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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Process

Configuration Process

To meet the requirements for the broadcast data services between the monitoring host and the environment monitors, you need to configure the broadcast data services of NE1-NE4.

Prerequisites

The Creating the Network task must be completed.

You must be familiar with the information of Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation.

Precautions

When you configure broadcast data ports, ensure that the broadcast data ports are not looped. The optical ports that do not transmit broadcast data services cannot be configured as the broadcast data ports.

Procedure

  1. To configure the broadcast data service of NE1, do as follows:

    • Select NE1 in the NE Explorer, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree.
    • Click the Broadcast Data Port tab and set the parameters as listed in the following table. Then, click Apply. For the values of specified parameters, see Configuring Broadcast Data Interfaces.
      Parameter Value in This Example Description
      Overhead Byte SERIAL1 Selects the broadcast data channel that needs to be set. Selects one from SERIAL1, SERIAL2, SERIAL3, and SERIAL4, which correspond to the SERIAL1, SERIAL2, SERIAL3, and SERIAL4 bytes as shown in Figure 2-81. In this example, select SERIAL1.
      Working Mode RS232 Sets the working mode of the selected broadcast data port.
      Broadcast Data Source SERIAL1 Indicates the source channel of the broadcast data.
      Broadcast Data Sink 2-SL1D-1 and 1-SL1D-1 Indicates the sink channel of the broadcast data. In the broadcast mode, one broadcast data source can correspond to multiple broadcast data sinks.

  2. To configure the broadcast data service of NE2, do as follows:

    • Click the quick NE switching icon and select NE2. Click OK.
    • Select NE2 in the NE Explorer, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree.
    • Click the Broadcast Data Port tab and set the parameters as listed in the following table. Then, click Apply.
      Parameter Value in This Example Description
      Overhead Byte SERIAL1 Selects the broadcast data channel that needs to be set. The setting must be the same as the setting of NE1.
      Working Mode RS232 Sets the working mode of the selected broadcast data port.
      Broadcast Data Source 2-SL1D-1 Indicates the source channel of the broadcast data.
      Broadcast Data Sink 1-SL1D-1 and SERIAL1 Indicates the sink channel of the broadcast data. In the broadcast mode, one broadcast data source can correspond to multiple broadcast data sinks.

  3. To configure the broadcast data service of NE3, do as follows:

    • Click the quick NE switching icon and select NE3. Click OK.
    • Select NE3 in the NE Explorer, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree.
    • Click the Broadcast Data Port tab and set the parameters as listed in the following table. Then, click Apply.
      Parameter Value in This Example Description
      Overhead Byte SERIAL1 Selects the broadcast data channel that needs to be set. The setting must be the same as the setting of NE1.
      Working Mode RS232 Sets the working mode of the selected broadcast data port.
      Broadcast Data Source 2-SL1D-1 Indicates the source channel of the broadcast data.
      Broadcast Data Sink SERIAL1 Indicates the sink channel of the broadcast data.

  4. To configure the broadcast data service of NE4, do as follows:

    • Click the quick NE switching icon and select NE4. Click OK.
    • Select NE4 in the NE Explorer, and then choose Configuration > Orderwire from the Function Tree.
    • Click the Broadcast Data Port tab and set the parameters as listed in the following table. Then, click Apply.
      Parameter Value in This Example Description
      Overhead Byte SERIAL1 Selects the broadcast data channel that needs to be set. The setting must be the same as the setting of NE1.
      Working Mode RS232 Sets the working mode of the selected broadcast data port.
      Broadcast Data Source 1-SL1D-1 Indicates the source channel of the broadcast data.
      Broadcast Data Sink SERIAL1 Indicates the sink channel of the broadcast data.

  5. See Setting Network-Wide Performance Monitoring and enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs.
  6. Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see Backing Up the NE Data to the System Control Board.
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