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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.

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Service Configuration

Service Configuration

Configuration Process

This topic describes the process of service configuration by station.

Configuration Process Description

Figure 2-37 shows the flowchart of service configuration by station.

Figure 2-37 Configuration flowchart

Table 2-4 describes the configuration steps.

Table 2-4 Configuration process
No. Step Description
1 Configure board ports and parameters.

Mandatory

This step involves the following operations:

  • Configuring the port type of the tributary board
    • Parameter settings: The port type is set based on the optical module in use.
    • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Setting the Port Type.
  • Configuring the operating wavelength of the line board
    • Parameter settings: The actual wavelength must be the same as the configured wavelength; otherwise, services cannot be enabled.
    • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Setting the Operating Wavelength of a Line Board.
  • Configuring the FEC type of the line board
    • Parameter settings: Select the correct FEC mode as required in the network design to ensure that the values of FEC mode of the interconnected boards in the upstream and downstream directions are the same.
    • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Setting the FEC Mode and Optical Port Speed Mode of the Line Board.
2 Configure the working mode. Optional
  • Parameter settings: When a board applicable for multiple scenarios is used, the working modes must be set for the ports of the board based on the actual application scenario to achieve different service mapping paths.
  • Operation description: For details about how to configure the port working mode, see Configuring the Working Mode. An EoO board does not require the setting of parameter Port Flex Rate.
NOTE:
  • When the GE/10GE port of the same NE is connected, the port working mode does not need to be configured.
  • In the case of cross-NE configuration, you must configure the port working mode.
3 Configure the service type.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Service transmission is normal only when the service type configured for WDM ports is consistent with the type of the transmitted services.
  • Operation description: The configuration is performed based on the planned service type. For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Service Type.
4 Configure the board mode.

Mandatory

  • Parameter settings: Select the line mode or relay mode.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Board Mode.
5 Configure the line rate.

Optional

  • Parameter settings: When the WDM-side signal is OTU2e or OTU3e, or when the client-side signal of the tributary board is 10GE LAN and Port Mapping is set to Bit Transparent Mapping (11.1 G) for the client-side port, set Line Rate of the line board to Speedup Mode. In any other cases, set Line Rate to Standard Mode.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Configuring the Line Rate.
6 Configure intra-board cross-connections.

Optional

  • If the used tributary board works in convergence mode, configure intra-board cross-connections between the RX/TX port and the ConvGroup port.
  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.
7 Configure inter-board cross-connections.

Mandatory

  • Cross-connections must be configured between the tributary boards and line boards.

  • Operation description: For details about the configuration procedure, see Creating Cross-Connections.

Configuration Tasks

This chapter describes basic operations that may be used when you configure services by station.

Configuring the Working Mode

Before using some boards, you need to configure the board working mode and port working modes for the boards. Different port working modes enable a board to process services differently.

Prerequisites

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

The required boards must be created.

Before changing the working mode or port working mode of a board, delete the cross-connections on the board.

Before you set the port rate for the N401P/N402P board, ensure that the license with corresponding capacity is configured. For details, see Setting License or Loading RTU.

Before you set the port working mode to Line Mode for the G402 or G404 board, ensure that the corresponding license is configured. For details, see Setting License or Loading RTU.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the board that you want to configure and choose Configuration > Working Mode from the Function Tree.
  2. In the Port Working Mode pane, select the desired optical port. Click the Port Working Mode or Port Flex Rate field and select the corresponding mode from the drop-down list.

    Figure 2-38 Set port working mode

    Figure 2-39 Set port flex rate

  3. Click Apply.In the displayed Result dialog box, click OK.
  4. Click Query.In the displayed Result dialog box, click OK. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.

Configuring the Service Mode

If services such as OTU1 are input to a board, you need to configure the service mode of the board.

Prerequisite

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Precautions

Modifying the service mode interrupts the existing services.

Procedure on the U2000

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board and choose Configuration > WDM Interface from the Function Tree.
  2. Click , and then choose Channel from the drop-down list.
  3. Select the Basic Attributes tab, and then select the desired optical port.
  4. Double-click the Service Mode field, and then choose the desired service mode from the drop-down list.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.

Configuring the Service Type

The services can be transmitted normally only when the type of the services at the WDM interface of the board is the same as the actual service type.

Prerequisite

You must be an NMS user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment and Materials

NMS

Precautions

  • Modifying the service type will lead to service interruption. For ASON services, this operation may trigger service rerouting.
  • When configuring a GE or 10GE service, make sure that the service encapsulation types specified for the transmitter and receiver are the same.

Procedure on the NMS

  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.

    NOTE:
    • If you set Service Type to Any, you must set the service rate in Client Service Bearer Rate (Mbit/s).
    • If you set Service Type to 10GE LAN, you must set the Port Mapping .

  4. Click Apply. Click OK in the dialog box displayed.
  5. Click Query, and the Operation Result dialog box is displayed. Click Close. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.

Configuring the Board Mode

The board supports different functions in different board modes. Set the board mode of the board properly according to the actual requirements.

Prerequisite

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment and Materials

U2000

Procedure on the U2000

  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 Board from the drop-down list.
  3. Double-click Board Mode to choose the desired mode from the drop-down list.

    NOTE:
    If a cross-connection is configured on the board, delete the cross-connection on the board before setting Board Mode.

  4. Click Apply. Click OK in the dialog box that is displayed.
  5. Click Query. Confirm that the query results are the same as the values that are set.

Configuring the Line Rate

This topic describes how to configure the line rate for each service mapping mode based on the actual signal rate. The line rates at the transmit and receive ends must be the same.

Prerequisites

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Background Information

When the WDM-side signal of the line board is OTU2e or OTU3e, or when the client-side signal of the tributary board is 10GE LAN and Port Mapping is set to Bit Transparent Mapping (11.1 G) for the client-side port, set Line Rate of the line board to Speedup Mode. In any other cases, set it to Standard Mode.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the desired board. In the navigation tree, choose Configuration > WDM Interface.
  2. Click By Board/Port(Channel). Select Channel from the drop-down list.
  3. On the Advanced Attributes tab, select the desired port and double-click Line Rate and set it to Standard Mode or Speedup Mode.
  4. Click Apply.
  5. In the Warning dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

Creating Cross-Connections

By creating a normal cross-connection, you can create the intra-board or inter-board route for a single service.

Prerequisite

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Background Information

  • If the capacity of the configured services is greater than the available cross-connection capacity, the service configuration fails.
  • When configuring a cross-connection, you must set the port working mode, service type, and line rate of the service at the source and sink ends of the cross-connection to the same values.
  • After a cross-connection service is created, the settings of the port working mode cannot be modified. If you want to modify the settings, delete the cross-connection service first.
  • For the broadcast cross-connections on the same tributary/line board of an OptiX OSN 9800 U series subrack (using TNU1UCXCS/TNU1UCXCS) or M24 subrack (the broadcast diagram of the same line board is used as an example), if the cross-connect granularity is ODU2 or ODU2e, changing the service type or line rate of any port on the tributary/line board will interrupt all cross-connection services.

Procedure on the U2000

  1. When configuring the cross-connection services, first configure the service type of the WDM interface of the OTU. For detailed configuration method, see Configuring the Service Type.
  2. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > WDM Service Management from the Function Tree.
  3. Click the WDM Cross-Connection Configuration tab.
  4. Create an intra-board cross-connection.
    1. Click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select corresponding values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

      NOTE:

      When Level is set to Any, Service Type must be the same as Service Type in WDM Interface.

    3. Click OK. The Operation Result dialog box appears telling you that the operation was successful, click Close.
    4. Click Query. The created cross-connection is displayed in WDM Cross-Connection Configuration.
  5. Create an inter-board cross-connection.
    1. Click New to display the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box.
    2. Select corresponding values for Level and Service Type and set other parameters for the service.

      NOTE:
      When Level is set to ODUflex, pay attention to the following:
      • In the Create Cross-Connection Service dialog box, set Service Type based on the plan so that Occupied OTUk Timeslots is displayed accordingly.
      • To configure 10GE LAN/100GE->ODUflex services, you must set Service Type to PACKET.
      • On the Advanced Attributes tab in WDM Interface, set Tolerance(ppm) to 10 when 3G-SDI services are received on the client side of the interconnected tributary board and to 100 when other services are received on the client side of the interconnected tributary board.

    3. Click OK. The Operation Result dialog box appears, indicating that the operation was successful. Click Close.
    4. Click Query. The created cross-connection is displayed in WDM Cross-Connection Configuration.

Activating Cross-Connection Service

For the cross-connection in the inactive state, you can enable services on a channel according to the channel resources reserved on the U2000.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

  • A cross-connection has been created and is in the inactive state.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000/Web LCT (U2000 is recommended)

Legend Information

Figure 2-40 shows legend information about U2000 operations.
Figure 2-40 Legend Information

Procedure on the U2000

  1. In the NE Explorer, set the activated state at the Cross-Connection Service to activating.

    Operation Example:



Deactivating Cross-Connection Service

To release the occupied channel resources, you need to deactivate cross-connections and then delete the cross-connections.

Prerequisite

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

The Cross-Connection Service must be created and the activated state of the service should be activated.

Tools, Equipment and Materials

U2000/Web LCT (U2000 is recommended)

Precautions

The deactivation operation may interrupt services.

Legend Information

Figure 2-41 shows legend information about U2000 operations.
Figure 2-41 Legend Information

Procedure on the U2000

  1. In the NE Explorer, set the activated state at the Cross-Connection Service to deactivating.

    Operation Example:



Parameters: WDM Cross-Connection Configuration

In this user interface, you can configure the cross-connections of various WDM services.

Table 2-5 WDM Cross-Connection Configuration

Field

Value

Description

Level Values of parameters vary with different boards and products. The Level parameter is used to differentiate the service types configured when electrical cross-connections are configured.

Direction

Unidirectional, Bidirectional.

Default: Unidirectional

The Direction parameter indicates the service direction mode when the service cross-connection is configured. It can be set to either Unidirectional or Bidirectional.

Source Slot

The Source Slot parameter is used to set the ID of the slot where the transmit board is located, which is configured with WDM cross-connections.

Source Optical Port

The Source Optical Port parameter is used to configure the transmit optical interface for a certain electrical cross-connect service .

Source Optical Channel

The Source Optical Channel parameter is used to set the number of the transmit channel in the port on the board with electrical cross-connections.

Sink Slot

The Sink Slot parameter is used to set the ID of the slot where the receive board is located, which is configured with WDM cross-connections.

Sink Optical Port

The Sink Optical Port parameter is used to configure the receive optical interface for a certain electrical cross-connect service (unidirectional service flow).

Sink Optical Channel

The Sink Optical Channel parameter is used to set the number of the receive channel in the port on the OTU board with electrical cross-connections.

Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots

The rule for calculating the value of Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots is as follows: Value = Service rate mapping the service type configured at a port/Bandwidth of each TS subtimeslot (1.25 Gbit/s). If the value is not an integer, the value is the quotient plus 1. For example, if an FC400 service is received, the value of Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots is 4 (4.25 Gbit/s/1.25 Gbit/s = 3.4, 3 + 1 = 4).

The number of ODUflex timeslots for received services. This parameter is set based on the type and rate of the service received by the port.

Service Rate(bit/s)

The parameter value varies according to the value of Occupied ODTUk Timeslots

The parameter value varies according to the value of Occupied ODTUk Timeslots. It cannot be set manually.

Activation Status

Active, Inactive

Default: Active

The Activation Status parameter is used to display whether the service cross-connection configuration is activated.
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