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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuring the Orderwire Phone

Configuring the Orderwire Phone

The orderwire phone provides an important communication tool for maintenance personnel.

OptiX OSN 550 and OptiX OSN 580 support orderwire.

Configuring the Orderwire

The orderwire provides a dedicated communications channel that the network maintenance personnel can use in the case of emergencies. You can configure the orderwire after configuring the NEs and boards on the U2000.

Prerequisites

You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.

Precautions

Take the following precautions when configuring orderwire for the OptiX OSN 550/580:

  • AUX boards should be configured on equipment network-wide. If AUX boards are not configured on transit nodes, configure the transit nodes to transparently transmit E1/E2 bytes configured for orderwire.
  • If smart line boards are used, configure orderwire calls to be transmitted through E1 bytes network-wide.
  • Addressing calls do not support fiber-cut protection.
  • When the OptiX OSN 550/580 is interconnected with s OptiX OSN 1500/3500/7500/7500 II equipment, the orderwire overheads of the OptiX OSN 550/580 must be E1 bytes.
  • When the orderwire board on a conversation node is warm or cold reset, a system control board is warm or cold reset, or a switchover occurs between the active and standby system control boards, an addressing call is interrupted. In this case, hang up and make a call again.
  • An addressing call will be interrupted if an intermediate node transmitting orderwire calls is faulty. The faults include a reset on the orderwire board, NE power-off, and fiber-optic fault.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, click the NE, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree. Click the General tab.

  2. Click Query to query the related NE-side information.
  3. Set Call Waiting Time(s), Telephone No. and the orderwire ports.

    NOTE:
    • Call Waiting Time should be set to the same value for all NEs that are involved in the orderwire communication. When the number of NEs is less than 30, set Call Waiting Time to 5s. Otherwise, set Call Waiting Time to 9s.
    • The orderwire phone numbers must be unique to each other in the same orderwire network.
    • Set the length of the telephone number according to the actual requirements. The maximum length is eight digits and the minimum length is three digits. In the same orderwire network, the number lengths of the orderwire phone numbers must be the same.
    • The length of the telephone number must be the same as the length of the conference call number.

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

Configuring the Conference Calls

The conference calls ensure one or more dedicated communication channels that the network maintenance personnel can use in the case of emergencies.

Prerequisites

You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Precaution
  • The conference call numbers for all the NEs must be the same, and must have the same length as the corresponding orderwire phone numbers. If the orderwire phone number has four digits, it is recommended that you set the conference call number to 9999.

  • When the OptiX OSN 550/580 is interconnected with s OptiX OSN 1500/3500/7500/7500 II equipment, the orderwire overheads of the OptiX OSN 550/580 must be E1 bytes.
  • The conference call can be ended only when the caller hangs off or the one-hour conference booking times out.
  • If a new or recovered node joins in an ongoing conference call, the new or recovered node becomes a caller, together with the original caller of the conference call. If any caller hangs off, the conference call ends.
    NOTE:
    Nodal faults may be triggered by resetting or reseating the orderwire board, or power-off resetting the NE.
  • If the caller's node (the only one) is faulty during a conference call, a callee cannot end the conference call but has to: 1. Wait for the recovery of the caller's node, and the caller initiates a call to recover the conference call. Then, the caller hangs up to end the call. 2. Wait for one hour and the conference call will automatically ends.
  • When some nodes on the network are participating in a conference call, the conference call is interrupted when other nodes participate in an addressing call.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree. Click the Conference Call tab.
  2. Click Query to query the conference call configuration of the NE.
  3. In the Available Conference Call Port pane, select the port where you need to configure a conference call, and click .

    NOTE:

    If the optical interfaces that support conference calls form a loop, howler tone is generated. Hence, "releasing loop" is required, that is, only one optical port can be set for the conference calls on a certain node.

  4. Click Apply. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful.
  5. Click Close.
  6. Click the General tab. Set the Conference Call number.

    NOTE:

    The conference call numbers for all the NEs must be the same, and must have the same length as the corresponding orderwire phone numbers. If the orderwire phone number has four digits, it is recommended that you set the conference call number to 9999.

  7. Click Apply.
Example
You can follow the sample configuration to prevent a conference call loop.

As shown in the preceding figure, if conference calls are configured for all optical interfaces, howler tone is generated. You can configure a conference call for the optical interface NE3-2-SL4D-2 only, instead of the optical interface NE3-2-SL4D-1.

Configuring Orderwire Phones

This topic describes the parameters that are used for configuring orderwire phones.

Table 2-1 lists the parameters that are used for configuring orderwire phones.

Table 2-1  Parameters for configuring orderwire phones

Field

Value Range

Description

Call Waiting Time(s)

1-9

Default value: 9

The Call Waiting Time(s) parameter specifies the timeout period of searching an orderwire route. If the period of searching an orderwire route exceeds the specified value, the orderwire phone changes to the busy tone status.

Recommendations:

For all the network elements (NEs) that communicate with each other over the orderwire phone, this parameter must be set to the same value.

  • If the number of NEs is less than 30, usually, set the value to 5 seconds.
  • If the number of NEs is not less than 30, usually, set the value to 9 seconds.

Generally, set it to the default value (namely, 9 seconds).

Dialing Mode

Pulse, Dual-Tone Frequency

Default: Dual-Tone Frequency

Displays the dialing mode of the orderwire phone.

Conference Call

100-99999999

Default value: 999

The Conference Call parameter specifies the phone numbers of networkwide orderwire conference calls.

Recommendations:
  • For orderwire conference calls on the entire network, the phone number must be the same.
  • The length of an orderwire conference call number can be set as required. The value range is 3-8.
  • The length of an orderwire conference call number must be consistent with that of the addressing call number.

Phone 1, Phone 2, Phone 3

100-99999999

Default value: 101

NOTE:

OptiX OSN 550/580 equipment only supports Phone 1.

The Phone parameter specifies the phone numbers of orderwire addressing calls. An addressing call refers to a point-to-point call.

Specifies the phone numbers of up to two orderwire phones supported by the overheads. Certain equipment supports one orderwire phone only. In this case, phones 2 and 3 are not required. If the value is null, the delivered configuration does not indicate that the corresponding data on the NE side needs to be cleared, but indicates that the corresponding data on the NE side is not changed.

Recommendations:
  • The phone numbers of orderwire addressing calls cannot be duplicate within the same subnet.
  • The length of an orderwire call number can be set as required. The value range is 3-8. Within the same orderwire network, the length of orderwire call numbers must be consistent for each node.
  • The length of phone numbers used to make orderwire addressing calls must be consistent with that of conference call numbers.
Association with other parameters:

If the length of an orderwire phone number is set to another value, the orderwire addressing call number is changed to the default phone number that maps the length.

For example, if the length of a phone number is set to contain three digits, the addressing call number is changed to the default number 101. If the length of the phone number is set to contain four digits, the addressing call number is changed to the default number 1001, and the rest may be deduced by analogy.

Selected Orderwire Port

Slot ID-Board Name-Port ID (Port Name)

Specifies the port on the line board for orderwire phone transmission.

Available Orderwire Port

Available Orderwire Port

Default value: Slot ID-Board Name-Port ID

The Available Orderwire Port parameter specifies whether the optical interface is used to make orderwire calls.

Value description:

Indicates the available optical interface of a board in a slot, which is used to set orderwire calls.

  • Bid indicates the slot number of the board used to set orderwire calls.
  • BidType indicates the name of the board used to set orderwire calls.
  • PortID indicates the number of the optical interface on the board used to set orderwire calls.

Available Conference Call Port

Available Orderwire Port

Default value: Slot ID-Board Name-Port ID

The Available Conference Call Port parameter specifies whether the optical interface is used to make conference calls.

Value description:
  • Bid indicates the slot number of the board used to set orderwire calls.
  • BidType indicates the name of the board used to set orderwire calls.
  • PortID indicates the number of the optical interface on the board used to set orderwire calls.

Selected Conference Call Port

Slot ID-Board Name-Port ID (Port Name)

Specifies the port on the line board for conference call transmission.

Orderwire Occupied Bytes

E1, E2

Default: E1

Specifies orderwire occupied bytes.

NOTE:
Smart line board only supports E1 orderwire occupied bytes.
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