Cisco Transport Manager User's Guide, 9.0
Appendix C: Slot Property Information--Common, DWDM, Electrical, and Ethernet Cards
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Slot Property Information—Common, DWDM, Electrical, and Ethernet Cards

Table Of Contents

Slot Property Information—Common, DWDM, Electrical, and Ethernet Cards

C.1  Common Cards

C.1.1  Slot Properties—AIC

C.1.2  Slot Properties—AIC-I

C.1.3  Slot Properties—AIU

C.1.4  Slot Properties—CMP

C.1.5  Slot Properties—CMP-W

C.1.6  Slot Properties—CTX-2500

C.1.7  Slot Properties—CTX-CL600

C.1.8  Slot Properties—EOI-W

C.1.9  Slot Properties—FILLER

C.1.10  Slot Properties—IOC-W

C.1.11  Slot Properties—LSM-W

C.1.12  Slot Properties—MIC-28-3-A and MIC-28-3-B

C.1.13  Slot Properties—MMU (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

C.1.14  Slot Properties—OCP

C.1.15  Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

C.1.16  Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15808)

C.1.17  Slot Properties—OSU-W

C.1.18  Slot Properties—PLF

C.1.19  Slot Properties—RBU

C.1.20  Slot Properties—SCF

C.1.21  Slot Properties—SCU

C.1.22  Slot Properties—SNH

C.1.23  Slot Properties—SNS

C.1.24  Slot Properties—SSXC

C.1.25  Slot Properties—TCC+

C.1.26  Slot Properties—TCC-I

C.1.27  Slot Properties—TCC2

C.1.28  Slot Properties—TCC2P

C.1.29  Slot Properties—TSC

C.1.30  Slot Properties—UDC

C.1.31  Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

C.1.32  Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15808)

C.1.33  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15327 and ONS 15454 SONET)

C.1.34  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15454 SDH)

C.1.35  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

C.1.36  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15808)

C.1.37  Slot Properties—XC

C.1.38  Slot Properties—XC-VXL-10G

C.1.39  Slot Properties—XC10G

C.1.40  Slot Properties—XCVT

C.1.41  Slot Properties—XCVXC

C.1.42  Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15305)

C.1.43  Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15327)

C.2  DWDM Cards

C.2.1  Slot Properties—2.5G_DM

C.2.2  Slot Properties—2.5G_DMP

C.2.3  Slot Properties—2.5G Multirate Transponder

C.2.4  Slot Properties—32DMX

C.2.5  Slot Properties—32DMX-L

C.2.6  Slot Properties—32DMX_O

C.2.7  Slot Properties—40-DMX-C

C.2.8  Slot Properties—32MUX_O

C.2.9  Slot Properties—40-MUX-C

C.2.10  Slot Properties—32WD-IR

C.2.11  Slot Properties—32WSS

C.2.12  Slot Properties—32WSS-L

C.2.13  Slot Properties—40-WSS-C

C.2.14  Slot Properties—40-WXC-C

C.2.15  Slot Properties—4MD_xx.x

C.2.16  Slot Properties—AD_1B_xx.x

C.2.17  Slot Properties—AD_1C_xx.x

C.2.18  Slot Properties—AD_2C_xx.x

C.2.19  Slot Properties—AD_4B_xx.x

C.2.20  Slot Properties—AD_4C_xx.x

C.2.21  Slot Properties—ADA

C.2.22  Slot Properties—ADM-10G

C.2.23  Slot Properties—BBA

C.2.24  Slot Properties—BBA/RBA

C.2.25  Slot Properties—BCS-ELH

C.2.26  Slot Properties—BCS-LH

C.2.27  Slot Properties—Demultiplexer

C.2.28  Slot Properties—IRBA

C.2.29  Slot Properties—GE_XP and 10GE_XP

C.2.30  Slot Properties—Multiplexer

C.2.31  Slot Properties—MXP_2.5G_10E

C.2.32  Slot Properties—MXP_2.5G_10G

C.2.33  Slot Properties—MXP_MR_10DME

C.2.34  Slot Properties—OA-ELH

C.2.35  Slot Properties—OAD-8-C

C.2.36  Slot Properties—OADM-P4

C.2.37  Slot Properties—OBA-C

C.2.38  Slot Properties—OECP

C.2.39  Slot Properties—OEP-C

C.2.40  Slot Properties—OP-ELH

C.2.41  Slot Properties—OPA-C

C.2.42  Slot Properties—OPT-AMP-17-C and OPT-AMP-C

C.2.43  Slot Properties—OPT-AMP-L

C.2.44  Slot Properties—OPT-RAMP-C

C.2.45  Slot Properties—OPT-BST

C.2.46  Slot Properties—OPT-BST-E

C.2.47  Slot Properties—OPT-BST-L

C.2.48  Slot Properties—OPT-PRE

C.2.49  Slot Properties—ORP-ELH

C.2.50  Slot Properties—OSC-CSM

C.2.51  Slot Properties—OTU2_XP

C.2.52  Slot Properties—PRE-L

C.2.53  Slot Properties—PRE-L-IR

C.2.54  Slot Properties—PSM

C.2.55  Slot Properties—TPA

C.2.56  Slot Properties—TXP_MR_10E

C.2.57  Slot Properties—TXP_MR_10G

C.2.58  Slot Properties—WD

C.3  Electrical Cards

C.3.1  Slot Properties—DS-1-14

C.3.2  Slot Properties—DS1-28/DS3-EC1-3

C.3.3  Slot Properties—DS1-84/DS3-EC1-3

C.3.4  Slot Properties—DS-1N

C.3.5  Slot Properties—DS-3-12

C.3.6  Slot Properties—DS-3E

C.3.7  Slot Properties—DS-3i

C.3.8  Slot Properties—DS-3i-N-12

C.3.9  Slot Properties—DS-3XM-6

C.3.10  Slot Properties—DS-N

C.3.11  Slot Properties—DS1_E1_56

C.3.12  Slot Properties—DS3_EC1_48

C.3.13  Slot Properties—DS3XM-12

C.3.14  Slot Properties—E-1

C.3.15  Slot Properties—E1_21_E3_DS3_3 and E1_63_E3_DS3_3

C.3.16  Slot Properties—E1-42

C.3.17  Slot Properties—E1-63 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.3.18  Slot Properties—E1-8 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.3.19  Slot Properties—E1-N-14

C.3.20  Slot Properties—E3-12

C.3.21  Slot Properties—E3T3_6 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.3.22  Slot Properties—EC1-12

C.3.23  Slot Properties—FMEC-E3/DS-3

C.4  Ethernet Cards

C.4.1  Slot Properties—CE-100T-8 (ONS 15310 CL, ONS 15310 MA SONET, and ONS 15310 MA SDH)

C.4.2  Slot Properties—CE-100T-8 (ONS 15454 SONET)

C.4.3  Slot Properties—CE-100T-8 (ONS 15454 SDH)

C.4.4  Slot Properties—CE-1000-4 (ONS 15454 SDH and ONS 15454 SONET)

C.4.5  Slot Properties—CE-MR-6

C.4.6  Slot Properties—CE-MR-10

C.4.7  Slot Properties—E10/100T-4

C.4.8  Slot Properties—E1000-2

C.4.9  Slot Properties—E1000-2-G

C.4.10  Slot Properties—E100T-12

C.4.11  Slot Properties—E100T-G

C.4.12  Slot Properties—E100-8 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.4.13  Slot Properties—E100-WAN-8 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.4.14  Slot Properties—ETH1000

C.4.15  Slot Properties—G1000-2

C.4.16  Slot Properties—G1000-4

C.4.17  Slot Properties—GE-2 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.4.18  Slot Properties—GigE-WAN-2 (ONS 15305 CTC)

C.4.19  Slot Properties—ML-100T-8

C.4.20  Slot Properties—ML1000-2

C.4.21  Slot Properties—ML100T-12

C.4.22  Slot Properties—ML100X-8

C.4.23  Slot Properties—ML-MR-10

C.4.24  Slot Properties—MS-ISC-100T

C.4.25  Slot Properties—RAN-SVC


Slot Property Information—Common, DWDM, Electrical, and Ethernet Cards


This appendix provides information on the cards supported in CTM. This appendix contains the following sections:

Common Cards

DWDM Cards

Electrical Cards

Ethernet Cards


Note In the CTM GUI, display-only fields have a gray background.



Caution Refer to the appropriate hardware documentation before attempting to set thresholds on ONS 1580x boards. See 1.7  Related Documentation, page 1-52.

C.1  Common Cards

This section describes the following common cards supported within CTM:

Slot Properties—AIC

Slot Properties—AIC-I

Slot Properties—AIU

Slot Properties—CMP

Slot Properties—CMP-W

Slot Properties—CTX-2500

Slot Properties—CTX-CL600

Slot Properties—EOI-W

Slot Properties—FILLER

Slot Properties—IOC-W

Slot Properties—LSM-W

Slot Properties—MIC-28-3-A and MIC-28-3-B

Slot Properties—MMU (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

Slot Properties—OCP

Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15808)

Slot Properties—OSU-W

Slot Properties—PLF

Slot Properties—RBU

Slot Properties—SCF

Slot Properties—SCU

Slot Properties—SNH

Slot Properties—SNS

Slot Properties—SSXC

Slot Properties—TCC+

Slot Properties—TCC-I

Slot Properties—TCC2

Slot Properties—TCC2P

Slot Properties—TSC

Slot Properties—UDC

Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15808)

Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15327 and ONS 15454 SONET)

Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15454 SDH)

Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15808)

Slot Properties—XC

Slot Properties—XC-VXL-10G

Slot Properties—XC10G

Slot Properties—XCVT

Slot Properties—XCVXC

Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15305)

Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15327)

C.1.1  Slot Properties—AIC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET or ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The optional Alarm Interface Controller (AIC) card provides customer-defined alarm input/output (I/O) and supports local and express orderwire.

For the AIC module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Alarm Extenders, Local Orderwire, Express Orderwire, and Info.

C.1.1.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the AIC that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.1.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update AIC identification information.

Table C-1 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the Common Language Equipment Identifier (CLEI) code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.1.3  Alarm Extenders Tab

The Alarm Extenders tab allows you view AIC alarm information and create custom alarm types. The Alarm Extenders tab contains the following subtabs:

External Alarms Subtab

External Controls Subtab

User-Defined Alarms Subtab

C.1.1.3.1  External Alarms Subtab

The External Alarms subtab allows you to view and update external alarm information.

Table C-2 Field Descriptions for the External Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Input Number

Displays the alarm input number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the alarm input number.

Alarm Type

Choose an alarm type from the provided list.

Severity

Choose a severity from the list.

Raised When

Choose the contact condition that will trigger the alarm in CTC.

Virtual Wire

To assign the external device to a virtual wire, choose a virtual wire from the list, or choose None if no assignment is required.

Description

Displays a default description that is provided for every enabled external alarm.

Raised

Indicates if an alarm has been raised.

Contact Status

Indicates the current status of the contact.


C.1.1.3.2  External Controls Subtab

The External Controls subtab allows you to view and update external controls.

Table C-3 Field Descriptions for the External Controls Subtab 

Field
Description

Control Number

Displays the control number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the control number.

Control Type

Choose a control type from the provided list.

Trigger Type

Choose a trigger type: a local minor, major, or critical alarm; a remote minor, major, or critical alarm; or a virtual wire activation.

Description

Enter a description.

Current State

Displays the current state of the control.

Auto State

Displays the auto state of the control.

Contact Setting

Displays the current contact setting.


C.1.1.3.3  User-Defined Alarms Subtab

The User-Defined Alarms subtab allows you to view, add, and delete custom alarm types on AIC cards.

Table C-4 Field Descriptions for the User-Defined Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Types

Lists the user-defined alarm types that have been created on the AIC card. You can create up to 50 custom environmental alarms, which are reported in the Condition column in the Alarm Log and Alarm Browser windows.

Add

Click the Add button to add a new custom alarm type. Enter a unique alarm type name that contains 20 characters or fewer. Only the following characters are valid: 0-9, A-Z, a-z, and hyphen (-).

Delete

Click the Delete button to delete an existing alarm type.


C.1.1.4  Local Orderwire Tab

Local Orderwire allows a craftsperson to plug a phoneset into a node and communicate with craftspeople working at other nodes or other facility equipment. The orderwire is a pulse code modulation (PCM) encoded voice channel that uses E1 or E2 bytes in section/line overhead. The AIC allows simultaneous use of both local (section overhead signal) and express (line overhead channel) orderwire channels on a SONET ring or particular optics facility. Local orderwire also allows communication at regeneration sites when the regenerator is not a Cisco device.

Table C-5 Field Descriptions for the Local Orderwire Tab 

Field
Description

4-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm (decibels referenced per milliwatt) by moving the slider to the right or left for the four-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.

2-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the two-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.


C.1.1.5  Express Orderwire Tab

The Express Orderwire tab allows you to configure express orderwire settings.

Table C-6 Field Descriptions for the Express Orderwire Tab 

Field
Description

4-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the four-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.

2-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the two-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.


C.1.1.6  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the AIC card.

Table C-7 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.2  Slot Properties—AIC-I

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET or ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The optional Alarm Interface Controller-International (AIC-I) card provides customer-defined (environmental) alarms and controls and supports local and express orderwire. It provides twelve customer-defined input and four customer-defined input/output contacts. The physical connections are through the backplane wire-wrap pin terminals.

For the AIC-I module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Card, Alarm Extenders, Local Orderwire, Express Orderwire, and Info.

C.1.2.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the AIC-I that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.2.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update AIC-I identification information.

Table C-8 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.2.3  Card Tab

The Card tab allows you to view and update AIC-I card information.

Table C-9 Field Descriptions for the Card Tab 

Field
Description

Add Extension

Check this check box if you are using the Alarm Expansion Panel (AEP).

Extended Type

The AEP radio button is automatically selected if you checked the Add Extension check box.

Input/Output

Select External Alarm if you use external alarms only; select External Control if you use both external alarms and external controls. Selecting only External Alarm gives you 16 external alarm ports and no external control ports. If you select External control, four of the ports are converted to external control ports, leaving you with 12 external alarm ports.

Station Number

Enter a four-digit station number. The valid range is 0 to 9999.


C.1.2.4  Alarm Extenders Tab

The Alarm Extenders tab allows you view AIC-I alarm information. The Alarm Extenders tab contains the following subtabs:

External Alarms Subtab

External Controls Subtab

User-Defined Alarms Subtab

C.1.2.4.1  External Alarms Subtab

The External Alarms subtab allows you to view and update external alarm information.

Table C-10 Field Descriptions for the External Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Input Number

The alarm input number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the alarm input number.

Alarm Type

Choose an alarm type from the provided list.

Severity

Choose a severity from the list.

Raised When

Choose the contact condition that will trigger the alarm in CTC.

Virtual Wire

To assign the external device to a virtual wire, choose a virtual wire from the list, or choose None if no assignment is required.

Description

A default description is provided in this line for every external alarm that is enabled.

Raised

Indicates if an alarm has been raised.

Contact Status

Indicates the current status of the contact.


C.1.2.4.2  External Controls Subtab

The External Controls subtab allows you to view and update external controls.

Table C-11 Field Descriptions for the External Controls Subtab 

Field
Description

Control Number

The control number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the control number.

Control Type

Choose a control type from the provided list.

Trigger Type

Choose a trigger type: a local minor, major, or critical alarm; a remote minor, major, or critical alarm; or a virtual wire activation.

Description

Enter a description.

Current State

The current state of the control.

Auto State

The auto state of the control.

Contact Setting

The current contact setting.


C.1.2.4.3  User-Defined Alarms Subtab

The User-Defined Alarms subtab allows you to view, add, and delete custom alarm types on AIC-I cards.

Table C-12 Field Descriptions for the User-Defined Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Types

Lists the user-defined alarm types that have been created on the AIC-I card. You can create up to 50 custom environmental alarms, which are reported in the Condition column in the Alarm Log and Alarm Browser windows.

Add

Click the Add button to add a new custom alarm type. Enter a unique alarm type name that contains 20 characters or fewer. Only the following characters are valid: 0-9, A-Z, a-z, and hyphen (-).

Delete

Click the Delete button to delete an existing alarm type.


C.1.2.5  Local Orderwire Tab

Orderwire allows a craftsperson to plug a phoneset into a node and communicate with craftspeople working at other nodes or other facility equipment. The orderwire is a pulse code modulation (PCM) encoded voice channel that uses E1 or E2 bytes in section/line overhead. The AIC-I allows simultaneous use of both local (section overhead signal) and express (line overhead channel) orderwire channels on a SONET ring or particular optics facility. Local orderwire also allows communication at regeneration sites when the regenerator is not a Cisco device.

Table C-13 Field Descriptions for the Local Orderwire Tab 

Field
Description

Buzzer

The AIC-I supports selective dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) dialing for telephony connectivity, which causes one AIC-I card or all AIC-I cards on the orderwire subnetwork to ring. The ringer/buzzer resides on the AIC-I. If you want to turn on the audible alert (buzzer) for the orderwire, check the Buzzer check box.

4-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the four-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.

2-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the two-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.


C.1.2.6  Express Orderwire Tab

The Express Orderwire tab allows you to configure express orderwire settings.

Table C-14 Field Descriptions for the Express Orderwire Tab 

Field
Description

Buzzer

If you want to turn on the audible alert (buzzer) for the orderwire, check the Buzzer check box.

4-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the four-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.

2-Wire Level

If needed, adjust the Tx and Rx dBm by moving the slider to the right or left for the two-wire headset that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.


C.1.2.7  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the AIC-I card.

Table C-15 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.3  Slot Properties—AIU

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Alarm Interface Unit (AIU) manages digital and analog inputs from external equipment. It also manages digital outputs that can control external devices. The AIU allows remote control of isolated optical line amplification sites. Each AIU module manages up to 32 digital inputs, eight analog inputs, and 20 digital outputs. The digital inputs are ground-activated and are used to monitor site conditions such as fire alarms, flood warnings, and open doors. The analog inputs are used to remotely monitor voltages from transducers with slow parameter sensors. The digital outputs are used to operate equipment remotely. For example, digital outputs are used to start a generator engine or turn on security lights at a remote site from the network operations center (NOC).

For ONS 15808 AIU, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Analog, Digital Input, and Digital Output.

C.1.3.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the AIU that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table, in the Alarm Browser, or in the AIU PM table.

C.1.3.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update AIU identification information.

Table C-16 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the AIU is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the AIU is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the AIU is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the AIU.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the AIU.

State

Allows you to place the AIU in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the AIU.


C.1.3.3  Analog Tab

The Analog tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the AIU analog voltages. Each AIU module manages up to eight analog inputs.

Table C-17 Field Descriptions for the Analog Tab 

Field
Description
General Analog Input 1-8

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current analog input (in volts) from analog source x.

Voltage High

Sets the high voltage threshold, the alarm severity level, and a description of the alarm.

Voltage Low

Sets the low voltage threshold, the alarm severity level, and a description of the alarm.

Name

Sets the name of the general analog input on which the alarm occurred.


C.1.3.4  Digital Input Tab

The Digital Input tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the AIU digital inputs. Each AIU module manages up to 32 digital inputs.

Table C-18 Field Descriptions for the Digital Input Tab 

Field
Description
General Digital Input 1-32

General Digital Input x

Shows the current alarm status of the general digital input.

Alarm Severity

Sets the alarm severity (critical, major, minor, warning, or not reported).

Name

Sets the name of the general digital input on which the alarm occurred.

Description

Sets a description of the alarm.


C.1.3.5  Digital Output Tab

The Digital Output tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the AIU digital outputs. Each AIU module manages up to 20 digital outputs.

Table C-19 Field Descriptions for the Digital Output Tab 

Field
Description
General Digital Output 1-20

General Digital Output x

Sets the general digital output status to Operated or Released.

Name

Sets the name of the general digital output on which the alarm occurred.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.4  Slot Properties—CMP

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Control and Monitoring Processor (CMP) module monitors and relays commands to the ONS 15808 modules. It also provides an interface to supervisory software such as CTM. The CMP module is able to monitor all modules in the system through the Shelf Control Unit (SCU) module, which connects the internal control buses (CBUS) of all optical subracks in the site. This configuration allows all modules installed at a site to be managed as a unique NE. In sites containing more than one bay, multiple CMP modules are required. One CMP module is required for each bay.

CMP modules shown include:

Control and Monitoring Processor—Master (CMP)

Control and Monitoring Processor—Slave (CMP-S)

For ONS 15808 CMP modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Statistics.

C.1.4.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the CMP module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table or in the Alarm Browser.

C.1.4.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update CMP module identification information.

Table C-20 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the CMP module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the CMP module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the CMP module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the CMP module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

State

Allows you to place the CMP module in service.


C.1.4.3  Statistics Tab

The Statistics tab allows you to view memory statistics for the CMP module.

Table C-21 Field Descriptions for the Statistics Tab 

Field
Description
Memory

Free disk/flash space

Shows the amount of remaining free disk/flash space, in megabytes.

Percentage of free space

Shows the percentage of remaining free disk/flash space.

Free RAM memory

Shows the amount of free RAM memory, in megabytes.

Percentage of free RAM memory

Shows the percentage of remaining free RAM memory.

RAM largest contiguous block

Shows the largest contiguous block of RAM memory, in megabytes.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.5  Slot Properties—CMP-W

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Control and Monitoring Processor-Master (CMP-W) module is the heart of the management system, controlling all optical and common modules in the ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 NE. The CMP-W module collects information about status, alarms, parameters, and actions on the internal control bus (CBUS). The CMP-W module makes NE information available to the local craft terminal and to the element management system.

For the CMP-W module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Statistics. Fields on these tabs are described in the following sections.

C.1.5.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the CMP-W module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) Right-click the graphic to open a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Alarm Browser, Equipment Inventory table, 15-Minute PM table, or 1-Day PM table.

C.1.5.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update CMP-W module identification information.

Table C-22 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the CMP-W module is installed.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the CMP-W module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the CMP-W module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the CMP-W module.

Software Version

Displays the NE software version of the agent that it is running.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the module BIOS (future).

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the module board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware.

State

Allows you to place the CMP-W module in service.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the CMP-W module.


C.1.5.3  Statistics Tab

The Statistics tab allows you to view memory statistics for the CMP-W module.

Table C-23 Field Descriptions for the Statistics Tab 

Field
Description
Memory

Free disk/flash space

Shows the amount of remaining free disk/flash space, in megabytes.

Percentage of free space

Shows the percentage of remaining free disk/flash space.

Free RAM memory

Shows the amount of free RAM memory, in megabytes.

Percentage of free RAM memory

Shows the percentage of remaining free RAM memory.

RAM largest contiguous block

Shows the largest contiguous block of RAM memory, in megabytes.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.6  Slot Properties—CTX-2500

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15310 MA SONET or ONS 15310 MA SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The CTX-2500 card, for use with the ONS 15310 MA SONET or ONS 15310 MA SDH, is a fully nonblocking cross-connect card that operates in a redundant configuration. It performs system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET data communications channel (DCC) termination, system fault detection, and cross-connect maintenance and management for the ONS 15310 MA SONET and ONS 15310 MA SDH. The card also provides the circuitry for the OC-3/OC-12/OC-48 interfaces, and ensures that the system maintains timing with SMC stability.

The CTX-2500 card provides 576 x 576 STS-1 level cross-connections, 96 x 96 TU-3 level cross-connections, 2688 x 2688 VT1.5s, or 2016 x 2016 VT2s.

The CTX-2500 card can be installed in slots 3 or 4. Protection switches between the active and standby CTX-2500 are hitless (less than a 50-ms impact to any traffic).

The CTX-2500 supports errorless side switches (switching from one CTX-2500 on one side of the shelf to the other CTX-2500 on the other side of the shelf) when the switch is initiated through software and is caused by a software upgrade.

There are two PPM (small form factor pluggable [SFP]) slots on the CTX-2500 faceplate. Each slot can contain a one-port PPM. Cisco-qualified SFPs can be single-rate (OC-3, OC-12, or OC-48) or multirate (OC-3, OC-12, and OC-48). Single-rate PPMs are autoprovisioned when they are installed, but multirate PPMs must be provisioned. This behavior can be controlled by NE defaults.

The following figure shows the CTX-2500 card faceplate.

Figure C-1 CTX-2500 Faceplate

For the CTX-2500 module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Pluggable Provisioning, Line, STS, VT, Loopback, Alarm Behavior, Transceiver, Auto Laser Shutdown, Protection, J1 Path Trace, and Section Trace.

C.1.6.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the CTX-2500 that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.1.6.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update CTX-2500 identification information.

Table C-24 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Card State

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.6.3  Pluggable Provisioning Tab

The Pluggable Provisioning tab allows you to view and provision pluggable entities; for example, the pluggable port module (PPM) and pluggable I/O module (PIM) and the ports inside these entities.

Table C-25 Field Descriptions for the Pluggable Provisioning Tab 

Field
Description

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module and the port number.

Rate

Displays the rate of the port inside the pluggable entity.


C.1.6.3.1  Provision Pluggable Dialog Box

Click the Create button to launch the Provision Pluggable dialog box. This dialog box allows you to provision pluggable entities such as the PPM and PIM, and to create the ports inside these entities.

Table C-26 describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when provisioning a PPM.

Table C-27 applies only to the ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 card and describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when provisioning a PIM.

Table C-28 describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when provisioning a PPM.

Table C-29 describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when creating the ports inside the PPM and PIM.

Table C-26 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PPM 

Field
Description

PPM #

Sets the PPM number.

No. of Ports

Sets the number of ports inside the PPM.

PPM Type

Sets the type of PPM.


Table C-27 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PIM (ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 Card) 

Field
Description

PIM #

Sets the PIM number.

No. of Ports

Sets the number of ports inside the PIM.

PIM Type

Sets the type of PIM.


Table C-28 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PPM (ONS 15454 SONET/SDH MRC-12 Card) 

Field
Description

PPM

Select the PPM for which you want to create the port.

PPM Type

Sets the PPM type.


Table C-29 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box 

Field
Description

PPM

Select the PPM for which you want to create the port.

Port Number

Sets the port number.

Port Rate

Sets the rate of the new port.


C.1.6.4  Line Tab

The Line tab allows you to view and update line card information. The Line tab displays the following subtabs:

Line Config Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Alarm Thresholds Subtab

C.1.6.4.1  Line Config Subtab

The Line Config subtab allows you to view and change the line settings of an optical card.

Table C-30 Field Descriptions for the Line Config Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Port Rate

Sets the rate of the new port.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

ProvidesSync

When checked, the card is provisioned as an NE timing reference.

EnableSyncMsg

Enables synchronization status messages (S1 byte), which allow the node to choose the best timing source.

SendDoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) message on the S1 byte.

Send <FF> DoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) (0xff) message on the S1 byte.

Type

Defines the port as SONET or SDH.

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

AINS Soak Count Down

Automatic in-service soak countdown. Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh:mm format, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically.

Admin SSM

If the node does not receive an SSM signal, it defaults to synchronization traceability unknown (STU). Admin SSM allows you to override the STU value with one of the following:

PRS—Primary reference source (Stratum 1)

STS2—Stratum 2

TNC—Transit node clock

STS3E—Stratum 3E

STS3—Stratum 3

SMC—SONET minimum clock

ST4—Stratum 4

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

PJSTSMon#

Sets the STS that will be used for pointer justification. If set to 0, no STS is monitored. Only one STS can be monitored on each OC-N port.

0 (Cisco default)-3 (OC-3, per port)

0 (Cisco default)-12 (OC-12)

0 (Cisco default)-48 (OC-48)

Reach

Allows you to provision the reach value. You can choose Auto Provision, which allows the system to automatically provision the reach from the PPM reach value on the hardware. Choose one of the following reach distances:

Note The reach distance options that appear in the drop-down list depend on the card selected.

SR (short reach, up to 2 km distance)

SR 1 (up to 2 km distance)

IR 1 (intermediate reach, up to 15 km distance)

IR 2 (up to 40 km distance)

LR 1 (long reach, up to 40 km distance)

LR 2 (up to 80 km distance)

LR 3 (up to 80 km distance)

I1

S1

S2

L1

L2

L3

SX (up to 550 m or 270 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

LX (up to 10 km or 550 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

CX

T

DX (up to 40 km distance)

HX (up to 40 km distance)

ZX (up to 80 km distance)

VX (up to 100 km distance)

Wavelength

Allows you to provision the wavelength frequency. The Wavelength column lists the correct wavelengths, depending on the type of card and the band selected.


C.1.6.4.2  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-31 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.

PSC

In a 1 + 1 protection scheme for a working card, protection switching count (PSC) is a count of the number of times service switches from a working card to a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the working card. For a protection card, PSC is a count of the number of times service switches to a working card from a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the protection card. The PSC PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSC is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

PSD

Protection switching duration (PSD) applies to the length of time, in seconds, that service is carried on another line. For a working line, PSD is a count of the number of seconds that service was carried on the protection line. For the protection line, it is a count of the seconds that the line was used to carry service. The PSD PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSD is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.


C.1.6.4.3  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-32 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.

PSC

In a 1 + 1 protection scheme for a working card, protection switching count (PSC) is a count of the number of times service switches from a working card to a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the working card. For a protection card, PSC is a count of the number of times service switches to a working card from a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the protection card. The PSC PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSC is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

PSD

Protection switching duration (PSD) applies to the length of time, in seconds, that service is carried on another line. For a working line, PSD is a count of the number of seconds that service was carried on the protection line. For the protection line, it is a count of the seconds that the line was used to carry service. The PSD PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSD is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.


C.1.6.4.4  Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Section Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 15-minute section threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-33 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.6.4.5  Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Section Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 1-day section threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-34 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.6.4.6  Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Physical Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change 15-minute physical threshold information on an optical card.

Table C-35 Field Descriptions for the Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Pluggable entity number and port number.

LBC-HIGH

Maximum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

LBC-LOW

Minimum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 20 percent.

OPT-HIGH

Maximum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 120 percent.

OPT-LOW

Minimum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 80 percent.

OPR-HIGH

Maximum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

OPR-LOW

Minimum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 50 percent.

Set OPR

Setting the optical power received (OPR) establishes the received power level as 100 percent. If the received power decreases, then the OPR percentage decreases to reflect the loss in received power. For example, if the received power decreases 3 dBm, the OPR decreases 50 percent.


C.1.6.4.7  Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Physical Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change 1-day physical threshold information on an optical card.

Table C-36 Field Descriptions for the Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Pluggable entity number and port number.

LBC-HIGH

Maximum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

LBC-LOW

Minimum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 20 percent.

OPT-HIGH

Maximum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 120 percent.

OPT-LOW

Minimum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 80 percent.

OPR-HIGH

Maximum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

OPR-LOW

Minimum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 50 percent.

Set OPR

Setting the OPR establishes the received power level as 100 percent. If the received power decreases, then the OPR percentage decreases to reflect the loss in received power. For example, if the received power decreases 3 dBm, the OPR decreases 50 percent.


C.1.6.4.8  Alarm Thresholds Subtab

The Alarm Thresholds subtab allows you to select thresholds for alarm generation.

Table C-37 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Thresholds Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

The port number.

LBC-High

Maximum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

LBC-Low

Minimum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 20 percent.

OPT-High

Maximum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 120 percent.

OPT-Low

Minimum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 80 percent.

OPR-High

Maximum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

OPR-Low

Minimum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 50 percent.

Set OPR

Setting the OPR establishes the received power level as 100 percent. If the received power decreases, then the OPR percentage decreases to reflect the loss in received power. For example, if the received power decreases 3 dBm, the OPR decreases 50 percent.


C.1.6.5  STS Tab

The STS tab allows you to view and update synchronous transport signal (STS) information. The STS tab displays the following subtabs:

STS Config Subtab

Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.6.5.1  STS Config Subtab

The STS Config subtab allows you to view and change the STS settings of the EC1 port.

Table C-38 Field Descriptions for the STS Config Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number information.

IPPM Enabled

Check to enable intermediate path performance monitoring (IPPM) and uncheck to disable IPPM.

XC Loopback

Displays the cross-connect loopback status.


C.1.6.5.2  Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Path Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the 15-minute path threshold information for the CTX-2500 card.

Table C-39 Field Descriptions for the Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS No.

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Displays severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Far End

STS No.

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.


C.1.6.5.3  Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Path Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the 1-day path threshold information for the CTX-2500 card.

Table C-40 Field Descriptions for the Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS No.

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Far End

STS No.

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.


C.1.6.5.4  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-41 Field Descriptions for the Customer Subtab 

Field
Description

STS No.

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.6.6  VT Tab

The VT tab allows you to view and update VT line information. The VT tab displays the following subtabs:

VT Config Subtab

VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab

VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.6.6.1  VT Config Subtab

The VT Config subtab allows you to view and change the VT settings of the card.

Table C-42 Field Descriptions for the VT Config Subtab 

Field
Description

VT No.

Displays VT number information.

IPPM Enabled

Check to enable intermediate path performance monitoring (IPPM) and uncheck to disable IPPM.


C.1.6.6.2  VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The VT Thresh 15 Min subtab displays near- and far-end 15-minute VT threshold information.

Table C-43 Field Descriptions for the VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

VT No.

Displays VT number information.

CV

Displays coding violations information.

ES

Displays errored seconds information.

SES

Displays severely errored seconds information.

UAS

Displays unavailable seconds information.

FC

Displays failure count information.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.1.6.6.3  VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The VT Thresh 1 Day subtab displays near- and far-end 1-day VT threshold information.

Table C-44 Field Descriptions for the VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

VT No.

Displays VT number information.

CV

Displays coding violations information.

ES

Displays errored seconds information.

SES

Displays severely errored seconds information.

UAS

Displays unavailable seconds information.

FC

Displays failure count information.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.1.6.6.4  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-45 Field Descriptions for the Customer Subtab 

Field
Description

STS No.

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.6.7  Loopback Tab

The Loopback tab allows you to view and update CTX-2500 loopback information.

Table C-46 Field Descriptions for the Loopback Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Administration State

Allows you to select the administration state of the port: In Service (IS) or Out of Service (OOS).

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or clear the current loopback (none).

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send AIS on Facility Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the facility loopback.

Send AIS on Terminal Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the terminal loopback.


C.1.6.8  Alarm Behavior Tab

The Alarm Behavior tab allows you to view and update alarm profiles assigned to cards on the ONS 15310 MA SONET or ONS 15310 MA SDH node.

Table C-47 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Tab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile that has been configured for the card.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, indicates that all alarms are suppressed for the card.

Port Number

Displays the card port number.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for the port from the drop-down list. Values are Default, Inherited, or a customized alarm profile.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, all alarms are suppressed for the port.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for all ports.

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.1.6.9  Transceiver Tab

The Transceiver tab shows OC-N port optical power received (OPR), optical power transmitted (OPT), and laser bias current (LBC) from the line card and stores these values with the PM counts for the 15-minute and 1-day periods. The physical layer performance parameters consist of normalized and non-normalized values of LBC, OPT, and OPR.

Table C-48 Field Descriptions for the Transceiver Tab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Displays the port number.

Non-Normalized LBC (mA)

Displays the actual operating value of laser bias current (mA) for the specified card port. This value should be somewhat consistent from port to port and cannot be configured.

Non-Normalized OPT (dBm)

Displays the actual operating value of optical power transmitted (dBm) for the specified card port. This value should be somewhat consistent from port to port and cannot be configured.

Non-Normalized OPR (dBm)

Displays the actual operating value of optical power received (dBm) for the specified card port. This value varies from port to port because of received optical signal power differences.


C.1.6.10  Auto Laser Shutdown Tab

The Auto Laser Shutdown tab allows you to view and update the automatic laser shutdown parameters.

Table C-49 Field Descriptions for the Auto Laser Shutdown Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

Rec. Pulse Dur. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse duration, in seconds. The range is 2.0 to 100.0 seconds.

Rec. Pulse Int. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse interval, in seconds. The range is 60 to 300 seconds.

Status

Displays the current laser status. Values are Shutdown or Not Shutdown.

Request Restart

When selected, allows you to request a laser restart. This parameter is configurable only when the ALS mode is set to Manual Restart or Manual Restart for Test and when the laser status is Shutdown.


C.1.6.11  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update protection group information.

Table C-50 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

Protection Groups

Displays a list of available protection groups.

Protection Group Details

Displays details about the selected protection group.


C.1.6.12  J1 Path Trace Tab

The J1 Path Trace tab allows you to view and retrieve J1 path trace information.

Table C-51 Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS/VC Number

Displays the STS or VC number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Display

Click the Display button to view the circuit trace information. See 7.2.21.5  Viewing a J1 Path Trace from the NE Explorer, page 7-164 for more information.

Retrieve

Click the Retrieve button to retrieve J1 path trace information.


C.1.6.13  Section Trace Tab

The Section Trace tab is used to provision section trace.

Table C-52 Field Descriptions for the Section Trace Tab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Displays the port number.

Trace Mode

Displays the trace mode (Off/None or Manual).

Disable AIS/RDI on TIM-S

Allows you to disable the Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) and the Remote Defect Indication (RDI) when the path Trace Identifier Mismatch Section (TIM-S) alarm is detected.

Transmit Length

Select a transmit length for the trace.

Current Transmit String

Displays the current transmit string. The trail trace identifier is 64 bytes in length.

Current Expected String

Displays the current expected string; sets a new expected string.

Current Received String

Displays the current received string.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.7  Slot Properties—CTX-CL600

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15310 CL slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The CTX-CL600 card is an unpluggable card on the ONS 15310 CL NE. It has a total of 26 ports that are either mounted or pluggable.

For the CTX-CL600 module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Wideband Ports, Broadband Ports, Pluggable Provisioning, DS-1, DS-3, EC1, Optical, Alarm Extenders, and Info.

C.1.7.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the CTX-CL600 that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.1.7.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update CTX-CL600 identification information.

Table C-53 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.7.3  Wideband Ports Tab

The Wideband Ports tab allows you to view the wideband port information.

Table C-54 Field Descriptions for the Wideband Ports Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Rate

Displays the rate that the slot is provisioned for.


C.1.7.4  Broadband Ports Tab

The Broadband Ports tab allows you to view, create, and delete DS-3 and EC1 broadband ports.

Table C-55 Field Descriptions for the Broadband Ports Tab 

Field
Description

Create

Click the Create button to launch the Create Port dialog box and create a new broadband port. Use the Port Number drop-down list to choose an available port. Use the Port Rate drop-down list to specify the port rate (DS-3 or EC1). After making your selections, click OK.

Delete

Click the Delete button to delete an existing DS-3 or EC1 broadband port.

DS-3

Port Number

Displays the DS-3 port number.

Rate

Displays the rate that the slot is provisioned for.

EC1

Port Number

Displays the EC1 port number.

Rate

Displays the rate that the slot is provisioned for.


C.1.7.5  Pluggable Provisioning Tab

The Pluggable Provisioning tab allows you to view and provision pluggable entities; for example, the pluggable port module (PPM) and pluggable I/O module (PIM) and the ports inside these entities.

Table C-56 Field Descriptions for the Pluggable Provisioning Tab 

Field
Description

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module and the port number.

Rate

Displays the rate of the port inside the pluggable entity.


C.1.7.5.1  Provision Pluggable Dialog Box

Click the Create button to launch the Provision Pluggable dialog box. This dialog box allows you to provision pluggable entities such as the PPM and PIM, and to create the ports inside these entities.

Table C-57 applies only to the ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 card and describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when provisioning a PIM.

Table C-58 applies only to the ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 card and describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when creating the ports inside the PPM and PIM.

Table C-59 describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when provisioning a PPM.

Table C-60 describes the fields displayed in the Provision Pluggable dialog box when creating the ports inside the PPM.

Table C-57 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PIM (ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 Card) 

Field
Description

PIM #

Sets the PIM number.

PIM Type

Sets the type of PIM.


Table C-58 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PPM (ONS 15600 SONET/SDH ASAP_4 Card)

Field
Description

PIM

Select the PIM for which you want to create the port.

PPM

Select the PPM for which you want to create the port.

Port Rate

Sets the rate of the new port.


Table C-59 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box—PPM (ONS 15454 SONET/SDH MRC-12 Card) 

Field
Description

PPM

Select the PPM for which you want to create the port.

PPM Type

Sets the PPM type.


Table C-60 Field Descriptions for the Provision Pluggable Dialog Box 

Field
Description

PPM

Select the PPM for which you want to create the port.

Port Rate

Sets the rate of the new port.


C.1.7.6  DS-1 Tab

The DS-1 tab allows you to view node near-end and far-end performance on a DS-1 card to detect possible performance problems. The DS-1 tab contains the following subtabs:

Line Config Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Electric Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Electric Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab

STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab

VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab

VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Alarm Behavior Subtab

Loopback Subtab

J1 Path Trace Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.7.6.1  Line Config Subtab

The Line Config subtab allows you to view and change the line settings of the DS-1 card.

Table C-61 Field Descriptions for the Line Config Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

Line Type

Allows you to select the line framing type.

Line Coding

Allows you to define the DS-1 transmission coding type.

Line Length

Defines the distance (in feet) from backplane connection to the next termination point.

0-131 (Cisco default)

132-262

263-393

394-524

525-655

Administration State

Displays the status of the line: In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

AINS Soak Count Down

Automatic in-service soak countdown. Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh:mm format, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

Send Do Not Use

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) message on the S1 byte.

Provide Sync

When checked, the card is provisioned as an NE timing reference.

Enable Sync Message

When checked, enables synchronization status messages, which allow the node to choose the best timing source.

Enable Retiming

When checked, enables retiming. Retiming removes accumulated jitter and wander from synchronous transport network payload signals. Retiming should not be enabled when accumulated jitter and wander is not present.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send AIS-V for DS-1 AIS

When checked, sends an Alarm Indication Signal VT (AIS-V) instead of a DS-1 AIS (from the line side toward the backplane/system side) when a line-side trigger occurs.

Raise AIS for LOF

Sends an AIS when a loss of frame (LOF) occurs.


C.1.7.6.2  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute threshold settings of the DS-1 card.

Table C-62 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

LOSS-L

Displays the loss of signal seconds-line.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.


C.1.7.6.3  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day threshold settings of the DS-1 card.

Table C-63 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

LOSS-L

Displays the loss of signal seconds-line.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.


C.1.7.6.4  Electric Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Electric Path Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute electrical path threshold settings for the DS-1 card.

Table C-64 Field Descriptions for the Electric Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Displays severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

AISS-P

Displays alarm indication signal seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

Port No.

Displays the port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

ESA-P

Displays errored seconds type A-path information.

ESB-P

Displays errored seconds type B-path information.

CSS-P

Displays controlled slip seconds-path information.

SEFS-P

Displays severely errored framing seconds-path information.


C.1.7.6.5  Electric Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Electric Path Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day electrical path threshold settings for the DS-1 card.

Table C-65 Field Descriptions for the Electric Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Displays severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

AISS-P

Displays alarm indication signal seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

Port No.

Displays the port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

ESA-P

Displays errored seconds type A-path information.

ESB-P

Displays errored seconds type B-path information.

CSS-P

Displays controlled slip seconds-path information.

SEFS-P

Displays severely errored framing seconds-path information.


C.1.7.6.6  STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The STS Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 15-minute STS information for the DS-1 card.

Table C-66 Field Descriptions for the STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.


C.1.7.6.7  STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The STS Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 1-day STS information for the DS-1 card.

Table C-67 Field Descriptions for the STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.


C.1.7.6.8  VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The VT Thresh 15 Min subtab displays near- and far-end 15-minute VT threshold information.

Table C-68 Field Descriptions for the VT Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

VT Number

Displays VT number information.

CV-V

Displays coding violations-VT path information.

ES-V

Displays errored seconds-VT path information.

SES-V

Displays severely errored seconds-VT path information.

UAS-V

Displays unavailable seconds-VT path information.

Far End

VT Number

Displays VT number information.

CV-V

Displays coding violations-VT path information.

ES-V

Displays errored seconds-VT path information.

SES-V

Displays severely errored seconds-VT path information.

UAS-V

Displays unavailable seconds-VT path information.


C.1.7.6.9  VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The VT Thresh 1 Day subtab displays near- and far-end 1-day VT threshold information.

Table C-69 Field Descriptions for the VT Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

VT Number

Displays VT number information.

CV-V

Displays coding violations-VT path information.

ES-V

Displays errored seconds-VT path information.

SES-V

Displays severely errored seconds-VT path information.

UAS-V

Displays unavailable seconds-VT path information.

Far End

VT Number

Displays VT number information.

CV-V

Displays coding violations-VT path information.

ES-V

Displays errored seconds-VT path information.

SES-V

Displays severely errored seconds-VT path information.

UAS-V

Displays unavailable seconds-VT path information.


C.1.7.6.10  Alarm Behavior Subtab

The Alarm Behavior subtab allows you to view and update DS-1 alarm profile information.

Table C-70 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Select the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.1.7.6.11  Loopback Subtab

The Loopback subtab allows you to view and update DS-1 loopback information.

Table C-71 Field Descriptions for the Loopback Subtab 

Field
Description

Line Number

Displays the line number.

Administration State

Allows you to configure the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT)

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send Code

Allows you to send loopback commands to the far end.

Send AIS on Facility Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the facility loopback.

Send AIS on Terminal Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the terminal loopback.


C.1.7.6.12  J1 Path Trace Subtab

The J1 Path Trace subtab allows you to view and retrieve J1 path trace information.

Table C-72  Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Display

Click the Display button to view the circuit trace information. See 7.2.21.5  Viewing a J1 Path Trace from the NE Explorer, page 7-164 for more information.

Retrieve

Click the Retrieve button to retrieve J1 path trace information.


C.1.7.6.13  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-73 Field Descriptions for the Customer Info Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number, VT Number

Displays the STS or VT number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.7.7  DS-3 Tab

The DS-3 tab allows you to view node near-end and far-end performance on a DS-3 card to detect possible performance problems. The DS-3 tab contains the following subtabs:

Line Config Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

PBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab

PBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab

CPBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab

CPBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab

STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab

STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Alarm Behavior Subtab

Loopback Subtab

J1 Path Trace Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.7.7.1  Line Config Subtab

The Line Config subtab allows you to view and change the line settings of the DS-3 card.

Table C-74 Field Descriptions for the Line Config Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number for the optical port.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

Line Length

Defines the distance (in feet) from backplane connection to the next termination point.

0 - 225 (default)

226 - 450

Line Type

Allows you to select the line framing type.

Line Coding

Allows you to define the transmission coding type.

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

AINS Soak Count Down

Automatic in-service soak countdown. Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh:mm format, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.


C.1.7.7.2  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute threshold settings of the DS-3 card.

Table C-75 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line (near-end only).

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line (near-end only).

LOSS-L

Displays the loss of signal seconds-line (near-end only).


C.1.7.7.3  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day threshold settings of the DS-3 card.

Table C-76 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line (near-end only).

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line (near-end only).

LOSS-L

Displays the loss of signal seconds-line (near-end only).


C.1.7.7.4  PBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The PBit Thresh 15 Min subtab displays near-end 15-minute PBit path threshold information on the DS-3 card.

Table C-77 Field Descriptions for the PBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path

AISS-P

Alarm indication signal seconds-path

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.


C.1.7.7.5  PBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The PBit Thresh 1 Day subtab displays near- and far-end 1-day PBit path threshold information on the DS-3 card.

Table C-78 Field Descriptions for the PBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

AISS-P

Alarm indication signal seconds-path

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.


C.1.7.7.6  CPBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The CPBit Thresh 15 Min subtab displays near- and far-end 15-minute CPBit path threshold information on the DS-3 card.

Table C-79 Field Descriptions for the CPBit Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

Far End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Displays severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.


C.1.7.7.7  CPBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The CPBit Thresh 1 Day subtab displays near- and far-end 1-day CPBit path threshold information on the DS-3 card.

Table C-80 Field Descriptions for the CPBit Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

Far End

Port No.

Displays the optical port number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Displays severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.


C.1.7.7.8  STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The STS Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 15-minute STS information on the card.

Table C-81 Field Descriptions for the STS Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.


C.1.7.7.9  STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The STS Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 1-day STS information on the DS-3 card.

Table C-82 Field Descriptions for the STS Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.


C.1.7.7.10  Alarm Behavior Subtab

The Alarm Behavior subtab allows you to view and update DS-3 alarm profile information.

Table C-83 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Select the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.1.7.7.11  Loopback Subtab

The Loopback subtab allows you to view and update DS-3 loopback information.

Table C-84  Field Descriptions for the Loopback Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Inhibit FE Loopback

When selected, inhibits far-end loopback.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send AIS on Facility Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the facility loopback.

Send AIS on Terminal Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the terminal loopback.


C.1.7.7.12  J1 Path Trace Subtab

The J1 Path Trace subtab allows you to view and retrieve J1 path trace information.

Table C-85  Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Display

Click the Display button to view the circuit trace information. See 7.2.21.5  Viewing a J1 Path Trace from the NE Explorer, page 7-164 for more information.

Retrieve

Click the Retrieve button to retrieve J1 path trace information.


C.1.7.7.13  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-86 Field Descriptions for the Customer Info Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.7.8  EC1 Tab

The EC1 tab allows you to view node near-end and far-end performance on an EC1 card to detect possible performance problems. The EC1 tab contains the following subtabs:

Line Config Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

STS Config Subtab

Alarm Behavior Subtab

Loopback Subtab

J1 Path Trace Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.7.8.1  Line Config Subtab

The Line Config subtab allows you to view and change the line settings of the EC1 card.

Table C-87 Field Descriptions for the Line Config Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number for the optical port.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

PJSTSMon#

Sets the STS that will be used for pointer justification. If set to 0, no STS is monitored. Only one STS can be monitored on each OC-N port.

0 (Cisco default)-3 (OC-3, per port)

0 (Cisco default)-12 (OC-12)

0 (Cisco default)-48 (OC-48)

Line Length (feet)

Defines the distance (in feet) from backplane connection to the next termination point. Values are 0 through 225 (Cisco default) or 226 through 450.

Rx Equalization

For early EC1 card versions, equalization can be turned off if the line length is short or the environment is extremely cold; Rx Equalization should normally be set to On (checked, Cisco default).

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

AINS Soak Count Down

Automatic in-service soak countdown. Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh:mm format, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.


C.1.7.8.2  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute threshold settings of the EC1 card.

Table C-88 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Displays failure count-line.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Displays failure count-line.


C.1.7.8.3  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day threshold settings of the EC1 card.

Table C-89 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays the unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Displays the failure count-line.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays the unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Displays the failure count-line.


C.1.7.8.4  Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Section Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 15-minute section threshold information on the EC1 card.

Table C-90 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.7.8.5  Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Section Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 1-day section threshold information on the EC1 card.

Table C-91 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.7.8.6  Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Path Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 15-minute path threshold information on the EC1 card.

Table C-92 Field Descriptions for the Path Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.


C.1.7.8.7  Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Path Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change near- and far-end 1-day path threshold information on the EC1 card.

Table C-93 Field Descriptions for the Path Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

FC-P

Displays failure count-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Far End

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Displays coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Displays errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Displays severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Displays unavailable seconds-path information.

PPJC-Pdet

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Displays positive pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Displays negative pointer justification count-VC4 path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds (PJCS) detected on a particular path.

PJCS-Pgen

Indicates the number of pointer justification count seconds generated for a particular path.

PJC-Diff

Displays the sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.


C.1.7.8.8  STS Config Subtab

The STS Config subtab allows you to view and change the STS settings of the EC1 card.

Table C-94 Field Descriptions for the STS Config Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number information.

IPPM Enabled

Check to enable intermediate path performance monitoring (IPPM) and uncheck to disable IPPM.


C.1.7.8.9  Alarm Behavior Subtab

The Alarm Behavior subtab allows you to view and change EC1 alarm profile information.

Table C-95 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Select the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.1.7.8.10  Loopback Subtab

The Loopback subtab allows you to view and change EC1 loopback information.

Table C-96 Field Descriptions for the Loopback Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send AIS on Facility Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the facility loopback.

Send AIS on Terminal Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the terminal loopback.


C.1.7.8.11  J1 Path Trace Subtab

The J1 Path Trace subtab allows you to view and retrieve J1 path trace information.

Table C-97 Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Display

Click the Display button to view the circuit trace information. See 7.2.21.5  Viewing a J1 Path Trace from the NE Explorer, page 7-164 for more information.

Retrieve

Click the Retrieve button to retrieve J1 path trace information.


C.1.7.8.12  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-98 Field Descriptions for the Customer Info Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.7.9  Optical Tab

The Optical tab allows you to view node near-end and far-end performance on an optical card to detect possible performance problems. The Optical tab contains the following subtabs:

Line Config Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab

STS Config Subtab

Alarm Behavior Subtab

Loopback Subtab

Auto Laser Shutdown Subtab

Protection Subtab

J1 Path Trace Subtab

Customer Info Subtab

C.1.7.9.1  Line Config Subtab

The Line Config subtab allows you to view and change the line settings of an optical card.

Table C-99 Field Descriptions for the Line Config Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

Port Rate

Sets the rate of the new port.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

Type

Defines the port as SONET or SDH.

PJSTSMon#

Sets the STS that will be used for pointer justification. If set to 0, no STS is monitored. Only one STS can be monitored on each OC-N port.

0 (Cisco default)-3 (OC-3, per port)

0 (Cisco default)-12 (OC-12)

0 (Cisco default)-48 (OC-48)

Provides Sync

When checked, the card is provisioned as an NE timing reference.

EnableSyncMsg

Enables synchronization status messages (S1 byte), which allow the node to choose the best timing source.

SendDoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) message on the S1 byte.

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

AINS Soak Count Down

Automatic in-service soak countdown. Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh:mm format, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Admin SSM

If the node does not receive an SSM signal, it defaults to synchronization traceability unknown (STU). Admin SSM allows you to override the STU value with one of the following:

PRS—Primary reference source (Stratum 1)

STS2—Stratum 2

TNC—Transit node clock

STS3E—Stratum 3E

STS3—Stratum 3

SMC—SONET minimum clock

ST4—Stratum 4

Send <FF> DoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) (0xff) message on the S1 byte.

Reach

Allows you to provision the reach value. You can choose Auto Provision, which allows the system to automatically provision the reach from the PPM reach value on the hardware. Choose one of the following reach distances:

Note The reach distance options that appear in the drop-down list depend on the card selected.

SR (short reach, up to 2 km distance)

SR 1 (up to 2 km distance)

IR 1 (intermediate reach, up to 15 km distance)

IR 2 (up to 40 km distance)

LR 1 (long reach, up to 40 km distance)

LR 2 (up to 80 km distance)

LR 3 (up to 80 km distance)

I1

S1

S2

L1

L2

L3

SX (up to 550 m or 270 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

LX (up to 10 km or 550 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

CX

T

DX (up to 40 km distance)

HX (up to 40 km distance)

ZX (up to 80 km distance)

VX (up to 100 km distance)

Wavelength

Allows you to provision the wavelength frequency. The Wavelength column lists the correct wavelengths, depending on the type of card and the band selected.


C.1.7.9.2  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 15-minute threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-100 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.

PSC

In a 1 + 1 protection scheme for a working card, protection switching count (PSC) is a count of the number of times service switches from a working card to a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the working card. For a protection card, PSC is a count of the number of times service switches to a working card from a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the protection card. The PSC PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSC is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

PSD

Protection switching duration (PSD) applies to the length of time, in seconds, that service is carried on another line. For a working line, PSD is a count of the number of seconds that service was carried on the protection line. For the protection line, it is a count of the seconds that the line was used to carry service. The PSD PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSD is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.


C.1.7.9.3  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near- and far-end 1-day threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-101 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.

PSC

In a 1 + 1 protection scheme for a working card, protection switching count (PSC) is a count of the number of times service switches from a working card to a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the working card. For a protection card, PSC is a count of the number of times service switches to a working card from a protection card plus the number of times service switches back to the protection card. The PSC PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSC is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

PSD

Protection switching duration (PSD) applies to the length of time, in seconds, that service is carried on another line. For a working line, PSD is a count of the number of seconds that service was carried on the protection line. For the protection line, it is a count of the seconds that the line was used to carry service. The PSD PM is only applicable if revertive line-level protection switching is used. PSD is supported in revertive and nonrevertive modes.

Note This parameter is not supported for transponder or muxponder cards.

Far End

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

ES-L

Displays the errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Displays the severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Displays the coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Displays unavailable seconds-line information.

FC-L

Failure count-line (FC-L) lists a count of the number of near-end line failure events. A failure event begins when an AIS-L failure is declared, or when a lower-layer, traffic-related, near-end failure is declared. This failure event ends when the failure is cleared. A failure event that begins in one period and ends in another period is counted only in the period where it begins.


C.1.7.9.4  Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Section Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 15-minute section threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-102 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.7.9.5  Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Section Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the near-end 1-day section threshold settings of an optical card.

Table C-103 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays the coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays the errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays the severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays the severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.7.9.6  Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Physical Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change 15-minute physical threshold information on an optical card.

Table C-104 Field Descriptions for the Physical Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Pluggable entity number and port number.

LBC-HIGH

Maximum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

LBC-LOW

Minimum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 20 percent.

OPT-HIGH

Maximum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 120 percent.

OPT-LOW

Minimum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 80 percent.

OPR-HIGH

Maximum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

OPR-LOW

Minimum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 50 percent.

Set OPR

Setting the optical power received (OPR) establishes the received power level as 100 percent. If the received power decreases, then the OPR percentage decreases to reflect the loss in received power. For example, if the received power decreases 3 dBm, the OPR decreases 50 percent.


C.1.7.9.7  Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Physical Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change 1-day physical threshold information on an optical card.

Table C-105 Field Descriptions for the Physical Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

Port No.

Pluggable entity number and port number.

LBC-HIGH

Maximum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

LBC-LOW

Minimum laser bias current. The Cisco default is (15 min): 20 percent.

OPT-HIGH

Maximum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 120 percent.

OPT-LOW

Minimum optical power transmitted. The Cisco default is (15 min): 80 percent.

OPR-HIGH

Maximum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 200 percent.

OPR-LOW

Minimum optical power received. The Cisco default is (15 min): 50 percent.

Set OPR

Setting the OPR establishes the received power level as 100 percent. If the received power decreases, then the OPR percentage decreases to reflect the loss in received power. For example, if the received power decreases 3 dBm, the OPR decreases 50 percent.


C.1.7.9.8  STS Config Subtab

The STS Config subtab allows you to view and change the STS settings of an optical card.

Table C-106  Field Descriptions for the STS Config Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number information.

IPPM Enabled

Check to enable IPPM and uncheck to disable IPPM.

XC Loopback

Displays the cross-connect loopback status.


C.1.7.9.9  Alarm Behavior Subtab

The Alarm Behavior subtab allows you to view and change optical card alarm profile information.

Table C-107  Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Select the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile for the port.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.1.7.9.10  Loopback Subtab

The Loopback subtab allows you to view and change optical card loopback information.

Table C-108 Field Descriptions for the Loopback Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Administration State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Send AIS on Facility Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the facility loopback.

Send AIS on Terminal Loopback

When selected, sends AIS on the terminal loopback.


C.1.7.9.11  Auto Laser Shutdown Subtab

The Auto Laser Shutdown subtab allows you to view and update optical card auto laser shutdown (ALS) parameters.

Table C-109 Field Descriptions for the Auto Laser Shutdown Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

ASL Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

Rec. Pulse Dur. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse duration, in seconds. The range is 2.0 to 100.0 seconds.

Rec. Pulse Int. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse interval, in seconds. The range is 60 to 300 seconds.

Status

Displays the current laser status. Values are Shutdown or Not Shutdown.

Request Restart

When selected, allows you to request a laser restart. This parameter is configurable only when the ALS mode is set to Manual Restart or Manual Restart for Test and when the laser status is Shutdown.


C.1.7.9.12  Protection Subtab

The Protection subtab allows you to view and update protection group information.

Table C-110 Field Descriptions for the Protection Subtab 

Field
Description

Protection Groups

Displays a list of available protection groups.

Protection Group Details

Displays details about the selected protection groups, such as which port is the protected port and which port is the working port. Also allows you to execute switch commands.

Switch Commands

Allows you to perform a manual switch, perform a forced switch, or clear the existing command switching.

Inhibit Switching

Allows you to inhibit unlock switching, lock-out switching, or lock-on switching.


C.1.7.9.13  J1 Path Trace Subtab

The J1 Path Trace subtab allows you to view and retrieve J1 path trace information.

Table C-111 Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS Number

Displays the synchronous transport signal number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Display

Click the Display button to view the circuit trace information. See 7.2.21.5  Viewing a J1 Path Trace from the NE Explorer, page 7-164 for more information.

Retrieve

Click the Retrieve button to retrieve J1 path trace information.


C.1.7.9.14  Customer Info Subtab

The Customer Info subtab displays customer information.

Table C-112 Field Descriptions for the Customer Info Subtab 

Field
Description

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.7.10  Alarm Extenders Tab

The Alarm Extenders tab allows you to view CTX-CL600 alarm information. The Alarm Extenders tab contains the following subtabs:

External Alarms Subtab

External Controls Subtab

User-Defined Alarms Subtab

C.1.7.10.1  External Alarms Subtab

The External Alarms subtab allows you to view and update external alarm information.

Table C-113 Field Descriptions for the External Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Input Number

The alarm input number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the alarm input number.

Alarm Type

Choose an alarm type from the provided list.

Severity

Choose a severity from the list.

Raised When

Choose the contact condition that will trigger the alarm in CTC.

Virtual Wire

To assign the external device to a virtual wire, choose a virtual wire from the list, or choose None if no assignment is required.

Description

A default description is provided in this line for every external alarm that is enabled.

Raised

Indicates if an alarm has been raised.

Contact Status

Indicates the current status of the contact.


C.1.7.10.2  External Controls Subtab

The External Controls subtab allows you to view and update external controls.

Table C-114 Field Descriptions for the External Controls Subtab 

Field
Description

Control Number

The control number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the control number.

Control Type

Choose a control type from the provided list.

Trigger Type

Choose a trigger type: a local minor, major, or critical alarm; a remote minor, major, or critical alarm; or a virtual wire activation.

Description

Enter a description.

Current State

The current state of the control.

Auto State

The auto state of the control.

Contact Setting

The current contact setting.


C.1.7.10.3  User-Defined Alarms Subtab

The User-Defined Alarms subtab allows you to view, add, and delete custom alarm types on CTX-CL600 cards.

Table C-115 Field Descriptions for the User-Defined Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Alarm Types

Lists the user-defined alarm types that have been created on the CTX-CL600 card. You can create up to 50 custom environmental alarms, which are reported in the Condition column in the Alarm Log and Alarm Browser windows.

Add

Click the Add button to add a new custom alarm type. Enter a unique alarm type name that contains 20 characters or fewer. Only the following characters are valid: 0-9, A-Z, a-z, and hyphen (-).

Delete

Click the Delete button to delete an existing alarm type.


C.1.7.11  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the CTX-CL600 module.

Table C-116 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.8  Slot Properties—EOI-W

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The ONS 15800 and ONS 15801 External Orderwire Interface (EOI-W) module provides an isolated interface between the Line Service Modem (LSM-W) module and an external orderwire terminal. All orderwire signals are transmitted from the LSM-W module to the EOI-W module. The EOI-W module provides two isolated, bidirectional, 64-kb/s voice channels through the service line for the orderwire.

For EOI-W modules, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.8.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the EOI-W that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms also display when you move the mouse over the graphic.)

C.1.8.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update the EOI-W identification information.

Table C-117 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the EOI-W is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the EOI-W is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the EOI-W is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the EOI-W.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software running on the module.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the EOI-W module.

State

Allows you to place the EOI-W module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.9  Slot Properties—FILLER

The slot properties pane displays information about the ONS 15310 CL, ONS 15310 MA SONET, ONS 15310 MA SDH, ONS 15454 SONET, ONS 15454 SDH, ONS 15600 SONET, or ONS 15600 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. For the FILLER module, the slot properties pane displays the Module View tab.

C.1.9.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the FILLER card that is installed in the slot. Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to add a card.

C.1.10  Slot Properties—IOC-W

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

ONS 15800 and ONS 15801 Input/Output Card (IOC-W) modules protect NEs by reporting indications from externally sensed equipment and housekeeping alarms. Alarms reported include AC power, DC power, fire, flood, open doors, and so on. The IOC-W module also permits remote control of isolated optical line amplifier (OLA) sites.

For IOC-W modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Analog, Digital Input, and Digital Output.

C.1.10.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the IOC-W module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.)

C.1.10.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update IOC-W identification information.

Table C-118 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the IOC-W is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the IOC-W is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the IOC-W is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the IOC-W.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software running on the module.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the SCC version number.

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the IOC-W.

State

Allows you to place the IOC-W in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable performance monitoring (PM) data collection for the IOC-W.


C.1.10.3  Analog Tab

The Analog tab allows you to assign high- and low-voltage thresholds and alarm severities for eight analog inputs.


Note Acceptable alarm severities are CR, MJ, and MN. NR and NA are not acceptable alarm severities.


Table C-119 Field Descriptions for the Analog Tab 

Field
Description
General Analog Input 1-8

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current voltage of the analog input.

Voltage High

Use the fields in this row to view or set the high voltage threshold (in volts), the alarm severity level, and a description for the analog input.

Voltage Low

Use the fields in this row to view or set the low voltage threshold (in volts), the alarm severity level, and a description for the analog input.

Name

Allows you to specify the name of the IOC-W module for which you want to view or provision analog inputs.


C.1.10.4  Digital Input Tab

The Digital Input tab allows you to assign the alarm input levels for up to 32 digital devices.

Table C-120 Field Descriptions for the Digital Input Tab 

Field
Description
General Digital Input 1-32

General Digital Input

Displays the general input level for the digital input.

Alarm Severity

Sets the severity for alarms that occur for the digital input.

Name

Displays the name entered by the user for the digital input.

Description

Displays the description entered by the user for the digital input.


C.1.10.5  Digital Output Tab

The Digital Output tab allows you to assign the alarm output levels for up to 20 digital devices.

Table C-121 Field Descriptions for the Digital Output Tab 

Field
Description
General Digital Output 1-20

General Digital Output

Displays the general output level for the digital output.

Name

Displays the name entered by the user for the digital output.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.11  Slot Properties—LSM-W

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The ONS 15800 and ONS 15801 Line Service Modem (LSM-W) module is a bidirectional optical module that operates at an E1 line rate (2.048 Mb/s). It transports the optical service channel (OSC), which carries telemetry, supervision, user-defined information, and orderwire between ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 sites.

A block diagram is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-2 Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 Line Service Modem Module

For the LSM-W module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Temperature, Current, and Output Power.

C.1.11.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the LSM-W module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.)

C.1.11.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update LSM-W module identification information.

Table C-122 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the LSM-W is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the LSM-W is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the LSM-W is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the LSM-W.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the LSM-W.

State

Allows you to place the LSM-W in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the LSM-W.


C.1.11.3  Temperature Tab

The Temperature tab allows you to view and assign performance monitoring thresholds for the temperature of the east and west lasers of the LSM-W module.

Table C-123 Field Descriptions for the Temperature Tab 

Field
Description
East Laser 1 Temperature

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current temperature of East Laser 1.

Low

Sets the low temperature threshold for East Laser 1 (in degrees Celsius) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high temperature threshold for East Laser 1 (in degrees Celsius) and the alarm severity level.

West Laser 2 Temperature

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current temperature of West Laser 2.

Low

Sets the low temperature threshold for West Laser 2 (in degrees Celsius) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high temperature threshold for West Laser 2 (in degrees Celsius) and the alarm severity level.


C.1.11.4  Current Tab

The Current tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the line service east and west laser current levels of the LSM-W module.

Table C-124 Field Descriptions for the Current Tab 

Field
Description
East Laser 1 Current

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current value of the East Laser 1 current.

Low

Sets the low current threshold for East Laser 1 (in milliamperes [mA]) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high current threshold for East Laser 1 (in mA) and the alarm severity level.

West Laser 2 Current

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current value of the West Laser 2 current.

Low

Sets the low current threshold for West Laser 2 (in mA) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high current threshold for West Laser 2 (in mA) and the alarm severity level.


C.1.11.5  Output Power Tab

The Output Power tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the LSM-W module east and west laser output power levels.

Table C-125 Field Descriptions for the Output Power Tab 

Field
Description
East Laser 1 Output Power

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power of East Laser 1.

Low

Sets the low output power threshold for East Laser 1 (in dBm) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high output power threshold East Laser 1 (in dBm) and the alarm severity level.

West Laser 2 Output Power

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power of West Laser 2.

Low

Sets the low output power threshold for West Laser 2 (in dBm) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high output power threshold for West Laser 2 (in dBm) and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.12  Slot Properties—MIC-28-3-A and MIC-28-3-B

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The MIC-28-3-A and MIC-28-3-B cards are the Mechanical Interface Cards (MICs). The MICs provide the physical connection points for the DS-1 and DS-3 interfaces on the XTC cards, the redundant power inputs, the alarm inputs and outputs, and the BITS timing inputs and outputs.

For the MIC module, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.12.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the MIC that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.12.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update MIC identification information.

Table C-126 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.13  Slot Properties—MMU (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET or ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Multi-Ring/Mesh Upgrade Unit (MMU) supports multiring and mesh upgrades for reconfigurable optical add/drop (ROADM) nodes in both the C band and the L band. Mesh/multiring upgrade is the capability to optically bypass a given wavelength from one section of the network or ring to another one without requiring 3R regeneration. In each node, you need to install two MMUs, one on the east side and one on the west side. You can install the MMU card in slots 1 through 6 and 12 through 17.

The MMU has six ports:

EXP RX port—Receives the optical signal from the ROADM section available on the NE.

EXP TX port—Sends the optical signal to the ROADM section available on the NE.

EXP-A RX port—Receives the optical signal from the ROADM section available on other NEs or rings.

EXP-A TX port—Sends the optical signal to the ROADM section available on other NEs or rings.

COM TX port—Sends the optical signal to the fiber stage section.

COM RX port—Receives the optical signal from the fiber stage section.

The card faceplate is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-3 MMU Faceplate and Ports

For the MMU module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Optical Line, and Inventory.

C.1.13.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the card that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.1.13.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update card identification information.

Table C-127 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

Displays the administration state. The state can either be Unlocked or Locked, Maintenance.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.13.3  Optical Line Tab

The Optical Line tab allows you to view and update optical channel threshold information. The tab contains the following subtabs:

Parameters Subtab

Warning Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Warning Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Alarm Thresh Subtab

C.1.13.3.1  Parameters Subtab

The Parameters subtab provides information on the status and directions specified for the optical connectors.

Table C-128 Field Descriptions for the Parameters Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the identifier of the port (and specific channel information: Add, Drop, TX, or RX).

Type

Displays the port type.

Port Name

Allows you to assign the specified port a user-defined name. The port name can be up to 32 alphanumeric or special characters. The port name is blank by default.

Administration State

Displays the status of the channel. Values are:

IS—In Service; able to carry traffic.

OOS_DSBLD—Out of Service-Disabled. Unable to carry traffic.

IS_AINS—In Service-Auto In Service. Alarm reporting is suppressed, but traffic is carried.

OOS_MT—Out of Service-Maintenance. Alarm reporting is suppressed, but traffic is carried and loopbacks are allowed.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Line Direction (available in CTM R7.2 and earlier)

Allows you to associate a card with the line direction. Use this field if you have two cards on the same shelf and must designate which one will carry the traffic flow from east-to-west. The second card will carry traffic from west-to-east.

Type

Identifies the type of port, such as Output Express, Input Express, Output COM, Input COM, and Drop.

Power

Shows the current power level per port.


C.1.13.3.2  Warning Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Warning Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to set thresholds for the 15-minute threshold crossing alert (TCA) generation.

Table C-129 Field Descriptions for the Warning Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the identifier of the port (and specific channel information: Add, Drop, TX, or RX).

Type

Displays the port type.

Power Low (dBm)

Allows you to set the low-power settings.

Power High (dBm)

Allows you to set the high-power settings.


C.1.13.3.3  Warning Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Warning Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to set thresholds for the 1-day threshold crossing alert generation.

Table C-130 Field Descriptions for the Warning Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the identifier of the port (and specific channel information: Add, Drop, TX, or RX).

Type

Displays the port type.

Power Low (dBm)

Allows you to set the low-power settings.

Power High (dBm)

Allows you to set the high-power settings.


C.1.13.3.4  Alarm Thresh Subtab

The Alarm Thresh subtab allows you to select thresholds for alarm generation.

Table C-131 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Thresh Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

The port number.

Power Failure Low (dBm)

Allows you to set the low power failure settings.


C.1.13.4  Inventory Tab

The Inventory tab allows you to view the card inventory information.

Table C-132 Field Descriptions for the Inventory Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the object that can be inventoried.

Value

Displays the value of the object that is inventoried.

Units

Displays the unit of measure (when applicable) of the object that is inventoried.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.14  Slot Properties—OCP

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Optical Channel Protection (OCP) module enables 1+1 protection of a generic client optical signal regardless of bit rate, format protocol, and wavelength. To provide this protection, the OCP module is placed at the optical system access point. This means that the module must be connected between the client terminal and the ONS 15808 system transponders to provide path protection. The OCP module can provide channel protection on the physical layer.

A block diagram is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-4 Cisco ONS 15808 Optical Channel Protection Unit

For ONS 15808 OCP modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Config, Input Power, and Optical Power.

C.1.14.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the OCP module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table, in the Alarm Browser, or in the OCP PM table.

C.1.14.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update OCP module identification information.

Table C-133 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the OCP module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the OCP module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the OCP module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the OCP module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the OCP module.

State

Allows you to place the OCP module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the OCP module.


C.1.14.3  Config Tab

The Config tab allows you to set certain OCP module configuration parameters.

Table C-134 Field Descriptions for the Config Tab 

Field
Description

Unit State

Shows the current status of the unit state and allows you to set the alarm severity level.

Hardware State

Shows the current status of the hardware state and allows you to set the alarm severity level.

Channel Number Protected

Allows you to set the channel number protected.

W/P Line Hold Off Time

Allows you to set the working/protection line hold off time (in milliseconds).

Unit Operation Mode

Allows you to specify Auto or Manual unit operation mode and set the alarm severity level.

Forcing Operation Mode

When Unit Operation Mode is set to Manual, allows you to specify working or protected operation mode.

External Line

When Unit Operation Mode is set to Auto, allows you to enable or disable the external line.

Lock Out of Protection

Allows you to turn the lock out of protection on or off.


C.1.14.4  Input Power Tab

The Input Power tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the power coming into the OCP module lasers.

Table C-135 Field Descriptions for the Input Power Tab 

Field
Description
Input Power Working Line

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current OCP module working line input power (in dBm).

Working Line Threshold

Sets the threshold for the working line input power, in dBm.

Internal Working Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current internal working line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

External Working Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current external working line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

Input Power Protection Line

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current OCP module protection line input power (in dBm).

Protection Line Threshold

Sets the threshold for the protection line input power, in dBm.

Internal Protection Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current internal protection line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

External Protection Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current external protection line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.


C.1.14.5  Optical Power Tab

The Optical Power tab allows you to view and assign thresholds and alarm severities for the OCP module optical power.

Table C-136 Field Descriptions for the Optical Power Tab 

Field
Description
Input Power from Client Transmitter

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current input power from the client transmitter (in dBm).

Output Power from Client Receiver

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power from the client receiver (in dBm).

Optical Switch Insertion Loss

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current optical switch insertion loss (in dB). Insertion loss is the total optical power loss caused by insertion of an optical component.

High

Sets the high threshold for the optical switch insertion loss, in dB, and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.15  Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET or ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Optical Service Channel Modem (OSCM) module is a single-slot card with a 1510 nm OC-3 optical transceiver interface. The OSCM features a variable optical attenuator (VOA) in the transmit path and a 100BASE-T FE user data channel. The OSCM also distributes the synchronous clock to all NEs on the ring.

A block diagram is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-5 Cisco ONS 15454 OSCM Module

For the OSCM module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Line, Optical Line, Inventory, and Alarm Behavior.

C.1.15.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the card that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.1.15.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update card identification information.

Table C-137 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.15.3  Line Tab

The Line tab allows you to view and update line card information.

Table C-138 Field Descriptions for the Line Tab 

Field
Description
Line Config

Port No.

The port number.

Port Name

The port name.

SD BER

The signal degrade bit error rate.

SF BER

The signal fail bit error rate.

Type

The port type (SONET or SDH).

PJSTSMon#

The STS that will be used for pointer justification. If set to zero, no STS is used.

ProvidesSync

When checked, the card is provisioned as an NE timing reference.

EnableSyncMsg

Enables synchronization status messages (S1 byte), which allow the node to choose the best timing source.

Send DoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) message on the S1 byte.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

AINS Soak

Auto in service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

Line Thresh 15 Minute - Near End, Far End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Line Thresh 1 Day - Near End, Far End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Section Thresh 15 Min, Near End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-S

Coding violations-section.

ES-S

Errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Severely errored framing seconds-section.

Section Thresh 1 Day, Near End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-S

Coding violations-section.

ES-S

Errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Severely errored framing seconds-section.


C.1.15.4  Optical Line Tab

The Optical Line tab allows you to view and update optical line threshold information.

Table C-139 Field Descriptions for the Optical Line Tab 

Subtab
Description
Parameters

Port Number

The port number.

Port Name

The port name.

Status

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Line Direction (available in CTM R7.2 and earlier)

The direction of the line (west-to-east or east-to-west).

Type

The port type.

Power

The laser power.

VOA Mode

Shows the current functional mode of the VOA: constant gain mode, constant power mode, or not in use (N/A).

VOA Power Ref

The VOA reference power.

VOA Power Calib

The VOA calibration power.

VOA Attenuation Ref

The VOA reference attenuation.

VOA Attenuation Calib

The VOA calibration attenuation.

Warning Thresh 15 Min

Port Number

The port number.

Type

Identifies the type of port, such as Output Express, Input Express, Output COM, Input COM, and Drop.

Power Low

The lower power threshold.

Power High

The upper power threshold.

Warning Thresh 1 Day

Port Number

The port number.

Type

Identifies the type of port, such as Output Express, Input Express, Output COM, Input COM, and Drop.

Power Low

The lower power threshold.

Power High

The upper power threshold.

Alarm Threshold

Port Number

The port number.

Power Failure Low

The lower power failure threshold.

Power Degrade High

The upper power degrade threshold.

Power Degrade Low

The lower power degrade threshold.

VOA Degrade High

The upper VOA degrade threshold.

VOA Degrade Low

The lower VOA degrade threshold.


C.1.15.5  Inventory Tab

The Inventory tab allows you to view the card inventory information.

Table C-140 Field Descriptions for the Inventory Tab 

Field
Description

Serial Number

The serial number that is unique to each card.

IL-REF

The reference insertion loss.

Part Number

The part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Firmware Version

The revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Vendor ID

The ID of the vendor.

Hardware Version

The hardware version number.


C.1.15.6  Alarm Behavior Tab

The Alarm Behavior tab allows you to view and update card alarm profile information.

Table C-141 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Tab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile that has been configured for the card.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, indicates that all alarms are suppressed for the card.

Port Number

Displays the card port number.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for the port from the drop-down list. Values are Default, Inherited, or a customized alarm profile.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, all alarms are suppressed for the port.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for all ports.

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.16  Slot Properties—OSCM (ONS 15808)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Optical Service Channel Modem (OSCM) module provides each NE with logical and physical interfaces to manage the two-channel, unidirectional optical service channel information. The optical service channel connects all the stations of an optical network or subnetwork and transports general purpose information without affecting user traffic. The primary function of the OSCM module is to manage data subchannels for supervisory and order-wire services and to provide transparent links between each node of the network or user-defined functions. The OSCM module transports data in each direction by using a single optical wavelength (1620 nm) running on the same fiber pair as the optical payload channels.

A block diagram is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-6 Cisco ONS 15808 Optical Service Channel Modem

For ONS 15808 OSCM modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Temperature, Performance, Current, and Output Power.

C.1.16.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the OSCM module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table, in the Alarm Browser, or in the OSCM PM table.

C.1.16.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update OSCM module identification information.

Table C-142 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the OSCM module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the OSCM module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the OSCM module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the OSCM module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the OSCM module.

State

Allows you to place the OSCM module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the OSCM module.


C.1.16.3  Temperature Tab

The Temperature tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the OSCM module operating temperature.

Table C-143 Field Descriptions for the Temperature Tab 

Field
Description
East Laser Temperature 1

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current temperature of the east laser (in degrees Celsius).

Low

Sets the operating temperature low threshold, in degrees Celsius, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the operating temperature high threshold, in degrees Celsius, and the alarm severity level.

West Laser Temperature 2

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current temperature of the west laser (in degrees Celsius).

Low

Sets the operating temperature low threshold, in degrees Celsius, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the operating temperature high threshold, in degrees Celsius, and the alarm severity level.


C.1.16.4  Performance Tab

The Performance tab allows you to view performance information for the OSCM module.

Table C-144 Field Descriptions for the Performance Tab 

Field
Description
Number of Collisions

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current number of collisions.

Number of Transmitted Bytes

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current number of transmitted bytes.


C.1.16.5  Current Tab

The Current tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the OSCM module laser current levels.

Table C-145 Field Descriptions for the Current Tab 

Field
Description
East Laser Current 1

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current value of the east laser current (in mA).

Low

Sets the low threshold for the east laser current, in mA, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high threshold for the east laser current, in mA, and the alarm severity level.

West Laser Current 2

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current value of the west laser current (in mA).

Low

Sets the low threshold for the west laser current, in mA, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high threshold for the west laser current, in mA, and the alarm severity level.


C.1.16.6  Output Power Tab

The Output Power tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the OSCM module laser power levels.

Table C-146 Field Descriptions for the Output Power Tab 

Field
Description
East Output Power 1

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power of the east laser (in dBm).

Low

Sets the low threshold for the east laser output power, in dBm, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high threshold for the east laser output power, in dBm, and the alarm severity level.

West Output Power 2

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power of the west laser (in dBm).

Low

Sets the low threshold for the west laser output power, in dBm, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high threshold for the west laser output power, in dBm, and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.17  Slot Properties—OSU-W

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Optical Switch Unit (OSU-W) module enables 1+1 protection of a generic client optical signal regardless of bit rate, format protocol, and wavelength. To provide this protection, the OSU-W module is placed at the optical system access point. This means that the module must be connected between the client terminal and the ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 system transponders to provide path protection. The OSU-W module can provide channel protection on the physical layer, for SDH and SONET traffic as well as for unprotected traffic such as IP, ATM, and plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH).

A block diagram is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-7 Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 Optical Switch Unit

For ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 OSU-W modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Config, Input Power, and Optical Power.

C.1.17.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the OSU-W module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table, in the Alarm Browser, or in the OSU PM table.

C.1.17.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update OSU-W module identification information.

Table C-147 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the OSU-W module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the OSU-W module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the OSU-W module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the OSU-W module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the OSU-W module.

State

Allows you to place the OSU-W module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM data collection for the OSU-W module.


C.1.17.3  Config Tab

The Config tab allows you to set certain OSU-W module configuration parameters.

Table C-148 Field Descriptions for the Config Tab 

Field
Description

Unit State

Shows the current status of the unit state and allows you to set the alarm severity level.

Hardware State

Shows the current status of the hardware state and allows you to set the alarm severity level.

Channel Number Protected

Allows you to set the channel number that is protected by this OSU-W module.

W/P Line Hold Off Time

Allows you to set the working/protection line hold-off time (in milliseconds).

Unit Operation Mode

Allows you to specify Auto or Manual unit operation mode and set the alarm severity level.

Forcing Operation Mode

When Unit Operation Mode is set to Manual, allows you to specify working or protected operation mode.

External Line

When Unit Operation Mode is set to Auto, allows you to enable or disable the external line.

Lock Out of Protection

Allows you to turn the lockout of protection on or off.


C.1.17.4  Input Power Tab

The Input Power tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the power coming into the OSU-W module lasers.

Table C-149 Field Descriptions for the Input Power Tab 

Field
Description
Input Power Working Line

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current OSU-W module working line input power in (dBm).

Working Line Threshold

Sets the threshold for the working line input power (in dBm).

Internal Working Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current internal working line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

External Working Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current external working line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

Input Power Protection Line

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current OSU-W module protection line input power (in dBm).

Protection Line Threshold

Sets the threshold for the protection line input power (in dBm).

Internal Protection Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current internal protection line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.

External Protection Line State

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current external protection line state and lets you set the alarm severity level.


C.1.17.5  Optical Power Tab

The Optical Power tab allows you to view and assign thresholds and alarm severities for the OSU-W module optical power.

Table C-150 Field Descriptions for the Optical Power Tab 

Field
Description
Input Power from Client Transmitter

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current input power from the client transmitter (in dBm).

Output Power from Client Receiver

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current output power from the client receiver (in dBm).

Optical Switch Insertion Loss

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current optical switch insertion loss (in decibels [dB]). Insertion loss is the total optical power loss caused by insertion of an optical component.

High

Sets the high threshold for the optical switch insertion loss (in dB) and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.18  Slot Properties—PLF

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Power Line Filter (PLF) module is a line conditioner and filtering module. CTM does not directly manage the PLF; rather, the Shelf Control Unit (SCU) monitors the PLF module. The PLF has the following functions:

Manages one of the two independent input power supply voltages

Provides redundant power capability

Provides a single ON/OFF switch to turn off module output voltage

Protects against polarity inversion of input voltage, input over-voltage greater than 75 V, input under-voltage less than 36 V, and inrush current surges

For ONS 15808 PLF modules, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.18.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the PLF module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table or in the Alarm Browser.

C.1.18.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update PLF module identification information.

Table C-151 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the PLF module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the PLF module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the PLF module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the PLF module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the PLF module.

State

Allows you to place the PLF module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.19  Slot Properties—RBU

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Router Bridge Unit (RBU) provides redundant telemetry lines for the ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 system. RBUs are connected to the Ethernet interface by Line Service Modem (LSM-W) modules and are placed at the end link of terminal sites.

For the RBU, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.19.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the RBU that is installed in the slot. Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic displays the number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module.

C.1.19.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update RBU identification information.

Table C-152 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the RBU is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the RBU is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the RBU is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the RBU.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the transponder.

State

Allows you to place the transponder in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.20  Slot Properties—SCF

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Subrack Common Functions (SCF) module powers and monitors ONS 15800 and ONS 15801 fans, including the BAT1 and BAT2 external power supplies and the filtered power that is supplied to the internal power bus. The SCF module also manages the internal control bus extension, summarizes the alarm status of the optical subrack, and tests LEDs on all modules in the optical subrack.

For the SCF module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Fan, DCC, and BAT. Descriptions of fields displayed on these tabs are provided in the following sections.

C.1.20.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the SCF module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Alarm Browser, in the Equipment Inventory table, or in the SCF PM table.

C.1.20.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update SCF identification information.

Table C-153 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the SCF module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801) where the SCF module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the SCF module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack where the SCF module is installed.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the SCF module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the SCC number.

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays "Not Available" if the TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the SCF module.

State

Allows you to place the SCF module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM data collection for the SCF module.


C.1.20.3  Fan Tab

The Fan tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds to up to four fans that are powered by the SCF.

Table C-154 Field Descriptions for the Fan Tab 

Field
Description
Fan Current 1 to 4

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current fan threshold.

Low

Sets the low fan current threshold (in mA) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high fan current threshold (in mA) and the alarm severity level.


C.1.20.4  DCC Tab

The DCC tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds to the data communications channel (DCC) converter, which is powered by the SCF module.

Table C-155 Field Descriptions for the DCC Tab 

Field
Description
DCC Converter

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the threshold of the DCC converter.

Low

Sets the low DCC converter threshold (in volts) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high DCC converter threshold (in volts) and the alarm severity level.


C.1.20.5  BAT Tab

The BAT tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds to the Battery Management (BAT) module, which is powered by the SCF module.

Table C-156 Field Descriptions for the BAT Tab 

Field
Description
Battery Control

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the battery threshold.

Low

Sets the low battery control threshold (in volts) and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high battery control threshold (in volts) and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.21  Slot Properties—SCU

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Shelf Control Unit (SCU) module is installed in every shelf in the system to manage all of the common shelf functions. The front panel of the SCU module has LEDs that indicate the status of the module, fans, and the bay alarms. The SCU module controls the following shelf functions:

Monitor the power supply and fan status

Monitor the local shelf input voltage

Extend the control bus (CBUS) to other shelves

LED test of all shelf modules

B-alarm relay and LED management

Alarm memory and acknowledgment

For ONS 15808 SCU modules, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Fan, DCC, and BAT.

C.1.21.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the SCU module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table, in the Alarm Browser, or in the SCU PM table.

C.1.21.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update SCU module identification information.

Table C-157 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the SCU module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the SCU module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the SCU module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the SCU module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the SCU module.

State

Allows you to place the SCU module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.

PM Collection Status

Allows you to enable or disable PM collection for the SCU module.


C.1.21.3  Fan Tab

The Fan tab allows you to assign performance monitoring thresholds for the four SCU module fan currents.

Table C-158 Field Descriptions for the Fan Tab 

Field
Description
Fan Current 1-4

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current (in mA) for fan x.

Low

Sets the fan current low threshold, in mA, and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the fan current high threshold, in mA, and the alarm severity level.


C.1.21.4  DCC Tab

The DCC tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the SCU module DCC converter.

Table C-159 Field Descriptions for the DCC Tab 

Field
Description
DCC Converter

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current voltage of the DCC converter.

Low

Sets the low voltage for the DCC converter and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high voltage for the DCC converter and the alarm severity level.


C.1.21.5  BAT Tab

The BAT tab allows you to assign thresholds and alarm severities for the SCU module battery.

Table C-160 Field Descriptions for the BAT Tab 

Field
Description
Battery Control

Value

When the Update button is clicked, displays the current voltage of the SCU module battery.

Low

Sets the low voltage for the SCU module battery and the alarm severity level.

High

Sets the high voltage for the SCU module battery and the alarm severity level.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.22  Slot Properties—SNH

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Supervision Network Hub (SNH) module is an Ethernet hub that provides the following functions:

Interconnection between the protect NE and the working NE through UTP/STP cable (10BASE-T interface)

Element management interface and local craft terminal interface through UTP/STP cable (10BASE-T interface)

For ONS 15808 SNH modules, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.22.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the SNH module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table or in the Alarm Browser.

C.1.22.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update SNH module identification information.

Table C-161 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the SNH module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the SNH module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the SNH module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the SNH module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the SNH module.

State

Allows you to place the SNH module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.23  Slot Properties—SNS

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Supervision Network Switch (SNS) module is an eight-port Ethernet switch that provides protection to the supervisory data communications network (DCN) in a redundant system. The SNS module provides the following functions:

DCN domain partitioning

Interconnection between the protect NE and the working NE through UTP/STP cable (10BASE-T interface)

Element management interface through the UTP/STP cable (10BASE-T interface)

For ONS 15808 SNS modules, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.23.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the SNS module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table or in the Alarm Browser.

C.1.23.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update SNS module identification information.

Table C-162 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the SNS module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the SNS module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the SNS module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the SNS module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the SNS module.

State

Allows you to place the SNS module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.24  Slot Properties—SSXC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15600 SONET and ONS 15600 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The SSXC card provides a fully nonblocking 6144 bidirectional STS-1 matrix.


Note In NE releases earlier than release 5.0, the SSXC card is called the CXC card.


For the SSXC, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.24.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the SSXC card that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.24.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update SSXC identification information.

Table C-163 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

User Code

Allows you to enter an ASCII string to identify the card. The user code is stored in nonvolatile memory so that it is not lost when the unit is moved or stored as a spare.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.25  Slot Properties—TCC+

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Timing Communication and Control+ (TCC+) card performs system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET data communications channel (DCC) termination, and system fault detection for the ONS 15327 and ONS 15454. The TCC+ also ensures that the system maintains Telcordia timing requirements.

For the TCC+ module, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.25.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the TCC+ that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s).

C.1.25.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update TCC+ identification information.

Table C-164 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.26  Slot Properties—TCC-I

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Timing Communication and Control-International (TCC-I) Card performs system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET data communications channel (DCC) termination, and system fault detection for the ONS 15454 SDH. The TCC-I also ensures that the system maintains Telcordia timing requirements.

For the TCC-I module, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.26.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the TCC-I that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to add, delete, change, or reset the module.

C.1.26.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update TCC-I identification information.

Table C-165 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for; for example, TCC+ or TCC-I.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot; for example, TCC+ or TCC-I.

HW Part No

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

HW Hardware Revision

Displays the card revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the hardware revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.27  Slot Properties—TCC2

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Advanced Timing, Communications, and Control (TCC2) performs system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SDH section overhead (SOH) data communication channel/generic communication channel (DCC/GCC) termination, and system fault detection for the ONS 15454 SDH. The TCC2 also ensures that the system maintains Stratum 3E (ITU-T G.813) timing requirements. It monitors the supply voltage of the system. The TCC2 card can work with the XC10G, XC-VXL-10G, or XC-VXL-2.5G cross-connect cards. It requires software release 5.0 or later.

For the TCC2 module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Info.

C.1.27.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the TCC2 that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.27.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update TCC2 identification information.

Table C-166 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.27.3  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the TCC2 card.

Table C-167 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.28  Slot Properties—TCC2P

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Advanced Timing, Communications, and Control Plus (TCC2P) card is an enhanced version of the TCC2 card. The primary enhancements are Ethernet security features and 64K composite clock BITS timing.

The TCC2P card performs system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET SOH DCC/GCC termination, and system fault detection for the ONS 15454. The TCC2P also ensures that the system maintains Stratum 3 (Telcordia GR-253-CORE) timing requirements. It monitors the supply voltage of the system.


Note The TCC2P card requires software release 5.0 or later.


For the TCC2P module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Info.

C.1.28.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the TCC2P that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.28.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update TCC2P identification information.

Table C-168 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

Displays the administration state. The state can either be Unlocked or Locked, Maintenance.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.28.3  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the TCC2P card.

Table C-169 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.29  Slot Properties—TSC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15600 SONET or ONS 15600 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The timing and shelf controller (TSC) card performs all system-timing functions for each ONS 15600. The TSC card monitors the recovered clocks from each traffic card and two building integrated timing supply (BITS) interfaces for frequency accuracy.

For the TSC module, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.29.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the TSC card that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.29.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update TSC identification information.

Table C-170 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

User Code

Allows you to enter an ASCII string to identify the card. The user code is stored in nonvolatile memory so that it is not lost when the unit is moved or stored as a spare.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.30  Slot Properties—UDC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 module that is installed in the slot selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The User Data Channel (UDC) module provides an isolated interface toward the Optical Service Channel Modem (OSCM) and an external orderwire terminal to provide two isolated, bidirectional data channels (64 kb/s) that can transport voice signals through the service line. An orderwire terminal uses these two data channels to carry two voice signals between sites.

For ONS 15808 UDC modules, the slot properties pane displays Module View and Identification tabs.

C.1.30.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the UDC module that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Moving the mouse pointer over the graphic also displays the alarm counts.) Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to display the module in the Equipment Inventory table or in the Alarm Browser.

C.1.30.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update UDC module identification information.

Table C-171 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the UDC module is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808) where the UDC module is installed.

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the subrack containing the UDC module is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack.

Slot ID

Displays the identification number of the slot containing the UDC module.

Software Version

Displays the version of the software.

BIOS Version

Displays the version number of the BIOS.

Board Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the board.

SCC Number

Displays the version of the module serial communication controller (SCC).

Product Option

Displays the product option. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Hardware Version

Displays the version of the hardware. Displays Not Available if TL1 Agent version is earlier than version 2.1.

Line Direction

Shows the line direction for the UDC module.

State

Allows you to place the UDC module in one of two states: In Service or Under Maintenance.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.31  Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unequipped slots are slots that have been provisioned for an ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 module but do not have the module installed. Unequipped slots display Slot View and Identification tabs.

C.1.31.1  Slot View Tab

The Slot View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Moving the mouse pointer over the unequipped slot displays the number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the slot. Normally, unequipped slots show zero alarms; however, if there is a board mismatch or a missing replaceable unit, the alarm counters indicate one outstanding alarm.

C.1.31.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab displays the slot identification information.

Table C-172 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the slot is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801).

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the slot is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack where the slot is installed.

Slot ID

Displays the slot number.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.32  Slot Properties—Unequipped Slot (ONS 15808)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unequipped slots are slots that have been provisioned for an ONS 15808 module but do not have the module installed. Unequipped slots display Slot View and Identification tabs.

C.1.32.1  Slot View Tab

The Slot View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15808 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Moving the mouse pointer over the unequipped slot displays the number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the slot. Normally unequipped slots show zero alarms; however, if there is a board mismatch or a missing replaceable unit, the alarm counters indicate one outstanding alarm.

C.1.32.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab displays the slot identification information.

Table C-173 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the slot is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808).

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the slot is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack where the slot is installed.

Slot ID

Displays the slot number.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.33  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15327 and ONS 15454 SONET)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 SONET subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unprovisioned slots are slots that are not polled by the TCC. Unprovisioned slots display a Module View tab.

C.1.33.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 SONET slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. For unprovisioned slots, a blank slot graphic is displayed.


Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.34  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15454 SDH)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unprovisioned slots are slots that are not polled by the TCC. Unprovisioned slots display a Module View tab.

C.1.34.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. For unprovisioned slots, a blank slot graphic is displayed.


Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.35  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15800 and ONS 15801)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unprovisioned slots are slots that are not polled by the Control and Monitoring Processor (CMP-W) module. The slot properties pane for unprovisioned slots displays Slot View and Identification tabs.

C.1.35.1  Slot View Tab

The Slot View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15800 or ONS 15801 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. For unprovisioned slots, a blank slot graphic is displayed.

C.1.35.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab displays the slot identification information.

Table C-174 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the slot is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15800 or ONS 15801).

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the slot is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack where the slot is installed.

Slot ID

Displays the slot number.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.36  Slot Properties—Unprovisioned Slot (ONS 15808)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15808 subrack slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Unprovisioned slots are slots that are not polled by the control and monitoring processor (CMP). Unprovisioned slots display Slot View and Identification tabs.

C.1.36.1  Slot View Tab

The Slot View tab displays a graphic of the ONS 15808 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. For unprovisioned slots, a blank slot graphic is displayed.

C.1.36.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab displays the slot identification information.

Table C-175 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

NE ID

Displays the user-defined name of the NE where the slot is installed.

Description

Displays information that a user has entered (if any) to describe the NE.

NE Model

Identifies the model of the selected NE (ONS 15808).

Rack ID

Displays the identification number of the rack where the slot is installed.

Subrack ID

Displays the identification number of the subrack where the slot is installed.

Slot ID

Displays the slot number.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.37  Slot Properties—XC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 SONET slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 Cross-Connect (XC) card performs port-to-port time-division multiplexing (TDM), STS switching, and can terminate 288 STSs, or 144 STS cross-connections. Each STS cross-connection uses two STS ports on the XC card STS matrix.

For the XC module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Protection.

C.1.37.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XC that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to add, delete, change, or reset the module.

C.1.37.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XC identification information.

Table C-176 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.37.3  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XC protection group information.

Table C-177 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

State of Slot x

Displays the state of the selected slot and of the companion XC slot.

Switch

Click to switch the selected slot from its current state to the other states.

Lock

Click to lock the selected slot into its current state.

Unlock

Click to unlock the current slot from its current state.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.38  Slot Properties—XC-VXL-10G

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The XC-VXL-10G card cross-connects E-1, E-3, DS-3, STM-1, STM-4, STM-16, and STM-64 signal rates. The XC-VXL-10G provides a maximum of 384 x 384 VC-4 nonblocking cross-connections, 384 x 384 VC-3 nonblocking cross-connections, or 2016 x 2016 VC-12 nonblocking cross-connections. It is designed for 10-Gb/s solutions.

For the XC-VXL-10G module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Protection.

C.1.38.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XC-VXL-10G that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to add, delete, change, or reset the module.

C.1.38.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XC-VXL-10G identification information.

Table C-178 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.38.3  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XC-VXL-10G protection group information.

Table C-179 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

State of Slot x

Displays the state of the selected slot and of the companion XC-VXL-10G slot.

Switch

Click to switch the selected slot from its current state to the other states.

Lock

Click to lock the selected slot into its current state.

Unlock

Click to unlock the current slot from its current state.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.39  Slot Properties—XC10G

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET or ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH cross-connect cards establish connections and perform time division switching (TDS) at the STS-1 level between ONS 15454 traffic cards. The ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH 10 Gigabit Cross-Connect (XC10G) card cross-connects STS-12, STS-48, and STS-192 signal rates. The XC10G provides a maximum of 1152 STS-1 cross-connections. Any STS-1 on any port can be connected to any other port, which means that the STS cross-connections are nonblocking.

For the XC10G module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Protection, and Info.

C.1.39.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XC10G that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.39.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XC10G identification information.

Table C-180 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.39.3  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XC10G protection group information.

Table C-181 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

State of Slot x

Displays the state of the selected slot and of the companion XC10G slot.

Switch

Click to switch the selected slot from its current state to the other states.

Lock

Click to lock the selected slot into its current state.

Unlock

Click to unlock the current slot from its current state.


C.1.39.4  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the XC10G card.

Table C-182 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.40  Slot Properties—XCVT

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 SONET slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The ONS 15327 or ONS 15454 Cross-Connect Virtual Tributary (XCVT) performs port-to-port time-division multiplexing (TDM), STS and VT1.5 switching, and can terminate 288 STSs, or 144 STS cross-connections. (Each STS cross-connection uses two STS ports on the cross-connect card STS matrix.)

For the XCVT module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, and Protection.

C.1.40.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XCVT that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to add, delete, change, or reset the module.

C.1.40.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XCVT identification information.

Table C-183 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.40.3  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XCVT protection group information.

Table C-184 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

State of Slot x

Displays the state of the selected slot and of the companion XCVT slot.

Switch

Click to switch the selected slot from its current state to the other states.

Lock

Click to lock the selected slot into its current state.

Unlock

Click to unlock the current slot from its current state.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.41  Slot Properties—XCVXC

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

In the SONET system, the XCVXC card cross-connects STS-1 and VT1.5/VT2 layers. It provides full, nonblocking 1152 x 1152 port STS-1 cross-connections or 2688 x 2688 port VT1.5 cross-connections.

In the SDH system, the XCVXC card cross-connects VC-3, VC-4, and VC-12/VC-11 layers. It provides 384 x 384 VC-3/TUG-3 cross-connections, full, nonblocking 384 x 384 VC-4 (and 4-Nc) cross-connections, or 2016 x 2016 VC-12 cross-connections.

Cross-connect and provisioning information is established through the user interface on the TCC2 card.

For the XCVXC card, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Protection, and Info.

C.1.41.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XCVXC card that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.41.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XCVXC card identification information.

Table C-185 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

Select the designation that determines whether an entity is in service or out of service. The administration state is the driver for the service state.

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.41.3  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XCVXC protection group information.

Table C-186 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

State of Slot x

Displays the state of the selected slot and of the companion XCVXC slot.

Switch

Click to switch the selected slot from its current state to the other states.

Lock

Click to lock the selected slot into its current state.

Unlock

Click to unlock the current slot from its current state.


C.1.41.4  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the XCVXC card.

Table C-187 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.1.42  Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15305)

The slot properties pane displays information about the CTC-based ONS 15305 that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Integrated Cross-Connect, Timing, and Control (XTC) cards perform system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET data communications channel (DCC) termination, system fault detection, and cross-connect maintenance and management for the ONS 15305 CTC. The XTC cards also provide the circuitry for the DS-1 and DS-3 interfaces and ensure that the system maintains Telcordia timing requirements. An XTC card is required to operate the ONS 15305 CTC and can be used in a redundant or nonredundant configuration.

For the ONS 15305 CTC XTC controller, the slot properties pane displays a single Module View tab.

C.1.42.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XTC controller that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.43  Slot Properties—XTC (ONS 15327)

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15327 slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The Integrated Cross-Connect, Timing, and Control (XTC) cards perform system initialization, provisioning, alarm reporting, maintenance, diagnostics, IP address detection/resolution, SONET data communications channel (DCC) termination, system fault detection, and cross-connect maintenance and management for the ONS 15327. The XTC cards also provide the circuitry for the DS-1 and DS-3 interfaces and ensure that the system maintains Telcordia timing requirements. An XTC card is required to operate the ONS 15327 and can be used in a redundant or nonredundant configuration.

For the XTC module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, DS-1, DS-3, STS-1 Path, VT1.5 Path, Alarm Extenders, Protection, and J1 Path Trace.

C.1.43.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the XTC that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset, delete, or change the card.

C.1.43.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update XTC identification information.

Table C-188 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).


C.1.43.3  DS-1 Tab

The DS-1 tab allows you to view and update XTC DS-1 information.

Table C-189 Field Descriptions for the DS-1 Tab 

Subfield
Description
Line Config

Port Number

Displays the port number:

1 to 14 (XTC-14)

1 to 28 (XTC-28-3)

Port Name

Allows you to enter the name of the port. You can enter up to 32 alphanumeric or special characters. The port name is blank by default.

Line Type

Defines the line framing type as ESF (Extended Super Frame), D4, or unframed.

Line Coding

Allows you to define the DS-1 transmission coding type. Values are:

AMI—Alternate Mark Inversion (Cisco default)

B8ZS—Bipolar 8 Zero Substitution

Line Length

Defines the distance (in feet) from backplane connection to the next termination point. Values are:

0-131 (Cisco default)

132-262

263-393

394-524

525-655

State

Displays the status of the line. Values are:

IS—In Service

IS_AINS—In Service-Auto In Service Soak

OOS—Out of Service

OOS_MT—Out of Service-Maintenance

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The amount of valid input signal in hh.mm, after which the port is set in service by the software. The range is 0 to 48 hours, in 15-minute increments.

AINS Soak Count Down

Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh.mm, after which the card becomes in service (IS) automatically. The range is 0 to 48 hours, in 15-minute increments.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

Send AIS-V for DS-1 AIS

When checked, sends an Alarm Indication Signal VT (AIS-V) instead of a DS-1 AIS (from the line side toward the backplane/system side) when a line-side trigger occurs.

Raise AIS for LOF

Sends an AIS when a loss of frame (LOF) occurs.

Line Threshold 15 Minutes

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-L

Coding violations-line (near-end only).

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line (near-end only).

LOSS-L

Loss of signal seconds-line (near-end only).

Line Threshold 1 Day

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-L

Coding violations-line (near-end only).

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line (near-end only).

LOSS-L

Loss of signal seconds-line (near-end only).

Electric Path Threshold 15 Minutes
Near End

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-P

Coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

AISS-P

Alarm indication signal seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path information.

Far End

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-P

Coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path information.

ESA-P

Errored seconds type A-path information.

ESB-P

Errored seconds type B-path information.

CSS-P

Controlled slip seconds-path information.

SEFS-P

Severely errored framing seconds-path information.

Electric Path Threshold 1 Day
Near End

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-P

Coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path information.

SAS-P

Severely errored frame/alarm indication signal-path information.

AISS-P

Alarm indication signal seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path information.

Far End

Port Number

The port number (1 to 14 for XTC-14; 1 to 28 for XTC-28-3).

CV-P

Coding violations-path information.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path information.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path information.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path information.

ESA-P

Errored seconds type A-path information.

ESB-P

Errored seconds type B-path information.

CSS-P

Controlled slip seconds-path information.

SEFS-P

Severely errored framing seconds-path information.

Alarm Behavior

Displays alarm profile information.

Loopback

Line Number

The line number.

State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Customer Info

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.43.4  DS-3 Tab

The DS-3 tab allows you to view and update XTC DS-3 information.

Table C-190 Field Descriptions for the DS-3 Tab 

Field
Description
Line Config

Port Number

Displays the port number (1 to 3).

Port Name

Allows you to enter the name of the port. You can enter up to 32 alphanumeric or special characters. The port name is blank by default.

Line Length

Defines the distance (in feet) from backplane connection to the next termination point. Values are:

0 - 225 (Cisco default)

226 - 450

State

Displays the status of the line. Values are:

IS—In Service

IS_AINS—In Service-Auto In Service Soak

OOS—Out of Service

OOS_MT—Out of Service-Maintenance

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The amount of valid input signal in hh.mm, after which the port is set in service by the software. The range is 0 to 48 hours, in 15-minute increments.

AINS Soak Count Down

Displays the remaining time of valid input signal in hh.mm, after which the card becomes IS automatically. The range is 0 to 48 hours, in 15-minute increments.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

Line Threshold 15 Minutes

Port Number

The port number (1 to 3).

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

LOSS-L

Loss of signal seconds-line.

Line Threshold 1 Day

Port Number

The port number (1 to 3).

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

LOSS-L

Loss of signal seconds-line.

Alarm Behavior

Displays alarm profile information.

Loopback

Line Number

The line number.

State

Displays the status of the line. The line can be In Service (IS), In Service-Auto In Service Soak (IS_AINS), Out of Service (OOS), or Out of Service-Maintenance (OOS_MT).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or Facility (Line), or clear the current loopback (none).

Customer Info

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Customer ID

The customer ID.

Service ID

The service ID.


C.1.43.5  STS-1 Path Tab

The STS-1 tab allows you to view and update XTC STS-1 path information.

Table C-191 Field Descriptions for the STS-1 Path Tab 

Field
Description
Threshold 15 Minutes

STS Number

The synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Coding violations-path.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path.

FC-P

Failure count-path.

PPJC-Pdet

Positive pointer justification count, STS path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Negative pointer justification count, STS path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Positive pointer justification count, STS path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Negative pointer justification count, STS path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Positive pointer justification count, STS path detected.

PJCS-Pgen

Positive pointer justification count, STS path generated.

PJC-Diff

The sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Threshold 1 Day

STS Number

The synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Coding violations-path.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path.

FC-P

Failure count-path.

PPJC-Pdet

Positive pointer justification count, STS path detected.

NPJC-Pdet

Negative pointer justification count, STS path detected.

PPJC-Pgen

Positive pointer justification count, STS path generated.

NPJC-Pgen

Negative pointer justification count, STS path generated.

PJCS-Pdet

Positive pointer justification count, STS path detected.

PJCS-Pgen

Positive pointer justification count, STS path generated.

PJC-Diff

The sum of the absolute values of differences between positive transmitted and received, and negative transmitted and received. The important metric on pointer justification is not the exact counts, but how many were absorbed.

Customer Info

STS Number

The STS number.

Customer ID

The user-defined customer ID number.

Service ID

The user-defined service ID number.


C.1.43.6  VT1.5 Path Tab

The VT1.5 Path tab allows you to view and update XTC VT1.5 path information.

Table C-192 Field Descriptions for the VT1.5 Path Tab 

Field
Description
Threshold 15 Minutes STS Term

STS Number

The synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Coding violations-path.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path.

FC-P

Failure count-path.

Threshold 1 Day STS Term

STS Number

The synchronous transport signal number.

CV-P

Coding violations-path.

ES-P

Errored seconds-path.

SES-P

Severely errored seconds-path.

UAS-P

Unavailable seconds-path.

FC-P

Failure count-path.

Threshold 15 Minutes VT Term

VT Number

The virtual terminal number.

CV-V

Coding violations-VT path.

ES-V

Errored seconds-VT path.

SES-V

Severely errored seconds-VT path.

UAS-V

Unavailable seconds-VT path.

Threshold 1 Day VT Term

VT Number

The virtual terminal number.

CV-V

Coding violations-VT path.

ES-V

Errored seconds-VT path.

SES-V

Severely errored seconds-VT path.

UAS-V

Unavailable seconds-VT path.

Customer Info

VT Number

The virtual terminal number.

Customer ID

The user-defined customer ID number.

Service ID

The user-defined service ID number.


C.1.43.7  Alarm Extenders Tab

The Alarm Extenders tab allows you view XTC alarm information. The Alarm Extenders tab contains the following subtabs:

External Alarms Subtab

External Controls Subtab

C.1.43.7.1  External Alarms Subtab

The External Alarms subtab allows you to view and update external alarm information.

Table C-193 Field Descriptions for the External Alarms Subtab 

Field
Description

Input Number

The alarm input number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the alarm input number.

Alarm Type

Choose an alarm type from the provided list.

Severity

Choose a severity from the list.

Raised When

Choose the contact condition that will trigger the alarm in CTC.

Virtual Wire

To assign the external device to a virtual wire, choose a virtual wire from the list, or choose None if no assignment is required.

Description

A default description is provided in this line for every external alarm that is enabled.

Raised

Indicates if an alarm has been raised.

Contact Status

Indicates the current status of the contact.


C.1.43.7.2  External Controls Subtab

The External Controls subtab allows you to view and update external controls.

Table C-194 Field Descriptions for the External Controls Subtab 

Field
Description

Control Number

The control number.

Enabled

Check to activate the fields for the control number.

Control Type

Choose a control type from the provided list.

Trigger Type

Choose a trigger type: a local minor, major, or critical alarm; a remote minor, major, or critical alarm; or a virtual wire activation.

Description

Enter a description.

Current State

The current state of the control.

Auto State

The auto state of the control.

Contact Setting

The current contact setting.


C.1.43.8  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update XTC protection group information.

Table C-195 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

Protection Groups

Displays a list of available protection groups.

Protection Group Details

Displays details about the selected protection group.


C.1.43.9  J1 Path Trace Tab

The J1 Path Trace tab allows you to view and update J1 path trace information.

Table C-196 Field Descriptions for the J1 Path Trace Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

STS Number

Displays the STS number.

Expected String

Displays the current expected string.

Received String

Displays the current received string.

Mode

Displays the path trace mode (Off/None, Auto, or Manual).

C2

Represents a machine-generated J1/J2 payload label byte.

Mismatch

Indicates whether there is a mismatch in the C2 byte received.

Vcat Member Number

Displays the virtual concatenation (VCAT) member number.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.2  DWDM Cards

This section describes the following DWDM cards supported within CTM:

Slot Properties—2.5G_DM

Slot Properties—2.5G_DMP

Slot Properties—2.5G Multirate Transponder

Slot Properties—32DMX

Slot Properties—32DMX-L

Slot Properties—32DMX_O

Slot Properties—40-DMX-C

Slot Properties—32MUX_O

Slot Properties—40-MUX-C

Slot Properties—32WD-IR

Slot Properties—32WSS

Slot Properties—32WSS-L

Slot Properties—40-WSS-C

Slot Properties—40-WXC-C

Slot Properties—4MD_xx.x

Slot Properties—AD_1B_xx.x

Slot Properties—AD_1C_xx.x

Slot Properties—AD_2C_xx.x

Slot Properties—AD_4B_xx.x

Slot Properties—AD_4C_xx.x

Slot Properties—ADA

Slot Properties—ADM-10G

Slot Properties—BBA

Slot Properties—BBA/RBA

Slot Properties—BCS-ELH

Slot Properties—BCS-LH

Slot Properties—Demultiplexer

Slot Properties—IRBA

Slot Properties—GE_XP and 10GE_XP

Slot Properties—Multiplexer

Slot Properties—MXP_2.5G_10E

Slot Properties—MXP_2.5G_10G

Slot Properties—MXP_MR_10DME

Slot Properties—OA-ELH

Slot Properties—OAD-8-C

Slot Properties—OADM-P4

Slot Properties—OBA-C

Slot Properties—OECP

Slot Properties—OEP-C

Slot Properties—OP-ELH

Slot Properties—OPA-C

Slot Properties—OPT-AMP-17-C and OPT-AMP-C

Slot Properties—OPT-AMP-L

Slot Properties—OPT-RAMP-C

Slot Properties—OPT-BST

Slot Properties—OPT-BST-E

Slot Properties—OPT-BST-L

Slot Properties—OPT-PRE

Slot Properties—ORP-ELH

Slot Properties—OSC-CSM

Slot Properties—OTU2_XP

Slot Properties—PRE-L

Slot Properties—PRE-L-IR

Slot Properties—PSM

Slot Properties—TPA

Slot Properties—TXP_MR_10E

Slot Properties—TXP_MR_10G

Slot Properties—WD

C.2.1  Slot Properties—2.5G_DM

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The 2.5G-DM card is capable of translating client input GE, ESCON, FICON, 1G and 2G Fiber Channel, and IBM GDPS optical signal into an optical signal with an optical frequency on the 100-GHz spacing frequency grid according to ITU-T G.692. The datamux cards are GR-253 and G.957 compliant. This card supports 8 client interfaces utilizing SFP technology, and 32 ITU wavelengths are supported. Each card supports tunability over 4 wavelengths. This card is supported in both the 15454 SONET and 15454 SDH platforms.

The card faceplate is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-8 Cisco ONS 15454 2.5G-DM Module

For the 2.5G_DM module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Card, PPM, Line, Loopback, Auto Laser Shutdown, Optical Thresh, Alarm Behavior, Protection, and Info.


Note The tabs shown depend on the NE configuration.


C.2.1.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the 2.5G_DM that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.2.1.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update 2.5G_DM identification information.

Table C-197 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Suppress Alarms

When checked, all alarms are suppressed for the port.


C.2.1.3  Card Tab

The Card tab allows you to view and update card information.

Table C-198 Field Descriptions for the Card Tab 

Field
Description

Card Mode

Allows you to select a card mode. Select from:

FC_GE—Allows you to select a multicard Ether Switch group, a single-card Ether Switch group, or the Port Mapped mode for E-series cards.

Mixed—Supports 1G FC or GE traffic on port 1, and ESCON traffic on ports 5 through 8.

ESCON—Supports 8 ports of ESCON traffic.


C.2.1.4  PPM Tab

The PPM tab allows you to view and provision the PPM and the ports inside the PPM.

Table C-199 Field Descriptions for the PPM Tab 

Field
Description
Pluggable Port Modules (PPM)

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot. Values are single mode or multimode.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

User Code

Allows you to enter an ASCII string to identify the card. The user code is stored in nonvolatile memory so that it is not lost when the unit is moved or stored as a spare.

Product ID

Displays a plugin module ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

Displays the port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the plugin module.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this plugin module and its port(s).

PPM

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Equipment Type

Displays the plugin type that the port is provisioned for.


C.2.1.4.1  Provision Pluggable Dialog Box

Click the Create button to launch the Provision Pluggable dialog box. This dialog box allows you to provision the PPM and to create the ports inside this entity. See Provision Pluggable Dialog Box for more information.

C.2.1.5  Line Tab

The Line tab allows you to configure line information. If the card is installed in an ONS 15454 SONET NE, the tab contains the following subtabs:

Section Trace Subtab

SONET Subtab

Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab

Client Subtab

RMON Thresholds Subtab

Distance Extension Subtab

Enhanced FC/FICON ISL Subtab


Note If the card is installed in an ONS 15454 SDH NE, see the SDH Line section. The following information is the same if the payload is SDH in an ONS 15454 SONET NE.


C.2.1.5.1  Section Trace Subtab

The Section Trace subtab allows you to change the section trace settings for the 2.5G-DM card.

Table C-200 Field Descriptions for the Section Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Trace Mode

The trace mode (Off/None or Manual).

Disable AIS/RDI on TIM-S

Allows you to disable the Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) and the Remote Defect Indication (RDI) when the path Trace Identifier Mismatch Section (TIM-S) alarm is detected.

Transmit Length

Select a transmit length for the trace.

Current Transmit String

Displays the current transmit string. The trail trace identifier is 64 bytes in length.

Current Expected String

Displays the current expected string; sets a new expected string.

Current Received String

Displays the current received string.


C.2.1.5.2  SONET Subtab

The SONET subtab allows you to view and change the SONET line settings for the 2.5G-DM module.

Table C-201 Field Descriptions for the SONET Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

Type

Defines the port.

ProvidesSync

When checked, the card is provisioned as an NE timing reference.

EnableSyncMsg

Enables synchronization status messages (S1 byte), which allow the node to choose the best timing source.

SendDoNotUse

When checked, sends a do not use (DUS) message on the S1 byte.

Admin SSM

Overrides the synchronization status message (SSM) synchronization traceability unknown (STU) value. If the node does not receive an SSM signal, it defaults to STU.


C.2.1.5.3  Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Section Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change 15-minute near-end section thresholds for the 2.5G_DM module.

Table C-202 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays severely errored framing seconds-section.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.5.4  Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Section Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change 1-day near-end regenerator section thresholds for the 2.5G_DM module.

Table C-203 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays severely errored framing seconds-section.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.5.5  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change 15-minute near- and far-end line thresholds for the 2.5G_DM module.

Table C-204 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.

Far End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.5.6  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change 1-day near- and far-end line thresholds for the 2.5G_DM module.

Table C-205 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.

Far End

Port No.

The port number.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.5.7  Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab

The Wavelength Trunk Settings subtab allows you to change the wavelength and band settings for the 2.5G_DM card.

Table C-206 Field Descriptions for the Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

Port Name

Allows you to enter an optical port name.

Wavelength

Allows you to provision the wavelength frequency. The Wavelength column lists the correct wavelengths, depending on the type of card, and the band selected. Refer to the Other Information field in the Equipment Inventory table (11.3.1  Viewing an Equipment Inventory Table, page 11-12) for details of wavelengths supported.

Band

The Band column reduces the number of selectable wavelengths (82/80 lambdas only). For this single-band card, the band value is fixed to C, and this value cannot be altered.


C.2.1.5.8  Client Subtab

The Client subtab allows you to provision PPM parameters for the 2.5G_DM card.

Table C-207 Field Descriptions for the Client Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

Port Name

Allows you enter a port name.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

AINS Soak (H:M)

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

Reach

Allows you to provision the reach value. You can choose Auto Provision, which allows the system to automatically provision the reach from the PPM reach value on the hardware. Choose one of the following reach distances:

Note The reach distance options that appear in the drop-down list depend on the card selected.

SR (short reach, up to 2 km distance)

SR 1 (up to 2 km distance)

IR 1 (intermediate reach, up to 15 km distance)

IR 2 (up to 40 km distance)

LR 1 (long reach, up to 40 km distance)

LR 2 (up to 80 km distance)

LR 3 (up to 80 km distance)

I1

S1

S2

L1

L2

L3

SX (up to 550 m or 270 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

LX (up to 10 km or 550 m distance based on 50 um/62.5 um diameter fiber)

CX

T

DX (up to 40 km distance)

HX (up to 40 km distance)

ZX (up to 80 km distance)

VX (up to 100 km distance)

Wavelength

Allows you to provision the wavelength frequency.


C.2.1.5.9  RMON Thresholds Subtab

The RMON Thresholds tab allows you to view RMON thresholds for the 2.5G_DM module.

Table C-208 Field Descriptions for the RMON Thresholds Subtab 

Field
Description

Show all RMON Thresholds

When checked, shows all RMON thresholds.

Index Number

Displays the optical port number.

Slot

Displays the slot.

Port

Displays the port.

Variable

Displays the Ethernet threshold variable. The variable depends on the card type.

Alarm Type

Displays the Ethernet threshold alarm type. Values are Rising, Falling, or Rising and Falling.

Sample Type

Displays the Ethernet threshold sample type. Values are Relative and Absolute. Relative restricts the threshold to using the number of occurrences in the user-set sample period. Absolute sets the threshold to use the total number of occurrences, regardless of any time period.

Sample Period (sec)

Displays the Ethernet threshold sample period, in seconds.

Rising Thresh

Displays a count of the number of times an alarm entry crosses the rising threshold and the entry generates an event.

Falling Thresh

Displays a count of the number of times an alarm entry crosses the falling threshold and the entry generates an event.


C.2.1.5.10  Distance Extension Subtab

The Distance Extension subtab allows you to enable the buffer-to-buffer extension between the client and the 2.5G_DM card in order to increase the DWDM distance without affecting the throughput.

Table C-209 Field Descriptions for the Distance Extension Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Client interface: 1 to 8

Trunk: 9

Enable Distance Extension

Allows end-to-end distances of up to 1600 km for 1 GFC and up to 800 km for 2 GFC.

Auto Detect Credits

Allows automatic detection of buffer credits for flow control.

Credits Available

Displays the number of credits available.

Autoadjust GFP Buffer Threshold

Allows the threshold of the generic framing procedure (GFP) buffer between two 2.5G_DM cards. This is automatically adjusted.

GFP Buffers Available

Displays the number of GFP buffers available between two 2.5G_DM cards.


C.2.1.5.11  Enhanced FC/FICON ISL Subtab

The Enhanced FC/FICON ISL subtab allows you to enable the field programmable gate array (FPGA) to drop duplicate frames.

Table C-210 Field Descriptions for the Enhanced FC/FICON ISL Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Maximum Frame Size

Allows you to select the maximum frame size supported by the FICON/FC. Valid range is from 2148 to 2172.


C.2.1.6  Loopback Tab

The Loopback tab allows you to view and update 2.5G_DM loopback information.

Table C-211 Field Descriptions for the Loopback Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Port Name

Displays the name of the port.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Loopback Type

Allows you to configure a port to terminal loopback (Inward) or clear the current loopback (none).

Note The line state must be OOS_MT before you can configure the loopback type.


C.2.1.7  Auto Laser Shutdown Tab

The Auto Laser Shutdown tab allows you to view and update the automatic laser shutdown parameters.

Table C-212 Field Descriptions for the Auto Laser Shutdown Tab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

Rec. Pulse Dur. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse duration, in seconds. The range is 2.0 to 100.0 seconds.

Rec. Pulse Int. (sec)

Allows you to set the received laser pulse interval, in seconds. The range is 60 to 300 seconds.

Status

Displays the current laser status. Values are Shutdown or Not Shutdown.

Request Restart

When selected, allows you to request a laser restart. This parameter is configurable only when the ALS mode is set to Manual Restart or Manual Restart for Test and when the laser status is Shutdown.


C.2.1.8  Optical Thresh Tab

The Optical Thresh tab allows you to view and provision optical threshold settings. The tab contains the following subtabs:

TCA 15 Min Subtab

TCA 1 Day Subtab

Alarm Thresh Subtab

C.2.1.8.1  TCA 15 Min Subtab

The TCA 15 Min subtab allows you to set thresholds for the 15-minute threshold crossing alert generation.

Table C-213 Field Descriptions for the TCA 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Laser Bias High (%)

Displays the upper laser bias threshold.

Rx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper receive power threshold.

Rx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower receive power threshold.

Tx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper transmit power threshold.

Tx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower transmit power threshold.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.8.2  TCA 1 Day Subtab

The TCA 1 Day subtab allows you to set thresholds for the 1-day threshold crossing alert generation.

Table C-214 Field Descriptions for the TCA 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Laser Bias High (%)

Displays the upper laser bias threshold.

Rx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper receive power threshold.

Rx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower receive power threshold.

Tx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper transmit power threshold.

Tx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower transmit power threshold.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.8.3  Alarm Thresh Subtab

The Alarm Thresh subtab allows you to select thresholds for alarm generation.

Table C-215 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Thresh Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Laser Bias High (%)

Displays the upper laser bias threshold.

Rx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper receive power threshold.

Rx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower receive power threshold.

Tx Power High (dBm)

Displays the upper transmit power threshold.

Tx Power Low (dBm)

Displays the lower transmit power threshold.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.1.9  Alarm Behavior Tab

The Alarm Behavior tab allows you to view and update 2.5G_DM alarm profile information.

Table C-216 Field Descriptions for the Alarm Behavior Tab 

Field
Description

Alarm Profile

Displays the alarm profile that has been configured for the card.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, indicates that all alarms are suppressed for the card.

Port Number

Displays the card port number.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for the port from the drop-down list. Values are Default, Inherited, or a customized alarm profile.

Suppress Alarms

When checked, all alarms are suppressed for the port.

Alarm Profile

Choose an alarm profile for all ports.

Force to All Ports

When clicked, forces all the ports to the selected alarm profile.


C.2.1.10  Protection Tab

The Protection tab allows you to view and update 2.5G_DM protection group information.

Table C-217 Field Descriptions for the Protection Tab 

Field
Description

Protection Groups

Displays a list of available protection groups.

Protection Group Details

Displays details about the selected protection groups and allows you to execute switch commands.


C.2.1.11  Info Tab

The Info tab allows you to view nominal operating values set during manufacturing for the 2.5G_DM card.

Table C-218 Field Descriptions for the Info Tab 

Field
Description

Attribute

Displays the nominal card specification.

Value

Displays the value of the attribute.

Units

Displays the unit of measure (when applicable) of the object that is inventoried.



Note See Table 1-22 on page 1-51 for descriptions of actions that you can perform using the buttons at the bottom of the window.


C.2.2  Slot Properties—2.5G_DMP

The slot properties pane displays information about the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH slot that is selected in the NE Explorer tree. Use this properties pane to change the card properties.

The 2.5G-DMP card is capable of translating client input GE, ESCON, FICON, 1G and 2G Fiber Channel, and IBM GDPS optical signal into an optical signal with an optical frequency on the 100 GHz spacing frequency grid according to ITU-T G.692. The datamux cards are GR-253 and G.957 compliant. This card supports eight client interfaces utilizing SFP technology and protection on the trunk side. 32 ITU wavelengths are supported. Each card supports tunability over four wavelengths. This card is supported in both the ONS 15454 SONET and ONS 15454 SDH platforms.

The card faceplate is shown in the following figure.

Figure C-9 Cisco ONS 15454 2.5G-DMP Module

For the 2.5G_DMP module, the slot properties pane displays the following tabs: Module View, Identification, Card, PPM, Line, Loopback, Auto Laser Shutdown, Optical Thresh, Alarm Behavior, Protection, and Info.


Note Tabs shown depend on whether the NE is a SONET or an SDH node.


C.2.2.1  Module View Tab

The Module View tab displays a graphic of the 2.5G_DMP that is installed in the slot. The number of critical, major, minor, and warning alarms for the module is displayed under Alarm Status. (Alarms are also displayed when you move the mouse pointer over the graphic.) The Suppress Alarms check box is display-only and indicates whether all alarms are suppressed for the card and its port(s). Right-clicking the graphic opens a shortcut menu that you can use to reset or delete the card.

C.2.2.2  Identification Tab

The Identification tab allows you to view and update 2.5G_DMP identification information.

Table C-219 Field Descriptions for the Identification Tab 

Field
Description

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type the slot is provisioned for.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot.

HW Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware version number of the card.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

Product ID

Displays a product ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the card.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card. Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this card and its port(s).

Suppress Alarms

When checked, all alarms are suppressed for the port.


C.2.2.3  Card Tab

The Card tab allows you to view and update card information.

Table C-220 Field Descriptions for the Card Tab 

Field
Description

Card Mode

Allows you to select a card mode. Select from:

FC_GE—Allows you to select a multicard Ether Switch group, a single-card Ether Switch group, or the Port Mapped mode for E-series cards.

Mixed—Supports 1G FC or GE traffic on port 1, and ESCON traffic on ports 5 through 8.

ESCON—Supports 8 ports of ESCON traffic.


C.2.2.4  PPM Tab

The PPM tab allows you to view and provision the PPM and the ports inside the PPM.

Table C-221 Field Descriptions for the PPM Tab 

Field
Description
Pluggable Port Modules (PPM)

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Equipment Type

Displays the equipment type that the slot is provisioned for.

Hardware Part Number

Displays the part number that is printed on the top of the card.

Hardware Revision

Displays the hardware revision number.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number that is unique to each card.

CLEI Code

Displays the CLEI code.

Actual Equipment Type

Displays the actual card that is installed in the slot. Values are single mode or multimode.

Firmware Version

Displays the revision number of the software used by the ASIC chip installed on the card.

User Code

Allows you to enter an ASCII string to identify the card. The user code is stored in nonvolatile memory so that it is not lost when the unit is moved or stored as a spare.

Product ID

Displays a plugin module ID string of 63 characters maximum. If the card does not support the product ID, the field shows N/A.

Version ID

Displays a version ID string in the format "V99_." The version ID always begins with a V and ends with a space. If the card does not support the version ID, the field shows N/A.

Administration State

Displays the port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

Equipment State

Displays the equipment state of the plugin module.

Alarm Profile

Sets the alarm profile for the card.

Suppress Alarms

Check the Suppress Alarms check box to suppress all alarms for this plugin module and its port(s).

PPM

Pluggable Number

Displays the identifier of the plugin module.

Equipment Type

Displays the plugin type that the port is provisioned for.


C.2.2.4.1  Provision Pluggable Dialog Box

Click the Create button to launch the Provision Pluggable dialog box. This dialog box allows you to provision the PPM and to create the ports inside this entity. See Provision Pluggable Dialog Box for more information.

C.2.2.5  Line Tab

The Line tab allows you to configure line information. If the card is installed in an ONS 15454 SONET NE, the tab contains the following subtabs:

Section Trace Subtab

SONET Subtab

Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab

Client Subtab

RMON Thresholds Subtab

Distance Extension Subtab

Enhanced FC/FICON ISL Subtab


Note If the card is installed in an ONS 15454 SDH NE, see the SDH Line section. The following information is the same if the payload is SDH in an ONS 15454 SONET NE.


C.2.2.5.1  Section Trace Subtab

The Section Trace subtab allows you to change the section trace settings for the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-222 Field Descriptions for the Section Trace Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Trace Mode

The trace mode (Off/None or Manual).

Disable AIS/RDI on TIM-S

Allows you to disable the Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) and the Remote Defect Indication (RDI) when the path Trace Identifier Mismatch Section (TIM-S) alarm is detected.

Transmit Length

Select a transmit length for the trace.

Current Transmit String

Displays the current transmit string. The trail trace identifier is 64 bytes in length.

Current Expected String

Displays the current expected string; sets a new expected string.

Current Received String

Displays the current received string.


C.2.2.5.2  SONET Subtab

The SONET subtab allows you to view and change the SONET line settings for the 2.5G-DMP module.

Table C-223 Field Descriptions for the SONET Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the port number.

Port Name

Allows you to add a name for the optical port.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

SF BER

Sets the signal fail bit error rate.

SD BER

Sets the signal degrade bit error rate.

AINS Soak

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).


C.2.2.5.3  Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Section Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the 15-minute near-end section thresholds of the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-224 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays Coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays Errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays Severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays Severely errored framing seconds-section.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.2.5.4  Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Section Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the 1-day near-end section thresholds of the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-225 Field Descriptions for the Section Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port Number

Displays the port number.

CV-S

Displays coding violations-section.

ES-S

Displays errored seconds-section.

SES-S

Displays severely errored seconds-section.

SEFS-S

Displays severely errored framing seconds-section.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.2.5.5  Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab

The Line Thresh 15 Min subtab allows you to view and change the 15-minute near- and far-end line thresholds of the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-226 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 15 Min Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.

Far End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.2.5.6  Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab

The Line Thresh 1 Day subtab allows you to view and change the 1-day near- and far-end line thresholds of the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-227 Field Descriptions for the Line Thresh 1 Day Subtab 

Field
Description
Near End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.

Far End

Port No.

The port number.

ES-L

Errored seconds-line.

SES-L

Severely errored seconds-line.

CV-L

Coding violations-line.

UAS-L

Unavailable seconds-line.

FC-L

Failure count-line.

Reset to Defaults button

Resets the value of the port parameters to the default value.


C.2.2.5.7  Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab

The Wavelength Trunk Settings subtab allows you to change the wavelength and band settings for the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-228 Field Descriptions for the Wavelength Trunk Settings Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

Port Name

Allows you to enter an optical port name.

Wavelength

Allows you to provision the wavelength frequency. The Wavelength column lists the correct wavelengths, depending on the type of card, and the band selected. Refer to the Other Information field in the Equipment Inventory table for details of wavelengths supported. See 11.3.1  Viewing an Equipment Inventory Table, page 11-12.

Band

The Band column reduces the number of selectable wavelengths (82/80 lambdas only). For this single-band card, the band value is fixed to C, and this value cannot be altered.


C.2.2.5.8  Client Subtab

The Client subtab allows you to provision PPM parameters for the 2.5G_DMP card.

Table C-229 Field Descriptions for the Client Subtab 

Field
Description

Port Number

Displays the optical port number.

Port Name

Allows you to enter a port name.

Administration State

The port administration state. It can be:

IS—In Service

IS, AINS—Automatic In Service

OOS, DSBLD—Out of Service, Disabled

OOS, MT—Out of Service, Maintenance

Service State

An autonomously generated state that gives the overall condition of the entity. Service states appear in the format Administrative_State-Operational_State, Status_Attribute.

ALS Mode

Displays the auto laser shutdown mode (Disabled, Auto Restart, Manual Restart, or Manual Restart for Test).

AINS Soak (H:M)

Automatic in-service soak. The determination of duration left before the traffic/termination transitions to IS state.

Reach

Allows you to provision the reach value. You can choose Auto Provision, which allows the system to automatically provision the reach from the PPM reach value on the hardware. Choose one of the following reach distances:

Note The reach distance options that appear in the drop-down list depend on the card selected.

SR (short reach, up to 2 km distance)

SR 1 (up to 2 km distance)

IR 1 (intermediate reach, up to 15 km distance)

IR 2 (up to 40 km distance)

LR 1 (long reach, up to 40 km distance)

LR 2 (up to 80 km distance)

LR 3 (up to 80 km distance)