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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Examples of Service and Protection Configuration

Examples of Service and Protection Configuration

Configuration Example: 3G-SDI->ODUflex->OTU4 Not Under Protection

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure an unprotected 3G-SDI service on a chain network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-6, optical NEs A, B, and C form a chain network. All stations are optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) stations. The service requirements are as follows:

  • User1 and User2 communicate with each other. One bidirectional OTN service is configured between stations A and B.
  • One 3G-SDI service is added and dropped at User1 and User2 each.
Figure 2-6 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

One T130 board and one N401 board are configured at stations A and B each. Two N401 boards are configured at station C.

Signal flow

Figure 2-7 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a 3G-SDI service between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • The user must be an NMS user with "NE operator" rights or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. Set ODUflex Tolerance(ppm) for the line boards between stations A and B.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the N401 board. In the navigation tree, choose Configuration > WDM Interface. The Advanced Attributes tab is displayed.
    2. Set ODUflex Tolerance(ppm) of the ODUflex port to 10.
  3. Create a client trail.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:

      • Level: client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: 3GSDI


    3. Configure the source port.

      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T130 board in slot 4 as the service receiving board.

      2. Click Working Mode Setting. In the window that is displayed, set the working mode of the desired port to ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex) and click OK.
      3. Select the service receiving port and channel and click OK.

    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 3.c.
    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned. On the Port Attributes Settings tab, configure the FEC type of the upstream and downstream boards.
    6. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: GE->ODU1->OTU3 Not Under Protection

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure an unprotected GE service on a chain network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-8, optical NEs A, B, and C form a chain network. All stations are optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) stations. The service requirements are as follows:

  • User1 and User2 communicate with each other. One bidirectional OTN service is configured between stations A and B.
  • At station A, the T130 board receives two GE services and maps them into one ODU1 service.
Figure 2-8 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

One T130 board and one N302 board are configured at stations A and B each. One N302 board is configured at station C.

Signal flow

Figure 2-9 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a GE service between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • The user must be an NMS user with "NM administrator" rights or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. On NE C, set Board Mode of the N302 board to Electrical Relay Mode.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select the board. In the navigation tree, choose Configuration > WDM Interface.
    2. Click By Board/Port(Channel) and select Board from the drop-down list.
    3. Double-click Board Mode and select a mode from the drop-down list.
  3. Create a client trail.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:

      • Level: client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: GE(GFP-T)


    3. Configure the source port.

      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T130 board in slot 4 as the service receiving board.

      2. Click Working Mode Setting. In the window that is displayed, set the working mode of the desired port to ODU1 convergence mode (n*Any->ODU1) and click OK.
      3. Select the service receiving port and channel and click OK.

    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 3.c.
    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned. On the Port Attributes Settings tab, configure the FEC type of the upstream and downstream boards.
    6. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

      Create the trail for another GE service by referring to 3.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: GE->ODU0->OTU3 Under Client 1+1 Protection

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure a GE service under client 1+1 protection on a point-to-point (P2P) network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-10, optical NEs A and B form a P2P network. All these two NEs are optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) stations. The service requirements are as follows:

  • User1 and User2 communicate with each other. One bidirectional OTN service is configured between stations A and B.
  • One GE service is added and dropped to/from User1 and User2 each.
  • Client 1+1 protection is configured.
Figure 2-10 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

Two N302 and T130 boards are configured at stations A and B each.

Signal flow

Figure 2-11 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a GE service with client 1+1 protection in end-to-end (E2E) mode between stations A and B as an example.

Prerequisites

  • The user must be an NMS user with "NE operator" rights or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure (Text Description, Unfold It to View Detailed Information)

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. Configure client 1+1 protection at station A.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE A. In the navigation tree, choose Configuration > Port Protection.
    2. In Port Protection, click Create to display the Confirm dialog box. Then, click OK to display the Create Protection Group dialog box. Set the protection-related parameters of NE A.

    3. Click OK. In the Result dialog box that is displayed, click Close. The created protection group is displayed.
  3. Configure client 1+1 protection at station B. For details, see 2.
  4. Create a client trail.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.
    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:
      • Level: client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: GE(GFP-T)
    3. Configure the source port.
      1. In Physical Root, double-click optical NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the OLP board as the service receiving board.

      2. Select the service receiving port and channel and click OK.
    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 4.c.
    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned. On the Port Attributes Settings tab, configure the FEC type of the upstream and downstream boards.
    6. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

Result

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: 10GE LAN->ODU2e->OTU3e Under ODUk SNCP (SNC/N)

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure a 10GE LAN service under ODUk subnet connection protection (SNCP) on a ring network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-12, optical NEs A, B, C, and D form a ring network. All these four NEs are optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) stations. The service requirements are as follows:

  • User1 and User2 communicate with each other. One bidirectional OTN service is configured between stations A and B.
  • One 10GE LAN service is added and dropped to/from User1 and User2 each.
  • ODUk SNCP is configured.
Figure 2-12 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

Two N302 boards and one T216 board are configured at stations A and B each. Two N302 boards are configured at stations C and D each.

Signal flow

Figure 2-13 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a 10GE LAN service with ODUk subnetwork connection protection (SNCP) between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure (Text Description, Unfold It to View Detailed Information)

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. Create a client trail and configure ODU2 SNCP.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:
      • Level: client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: 10GE LAN


    3. Configure the source port.
      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T216 board in slot 1 as the service receiving board.

      2. Click Working Mode Setting. In the window that is displayed, set the working mode of the desired port to ODU2 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU2) and click OK.
      3. Select the service receiving port and channel and click OK.
    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 2.c.
    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned.
      NOTE:

      Route constraints must be configured if the automatically computed trails are different from the planned ones. For details, see Creating Client Trails.

    6. Configure ODUk SNCP protection.
      • Right-click NE A and choose Set Dual-Fed Point. The NE is marked with .
      • Right-click NE B and choose Set Selective-Receiving Point. The NE is marked with .
    7. Click the Protection Setting tab. In the Node List window, right-click and choose Set SNCP Parameters and Protection Level. In the Set SNCP Parameters and Protection Level window that is displayed, set SNCP Type to SNC/N and click OK.

    8. After the trail computation is complete, the working and protection trails between the source and sink NEs are displayed in the topology view. On the Server Layer Route Details tab in the lower part of the topology view, verify that the routes and protection information are the same as planned.

    9. On the Port Attributes Settings tab, configure the FEC type of the upstream and downstream boards and set Port Mapping to Bit Transparent Mapping(11.1G) and Line Rate to Speedup Mode.
    10. Click Apply to apply the created client trail and ODU2 SNCP configurations. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

Result

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: FC800->ODUflex->OTU2 Under ODUk SNCP (SNC/N)

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure a FC800 service under ODUk subnet connection protection (SNCP) on a ring network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-14, optical NEs A, B, C, and D form a ring network. All these four NEs are optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) stations. The service requirements are as follows:

  • User1 and User2 communicate with each other. One bidirectional OTN service is configured between stations A and B.
  • One FC800 service is added and dropped to/from User1 and User2 each.
  • ODUk SNCP is configured.
Figure 2-14 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

Two G210 boards and one T216 board are configured at stations A and B each. Two G210 boards are configured at stations C and D each.

Signal flow

Figure 2-15 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a FC800 service with ODUk subnetwork connection protection (SNCP) between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure (Text Description, Unfold It to View Detailed Information)

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. Create a client trail and configure ODUflex SNCP.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:
      • Level: client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: FC800


    3. Configure the source port.
      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T216 board in slot 1 as the service receiving board.

      2. Click Working Mode Setting. In the window that is displayed, set the working mode of the desired port to ODU2 non-convergence mode (OTU2/Any->ODU2) and click OK.
      3. Select the service receiving port and channel and click OK.
    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 2.c.
    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned.
      NOTE:

      Route constraints must be configured if the automatically computed trails are different from the planned ones. For details, see Creating Client Trails.

    6. Configure ODUk SNCP protection.

      Click the Protection Setting tab.

      • Right-click NE A and choose Set Dual-Fed Point. The NE is marked with .
      • Right-click NE B and choose Set Selective-Receiving Point. The NE is marked with .
    7. In the Node List window, right-click and choose Set SNCP Parameters and Protection Level. In the Set SNCP Parameters and Protection Level window that is displayed, set SNCP Type to SNC/N and click OK.

    8. After the trail computation is complete, the working and protection trails between the source and sink NEs are displayed in the topology view. On the Server Layer Route Details tab in the lower part of the topology view, verify that the routes and protection information are the same as planned.

    9. On the Port Attributes Settings tab, configure the FEC type of the upstream and downstream boards and set Port Mapping to Bit Transparent Mapping(11.1G) and Line Rate to Speedup Mode.
    10. Click Apply to apply the created client trail and ODUflex SNCP configurations. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

Result

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: Configuring 100GE->OTUC2 Services Using Turbo WDM Boards

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure two 100GE services on a chain network.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 2-16, optical NEs A and B form a chain network to transmit two channels of 100GE services.

Figure 2-16 Service configuration networking diagram

Board Configuration Information

One T402 board and one NP400 board are configured at stations A and B each.

Signal flow

Figure 2-17 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a 100GE service between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • The user must be an NMS user with "NM administrator" rights or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • OCh trails are searched out.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Check and configure board ports and parameters at each station that the service traverses. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
  2. Create a client trail.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:

      • Level: Client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: 100GE


    3. Configure the source port.

      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T402 board in slot 21 as the service receiving board.

      2. Select the service receiving port to 2(RX2/TX2) and click OK.

    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 2.c.

    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned.
    6. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

  3. Create the trail for another 100GE service with reference to 2.

    NOTE:
    When creating the second 100GE service, select port 1 (RX1/TX1) for both the source and sink boards.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: 100GE->OTUC4 Services Using an N402P Board

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure four 100GE services on a chain network.

Service Requirements

As shown in Figure 2-18, NEs A and B form a chain network. One T404 board and one N402P board are configured on NEs A and B each. The T404 board supports four channels of 100GE services on the client side, and the N402P board transmits services in dual-carrier 400G mode on the line side.

Figure 2-18 Service configuration networking diagram

Signal flow

Figure 2-19 Station signal flow

Service Configuration Process

This topic describes how to configure a 100GE service between stations A and B in end-to-end (E2E) mode.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.
  • The operation of Searching for OCh Trails has been completed.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Configure board parameters at each station.
    1. Set the port type of a tributary or line board.

      Parameter

      Navigation Path

      Application Scenario

      Setting Method

      Port type

      1. In the main topology, double-click an NE to open NE Panel.
      2. On the left of NE Panel, select the desired board and click Path View.

      Set the port type based on the actual optical module being used.

      See Setting the Port Type.

    2. Configure the license and port rate of a N402P board.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > NE License Authorization from the Function Tree.
      2. Set Number/License Status of 1*100G/200G Programmable Line License.
        NOTE:
        To transmit 400G services, set Number/License Status to 2.


    3. Configure the port working mode of the N402P board.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select the board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
      2. Select an optical port, click Port Flex Rate, and choose the desired mode from the drop-down list.
        NOTE:
        • To transmit 400G services, set 400G_16QAM Mode or 400G_QPSK Mode for port 1 and NONE for port 2.
        • The same working mode must be set for line boards at the source and sink nodes. Otherwise, services may be interrupted.


    4. Configure the operating wavelength of the N402P board.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select the board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
      2. On the Advanced tab, select the optical port for which the operating wavelength is to be configured.
      3. Select an optical port, click for Receive Wavelength No./Wavelength(nm)/Frequency(THz), and set the operating wavelength.
        NOTE:
        • When 400G_16QAM Mode or 400G_QPSK Mode is configured for the board, you are advised to set two consecutive wavelengths for the two channels of dual-carrier optical signals.
        • The same operating wavelength must be set for line boards at the source and sink nodes. Otherwise, services may be interrupted.
        Figure 2-20 Setting the operating wavelength of port 1



        Figure 2-21 Setting the operating wavelength of port 2



      4. Click Apply.

  2. Create a client trail.
    1. From the main menu, choose Service > WDM Trail > Create WDM Trail.

    2. Set the following parameters in the Create WDM Trail window:

      • Level: Client
      • Direction: bidirectional
      • Rate: 100GE


    3. Configure the source port.

      1. In Physical Root, double-click NE A. In the Select Board Port-Source window that is displayed, select the T404 board in slot 2 as the service receiving board.

      2. Select the service receiving port to 1(RX1/TX1) and click OK.

    4. Configure the sink port. For details, see 2.c.

    5. Select Auto-Calculation. In Server Layer Route Details, verify that Source and Sink of the trail are the same as planned.
    6. Click Apply. The Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.

  3. Create the trail for other three 100GE services with reference to 2.

    NOTE:
    When creating the second 100GE service, select port 2(RX2/TX2) for both the source and sink boards. When creating the third 100GE service, select port 3(RX3/TX3) for both the source and sink boards. When creating the fourth 100GE service, select port 4(RX4/TX4) for both the source and sink boards.

Follow-up Procedure

To view the created trail, choose Service > WDM Trail > Manage WDM Trail from the main menu. In the Manage WDM Trail window that is displayed, set the criteria to search for the new trail.

Configuration Example: Configuring HD-SDI->ODU1->OTU2 Services with Hitless Protection Using T120S Boards

Example Description

This topic describes how to configure an HD-SDI -> ODU1 -> OTU2 service with hitless protection.

Service Requirements

On the network shown in Figure 1: The video service processing board T120S is used to receive and transmit video services (such as SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI/DVB-ASI) in a WDM system. Hitless protection can be configured for ASON diamond services to achieve hitless service receiving.

Figure 2-22 Service configuration networking diagram

Service Configuration Process

This topic uses the HD-SDI service as an example to describe how to configure a hitless ASON trail.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The ports, parameters of the boards at each site have been set to the same values.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Legend Information

Figure 2-23 shows legend information about U2000 operations.
Figure 2-23 Legend Information

Procedure

  1. Configure the working mode of the T120S board at each site.

  2. Configure the service type of the T120S board at each site.

    NOTE:

    The service types of the T120S boards at each site must be the same.



    Table 2-2 Mapping between working modes and service types

    Port Working Mode

    Service Type

    ODU0 non-convergence mode (Any->ODU0)

    SDI/DVB-ASI

    ODU1 non-convergence mode (OTU1/Any->ODU1)

    HD-SDI

    ODUflex non-convergence mode (Any->ODUflex)

    3G-SDI

  3. Configure a hitless ASON trail (using site A as the source end and site B as the sink end).

    1. Visit the following navigation path.



    2. Set the source end parameters of the ASON trail.



    3. Set the sink end parameters of the ASON trail.

    4. Select Hitless Protection and calculate routes.

Follow-up Procedure

View the created service trail.



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