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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.

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Service Configuration

Service Configuration

Creating services by specifying WDM trails can achieve end-to-end (E2E) service configuration. Compared with service configuration by station, E2E service configuration simplifies the configuration process and ensures correct operations.

WDM Trails

This section provides the concept, types, and related information of WDM trails.

Currently, the U2000 provides OTN trail models in compliance with ITU-T G.872. OTN trails include the following types:
  • Client trails
  • ODUk trails
  • OTUk trails
  • OCh trails
  • OMS trails
  • OTS trails
  • OSC trails
NOTE:
  • The first six types of OTN trails are related with services while OSC trails are only related with supervisory optical signals.
  • OTS trails cannot be deleted on the U2000. Instead, they can be deleted only by removing fiber connections.

Trail Model

Figure 2-1 shows the relationships between different trail types and locations.

Figure 2-1 WDM trails

Configuration Process

WDM trails are closely related and created in a hierarchical order. A user can directly create client trails without creating electrical-layer server trails. Electrical-layer server trails are automatically generated after client trails are created, reducing the number of trail creation times. This topic describes how to configure WDM services using E2E trails.

Configuration Process Description

Figure 2-2 Configuration flowchart

Table 2-1 describes the configuration steps.

Table 2-1 Configuration process
No. Step Description
1 Configuring the port type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The port type is set based on the optical module in use.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Setting the Port Type.
2 Configure the board mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Select the line mode or relay mode.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Board Mode.
3 Create/Search for OCh trails.

Mandatory

OCh trails that traverse dynamic OADMs must be manually created and those that do not traverse dynamic OADMs already exist and can be searched out.

  • Parameter settings: During OCh trail creation, check and configure the wavelengths of the line board so that the configured wavelengths are the same as the actual wavelengths.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating OCh Trails and Searching for WDM Trails.
4 Create Client trails.

Mandatory

Create Client trails on the tributary board.

  • Parameter settings:
    • Service type: Service transmission is possible only when Service Type for WDM ports is consistent with the type of the transmitted service.
    • Working mode: When a board applicable for multiple scenarios is used, Working Mode must be set for the ports of the board based on the actual application scenario to achieve different service mapping paths. For details, see Configuring the Working Mode.
    • Port rate: When the N401P/N402P board is used, port rate must be set.
      NOTE:
      Before you set the port rate for the N401P/N402P board, ensure that the license with corresponding capacity is configured. For details, see Setting License or Loading RTU.
    • Configuring the FEC type: Configuring the FEC type in Port Attributes Setting to ensure that the values of FEC type of the interconnected boards in the upstream and downstream directions are the same.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Client Trails.

Configuration Tasks

This topic describes the basic operations during service configuration in End-to-End (E2E) mode.

Creating OCh Trails

The U2000 supports creating OCh trails in an end-to-end (E2E) mode. After you specify the source and sink of a service, the U2000 can generate an OCh trail directly.

Prerequisites

You are an NMS user with "Operator Group" privilege or higher.

The logical fiber connections on the trail must be established.

Background Information

Figure 2-3 Introduction to OCh trails

  • When Board Mode of a regenerator board is set to Electrical Relay Mode, the OCh trail is terminated on the regenerator board. For example, for a service traversing a regenerator board, as shown in Figure 2-4, four unidirectional OCh trails are generated using the E2E trail management function.

    Figure 2-4 OCh trails of a service that traversing an electrical regenerator board

  • When Board Mode of a regenerator board is set to Optical Relay Mode, a complete bidirectional OCh trail is generated using the E2E trail management function. Figure 2-5 shows the OCh trail.

    Figure 2-5 OCh trail of a service that traversing an optical regenerator board

NOTE:
  • If the Auto Calculation check box is selected during trail creation, route calculation is triggered when you specify the source, sink, or route constraints, or configure protection. If the route calculation is successful, the calculation result can be queried in the topology view and the server route list; otherwise, an error message is displayed indicating the failure causes.
  • If the Auto Calculation check box is deselected, routes are not automatically calculated when you create a trail. You can click Calculate Route to check the correctness of a route.
  • After an optical cross-connection is created for an MCS0816 board, view the WDM interface attribute McsSwitch Status of the MCS0816 board. If the value is on, the optical cross-connection is successfully created and services are normal. If the value is off, the optical cross-connection is successfully created and the OCh trail search succeeds, but services are unavailable and an MCS_SWITCH_BLOCKED alarm is reported. The possible cause is as follows: When two optical cross-connections to the same sink port are created, the actual wavelengths on the two source ports are the same, causing a conflict.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Procedure

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

  2. In the displayed window, set Level to OCh.
  3. Click Browse on the right side of the Source field. In the displayed dialog box, select the required NE and specify a port on the NE as the source port of the E2E trail. Then use the same procedure to specify the sink port.

    NOTE:
    If the message "There is no server trail between the source and the sink" is displayed, check the following information with the design document:
    • Wavelength and band settings for the source and sink ports of the OCh trail
    • Logical fiber connections for the source and sink ports of the OCh trail

    If any of this information is incorrect, the OCh trail fails to be created.

  4. Optional: If the routes that are automatically computed are different from the planned ones, you must specify route constraints.
    • Method 1: Specify route constraints in the Create WDM Trails window.
      1. Click the Explicit Link tab. Right-click the blank area and choose Add from the shortcut menu. In the Add Explicit Link window, you can search for the existing server trails and set them as the explicit links of the trails to be created.
      2. Click the Explicit Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction or Add Board/Port Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE, a board or a port and set them as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created.
        NOTE:

        When the E2E trail traverses an optical regeneration site, you must specify the INx/OUTx port on the optical regeneration board that the forward trail traverses and the INx/OUTx port on the optical regeneration board that the reverse trail traverses.

      3. Click the Excluded Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE and set it as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created.
    • Method 2: You can also specify route constraints in the topology view. When you create a service, the server links of the OMS level are automatically filtered and displayed in green in the topology view. After routes are successfully calculated, the working route is displayed in blue between the source and sink NEs.

      1. Specify the explicit link. Click a server link in green between the source and sink NEs. In the dialog box that is displayed, specify the explicit server trails of all levels for the service. Click the trail again to cancel the selection.
      2. Specify the explicit node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Explicit Node > NE or Set Explicit Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created. This selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.
      3. Specify the excluded node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Excluded Node > NE or Set Excluded Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created. The selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.
  5. After the trail computation is complete, the server-layer route information of the to-be-created trail and the port attribute list are displayed at the bottom of the topology view.

    • Click the Server Layer Route Details tab to view the server-layer route information of the working and protection trails.
    • Click the Port Attributes Settings tab to view and modify the port attributes of the to-be-created trail and its server-layer trails.

      For the parameter description, see Port Attributes.

  6. Optional: Before deploying the configuration of a service, you can perform the following operations as required.

    • Select the Activate the Trail check box. The trail is then delivered to the NE layer after it is created successfully. Otherwise, the trail configuration data is saved only on the U2000.
    • If the network design clearly specifies that the OPA function is not required, in the OPA Mode dialog box, set the optical power adjustment mode to Manual for the OCh trail to be created.

  7. Click Apply to complete the trail settings. The Create Trail dialog box is displayed, which shows the trail creation progress. Wait until the Operation Result dialog box displays the message Operation succeeded.
  8. Click Close to close the dialog box.

Troubleshooting

If route computation fails during the trail creation, a dialog box indicating a route computation failure will be displayed on the U2000. Click Analyze Route to analyze the root cause based on the information displayed in Route Fault Analysis.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the new trails, click Browse Trail in the Operation Result dialog box. The new trails are displayed in the Manage WDM Trail window.

Creating ODUk Trails

The U2000 supports creating ODUk trails in an end-to-end mode. After you specify the source and sink of a service, the U2000 automatically searches for the server trail and creates the ODUk trail.

Prerequisites

You are an NMS user with "Operator Group" privilege or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Background Information

  • If the Auto Calculation check box is selected during trail creation, route calculation is triggered when you specify the source, sink, or route constraints, or configure protection. If the route calculation is successful, the calculation result can be queried in the topology view and the server route list; otherwise, an error message is displayed indicating the failure causes.
  • If the Auto Calculation check box is deselected, routes are not automatically calculated when you create a trail. You can click Calculate Route to check the correctness of a route.

Procedure

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

  2. In the displayed window, set Level to the required ODUk level, for example, ODU1.

    NOTE:
    • When Level is set to ODU2 or ODU3, the Rate parameter has two values: Standard Mode and Speedup Mode. When the WDM-side signal is OTU2e or OTU3e, or when the client-side signal is 10GE LAN and Port Mapping is set to Bit Transparent Mapping (11.1 G) for the client-side port, set this parameter to Speedup Mode. In any other cases, set this parameter to Standard Mode.
    • When the trail level is ODUflex, set Service Type to the same value as the service type configured in the NE Explorer. To configure 10GE LAN/100GE->ODUflex services, you must set Service Type to PACKET.
    • When Service Type is set to PACKET, parameters Timeslots and Work Timeslots must be specified.
      • Timeslots: sets the planned service timeslot.
      • Work Timeslots: sets the actually used service timeslot. The value of Work Timeslots must be less than or equal to that of Timeslots. After the trail creation is completed, the value of Work Timeslots can be modified. For details about the modification method, see Adjusting Service Timeslots.

  3. Click Browse to the right of the Source field. In the displayed Select Board Port-Source dialog box, select the required NE and specify a port on the NE as the source port of the E2E trail.

    NOTE:
    In the Select Board Port-Source window, click Working Mode Setting to set Working mode for the port when using the board that supports multiple application scenarios.

    Then use the same procedure to specify the sink port.

  4. Optional: If the routes that are automatically computed are different from the planned ones, you must specify route constraints.
    • Method 1: Specify route constraints in the Create WDM Trails window.
      1. Click the Explicit Link tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add from the shortcut menu. In the Add Explicit Link window, search for the existing server trails and set them as the explicit links of the trails to be created. Select the Select Channel check box and select the channels for the explicit links. If no channel is selected for the explicit links, the U2000 automatically calculates route channels.
      2. Click the Explicit Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction or Add Board/Port Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE, a board or a port and set them as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created.
      3. Click the Excluded Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE and set it as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created.
    • Method 2: You can also specify route constraints in the topology view. When you create a service, the server links of the OCh level are automatically filtered and displayed in green in the topology view. After routes are successfully calculated, the working route is displayed in blue between the source and sink NEs.

      1. Specify the explicit link. Click a server link in green between the source and sink NEs. In the dialog box that is displayed, specify the explicit server link for the service.

        Select the Select Channel check box and select the channels for the explicit links. If no channel is selected for the explicit links, the U2000 automatically calculates route channels.

      2. Specify the explicit node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Explicit Node > NE or Set Explicit Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created. The selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.
      3. Specify the excluded node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Excluded Node > NE or Set Excluded Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created. The selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.
  5. After the trail computation is complete, the server-layer route information of the to-be-created trail, the list of new dynamic cross-connections, and the port attribute list are displayed at the bottom of the topology view.

    • Click the Server Layer Route Details tab to view the server-layer route information of the working and protection trails.
    • Click the Create Cross-Connection tab to view new dynamic cross-connections.

      The user can modify the level of the pass-through cross-connections on the intermediate pass-through node by selecting a value from the Traversal Level drop-down list. The default level is the smallest granularity.

    • Click the Port Attributes Settings tab to view and modify the port attributes of the to-be-created trail and its server-layer trails, excluding the port attributes of the OMS and OTS trails.

      For the parameter description, see Port Attributes.

  6. Optional: Select the Activate the Trail check box. The trail is then delivered to the NE layer after it is created successfully. Otherwise, the trail configuration data is saved only on the U2000.
  7. Click Apply to complete the trail settings. The Create Trail dialog box is displayed, showing the trail creation progress. Wait until the Operation Result dialog box displays the message Operation succeeded.
  8. Click Close to close the dialog box.

Troubleshooting

If route computation fails during the trail creation, a dialog box indicating a route computation failure will be displayed on the U2000. Click Analyze Route to analyze the root cause based on the information displayed in Route Fault Analysis.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the new trails, click Browse Trail in the Operation Result dialog box. The new trails are displayed in the Manage WDM Trail window.

Creating Client Trails

After OCh trails are created, you can create client trails that traverse different layers on the U2000. The ODUk trails are automatically generated during the creation of client trails.

Prerequisites

You are an NMS user with "Operator Group" privilege or higher.

An OCh trail has been configured.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Background Information

  • When OTUk services are used both on the source and sink, client trails cannot be created and managed in E2E mode.
  • If the Auto Calculation check box is selected during trail creation, route calculation is triggered when you specify the source, sink, or route constraints, or configure protection. If the route calculation is successful, the calculation result can be queried in the topology view and the server route list; otherwise, an error message is displayed indicating the failure causes.
  • If the Auto Calculation check box is deselected, routes are not automatically calculated when you create a trail. You can click Calculate Route to check the correctness of a route.

Procedure

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

  2. In the displayed window, set Level to Client.

  3. Select the required service rate from the Rate field according to the information in the design document.

  4. Configure the source port and sink port.
    1. Click Browse to the right of the Source field. In the displayed dialog box, select the required NE and specify a port on the NE as the source port of the E2E trail.
    2. Optional: If the board where the source port is located is applicable for multiple application scenarios, click Working Mode Setting to set the working mode of the source port based on the network planning.
    3. Click OK.

    Then use the same procedure to specify the sink port.

  5. Optional: If the routes that are automatically computed are different from the planned ones, you must specify route constraints.

    • Method 1: Specify route constraints in the Create WDM Trails window.
      1. Click the Explicit Link tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add from the shortcut menu. In the Add Explicit Link window, search for the existing server trails and set them as the explicit links of the trails to be created. Select the Select Channel check box and select the channels for the explicit links. If no channel is selected for the explicit links, the U2000 automatically calculates route channels.
      2. Click the Explicit Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction or Add Board/Port Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE, a board or a port and set them as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created.
      3. Click the Excluded Node tab. Right-click in a blank area and choose Add NE Restriction from the shortcut menu. In the window that is displayed, you can search for an NE and set it as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created.
    • Method 2: You can also specify route constraints in the topology view. When you create a service, the server links of the OCh level are automatically filtered and displayed in green in the topology view. After routes are successfully calculated, the working route is displayed in blue between the source and sink NEs.

      1. Specify the explicit link. Click a server link in green between the source and sink NEs. In the dialog box that is displayed, specify the explicit server link for the service.

        Select the Select Channel check box and select the channels for the explicit links. If no channel is selected for the explicit links, the U2000 automatically calculates route channels.

      2. Specify the explicit node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Explicit Node > NE or Set Explicit Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the explicit nodes for the trails to be created. The selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.
      3. Specify the excluded node. Right-click the desired NE, choose Set Excluded Node > NE or Set Excluded Node > Board/Port from the shortcut menu, and set an NE, a board or a port as the excluded nodes for the trails to be created. The selected NE is marked with . Double-click the NE again to cancel the selection.

  6. After the trail computation is complete, the server-layer route information of the to-be-created trail, the list of new dynamic cross-connections, and the port attribute list are displayed at the bottom of the topology view.

    • Click the Server Layer Route Details tab to view the server-layer route information of the working and protection trails.
    • Click the Create Cross-Connection tab to view new dynamic cross-connections.

      The user can modify the level of the pass-through cross-connections on the intermediate pass-through node by selecting a value from the Traversal Level drop-down list. The default level is the smallest granularity.

    • Click the Port Attributes Settings tab to view and modify the port attributes of the to-be-created trail and its server-layer trails, excluding the port attributes of the OMS and OTS trails. For the parameter description, see Port Attributes.

  7. Optional: Select the Activate the Trail check box. The trail is then delivered to the NE layer after it is created successfully. Otherwise, the trail configuration data is saved only on the U2000.
  8. Click Apply to complete the trail settings. The Create Trail dialog box is displayed, showing the trail creation progress. Wait until the Operation Result dialog box displays the message Operation succeeded.
  9. Click Close to close the dialog box.

Troubleshooting

If route computation fails during the trail creation, a dialog box indicating a route computation failure will be displayed on the U2000. Click Analyze Route to analyze the root cause based on the information displayed in Route Fault Analysis.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the new trails, click Browse Trail in the Operation Result dialog box. The new trails are displayed in the Manage WDM Trail window.

Searching for WDM Trails

After fibers are connected and services are configured on the WDM equipment, 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 NMS user with "Maintenance Group" privilege or higher.
  • Logical fiber connections have been configured correctly.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

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

  1. In the Main Topology view, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the Main Menu.
  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.

Activating WDM Trails

For the unactivated trail, activate the trail and enable the service on the trail according to the trail data saved on the NMS.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The Client, ODUk, OTUk, or OCh trail has been searched or created.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the Main Menu.
  2. The Set Trail Browse Filter Criteria dialog box is displayed. Set the filter criteria and view the desired trails in the trail list.

    NOTE:
    • If you need to filter all the trails, click Filter All.
    • If you need to add to the list more trails that match the requirement, click Incremental Filter.
    • To search the existing trails using new filter criteria, click Secondary Filter.

  3. Select one or more unactivated trails, right-click and choose Active from the shortcut menu.

    NOTE:
    For an OCh trail, you can choose Active or Active(with Attenuation Restored) to activate the trail.
    • Active indicates that the modifiable optical attenuation is the default one after the OCh trail is activated.
    • Active (with Attenuation Restored) indicates that the modifiable optical attenuation is the one set on the NMS before the trail is activated on an activated OCh trail.

  4. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click Yes. The displayed Result dialog box indicates that the operation is successful.
  5. Click Close.

Deactivating WDM Trails

For an activated service, you can deactivate the trail according to the trail data saved on the U2000 to release the occupied trail resources.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • A client, ODUk, or OCh trail has been searched out or created, and the trail service is in the activated state.

Precautions

The deactivation operation may interrupt services.

Tools, Equipment and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the Main Menu.
  2. The Set Trail Browse Filter Criteria dialog box is displayed. Set the filter criteria and view the desired trails in the trail list.

    NOTE:
    • If you need to filter all the trails, click Filter All.
    • If you need to add to the list more trails that match the requirement, click Incremental Filter.
    • To search the existing trails using new filter criteria, click Secondary Filter.

  3. Select one or more unactivated trails, right-click and choose Deactive from the shortcut menu.
  4. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click OK. The displayed Result dialog box indicates that the operation is successful.
  5. Click Close.

Adjusting Service Timeslots

After ODUflex trails are created, you can adjust service timeslots for the ODUflex trails as required.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NMS user with the Maintenance Group rights or higher.
  • During the creation of an ODUflex trail on the network where E212/E124/E401 and U401 boards are used, service timeslots can be adjusted only when Service Type of the ODUflex trail is set to PACKET and Work Timeslot is configured for the ODUflex trail.

Context

  • Service timeslots cannot be adjusted for the trail whose parameter Adjust Status is Adjusting.
    NOTE:
    The value of parameter Adjust Status can be Adjust succeed, Adjust failed, or Adjusting.
  • Service timeslots cannot be adjusted for the trail whose parameter Service Status is Inactive.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Procedure

  1. Choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu.
  2. Select appropriate filter criteria for trail searching. Then select and right-click an ODUflex trail and choose Adjust Service Timeslot from the shortcut menu.
  3. In the Adjust Service Timeslot dialog box, select and right-click a desired trail and choose Ready Adjust Timeslot from the shortcut menu.
  4. Set Work Timeslot.

    The specified value of Work Timeslot must be greater than or equal to the actually used working timeslot. Otherwise, service packets may be lost.

Follow-up Procedure

In the Adjust Service Timeslot dialog box, select and right-click a desired trail and choose Query Adjust Status from the shortcut menu.

Parameters

End to End Service Configuration

In this user interface, you can configure WDM trails.

Parameters

Value

Description

Level

OCh, ODU0, ODU1, ODU2, ODU3, ODU4, ODUflex, Client

Specifies the level of a trail.

Rate

For example: GE

Selects the service type.

Direction

Bidirectional, Unidirectional

Selects the service direction.

SPC First

Checked, Unchecked

When checked, you can create ASON-WDM trail, if the trail passes through the ASON domain.

OVPN Customer

For example, Shared Resource

Indicates the OVPN customer of the WDM ASON trail.

NOTE:
This parameter is displayed only when you set Level to OCh and Direction to Bidirectional, and check SPC First.

Source

For example: NE6-shelf0-21-T216-1(RX1/TX1)

Selects the source of the route.

Sink

For example: NE7-shelf0-21-T216-1(RX1/TX1)

Selects the sink of the route.

Trail Setting

Explicit Link

-

Specifies the explicit server link for the trail to be created.

Explicit Node

For example: NE7

Specifies the explicit NE for the trail to be created.

Excluded Node

For example: NE7

Indicates the excluded node of the trail.

Platinum Service Group

-

Indicates the reference trail selected when the platinum service of the trail is created.

Route Constraint

Source-Sink-Channel Occupied-Working/Protection

Indicates the calculation result of available trails.

Auto-Calculation

Checked, Unchecked

Calculates routes automatically when you select this parameter.

Protection Setting

Node list

Dual-Fed Point

To set or cancel the dual-fed point, right-click the NE on the topology and select Set Dual-Feed Point or Cancel Dual-Feed Point from the shortcut menu.

Selective-Receiving Point

To set or cancel the selective-receiving point, right-click the NE on the topology and select Set Selective-Receiving Point or Cancel Selective-Receiving Point from the shortcut menu.

SNCP Parameter of Dual Fed Point

Specifies the SNCP parameter of the dual fed point.

SNCP Parameter of Selective Receiving Point

Specifies the SNCP parameter of the selective receiving point.

Set SNCP Parameter

SNCP Type

Specifies the SNCP type. For example, SNC/N.

OTN Level

Specifies the OTN level. For example, TCM1.

Route Information

Source-Sink-Channel Occupied-Working/Protection

Indicates the calculation result of available trail.

General Attributes

Name

Source NE-sink NE-trail level-trail suffix

Indicates the name of a trail.

Order No

Character string

Specifies the order number of the trail.

Remarks

Character string

Adds the remarks.

ID

For example: 1

Specifies the trail ID.

Specify Route Channel

Source

For example: NE6

Indicates the source of the server layer trail.

Sink

For example: NE7

Indicates the sink of the server layer trail.

Server Layer Trail Name

Source-Sink-Trail Level-Trail NO

Indicates the name of the server layer trail.

Server Layer Trail

For example: 5

Indicates the channel that the trail occupies.

Channel

For example: 1

Sets the channel occupied by the trail.

Direction

For example: Bidirectional

Indicates the service direction.

Route Description

Negative Working, Positive Working

Indicates the route description.

NE List

For example: NE1

Indicates the NE that the trail traverses.

Wavelength

For example: 1/1529.16/196.050

Indicates the operating wavelength.

Select the included server trail

Source/Sink

For example: NE6-shelf0-21-52TOM-3(RX1/TX1)-1

Indicates the source/sink of a server trail.

Level

For example: OCh

Indicates the level of the server trail.

Trail Name

Source NE-Sink NE-Trail Level-Trail Suffix

Indicates the name of a server trail.

NE List

For example: NE6;NE7

Indicates the NE that a server trail passes through.

Route Description

Positive, Negative

Indicates the route information.

Wavelength

For example: 1\1560.61\192.100

Specifies the optical channel occupied by the trail.

Activate the trail

Checked, Unchecked

Applies trail configuration to the NE so that the service takes effect on the NE.

Copy after Creation

-

Creates multiple trails whose share the same routes but have different channels.

Set Optical Power After Creation

-

Switches to the Query Relevant Optical Power window to view the relevant optical power.

Port Attribute Setting

When creating a WDM trail, you can directly modify the attributes of the port for the trail and its server trails.

Navigation Path

When creating a WDM trail, click the Port Attribute Settings tab after route calculation.

Parameters

Domain Range Description
Port For example: NE1-shelf0-2-V1N216-1(IN1/OUT1) Indicates the port of a trail.
FEC Enable Status Enabled, Disabled Specifies whether the board performs FEC processing on data.
FEC Type FEC,AFEC,STDFEC,OFF,HFEC,SDFEC Indicates the type of FEC.
FC Internal Working Mode Normal Mode, Special Mode Indicates the FC internal working mode.
Timeslot Configuration Mode Assign random, Assign consecutive Indicates the timeslot allocation mode.
Distance Extension Enable Status Enabled, Disabled Enables and disables the FC distance extension. This parameter is available only for FC-100, FC-200, and C-400 service types.
Channel Status Used, Unused Indicates the channel status of a port. If the channel is in the Unused state, the NE does not report any alarm of the port. You can set Channel Status to Used only after Automatic Laser Shutdown is set to Disabled.
NOTE:
  • You can only modify the channel status of a physical port. The channel status of a physical port on the client side, such as RX/TX, is automatically set after a trail is created, duplicated, modified, or deleted. After a trail is created or duplicated, the channel status of the port is automatically set to Used. When a trail is deleted, the channel status of the port is automatically set to Unused.
  • After a trail is modified, the channel status of the new port is automatically set to Used and the channel status of the previous port is automatically set to Unused. The channel status of a physical port on the WDM side, such as IN/OUT, is not automatically set when a trail is created, duplicated, deleted, or modified.
Laser Status Open, Close Specifies the status of a laser.
Automatic Laser Shutdown Enabled, Disabled Specifies whether to shut down the laser automatically. If auto-shutdown is set, when the received signal is lost, the laser shuts down automatically, so that the laser service life is extended and body injury is avoided.
Port Mapping Bit Transparent Mapping(11.1G), MAC Transparent Mapping(10.7G), MAC Transparent Mapping(10.7G) Support 1588, Bit Transparent Mapping(10.7G), Encapsulated to FEC5G, Encapsulated to OTU5G, GFP_OTU2, SDH_OTU2 Indicates the flow control mode of a trail to which that services at this port are mapped.
LPT Enabled Enabled, Disabled Enables or disables the LPT function for an EPL service.
Max. Packet Length 1518 to 9600 Specifies the maximum packet length of the data. Any packet exceeding this length is discarded.
Line Rate Standard Mode, Speedup Mode, Standard Mode 11.3G, 10.7G(Special) Sets the rate of the line-side port.
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