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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Configuring the Board of OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack

Configuring the Board of OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack

Configuring the TN52TOM Board

A TN52TOM board can work in cascading or non-cascading mode and be configured with different port working modes. Based on different working modes, the TN52TOM board is applicable to 5 scenarios. You need to configure the TN52TOM board by station on the NMS for the 5 application scenarios.

Overview of the Working Modes

Each port on the TN52TOM board can work in different modes so that services can be processed on different paths.

Board Working mode

The TN52TOM boards support the cascading and non-cascading modes. In cascading mode, the total client service rate for each TOM board must be less than or equal to 2.5 Gbit/s. In non-cascading mode, the total client service rate for each TOM board must be less than or equal to 10 Gbit/s. When working in cascading mode, each TOM board can map a maximum of eight client services into one ODU0/ODU1 signal. When working in non-cascading mode, it can map a maximum of four client services into one ODU0/ODU1 signal.
  • The cascading mode is recommended if more than four client services have to be mapped into one ODU1 or ODU0 signal.
  • The non-cascading mode is recommended if four or less client services have to be mapped into one ODU1 or ODU0 signal.

Configuration Flow

Twelve port working modes are available for the TN52TOM board on the NMS. All of these modes require configurations.

Figure 2-78 shows the general configuration flow for the port working modes on the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-78 Configuration flow
The actions that are labeled "optional" in the preceding figure are required only in specific scenarios. The following provides the details:
  • Configure the service mode:
    • If the service type is OTU1, set Service Mode to OTN Mode for the port.
    • If the service type is any other service, retain the default value CLIENT Mode for the port.
  • Configure the cross-connections between AnyLP ports:
    • This operation is mandatory for scenario 4 ODU1_ANY_ODU0_ODU1 re-encapsulation mode (non-cascading).
    • This operation is not required for any other scenarios.
  • Configure intra-board 1+1 protection:
    • This operation is mandatory for the application of "dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side" in the Tributary-Line Mode.
    • This operation is not required for any other scenarios.

Scenario 1: ODU0 tributary-line mode (cascading)

This section describes the configuration process for the TN52TOM board that works in cascading mode with its ports working in ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

Application Diagram

Figure 2-79 lists two conditions in which the TN52TOM board works in cascading ODU0 tributary-line mode. Perform the configurations according to the network plan.
  • Dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of six services on the client side. The other two client-side ports work as WDM-side ports, selectively receiving services.
  • Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of seven services on the client side. The other client-side port works as a WDM-side port.
Figure 2-79 Position of the TN52TOM in a WDM system (scenario 1: Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-80 shows the cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-80 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 1: Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1)

The dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side:

The single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the TN52TOM board.

    Set Board Working Mode to Cascading mode, and Port Working Mode to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Board Working Mode pane, click Board Working Mode, and set it to Cascading mode.

    3. Click Apply.
    4. In the Port Working Mode pane, double-click Port Working Mode, and set it to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

    5. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that have been set.
  2. Set the port type.

    NOTE:
    In cascading mode, only RX7/TX7 and RX8/TX8 can be used as the WDM-side optical ports.
    • For the application of the single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side, set RX7/TX7 or RX8/TX8 as the WDM-side optical port.
    • For the application of the dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side, set both RX7/TX7 and RX8/TX8 as the WDM-side optical ports.

    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Right-click the port and choose Delete Port. A Delete Port dialog box is displayed. Click OK.
    3. Right-click the blank area and choose Add Port. The Add Port dialog box is displayed.
    4. Set Type to Line Side Color Optical Port or Line Side Grey Optical Port according to the network plan.

      NOTE:

      If Type of a port is set to Line Side Color Optical Port, ensure that an optical module transmitting the same wavelength signals as the corresponding port of the M40 board has been configured on the port.

    5. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Configure Service Type of the TN52TOM board according to the service plan.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to a service interruption.
    • When configuring a GE service, make sure that the service encapsulation types specified for the transmitter and receiver are the same.
    NOTE:
    • If you set Service Type to Any, you must set the service rate in Client Service Bearer Rate (Mbit/s).
    • The board can receive the FE/FDDI/DVB-ASI/SDI/ESCON/GE/FC100/FICON services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 2.5 Gbit/s.
    • Services can be input at each client-side optical port at a maximum rate of 1.25 Gbit/s.
    • If a channel of the ClientLP1 port and a channel of the ClientLP2 port are identified by the same number, these two channels cannot be used at the same time. For example, if the 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-1 service type is configured, the 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2)-1 service type cannot be configured.
    • Only one GE service can be input through each group of ClientLP ports.
    • The total rate of services that are input at each group of ClientLP ports, such as 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-1 to 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP)-8, cannot be greater than 1.25 Gbit/s.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board, and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Select By Board/Port(Channel) and choose Channel from the drop-down list.
    3. In the Basic Attributes tab, select the desired optical port. Double-click Service Type, and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure the cross-connections from the RX/TX ports to the ClientLP ports on the TN52TOM board for the Any services that are sent to the board.

    NOTE:

    The service type must be the same as Service Type in the WDM Interface window of the TN52TOM board.

    In this configuration, you can set Level to GE or ANY. If you set Level to ANY, you can set Service Type to a specific service, such as FE.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select the required values for Level, and set the other parameters for this service.

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    5. Repeat 4.b to 4.d to configure the remaining Any services.
  5. Configure an intra-board WDM-side cross-connection.

    Configure a bidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 10(RX8/TX8) ports.

    For the application of dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side, configure a unidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 9(RX7/TX7) ports.

    NOTE:

    The working channel port and the protection channel port are the two ports used for dual feeding. The service on the working channel must be set as bidirectional, and the service on the protection channel must be set as unidirectional. In this example, port 10(RX8/TX8) is the working channel port, and port 9(RX7/TX7) is the protection channel port.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Set Service Level to OTU1, and set the other parameters for the service.

      • Parameters of the working channel:

      • Parameters of the protection channel:

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
  6. Configure selective receiving at the WDM side of the TN52TOM board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, click the NE and choose Configuration > Port Protection.
    2. In the Protection Group window, click New.
    3. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click OK. The Create Protection Group dialog box displayed.
    4. Select Intra-Board 1+1 Protection from Protection Type. Enter the other parameters for the protection group.

    5. Click OK. In the window that is displayed, click Close to complete creating the protection group.

Scenario 2: ODU1 tributary-line mode (cascading)

This section describes the configuration process for the TN52TOM board that works in cascading mode with its ports working in ODU1 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU1->OTU1).

Application Diagram

Figure 2-81 shows two applications where the TN52TOM board works in cascading ODU1 tributary-line mode. Perform configurations according to the network design.

  • Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of six channels of services on the client side and the other two client-side ports work as WDM-side ports, dual-fed selectively receiving services.
  • Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of seven channels of services on the client side and the other client-side port works as a WDM-side port.
Figure 2-81 Position of the TN52TOM in a WDM system (scenario 2: Any->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-82 shows the cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-82 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 2: Any->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode of the TN52TOM board.

    Set Board Working Mode to Cascading mode and Port Working Mode to ODU1 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU1->OTU1).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Board Working Mode pane, click the Board Working Mode field and set it to Cascading mode.

    3. Click Apply.
    4. In the Port Working Mode pane, set Port Working Mode for 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1). Double-click the Port Working Mode field and set it to ODU1 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU1->OTU1).

    5. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that have been set.
  2. Set the port type.

    NOTE:
    In cascading mode, only RX7/TX7 and RX8/TX8 can be used as the WDM-side optical ports.
    • For the application of the single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side, set RX7/TX7 or RX8/TX8 as the WDM-side optical port.
    • For the application of the dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side, set both RX7/TX7 and RX8/TX8 as the WDM-side optical ports.

    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Right-click the port and choose Delete Port. A Delete Port dialog box is displayed. Click OK.
    3. Right-click the blank area and choose Add Port. The Add Port dialog box is displayed.
    4. Set Type to Line Side Color Optical Port or Line Side Grey Optical Port according to the network plan.

      NOTE:

      If Type of a port is set to Line Side Color Optical Port, ensure that an optical module transmitting the same wavelength signals as the corresponding port of the M40 board has been configured on the port.

    5. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Configure Service Type of the TN52TOM board according to the service plan.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.
    • When configuring a GE service, make sure that the service encapsulation types specified for the transmitter and receiver are the same.
    NOTE:
    • If you set Service Type to Any, you must set the service rate in Client Service Bearer Rate (Mbit/s).
    • The board can receive the FE/FDDI/STM-1/OC-3/DVB-ASI/SDI/ESCON/STM-4/OC-12/GE/FC100/FICON/STM-16/OC-48/FC200/FICON Express/HD-SDI services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 2.5 Gbit/s.
    • Services can be input at the six or seven pairs of client-side optical ports at a maximum rate of 2.5 Gbit/s.
    • A ClientLP port can access only one service that has a rate higher than 1.25 Gbit/s, and this service can be configured on only the first channel of the ClientLP port.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board, and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Select By Board/Port(Channel) and choose Channel from the drop-down list.
    3. In the Basic Attributes tab, select the desired optical port. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure the cross-connections from the RX/TX ports to the ClientLP ports on the TN52TOM board for the Any services that are input to the board.

    NOTE:

    The service type must be the same as Service Type in the WDM Interface window of the TN52TOM board.

    In this configuration, you can set Level to GE or ANY. If you set Level to ANY, you can set Service Type to a specific service, such as FE.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select the required values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    5. Repeat 4.b to 4.d to configure the remaining Any services.
  5. Configure an intra-board WDM-side cross-connection.

    Configure a bidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and WDM-side ports.

    NOTE:

    The working channel port and the protection channel port are the two ports for dual feeding. The service on the working channel must be set as bidirectional, and the service on the protection channel must be set as unidirectional. In this example, port 10(RX8/TX8) is the working channel port, and port 9(RX7/TX7) is the protection channel port.

    1. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select the required values for Level and set other parameters for the service.

      • Parameters of the working channel:

      • Parameters of the protection channel:

    3. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
  6. Configure selective receiving at the WDM side of the TN52TOM board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, click the NE and choose Configuration > Port Protection.
    2. In the Protection Group window, click New.
    3. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click OK. The Create Protection Group dialog box displayed.
    4. Select Intra-Board 1+1 Protection from Protection Type. Enter the other parameters for the protection group.

    5. Click OK. In the window that is displayed, click Close to complete creating the protection group.

Scenario 3: ODU0 tributary-line Mode (non-cascading)

This section describes the configuration process for the TN52TOM board that works in non-cascading mode with its ports working in ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

Application Diagram

Figure 2-83 shows two conditions where the TN52TOM board works in non-cascading ODU0 tributary-line mode. Perform configurations according to the network plan.

  • Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of four channels of services on the client side and the other two client-side ports work as WDM-side ports, selectively receiving services.
  • Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of six channels of services on the client side and the other client-side port works as a WDM-side port.
Figure 2-83 Position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system (scenario 3: Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-84 shows the cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-84 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 3: Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

NOTE:

All RX/TX optical ports can be used as WDM-side optical ports. This section uses the type of ports 7(RX5/TX5), 8(RX6/TX6), 9(RX7/TX7) and 10(RX8/TX8) to be used as WDM-side optical ports as an example.

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the TN52TOM board.

    Set Board Working Mode to Non-cascading mode and Port Working Mode to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Board Working Mode pane, click the Board Working Mode field and set it to Non-cascading mode.

    3. Click Apply.
    4. In the Port Working Mode pane, double-click the Port Working Mode field and set it to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).

      NOTE:
      Only the ClientLP1 and ClientLP3 support ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1).
      • Before setting the working modes of the ClientLP1 port to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1), set the working modes of the ClientLP5 port to None (not for ports).
      • Before setting the working modes of the ClientLP3 port to ODU0 tributary-line mode (Any->ODU0->ODU1->OTU1), set the working modes of the ClientLP7 port to None (not for ports).


    5. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that have been set.
  2. Set the port type.

    NOTE:

    All RX/TX optical ports can be used as WDM-side optical ports.

    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Right-click the port and choose Delete Port. A Delete Port dialog box is displayed. Click OK.
    3. Right-click the blank area and choose Add Port. The Add Port dialog box is displayed.
    4. Set Type to Line Side Color Optical Port or Line Side Grey Optical Port according to the network plan.

      NOTE:

      If Type of a port is set to Line Side Color Optical Port, ensure that an optical module transmitting the same wavelength signals as the corresponding port of the M40 board has been configured on the port.

    5. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Configure Service Type of the TN52TOM board according to the service plan.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.
    • When configuring a GE service, make sure that the service encapsulation types specified for the transmitter and receiver are the same.
    NOTE:
    • If you set Service Type to Any, you must set the service rate in Client Service Bearer Rate (Mbit/s).
    • The board can receive the FE/FDDI/DVB-ASI/SDI/ESCON/GE/FC100/FICON services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 5 Gbit/s.
    • If a channel of the ClientLP1 port and a channel of the ClientLP2 port are identified by the same number, these two channels cannot be used at the same time. For example, if the 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-1 channel is configured with a service type, you cannot configure a service type for the 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2)-1 channel. Service configurations at the ClentLP3 and ClientLP4, ClientLP5 and ClientLP6, and ClientLP7 and ClientLP8 ports must also comply with this restriction.
    • Only one GE service can be input through each group of ClientLP ports.
    • The total rate of services that are received by each group of ClientLP ports, such as 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-1 to 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-8, cannot be higher than 1.25 Gbit/s.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board, and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Select By Board/Port(Channel) and choose Channel from the drop-down list.
    3. In the Basic Attributes tab, select the desired optical port. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure the cross-connections from the RX/TX ports to the ClientLP ports on the TN52TOM board for the Any services that are input to the board.

    NOTE:

    The service type must be the same as Service Type in the WDM Interface window of the TN52TOM board.

    In this configuration, you can set Level to GE or ANY. If you set Level to ANY, you can set Service Type to a specific service, such as FE.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select the required values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    5. Repeat 4.b to 4.d to configure the remaining Any services.
  5. Configure an intra-board WDM-side cross-connection.

    Configure a bidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 10(RX8/TX8) ports.

    For the application of dual-fed and selectively receiving on the WDM side, configure a unidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 9(RX7/TX7) ports.

    NOTE:

    The working channel port and the protection channel port are the two ports used for dual feeding. The service on the working channel must be set as bidirectional, and the service on the protection channel must be set as unidirectional. In this example, port 10(RX8/TX8) is the working channel port, and port 9(RX7/TX7) is the protection channel port.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Set Service Level to OTU1, and set the other parameters for the service.

      • Parameters of the working channel:

      • Parameters of the protection channel:

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
  6. Configure selective receiving at the WDM side of the TN52TOM board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, click the NE and choose Configuration > Port Protection.
    2. In the Protection Group window, click New.
    3. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click OK. The Create Protection Group dialog box displayed.
    4. Select Intra-Board 1+1 Protection from Protection Type. Enter the other parameters for the protection group.

    5. Click OK. In the window that is displayed, click Close to complete creating the protection group.

Scenario 4: ODU1_ANY_ODU0_ODU1 re-encapsulation mode (non-cascading)

This section describes the configuration process for the TN52TOM board that works in non-cascading mode with its ports working in ODU1 tributary mode (OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1).

Application Diagram

Figure 2-85 shows the position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system where the TN52TOM board works in non-cascading ODU1 tributary mode (OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1).

Figure 2-85 Position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system (scenario 4: OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1)

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-86 shows the cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-86 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 4: OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1)

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the TN52TOM board.

    Set Board Working Mode to Non-cascading mode and Port Working Mode to ODU1_ANY_ODU0_ODU1 re-encapsulation mode (OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Board Working Mode pane, click the Board Working Mode field and set it to Non-Cascading mode.

    3. Click Apply.
    4. In the Port Working Mode pane, set Port Working Mode for any ClientLP port. The port carrying the channel specified in the network plan is recommended. Double-click the Port Working Mode field and choose ODU1_ANY_ODU0_ODU1 re-encapsulation mode (OTU1->ODU1->Any->ODU0->ODU1).

    5. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that have been set.
  2. Set the service mode for the ports on the TN52TOM board to OTN Mode.

    Because the service type is OTU-1, Service Mode must be set to OTN Mode for ports.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Board/Port (Channel) and choose Port from the drop-down list.
    3. Click the Basic Attributes tab and select a client-side port.
    4. Double-click the Service Mode field and set it to OTN Mode.

    5. Click Apply.
  3. Set the service type of the TN52TOM board.

    NOTE:
    • The board can receive a maximum of four OTU1 services at the same time.
    • When configuring internal cross-connections for Any services on the TN52TOM board, set the service type to the same as the type of services that are encapsulated into the OTU1 services received on the client side of the TN52TOM board. For example, if FE services are encapsulated into OTU1 services on the upstream board of the TN52TOM board, set the service type to FE when configuring the internal cross-connections for Any services on the TN52TOM board.
    • The source and sink of an Any cross-connection must have the same channel service type. For example, to configure a cross-connection from the AnyLP1-1 port to the AnyLP5-1 port, set the channel service types for the two ports to the same value.
    • The sum of the service rates of all channels on the AnyLP5 port must not be larger than 1.25G, which is also the case for the AnyLP6- AnyLP12 ports.

    1. Click the Basic Attributes tab and select a ClientLP port.
    2. Double-click the Service Type field and then set it to OTU-1.

    3. Click Apply.
  4. Configure the cross-connections from the RX/TX ports to the ClientLP ports on the TN52TOM board for the Any services that are input to the board.

    Configure any intra-board OTU1 cross-connection between the client-side and ClientLP ports. Ensure that the ports are identical to those configured in steps 2 and 3.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Set Service Level to OTU1, and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    5. Repeat 4.b to 4.d to configure the remaining OTU1 services.
  5. Configure internal cross-connections for Any services on the TN52TOM board.

    NOTE:

    The AnyLP1 port can only be cross-connected to the AnyLP5 or AnyLP6 port. The AnyLP2 port can only be cross-connected to the AnyLP7 or AnyLP8 port, and so on.

    1. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select the required values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

    3. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    4. Repeat 5.a to 5.c to configure the remaining Any services.
  6. Configure ODU1 cross-connections between the TN52TOM and TN52NS2 boards

    NOTE:

    This step uses the compatible mode board as an example.

    1. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Configure an ODU1 cross-connection between the 161(ODU0LP1/ODU0LP1) port on TN52TOM board and the 51(ODU1LP/ODU1LP) port on TN52NS2 board.

    3. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    4. Repeat 6.a to 6.c to configure the remaining ODU1 services.

Scenario 5: ODU1 tributary-line mode (non-cascading)

This section describes the configuration process for the TN52TOM board that works in non-cascading mode with its ports working in ODU1 tributary-line mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1).

Application Diagram

Figure 2-87 and Figure 2-88 show the position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system where the TN52TOM board works in non-cascading ODU1 tributary-line mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1). Perform configurations according to the network design.

  • Figure 2-87 shows a scenario where OTU1 signals are electrically regenerated.
  • Figure 2-88 shows a scenario where the TN52TOM board works in tributary-line mode and receives Any signals.
    • Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of four channels of services on the client side and the other four client-side ports work as WDM-side ports, two of which selectively receive services.
    • Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side: The TN52TOM board receives a maximum of six channels of services on the client side. The other two client-side ports work as WDM-side ports.
Figure 2-87 Position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system (scenario 5: OTU1->ODU1->OTU1)

Electrical regeneration of four OTU1 optical signals:



Figure 2-88 Position of the TN52TOM board in a WDM system (scenario 5: Any->ODU1->OTU1)

Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side:

Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side:

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-89 and Figure 2-90 show the cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board.

Figure 2-89 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 5: OTU1->ODU1->OTU1)

OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1 mode. The dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side.

Figure 2-90 Cross-connection diagram of the TN52TOM board (scenario 5: Any->ODU1->OTU1)

OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1 mode. Single transmitting and single receiving

NOTE:

All RX/TX optical ports can be used as WDM-side optical ports. This section uses the type of ports 7(RX5/TX5), 8(RX6/TX6), 9(RX7/TX7) and 10(RX8/TX8) to be used as WDM-side optical ports as an example.

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the TN52TOM board.

    Set Board Working Mode to Non-cascading mode and Port Working Mode to ODU1 tributary-line mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the TN52TOM board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Board Working Mode pane, click the Board Working Mode field and set it to Non-cascading mode.

    3. Click Apply.
    4. In the Port Working Mode pane, double-click the Port Working Mode field and set Port Working Mode for each Optical Port.

      For the 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)-207(ClientLP7/ClientLP7) ports, set Port Working Mode to ODU1 tributary-line mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->OTU1).

    5. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that have been set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type.

    NOTE:
    • All RX/TX optical ports can be used as WDM-side optical ports.
    • For the application of "Electrical regeneration of four OTU1 optical signals", set four RX/TX ports as WDM-side optical ports.
    • For the application of "Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side", set four RX/TX ports as WDM-side optical ports.
    • For the application of "Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side", set two RX/TX ports as WDM-side optical ports.

    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Right-click the port and choose Delete Port. A Delete Port dialog box is displayed. Click OK.
    3. Right-click the blank area and choose Add Port. The Add Port dialog box is displayed.
    4. Set Type to Line Side Color Optical Port or Line Side Grey Optical Port according to the network plan.

    5. Click OK to apply the configuration.
    6. Repeat 2.d to configure the remaining ports.
  3. Optional: Configure the service mode for the ports on the TN52TOM board.

    NOTE:
    • For the application of "Electrical regeneration of four OTU1 optical signals", set Service Mode of the four RX/TX ports to OTN Mode.
    • For the application of "Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side" and "Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side", retain the default value Client Mode for the four RX/TX ports.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board, and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Board/Port(Channel). Select Channel from the drop-down list.
    3. Select the Basic Attributes tab in the WDM Interface pane. Select a client-side port, double-click the Service Mode field and set it to OTN Mode.

    4. Click Apply.
  4. Optional: Set the service type of the TN52TOM board.

    NOTE:

    For the application of "Electrical regeneration of four OTU1 optical signals", set Service Type of the four RX/TX ports to OTU-1.

    For the application of "Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side" and "Single transmitting and single receiving on the WDM side", the board can receive the FC200, FICON Express, HD-SDI, STM-16, OC-48, FC100, FICON, GE, STM-4, OC-12, DVB-ASI, ESCON, FDDI, FE, SDI, STM-1, and OC-3 services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 10 Gbit/s.

    1. Click By Board/Port(Channel). Select Channel from the drop-down list. Select the Basic Attributes tab.
    2. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.

    3. Click Apply.
  5. Configure the cross-connections from the RX/TX ports to the ClientLP ports on the TN52TOM board for the Any services that are input to the board.

    NOTE:

    The service type must be the same as Service Type in the WDM Interface window of the TN52TOM board.

    In this configuration, you can set Level to GE or ANY. If you set Level to ANY, you can set Service Type to a specific service, such as FE.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select the required values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    5. Repeat 5.b to 5.d to configure the remaining Any services.
  6. Configure an intra-board WDM-side cross-connection.

    NOTE:

    Configure a bidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 7(RX5/TX5), 52(ODU1LP2/ODU1LP2) and 10(RX8/TX8) ports.

    For the application of dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side, configure a unidirectional OTU1 cross-connection between the 51(ODU1LP1/ODU1LP1) and 8(RX6/TX6), 52(ODU1LP2/ODU1LP2) and 9(RX7/TX7) ports.

    1. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select the required values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

      • Parameters of the working channel:



      • Parameters of the protection channel:



    3. Click OK to complete creating the cross-connection.
    4. Repeat 6.a to 6.c to configure the remaining OTU1 services.
  7. Optional: Configure selective receiving on the WDM side of the TN52TOM board.

    NOTE:

    For the application of "Dual-fed selectively receiving on the WDM side", perform the following operations.

    1. In the NE Explorer, click the NE and choose Configuration > Port Protection.
    2. In the Protection Group window, click New.
    3. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click OK. The Create Protection Group dialog box is displayed.
    4. Select Intra-Board 1+1 Protection from Protection Type. Set other parameters for the protection group.



    5. Click OK. In the window that is displayed, click Close to complete creating the protection group.

Configuring the LOA Board

The LOA board can be configured with different port working modes and is applicable to five scenarios accordingly. You need to manually configure the board by station on the NMS for the application scenarios.

Overview of the Working Mode

Each port on the LOA board can work in different modes so that services can be processed on different paths.

The LOA board supports six port working modes listed in Table 2-23. You can set the port working modes on the NMS.

Table 2-23 Port working modes on the LOA board

Configuration Scenario

Port Working Mode

Mapping Path

Scenario 1: ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2)

ODU0 non-convergence mode

Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2

Scenario 2: ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2)

ODU1 non-convergence mode

OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2

Scenario 3: ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2)

ODU1_ODU0 mode

OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2

Scenario 4: ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2)

ODUflex non-convergence mode

Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2

Scenario 5: ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2)

ODU2 non-convergence mode

Any->ODU2->OTU2

-

None (not for ports)

-

NOTE:
  • [->ODU1]: indicates that "ODU1" is optional. For example, in ODU0 non-convergence mode, two service signal flows are available: Any->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2 and Any->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2.
  • None (not for ports): indicates that the resources at the port in this mode are not used and are released to other ports.

Configuration Procedures

Six port working modes are available for the LOA board on the NMS. The port for the None (not for ports) mode does not require configurations. The other five modes require configurations.

General Configuration Procedure

Figure 2-91 shows the general configuration procedure for the port working modes on the LOA board.

Figure 2-91 General configuration procedure

In the flowchart, the mandatory actions are required for each port working mode and optional actions vary according to port working modes.

The optional actions must be configured in the following scenarios:

  • Configure the port type: Port Type must be set to Client Side Color Optical Port when colored optical signals are received on the client side.
  • Configure the timeslot configuration mode: ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode must be set for the line side of the LOA board.
    • When the signal flow is from ODU0 or ODUflex to ODU2, ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode must be set to Assign random.
    • When the signal flow is ODU0 -> ODU1 -> ODU2, ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode must be set to Assign consecutive.
    • When the signal flow is from Any or ODU1 to ODU2 directly, ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode can be set to Assign consecutive or Assign random. However, the value must be the same as the value that is set on the interconnected LOA or line board.
  • Configure the service mode: When Service Type is set to OTU1, Service Mode must be set to OTN Mode first.
  • Configure the ODUflex tolerance(ppm): when the port of the LOA board works in ODUflex mode, this parameter can be configured. This parameter is reserved and optional in configuring service types which are currently supported.
  • Configure cross-connections from the client side to LP ports: This action is required only for the ODU0 non-convergence mode and ODU1 convergence mode.

Configuration Procedure for the ODU0 Non-Convergence Mode

Table 2-24 Configuration procedure
No. Action Description
1 Configure the port working mode.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Working Mode is ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2). If the default value is used, skip this step.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Working Mode.
2 Configure the port type.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Type is Client Side Grey Optical Port. If colored optical signals are received on the client side, set Port Type to Client Side Color Optical Port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Modifying Port.
3 Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The value of ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode varies according to the two signal flows in the ODU0 non-convergence mode.
    • When the signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to .
    • When the signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to .
  • Operation description: In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the the dropdown list. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode for the WDM side port.
4 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The available values for Service Type are FE, GE(TTT-GMP), GE(GFP-T), STM-1/OC-3, STM-4/OC-12, FC100, ESCON, FICON, FDDI, SDI, and DVB-ASI.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
NOTE:

Two channels (channel 1 and channel 2) are available at each LP port. Set the service type for only one of the two channels. When the LOA board is interconnected with a TN52TOM board, the channel where you set the service type must be the same as the channel where the service type is set on the TN52TOM board. When the LOA board is interconnected with another board, set the service type for channel 1.

5 Configure cross-connections from the client side to LP ports on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings:
    • Level and Service Type:
      • If you set Service Type to in step 4, retain the default value (GE) for Level.
      • If you set Service Type to a value other than in step 4, set Level to Any and then set Service Type to the same value that you set in step 4.
    • Direction: Set it to Bidirectional.
    • Source Slot/Sink Slot: Set the two parameters to the ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed.
    • Source Optical Port: Set it to a port in the range of 3(RX1/TX1) to 10(RX8/TX8).
    • Source Optical Channel: Set it to 1.
    • Sink Optical Port: Set it to a port in the range of 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8). Ensure that the client-side port matches an LP port. That is, if you set the source optical port to RXi/TXi, set the sink optical port to ClientLPi.
    • Sink Optical Channel: 1 or 2. Set it to the channel for which you configure the service type in step 4.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from the client side to each LP port. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.
6 Configure ODU0-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: See Table 2-29.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from each LP port to the WDM side. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.

Configuration Procedure for the ODU1 Non-Convergence Mode

Table 2-25 Configuration procedure
No. Action Description
1 Configure the port working mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set Port Working Mode to ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2).
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Working Mode.
2 Configure the port type.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Type is Client Side Grey Optical Port. If colored optical signals are received on the client side, set Port Type to Client Side Color Optical Port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Modifying Port.
3 Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to or .
  • Operation description: In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the dropdown list. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode for the WDM side port.
4 Configure the service mode.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Service Mode is Client Mode. When you set Service Type to OTU1, set Service Mode to OTN Mode.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Mode.
5 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The available values for Service Type are HDSDI, HDSDIRBR, FC200, FICON Express, OTU1, STM16, or OC-48.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
6 Configure ODUk-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: See Table 2-29.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from each LP port to the WDM side. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.

Configuration Procedure for the ODU1_ODU0 Mode

Table 2-26 Configuration procedure
No. Action Description
1 Configure the port working mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set Port Working Mode to ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2).
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Working Mode.
2 Configure the port type.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Type is Client Side Grey Optical Port. If colored optical signals are received on the client side, set Port Type to Client Side Color Optical Port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Modifying Port.
3 Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The value of ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode varies according to the two signal flows in the ODU1_ODU0 mode.
    • When the signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to .
    • When the signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to .
  • Operation description: In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the the dropdown list. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode for the WDM side port.
4 Configure the service mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set Service Mode to OTN Mode.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Mode.
5 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The available values for Service Type is OTU1 only.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
6 Configure ODUk-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: See Table 2-29.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from each LP port to the WDM side. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.

Configuration Procedure for the ODUflex Non-Convergence Mode

Table 2-27 Configuration procedure
No. Action Description
1 Configure the port working mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set Port Working Mode to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2).
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Working Mode.
NOTE:

When the RX1/TX1 port receives the FC800 service, set Port Working Mode to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2) only for port LP1. And set Port Working Mode to None (not for ports) for the other seven LP ports.

2 Configure the port type.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Type is Client Side Grey Optical Port. If colored optical signals are received on the client side, set Port Type to Client Side Color Optical Port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Modifying Port.
3 Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The default value of ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is . If the default value is used, skip this step.
  • Operation description: In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the the dropdown list. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to for the WDM side port.
4 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: The available values for Service Type are 3GSDI, 3GSDIRBR, FC-400, or FC-800. FC-800 is only for the RX1/TX1 port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
NOTE:
  • The FICON4G service and the FC400 service are processed identically. For the FICON4G service, you can configure it as the FC400 service on the U2000.
  • The FICON8G service and the FC800 service are processed identically. For the FICON8G service, you can configure it as the FC800 service on the U2000.
5 Configure the ODUflex tolerance(ppm).

Optional

  • Parameter settings: For the transmission of 3G-SDI services, set this parameter to 10; for the transmission of other services, set this parameter to 100.
6 Configure ODUk-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: See Table 2-29.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from each LP port to the WDM side. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.

Configuration Procedure for the ODU2 Non-Convergence Mode

Table 2-28 Configuration procedure
No. Action Description
1 Configure the port working mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Before setting Port Working Mode to ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2) for port LP1, set to None (not for ports) for the other seven LP ports.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Working Mode.
2 Configure the port type.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: The default value of Port Type is Client Side Grey Optical Port. If colored optical signals are received on the client side, set Port Type to Client Side Color Optical Port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Modifying Port.
3 Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to or .
  • Operation description: In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the the dropdown list. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode for the WDM side port.
4 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Set Service Type to FC800 only for the RX1/TX1 port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
5 Configure ODUk-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: See Table 2-29.
  • Operation description: Configure cross-connections from each LP port to the WDM side. For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.
Table 2-29 Parameters for configuring ODUk-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side
Parameter ODU0 Non-Convergence Mode ODU1 Non-Convergence Mode ODU1_ODU0 Mode ODUflex Non-Convergence Mode ODU2 Non-Convergence Mode
Level ODU0 ODU1 ODU0 ODUflex ODU2
Service Type - - -

Custom, PACKET, FC400, FC800, 3GSDI,

NOTE:

For the LOA board, only support FC400, FC800, 3GSDIRBR and 3GSDI.

-
Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional Bidirectional Bidirectional Bidirectional
Source Slot/Sink Slot ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed ID of the slot where the LOA board is housed
Source Optical Port 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8) 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8) 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8) 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8)a 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1)
Source Optical Channel 1 or 2 1 1 or 2 1 1
Sink Optical Port 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1)
Sink Optical Channel
  • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is : OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU0:1 to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU0:8
  • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is : OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:1-ODU0:1 or 2 to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:4-ODU0:1 or 2
OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:1 to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:8
  • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is : OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:1-ODU0:1 to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:1-ODU0:8
  • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is : OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:1-ODU0:1 or 2 to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODU1:4-ODU0:1 or 2
OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODUflex:1a to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODUflex:2 OCH:1-ODU2:1
Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots - - -

It cannot be set manually.

  • The value is 4 when the service type is FC400.
  • The value is 7 when the service type is FC800.
  • The value is 3 when the service type is 3GSDI.
-
Service Rate(bit/s) - - -

The parameter value is automatically displayed according to the value of Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots.

-

a: When the LOA board receives FC800 services, set Source Optical Port only to 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) and Sink Optical Channel only to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODUflex:1.

Scenario 1: ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2)

This section describes the configuration process of the LOA board works in ODU0 non-convergence mode.

Application Diagram

Figure 2-92 lists the condition where the LOA board works in ODU0 non-convergence mode.

Figure 2-92 Position of the LOA in a WDM system (Scenario 1: ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2))

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-93 shows the port configuration of the LOA board.

Figure 2-93 Cross-connection diagram of the LOA board (Scenario 1: ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2))

The service signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2:

The service signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2:

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the LOA board.

    Set Port Working Mode to ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Port Working Mode pane, click the Port Working Mode field and set to ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2).

    3. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type according to the network plan.
    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Select the port that you want to configure, right-click the board and choose Modify Port. The Modify Port dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Type according to the network plan.

    4. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Optional: Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

    • If the service signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random for the LOA board.
    • If the service signal flow is Any->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign consecutive for the LOA board.

    1. Select the LOA board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the dropdown list.
    3. In the displayed window, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random or Assign consecutive for the 1(IN/OUT)-OCh:1 port.

    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure Service Type of the LOA board according to the service planning.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.
    • The board can receive the FE/FDDI/GE/STM-1/STM-4/OC-3/OC-12/FC100/FICON/DVB-ASI/ESCON/SDI services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 1.25 Gbit/s.
    • Two channels (channel 1 and channel 2) are available at each LP port. Set the service type for only one of the two channels. When the LOA board is interconnected with a TN52TOM board, the channel where you set the service type must be the same as the channel where the service type is set on the TN52TOM board. When the LOA board is interconnected with another board, set the service type for channel 1.

    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Type from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  5. Configure cross-connections from the client side to LP ports on the LOA board.

    NOTE:

    The service type must be the same as Service Type in the WDM Interface window of the LOA board.

    In this configuration, you can set Level to GE or ANY. If you set Level to ANY, you can set Service Type to specific service, such as FE.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.

      NOTE:

      The preceding configuration is for port 3 (RX1/TX1). For other ports, if Port Working Mode is set to ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2), note the following difference in cross-connection configuration:

      • Retain the same values for the other parameters except Source Optical Port and Sink Optical Port.
      • Set Source Optical Port to a value in the range of 4(RX2/TX2) to 10(RX8/TX8) and Sink Optical Port to a value in the range of 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8). The sink optical port number must match the source optical port number. That is, if the source optical port is RXi/TXi, the sink optical port must be ClientLPi.

  6. Configure ODU0-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.
    1. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

      • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is Assign random.

      • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is Assign consecutive.

    3. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.

      NOTE:

      The preceding configuration is for port 3 (RX1/TX1). For other ports, if Port Working Mode is set to ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2), note the following difference in cross-connection configuration:

      • Retain the same values for the other parameters except Source Optical Port.
      • Set Source Optical Port to a value in the range of 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8). The sink optical port channel does not need to match the source optical port number.

Scenario 2: ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2)

This section describes the configuration process of the LOA board works in ODU1 non-convergence mode.

Application Diagram

Figure 2-94 lists the condition where the LOA board works in ODU1 non-convergence mode.

Figure 2-94 Position of the LOA in a WDM system (Scenario 2: ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2))

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-95 shows the port configuration of the LOA board.

Figure 2-95 Cross-connection diagram of the LOA board (Scenario 2: ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2))

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the LOA board.

    Set Port Working Mode to ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Port Working Mode pane, click the Port Working Mode field and set to ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2).

    3. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type according to the network plan.
    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Select the port that you want to configure, right-click the board and choose Modify Port. The Modify Port dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Type according to the network plan.

    4. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Optional: Configure the service mode.

    The default value of Service Mode is Client Mode. When you set Service Type to OTU-1, set Service Mode to OTN Mode.

    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Mode from the drop-down list.
    3. Select a client-side port, double-click the Service Mode field and set it to OTN Mode.
    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure Service Type of the LOA board according to the service planning.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.
    • The board can receive the HD-SDI/FC200/FICON Express/OTU1/STM-16/OC-48 services at the same time, but the total rate of the services must be less than or equal to 2.67 Gbit/s.
    • In this scenario, any four of the RX1/TX1–RX8/TX8 ports can receive and transmit services.

    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Type from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  5. Configure ODU1-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.

      NOTE:

      The preceding configuration is for port 3 (RX1/TX1). For other ports, if Port Working Mode is set to ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2), note the following difference in cross-connection configuration:

      • Retain the same values for the other parameters except Source Optical Port.
      • Set Source Optical Port to a value in the range of 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8). The sink optical port channel does not need to match the source optical port number.

Scenario 3: ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2)

This section describes the configuration process of the LOA board works in ODU1_ODU0 mode.

Application Diagram

Figure 2-96 lists the condition where the LOA board works in ODU1_ODU0 mode.

Figure 2-96 Position of the LOA in a WDM system (Scenario 3: ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2))

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-97 shows the port configuration of the LOA board.

Figure 2-97 Cross-connection diagram of the LOA board (Scenario 3: ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2))

The service signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2:

The service signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2:

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the LOA board.

    Set Port Working Mode to ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Port Working Mode pane, click the Port Working Mode field and set to ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2).

    3. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type according to the network plan.
    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Select the port that you want to configure, right-click the board and choose Modify Port. The Modify Port dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Type according to the network plan.

    4. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Optional: Configure the timeslot configuration mode.

    • If the service signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random.
    • If the service signal flow is OTU1->ODU1->ODU0->ODU1->ODU2->OTU2, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign consecutive.

    1. Select the LOA board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the dropdown list.
    3. In the displayed window, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random or Assign consecutive for the 1(IN/OUT)-OCh:1 port.

    4. Click Apply.
  4. Set Service Mode to OTN Mode.
    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Mode from the drop-down list.
    3. Select a client-side port, double-click the Service Mode field and set it to OTN Mode.
    4. Click Apply.
  5. The available values for Service Type is OTU-1 only.

    Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.

    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Type from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  6. Configure ODU0-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

      • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is Assign random.



      • When the ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode is Assign consecutive.



    4. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.

      NOTE:

      This mode can be configured on a maximum of four ports, with each port configured with two cross-connections.

      The preceding configuration is for port 3 (RX1/TX1). For other ports, if Port Working Mode is set to ODU1_ODU0 mode (OTU1->ODU1->ODU0[->ODU1]->ODU2->OTU2), note the following difference in cross-connection configuration:

      • Retain the same values for the other parameters except Source Optical Port and Sink Optical Channel.
      • Set any three of the 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2)-208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8) ports as Source Optical Port and set Source Optical Channel to 1 and 2 to configure the cross-connections. The value of Sink Optical Channel is automatically generated by the system.

Scenario 4: ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2)

This section describes the configuration process of the LOA board works in ODUflex non-convergence mode.

Application Diagram

Figure 2-98 lists the condition where the LOA board works in ODUflex non-convergence mode.

Figure 2-98 Position of the LOA in a WDM system (Scenario 4: ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2))

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-99 shows the port configuration of the LOA board.

Figure 2-99 Cross-connection diagram of the LOA board (Scenario 4: ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2))

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the LOA board.

    Set Port Working Mode to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Port Working Mode pane, double click the Port Working Mode field and set to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2).

      NOTE:

      When the RX1/TX1 port receives the FC800 service, set Port Working Mode to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex->ODU2->OTU2) only for port LP1. And set Port Working Mode to None (not for ports) for the other seven LP ports.

    3. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type according to the network plan.
    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Select the port that you want to configure, right-click the board and choose Modify Port. The Modify Port dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Type according to the network plan.

    4. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random.
    1. Select the LOA board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode from the dropdown list.
    3. In the displayed window, set ODU Timeslot Configuration Mode to Assign random for the 1(IN/OUT)-OCh:1 port.

    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure Service Type of the LOA board according to the service planning.

    • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption.
    • The board can receive the 3GSDI/3GSDIRBR/FC400/FICON4G/FC800/FICON8G services.
    • In this scenario, any two of the RX1/TX1 to RX8/TX8 ports receive and transmit 3GSDI/3GSDIRBR/FC400/FICON4G services, and only the RX1/TX1 port receives and transmits FC800/FICON8G services.
    NOTE:
    • The FICON4G service and the FC400 service are processed identically. For the FICON4G service, you can configure it as the FC400 service on the U2000.
    • The FICON8G service and the FC800 service are processed identically. For the FICON8G service, you can configure it as the FC800 service on the U2000.

    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Type from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  5. Configure ODUflex-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.

      NOTE:

      When the service type is set to FC800/FICON8G, only one cross-connection can be configured; for service type 3G-SDI/3G-SDIRBR/FC400/FICON4G, a maximum of two cross-connections can be configured.

      The preceding configuration is for port 3(RX1/TX1). When the service type is set to 3G-SDI/3G-SDIRBR/FC400/FICON4G, another cross-connection can be configured. Note the following difference in the cross-connection configuration:

      • Retain the same values for the other parameters except Source Optical Port and Sink Optical Port.
      • Set Source Optical Port to a value in the range of 202(ClientLP2/ClientLP2) to 208(ClientLP8/ClientLP8) and Sink Optical Port to OCH:1-ODU2:1-ODUflex:2.

Scenario 5: ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2)

This section describes the configuration process of the LOA board works in ODU2 non-convergence mode.

Application Diagram

Figure 2-100 lists the condition where the LOA board works in ODU2 non-convergence mode.

Figure 2-100 Position of the LOA in a WDM system (Scenario 5: ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2))

Cross-Connection Diagram

Figure 2-101 shows the port configuration of the LOA board.

Figure 2-101 Cross-connection diagram of the LOA board (Scenario 5: ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2))

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode for the LOA board.

    Set Port Working Mode to ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2).

    1. In the NE Explorer, select the LOA board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Port Working Mode pane, select the 201(ClientLP1/ClientLP1) port. Then click the Port Working Mode field and set the value to ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2->OTU2). Set Port Working Mode to None (not for ports) for the other ports in the same way.

    3. Click Apply, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.
  2. Optional: Set the port type according to the network plan.
    1. Right-click the board in the NE Panel, and choose Path View from the shortcut menu.
    2. Select the port that you want to configure, right-click the board and choose Modify Port. The Modify Port dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Type according to the network plan.

    4. Click OK to apply the configuration.
  3. Set Service Type to FC800 only for the RX1/TX1 port.
    1. Select the board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
    2. Click By Function and choose Service Type from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click the Service Type field and select the required service type.
    4. Click Apply.
  4. Configure ODU2-level cross-connections from LP ports to the WDM side on the LOA board.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration pane, click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    3. Select corresponding values for Level, and set other parameters for the service.

    4. Click OK and the created cross-connection is displayed in the user interface.
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