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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuring Services on a Smart Line Board

Configuring Services on a Smart Line Board

This section describes how to configure services on a smart line board.

Configuring WDM Interfaces

Set attributes for WDM interfaces on a smart line board.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The smart line board has been installed and its logical board has been created on the NMS.

Procedure

  1. Select the desired smart line board on the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from Function Tree.
  2. Select Channel from the By Board/Port(Channel) drop-down list.
  3. Select the desired optical port from the Basic Attributes tab page, set the parameters according to the service plan.

  4. Select the desired optical port from the Advanced Attributes tab page, set the parameters according to the service plan.

  5. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful.
  6. Click Close.

Searching for WDM Trails

After fibers are connected, there is no trail information on the U2000. Cross-connection or fiber connection information can be uploaded to the U2000 and existing trails can be browsed and managed using the WDM trails searching function.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • Logical fiber connections have been configured correctly.

Procedure

  1. On the main menu of the U2000, choose Service > WDM Trail > Search for WDM Trail.

  2. In the Advanced Settings area, set various processing policies associated with trail searching.

  3. On the lower right of the window, click Next to start trail searching. Wait until the status of the progress bar reaches 100%.
  4. Click Next to view the found trails.
  5. Click Next to view all discrete services on the network.
  6. When the searching completes, click Finish.
  7. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

Follow-up Procedure

Perform the following steps to ensure that trails on the subnet are consistent with the network design.

  1. On the main menu of the U2000, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail.
  2. On the Basic Settings tab, select the level of the service being queried for Level.
  3. Click Filter All.

    In Manage WDM Trail, Check whether the trails on the subnet being queried are consistent with the network design.

Configuring Automatic Laser Shutdown

Before configuring services on a smart line board, set the status of the laser on the board and the duration when the laser is enabled or disabled according to the service plan.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the target smart line board and choose Configuration > Automatic Laser Shutdown from the Function Tree.
  2. In the Automatic Laser Shutdown window, click Automatic Shutdown and enable or disable automatic laser shutdown for the port as planned.



  3. If you set Automatic Shutdown to Enabled, you can also set On Period(ms), Off Period(ms), or Continuously On-test Period(ms) as planned.
  4. Click Apply.

Configuring Virtual Interfaces and Mapping on a Per-NE Basis

Before configuring services on a smart line board, configure virtual SDH or PKT interfaces and mapping for the board according to the service plan.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Select the desired smart line board in NE Explorer and choose Configuration > Virtual Port Mapping Management from Function Tree.
  2. On the New Virtual Port tab page, add a virtual SDH or PKT interface according to the service plan, and click Add.

    Figure 3-75  Adding virtual SDH interfaces and mapping

    NOTE:

    If virtual SDH interfaces are added in a batch, ensure that the Level of all virtual interfaces are the same.

    Figure 3-76  Adding virtual PKT interfaces and mapping

  3. Click Mapped ODUk and select the desired ODUk mapping path.

    NOTE:

    To modify the mapping on a virtual interface, click Mapped ODUk and select the desired ODUk mapping path for the interface.

    Table 3-317  Parameters for adding virtual interfaces and mapping
    Parameters Values Remarks
    Type

    ETH and SDH

    Specifies the type of received/transmitted services.

    Level

    HUNS3:

    STM-16, STM-64

    Default value: STM-16

    HUND2:

    STM-16, STM-64

    Default value: STM-16

    Specifies the rate of received/transmitted services.

    Linkage with other parameters:

    This parameter can be set only when Port Type is set to SDH.

    Bandwidth

    GE, 10GE, nGE

    Default value: GE

    Specifies the bandwidth of received/transmitted services.

    Linkage with other parameters:

    This parameter can be set only when Port Type is set to ETH.

    Quantity

    1 to 32

    Default value: 1

    NOTE:

    The value range of this parameter depends on the number of configured virtual ports and the remaining available virtual port resources.

    Specifies the number of virtual interfaces to be added.

    Linkage with other parameters:

    When Port Type is set to SDH:

    • A maximum of four virtual interfaces are supported by HUNS3 and a maximum of two virtual interfaces are supported by HUND2 if Level is set to STM-64.
    • A maximum of eight virtual interfaces are supported by HUND2 and a maximum of 16 virtual interfaces are supported by HUNS3 if Level is set to STM-16.

    When Port Type is set to ETH:

    • A maximum of 16 virtual interfaces are supported by HUND2 and a maximum of 32 virtual interfaces are supported by HUNS3 if Bandwidth is set to GE.
    • A maximum of 16 virtual interfaces are supported by HUND2 and a maximum of 32 virtual interfaces are supported by HUNS3 if Bandwidth is set to nGE.
    • A maximum of 2 virtual interfaces are supported by HUND2 and a maximum of 4 virtual interfaces are supported by HUNS3 if Bandwidth is set to 10GE.
    Port Type

    ETH and SDH

    Specifies the type of received/transmitted services.

    Port
    • ETH: 40001 (V_ETH-1) to 40032 (V_ETH-32)
    • SDH: 51 (V_SDH-1) to 66 (V_SDH-16)

    Specifies the ID of a virtual interface.

    NOTE:

    SDH virtual ports are classified into four groups: 51(V_SDH-1) to 54(V_SDH-4), 55(V_SDH-5) to 58(V_SDH-8), 59(V_SDH-9) to 62(V_SDH-12), and 63(V_SDH-13) to 66(V_SDH-16). When configuring SDH virtual ports, observe the following requirements:

    • Only the following four SDH virtual ports can be provisioned with STM-64 services: 51(V_SDH-1), 55(V_SDH-5), 59(V_SDH-9), and 63(V_SDH-13).
    • In each group of SDH virtual ports, if one port is provisioned with an STM-16 service, the remaining ports cannot be provisioned with STM-64 services. For example, if an STM-16 service is configured on the 52(V_SDH-2) port, the remaining three ports cannot be provisioned with STM-64 services: 51(V_SDH-1), 53(V_SDH-3) and 54(V_SDH-4).
    • When configuring STM-16 services for the virtual ports, prefer to use the consecutive ports. For example, to configure STM-16 services on five of the SDH virtual ports, use 51(V_SDH-1), 52(V_SDH-2), 53(V_SDH-3), 54(V_SDH-4), and 55(V_SDH-5).
    Mapped ODUk

    The available mapping path is related to the type of universal line board, the port type and level/bandwidth that have been set.

    Specifies the ID of the physical port on which the ODUk mapped to a virtual interface resides.

    Occupied ODTUk Timeslots

    For example, 8

    Specifies the number of ODTUk timeslots occupied by the ODUk mapped to a virtual interface.

    Linkage with other parameters:

    This parameter can be set only when Port Type is set to ETH and the level of Mapped ODUk is ODUflex.

  4. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful.
  5. Click Close.

Follow-up Procedure

If the proportion between SDH services and PKT services on the smart line board needs to be adjusted, you can adjust the number of virtual interfaces as follows:

  1. Select a virtual interface and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  2. Add new virtual interfaces according to 1 to 5.

Configuring Virtual Interfaces and Mapping in End-to-end Mode

Before configuring services on a smart line board, configure virtual SDH or PKT interfaces and mapping for the board according to the service plan.

Prerequisites

Context

This configuration mode applies when all NEs on the network use smart line boards. It does not apply when one segment of the OCh path uses an OTU board, OTN tributary board, or OTN line board as a regeneration station or SDH cross-connections exist on the network.

Procedure

  1. Select Service > WDM Trail > Configure Service Mapping from the main menu.
  2. Set the subnet type to Ring subnet or Chain subnet.
  3. Double-click the NE for which service mapping needs to be set on the main topology on the right side.
  4. Click Query Server Trails of Segment.

  5. Click Trail Name in the table on the left side and select the OCh path.

  6. Set Service Mapping and Carried Service.



  7. Click Details. The details about service mapping are displayed in the lower right of the window.
  8. Click Channel to select the channel for service mapping.
  9. Click Configure. The selected service mapping is created by the NMS.

Follow-up Procedure

After service mapping has been configured, ODUk server layer paths are formed. Based on these paths, users can configure SDH service paths and packet service paths directly.

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