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Cisco ONS 15454 Series Multiservice Provisioning Platforms

Field Notice: FN - 62932 - ONS SFPs Used in the 15454-MRC-12 Card May Not Be Able to Be Removed from Slot 6 and 12 of the Card


November 2, 2007

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Revision History

Revision

Date

Comment

1.0

02-NOV-2007

Initial Public Release

Products Affected

Products Affected

Top Assembly

Hardware Revision

Part Number

Revision

15454-MRC-I-12

800-24423-02

(Old) B0

(New) C0

15454-MRC-I-12=

800-24423-02

(Old) D0

(New) E0

15454E-MRC-2.5G12

800-27626-02

(Old) B0

(New) C0

15454E-MRC-2.5G12=

800-27626-02

(Old) B0

(New) C0

15454E-MRC-I-12

800-24423-02

(Old) B0

(New) C0

15454E-MRC-I-12=

800-24423-02

(Old) D0

(New) E0

Problem Description

In some conditions, the SFP cages can lock in the SFP module manufactured by OCP. The interference can occur between the SFP cage gasket and the SFP body (only OCP is affected) when inserted in the position 6 or 12 of the cards.

This has only happened in the lab, and not in the field or customers sites.

Background

The engineering team has found that the deformed finger within the SFP card cage can engage the SFP package on the recessed side feature and will lock the pluggable inside that cage. This has not happened at any customers sites, only in the lab.

Problem Symptoms

In case of the failure, the SFP inserted in position 6 or 12 cannot be pulled out of the MRC card.

Workaround/Solution

The workaround/solution available for this card is to have it replaced through the normal Cisco RMA process.

How To Identify Hardware Levels

To determine the Part Number, Hardware Revision and Serial Number of your ONS 15454-MRC-I-12, 15454E-MRC-I-12 or 15454E-MRC-2.5G12 cards:

Open Cisco Transport Controller.

From the Shelf View, select Inventory.

From the Inventory tab, locate the MRC-I-12 or MRC-2.5G12 cards and compare the information from the Inventory tab against the Products Affected section above.

If you are using TL1 commands.

1. >ACT-USER::

2. >RTRV-INV::ALL

3. >CANC-USER::

Compare the information from the TL1 inventory command against the Products Affected section above.

For More Information

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