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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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PON Deployment Management Introduction

PON Deployment Management Introduction

This chapter describes the PON deployment management feature, including the definition, benefits, functions, principles, and KPIs of the feature.

Definition

PON deployment refers to the process of deploying PON devices (including MxUs and ONTs) on the network after the OLT deployment is completed. After PON devices are powered on, service configurations can be automatically distributed based on the preconfigured zero-touch policy, implementing device deployment.

Function

This topic describes the PON device deployment management function.

  • OLT global configuration management

    This function provides capabilities of configuring service-related VLANs on OLTs, binding upstream ports, and automatically generating templates for deploying other PON devices. OLT global configurations can take effect only after being delivered to OLTs.

  • MxU configuration management

    This function provides the capability of performing service configuration for predeployed MxUs, including configuring upstream ports, VLANs, and user ports.

  • Multiservice profile management

    Provide a profile for configuring multiple ONU services in a centralized manner. The profile content includes the ONT bandwidth, voice, multicast, on-demand and 802.1x authentication services. The multi-service profile can be bound to an ONU for immediate service provisioning, or used with a zero configuration policy for service planning.

  • Zero-touch policy management

    This function provides capabilities of automatically generating a deployment task based on the policy information configured by a user when PON devices (MxUs or ONTs) are launched, adding PON devices, and performing related service configuration, to implement device deployment.

  • Deployment task management

    This function provides capabilities of managing tasks during PON device deployment, monitoring task execution status, and viewing failure information. In addition, the retry capability is provided.

  • Dual-homing protection group

    This function provides capabilities of creating dual-homing protection groups, configuring the mapping between working OLTs and protection OLTs, viewing created dual-homing protection groups in tables, and modifying and deleting created dual-homing protection groups.

  • Deployment wizard

    This function provides the capability of implementing PON device deployment quickly based on the wizard. The main steps of global configuration and zero-touch policy are organized together in wizard mode.

    Figure 18-4 Configuration Guide

Application Restrictions

This feature has no application restriction.

Key Parameters

This feature has no special indicator.

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Updated: 2019-09-12

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