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OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 V100R006C01 Commissioning Guide Issue 02 Date 2011-10-31 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800

V100R006C01

Commissioning Guide

Issue

02

Date

2011-10-31

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 V100R006C01 Commissioning Guide Issue 02 Date 2011-10-31 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Commissioning Guide

About This Document

About This Document

Related Versions

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

Product Name

Version

OptiX OSN 8800

V100R006C01

OptiX OSN 6800

V100R006C01

OptiX OSN 3800

V100R006C01

iManager U2000

V100R005C00

iManager U2000 Web LCT

V100R005C00

Intended Audience

This document provides information about commissioning and testing operations after hardware installation. It describes the preparations, methods and procedures for station and network commissioning.

This document is intended for:

l Installation and commissioning engineers

Symbol Conventions

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

Symbol

Description

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

DANG ER

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

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Description

W ARNINGIndicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided,

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

CAUTIONIndicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data

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NOTEProvides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

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.

Update History

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

Updates in Issue 02 (2011-10-31) Based on Product Version V100R006C01

The update of contents is described as follows:

Update

Description

All

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

Updates in Issue 01 (2011-07-30) Based on Product Version V100R006C01

The update of contents is described as follows:

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Update

Description

2

Quick Guide

Quick Guide is added.

15.35 Managing

Managing NE Power Consumption is added.

NE Power

Consumption

All

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

Updates in Issue 02 (2011-04-15) Based on Product Version V100R006C00

The update of contents is described as follows:

Update

Description

5

Commissioning Optical Power of PID Board is deleted.

Commissioning

Optical Power

on Site

8

Automatic

Automatic Commissioning is modified.

Commissioning

All

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

Updates in Issue 01 (2010-12-31) Based on Product Version V100R006C00

Update

Description

3

The procedures for commissioning and configuration during deployment are added.

Commissioning

and

 

Configuration

Procedure

During

Deployment

4

Configuring

4.14 Setting Master/Slave Subracks for OptiX OSN 8800 T16 is added.

NE and

Network

5.10

5.10.7 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSMD9 +WSMD9) is added.

Commissioning

Optical Power

 

of ROADM

Board

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About This Document

Update

Description

5.12 Example of Commissioning Optical Power Based on 10G (or Lower)

5.12.13 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSMD9 +WSMD9) is added.

Single-

Wavelength

System

6

Remotely

6.3.11 Commissioning the optical power of the add wavelengths and link at ROADM station C (WSMD9+WSMD9) is added.

Commissioning

Optical Power

 

9

Configuring

The chapter "Configuring Services and System Features" is added and provides hyperlinks to the Configuration Guide and Feature Description where detailed procedures for configuring services and system features are described. In this manner, the whole commissioning process during deployment is provided.

Services and

System

Features

 

10

10.1

Viewing Current Alarms on an NE and Removing Abnormal

Commissioning

Alarms, 10.2.1 Testing Inter-Subrack Communication Protection,

the Network

10.8

Configuring Orderwire of OTN System, 12 Checklist for

Commissioning During Deployment, and 13 Backing Up the NE Database to the SCC Board are added.

 

15

Reference

The section "Reference for Commissioning During Deployment" is added.

Operations for

the

 

Commissioning

and

Configuration

 

16

Parameters

The section "Parameter Description" is added.

Reference

Updates in Issue 02 (2010-11-20) Based on Product Version V100R005C00

The update of contents is described as follows:

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

Updates in Issue 01 (2010-07-30) Based on Product Version V100R005C00

This issue is the first official release for OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 V100R005C00. In this release, the manuals for OptiX OSN 8800 V100R002C02, OptiX OSN 6800 V100R004C04, and OptiX OSN 3800 V100R004C04 are combined into one manual.

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Commissioning Guide

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Update

Description

Whole manual

l

This manual provides descriptions according to product series OptiX OSN 8800, OptiX OSN 6800, and OptiX OSN 3800. Any difference between the products is described in the manual.

l

The equipment name is changed from OptiX OSN 8800 I to OptiX OSN 8800 T32 or from OptiX OSN 8800 II to OptiX OSN 8800 T64.

4

Configuring

Creating OCh Trails by Trail Search is added.

NE and Network

5.7

Description of commissioning the optical power of Raman boards is modified. The structure of the contents is adjusted and certain contents are added.

Commissioning Guide of the Raman Amplifier

5

10.5 Testing Physical-Layer Clocks is added.

Commissioning

Optical Power

on Site

5

10.6.3 Testing Items is added.

Commissioning

Optical Power

on Site

7

Example of

7.1 Rules for Commissioning a 40G System, 7.2 Process for Commissioning a 40G System, 7.3 Preparations for Commissioning, and 7.6 Analyzing and Handling Common Problems in a 40G System are added.

Commissioning Optical Power Based on 40 Gbit/s Single-

Wavelength

 

System

8

Automatic

Automatic Commissioning is added. This section describes the scenarios where the WDM optical power commissioning tool is used to automatically commission optical power of sites and the preparations and procedure for the commissioning.

Commissioning

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Commissioning Guide

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Contents

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1 Preparations for Commissioning

1

1.1 Safety Operation Guide

2

1.1.1 Alarm and Safety Symbols

2

1.1.2 Safe Usage of Fibers

2

1.1.3 Operations on the Equipment with Power on

5

1.1.4 ESD

5

1.2 Instruments and Tools

6

1.3 Reference Documents

8

1.4 Engineering Design Information

9

1.4.1 Engineering Survey Document

9

1.4.2 Engineering Design Document

9

1.5 Commissioning Conditions Check

9

1.6 Requirements for Commissioning Engineers

9

1.7 Testing Connection Points

10

1.8 Connecting the NMS Computer

17

1.8.1 Connecting the U2000 Server Directly

17

1.8.2 Connecting the U2000 Server Through a LAN

19

2 Quick Guide

22

2.1 U2000 Quick Guide

23

2.1.1 Starting the U2000 Server (Single Server System, Windows)

23

2.1.2 Starting the U2000 Server (Single Server System, Solaris)

25

2.1.3 Starting the U2000 Server (HA System, Windows)

28

2.1.4 Starting the U2000 Server in a High Availability System (Solaris)

29

2.1.5 Logging In to the U2000 Client

31

2.1.6 Shutting Down U2000 Clients

33

2.1.7 Shutting Down the U2000 Server (Single Server System, Windows)

34

2.1.8 Shutting Down the U2000 Server (Single Server System, Solaris)

35

2.1.9 Shutting Down the High Availability System (Windows)

37

2.1.10 Shutting Down the U2000 Server in a High Availability System (Solaris)

39

2.2 Web LCT Quck Guide

41

2.2.1

Connecting the Web LCT to NEs

42

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2.2.2 Starting the Web LCT

42

2.2.3 Logging In to the Web LCT

43

2.2.4 Shutting Down the Web LCT

43

2.3 Entering the Common Views

44

2.3.1 Opening the Main Topology on the U2000

44

2.3.2 NE List on the Web LCT

44

2.3.3 Opening the NE Explorer

45

2.3.4 Opening the NE Panel

46

2.4 Using Online Help

50

3 Commissioning and Configuration Procedure During Deployment

52

4 Configuring NE and Network

57

4.1 Creating NEs in Batches

59

4.2 Creating Optical NEs

62

4.3 Logging In to an NE

62

4.4 Uploading the NE Data

63

4.5 Setting NE ID and IP

64

4.6 Synchronizing the NE Time with the U2000/Web LCT Server Manually

66

4.7 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters of an NE

67

4.8 Setting Manually Extended ECC Communication

68

4.9 Checking Network-Wide Software Versions

72

4.10 Creating Fiber Connections in Graphic Mode

73

4.11 Creating OCh Trails by Trail Search

76

4.12 Creating Single-Station Optical Cross-Connection

77

4.13 Setting Master/Slave Subracks for OptiX OSN 8800 T32/8800 T64

79

4.14 Setting Master/Slave Subracks for OptiX OSN 8800 T16

83

4.15 Setting Master/Slave Subracks for OptiX OSN 6800

87

5 Commissioning Optical Power on Site

92

5.1 Guidelines for Commissioning Optical Power

94

5.1.1 Basic Requirements

94

5.1.2 General Commissioning Sequence

94

5.1.3 Commissioning Tools and Instruments

96

5.2 Commissioning Optical Power of OTU Board

96

5.2.1 Forcing the OTU Board to Emit Light

96

5.2.2 Adjusting the Input Optical Power of OTU Board

97

5.3 Commissioning Optical Power of Tributary Board

98

5.4 Commissioning Optical Power of Line Board

98

5.5 Testing Specifications of an SDH Board

99

5.5.1 Testing the Mean Launched Optical Power of Optical Interface Boards

99

5.5.2 Testing the Actual Received Optical Power of an Optical Interface Board

101

5.6 Commissioning Optical Power of EDFA Optical Amplifier Board

103

5.6.1

Adjusting the Input Optical Power of Optical Amplifier Board

104

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5.6.2

Adjusting the Gains for the Optical Amplifier Board

105

5.7 Commissioning Guide of the Raman Amplifier

106

5.7.1 Preparations

106

5.7.2 Checking the Fiber Connections

110

5.7.3 Connecting the Fiber Jumpers on the Line Side

111

5.7.4 Checking the Configuration of the IPA Function

113

5.7.5 Adjusting the Optical Power in the Receive Direction

113

5.7.6 Adjusting the Gain Spectrum

115

5.8 Commissioning Optical Power of Supervisory Channel

116

5.8.1 Commissioning the Optical Power of the OSC Board

116

5.8.2 Commissioning the Optical Power of ESC Board

121

5.9 Commissioning Optical Power of Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Board

121

5.9.1 Commissioning the Optical Power of M40V and D40V Boards

121

5.9.2 Commissioning the Optical Power of FIU/SFIU Board

122

5.9.3 Commissioning Optical Power of FOADM Board

124

5.10

Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board

126

5.10.1 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (ROAM+ROAM)

126

5.10.2 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSD9+WSM9)

128

5.10.3 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSD9+RMU9)

129

5.10.4 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (RDU9+WSM9)

131

5.10.5 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSMD4+WSMD4)

132

5.10.6 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSMD2+WSMD2)

134

5.10.7 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Board (WSMD9+WSMD9)

136

5.11 Commissioning Optical Power of DCM

137

5.12 Example of Commissioning Optical Power Based on 10G (or Lower) Single-Wavelength System

138

5.12.1 Example Description

138

5.12.2 Commissioning Transmit-End Optical Power of the OTM Station

139

5.12.3 Commissioning Optical Power of OLA

143

5.12.4 Commissioning Optical Power of OTM Receive End

145

5.12.5 Commissioning Optical Power of FOADM (Multiplexer Board+Demultiplexer Board)

149

5.12.6 Commissioning Optical Power of FOADM (MRx+MRx)

151

5.12.7 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (ROAM+ROAM)

155

5.12.8 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSD9+WSM9)

158

5.12.9 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSD9+RMU9)

162

5.12.10 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (RDU9+WSM9)

168

5.12.11 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSMD4+WSMD4)

172

5.12.12 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSMD2+WSMD2)

174

5.12.13 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM (WSMD9+WSMD9)

177

6 Remotely Commissioning Optical Power

181

6.1

General Commissioning Sequence

182

6.1.1 Commissioning Procedure for the Chain Network

184

6.1.2 Commissioning Procedure for the Ring Network

185

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6.1.3

Commissioning Procedure for the Mesh Network

187

6.2 Common Operations Required for Optical Power Commissioning

189

6.2.1 Configuring Optical Amplifier Boards

189

6.2.2 Adjusting Internal Attenuators on Boards

191

6.2.3 Configuring the MCA Board

192

6.2.4 Setting the Board Relay Mode for the Line Boards

192

6.3 Example of Commissioning Optical Power Based on the Chain Network

193

6.3.1 Example Description

193

6.3.2 Commissioning Procedure

196

6.3.3 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths at OTM Station A

202

6.3.4 Commissioning the Link Optical Power at OLA Station B

206

6.3.5 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Links at ROADM Station C (WSD9

+RMU9)

210

6.3.6

Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Link at ROADM Station C (WSD9

+WSM9)

217

6.3.7

Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Link at ROADM Station C (RDU9

+WSM9)

219

6.3.8 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Link at ROADM Station C (ROAM

221

6.3.9 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Link at ROADM Station C (WSMD4

+WSMD4)

6.3.10 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths and Link at ROADM Station C (WSMD2

222

+ROAM)

+WSMD2)

224

6.3.11

Commissioning the optical power of the add wavelengths and link at ROADM station C (WSMD9

+WSMD9)

225

6.3.12 Commissioning Link Optical Power at OLA Station D

226

6.3.13 Commissioning the Add Wavelengths and Link Optical Power at FOADM Station E (MR8V+MR8V)

227

6.3.14 Commissioning the Add Wavelengths and Link Optical Power at FOADM Station E (Multiplexer Board

+Demultiplexer Board)

230

6.3.15 Commissioning Link Optical Power at OLA Station F

232

6.3.16 Commissioning Link Optical Power at OTM Station G

233

6.3.17 Commissioning the Optical Power at OTM Station A and OLA Station B for Equalization

234

6.3.18 Commissioning Optical Power of ROADM Station C and OLA Station D for Equalization

239

6.3.19 Commissioning Optical Power of FOADM Station E and OLA Station F for Equalization

240

6.3.20 Commissioning Optical Power (Without MCAs)

241

6.3.21 Commissioning Input Optical Power of OTU

242

6.3.22 Commissioning BERs

244

6.3.23 Commissioning OSNR

249

6.4 Example of Commissioning a System with Ultra-Long Spans

250

7 Example of Commissioning Optical Power Based on 40 Gbit/s Single-Wavelength System

253

7.1 Rules for Commissioning a 40G System

255

7.2 Process for Commissioning a 40G System

259

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7.3 Preparations for Commissioning

260

7.3.1 Checking Design Documents

260

7.3.2 40G Commissioning Meter

263

7.4 Commissioning Optical Power on the U2000 Based on 40 Gbit/s Single-Wavelength System

265

7.4.1 Example Description

265

7.4.2 Commissioning the Optical Power of the Add Wavelengths at the OTM Station

270

7.4.3 Commissioning the Link Optical Power at the OLA Station and the OTM Station at the Receive End

 

272

7.4.4 Commissioning the Optical Power Equalization

274

7.4.5 Commissioning BERs

274

7.4.6 Commissioning OSNR for the 40G System

280

7.4.7 OSNR Penalties

286

7.4.8 Adjusting Dispersion Compensation

299

7.5 Commissioning Optical Power on Site Based on 40Gbit/s Single-Wavelength System

301

7.5.1 Example Description

301

7.5.2 Commissioning Transmit End Optical Power of the OTM Station

307

7.5.3 Commissioning Optical Power of the OLA Station

310

7.5.4 Commissioning Receive-End Optical Power of the OTM Station

312

7.5.5 Commissioning Optical Power for Equalization

315

7.5.6 Adjusting Dispersion Compensation

316

7.6 Analyzing and Handling Common Problems in a 40G System

317

7.6.1 OSNR Failure

317

7.6.2 Excessively High Incident Optical Power

317

7.6.3 Incorrect Dispersion Configuration

317

7.6.4 Methods for Handling Other Faults

318

8 Automatic Commissioning

320

8.1 Version Mapping

322

8.2 Network Models and Application Scenarios

322

8.3 Precautions for Commissioning

335

8.4 Optical Power Commissioning During Deployment of a New Network

336

8.4.1 Preparing for the Commissioning

336

8.4.2 Commissioning Process

337

8.4.3 Uploading Commissioning Data

338

8.4.4 Setting Subnet Commissioning Parameters

339

8.4.5 Creating a WDM Link

340

8.4.6 Recording Optical Power Before Commissioning

346

8.4.7 Commissioning Optical Power

347

8.4.8 Viewing the Commissioning Result

353

8.5 Optical Power Commissioning During Deployment of an Expanded Network

354

8.5.1 Preparing for the Commissioning

354

8.5.2 Commissioning Process

355

8.5.3 Uploading Commissioning Data

356

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8.5.4 Setting Subnet Commissioning Parameters

357

8.5.5 Creating a WDM Link

359

8.5.6 Recording Optical Power Before Commissioning

365

8.5.7 Commissioning the Optical Power of Expanded Wavelengths

366

8.5.8 Viewing the Commissioning Result

375

8.6 Optical Power Commissioning Report

376

8.6.1 Preparing for Generating a Commissioning Report

376

8.6.2 Generating a Commissioning Report of an OTU Board

376

8.6.3 Generating a Commissioning Report of the Optical Amplifier Board

379

8.7 Managing the Commissioning Index Data

383

8.8 Viewing Information About Subnets Under Commissioning

385

8.9 Synchronizing Data on the NMS

385

8.10

FAQ

387

8.10.1 FAQs in the Optical Power Commissioning Window

387

8.10.2 FAQs and Solutions During the Generation of WDM Links

389

8.10.3 FAQs About Setting Subnet Parameters

390

8.10.4 FAQs About Link Commissioning

390

9 Configuring Services and System Features

392

9.1 Configuring Boards

393

9.1.1 Checking Board Parameters

393

9.1.2 Adding Ports

408

9.1.3 Configuring Electrical Ports of a Board

408

9.2 Configuring Services

409

9.3 Configuring System Features

410

10 Commissioning the Network

412

10.1 Viewing Current Alarms on an NE and Removing Abnormal Alarms

414

10.2 Testing Protection Switching

415

10.2.1 Testing Inter-Subrack Communication Protection

416

10.2.2 Testing the 1+1 Protection of the Cross-Connect Board and Clock Board for OptiX OSN 8800

418

10.2.3 Testing 1+1 Protection Switching of the Cross-Connect Board for OptiX OSN 6800

419

10.2.4 Testing the 1+1 Protection Switching of the SCC Boards

420

10.2.5 Testing Optical Line Protection Switching

421

10.2.6 Testing Intra-Board 1+1 Protection Switching

423

10.2.7 Testing Client 1+1 Protection Switching

425

10.2.8 Testing SW SNCP Protection Switching

428

10.2.9 Testing ODUk SNCP Protection Switching

432

10.2.10 Testing VLAN SNCP Protection Switching

435

10.2.11 Testing Tributary SNCP Protection Switching

438

10.2.12 Testing Board-Level Protection Switching

440

10.2.13 Testing Cross-Subrack or Cross-NE DBPS and MS SNCP Protection Switching

442

10.2.14 Testing DBPS and ERPS Protection Switching

446

10.2.15 Testing Intra-Subrack DBPS Protection Switching

449

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10.2.16 Testing DLAG Protection (OTN) Switching

453

10.2.17 Testing ODUk SPRing Protection Switching

455

10.2.18 Testing Optical Wavelength Shared Protection Switching

458

10.2.19 Testing Linear MS Protection Switching

461

10.2.20 Testing Two-Fiber Bidirectional MSP Ring Protection Switching

462

10.2.21 Testing Four-Fiber Bidirectional MSP Ring Protection Switching

464

10.2.22 Testing SNCP Protection Switching

467

10.2.23 Testing SNCTP Protection Switching

469

10.2.24 Testing Transoceanic MSP Ring Protection Switching

471

10.2.25 Testing ERPS Protection Switching

474

10.2.26 Testing the DLAG(OCS)

476

10.3

Testing Data Characteristics

477

10.3.1 Testing the LCAS

477

10.3.2 Testing the LAG

480

10.3.3 Testing the LPT

481

10.3.4 Testing the STP/RSTP

482

10.3.5 Testing the MSTP

484

10.4

Testing System Features

485

10.4.1 Testing IPA

485

10.4.2 Testing ALC

488

10.4.3 Testing APE

489

10.4.4 Testing EAPE

491

10.5 Testing Physical-Layer Clocks

494

10.6 Testing IEEE 1588v2

496

10.6.1 Testing Process

497

10.6.2 Testing Delay Compensation

498

10.6.3 Testing Items

501

10.7

Testing Ethernet Service Channels

504

10.7.1 Testing Ethernet Service Channels by Using Laptops

504

10.7.2 Testing Ethernet Service Channels by Using the Ethernet OAM Function

506

10.8

Configuring Orderwire of OTN System

507

10.8.1 Setting the Orderwire Board

507

10.8.2 Configuring Orderwire

508

10.8.3 Configuring Conference Calls

509

10.8.4 Dividing Orderwire Subnets

510

10.9

Configuring the Orderwire Phone in an OCS System

511

10.9.1 Configuring Orderwire

511

10.9.2 Configuring Conference Calls

512

10.9.3 Dividing Orderwire Subnets

513

10.10 Testing Orderwire Functions

514

11 Testing Bit Errors

11.1 Testing 10-Minute Bit Errors for Each Optical Channel

516

518

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11.2 Testing All-Channel Bit Errors

520

12 Checklist for Commissioning During Deployment

523

13 Backing Up the NE Database to the SCC Board

525

14 Analyzing and Handling Common Deployment Problems

527

14.1 OSC/ESC Conflict

528

14.2 Disabling the Unused Auxiliary Ports

529

15 Reference Operations for the Commissioning and Configuration

531

15.1

Configuring the NE Data

535

15.1.1 Configuring the NE Data Manually

535

15.1.2 Replicating the NE Data

536

15.2

Configuring Master/Slave Subrack

537

15.2.1 Master/Slave Subrack Configuration

537

15.2.2 Configuring Subrack Cascading Mode of an NE

537

15.2.3 Changing a Subrack Attribute

538

15.2.4 Querying the Status of a Slave Subrack

538

15.2.5 Deleting a Slave Subrack

539

15.3

Configuring Wavelength Grooming

540

15.3.1 Basic Concepts

540

15.3.2 Wavelength Grooming Configuration Flow

541

15.3.3 Configuring the ROADM

541

15.4

Configuring the NE Time

552

15.4.1 Time Synchronization Schemes for the U2000/Web LCT and NEs

553

15.4.2 Setting Automatic Synchronization of the NE Time with the NMS Time

553

15.4.3 Configuring the Standard NTP Key

554

15.4.4 Synchronizing the NE Time with the Standard NTP Server Time

555

15.5

Performance Management

556

15.5.1 Setting the Board Performance Threshold

556

15.5.2 Setting Performance Monitoring Parameters

556

15.5.3 Resetting Board Performance Registers

559

15.6

Modifying the Attributes of NEs

560

15.6.1 Modifying the NE Name

560

15.6.2 Modifying the Optical NE Name

561

15.6.3 Modifying GNE Parameters

561

15.6.4 Changing the GNE for NEs

562

15.6.5 Changing a GNE to a Normal NE

563

15.6.6 Changing a Normal NE to a GNE

563

15.6.7 Deleting NEs

564

15.7

Modifying the Boards Configuration

565

15.7.1 Deleting Boards

565

15.7.2 Adding Boards

565

15.8

Modifying the Fibers Configuration

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15.8.1 Modifying Fiber/Cable Information

566

15.8.2 Deleting Fibers

567

15.9 Creating a Single NE

568

15.10 Switching a Logged-In NE User

569

15.11 Creating Fiber Connections in List Mode

570

15.12 Configuring the Edge Port

572

15.13 Creating Board Optical Cross-Connection

574

15.14 Configuring Board WDM Port Attributes

575

15.15 Configuring Board SDH Port Attributes

576

15.16 Opening/Closing Lasers

576

15.17 Setting the Rated Optical Power of the OA Board

577

15.18 Configuring the Receive Wavelength of Boards

578

15.19 Setting Dispersion Compensation Parameters

579

15.20 Configuring the Service Mode

580

15.21 Enable the Open Fiber Control (OFC)

581

15.22 Setting Automatic Laser Shutdown on the WDM Board

582

15.23 Setting Automatic Laser Shutdown on the SDH Board

582

15.24 Configuring SD Conditions for Triggering Protection Switching

583

15.25 Setting the NULL Mapping Status

584

15.26 Configuring Path Binding

585

15.27 Configuring Centralized Wavelength Monitoring

586

15.28 Configuring the FEC Function

588

15.29 Enabling and Disabling LPT

589

15.30 Setting the Speed Level of Fans

589

15.31 Transparently Transmitting External Alarm Signals Using the RS232 Serial Port

590

15.32 Configuring Ethernet Boards

591

15.32.1 Configuring Internal Ports

592

15.32.2 Configuring External Ports

593

15.33 Verifying Ethernet Services

595

15.34 Configuring the PRBS Test

595

15.34.1 PRBS Application Scenarios

596

15.34.2 Configuring the PRBS Test Status of the Auxiliary Board

597

15.34.3 Configuring PRBS Test on the Meter Board

598

15.35

Managing NE Power Consumption

599

15.35.1 Monitoring NE Power Consumption

599

15.35.2 Configuring Energy Conservation for an NE

601

15.35.3 Viewing the Network-wide NE Power Consumption Report

602

15.36

Configuring NE Clock Sources

603

15.36.1 Adding Clock Sources

603

15.36.2 Setting the Clock Source Priority Table for an NE

604

15.37

Backing Up and Restoring NE Data

605

15.37.1

Comparison of NE Data Backup and Restoration Methods

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15.37.2 Manually Backing Up the NE Database to a CF Card

607

15.37.3 Backing Up Device Data to the NMS Server or the NMS Client

608

15.37.4 Restoring the NE Database from the SCC Board

609

15.37.5 Restoring the NE Database from the CF Card

610

15.37.6 Restoring Device Data from the NMS Server or the NMS Client

611

16 Parameters Reference

613

16.1

Parameters (Creating a Network)

614

16.1.1 Laser Spectrum Analysis

614

16.1.2 Wavelength Monitoring Management

616

16.1.3 Orderwire Board Settings

616

16.1.4 General 616

16.1.5 Conference Call

618

 

16.1.6 Auxiliary

619

16.1.7 NE Attributes

619

16.1.8 NE User Management

620

16.1.9 NE Time Synchronization

625

16.1.10 Standard NTP Key Management

629

16.1.11 Path Binding

630

16.2

Parameters: WDM Interface

630

16.2.1 Optical Transponder Board

631

16.2.2 Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Board

641

16.2.3 Optical Add and Drop Multiplex Board

645

16.2.4 Tributary and Line Boards

648

16.2.5 Optical Amplifier Board

650

16.2.6 Optical Supervisory Channel Board

656

16.2.7 Protection Board

658

16.2.8 Spectrum Analysis Board

659

16.2.9 Variable Optical Attenuation Board

662

16.2.10

Dispersion Compensation Board

664

16.3 Parameters (Configuring Wavelength Grooming) 665

16.3.1 Parameters: Edge Port

665

16.3.2 Parameters: Single-Station Optical Cross-Connection

666

16.3.3 Parameters: Single-Board Optical Cross-Connection

667

16.3.4 Parameters: Enabling the Port Blocking Function

668

A Glossary

670

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About This Chapter

This chapter describes how to prepare for commissioning.

1.1 Safety Operation Guide

This section describes the safety operation guidelines. It contains the personal safety regulations and equipment operating regulations. These regulations must be followed to prevent personal

injuries or damages to the equipment during operations.

1.2 Instruments and Tools

This section describes the tools and testers used for equipment commissioning.

1.3 Reference Documents

This section describes the reference documents required during the commissioning process.

1.4 Engineering Design Information

This section describes the engineering design information required for equipment commissioning.

1.5 Commissioning Conditions Check

Before commissioning equipment, check the commissioning conditions.

1.6 Requirements for Commissioning Engineers

This section describes the requirements for commissioning engineers.

1.7 Testing Connection Points

This section describes the types of connection points, including the corresponding function and connection types.

1.8 Connecting the NMS Computer

This section describes how to connect the NMS computer to an NE, so that the NMS manages the NE.

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1.1 Safety Operation Guide

This section describes the safety operation guidelines. It contains the personal safety regulations and equipment operating regulations. These regulations must be followed to prevent personal injuries or damages to the equipment during operations.

1.1.1 Alarm and Safety Symbols

During equipment installation and maintenance, observe the precautions indicated by the alarm and safety symbols to help prevent personal injury or equipment damage.

Table 1-1 describes the alarm and safety symbols on the WDM equipment.

Table 1-1 Symbols on the WDM equipment

Symbol

Symbol CAUTION HAZARD LEVEL 1M INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Symbol CAUTION HAZARD LEVEL 1M INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
CAUTION HAZARD LEVEL 1M INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

CAUTION

HAZARD LEVEL 1M INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD
NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD
NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD
NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD
NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD
NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH NON-ATTENUATING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Describes ESD protection symbol. You must wear an ESD

Describes

ESD protection symbol.

You must wear an ESD wrist strap or glove to avoid damage caused by electrostatic discharge to boards.

Laser level symbol.

Indicates the laser level and warns that laser beams can cause injuries to eyes.

level and warns that laser beams can cause injuries to eyes. Grounding symbol. Indicates the position

Grounding symbol.

Indicates the position of the grounding point.

Regular cleaning symbol.

Warns you to regularly clean the air filter.

Fan warning symbol.

Warns you not to touch the fan blade until the fan stops moving.

1.1.2 Safe Usage of Fibers

This section describes how to safely use fibers.

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Commissioning Guide 1 Preparations for Commissioning DANGER Laser beams on the optical interface board or inside

DANGER

Laser beams on the optical interface board or inside the optical fiber can cause damage to your eyes. When installing and maintaining optical interface boards and optical fibers, avoid directly exposing your eyes to the laser beams originating from the optical interfaces or fiber connectors.

Protection of Optical Connectors

All idle optical connectors for fiber jumpers and optical ports on the optical interface boards must be covered with protective caps. The optical ports on the replaced boards must be promptly covered with protective caps. In addition, properly store these boards in their packages to keep the optical ports clean.

Recommended protective caps are shown in Figure 1-1.

Figure 1-1 Recommended protective caps

in Figure 1-1 . Figure 1-1 Recommended protective caps Protective caps that are not recommended are

Protective caps that are not recommended are shown in Figure 1-2.

Figure 1-2 Protective caps that are not recommended

1-2 . Figure 1-2 Protective caps that are not recommended Issue 02 (2011-10-31) Huawei Proprietary and

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Commissioning Guide 1 Preparations for Commissioning NOTE Do not use protective caps that are made of

NOTE

Do not use protective caps that are made of soft rubber. These caps tend to collect dust and other material. These caps are hard to clean and do not resist the build-up of dust.

Connecting Fibers

CAUTIONand do not resist the build-up of dust. Connecting Fibers When applying a physical fiber loopback

When applying a physical fiber loopback between two optical ports, increase the attenuation to avoid equipment damage in case the laser optical power is excessively high. For boards that have the capability of having optical attenuators added, add an optical attenuator at the Rx optical port rather than at the Tx optical port.

Insert fibers into optical connectors carefully when connecting fibers. If the optical power is excessively high, add a fixed optical attenuator before the optical port to avoid damages to the device caused by a high input of optical power.

to the device caused by a high input of optical power. DANGER Before removing or inserting

DANGER

Before removing or inserting fibers from/into the CRPC board, shut down the pump laser to avoid injuries due to the high optical power from the laser.

The CRPC board has specific requirements on fiber loss of the line nearby. For details, see Table

1-2.

Table 1-2 Fiber connection requirements of the CRPC

Distance

Loss (dB)

Connector (piece)

0–10 (km)

0.1

0

10–20 (km)

0.2

0

0–10 (km) ≤ 0.1 0 10–20 (km) ≤ 0.2 0 NOTE The ODF has only one

NOTE

The ODF has only one connector for connecting to the CRPC board. All the other fiber connection points must be spliced.

Cleaning Fibers

fiber connection points must be spliced. Cleaning Fibers CAUTION If fiber connectors or flanges are contaminated,

CAUTION

If fiber connectors or flanges are contaminated, optical power commissioning is seriously affected. Therefore, the two endfaces and flanges for each external fiber must be cleaned before the fibers from the ODF are inserted into the optical ports on the boards in the equipment.

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The fiber connectors and optical ports for the lasers must be cleaned by using special cleaning tools and materials. Some common cleaning tools are:

l

Cleaning solvent. Isoamylol is preferred, propyl can be used (alcohol or formalin is never used)

l

Non-woven lens tissue

l

Special compressed gas

l

Dust-free cotton stick

l

Special cleaning roll used along with cleaning solvent, either isoamylol or propyl

l

Fiberscope

For details on how to clean fibers, see the Supporting Tasks.

1.1.3 Operations on the Equipment with Power on

This section describes the requirements for performing operations on the equipment when the power is on.

Follow these requirements when performing operations on the equipment when the power is on:

l

Do not install or disassemble equipment when the power is on.

l

Do not install or remove power cables when the power is on.

l

Before connecting a cable, ensure that the cable and cable label comply with installation requirements.

1.1.4 ESD

During installation and maintenance, follow antistatic procedures to prevent equipment damage:

l

Always wear an ESD wrist strap during the operation.

l

Check that the equipment is securely grounded.

l Check that the equipment is securely grounded. CAUTION Wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap whenever

CAUTION

Wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap whenever you touch equipment or boards. Make sure that the wrist strap touches your skin. Insert the ESD strap connector into the ESD socket of the equipment.

For information about how to wear an ESD wrist strap, see Figure 1-3.

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Figure 1-3 Wearing an ESD wrist strap

NOTE
NOTE

Insert the connector of the ESD strap into the equipment port. For details, see the Quick Installation Guide.

When you are following antistatic procedures, take the following precautions:

l

Check the validity and functionality of the wrist strap. Its resistance value must be between 0.75 mega ohm to 10 mega ohm. If the wrist strap validity period (usually two years) has expired, or if the resistance value fails to meet requirements, replace it with a wrist strap that provides the required resistance value.

l

Do not touch a board with your clothing. Clothing generates static electricity that is not protected by the wrist strap.

l

Wear an ESD wrist strap and place the board on an ESD pad when you replace boards or chips. Use ESD tweezers or extraction tools to replace chips. Do not touch chips, circuits, or pins with your bare hands.

l

Keep the boards and other ESD-sensitive parts you are installing in ESD bags. Place the removed boards and components on an ESD pad or ESD material. Do not use non-antistatic materials such as white foams, common plastic bags, or paper bags to pack boards, and do not let these materials touch the boards.

l

Wear an ESD wrist strap when operating the ports of boards because they are also ESD- sensitive. Discharge the static electricity of cables and protective sleeves before you connect them to the ports.

l

Keep packing materials (such as, ESD boxes and bags) available in the equipment room for packing boards in the future.

ESD complies with IEC Publication 1000, EN 55022, EN 55024, IEC 61000 and GR-1089- CORE.

1.2 Instruments and Tools

This section describes the tools and testers used for equipment commissioning.

Table 1-3 lists the tools and testers used for equipment commissioning.

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Table 1-3 Instruments and tools

Tool or Tester

Usage

Optical power meter

Used to measure the received optical power, the receiver sensitivity, and the receiver overload at an optical port. It is mainly used to measure the optical power on the client side and the WDM side of the OTU, and the total optical power of the multiplexed signals.

Laptop

Used to install the U2000 Web LCT and U2000 during the network element (NE) commissioning.

Multimeter

Used to test the voltage, resistance, and current intensity during the power test.

Fiber microscope

Used for checking the cleanliness of the endface of the fiber.

Fiber jumper

Used for connections during the optical power test of optical ports on the optical distribution frame (ODF) side.

Cassette cleaner or lens tissue

Used to clean the end faces of fibers.

Flange

Used to transfer the fiber jumper.

Fixed optical attenuator

Used to attenuate the received optical power, which may damage the optical component, during the received optical power test for an optical port.

Variable optical attenuator (VOA)

Used for testing the receiver sensitivity and overload optical power of an optical port.

Optical spectrum analyzer

Used mainly to test the optical power, optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), and the central wavelength for each wavelength in the multiplexed signals.

SDH analyzer

Used in the network commissioning and index test of the SDH service.

GE analyzer

Used for the GE service index test.

10GE analyzer

Used for the 10GE service index test.

OTN analyzer

Used for the OTN service index test.

ESCON analyzer

Used for the ESCON service index test.

Ethernet analyzer

Used for the data service index test.

FICON/FC analyzer

Used for the FICON service and FC service index test.

Phillips screwdriver

Used to install or uninstall the board screws.

Special compressed gas

Used to clean optical ports of boards.

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Commissioning Guide 1 Preparations for Commissioning NOTE In a DWDM system, the optical power of a

NOTE

In a DWDM system, the optical power of a single wavelength in the multiplexed signals needs to be measured by using an optical spectrum analyzer. The commissioning result from this method is more accurate. When using this method, the noise impact does not need to be considered.

Calibrate the optical spectrum analyzer before using it to perform the test. Use the following method to verify the calibration:

Measure the optical power of the OUT optical port on the OTU by using the optical spectrum analyzer. Then compare it with the optical power obtained by using an optical power meter. If the difference is less than 0.5 dB, the calibration is acceptable. If the difference is greater than 0.5 dB, recalibrate the optical spectrum analyzer.

1.3 Reference Documents

This section describes the reference documents required during the commissioning process.

The following reference documents are required for OptiX OSN 8800 equipment commissioning:

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OptiX OSN 8800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

l

OptiX OSN 8800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Planning Guidelines

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Hardware Description

l

OptiX OSN 8800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Installation Guide

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Configuration Guide

l

OptiX OSN 8800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Feature Description

The following reference documents are required for OptiX OSN 6800 equipment commissioning:

l

OptiX OSN 6800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

l

OptiX OSN 6800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Planning Guidelines

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Hardware Description

l

OptiX OSN 6800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Installation Guide

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Configuration Guide

l

OptiX OSN 6800/3800 Feature Description

The following reference documents are required for OptiX OSN 3800 equipment commissioning:

l

OptiX OSN 3800 Compact Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

l

OptiX OSN 3800 Compact Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Planning Guidelines

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Hardware Description

l

OptiX OSN 3800 Compact Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Installation Guide

l

OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800 Configuration Guide

l

OptiX OSN 6800/3800 Feature Description

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1.4 Engineering Design Information

This section describes the engineering design information required for equipment commissioning.

1.4.1 Engineering Survey Document

This section describes the required engineering survey documents.

The required engineering survey documents include the survey report and the work instructions associated with the engineering survey.

1.4.2 Engineering Design Document

This section describes the engineering design documents required during equipment commissioning.

The following engineering design documents are required for equipment commissioning:

l

Network diagram (including the networking diagram for the entire network, the basic topological diagram, and the network management diagram)

l

Board layout diagram of the cabinet

l

Wavelength allocation diagram

l

Cabinet fiber connection diagram

l

Configuration diagram of the optical amplifiers

l

Fiber connection diagram

l

Optical attenuator list

l

Design description file

1.5 Commissioning Conditions Check

Before commissioning equipment, check the commissioning conditions.

For details about checking the commissioning conditions, see the Installation Guide.

1.6 Requirements for Commissioning Engineers

This section describes the requirements for commissioning engineers.

Commissioning engineers must have received professional training on optical network commissioning and are skilled in using the test equipment.

Commissioning engineers must be familiar with:

l

WDM, SDH, and Ethernet theories

l

WDM equipment

l

U2000/Web LCT and service configuration by using the U2000/Web LCT.

l

Analyzers (WDM, SDH and Ethernet)

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1.7 Testing Connection Points

This section describes the types of connection points, including the corresponding function and connection types.

Figure 1-4 shows the testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T64. For the functional description of the testing connection points and buttons, see Table 1-4 and Table

1-8.

Figure 1-5 shows the testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32. For the functional description of the testing connection points and buttons, see Table 1-4 and Table

1-8.

Figure 1-6 shows the testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T16. For the functional description of the testing connection points and buttons, see Table 1-4 and Table

1-8.

Figure 1-7 shows the testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 6800. For the functional description of the testing connection points and buttons, see Table 1-5, and Table

1-8.

Figure 1-8 shows the testing connection points on the chassis of the OptiX OSN 3800. For the functional description of the testing connection points and buttons, see Table 1-6, Table 1-7 and Table 1-8.

Figure 1-4 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T64

EFI2 EFI1 STI ATE PIU 53A PWR RTN -48V ALMI2 ALMO3 ALMO4 ALMO1 ALMO2ALMI1 TOD1CLK1
EFI2
EFI1
STI
ATE
PIU
53A
PWR
RTN
-48V
ALMI2 ALMO3
ALMO4
ALMO1 ALMO2ALMI1
TOD1CLK1
CLK2
TOD2
SERIAL
NM_ETH2
Front
Back
LAMP1 LAMP2
NM_ETH
1
ETH2 ETH3ETH1

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Figure 1-5 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32

EFI2 EFI1 PIU ATE 53A PWR RTN -48V Fan Fan ALMI2 ALMO3 ALMO4 ALMO1 ALMO2ALMI1
EFI2
EFI1
PIU
ATE
53A
PWR
RTN
-48V
Fan
Fan
ALMI2 ALMO3
ALMO4
ALMO1 ALMO2ALMI1
SERIAL
NM_ETH2
LAMP1
LAMP2
NM_ETH1
ETH1
ETH2
ETH3

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Figure 1-6 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T16 PIU
Figure 1-6 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 8800 T16
PIU
EFI
AUX
ATE

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Figure 1-7 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 6800

ALM02 ALMI1 LAMP1 COM ETH3 SERIAL ALM01 ALM03 ALM04 ALMI2 ALMP2 PIU xcs SCC STAT
ALM02
ALMI1
LAMP1
COM
ETH3
SERIAL
ALM01
ALM03 ALM04
ALMI2
ALMP2
PIU
xcs
SCC
STAT
STAT
RUN
ACT
ACT
PROG
PROG
SRV
SRV
PWRA
PWRB
PWRC
ALMC
SubRACK_ID
NM_ETH1
ETH1
NM_ETH2
ETH2
NEG(-)
RTN(+)
Fan
RESET
STAT
PROG
LAMP TEST
AUX
ALM CUT
xcs
SCC

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Figure 1-8 Testing connection points on the subrack of the OptiX OSN 3800

FAN
FAN
STAT STAT RUN ACT PROG PROG SRV DO not hot PWRA plug this unit! PWRB
STAT
STAT
RUN
ACT
PROG
PROG
SRV
DO not hot
PWRA
plug this unit!
PWRB
PWRC
ALMC
RESET
LAMP
TEST
ALM
CUT
PWR
CRI
MAJ
MIN
S1
S11
PIU
SCC
AUX
PIU
S2
PIU
S4
SCC
S5
SCC
AUXS6
NEG(-)
RTN(+)
NM_ETH2 EXTNM_ETH1

Table 1-4 Function description of the testing connection points on the OptiX OSN 8800

Interface Silk-

Function Description

Connection

Screen

Type

ALMO1

Generally the alarm output is sent to the centralized alarm and power distribution cabinet by output ports and cascading ports. Other modes can be configured to send the alarm output for assembling and displaying the alarm. The OptiX OSN 8800 provides eight channels of alarm output. The first three channels, by default, are critical alarms, major alarms, and minor alarms. The other five channels are reserved for alarm output cascading.

RJ-45

ALMO2

ALMO3

ALMO4

SERIAL

OAM port is a serial network management (NM) port which supports the X.25 protocol.

DB9

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Interface Silk-

Function Description

Connection

Screen

Type

ALMI1

The external alarm input function is designed for an external system that has alarms requiring remote monitoring (for example, an environment monitoring system). The names for the eight alarm channels can be set to achieve remote monitoring of the external alarms with the external system.

RJ-45

ALMI2

LAMP1

Used to drive the running indicators and alarm indicators for the cabinet where the subrack is housed.

RJ-45

LAMP2

NM_ETH1

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network port

RJ-45

NM_ETH2

on the OptiX OSN 8800 using a network cable to the network port on the U2000 server to achieve management of the U2000 over the OptiX OSN

8800.

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network port on one NE through a network cable to that on another NE to achieve communication between NEs.

ETH1/ETH2/ETH3

Connect the ETH1/ETH2/ETH3 port on one subrack using a network cable to the same ports on another subrack to achieve communication between the master subrack and its slave subracks.

RJ-45

Table 1-5 Function description of the testing connection points on the OptiX OSN 6800

Interface Silk-

Function Description

Connection

Screen

Type

COM

Commissioning port used for communications between the EFI and AUX boards.

RJ-45

ALMO1

Generally the alarm output is sent to the centralized alarm and power distribution cabinet by output ports and cascading ports. Other modes can be configured to send the alarm output for assembling and displaying the alarm. The OptiX OSN 6800 provides eight channels of alarm output. The first three channels, by default, are critical alarms, major alarms, and minor alarms. The other five channels are reserved for alarm output cascading.

RJ-45

ALMO2

ALMO3

ALMO4

SERIAL

OAM port is a serial network management (NM) port which supports the X.25 protocol.

DB9

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Interface Silk-

Function Description

Connection

Screen

Type

ALMI1

The external alarm input function is designed for external system that has alarms requiring remote monitoring (for example, an environment monitoring system). The names of the eight alarm channels can be set to achieve remote monitoring of the external alarms with the external system.

RJ-45

ALMI2

LAMP1

Used to drive the running indicators and alarm indicators of the cabinet where the subrack is housed.

RJ-45

LAMP2

NM_ETH1

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 on the OptiX OSN 6800 using a network cable to the network port on the U2000 server to achieve management of the U2000 over the OptiX OSN 6800.

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network port on one NE using a network cable to the network port on another NE to achieve communication between NEs.

RJ-45

NM_ETH2

ETH1/ETH2/ETH3

Connect the ETH1/ETH2/ETH3 port on one subrack using a network cable to the same ports on another subrack to achieve communication between the master subrack and its slave subracks.

RJ-45

Table 1-6 Function description of the testing connection points on the OptiX OSN 3800

Interface Silk-

 

Connection

Screen

Function Description

Type

NM_ETH1/

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network port on the OptiX OSN 3800 using a network cable to

RJ-45

NM_ETH2

the network port on the U2000 server to achieve management of the U2000 over the OptiX OSN

3800.

Connect the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network port on one NE using a network cable to the network port on another NE to achieve communication between NEs.

EXT

Accesses and outputs all external signals.

DB64

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Table 1-7 Function description of the testing EXT connectors on the OptiX OSN 3800

Interface Silk-

   

Screen (on

Connection

Cables)

Function Description

Type

ETH

Used as the COM commissioning port.

RJ-45

F&f

Debugs the serial port.

DB9

ALMO

The alarm output is sent to the centralized alarm and power distribution cabinet by output ports and cascading ports. The port provides two channels of alarm output and two channels of output cascading.

RJ-45

ALMI1

The external alarm input function is designed for an external system that has alarms requiring remote monitoring (for example, an environment monitoring system). It is used to input six channels of external alarms.

RJ-45

ALMI2

LAMP1

Used to drive the running indicators and alarm indicators for the cabinet where the chassis is housed.

RJ-45

LAMP2

Table 1-8 Function description of the testing buttons

Interface Silk-Screen

Function Description

RESET

Used to reset the SCC board.

ALM CUT

The trigger switch is used to mute the alarm from the subrack. You can either hide the prompt of current alarms by pressing and then immediately releasing the button, or mute the alarms by pressing the button for five seconds. When the audible alarm function is turned off, the ALMC indicator on the SCC board remains on. Otherwise, the audible alarm function is turned on, and the ALMC indicator on the SCC board remains off.

LAMP TEST

Used to test the indicators. After you press this button, all indicators are lit.

1.8 Connecting the NMS Computer

This section describes how to connect the NMS computer to an NE, so that the NMS manages the NE.

1.8.1 Connecting the U2000 Server Directly

This section describes how to connect the U2000 server to Ethernet port in the subrack using a cable.

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Prerequisite

The subrack must work normally.

The IP address of the NE and the IP address of the U2000 server belong to the same network segment.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

Precautions

U2000, network cable

If the connection mode for subracks is the master/slave mode, connect the U2000 server to the master subrack through a network cable.

Procedure

Step 1

Check the cable. One end of the cable should be connected to the network port of the NMS computer. The other end should be connected to the specified port on the board.

NOTE

NOTE

 

For the OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32, the other end should be connected to the NM_ETH1 port on the EFI2 or NM_ETH2 port on the EFI1 board.

For the OptiX OSN 8800 T16, the other end should be connected to the NM_ETH1 port or NM_ETH2 port on the EFI board.

For the OptiX OSN 6800, the other end should be connected to the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 port on the AUX board.

For the OptiX OSN 3800, the other end should be connected to the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 port on the AUX board.

Step 2

Determine if the green indicator of the network card interface of the NMS computer remains constantly on.

Step 3

Check the indicators on the board. The green "LINK" indicator should remain constantly on. The orange "ACT" indicator should blink.

NOTE

NOTE

 

For the OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32, check the indicators for the NM_ETH1 port on the EFI2 board or the indicators for the NM_ETH2 port on the EFI1 board.

For the OptiX OSN 8800 T16, check the indicators for the NM_ETH1 port or the indicators for the NM_ETH2 port on the EFI board.

For the OptiX OSN 6800, check the indicators for the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 port on the AUX board.

For the OptiX OSN 3800, check the indicators for the NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 port on the AUX board.

Step 4

On Windows XP on the U2000 server, click Start. Select Control Panel from the Start Menu. The Control Panel window is displayed.

Step 5

Click Network and Internet Connection. The Network and Internet Connection window is displayed.

Step 6

Click Network Connection. The Network Connection window is displayed.

Step 7

Right-click Local Area Connection, and click Properties. The Local Area Connection Properties window is displayed.

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Step 8

Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and click Properties. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) window is displayed.

Step 9

Check the Use the following IP address check box. In the IP address field, enter an IP address that is in the same network segment with the NE, for example, 129.9.0.N, where N is an integer from 1 to 255. Note that the IP address must be unique and cannot be the same as any of the existing IP addresses.

Step 10

In the Subnet mask field, enter 255.255.0.0.

Step 10 In the Subnet mask field, enter 255.255.0.0 . CAUTION When configuring the Use the
CAUTION

CAUTION

When configuring the Use the following IP address check box in a direct connection, do not configure the gateway. Otherwise, the configured gateway may lead to a failed connection. If the U2000 server has more than one network card, select the corresponding local connection for the network card connected to the subrack.

Step 11

Click OK.

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1.8.2 Connecting the U2000 Server Through a LAN

This section describes how to connect the U2000 server to the NE through a LAN.

Prerequisite

When the U2000 server connects to the NE through a LAN, the IP address is set in a way that is similar to connecting the U2000 server to an Ethernet port in the subrack using a