_SSF

BEFFEC_EXC ODU2_PM_BDI OTU2_TIM

BUS_ERR ODU2_PM_DEG OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU2_PM_LCK OUT_PWR_LOW

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CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU2_PM_OCI NO_BD_SOFT

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART ODU2_PM_SSF NO_ELABEL

COMMUN_FAIL ODU2_PM_TIM PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

HARD_BAD ODU2_TCMn_AIS PRBS_LSS

HARD_ERR ODU2_TCMn_BDI REMOTE_FAULT

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_TCMn_DEG R_LOC

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOF

J0_MM ODU2_TCMn_LTC R_LOS

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_TCMn_OCI REM_SD


MATCH

LOCAL_FAULT ODU2_TCMn_SSF REM_SF

LOOP_ALM ODU2_TCMn_TIM TD

LPT_ACTIVE ODU_SNCP_PS TEMP_OVER

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU_SNCP_STA_I TEM_HA


NDI

LSR_INVALID OPU2_PLM TEM_LA

LSR_WILL_DIE OTU2_AIS TF

OTU2_DEG OTU2_BDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.73 TMX Board Alarm List


TN11TMX

B1_EXC ODU1_PM_LCK OTU1_BDI

B1_SD ODU1_PM_OCI OTU1_DEG

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_SSF OTU1_LOF

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_TIM OTU1_LOM

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU1_TCMn_AIS OTU1_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU1_TCMn_BDI OTU1_TIM

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_AIS

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_BDI

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_DEG

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HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_LOF

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_LOM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_TIM OTU2_SSF

J0_MM ODU2_LOFLOM OTU2_TIM

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH


MATCH

LOOP_ALM ODU2_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_PM_DEG ODU1_PM_AIS

LSR_INVALID ODU2_PM_LCK ODU1_PM_BDI

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_PM_OCI ODU1_PM_DEG

NO_BD_SOFT ODU2_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

NO_ELABEL ODU2_PM_TIM PRBS_LSS

NULL_SEND ODU2_TCMn_AIS REM_SD

OCh_FDI ODU2_TCMn_BDI REM_SF

OCh_FDI_O ODU2_TCMn_DEG RS_CROSSTR

OCh_FDI_P ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOC

OCh_LOS_P ODU2_TCMn_LTC R_LOF

OCh_OCI ODU2_TCMn_OCI R_LOS

OCh_SSF ODU2_TCMn_SSF TD

OCh_SSF_O ODU2_TCMn_TIM TEMP_OVER

OCh_SSF_P OPA_FAIL_INDI TEM_HA

ODU1_LOFLOM OPU1_PLM TEM_LA

OPU2_PLM OPU2_MSIM TF

OTU1_AIS WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

TN12TMX

B1_EXC ODU1_PM_DEG OTU1_BDI

B1_SD ODU1_PM_LCK OTU1_DEG

BD_STATUS ODU1_PM_OCI OTU1_LOF

BEFFEC_EXC ODU1_PM_SSF OTU1_LOM

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CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU1_PM_TIM OTU1_SSF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU1_TCMn_AIS OTU1_TIM

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART ODU1_TCMn_BDI OTU2_AIS

COMMUN_FAIL ODU1_TCMn_DEG OTU2_BDI

HARD_BAD ODU1_TCMn_LCK OTU2_DEG

HARD_ERR ODU1_TCMn_LTC OTU2_LOF

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_TCMn_OCI OTU2_LOM

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_TCMn_SSF OTU2_SSF

J0_MM ODU1_TCMn_TIM OTU2_TIM

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_HIGH


MATCH

LOOP_ALM ODU2_PM_BDI OUT_PWR_LOW

LSR_COOL_ALM ODU2_PM_DEG ODU1_LOFLOM

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU2_PM_LCK ODU1_PM_AIS

LSR_INVALID ODU2_PM_OCI ODU1_PM_BDI

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU2_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OF


FLINE

NO_BD_SOFT ODU2_PM_TIM PRBS_LSS

NO_ELABEL ODU2_TCMn_AIS REM_SD

NULL_SEND ODU2_TCMn_BDI REM_SF

OCh_FDI ODU2_TCMn_DEG RS_CROSSTR

OCh_FDI_O ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOC

OCh_FDI_P ODU2_TCMn_LTC R_LOF

OCh_LOS_P ODU2_TCMn_OCI R_LOS

OCh_OCI ODU2_TCMn_SSF TD

OCh_SSF ODU2_TCMn_TIM TEMP_OVER

OCh_SSF_O OPA_FAIL_INDI TEM_HA

OCh_SSF_P OPU1_PLM TEM_LA

OPU2_PLM OPU2_MSIM TF

OTU1_AIS WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

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NOTE

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TCM6.

2.2.74 TOG Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS NO_ELABEL OPU1_PLM

BUS_ERR ODU0_LOFLOM OUT_PWR_HIGH

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU0_PM_AIS OUT_PWR_LOW

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU0_PM_BDI OPA_FAIL_INDI

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART ODU0_PM_DEG LSR_WILL_DIE

COMMUN_FAIL ODU0_PM_LCK L_SYNC

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU0_PM_OCI NO_BD_SOFT

HARD_BAD ODU0_PM_SSF PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

HARD_ERR ODU0_PM_TIM R_LOS

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_LOFLOM REM_SD

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_AIS REM_SF

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_PM_BDI TD
MATCH

LOOP_ALM ODU1_PM_DEG TEMP_OVER

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_PM_LCK TEM_HA

LSR_INVALID ODU1_PM_OCI TEM_LA

ODU1_PM_TIM ODU1_PM_SSF TF

OPU0_PLM WRG_BD_TYPE WAVEDATA_MIS

2.2.75 TOM Board Alarm List


TN52TOM

B1_EXC OCH_OCI OPU1_PLM

B1_SD OCH_SSF OTU1_AIS

BD_STATUS OCH_SSF-O OTU1_BDI

BEFFEC_EXC OCH_SSF-P OTU1_DEG

BUS_ERR ODU0_LOFLOM OTU1_EXC

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CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU0_PM_AIS OTU1_LOF

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU0_PM_BDI OTU1_LOM

CLIENT_PROT_NOTSTART ODU0_PM_DEG OTU1_SSF

COMMUN_FAIL ODU0_PM_LCK OTU1_TIM

ETH_8B10B_ERR ODU0_PM_OCI OUT_PWR_HIGH

HARD_BAD ODU0_PM_SSF OUT_PWR_LOW

HARD_ERR ODU0_PM_TIM OPA_FAIL_INDI

INTRA_OTU_PS ODU1_LOFLOM OCH_FDI-O

INTRA_OTU_STA_INDI ODU1_PM_AIS OCH_FDI-P

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU1_PM_BDI OCH_LOS-P

IN_PWR_LOW ODU1_PM_DEG PORT_MODULE_OFF-


LINE

J0_MM ODU1_PM_EXC PRBS_LSS

L_SYNC ODU1_PM_LCK RS_CROSSTR

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU1_PM_OCI R_LOC


MATCH

LINK_ERR ODU1_PM_SSF R_LOF

LOOP_ALM ODU1_PM_TIM R_LOS

LPT_ACTIVE ODU1_TCMn_AIS REM_SD

LSR_FORCE_OPEN ODU1_TCMn_BDI REM_SF

LSR_INVALID ODU1_TCMn_DEG SW_SNCP_PS

LSR_WILL_DIE ODU1_TCMn_EXC SW_SNCP_STA_INDI

MS_SNCP_PS ODU1_TCMn_LCK TD

MS_SNCP_STA_INDI ODU1_TCMn_LTC TEMP_OVER

NO_BD_SOFT ODU1_TCMn_OCI TEM_HA

NO_ELABEL ODU1_TCMn_SSF TEM_LA

NULL_SEND ODU1_TCMn_TIM TF

OCH_FDI ODU_SNCP_PS TS_CFG_MISMATCH

OPU0_PLM ODU_SNCP_STA_INDI WAVEDATA_MIS

OPU1_MSIM WRG_BD_TYPE

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TCM6.

2.2.76 TQX Board Alarm List


TN52TQX

B1_EXC NULL_SEND OTU2_LOM

B1_SD ODU2_PM_AIS OTU2_SSF

BD_STATUS ODU2_PM_BDI OTU2_TIM

BEFFEC_EXC ODU2_PM_DEG OUT_PWR_HIGH

BUS_ERR ODU2_PM_LCK OUT_PWR_LOW

CLIENT_PORT_PS ODU2_PM_OCI LSR_WILL_DIE

CLIENT_PORT_STA_INDI ODU2_PM_SSF NO_BD_SOFT

CLIENT_PROT_NOT- ODU2_PM_TIM
START NO_ELABEL

COMMUN_FAIL ODU2_TCMn_AIS PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

HARD_BAD ODU2_TCMn_BDI PRBS_LSS

HARD_ERR ODU2_TCMn_DEG REMOTE_FAULT

IN_PWR_HIGH ODU2_TCMn_LCK R_LOC

IN_PWR_LOW ODU2_TCMn_LTC R_LOF

J0_MM ODU2_TCMn_OCI R_LOS

LASER_MODULE_MIS- ODU2_TCMn_SSF REM_SD


MATCH

LOCAL_FAULT ODU2_TCMn_TIM REM_SF

LOOP_ALM ODU_SNCP_PS TD

LPT_ACTIVE ODU_SNCP_STA_IN- TEMP_OVER


DI

LSR_FORCE_OPEN OPU2_PLM TEM_HA

LSR_INVALID OTU2_AIS TEM_LA

OTU2_DEG OTU2_BDI TF

OTU2_LOF WRG_BD_TYPE

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NOTE

In the alarms, n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6. The TCMn is from TCM1 to
TCM6.

2.2.77 VA1 Board Alarm List


TN12VA1

BD_STATUS HARD_ERR VOADATA_MIS

COMMUN_FAIL OPA_FAIL_INDI WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_BAD TEMP_OVER WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.78 VA4 Board Alarm List


TN12VA4

BD_STATUS HARD_ERR VOADATA_MIS

COMMUN_FAIL OPA_FAIL_INDI WAVEDATA_MIS

HARD_BAD TEMP_OVER WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.79 WMU Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS NO_BD_PARA PORTSWITCH_FAIL

COMMUN_FAIL NO_BD_SOFT TEMP_OVER

HARD_BAD NO_ELABEL WAVELEN_OVER

HARD_ERR MODULE_ADJUST_FAIL WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.80 WSD9 Board Alarm List


TN12WSD9/TN13WSD9

BD_STATUS OMS_BDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-P SUM_INPWR_LOW

HARD_BAD OMS_FDI SUM_INPWR_HI

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI-O TEMP_OVER

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_FDI-P VOADATA_MIS

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MODULE_ADJUST_FAI OMS_LOS-P WAVEDATA_MIS


L

MODULEFILE_UPDATE OMS_SSF WRG_BD_TYPE


_FAIL

MUT_LOS OMS_SSF-O

OMS_BDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.81 WSM9 Board Alarm List


TN12WSM9/TN13WSM9

BD_STATUS MOD_COM_FAIL TEMP_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL MODULE_ADJUST_FAI VOADATA_MIS


L

HARD_BAD MODULEFILE_UPDATE WAVEDATA_MIS


_FAIL

HARD_ERR OPA_FAIL_INDI WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.82 WSMD2 Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS OMS_BDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-P SUM_INPWR_HI

HARD_BAD OMS_FDI SUM_INPWR_LOW

HARD_ERR OMS_FDI-O TEMP_OVER

MODULEFILE_UPDATE_F OMS_FDI-P VOADATA_MIS


AIL

MODULE_ADJUST_FAIL OMS_LOS-P WRG_BD_TYPE

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_SSF WAVEDATA_MIS

MUT_LOS OMS_SSF-O

OMS_BDI OMS_SSF-P

2.2.83 WSMD4 Board Alarm List


TEMP_OVER OMS_BDI OMS_SSF-P

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COMMUN_FAIL OMS_BDI-O OPA_FAIL_INDI

BD_STATUS OMS_BDI-P SUM_INPWR_LOW

MUT_LOS OMS_FDI SUM_INPWR_HI

MOD_COM_FAIL OMS_FDI-O VOADATA_MIS

MODULE_ADJUST OMS_FDI-P WAVEDATA_MIS


_FAIL

MODULEFILE_UP OMS_LOS-P WRG_BD_TYPE


DATE_FAIL

HARD_BAD OMS_SSF

HARD_ERR OMS_SSF-O

2.2.84 XCH Board Alarm List


TN52XCH

BD_STATUS HARD_ERR TEMP_OVER

BUS_ERR NO_BD_SOFT WRG_BD_TYPE

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL HARD_BAD

2.2.85 XCM Board Alarm List


TN52XCM

BD_STATUS HARD_ERR HARD_BAD

BUS_ERR NO_BD_SOFT TEMP_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL WRG_BD_TYPE

2.2.86 XCT Board Alarm List


BD_STATUS HARD_ERR HARD_BAD

BUS_ERR NO_BD_SOFT TEMP_OVER

COMMUN_FAIL NO_ELABEL WRG_BD_TYPE

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3 Common Alarm Processing

About This Chapter

This chapter describes common information relevant to alarm handling, including alarm
descriptions, alarm parameters, impacts of alarms on the system, alarm causes, and alarm
handling procedures.

NOTE

In the case of an alarm, see its handling procedure to clear it; if the alarm persists, contact Huawei engineers
for troubleshooting.

The alarm handling involves board reset, either cold or warm. Cold reset and warm reset have
different impacts on services.

l Reset of the SCC board: A warm reset of the SCC is a restart of the upper-layer software,
neither the FPGA file nor hardware data is updated and so a warm reset does not interrupt
services. A cold reset of the SCC might result in re-setting of the key hardware, such as
FPGA reloading; the upper-layer software need be restarted.
l Reset of other boards: A warm reset on other boards does not affect running services while
a cold reset on other boards does. If such a board is reset improperly, the communication
between the board and the SCC is affected and even the services are interrupted.

Certain alarms listed in this chapter are handled in different ways, because the board types are
different. This chapter describes how to handle alarms in the OCS and OTN systems separately
according to the system where the board is located.

The meaning of the n and k in this chapter as follows:


l k indicates the level of rate and its value is 0, 1, 2, 3.
l n indicates the level of TCM and its value ranges from 1 to 6.

3.1 B1_EXC
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.2 BEFFEC_EXC

3.3 BUS_ERR
See the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

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3.4 CHAN_LOS

3.5 CLIENT_PORT_PS

3.6 COMMUN_FAIL
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.7 ETH_8B10B_ERR

3.8 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.9 FC_LINK_ERR

3.10 FC_SYNC_LOS

3.11 IN_PWR_HIGH
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.12 IN_PWR_LOW
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.13 INTRA_OTU_PS

3.14 LASER_MODULE_MISMATCH

3.15 LINK_ERR
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.16 LOOP_ALM
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.17 LPT_ACTIVE

3.18 LSR_WILL_DIE

3.19 MS_AIS
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.20 MS_RDI
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.21 MUT_LOS

3.22 OA_LOW_GAIN

3.23 ODU_SNCP_PS

3.24 ODUk_PM_AIS

3.25 ODUk_PM_BDI

3.26 ODUk_PM_DEG

3.27 ODUk_PM_EXC

3.28 ODUk_PM_SSF

3.29 OMS_FDI

3.30 OSC_LOS

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3.31 OTS_LOS

3.32 OUT_PWR_HIGH

3.33 PORT_MODULE_OFFLINE

3.34 POWER_FAIL

3.35 PUMP_COOL_EXC

3.36 R_LOF
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.37 R_LOS
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.38 R_OOF
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

3.39 R_SLIP

3.40 REM_SF

3.41 REMOTE_FAULT

3.42 SECU_ALM

3.43 SUM_INPWR_LOW

3.44 TD

3.45 TF

3.46 TS_CFG_MISMATCH

3.47 WRG_BD_TYPE

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3.1 B1_EXC
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-1 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.1.1 B1_EXC(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.1.2 B1_EXC(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.1.1 B1_EXC(OCS)

Description
The B1_EXC(OCS) alarm indicates that the number of regenerator section B1 bit errors in the
signals received on the line exceeds the threshold. When a line board detects the B1 bytes and
determines that the bit error ratio (BER) of the regenerator section signals exceeds the threshold
for the B1_EXC alarm, the alarm is reported.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Service alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


l When the B1_EXC occurs, the quality of the transmitted services is degraded.
l When the B1_EXC occurs, by default, the system inserts the AU_AIS alarm in the cross-
connection direction.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the B1_EXC alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1: The line performance degrades.

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l Cause 2: The external environment is abnormal.


l Cause 3: The receive board of the local end is faulty.
l Cause 4: The transmit board of the opposite end is faulty.

Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. According to parameter 1, determine the ID of the
interface that reports the alarm. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause 1: The line performance degrades.
1. Check whether the transmit power at the opposite station and the receive power at the
local station meet the specifications of the interfaces. For details on optical power
specification of the board, see "Technical Specifications" of the Product
Description. For details, see Querying Optical Power on the U2000 in the Supporting
Task.
NOTE

Refer to Querying Optical Module Information in the Supporting Task, and you can obtain the
manufacturer information about the board optical module.

If... Then...

The transmit optical power of the opposite station is Proceed to the next step.
normal, but the receive optical power of the local
station is almost equal to the specification (for
example, within ±3 dB) of the receiver sensitivity,

The transmit optical power of the local board is See cause 4.


abnormal,

2. Check whether the optical connector is normal.

If... Then...

The connector is loose Tighten the optical connector. Check whether the alarm
is cleared. If the alarm persists, proceed to the next step.

The interface is normal Proceed to the next step.

3. Check whether the connector is dirty. For details, see Inspecting and Cleaning the
Fiber-Optic Connectors in the Supporting Task.

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If... Then...

The connector is dirty Clean the optical connector. For details, see

l Cleaning Optical Fiber Connectors Using Cartridge


Cleaners
l Cleaning Optical Fiber Connectors Using Lens
Tissue
l Cleaning Optical Adapters Using Optical Cleaning
Sticks

in Supporting Task. Then, check whether the alarm is


cleared. If the alarm persists, proceed to the next step.

The connector is normal Proceed to the next step.

4. Check whether the attenuation value of the optical attenuator is proper according to
the specified receive optical power. For details on optical power specifications of the
board, see "Technical Specifications" of the Product Description.

If... Then ...

The value of optical attenuation is Adjust the attenuation to the proper


improper, value. For details, see Adjusting,
Replacing, Adding and Removing
Attenuator in the Supporting Task. Then,
check whether the alarm is cleared. If the
alarm persists, proceed to the next step.

The value of optical attenuation is Proceed to the next step.


proper,

5. Check whether the fiber is faulty. Especially, check whether the bending radius of a
fiber jumper is within the normal range, and check whether the fiber from the
equipment to the ODF and the fiber outside the equipment room are pressed. If the
bending radius of the fiber jumper is less than 6 cm, spool the fiber jumper again. If
the fiber is faulty, replace it. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm
persists, see cause 2.
l Cause 2: The external environment is abnormal.
1. Check the ambient temperature of the equipment room. If the temperature is higher
than 45°C or is lower than 0°C, use a cooler/heater to decrease/increase the ambient
temperature.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see cause 3.
l Cause 3: The receive board of the local end is faulty.
1. Perform an inloop on the receive and transmit ports of the board. Refer to Supporting
Task.

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NOTICE
The loopback may cause service interruptions.

If... Then...

Any bit error alarm is reported, The local board is faulty. Proceed to the next
step.

No bit error alarm is reported, See cause 4.

2. If the board supports the pluggable optical module, replace the pluggable optical
module. Otherwise, replace the local faulty board. For details, see Parts
Replacement.
3. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see cause 4.
l Cause 4: The transmit board of the opposite end is faulty.
1. If the board supports the pluggable optical module, replace the pluggable optical
module. Otherwise, replace the faulty board at the opposite end. For details, see Parts
Replacement.

----End

Related Information
None.

3.1.2 B1_EXC(OTN)

Description
The B1_EXC(OTN) alarm indicates the regenerator section (B1) excessive errors. The alarm is
generated when the received SDH signals degrade and the B1 bit errors in the multiplex section
exceed the threshold.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side and client side.

l The alarm is generated on the WDM side when the B1 bit errors in the SDH signals received
on the WDM side exceed the B1 bit error threshold.
l The alarm is generated on the client side when the B1 bit errors in the SDH signals received
on the client side exceed the B1 bit error threshold.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Service alarm

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Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The B1 bit errors in the service signals received by the board exceed the threshold of the B1 bit
errors set for the board. The alarm affects the QoS of the service signals.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The input signals on the client side
contain bit errors.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The receive side of the local station is
faulty.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation of the received signals
is excessively high; the fiber or connector is not clean.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The transmit side of the opposite
station is faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The input signals on the client side
contain bit errors.
1. If the alarm is reported from the client side, it indicates that the input signals on the
client side contain bit errors. In this case, eliminate the bit errors according to the
documents of the client equipment.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The receive side of the local station is
faulty.

Detects and reports Detects and reports


the B1_EXC alarm the B1_EXC alarm

O O
A F F A
OTU1 I I OTU2
D D
M U U M Out-loop

Client side WDM side WDM side Client side

Station A Station B

1. Configure outloop at the transmit and receive optical interfaces on the WDM side of
the OTU2. If there is no bit error alarm on the OTU1, it indicates that the board at the
local station is faulty. Replace the faulty board. For details, refer to "Replacing a
Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation of the received signals
is excessively high; the fiber or connector is not clean.
1. If there are bit errors, on the U2000 check whether the transmit optical power at the
corresponding optical interfaces on the opposite OTU1 is within the normal range.

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For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical
Specifications" of the Product Description .
2. If the transmit optical power of the optical interface on OTU1 at the opposite station
is within the normal range, check the fibers and clean the fiber connectors between
transmiting side of OTU1 and the receive side of OTU2.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The transmit side of the opposite station
is faulty.
1. If the optical power of the optical interface on OTU1 at the opposite station is
abnormal, check whether the B1_EXC alarm is generated on the client side of the
opposite OTU1. If yes, clear the B1_EXC alarm on the client side. If not, it indicates
that the opposite OTU1 is faulty. Replace the opposite OTU1. For the optical power
specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical Specifications" of the Product
Description .

----End

Related Information
None.

3.2 BEFFEC_EXC
Description
The BEFFEC_EXC alarm indicates that bit errors before FEC alarm exceed the threshold.
Signals from the WDM side of the opposite OTUs have the FEC function. As a result, before
performing signal FEC in the receive direction on theWDM side of the local OTUs, the local
OTUs computes the bit error rate. This alarm is generated when the computed bit error rate
exceeds the threshold.

Reported from the WDM or client side: WDM side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Service alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The error tolerance of the system decreases, and the quality of signals is affected if the decrease
is sufficient.

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Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The input optical power of the OTU is excessively high or low. The system
performance degrades. For example, the optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR) is excessively
low, or dispersion or non-linearity occurs.
l Cause 2: An inappropriate DCM is installed.
l Cause 3: The board at the opposite station is faulty.
l Cause 4: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1: The input optical power of the OTU is excessively high or low. The system
performance degrades. For example, the optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR) is excessively
low, or dispersion or non-linearity occurs.
1. Check whether the receive optical power on the U2000 is within the normal range,
For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical
Specifications" of the Product Description .
2. If the input optical power is abnormal, see the methods for handling the
IN_PWR_HIGH and IN_PWR_LOW.
3. If the optical power is normal, it is possible that the system performance degrades.
For the alarm handling, refer to "Troubleshooting Bit Errors" of the
Troubleshooting.
l Cause 2: An inappropriate DCM is installed.
1. Check whether the DCM used on the existing network is appropriate. If not, replace
the DCM.
l Cause 3 and cause 4: The board at the opposite station may be faulty; the board at the local
station may be faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, the OTU that reports the alarm may be faulty. Replace the OTU,
For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
2. If the alarm persists, the board at the opposite station may be faulty. Replace the faulty
board, For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.

----End

Related Information
None

3.3 BUS_ERR
See the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

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Table 3-2 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm Page Link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.3.1 BUS_ERR(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.3.2 BUS_ERR(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.3.1 BUS_ERR(OCS)

Description
The BUS_ERR is an alarm indicating the bus error. This alarm is generated when the board
detects a backplane bus error.

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Name Meaning

Parameter 1 Indicates the ID of slot that houses the cross-connect board.

Parameters 2 and 3 Indicates the statuses of buses.

Impact on the System


l When the BUS_ERR alarm is reported, the services that pass through the relevant bus are
interrupted or have bit errors.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the BUS_ERR alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1: The internal bus of the cross-connect board is faulty.

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l Cause 2: The software version does not match the specified version.
l Cause 3: The backplane or the relevant board is faulty.

Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause 1: The internal bus of the cross-connect board is faulty.
1. Replace the cross-connect board. For details, see the Parts Replacement.

NOTICE
If no cross-connect board that works normally can be used for protection, do not
perform the operations, because all the services may be interrupted.

l Cause 2: The software version does not match the specified version.
1. Check whether the version of the cross-connect board matches the version of relevant
service board. For details, see Querying the Version of the Board in the Supporting
Task.
2. If the versions of the cross-connect board and relevant service board do not match,
contact Huawei engineers to upgrade the relevant boards.
l Cause 3: The backplane or the relevant board is faulty.
1. Perform cold reset on the service board that maps the cross-connect board by using
the U2000, or reseat the service board that maps the cross-connect board. For the
operations that are performed on the U2000, see Performing a Cold Reset of a Board
in the Supporting Task. For the operations of reseating the board, see "Removing
Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether
the alarm is cleared.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the service board. For details, see the Parts
Replacement.

NOTICE
If the services that travel through the service board are not protected, do not perform
the cold reset or replace the board because services may be interrupted.

3. Perform cold reset on the cross-connect board by using the U2000, or reseat the cross-
connect board. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
4. If the alarm persists, replace the cross-connect board. For details, see the Parts
Replacement. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.

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NOTICE
If no cross-connect board that works normally can be used for protection, do not
perform the operations, because all the services may be interrupted.

5. If the alarm persists, contact Huawei engineers to check whether the fault is caused
by bent pins of the backplane. If the backplane is faulty, replace the backplane of the
subrack.
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Related Information
None

3.3.2 BUS_ERR(OTN)
Description
The BUS_ERR is an alarm indicating the bus error. This alarm is generated when the board
detects a backplane bus error.
Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type
Critical Equipment

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description
Parameters 1 and 2 Indicates the ID of the bus in which the alarm is generated.

Impact on the System


l This alarm triggers the bus switching.
l Services are unavailable or bit errors are generated.For example, and ODU1 and ODU0
services of the OptiX OSN 8800 are affected.

Fault Symptom
None

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NOTE

If the fault has no symptom, or if the fault symptom is different from the one described in this topic, handle
the fault according to "Handling Procedure" provided in this topic.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The OTU board is inserted inappropriately or faulty.
l Cause 2: The cross-connect board is inserted inappropriately or faulty.
l Cause 3: When ASON services are configured, the type of the service that is actually
received does not match the service type configured on the board.
l Cause 4: The pins are faulty or the bus is faulty on the backplane.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The OTU board is inserted inappropriately or faulty.
1. Reseat the OTU board. For the operation of reseating the board, see "Removing
Boards" and "Inserting Boards".in the Quick Installation Guide.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, replace the board. For details,
see the Parts Replacement.
l Cause 2: The cross-connect board is inserted inappropriately or faulty.
1. Reseat the cross-connect board. For operations, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting
Boards".in the Quick Installation Guide.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, replace the cross-connect
board. For details, see the Parts Replacement.
l Cause 3: When ASON services are configured, the type of the service that is actually
received does not match the service type configured on the board.
1. Check whether board that reports this alarm supports pluggable optical modules.

If... Then...

The board supports pluggable optical Replace the specific pluggable optical
modules, module. For details, refer to "Replacing
Pluggable Optical Modules" of the Parts
Replacement.

The board does not support Replace the faulty board. For details, refer
pluggable optical modules, to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting
Tasks.

2. Check whether this alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see the alarm handling
procedure for cause 4.
l Cause 4: The pins are faulty or the bus is faulty on the backplane.
1. Perform a cold reset on the faulty board through the U2000.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the backplane of the subrack. For the detailed operations,
contact Huawei engineers.

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3.4 CHAN_LOS
Description
The CHAN_LOS alarm indicates the single wavelength signal loss. The alarm is generated when
the MCA (optical spectrum analyzer) board detects that the original channel is lost after it scans
the optical spectrum.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


l The services of the related wavelength are unavailable.
l The MCA cannot monitor the optical spectrum performance of the wavelength related to
the alarm.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The wavelength that needs to be monitored is not accessed. For example, in the
following figure, wavelength λ1 needs to be monitored, but actually λ1 is not accessed. The
possible cause is that the fiber to the client or WDM side of OTU1 is disconnected.
MCA

M M
λ1 U U λ1
OTU1 X OA OA X OTU3
F F
/ /
λ2 I I λ2
D D
OTU2 U U OTU4
M OA OA M
U U
X X
Client side WDM side WDM side Client side

Station A Station B

l Cause 2: The laser of the board at the opposite station is shut down. For example, the laser
of OTU1 in the preceding figure is shut down.
l Cause 3: The attenuation of the multiplexer or OA unit in the upstream of the MCA is
excessively high.

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l Cause 4: The OTU in the upstream of the MCA is faulty. For example, OTU1 in the
preceding figure is faulty.
l Cause 5: The MCA that reports the alarm is faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated. Parameter 2 and parameter 3 indicate the number of wavelengths in which
the alarm is generated.
l Cause 1: The wavelengths that need to be monitored are not accessed.
1. Check whether the wavelength where the alarm is generated is required in the actual
network. If not, modify the wavelength monitoring configuration of the MCA so that
the monitoring of the wavelength is disabled.
2. If the wavelength needs to be accessed in the actual network, check the fiber
connection in the upstream stations along the signal flow and make sure that the fiber
connection is established properly.
l Cause 2: The laser of the board at the opposite station is shut down.
1. Check whether the laser of the OTU that transmits the wavelength is shut down. If the
laser is shut down, opening the Laser.
l Cause 3: The attenuation of the multiplexer or OA unit in the upstream of the MCA is
excessively high.
1. Query the output optical power of the upstream OTU connected to the multiplexer
unit. Make sure that the queried output optical power of the upstream OTU is within
the normal range.
2. Query the input optical power of the optical interface (on the MCA) that reports the
alarms, and then calculate the output optical power of the upstream multiplexer or OA
unit to determine whether the output optical power is within the normal range. For the
optical power specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical Specifications"
of the Product Description . If the optical power is excessively low or there is no light,
check the attenuation that is set for the input optical power on the multiplexer or OA
unit. If the attenuation is excessively high, decrease the attenuation of the multiplexer
or OA unit.
NOTE

Output optical power of the multiplexer or OA unit (dBm) = Input optical power at the IN port
on the MCA (dBm) - 10lg(MON/OUT) (dBm). MON/OUT represents the split ratio of the
MON port on the multiplexer or OA unit.
l Cause 4: The OTU in the upstream of the MCA is faulty.
1. Query the optical spectrum data at the optical interface where the alarm is generated
on the MCA. If the data is abnormal, replace the OTU that transmits the wavelength
to the MCA. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 5: The MCA that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. Use an optical spectrum analyzer to analyze the optical spectrum data of the
corresponding optical interface on the MCA. If the data is normal, perform a cold reset
on the MCA.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the MCA that reports the alarm. For details, refer to
"Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
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3.5 CLIENT_PORT_PS
Description
The CLIENT_PORT_PS alarm indicates the client-side 1+1 protection switching. This alarm
occurs when the client-side 1+1 protection group actuates switching in which the current channel
switches to the protection channel from the working channel.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the client-side 1+1 protection group actuates switching, services are transiently
interrupted. When this alarm is reported, the working channel of the client-side 1+1 protection
group might have faulty services that needs to be restored.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching. Such a command makes the current channel of the client-side 1+1 protection
group switch to the protection channel from the working channel. Hence, the alarm is
reported.
l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the client-side 1+1 protection group are
faulty. The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm
is reported.

Procedure
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching.
1. On the U2000, query the switching state of the protection group. If the switching state
is forced switching or manual switching, check whether the external switching
operation is necessary.
2. If the external switching operation is necessary, ignore the alarm.

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3. If the external switching operation is unnecessary, issue an external command to


switch the current channel to the working channel, thus clearing the alarm.
l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the client-side 1+1 protection group are
faulty. The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm
is reported.
1. Query whether the related boards for configuring the protection group have alarms
relevant to the services, such as R_LOF, R_LOS, R_LOC, HARD_BAD,
OTUk_LOF, OTUk_LOM, OTUk_AIS, OTUk_TIM, ODUk_PM_AIS,
ODUk_PM_OCI, ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_PM_TIM, REM_SF,
ODUk_LOFLOM, B1_EXC, IN_PWR_HIGH, IN_PWR_LOW,
ODUk_PM_DEG, ODUk_PM_EXC, OTUk_DEG, OTUk_EXC or REM_SD. If
yes, handle the alarms by referring to the corresponding alarm handling procedures.
2. If the alarm persists, check whether the attribute of the protection group is
Revertive. If yes, the current channel automatically switches to the working channel
and the alarm clears. If the attribute is Non-Revertive, set it to Revertive and the
alarm clears.

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3.6 COMMUN_FAIL
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-3 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.6.1 COMMUN_FAIL(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.6.2 COMMUN_FAIL(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.6.1 COMMUN_FAIL(OCS)

Description
The COMMUN_FAIL(OCS) is an alarm indicating an inter-board communication failure. This
alarm is reported when the communication between the SCC and other boards is interrupted.

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Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Equipment alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description

Parameters 1 and 2 Indicates the ID of the channel in which the alarm is generated. For
example,

0x00 0x01 indicates RS485 path 1.

0x00 0x02 indicates RS485 path 2.

0x00 0x03 indicates intra-board communication.

0x00 0x04 indicates the Ethernet emergency channel between subracks.

Impact on the System


When the alarm is generated, the SCC cannot send commands or services to the board, or the
board cannot work. In this case, the service cannot be configured or the protection switching
becomes invalid. Thus, the new service becomes abnormal.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the COMMUN_FAIL alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is in the cold reset or warm reset
state.
l Cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is faulty.
l Cause 1 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The service board AUX is faulty.
NOTE

If the communication ports between the AUX board and other boards are faulty, the service board
reports the COMMUN_FAIL alarm while the standby SCC board does not report the alarm.
l Cause 2 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The SCC board or the cross-connect board
is faulty.

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NOTE

If the active SCC board is faulty, the active SCC board, standby SCC board, and service board report
the COMMUN_FAIL alarm at the same time.
If the cross-connect board is faulty, the communication in the 485 path is faulty. The cross-connect
board and the service board report the COMMUN_FAIL alarm.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000. Then, determine the boards that report the alarm and
corresponding alarm parameter. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause 1 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board status is cold reset or warm reset.
1. Check the board alarm indicator to see whether the status of the board that reports the
alarm is cold reset or warm reset. Wait for 5 minutes if the status is cold reset or warm
reset, and then check whether the alarm is cleared. For the description of the alarm
indicators on the board, see Board Indicators in the Hardware Description.
2. If the alarm persists, see Cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm.
l Cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is faulty.
1. Replace the board that reports the alarm. For details, see the Parts Replacement.
l Cause 1 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The service board AUX is faulty.
1. Check whether the AUX board reports the alarm that indicates a board or chip fault
such as the BD_STATUS alarm. Reseat the board. For the operations of reseating a
board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the Quick Installation
Guide. Then, check whether the COMMUN_FAIL alarm is cleared.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the board. For details, see the Parts Replacement. Then,
check whether the COMMUN_FAIL alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see Cause 2 of multiple boards reporting alarm.
l Cause 2 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The SCC board or the cross-connect board
is faulty.
1. Check whether the active SCC board or the active cross-connect board reports the
alarm such as the BD_STATUS or HARD_BAD alarm that indicates a board fault.
Reseat the board. For the operations of reseating a board, see "Removing Boards" and
"Inserting Boards" in the Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether the
COMMUN_FAIL alarm is cleared.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the board. For details, see the Parts Replacement.
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3.6.2 COMMUN_FAIL(OTN)
Description
The COMMUN_FAIL is an alarm indicating an inter-board communication failure. This alarm
occurs when the communication between the SCC and other boards is interrupted.

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Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Equipment alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description

Parameters 1 Indicates the optical port number and the value is always 0x01.

Parameters 2 and 3 Indicates the ID of the channel in which the alarm is generated. For
example,

0x00 0x01 denotes RS485 path 1;

0x00 0x02 denotes RS485 path 2;

0x00 0x03 denotes intra-board communication;

0x00 0x04 denotes the Ethernet emergency channel between subracks.

0x00 0x05 denotes the spi communication failure between the SCC board
and AUX board.

0x00 0x06 denotes RS485 path 3;

0x00 0x07 denotes RS485 path 4;

Impact on the System


After the alarm is generated, configuration data fails to be applied to other boards or other boards
cannot function normally. The service configuration or protection switching may fail or the
package loading may roll back abnormally. Thus, new services become abnormal.

Fault Symptom
Table 3-4 lists the fault symptom for the COMMUN_FAIL alarm.

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Table 3-4 Fault symptom for the COMMUN_FAIL alarm

Fault Symptom Cause

A single board reports the l The board also reports the Cause 1 of a single board
COMMUN_FAIL alarm. BD_STATUS alarm reporting this alarm: The
The alarm parameter is 0x01 (only when the board is in board is in cold reset or warm
0x00 0x03. cold reset state). reset state.
l The PROG indicator on
the board blinks first at
the frequency of 300 ms
on and 300 ms off (green)
and then at the frequency
of 100 ms on and 100 ms
off (green).

No other symptoms occur. Cause 3 of a single board


reporting this alarm: The
board is faulty.

A single board reports the No other symptoms occur. Cause 3 of a single board
COMMUN_FAIL alarm. reporting this alarm: The
The alarm parameter is 0x01 board is faulty.
0x00 0x01 or 0x01 0x00
0x02.

The SCC board of a slave The network cables for Cause 2 of a single board
subrack reports the cascading subracks are self- reporting this alarm: The
COMMUN_FAIL alarm. made network cables rather network cables for cascading
The alarm parameter is 0x01 than standard straight- subracks do not meet the
0x00 0x04. through cables with all eight requirements.
cores being used.

Multiple boards report the l The standby SCC board Cause 1 of multiple boards
COMMUN_FAIL alarm. does not report the reporting this alarm: For
The alarm parameter is 0x01 COMMUN_FAIL alarm. OptiX OSN 8800: The EFI1
0x00 0x03. l For OptiX OSN 8800: or EFI2 board is faulty.
The EFI1 or EFI2 board
reports the BD_STATUS
alarm.

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Fault Symptom Cause

l The boards that report the Cause 2 of multiple boards


COMMUN_FAIL alarm reporting this alarm: The
are housed in slave settings of the DIP switches
subracks. of the subracks are incorrect
l The SUBRACK_LOOP or the subracks are cascaded
alarm is generated on the inappropriately.
NE, or the
SUBRACK_ID_CON-
FLICT or
SUBRACK_ID_MIS-
MATCH alarm is
generated in the housing
subracks of the boards
that report the
COMMUN_FAIL alarm.

l The active and standby Cause 3 of multiple boards


SCC boards report the reporting this alarm: The
COMMUN_FAIL alarm SCC or cross-connect board
at the same time. is faulty.
l The active SCC board
also reports alarms such
as HARD_BAD and
BD_STATUS, indicating
abnormal equipment
status.

Multiple boards report the l The cross-connect board Cause 3 of multiple boards
COMMUN_FAIL alarm. reports the reporting this alarm: The
The alarm parameter is 0x01 COMMUN_FAIL alarm. SCC or cross-connect board
0x00 0x01 or 0x01 0x00 l The cross-connect board is faulty.
0x02. also reports alarms such
as BD_STATUS,
indicating abnormal
equipment status.

NOTE

If the fault has no symptom, or if the fault symptom is different from the one described in this topic, handle
the fault according to "Handling Procedure" provided in this topic.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of a single board reporting the COMMUN_FAIL alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is in cold reset or warm reset
state.

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l Cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm: The network cables for cascading subracks
do not meet the requirements.
l Cause 3 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is faulty.

The possible causes of multiple boards reporting the COMMUN_FAIL alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: For OptiX OSN 8800: The EFI1 or EFI2
board is faulty.
l Cause 2 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The settings of the DIP switches of the
subracks are incorrect or the subracks are cascaded inappropriately.
l Cause 3 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The SCC or cross-connect board is faulty.
NOTE

If the active SCC board is faulty, the active SCC board, standby SCC board, and service boards report
the COMMUN_FAIL alarm at the same time.
If the cross-connect board is faulty, the communication on channel 485 fails. In this case, the cross-
connect board and service boards report the COMMUN_FAIL alarm at the same time.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000. Then, determine the boards that report the alarm and
corresponding alarm parameter. For details, refer to "Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 1 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is in cold reset or warm reset
state.
1. View the alarm indicators of the board to check whether the board that reports this
alarm is in warm reset or cold reset state. If yes, wait for five minutes and then check
whether the alarm is cleared. For the description of the alarm indicators on the board,
see the Hardware Description.
2. If the alarm persists, see cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm.
l Cause 2 of a single board reporting this alarm: The network cables for cascading subracks
do not meet the requirements.
1. Replace the network cables for cascading subracks with standard straight-through
network cables with all eight cores being used. Then check whether the alarm is
cleared.
2. If the alarm persists, see cause 3 of a single board reporting this alarm.
l Cause 3 of a single board reporting this alarm: The board is faulty.
1. Replace the board that reports the alarm. See For details, refer to "Replacing a Board"
of the Supporting Tasks..
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, contact Huawei engineers.
l Cause 1 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: For OptiX OSN 8800: The EFI1 or EFI2
board is faulty..
1. Check whether the EFI1 or EFI2 board also reports alarms such as BD_STATUS,
indicating abnormal board status. Reseat the board. For the operation of reseating the
board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the Quick Installation
Guide.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, replace the EFI1 or EFI2
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3. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see cause 2 of multiple boards
reporting this alarm.
l Cause 2 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The SCC or cross-connect board is faulty.
1. Check whether the SUBRACK_LOOP, SUBRACK_ID_CONFLICT, and
SUBRACK_ID_MISMATCH alarms are generated. If yes, process these alarms in
advance.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see cause 3 of multiple boards
reporting this alarm.
l Cause 3 of multiple boards reporting this alarm: The SCC or cross-connect board is faulty.
1. Check whether the active SCC or active cross-connect board also reports the
BD_STATUS and HARD_BAD alarms. Reseat the board. For the operation of
reseating the board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards".in the Quick
Installation Guide.
2. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, replace the relevant board.
See For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks..
3. Check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, contact Huawei engineers.

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3.7 ETH_8B10B_ERR
Description
The ETH_8B10B_ERR alarm indicates the Ethernet line signal encoding/decoding error. The
alarm is generated when the signals is converted from 8bit mode to 10bit mode.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The coding and encoding errors of the signals on the Ethernet line may lead to bit errors. If the
alarm persists consecutively generated for a long time, the service may be interrupted.

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Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The fiber between the access equipment and the optical interface on the client side
of the board is faulty.
l Cause 2: The access equipment on the client side is faulty.
l Cause 3: The board where the alarm is generated is faulty.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The fiber between the access equipment and the optical interface on the client side
of the board is faulty.
1. Check whether the attenuation of the fiber between the access equipment and the
interface on the client side of the board is overlarge, and whether the fiber is aged or
loose. If yes, clean the fiber connector or replace the fiber.
l Cause 2: The access equipment on the client side is faulty.
1. Outloop the client-side transmit and receive optical interfaces, check whether the
alarm on the client side of the board is cleared.
2. If the alarm persists, locate the fault of the client-side access equipment and remove
the fault.
3. If the alarm clears, locate the fault of the board at the local station, see cause 3.
l Cause 3: The board where the alarm is generated is faulty.
1. Replace the faulty board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting
Tasks.

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3.8 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-5 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.8.1 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.8.2 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.8.1 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OCS)

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Description
The EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm indicates the loss of the periodic continuity check (CC)
message. When the sink maintenance point receives the CC message from the source
maintenance point, the timer is started to periodically check the link between the source and sink
maintenance points. If the sink maintenance point does not receive the CC message from the
source maintenance point in one period (3.5 times the time the CC message is transmitted from
the source maintenance point to the sink maintenance point), this alarm is generated.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Name Meaning

Parameters 1 and 2 Indicates the VLAN ID, consisting of two bytes.

Parameter 3 Indicates the level of the maintenance domain, consisting of one byte.

Parameters 4 to 7 Indicates the ID of the local maintenance point, consisting of four bytes.

Parameters 8 to 12 Indicates the ID of the remote maintenance point, consisting of five bytes.

Impact on the System


When the EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm is generated, it indicates that a unidirectional
connectivity failure is detected on the link between the source and sink maintenance points.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm are as follows:

l A software or hardware failure occurs to the services from the source maintenance point
to the sink maintenance point.
l Service congestion or service interruption occurs between the source maintenance point
and the sink maintenance point.

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Procedure
Step 1 View the EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm on the U2000 and confirm the ID of the relevant
maintenance point according to the alarm parameters.

Step 2 Query the information about the maintenance point.

Step 3 Perform loopback (LB) and link trace (LT) test for the source and sink maintenance points, thus
to locate the fault in the services between the source maintenance point and the sink maintenance
point.

Step 4 Check the faulty services, including software , hardware, and traffic. After the services restore,
the alarm automatically clears. You may also perform LB to confirm that the alarm clears.

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3.8.2 EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS(OTN)

Description
The EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm indicates the loss of the periodic continuity check (CC)
message. When the sink maintenance point receives the CC message from the source
maintenance point, the timer is started to periodically check the link between the source and sink
maintenance points. If the sink maintenance point does not receive the CC message from the
source maintenance point in one period (3.5 times the time which the CC message is transmitted
from the source maintenance point to the sink maintenance point), this alarm is generated.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description

Parameters 1 and 2 Indicates the ID of the Ethernet port where the alarm is generated,
consisting of two bytes.

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Parameter Description

Parameters 3 and 4 Indicates the VLAN ID, consisting of two bytes.

Parameter 5 Indicates the level of the maintenance domain, consisting of one byte.

Parameters 6 to 9 Indicates the ID of the locate maintenance point, consisting of four bytes.

Parameters 10 to 14 Indicates the ID of the remote maintenance point, consisting of five bytes.

Impact on the System


When the EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm is generated, it indicates that a unidirectional
connectivity failure is detected on the link between the source and the sink maintenance points.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: A software or hardware failure occurs in the services from the source maintenance
point to the sink maintenance point.
l Cause 2: Service congestion or service interruption occurs between the source maintenance
point and the sink maintenance point.

Procedure
l Cause 1 and Cause 2: A software or hardware failure, service congestion or service
interruption occurs between the source maintenance point and the sink maintenance point.
1. View the EX_ETHOAM_CC_LOS alarm on the U2000 and confirm the ID of the
relevant maintenance point according to the alarm parameters.
2. Query the information about the maintenance point.
3. Perform loopback (LB) and looptracing (LT) for the source and sink maintenance
points, thus to locate the fault in the services between the source maintenance point
and the sink maintenance point.
4. Check the faulty services, including software, hardware, and traffic. After the services
restore, the alarm automatically clears. You may perform LB to confirm that the alarm
clears.
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Related Information
None

3.9 FC_LINK_ERR
Description
FC_LINK_ERR is an alarm indicating the FC service link failure. The alarm is generated when
the FC link is faulty.

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Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description

Parameter 1 Indicates WAN down/WAN up. 0x00 indicates WAN up; 0x01 indicates WAN
down.

Parameter 2 Indicates the FCBB network status.

When parameter 1 is 0x00, parameter 2 is a fixed value of 0xff;

When parameter 1 is 0x01, parameter 2 indicates the FCBB link status.

0x01 Indicates that the protocol parameter ISL mode is incorrect, and the traffic
control management mode at the transmit end mismatches that at the receive end.

0x02: Indicates that the LEM state machine is not successfully closed. The LEM
state machine can distinguish between Client and WAN.

0x03: Indicates that the GFPT_Link Init state is not completed.

0x04: Indicates that the ping/ping_Ack result and the configured Buffer water
line do not match.

0x11: Indicates that the online to offline protocol at the FC port fails to be
enabled.

0x12: Indicates that the link reset protocol at the FC port fails to be enabled.

0x13: Indicates that the link fail protocol at the FC port fails to be enabled.

0x14: Indicates that the link init protocol at the FC port fails to be enabled.

Impact on the System


The services might be interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The LOF, OOF or BDI alarm is generated on the client side or the WDM side.

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l Cause 2: The protocol parameter ISL mode is incorrect, and the traffic control management
mode at the transmit end mismatches that at the receive end.
l Cause 3: The fibers on the WDM side of the board are connected improperly.
l Cause 4: The type or the time sequence of the services on the board is configured
improperly.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The LOF, OOF or BDI alarm is generated on the client side or the WDM side.
1. Check whether the LOF, OOF or BDI alarm is generated or not on the client side or
the WDM side of the local station. If yes, clear the alarm according to the
corresponding alarm handling procedure.
l Cause 2: The protocol parameter ISL mode is incorrect, and the traffic control management
mode at the transmit end mismatches that at the receive end.
1. Check whether the alarm is caused by incorrect protocol parameter ISL mode, or the
mismatched traffic control management mode. If yes, check the configuration of the
switch in the network.
2. 47. Re-configure the ISL mode and the traffic control management mode, thus to make
the ISL mode and the traffic control management mode of the switch match those of
the board.
l Cause 3: The fibers on the WDM side of the board are connected improperly.
1. Check and ensure that the fibers on the WDM side of the board that reports the alarm
are connected properly.
l Cause 4: The type or the time sequence of the services on the board is configured
improperly.
1. If the alarm persists, check whether the rate of the board and the type and the time
sequence of the services on the board are configured correctly. If not, re-configure
them.

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Related Information
None

3.10 FC_SYNC_LOS
Description
The FC_SYNC_LOS alarm indicates the FC service synchronous word loss. The alarm is
generated when the clock is lost and synchronization fails.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

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Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The services might be interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The rate of the services receivable mismatches the rate of the services that are
actually received.
l Cause 2: The optical power at the transmit end of the board is abnormal.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The rate of the services receivable mismatches the rate of the services that are
actually received.
1. 50. Check whether the rate that is configured for the services ports on the board where
the alarm is generated matches the rate of the actually received services. If they do
not match, you need to change the type of the accessed services or the type of the
services configured on the board according to the networking planning, thus to ensure
that the rates of these services are consistent.
l Cause 2: The optical power at the transmit end of the board is abnormal.
1. 51. Check whether the output optical power at the transmit end of the board is within
the normal range. For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to
"Technical Specifications" of the Product Description . If the output optical power is
abnormal, see the handling procedures for the OUT_PWR_HIGH and
OUT_PWR_LOW to clear the alarm.

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Related Information
None

3.11 IN_PWR_HIGH
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Table 3-6 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.11.1 IN_PWR_HIGH(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.11.2 IN_PWR_HIGH(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.11.1 IN_PWR_HIGH(OCS)

Description
The IN_PWR_HIGH is an alarm of too high input optical power. This alarm is generated when
a board detects that the actual input power is higher than the upper threshold of the input power
reference value.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


After the IN_PWR_HIGH alarm is generated, the services at the optical interface may contain
bit errors. Too high input power also causes damages to the laser.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the IN_PWR_HIGH alarm are as follows:

l Cause of the threshold setting: The reference value or threshold of optical power is
improper.
l Cause of the external line: The attenuation value of the optical attenuator is improper.
l Cause of the board: The board at the opposite station is faulty. As a result, the transmitting
power of the opposite station is too high.
l Cause of the optical module: The type of the optical module is not correct.

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Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause of the threshold setting: The reference value or threshold of optical power is not
correct.
1. Check the type of the optical module on the board. You can obtain the manufacturer
information about the optical module on the board through Querying Optical Module
Information in the Supporting Task.
2. Check whether the threshold of the optical power is set properly. For the operations,
see Querying Optical Power on the U2000 in the Supporting Task. If the configured
threshold is improper, re-set the input upper threshold according to the overload
optical power of the board. For details on the optical power specifications of the board,
see "Technical Specifications" of the Product Description. Then, check whether the
alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the external line: The configured attenuation value of the optical attenuator is
improper.
1. On the U2000, check whether the receive optical power of the local end is within the
normal range. For details, see Querying Optical Power on the U2000 in the Supporting
Task. For details on optical power specification of the board, see "Technical
Specifications" of the Product Description. For details, see Querying Optical Power
on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
NOTE

Refer to Querying Optical Module Information in the Supporting Task, and you can obtain the
manufacturer information about the board optical module.
2. Check whether the attenuation value of the optical attenuator is correct if the receive
optical power is excessively high. If the attenuation value is not correct, change the
value according to the receive optical power specified for the board. For details, see
Adjusting, Replacing, Adding and Removing Attenuator in the Supporting Task.
Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the board: The transmit power of the opposite station is excessively high because
the opposite board is faulty.
1. Check whether the OUT_PWR_HIGH alarm exists at the opposite station.
2. If the alarm exists, it indicates that the optical power transmitted by the opposite station
is not standard. Replace the optical module on the board or the board at the opposite
station. For details, see Replacing the Pluggable Optical Module in the Parts
Replacement. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, replace the opposite board. For details, see Parts Replacement.
Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
4. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the optical module: The type of the optical module is not proper.
1. Check whether the type of the optical module on the board is proper according to the
transmission distance. For details on the mapping relationship between the optical
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Product Description. For details on the operation, see Querying Optical Module
Information in the Supporting Task.
2. If the type is not proper, replace the optical module or board with a proper optical
module or board. For details, see Replacing the Pluggable Optical Module in the Parts
Replacement. Otherwise, replace with the proper board. If the board supports
pluggable optical modules, replace the board with a proper board. For details, see
Parts Replacement.
3. If the alarm persists, see other causes.

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Related Information
None.

3.11.2 IN_PWR_HIGH(OTN)

Description
The IN_PWR_HIGH(OTN) indicates that the input optical power is excessively high. The alarm
is generated when the input optical power is higher than the upper threshold of the input optical
power.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the input optical power is excessively high, bit errors and LOF alarms may be generated
in the received signals, and the optical module on the board can be damaged. As a result, the
services are affected.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The input optical power is excessively
high, and the configured attenuation is insufficient.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the client side: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The output optical power of the board
in the upstream station is excessively high.

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l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The input optical power is
excessively high, and the configured attenuation is insufficient.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The output optical power of the
board in the upstream station is excessively high.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The board that reports the alarm
is faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The input optical power is excessively
high, and the configured attenuation is insufficient.
1. If the alarm is generated on the client side, query the input optical power of the board
that reports the alarm on the U2000 to check whether the input optical power is within
the normal range. For the optical power specifications of the specific board, see the
Product Description. If the input power is abnormal as shown on the U2000, use a
power meter to measure the input optical power of the board that reports the alarm to
check whether the input optical power is within the normal range. If the input optical
power is abnormal, increase the attenuation to a proper extent to make the input optical
power within the normal range.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the client side: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. If the input optical power of the board that reports the alarm is normal, the board may
be faulty. In this case, replace the board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of
the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The output optical power of the board
in the upstream station is excessively high.
1. If the board is generated on the WDM side, query the input optical power of the board
that reports the alarm on the U2000 to check whether the input optical power is within
the normal range. For the optical power specifications of the specific board, see the
Product Description. If the input optical power is abnormal, query the input and output
optical power of the boards in the upstream of the OTU in a reversed sequence of the
signal flow on the U2000. Locate the board with very low optical power, and then
adjust the input optical power of the board to a proper value.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.
1. If the input optical power of the board that reports the alarm is normal, the board may
be faulty. In this case, replace the board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of
the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The input optical power is
excessively high, and the configured attenuation is insufficient.
1. Test the input and output optical power of the board in the opposite station in the
reversed sequence of signal flow on the U2000. Locate the board with very high optical
power, and then adjust the input optical power of the board to a proper value.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The upstream board outputs very
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1. Test the input and output optical power of the board in the opposite station in the
reversed sequence of signal flow on the U2000.
2. If the optical power is excessively high, check the input and output optical power of
the upstream boards in turn to determine whether they are within a normal range. If
both the input and output optical power of the upstream boards is abnormal, adjust the
input optical power to a proper value. For the optical power specifications of the
specific board, see Product Description.
3. If the input optical power of the upstream board is within a normal range, whereas the
output optical power is abnormal, the upstream board may be faulty. Replace the
board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated in multiple wavelengths: The board that reports the alarm
is faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, query the input optical power of the board that reports the alarm
on the U2000 to check whether the input optical power is within a normal range. For
the optical power specifications of the specific board, see Product Description. If the
input optical power is abnormal as shown on the U2000, the board may be faulty.
Replace the board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting
Tasks.

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Related Information
The optical attenuator is marked with attenuation values in the unit of dB.

3.12 IN_PWR_LOW
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-7 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.12.1 IN_PWR_LOW(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.12.2 IN_PWR_LOW(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.12.1 IN_PWR_LOW(OCS)

Description
The IN_PWR_LOW alarm indicates excessively low input optical power. This alarm is
generated when a board detects that the actual input power is lower than the lower threshold of
the input power reference value.

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Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


After the IN_PWR_LOW alarm is generated, the services at the optical interface may contain
bit errors.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the IN_PWR_LOW alarm are as follows:

l Cause of the threshold setting: The reference value or threshold of the optical power is not
correct.
l Cause of the external line: The receive optical power is excessively low because the
performance of the fiber is degraded.
l Cause of the board: The transmit power of the opposite station is excessively low because
the opposite board is faulty.
l Cause of the optical module: The type of the optical module is not correct.

Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. Determine the number of the optical interface that
reports the alarm according to parameter 1. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms
and Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause of the threshold setting: The reference value or threshold of optical power is not
correct.
1. Check the type of the optical module on the board. You can obtain the manufacturer
information about the optical module on the board through Querying Optical Module
Information in the Supporting Task.
2. Check whether the threshold of the optical power is set properly. For the operations,
see Querying Optical Power on the U2000 in the Supporting Task. If the configured
threshold is not correct, re-set the input lower threshold according to the optical power
receiver sensitivity of the board. For details on the optical power specifications of the
board, see the "Technical Specifications" of the Product Description. Then, check
whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the external line: The receive optical power is excessively low because the
performance of the fiber is degraded.
1. On the U2000, check whether the receive optical power of the local station is within
the normal range. For details, see Querying Optical Power on the U2000 in the

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Supporting Task. For details on optical power specification of the board, see
"Technical Specifications" of the Product Description.
NOTE

Refer to Querying Optical Module Information in the Supporting Task, you can obtain the
manufacturer information about the board optical module.
2. Check whether the attenuation value of the optical attenuator is correct if the receive
optical power is excessively low. If the attenuation value is not correct, change the
value according to the receive optical power specified for the board. Then, check
whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see Inspecting and Cleaning the Fiber-Optic Connectors in the
Supporting Task to check whether the connectors are dirty. Clean the optical
connectors if they are dirty. For the operations, see the Supporting Task.
– Cleaning Optical Fiber Connectors Using Cartridge Cleaners
– Cleaning Optical Fiber Connectors Using Lens Tissue
– Cleaning Optical Adapters Using Optical Cleaning Sticks
4. If the alarm persists, check whether the fiber is damaged or oppressed. If yes, replace
the fiber. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
5. If the alarm persists, add a proper optical amplifier to increase the receive optical
power at the local station according to the receive optical power specified for the board.
Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
6. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the board: The transmit power of the opposite station is excessively low because
the opposite board is faulty.
1. Check whether the OUT_PWR_LOW alarm exists at the opposite station.
2. If the alarm exists, it indicates that the optical power transmitted by the opposite station
is not standard. Replace the optical module on the board or the board at the opposite
station. For details, see Replacing the Pluggable Optical Module in the Parts
Replacement. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, replace the opposite board. For details, see Parts Replacement.
Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
4. If the alarm persists, see other causes.
l Cause of the optical module: The type of the optical module is not proper.
1. Check whether the type of the optical module on the board is proper according to the
transmission distance. For details on the mapping relationship between the optical
module type and the transmission distance, see "Technical Specifications" of the
Product Description. For details on the operation, see Querying Optical Module
Information in the Supporting Task.
2. 88. If the type is improper, replace the optical module or board with a proper optical
module or board. If the board supports pluggable optical modules, replace the
pluggable optical module. For details, see Replacing the Pluggable Optical Module
in the Parts Replacement. Otherwise, replace the board with a proper board. For
details, see Parts Replacement.
3. If the alarm persists, see other causes.

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Related Information
None.

3.12.2 IN_PWR_LOW(OTN)

Description
The IN_PWR_LOW(OTN) alarm indicates that input optical power is excessively low. The
alarm is generated when the input optical power is lower than the lower threshold of the input
optical power.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


If the input optical power is excessively low, bit errors may be generated in the received signals,
which affect the normal receiving of the services.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The fiber connector is dirty, and the fiber
jumper is excessively bent, damaged or aged.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the client side: The attenuation of the attenuator attached
to the optical interface on the board that reports the alarm is excessively high.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the client side: The channel use status of the board that
reports the alarm is incorrect.
l Cause 4 for the alarm generated on the client side: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The fiber connector is dirty, and the
fiber jumper is over-bent, damaged or aged.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation of the attenuator
attached to the optical interface on the board that reports the alarm is excessively high.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation attached to the transmit
optical interface on the board at the opposite station is excessively high, or the transmit
optical module is faulty.
l Cause 4 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation in the transmission of
the optical signals is excessively high and the compensation is insufficient.

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l Cause 5 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: The fiber connector is dirty, and the fiber
jumper is over-bent, damaged or aged.
1. Use an optical power meter to measure the input optical power of the local board, thus
to determine whether the input optical power is within the normal range. For the optical
power specifications of the specific board, see the Product Description.
2. If the detected power is low, check the fiber connection. If the fiber connector is dirty,
clean or replace the fiber connector. For details, see the Supporting Tasks.
3. If the alarm persists, check the fiber jumper. If the fiber jumper is excessively bent,
damaged or aged, adjust the fiber jumper or replace the fiber jumper.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the client side: The attenuation of the attenuator attached
to the optical interface on the board that reports the alarm is excessively high.
1. If the alarm persists, check whether the attenuation of the attenuator attached to the
receive optical interface is excessively high. If the attenuation is excessively high,
decrease the attenuation value of the attenuator to a proper value or replace it with a
suitable attenuator.
2. If the alarm persists, replace the board that reports the alarm. For details, refer to
"Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the client side: The channel use status of the board that
reports the alarm is incorrect.
1. Check whether the channel use status on the U2000 is the same as that of the actual
channel use status setting of the board. If not, resetting the channel use status.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The fiber connector is dirty, and the
fiber jumper is over-bent, damaged or aged.
1. Use an optical power meter to measure the input optical power of the local board to
determine whether the input optical power is within the normal range. For the optical
power specifications of the specific board, see the Product Description.
2. If the detected power is excessively low, check the fiber connection. If the fiber
connector is dirty, clean or replace the fiber connector. For details, see the Supporting
Tasks.
3. If the alarm persists, check the fiber jumper. If the fiber jumper is excessively bent,
damaged or aged, adjust the fiber jumper or replace the fiber jumper.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation of the attenuator
attached to the optical interface on the board that reports the alarm is excessively high.
1. If the alarm persists, check whether the attenuation of the attenuator attached to the
receive optical interface is excessively high. If the attenuation is excessively high,
decrease the attenuation value of the attenuator to a proper value or replace it with a
suitable attenuator.
l Cause 3 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation attached to the transmit
optical interface on the board at the opposite station is excessively high, or the transmit
optical module is faulty.

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1. Check the board at the opposite station. If the laser on the board is shut down, of the
attenuation of the attenuator attached to the transmit optical interface on the board is
excessively high, open the laser or decrease the attenuation value of the attenuator to
a proper value, or replace the attenuator with a suitable attenuator to ensure that the
output optical power of the board is within the normal range.
2. If the alarm persists, query the performance value and alarms related to the output
optical power of the board at the opposite station. If the performance value shown in
the query result does not meet the specification requirement, for example, the TF alarm
is generated, it indicates that the optical module is faulty. Replace the board at the
opposite station. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 4 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The attenuation in the transmission of
the optical signals is excessively high and the compensation is insufficient. Cause 5 for the
alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. Query the input and output optical power of the boards in the upstream of the OTU at
the local station in the reversed sequence of signal flow on the U2000. Locate the
board with the very low optical power, and then adjust the input optical power of the
board to a proper value.
2. Check the input and output optical power of the upstream stations one by one in the
reversed sequence of signal flow on the U2000 and locate the faulty section where the
optical power is excessively low.
3. If the output optical power of the upstream station is normal, check the cables, fiber
jumpers, fiber connectors, and attenuators. If the attenuation of the cables is higher
than the attenuation in the engineering design, adjust the attenuator, rectify or change
the cables. If the fiber jumper, fiber connector or the attenuator is dirty, clean or replace
the fiber jumper, fiber connector or attenuator. For details, see the Supporting Tasks;
4. If the output optical power of the upstream station is abnormal, handle the faults at
the upstream station so that the output optical power is normal.
5. If the alarm persists, the board that reports the alarm may be faulty. Replace the board.
For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l If the alarm is generated in multiple wavelengths, the alarm handling method is similar to
the handling method for the alarm generated on the WDM side.

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Related Information
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3.13 INTRA_OTU_PS
Description
The INTRA_OTU_PS alarm indicates the intra-board 1+1 protection switching. This alarm
occurs when the intra-board 1+1 protection group actuates switching in which the current
channel switches to the protection channel from the working channel.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side

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Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the intra-board 1+1 protection group actuates switching, services are transiently
interrupted. When this alarm is reported, the working channel of the intra-board 1+1 protection
group might have faulty services that needs to be restored.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching. Such a command makes the current channel of the intra-board 1+1 protection
group switch to the protection channel from the working channel. Hence, the alarm is
reported.
l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the intra-board 1+1 protection group are
faulty. The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm
is reported.

Procedure
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching.
1. On the U2000, query the switching state of the protection group. If the switching state
is forced switching or manual switching, check whether the external switching
operation is necessary.
2. If the external switching operation is necessary, ignore the alarm.
3. If the external switching operation is unnecessary, issue an external command to
switch the current channel to the working channel, thus clearing the alarm.
l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the intra-board 1+1 protection group are
faulty. The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm
is reported.
1. Query whether the related boards for configuring the protection group have alarms
relevant to the services, such as R_LOF, R_LOS, POWER_DIFF_OVER, R_LOC,
OTUk_LOF, OTUk_LOM, OTUk_AIS, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI,
ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_LOFLOM, B1_EXC, IN_PWR_HIGH,
IN_PWR_LOW, ODUk_PM_DEG, ODUk_PM_EXC, OTUk_DEG,
OTUk_EXC. If yes, handle the alarms by referring to the corresponding alarm
handling procedures.
2. If the alarm persists, check whether the attribute of the protection group is
Revertive. If yes, the current channel automatically switches to the working channel

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and the alarm clears. If the attribute is Non-Revertive, set it to Revertive and the
alarm clears.

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Related Information
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3.14 LASER_MODULE_MISMATCH
Description
The LASER_MODULE_MISMATCH alarm indicates the optical module mismatch. This alarm
is generated when the type of the optical module mismatches the type of the board.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Equipment alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The LASER_MODULE_MISMATCH alarm results in that services cannot be normally
received or transmitted. It can even cause service interruption.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The rate of the corresponding logical optical interface is inconsistent with the
actual rate of the physical optical module on the board.
l Cause 2: The type of the logical optical interface is inconsistent with the type of the physical
optical module on the board.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The rate of the corresponding logical optical interface is inconsistent with the
actual rate of the physical optical module on the board.
1. Check whether the rate of the logical optical interface is consistent with the rate of the
corresponding physical optical interface on the board or not. If not, re-configure the
logical rate.
l Cause 2: The type of the logical optical interface is inconsistent with the type of the physical
optical module on the board.

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1. Check whether the optical module type of the board is correct. If yes, re-configure the
type of the corresponding logical optical interface.
2. If no, replace the optical module on the board with another one of the right type.

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Related Information
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3.15 LINK_ERR
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-8 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.15.1 LINK_ERR(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.15.2 LINK_ERR(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.15.1 LINK_ERR(OCS)

Description
The LINK_ERR alarm indicates incorrect data link. This alarm is generated when the Ethernet
connection is incorrect and the port negotiation fails.

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the LINK_ERR alarm is generated during the data transmission, the network port
negotiation fails. The data cannot be received and the services are interrupted.

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Possible Causes
The possible causes of the LINK_ERR alarm are as follows:

l The working modes of optical interfaces at the transmit and receive ends are inconsistent.
Hence, the negotiation fails.
l The link is faulty.
l The electrical cable, fiber connection, or opposite equipment is faulty.

Procedure
Step 1 View the LINK_ERR alarm on the U2000 to confirm the relevant board. Confirm the specific
port ID of the board.

Step 2 Check whether the working mode of the local port is consistent with that of the port at the
opposite station. If not, change it and then check whether the LINK_ERR alarm is cleared.

Step 3 If the alarm persists, check whether the electrical cable or fiber connection is faulty. If yes, fix
the electrical cable or fiber connection, and then check whether the alarm is cleared.

Step 4 If the alarm persists, check whether the opposite equipment is faulty. If yes, replace the board
at the opposite station, and then check whether the alarm is cleared.

Step 5 If the alarm persists, replace the board that generates the alarm. After you make sure that the
working modes of the ports at the local and opposite stations are consistent, the LINK_ERR
alarm is automatically cleared.

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Related Information
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3.15.2 LINK_ERR(OTN)

Description
The LINK_ERR(OTN) alarm indicates the link error. The alarm is generated when the link of
the Ethernet data port is down.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
None

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Impact on the System


When the link of the Ethernet ports is down, a valid link cannot be created between the two data
ports and the data services are interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The service type of the client equipment mismatches the service type of the
interconnected OTU.
l Cause 2: The settings of the auto-negotiation mode of the two interconnected Ethernet ports
are inconsistent. For example, one port is in the auto-negotiation mode but the other is non-
negotiation.
l Cause 3: The input optical power of the two interconnected Ethernet ports is excessively
high or very low.
l Cause 4: The optical interface types (and the fiber types) of the two interconnected Ethernet
ports are inconsistent.
l Cause 5: The fiber or cable that is used to connect the two Ethernet ports fails.
l Cause 6: The data equipment on the client side is faulty.
l Cause 7: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1: The service type of the client equipment mismatches the service type of the
interconnected OTU.
1. Check whether the service type of the OTU at the local station matches the type of
the services transmitted from the client data equipment. If not, replace the OTU with
an OTU of a proper service type. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the
Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 2: The settings of the auto-negotiation mode of the two connected Ethernet ports are
inconsistent.
1. Check whether the auto-negotiation mode of the optical interface on the board that
reports the alarm is consistent with that of the client data equipment. If they are
inconsistent, modify the setting to ensure the consistency.
l Cause 3: The input optical power of the two interconnected Ethernet ports is excessively
high or very low.
1. Check whether the input optical power of the Ethernet port on the two ports that are
interconnected is within the normal range. For the optical power specifications of the
specific board, see the Product Description.
2. If the input optical power is abnormal, see the handling procedures for the
IN_PWR_HIGH or IN_PWR_LOW alarm.
l Cause 4: The optical module types of the two interconnected Ethernet boards are
inconsistent. Hence, the types of fibers that the two optical modules support are different.
1. Check whether the types of fibers that the two optical modules support are consistent.
If they are inconsistent, replace either board to make the type of the two optical
modules match the fiber type.

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l Cause 5: The fiber or cable that is used to connect the two Ethernet ports fails.
1. Check whether the fiber or cable that is used to connect the two Ethernet ports are
properly connected. If they are not properly connected, reconnect or replace the fiber
or cable.
l Cause 6: The data equipment on the client side is faulty.
1. Check whether the data equipment on the client side is faulty. If the equipment is
faulty, troubleshoot the fault of the data equipment on the client side.
l Cause 7: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, perform a cold reset on the faulty board through the U2000.
2. If the alarm persists, the board that reports the alarm may be faulty. Replace the board.
For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.

----End

Related Information
None.

3.16 LOOP_ALM
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-9 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.16.1 LOOP_ALM(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.16.2 LOOP_ALM(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.16.1 LOOP_ALM(OCS)

Description
The LOOP_ALM alarm indicates a loopback. Loopback is classified into optical interface
loopback and VC-4 channel loopback. This alarm is generated when service loopback is set.

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Equipment alarm

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Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Name Meaning

Parameter 1 Indicates the status of loopback.

The values are as follows:

l 0x00: Non-Loopback.
l 0x01: Inloop.
l 0x02: Outloop.

Impact on the System


When the LOOP_ALM alarm is generated, it indicates that the system loopback is performed.
In this case, if services are running on the optical interface or channel, the services are interrupted.

Possible Causes
The possible cause of the LOOP_ALM alarm is as follows:

The board loopback is manually configured.

Procedure
Step 1 After you manually cancel the loopback configuration, the LOOP_ALM alarm is automatically
cleared.

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Related Information
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3.16.2 LOOP_ALM(OTN)

Description
The LOOP_ALM(OTN) alarm indicates a loopback. The alarm is generated when the optical
interface of the board is in the loopback status.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

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Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Equipment alarm

Parameters
When you view an alarm on the network management system, select the alarm. In the Alarm
Details field display the related parameters of the alarm. The alarm parameters are in the
following format: Alarm Parameters (hex): parameter1 parameter2...parameterN. For details
about each parameter, refer to the following table.

Parameter Description

Parameters 1 and 2 Indicate the optical interface where the alarm is generated. For example,
0x00 0x01 indicates optical interface 1.

Parameter 3 Indicates the loopback type:


l 0x00: Inloop.
l 0x01: Outloop.

Impact on the System


Services are interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The loopback command is issued during testing or maintenance.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1: The loopback command is issued during testing or maintenance.
1. Check whether the loopback is set on the optical interface during testing or
maintenance. After the test or maintenance is complete, release the loopback
configured for the specific optical interface.

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3.17 LPT_ACTIVE
Description
The LPT_ACTIVE alarm indicates that the LPT switching is active. The data equipment has
protection scheme itself. Hence, the protection provided by the WDM equipment is not needed.
However, the WDM equipment is needed for informing the data equipment about the faults on
the transmission layer. In this way, the switching would be triggered for the data equipment.
The alarm is generated when switching is triggered.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: Client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the alarm is generated, the services would be interrupted if no protection route exists. If
there is an alternative route, the services would automatically search the protection route for
automatic restoration. And a prompt would be generated to remind user to remove the fault.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The input signals on the client side are missing or the link generates the
LINK_ERR alarm.
l Cause 2: When the WDM equipment accesses the data services and the OTN frames are
transmitted on the line side, the alarm may be triggered by the R_LOS, OTUk_AIS,
OTUk_LOF, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI, ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_TCMn_AIS,
ODUk_TCMn_OCI or ODUk_TCMn_LCK alarm on the line side.
l Cause 3: When the WDM equipment accesses the data services and the SDH frames are
transmitted on the line side, the alarm may be triggered by the R_LOS or R_LOF alarm on
the line side.
l Cause 4: For the model that the line unit and the tributary unit are separated, if the cross-
connection configuration does not exist, the alarm would be generated.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.

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l Check whether the service type accessed by the WDM equipment and the frame format
transmitted on the line side is consistent with that of the service configuration model by
using the U2000. If they are inconsistent, configure them to ensure the consistency.
l Cause 1: The input signals on the client side are missing or the link generates the
LINK_ERR alarm.
1. Check whether the R_LOS or the LINK_ERR alarm is generated on the client side.
If yes, clear the R_LOS or LINK_ERR alarm on the client side.
l Cause 2: When the WDM equipment accesses the data services and the OTN frames are
transmitted on the line side, the alarm may be triggered by the R_LOS, OTUk_AIS,
OTUk_LOF, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI, ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_TCMn_AIS,
ODUk_TCMn_OCI or ODUk_TCMn_LCK alarm on the line side.
1. If the frames on the line side are transmitted in the OTN format, query whether there
are R_LOS, OTUk_AIS, OTUk_LOF, ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_OCI,
ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_TCMn_AIS, ODUk_TCMn_OCI or
ODUk_TCMn_LCK alarm. If yes, clear the alarm.
l Cause 3: When the WDM equipment accesses the data services and the SDH frames are
transmitted on the line side, the alarm may be triggered by the R_LOS or R_LOF alarm on
the line side.
1. If the frames on the line side are transmitted in the SDH format, query whether the
R_LOS or R_LOF alarm is generated on the NM. If yes, clear the alarm.
l Cause 4: For the model where the line unit and the tributary unit are separated, if the cross-
connection configuration does not exist, the alarm would be generated.
1. Check the trails of the cross-connect services according to the board that generates
the alarm. For the model where the line unit and the tributary unit are separated, query
whether the cross-connection is configured through the U2000. If not, configure the
cross-connection.

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3.18 LSR_WILL_DIE
Description
The LSR_WILL_DIE alarm indicates that the laser will be out of work.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Equipment alarm

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Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The laser is seriously aged, and thus the quality of the output optical signals and the received
signals is decreased (for example, the optical power is lower or not stable). The impact depends
on the aging level of the laser.

Possible Causes
Cause 1: The laser is aged. The service life of the laser would be terminated.

Cause 2: The detection circuit of the board is faulty.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The laser is aged. The service life of the laser would be terminated.
1. If the board uses pluggable optical modules, replace the specific pluggable optical
module. For details, refer to "Replacing Pluggable Optical Modules" of the Parts
Replacement.
2. If the faulty board dose not support pluggable optical modules, replace the board. For
details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.
l Cause 2: The detection circuit of the board is faulty.
1. Replace the board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting
Tasks.

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Related Information
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3.19 MS_AIS
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-10 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.19.1 MS_AIS(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.19.2 MS_AIS(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

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3.19.1 MS_AIS(OCS)

Description
The MS_AIS is an indication alarm in the multiplex section. When the last three bits of the K2
byte are 111 in five frames consecutively received on the receive side of the local optical
interface, the MS_AIS alarm is reported. This alarm shows that the signals in the multiplex
section corresponding to the optical interface that reports the alarm are useless.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


l When the MS_AIS alarm is generated, the services are interrupted.
l After the MS_AIS alarm is generated, the board automatically returns the MS_RDI alarm
to the opposite station. Consequently, the opposite station reports the MS_RDI alarm.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the MS_AIS alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1: The receive board at the local station is faulty.


l Cause 2: The working and protection cross-connect boards at the opposite station are not
in position or are faulty.
l Cause 3: The transmit board at the opposite station is faulty.

Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. Determine the ID of the interface that reports the alarm
according to alarm parameter 1. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause 1: The receive board at the local station is faulty.
1. Perform a cold reset on the receive board at the local station. For the operations that
are performed on the U2000, see Performing a Cold Reset of a Board in the Supporting
Task. For the operations of reseating a board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting
Boards" in the Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.

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NOTICE
If the services that pass the board are not configured with protection, the services are
interrupted after you perform a cold reset on the board.

2. If the alarm persists, replace the board that reports the alarm. For details, see Parts
Replacement. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see cause 2.
l Cause 2: The working and protection cross-connect boards at the opposite station are not
in position or are faulty.
1. Check the board alarm indicator to see whether the status of the cross-connect board
status is cold reset or warm reset. Wait for 5 minutes, and then check whether the
alarm is cleared. For the description of the alarm indicators on the board, see Board
Indicators in the Hardware Description.
2. If the alarm persists, check whether the working and protection cross-connect boards
at the opposite station are loose. If yes, tighten the working and protection cross-
connect boards. For details, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the
Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, replace the cross-connect board. For details, see "Removing
Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether
the alarm is cleared.
4. If the alarm persists, see cause 3.
l Cause 3: The transmit board at the opposite station is faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, replace the opposite board. For details, see Parts Replacement.

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Related Information
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3.19.2 MS_AIS(OTN)

Description
The MS_AIS(OTN) is an indication alarm in the multiplex section. The alarm is generated when
the opposite station transmits the MS_AIS signals or the receive side of the local station is faulty.

Reported from the WDM or client side: WDM side, client side.

l WDM side: In this case, the type of the service received on the WDM side is SDH.
l client side: In this case, the type of the service accessed on the client side is SDH.

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Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


l If the alarm is reported from the WDM side, the services are interrupted.
l If the alarm is reported from the client side, the services are faulty.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: For the OTU board of which the client
side supports the SDH services, and the input signals from the client side contain MS_AIS
signals, as shown in the following figure.

Detects and reports the Detects and reports the


MS_AIS alarm MS_AIS alarm

The client signals contain


the MS_AIS signal

Client O WDM O Client


WDM
side T side T side
side
U U

Station A Station B

l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The input signals from the client
equipment at the opposite station contain MS_AIS signals, which are transmitted to the
downstream station. At the same time, the MS_AIS alarm is detected on the WDM side of
the OTU at the local station and it is reported to the U2000. See the preceding figure.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: In the case of the OTU board of which
the client side supports the SDH services, the input signals from the client side contain the
MS_AIS signal.
1. When the MS_AIS alarm is reported from the client side, remove the fault of the
equipment on the client side.

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l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The input signals from the client side
of the OTU at the opposite station contain MS_AIS signals.
1. Check whether the MS_AIS alarm is generated on the client side of the OTU at the
opposite station on the U2000. If yes, clear the MS_AIS alarm according to the
handling method for the alarm generated on the client side of the OTU.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.
1. If the alarm persists and the MS_AIS alarm is not inserted at the opposite station, the
board that reports the alarm is faulty. Replace the board. For details, refer to "Replacing
a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.

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Related Information
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3.20 MS_RDI
Refer to the alarm page according to the type of the board that reports the alarm.

Table 3-11 Alarm page link

Board Type Alarm page link

SF64, SF64A, SFD64, SL64, SLD64, 3.20.1 MS_RDI(OCS)


SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41, SLO16, or EGSH

Boards other than the SF64, SF64A, SFD64, 3.20.2 MS_RDI(OTN)


SL64, SLD64, SLQ16, SLQ64, SLH41,
SLO16, or EGSH

3.20.1 MS_RDI(OCS)

Description
The MS_RDI is a remote defect indication in the multiplex section. When the last three bits of
the K2 byte are 110 in five frames consecutively received on the receive side of the local optical
station, the MS_RDI alarm is reported. When receiving the R_LOS and MS_AIS alarms, the
opposite station returns the alarm to the local station.

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Communication alarm

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Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the MS_RDI alarm is generated, the local station is not affected. This alarm just shows
that the services at the opposite station are interrupted.

Possible Causes
The possible causes of the MS_RDI alarm are as follows:

l Cause 1: The opposite station receives the R_LOS and MS_AIS alarms.
l Cause 2: The transmit board at the local station is faulty.
l Cause 3: The receive board at the opposite station is faulty.

Procedure
l Query current alarms on the U2000. For details, see Querying the Current Alarms and
Performance Events of a NE on the U2000 in the Supporting Task.
l Cause 1: The opposite station receives the R_LOS and MS_AIS alarms.
1. On the U2000, check whether the service interruptions or bit error alarms, such as
R_LOS, R_LOF, MS_AIS, B2_EXC, and B2_SD exist at the opposite station. If
yes, clear these alarms first.
2. Then, check whether the MS_RDI alarm is cleared. If the alarm persists, see cause 2.
l Cause 2: The transmit board at the local station is faulty.
1. Perform a cold reset on the transmit board at the local station. For the operations on
the U2000, see Performing a Cold Reset of a Board in the Supporting Task. For the
operations of reseating a board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards" in the
Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.

NOTICE
If the services that pass the board are not configured with protection, the services are
interrupted after you perform a cold reset on the board.

2. If the alarm persists, replace the transmit board at the local station. For details, see
Parts Replacement. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.
3. If the alarm persists, see cause 3.
l Cause 3: The receive board at the opposite station is faulty.
1. Perform a cold reset on the receive board at the opposite station. For the operations
on the U2000, see Performing a Cold Reset of a Board in the Supporting Task. For
the operations of reseating a board, see "Removing Boards" and "Inserting Boards"
in the Quick Installation Guide. Then, check whether the alarm is cleared.

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NOTICE
If the services that pass the board are not configured with protection, the services are
interrupted after you perform a cold reset on the board.

2. If the alarm persists, replace the receive board at the opposite station. For details, see
Parts Replacement.
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3.20.2 MS_RDI(OTN)
Description
The MS_RDI(OTN) is a remote defect indication alarm in the multiplex section. The alarm is
generated at the local station if the opposite station back transmits the information through
overhead when the WDM-side receive part of the opposite station is faulty (for example, the
R_LOS, R_LOF or MS_AIS alarm is generated).
Reported from the WDM or client side: WDM side, client side
l WDM side: In this case, the type of the service received on the WDM side is SDH.
l Client side: In this case, the type of the service accessed on the client side is SDH.

Attribute
Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Minor Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


l If the alarm is reported from the WDM side, the services may be interrupted.
l If the alarm is reported from the client side, the client-side services are faulty.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: For the OTU board whose client side
supports the SDH services, the input signals from the client side contain the MS_RDI signal.
As shown in the following figure, the input signals from the client side of the OTU board
in local station A contain the MS_RDI signals. The OTU of station A reports the MS_RDI
alarm on the client side after it detects the MS_RDI signals.

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Detects and reports the


MS_RDI alarm

The client signals contain


the MS_RDI signal

Client O WDM O
WDM Client
side T side T
side side
U U

Station A Station B

l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The receive part on the WDM side of
the opposite station detects the signal failure (for example, the R_LOS, R_LOF or MS_AIS
alarm is generated.). As shown in the following figure, the WDM side of the OTU board
in station B (the opposite station) sends the MS_RDI signals back to station A (the local
station) after it detects and reports the R_LOS, R_LOF or MS_AIS alarm. The WDM side
of the OTU board in station A reports the MS_RDI alarm after it detects the MS_RDI
signals.
Detects and reports the R_LOS,
R_LOF, MS_AIS alarm

Client O WDM O
WDM Client
side T side T
side side
U U

Station A Station B
Detects and reports the Sends the MS_RDI
MS_RDI alarm signal back

l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: In the case of the OTU board of which
the client side supports the SDH service, the input signals from the client side contain the
MS_RDI signal.
1. When the MS_RDI alarm is reported from the client side, remove the fault of the
equipment connected to the client side of the OTU board first.
l Cause 1 for the alarm generate on the WDM side: The receiver on the WDM side of the
opposite station detects a signal failure (for example, the R_LOS, R_LOF or MS_AIS alarm
is generated).

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1. 151. Query the alarm of the board at the opposite station by using the U2000. If the
R_LOS, R_LOF or MS_AIS alarm exists, see the handling procedure of the R_LOS,
R_LOF or MS_AIS alarm for troubleshooting.
l Cause 2 for the alarm generated on the WDM side: The board that reports the alarm is
faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, the board at the local station is faulty. Consider whether to replace
the faulty board or not according to the actual situation (whether affects the services).
For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.

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3.21 MUT_LOS
Description
Loss of multiplexed signals alarm. The alarm is generated when the input multiplexed signals
of the board is lost.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The services that travel through the optical interface that generates this alarm are interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: Fibers connected to certain optical interfaces at the receive end of the board that
reports the alarm are not connected, incorrectly connected, or damaged.
l Cause 2: The attenuation of signals in line transmission is excessively high.
l Cause 3: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.

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Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm
is generated.
l Cause 1: Fibers connected to certain optical interfaces at the receive end of the board that
reports the alarm are not connected, incorrectly connected, or damaged.
1. Check whether there are fibers connected to certain optical interfaces at the receive
end of the board that reports the alarm are not connected, incorrectly connected, or
damaged. If yes, connect the input optical fibers to the specific optical interface, or
replace the damaged fiber.
l Cause 2: The attenuation of signals in line transmission is excessively high.
1. Use an optical power meter to measure the actual receive optical power of the board
that reports the alarm. Check whether the receive optical power is within the normal
range. For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical
Specifications" of the Product Description .
2. If the receive optical power is excessively low, see the handling procedure of the
SUM_INPWR_LOW alarm for troubleshooting.
l Cause 3: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, the board that reports the alarm may be faulty. Replace the board.
For details, refer to "Replacing a Board" of the Supporting Tasks.

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3.22 OA_LOW_GAIN
Description
The OA_LOW_GAIN alarm indicates low optical amplifier signal gain. The alarm is generated
when the actual gain of the optical amplifier board is 3 dB lower than the standard gain.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: NA

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical Service alarm

Parameters
None

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Impact on the System


The alarm caused by different factors has different influences on the system:
l If the alarm is generated because the input optical power is excessively high, the redundancy
of the system decreases, which influences the succeeding capacity expansion.
l If the alarm is caused by other factors (for the OAU board, including the excessive insertion
loss caused by the TDC/RDC), the input optical power of the downstream signals and the
redundancy of the system decrease. The services would have bit errors or even be
interrupted.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: The input optical power of the board is excessively high.
l Cause 2: For the OAU board, the alarm might be generated because the insertion loss
between the TDC and RDC optical interfaces is excessively high.
l Cause 3: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.

Procedure
l Cause 1: The input optical power of the board is excessively high.
1. Check whether the receive optical power of the board is within the normal range on
the U2000. For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to
"Technical Specifications" of the Product Description .
2. If the input optical power is not within the normal range, adjust the optical attenuator
attached to the input optical interface so that the input optical power meets the
specification requirement.
3. If no optical attenuator is attached to the input optical interface, add an optical
attenuator to ensure that the input optical power meet the specification requirement.
l Cause 2: The insertion loss between the TDC and RDC optical interfaces is excessively
high. (in the case of the OAU board)
1. On the U2000 query the optical power at the TDC and RDC optical interfaces on the
OAU, and then calculate the insertion loss between the TDC and RDC optical
interfaces.
NOTE

Insertion loss = Optical power at the TDC optical interface - Optical power at the RDC optical
interface. On the U2000, the difference between the optical power at optical interface 3 and
the optical power at optical interface 5 represents the insertion loss.
2. If the insertion loss is excessively high, clean the fiber jumper and fiber connector
between the TDC and RDC optical interfaces. For the insertion loss specification, see
For the optical power specification of the specific board, refer to "Technical
Specifications" of the Product Description .
3. If the alarm persists, replace the DCM module between the TDC and RDC optical
interfaces.
l Cause 3: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
1. If the alarm persists, replace the faulty board. For details, refer to "Replacing a Board"
of the Supporting Tasks.
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3.23 ODU_SNCP_PS
Description
ODUk SNCP protection switching. This alarm is generated on the board of working channel
when an ODU SNCP protection group actuates switching in which the current channel switches
to the protection channel from the working channel.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


When the ODU SNCP protection group actuates switching, services are transiently interrupted.
When this alarm is reported, the working channel of the ODU SNCP protection group might
have faulty services that needs to be restored.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching. Such a command makes the current channel of the ODU SNCP protection group
switch to the protection channel from the working channel. Hence, the alarm is reported.
l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the ODU SNCP protection group are faulty.
The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm is
reported.

Procedure
l Cause 1: A user issues an external switching command such as forced switching or manual
switching.
1. On the U2000, query the switching state of the protection group. If the switching state
is forced switching or manual switching, check whether the external switching
operation is necessary.
2. If the external switching operation is necessary, ignore the alarm.
3. If the external switching operation is unnecessary, issue an external command to
switch the current channel to the working channel, thus clearing the alarm.

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l Cause 2: The services of the working channel of the ODU SNCP protection group are faulty.
The current channel automatically switches to the working channel and the alarm is
reported.
1. Query whether the related boards for configuring the protection group have alarms
relevant to the services, such as R_LOF, R_LOS, R_LOC, HARD_BAD,
OTUk_LOF, OTUk_LOM, OTUk_AIS, OTUk_TIM, ODUk_LOFLOM,
ODUk_PM_AIS, ODUk_PM_LCK, ODUk_PM_OCI, ODUk_PM_TIM,
ODUk_TCMn_AIS, ODUk_TCMn_LCK, ODUk_TCMn_OCI,
ODUk_TCMn_LTC, ODUk_TCMn_TIM, OTUk_DEG, OTUk_EXC,
ODUk_PM_DEG, ODUk_PM_EXC, ODUk_TCMn_DEG,
ODUk_TCMn_EXC. If yes, handle the alarms by referring to the corresponding
alarm handling procedures.
2. If the alarm persists, check whether the attribute of the protection group is
Revertive. If yes, the current channel automatically switches to the working channel
and the alarm clears. If the attribute is Non-Revertive, set it to Revertive and the
alarm clears.

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3.24 ODUk_PM_AIS
Description
The ODUk_PM_AIS is the ODUk PM alarm indication signal. An AIS signal travels
downstream, which indicates that a signal failure is detected in the upstream.

k indicates the level of rate and its value is 0,1, 2, or 3.

Reported from the WDM side or client side: WDM side, client side

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Major Communication alarm

Parameters
None

Impact on the System


The services borne on the optical interface would be unavailable.

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Fault Symptom
Table 3-12 lists the fault symptoms for the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm.

Table 3-12 Fault symptoms for the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm

Fault Symptom Cause

The client side of the corresponding OTU Cause 1 for this alarm generated on the WDM
board at the opposite station reports an side: The client side of the corresponding
ODUk_PM_AIS, R_LOS, OTUk_LOF, OTU board at the opposite station reports an
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm. ODUk_PM_AIS, R_LOS, OTUk_LOF,
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm and then
inserts an AIS signal to the local station.

The WDM side of the OTU board at the local Cause 2 for this alarm generated on the WDM
station reports an R_LOS, OTUk_LOF, side: The WDM side of the OTU board at the
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm. local station reports an R_LOS, OTUk_LOF,
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm, and thus
the board at the local station also reports an
ODUk_PM_AIS alarm.

NOTE

If the fault has no symptom, or if the fault symptom is different from the one described in this topic, handle
the fault according to "Handling Procedure" provided in this topic.

Possible Causes
l Cause 1 for the alarm generated on the client side: Signals input from the client side contain
ODUk_PM_AIS signals.

See the following figure.

The input signals on the client side of the OTU at station A contain ODUk_PM_AIS signals.
The OTU at station A reports an ODUk_PM_AIS alarm on the client side after detecting
the ODUk_PM_AIS signals.

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Detects and reports


the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm

The client
signals contain
the ODUk_PM_AIS
signal O O
Client T WDM WDM T Client
side U side side U side

Station A Station B

l Cause 2 for this alarm generated on the client side: The board that reports the alarm is faulty.
l Cause 1 for this alarm generated on the WDM side: The client side of the corresponding
board at the opposite station reports an ODUk_PM_AIS, R_LOS, OTUk_LOF,
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm, and then inserts an AIS signal to the local station.
See the following figure.
The client side of the OTU at station A automatically inserts an ODUk_PM_AIS signal
into the WDM-side signals after detecting an ODUk_PM_AIS, R_LOS, OTUk_LOF,
OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm. The WDM side of the OTU at station B reports an
ODUk_PM_AIS alarm after detecting an ODUk_PM_AIS signal.

Detects and reports the


ODUk_PM_AIS, R_LOS, Insert the Detects and reports
OTUk_LOF, OTUk_LOM, ODUk_PM_AIS the ODUk_PM_AIS alarm
OTUk_TIM alarm signal

Client O WDM WDM O Client


side T side side T side
U U

Station A Station B

l Cause 2 for this alarm generated on the WDM side: The WDM side of the OTU board at
the local station reports an R_LOS, OTUk_LOF, OTUk_LOM, or OTUk_TIM alarm, and
thus the OTU board at the local station also reports an ODUk_PM_AIS alarm.

Procedure
l Query the alarm on the U2000 and record the IDs of the port and channel where the alarm