Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Procedure Guide, Release 5.0
Chapter 19, DLPs D200 to D299
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DLPs D200 to D299

Table Of Contents

DLPs D200 to D299

DLP-D201 Apply a Lock On

DLP-D202 Apply a Lock Out

DLP-D203 Clear a Lock On or Lock Out

DLP-D204 Scope and Clean Fiber Connectors and Adapters with Alcohol and Dry Wipes

DLP-D205 Clean Fiber Connectors with CLETOP

DLP-D206 Clean the Fiber Adapters

DLP-D208 Change External Alarms Using the AIC-I Card

DLP-D209 Change External Controls Using the AIC-I Card

DLP-D210 Change AIC-I Card Orderwire Settings

DLP-D212 Create a User Data Channel Circuit

DLP-D214 Change the Service State for a Port

DLP-D217 MS-SPRing Exercise Ring Test

DLP-D218 Provision SNCP Ring Selectors During Circuit Creation

DLP-D219 Provision a Low-Order Tunnel Route

DLP-D220 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports

DLP-D221 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports for VLAN Membership

DLP-D222 Provision G-Series Ethernet Ports

DLP-D223 Download an Alarm Severity Profile

DLP-D225 Enable Alarm Filtering

DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering

DLP-D229 View Circuits on a Span

DLP-D230 Change a Circuit State

DLP-D231 Edit a Circuit Name

DLP-D232 Change Active and Standby Span Color

DLP-D233 Edit SNCP Circuit Path Selectors

DLP-D241 Clear an MS-SPRing Manual Ring Switch

DLP-D242 Create an MS-SPRing on a Single Node

DLP-D244 Use the Reinitialization Tool to Clear the Database and Upload Software (Windows)

DLP-D245 Use the Reinitialization Tool to Clear the Database and Upload Software (UNIX)

DLP-D246 Provision E-Series Ethernet Card Mode

DLP-D247 Change an STM-N Card

DLP-D249 Provision IP Settings

DLP-D250 Set Up or Change Open Shortest Path First Protocol

DLP-D251 Set Up or Change Routing Information Protocol

DLP-D254 TCC2/TCC2P Card Active/Standby Switch Test

DLP-D255 Cross-Connect Card Side Switch Test

DLP-D256 View Ethernet Statistics PM Parameters

DLP-D257 View Ethernet Utilization PM Parameters

DLP-D258 View Ethernet History PM Parameters

DLP-D259 Refresh Ethernet PM Counts at a Different Time Interval

DLP-D260 Set Auto-Refresh Interval for Displayed PM Counts

DLP-D261 Refresh PM Counts for a Different Port

DLP-D262 Filter the Display of Circuits

DLP-D263 Edit SNCP Dual-Ring Interconnect Circuit Hold-Off Timer

DLP-D264 Provision a J1 Path Trace on Circuit Source and Destination Ports

DLP-D265 Change the Login Legal Disclaimer

DLP-D266 Change IP Settings

DLP-D268 Apply a Custom Network View Background Map

DLP-D269 Enable Dialog Box Do-Not-Display Option

DLP-D271 Change Node Security Policy on a Single Node

DLP-D272 Change Node Security Policy on Multiple Nodes

DLP-D273 Modify SNMP Trap Destination

DLP-D293 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a Two-Fiber MS-SPRing

DLP-D294 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a Four-Fiber MS-SPRing

DLP-D295 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on an SNCP

DLP-D296 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a 1+1 Protection Group

DLP-D297 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on an Unprotected Span

DLP-D298 Check the Network for Alarms and Conditions

DLP-D299 Initiate an MS-SPRing Span Lockout


DLPs D200 to D299


DLP-D201 Apply a Lock On

Purpose

This task prevents traffic from being switched from one card to another.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Maintenance or higher



Note To apply a Lock On to a protect card in a 1:1 or 1:N protection group, the protect card must be active. If the protect card is in standby, the Lock On button is disabled. To make the protect card active, you must switch traffic from the working card to the protect card (Step 4). When the protect card is active, you can apply the Lock On.



Step 1 Use the following rules to determine if you can apply a Lock On:

For a 1:1 electrical protection group, the working or protect cards can be placed in the Lock On state.

For a 1:N electrical protection group, the working or protect cards can be placed in the Lock On state.

For a 1+1 optical protection group, only the working port can be placed in the Lock On state.

Step 2 In node view, click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

Step 3 In the Protection Groups list, click the protection group where you want to apply the Lock On state.

Step 4 If you determine that the protect card is in standby mode and you want to apply the Lock On state to the protect card, make the protect card active:

a. In the Selected Group list, click the protect card.

b. In the Switch Commands area, click Force.

Step 5 In the Selected Group list, click the active card where you want to lock traffic.

Step 6 In the Inhibit Switching area, click Lock On.

Step 7 Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

The Lock On state has been applied and traffic cannot be switched to the working card. To clear the Lock On state, see the "DLP-D203 Clear a Lock On or Lock Out" task.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D202 Apply a Lock Out

Purpose

This task switches traffic from one card to another using a Lock Out state, which is a switching mechanism that overrides other external switching commands (Force, Manual, and Exercise).

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47.

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Maintenance or higher



Note Multiple lockouts in the same protection group are not allowed.



Step 1 Use the following rules to determine if you can put the intended card in a Lock Out state:

For a 1:1 electrical protection group, you can apply a Lock Out state to the working or protect cards.

For a 1:N electrical protection group, you can apply a Lock Out state to the working or protect cards.

For a 1+1 optical protection group, you can apply a Lock Out state to the protect port.

Step 2 In node view, click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

Step 3 In the Protection Groups list, click the protection group that contains the card where you want to apply the Lock Out state.

Step 4 In the Selected Group list, click the card that you want to lock traffic out of.

Step 5 In the Inhibit Switching area, click Lock Out.

Step 6 Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

The Lock Out state has been applied and traffic is switched to the opposite card. To clear the Lock Out state, see the "DLP-D203 Clear a Lock On or Lock Out" task.


Note Provisioning a Lock Out state raises a LOCKOUT-REQ or an FE-LOCKOUT-PR condition in Cisco Transport Controller (CTC). Clearing the Lock Out state switch request clears these conditions.


Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D203 Clear a Lock On or Lock Out

Purpose

This task removes a Lock On or Lock Out state.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

D201 Apply a Lock On or

D202 Apply a Lock Out

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Maintenance or higher



Step 1 In node view, click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

Step 2 In the Protection Groups list, click the protection group that contains the card you want to clear.

Step 3 In the Selected Group list, click the card you want to clear.

Step 4 In the Inhibit Switching area, click Unlock.

Step 5 Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

The Lock On or Lock Out state is cleared.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D204 Scope and Clean Fiber Connectors and Adapters with Alcohol and Dry Wipes

Purpose

This task cleans the fiber connectors and adapters with alcohol and dry wipes.

Tools/Equipment

Compressed air/duster

Isopropyl alcohol 70 percent or higher

Optical swab

Optical receiver cleaning stick

Prerequisite Procedures

None

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

None



Warning Invisible laser radiation may be emitted from disconnected fibers or connectors. Do not stare into beams or view directly with optical instruments. Statement 1051



Step 1 Remove the dust cap from the fiber connector.

Step 2 Wipe the connector tip with the premoistened alcohol wipe.

Step 3 Blow-dry using filtered air.

Step 4 Use an inspection microscope to inspect each fiber connector for dirt, cracks, or scratches. If the connector is not clean, repeat Steps 1 to 3.

Step 5 Insert the fiber connector into the applicable adapter or attach a dust cap to the fiber connector.


Note If you must replace a dust cap on a connector, first verify that the dust cap is clean. To clean the dust cap, wipe the outside of the cap using a dry, lint-free wipe and the inside of the dust cap using a CLETOP stick swab (14100400).


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D205 Clean Fiber Connectors with CLETOP

Purpose

This task cleans the fiber connectors with CLETOP.

Tools/Equipment

"Type A" Fiber Optic Connector Cleaner (CLETOP reel)

Optical receiver cleaning stick

Prerequisite Procedures

None

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

None



Step 1 Remove the dust cap from the fiber connector.

Step 2 Press the lever down to open the shutter door. Each time you press the lever, you expose a clean wiping surface.

Step 3 Insert the connector into the CLETOP cleaning cassette slot, rotate one quarter turn, and gently swipe downwards.

Step 4 Use an inspection microscope to inspect each fiber connector for dirt, cracks, or scratches. If the connector is not clean, repeat Steps 1 to 3.

Step 5 Insert the fiber connector into the applicable adapter or attach a dust cap to the fiber connector.


Note If you must replace a dust cap on a connector, first verify that the dust cap is clean. To clean the dust cap, wipe the outside of the cap using a dry, lint-free wipe and the inside of the dust cap using a CLETOP stick swab (14100400).


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D206 Clean the Fiber Adapters

Purpose

This task cleans the fiber adapters.

Tools/Equipment

CLETOP stick swab

Prerequisite Procedures

None

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

None



Step 1 Remove the dust plug from the fiber adapter.

Step 2 Insert a CLETOP stick swab (14100400) into the adapter opening and rotate the swab.

Step 3 Place dust plugs on the fiber adapters when not in use.

Step 4 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D208 Change External Alarms Using the AIC-I Card

Purpose

This task changes the external alarm settings on the Alarm Interface Controller-International (AIC-I) card.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 Confirm that external-device relays are wired to the ENVIR ALARMS IN pins on the MIC-A/P Front Mount Electrical Connection (FMEC). See the "DLP-D324 Install Alarm Cables on the MIC-A/P" task on page 20-15 for more information.

Step 2 In node view, double-click the AIC-I card to display it in card view.

Step 3 Click the Provisioning > External Alarms tab.

Step 4 Modify any of the following fields for each external device wired to the ONS 15454 SDH MIC-A/P card. For definitions of these fields, see the "NTP-D247 Provision External Alarms and Controls on the Alarm Interface Controller-International" procedure on page 7-8.

Enabled

Alarm Type

Severity

Virtual Wire

Raised When

Description

Step 5 To provision additional devices, complete Step 4 for each additional device.

Step 6 Click Apply.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D209 Change External Controls Using the AIC-I Card

Purpose

This task changes the external control settings on the AIC-I card.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 Verify the external control relays to the MIC-A/P card connector. See the "DLP-D324 Install Alarm Cables on the MIC-A/P" task on page 20-15 for more information.

Step 2 In node view, double-click the AIC-I card to display it in card view.

Step 3 On the External Controls subtab, modify any of the following fields for each external control wired to the ONS 15454 SDH MIC-A/P card. For definitions of these fields, see the "NTP-D247 Provision External Alarms and Controls on the Alarm Interface Controller-International" procedure on page 7-8.

Enabled

Trigger Type

Control Type

Description

Step 4 To provision additional controls, complete Step 3 for each additional device.

Step 5 Click Apply.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D210 Change AIC-I Card Orderwire Settings

Purpose

This task changes the orderwire settings on the AIC-I card.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Caution When provisioning orderwire for ONS 15454 SDHs residing in a ring, do not provision a complete orderwire loop. For example, a four-node ring typically has east and west ports provisioned at all four nodes. However, to prevent orderwire loops, provision two orderwire ports (east and west) at all but one of the ring nodes.


Tip Before you begin, make a list of the ONS 15454 SDH slots and ports that require orderwire communication.



Step 1 In node view, double-click the AIC-I card to display it in card view.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Local Orderwire tabs or the Provisioning > Express Orderwire tabs, depending on the orderwire path that you want to create.

Step 3 If needed, adjust the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) decibels referred to one milliwatt (dBm) by moving the slider to the right or left for the headset type (four-wire or two-wire) that you will use. In general, you should not need to adjust the dBm.

Step 4 If you want to turn on the audible alert (buzzer) for the orderwire, check the Buzzer On check box.

Step 5 Click Apply.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D212 Create a User Data Channel Circuit

Purpose

This task creates a user data channel (UDC) circuit on the ONS 15454 SDH. A UDC circuit allows you to create a dedicated data channel between nodes.

Tools/Equipment

STM cards must be installed.

Prerequisite Procedures

NTP-D24 Verify Card Installation, page 4-2

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In network view, click the Provisioning > Overhead Circuits tabs.

Step 2 Click Create.

Step 3 In the Overhead Circuit Creation dialog box, complete the following fields in the Circuit Attributes area:

Name—Assign a name to the circuit. The name can be alphanumeric and up to 48 characters (including spaces).

Type—Choose either User Data-F1 or User Data D4-D12 from the drop-down list.

Step 4 Click Next.

Step 5 In the Circuit Source area, complete the following:

Node—Choose the source node.

Slot—Choose the source slot.

Port—If displayed, choose the source port.

Step 6 Click Next.

Step 7 In the Circuit Destination area, complete the following:

Node—Choose the destination node.

Slot—Choose the destination slot.

Port—If displayed, choose the destination port.

Step 8 Click Finish.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D214 Change the Service State for a Port

Purpose

This task puts a port in service or removes a port from service.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Note To provision E-Series or G-Series Ethernet ports, see the "DLP-D220 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports" task or the "DLP-D222 Provision G-Series Ethernet Ports" task.



Step 1 In node view on the shelf graphic, double-click the card with the ports you want to put in or out of service. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Line tabs for all cards except the G-Series card. For the G-Series card, click the Provisioning > Port tabs.

Step 3 In the Admin State column for the target port, choose one of the following from the drop-down list:

Unlocked—Puts the port in the Unlocked-enabled service state.

Locked,disabled—Puts the port in the Locked-enabled,disabled service state. In this service state, traffic is not passed on the port until the service state is changed to Unlocked-enabled; Locked-enabled,maintenance; or Unlocked-disabled,automaticInService.

Locked,maintenance—Puts the port in the Locked-enabled,maintenance service state. This service state does not interrupt traffic flow and loopbacks are allowed, but alarm reporting is suppressed. Raised fault conditions, whether or not their alarms are reported, can be retrieved on the CTC Conditions tab or by using the TL1 RTRV-COND command. Use the Locked-enabled,maintenance service state for testing or to suppress alarms temporarily. A port must be in this service state before you can apply a loopback. Change to the Unlocked-enabled or Unlocked-disabled,automaticInService when testing is complete.

Unlocked,automaticInService—Puts the port in the Unlocked-disabled,automaticInService service state. In this service state, alarm reporting is suppressed, but traffic is carried and loopbacks are allowed. After the soak period passes, the port changes to Unlocked-enabled. Raised fault conditions, whether their alarms are reported or not, can be retrieved on the CTC Conditions tab or by using the TL1 RTRV-COND command.

For more information about service states, refer to the "Administrative and Service States" appendix of the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Reference Manual.

Step 4 If the port is in loopback (Locked-enabled,loopback & maintenance) and you set the Admin State to Unlocked-enabled, a confirmation window appears indicating that the loopback will be released and that the action could be service affecting. To continue, click Yes.

Step 5 If you set Admin State to Unlocked,automaticInService, set the soak period time in the AINS Soak field. This is the amount of time that the port will stay in Unlocked-disabled,automaticInService service state after the signal is continuously received before changing to Unlocked-enabled.

Step 6 Click Apply.

Step 7 As needed, repeat this task for each port.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D217 MS-SPRing Exercise Ring Test

Purpose

This task tests the multiplex section-shared protection ring (MS-SPRing) functionality without switching traffic. Ring exercise conditions (including the K-byte pass-through) are reported and cleared within 10 to 15 seconds.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > MS-SPRing tabs.

Step 3 Click the row of the MS-SPRing you will exercise, then click Edit.

Step 4 Exercise the west port:

a. Right-click the west port of any MS-SPRing node and choose Set West Protection Operation. Figure 19-1 shows an example. (To move a graphic icon, press Ctrl while you drag and drop it to a new location.)


Note For two fiber MS-SPRings, the squares on the node icons represent the MS-SPRing working and protect channels. You can right-click either channel. For four-fiber MS-SPRings, the squares represent ports. Right-click either working or protect ports.


Figure 19-1 Protection Operation on a Three-Node MS-SPRing

b. In the Set West Protection Operation dialog box, choose EXERCISE RING from the drop-down list.

c. Click OK.

d. In the Confirm MS-SPRing Operation dialog box, click Yes.

On the network view graphic, an E appears on the MS-SPRing channel where you invoked the exercise. The E will appear for 10 to 15 seconds, then disappear.

Step 5 Exercise the east port:

a. Right-click the east port of any MS-SPRing node and choose Set East Protection Operation.


Note For two fiber MS-SPRings, the squares on the node icons represent the MS-SPRing working and protect channels. You can right-click either channel. For four-fiber MS-SPRings, the squares represent ports. Right-click either working or protect ports.


b. In the Set East Protection Operation dialog box, choose EXERCISE RING from the drop-down list.

c. Click OK.

d. In the Confirm MS-SPRing Operation dialog box, click Yes.

On the network view graphic, an E appears on the MS-SPRing channel where you invoked the exercise. The E will appear for 10 to 15 seconds, then disappear.

Step 6 In the CTC window, click the History tab. Verify that an EXERCISE-RING (Exercising Ring Successfully) condition appears for the node where you exercised the ring. Other conditions that appear include EXERCISE-RING-REQ, KB-PASSTHR, and FE-EXERCISING-RING.

If you do not see any MS-SPRing exercise conditions, click the Filter button and verify that filtering is not turned on. Also, check that alarms and conditions are not suppressed for a node or MS-SPRing drop cards. See the "NTP-D72 Suppress Alarms or Discontinue Alarm Suppression" procedure on page 7-8 for more information.

Step 7 Click the Alarms tab.

a. Verify that the alarm filter is not on. See the "DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering" task as necessary.

b. Verify that no unexplained alarms appear on the network. If unexplained alarms appear, resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide if necessary.

Step 8 From the File menu, choose Close to close the MS-SPRing window.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D218 Provision SNCP Ring Selectors During Circuit Creation

Purpose

This task provisions subnetwork connection protection (SNCP) ring selectors during circuit creation. Use this task only if the circuit will be routed on an SNCP ring.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

You must have the Circuit Creation wizard open.

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Note Provisioning SD-P or SF-P thresholds on the Circuit Attributes page of the Circuit Creation wizard sets the values only for SNCP-protected spans. The circuit source and destination use the node default values of 10E-4 for SD-P and 10E-6 for SF-P for unprotected circuits and for the source and drop of SNCP circuits.



Step 1 In the SNCP area of the Circuit Attributes page, set the SNCP path selectors:

Provision working go & return on primary path—Check this box to route the working path on one fiber pair and the protect path on a separate fiber pair. This feature only applies to bidirectional SNCP circuits.

Revertive—Check this box if you want traffic to revert to the working path when the conditions that diverted it to the protect path are repaired. If you do not choose Revertive, traffic remains on the protect path after the switch.

Reversion time—If Revertive is checked, click the Reversion time field and choose a reversion time from the drop-down list. The range is 0.5 to 12.0 minutes. The default is 5.0 minutes. This is the amount of time that will elapse before the traffic reverts to the working path. Traffic can revert when conditions causing the switch are cleared.

SF threshold—For high-order circuits, set the SNCP path-level signal failure (SF) bit error rate (BER) thresholds. Unavailable for low-order circuits.

SD threshold—For high-order circuits, set the SNCP path-level signal degrade (SD) BER thresholds. Unavailable for low-order circuits.

Switch on PDI-P—For high-order circuits, check this box if you want traffic to switch when an high-order payload defect indicator (PDI) is received. Unavailable for low-order circuits.

Step 2 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D219 Provision a Low-Order Tunnel Route

Purpose

This task provisions the route for a manually routed low-order tunnel.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

The Route Review and Edit area of the Circuit Creation wizard must be open.

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In the Circuit Creation wizard in the Route Review and Edit area, click the source node icon if it is not already selected. Arrows indicate the available spans for routing the tunnel from the source node.

Step 2 Click the arrow of the span you want the low-order tunnel to travel. The arrow turns white. In the Selected Span area, the From and To fields show the slot and port that will carry the tunnel. The source VC4 appears.

Step 3 If you want to change the source VC4, change it in the Source VC4 field; otherwise, continue with Step 4.

Step 4 Click Add Span. The span is added to the Included Spans list and the span arrow turns blue.

Step 5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until the tunnel is provisioned from the source to the destination node through all intermediary nodes.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D220 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports

Purpose

This task enables Ethernet ports for the E-Series cards.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In the node view, double-click the Ethernet card that you want to provision.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Port tabs.

Step 3 For each Ethernet port, provision the following parameters:

Port Name—If you want to label the port, type a port name.

Mode—Choose the appropriate mode for the Ethernet port:

Valid choices for the E100T-G card are Auto, 10 Half, 10 Full, 100 Half, or 100 Full.

Valid choices for the E1000-2-G card are 1000 Full or Auto.


Note Both 1000 Full and Auto mode set the E1000-2-G port to the 1000 Mbps and Full duplex operating mode; however, flow control is disabled when 1000 Full is selected. Choosing Auto mode enables the E1000-2-G card to autonegotiate flow control. Flow control is a mechanism that prevents network congestion by ensuring that transmitting devices do not overwhelm receiving devices with data. The E1000-2-G port handshakes with the connected network device to determine if that device supports flow control.


Enabled—Check this check box to activate the corresponding Ethernet port.

Priority—Choose a queuing priority for the port. Options range from 0 (Low) to 7 (High). Priority queuing (IEEE 802.1Q) reduces the impact of network congestion by mapping Ethernet traffic to different priority levels. Refer to the priority queuing information in the Ethernet Card Software Feature and Configuration Guide for the Cisco ONS 15454, Cisco ONS 15454 SDH, and Cisco ONS 15327. This parameter does not apply to an E-Series card in port-mapped mode.

Stp Enabled—Click this check box to enable Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) on the port. This parameter does not apply to an E-Series card in port-mapped mode. Refer to the spanning tree information in the Ethernet Card Software Feature and Configuration Guide for the Cisco ONS 15454, Cisco ONS 15454 SDH, and Cisco ONS 15327.

Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 Repeat Steps 1 through 4 for all other cards in the VLAN or in port-mapped mode.

Step 6 Repeat Steps 1 through 4 for the other card in the point-to-point circuit.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D221 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports for VLAN Membership

Purpose

This task provisions E-Series Ethernet ports for VLAN membership. It does not apply to E-Series cards in port-mapped mode.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

D221 Provision E-Series Ethernet Ports for VLAN Membership

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In the node view, double-click the E-Series card graphic to open the card.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > VLAN tabs.

Step 3 To put a port in a VLAN:

a. Click the port and choose either Tagged or Untag. Table 19-1 shows valid port settings.

b. If a port is a member of only one VLAN, choose Untag from the Port column in the VLAN's row. Choose -- for all the other VLAN rows in that Port column.


Note The VLAN with Untag selected can connect to the port, but other VLANs cannot access that port.


c. Choose Tagged at all VLAN rows that need to be trunked. Choose Untag at VLAN rows that do not need to be trunked, for example, the default VLAN.


Note Each Ethernet port must be attached to at least one untagged VLAN. A trunk port connects multiple VLANs to an external device, such as a switch, which also supports trunking. A trunk port must have tagging (IEEE 802.1Q) enabled for all the VLANs that connect to that external device.


Step 4 After each port is in the appropriate VLAN, click Apply. Table 19-1 lists the VLAN settings.

Table 19-1 VLAN Settings 

Setting
Description

--

A port marked with this symbol does not belong to the VLAN.

Untag

The ONS 15454 SDH tags ingress frames and strips tags from egress frames.

Tagged

The ONS 15454 SDH processes ingress frames according to the VLAN ID; egress frames do not have their tags removed.



Note If Tagged is chosen, the attached external Ethernet devices must recognize IEEE 802.1Q VLANs.



Note Both ports on an E1000-2-G card cannot be members of the same VLAN.


Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D222 Provision G-Series Ethernet Ports

Purpose

This task provisions G-Series Ethernet ports.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In the node view, double-click the G-Series card graphic to open the card.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Port tabs.

Step 3 For each G-Series port, provision the following parameters:

Port Name—If you want to label the port, type the port name.

Admin State—Complete the "DLP-D214 Change the Service State for a Port" task.

Auto Negotiation—Click this check box to enable autonegotiation on the port (default). If you do not want to enable autonegotiation control, uncheck the box.

Flow Control—Click this check box to enable flow control on the port (default). If you do not want to enable flow control, uncheck the box. To set custom flow control watermarks, see the "DLP-D353 Provision G-Series Flow Control Watermarks" task on page 20-60.

Max Size—To permit the acceptance of jumbo size Ethernet frames, choose Jumbo (default). If you do not want to permit jumbo size Ethernet frames, choose 1548.


Note The maximum frame size of 1548 bytes enables the port to accept valid Ethernet frames that use protocols, such as Inter-Switch Link (ISL) protocol. ISL adds 30 bytes of overhead and might cause the frame size to exceed the traditional 1518 byte maximum.


Payload Type—Click in the Payload Type field and select a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) size to set the G-Series card's LEX encapsulation:

LEX-FCS-16 is 16-bit (2 byte) CRC.

LEX-FCS-32 is 32-bit (4 byte) CRC.


Note An Encapsulation Mismatch Path alarm appears when a point-to-point circuit is created between two Ethernet card ports with incompatible Encapsulation payload types.


Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 Refresh the Ethernet statistics:

a. Click the Performance > Statistics tabs.

b. Click the Refresh button.


Note Reprovisioning an Ethernet port on the G-Series card does not reset the Ethernet statistics for that port.


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D223 Download an Alarm Severity Profile

Purpose

This task downloads a custom alarm severity profile from a network-drive accessible CD-ROM, floppy disk, or hard disk location.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 To access the alarm profile editor from network view, click the Provisioning > Alarm Profiles tabs.

Step 2 To access the profile editor from node view, click the Provisioning > Alarm Profiles > Alarm Profile Editor tabs.

Step 3 To access the profile editor from a card view, click the following tabs:

If the card is an E-Series Ethernet, G-Series Ethernet, STM-N, or electrical (DS3i-N-12, E1, E1-42, or E3) card, click the Provisioning > Alarm Profiles > Alarm Profile Editor tabs.

If the card is an ML-Series Ethernet (traffic) card, click the Provisioning > Ether Alarming > Alarm Profile Editor tabs if you want to apply the profile to the front physical ports, or the Provisioning > POS Alarming > Alarm Profile Editor tabs if you want to apply the profile to the packet over SDH (POS) ports. For more information about ML-Series card ports and service, see the Ethernet Card Software Feature and Configuration Guide for the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH, Cisco ONS 15454, and Cisco ONS 15327.

If the card is an FC_MR-4 card, click the Provisioning > Alarm Profiles > Alarm Profile Editor tabs.

Step 4 Click Load.

Step 5 If you want to download a profile that exists on the node, click From Node in the Load Profile(s) dialog box.

a. Click the node name you are logged into in the Node Names list.

b. Click the name of the profile in the Profile Names list, such as Default.

Step 6 If you want to download a profile that is stored locally or on a network drive, click From File in the Load Profile(s) dialog box.

a. Click Browse.

b. Navigate to the file location in the Open dialog box.

c. Click Open.


Note The Default alarm profile list contains alarm and condition severities that correspond when applicable to default values established in Telcordia GR-253-CORE.



Note All default or user-defined severity settings that are Critical (CR) or Major (MJ) are demoted to Minor (MN) in Non-Service-Affecting (NSA) situations as defined in Telcordia GR-474.


Step 7 Click OK.

The downloaded profile appears at the right side of the Alarm Profiles window.

Step 8 Right-click anywhere in the downloaded profile column to view the profile editing shortcut menu.

Step 9 Click Store in the shortcut menu.

Step 10 In the Store Profile(s) dialog box, click To Node(s).

a. Choose the node(s) where you want to save the profile:

If you want to save the profile to only one node, click the node in the Node Names list.

If you want to save the profile to all nodes, click Select All.

If you do not want to save the profile to any nodes, click Select None.

If you want to update alarm profile information, click Synchronize.

b. Click OK.

Step 11 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D225 Enable Alarm Filtering

Purpose

This task enables alarm filtering for alarms, conditions, or event history in all network nodes.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 At node, network, or card view, click the Alarms tab.

Step 2 Click the Filter tool at the lower-right side of the bottom toolbar.

Alarm filtering is enabled if the tool is selected and disabled if the tool is raised (not selected).

Alarm filtering will be enabled in the card, node, and network views of the Alarms tab at the current node and for all other nodes in the network. If, for example, the Alarm Filter tool is enabled in the Alarms tab of the node view at one node, the Alarms tab in the network view and card view of that node will also show the tool enabled. All other nodes in the network will also have the tool enabled.

If you filter an alarm in card view, the alarm will still be displayed in node view. In this view, the card will display the color of the highest-level alarm. The alarm is also shown for the node in the network view.

Step 3 If you want alarm filtering enabled when you view conditions, repeat Steps 1 and 2 using the Conditions window.

Step 4 If you want alarm filtering enabled when you view alarm history, repeat Steps 1 and 2 using the History window.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering

Purpose

This task turns off specialized alarm filtering in all network nodes so that all severities are reported in CTC.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

D225 Enable Alarm Filtering

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 At node, network, or card view, click the Alarms tab.

Step 2 Click the Filter tool at the lower-right side of the bottom toolbar.

Alarm filtering is enabled if the tool is indented and disabled if the tool is raised (not selected).

Step 3 If you want alarm filtering disabled when you view conditions, click the Conditions tab and click the Filter tool.

Step 4 If you want alarm filtering disabled when you view alarm history, click the History tab and click the Filter tool.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D229 View Circuits on a Span

Purpose

This task allows you to view circuits on an ONS 15454 SDH span.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

Circuits must be created on the span. See Chapter 6, "Create Circuits and Low-Order Tunnels."

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 From the View menu at node view, choose Go to Network View. If you are already in network view, continue with Step 2.

Step 2 Right-click the green line containing the circuits that you want to view and choose one of the following:

Circuits—To view MS-SPRing, SNCP ring, 1+1, VCAT, or unprotected circuits on the span.

PCA Circuits—To view circuits routed on an MS-SPRing protected channel. (This option does not appear if the span you right-clicked is not an MS-SPRing span.)

In the Circuits on Span dialog box, you can view the following information about the circuits that traverse the span. The information that appears depends on the circuit type.

For low-order and high-order circuits provisioned on the span, the following information appears:

VC4—Displays VC4s used by the circuits.

VC3/TUG3—Displays VC3s and TUG3s used by the circuits.

TUG2—Displays TUG2s used by the circuits.

VC12—Displays VC12s used by the circuits.

SNCP—(SNCP span only) If checked, SNCP circuits are on the span.

Circuit—Displays the circuit name.

Switch State—(SNCP span only) Displays the switch state of the circuit, that is, whether any span switches are active. For SNCP spans, switch types include: CLEAR (no spans are switched), MANUAL (a manual switch is active), FORCE (a force switch is active), and LOCKOUT OF PROTECTION (a span lock out is active).


Note You can perform other procedures from the Circuits on Span dialog box. If the span is in an SNCP, you can switch the span traffic. See the "DLP-D197 Initiate an SNCP Force Switch" task on page 18-37 for instructions. If you want to edit a circuit on the span, double-click the circuit. See the "DLP-D231 Edit a Circuit Name" task or the "DLP-D233 Edit SNCP Circuit Path Selectors" task for instructions.


Step 3 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D230 Change a Circuit State

Purpose

This task changes the state of a circuit.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Circuits tab.

Step 3 Click the circuit with the state you want to change.


Note You cannot edit the circuit state if the circuit is routed to nodes with Software Release 3.3. These circuits are automatically in service (Unlocked).


Step 4 From the Tools menu, choose Circuits > Set Circuit State.

Step 5 In the Set Circuit State dialog box, choose the administrative state from the Target Circuit Admin State drop-down list:

Unlocked—Puts the circuit cross-connects in the Unlocked-enabled service state.

Locked,disabled—Puts the circuit cross-connects in the Locked-enabled,disabled service state. Traffic is not passed on the circuit.

Unlocked,automaticInService—Puts the circuit cross-connects in the Unlocked-disabled,automaticInService service state and suppresses alarms and conditions. When the connections receive a valid signal, the service state automatically changes to Unlocked-enabled.

Locked,maintenance—Puts the circuit cross-connects in the Locked-enabled,maintenance service state. The maintenance state does not interrupt traffic flow; it suppresses alarms and conditions and allows loopbacks to be performed on the circuit. Use Locked,maintenance for circuit testing or to suppress circuit alarms temporarily. Change the administrative state to Unlocked; Unlocked,automaticInService; or Locked,disabled when testing is complete.

Locked,outOfGroup—(VCAT circuits only; future use.) Puts the member cross-connects in the Locked-enabled,outOfGroup service state. This administrative state is used to place a member circuit out of the group and to stop sending traffic. Locked-enabled,outOfGroup only applies to the cross-connects on an end node where VCAT resides. The cross-connects on intermediate nodes are in the Locked-enabled,maintenance service state.

For additional information about circuit service states, refer to the "Circuits and Tunnels" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Reference Manual.

Step 6 If you want to apply the state to the circuit source and destination ports, check the Apply to Drop Ports check box.

Step 7 Click Apply.

Step 8 If the Apply to Ports Results dialog box appears, view the results and click OK.

CTC will not change the service state of the circuit source and destination port in certain circumstances. For example, if a port is in loopback (Locked-enabled,loopback & maintenance), CTC will not change the port to Unlocked-enabled. In another example, if the circuit size is smaller than the port, CTC will not change the port service state from Unlocked-enabled to Locked-enabled,disabled. If CTC cannot change the port service state, you must change the port service state manually. For more information, see the "DLP-D214 Change the Service State for a Port" task.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D231 Edit a Circuit Name

Purpose

This task edits a circuit name, including VCAT circuit member names.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 Click the Circuits tab (in node or network view).

Step 2 Click the circuit you want to rename, then click Edit.

Step 3 If you want to edit a VCAT circuit member name, complete the following steps in the Edit Circuit window to access the Edit Member window. If not, continue with the Step 4.

a. Click the Members tab.

b. Click the VCAT member that you want to edit, then click Edit Member. The Edit Member window appears.

Step 4 In the General tab of the Edit Circuit or Edit Member window, click the Name field and edit or rename the circuit. Names can contain up to 48 alphanumeric and/or special characters.


Note If you will create a monitor circuit on this circuit, do not make the name longer than 44 characters, because monitor circuits add "_MON" (four characters) to the circuit name.


Step 5 Click Apply.

Step 6 From File menu, choose Close.

Step 7 If you changed the name of a VCAT circuit member, repeat Step 6 for the Edit Circuit window.

Step 8 In the Circuits window, verify that the circuit was correctly renamed.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D232 Change Active and Standby Span Color

Purpose

This task changes the color of active (working) and standby (protect) circuit spans shown on the detailed circuit map of the Edit Circuits window. By default, working spans are green and protect spans are purple.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the Edit menu in node, network, or card view, choose Preferences.

Step 2 In the Preferences dialog box, click the Circuit tab.

Step 3 Complete one or more of the following steps, as required:

To change the color of the active (working) span, continue with Step 4.

To change the color of the standby (protect) span, continue with Step 5.

To return active and standby spans to their default colors, continue with Step 6.

Step 4 As needed, change the color of the active span:

a. In the Span Colors area, click the colored square that is near the word Active.

b. In the Pick a Color dialog box, click the color for the active span, or click Reset if you want the active span to display the last applied (saved) color.

c. Click OK to close the Pick a Color dialog box. If you want to change the standby span color, continue with Step 5. If not, click OK to save the change and close the Preferences dialog box, or click Apply to save the change and keep the Preferences dialog box open.

Step 5 As needed, change the color of the standby span:

a. In the Span Colors area, click the colored square that is near the word Standby.

b. In the Pick a Color dialog box, click the color for the standby span, or click Reset if you want the standby span to show the last applied (saved) color.

c. Click OK to save the change and close the Preferences dialog box, or click Apply to save the change and keep the Preferences dialog box open.

Step 6 As needed, return the active and standby spans to their default colors:

a. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

b. In the Preferences dialog box, click the Circuits tab.

c. Click Reset to Defaults.

d. Click OK to save the change and close the Preferences dialog box, or click Apply to save the change and keep the Preferences dialog box open.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D233 Edit SNCP Circuit Path Selectors

Purpose

This task changes the SNCP signal fail and signal degrade thresholds, the reversion and reversion time, and the PDI-P settings for one or more SNCP circuits.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

NTP-D44 Provision SNCP Nodes, page 5-21

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Circuits tab.

Step 3 In the Circuits tab, click the SNCP circuit(s) you want to edit. To change the settings for multiple circuits, press the Shift key (to choose adjoining circuits) or the Ctrl key (to choose nonadjoining circuits) and click each circuit you want to change.

Step 4 From the Tools menu, choose Circuits > Set Path Selector Attributes.

Step 5 In the Path Selectors Attributes dialog box, edit the following SNCP selectors, as needed:

Revertive—If checked, traffic reverts to the working path when conditions that diverted it to the protect path are repaired. If not checked, traffic does not revert.

Reversion time (min.)—If Revertive is checked, sets the amount of time that will elapse before traffic reverts to the working path. The range is 0.5 to 12 minutes in 0.5 minute increments.

(VC4 circuits only.) In the VC LO Circuits Only area, set the following thresholds:

SF threshold—Sets the SNCP signal failure BER threshold.

SD threshold—Sets the SNCP signal degrade BER threshold.

(VC4 circuits only.) In the VC4 Circuits Only area, set the following thresholds:

SF Ber Level—Sets the SNCP signal failure BER threshold.

SD Ber Level—Sets the SNCP signal degrade BER threshold.

Switch on PDI-P—When checked, traffic switches if an VC4 payload defect indication is received.

Step 6 Click OK and verify that the changed values are correct in the Circuits window.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D241 Clear an MS-SPRing Manual Ring Switch

Purpose

This task clears a Manual ring switch.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > MS-SPRing tabs.

Step 3 Choose the MS-SPRing that the Manual ring switch that you want to clear and click Edit.


Tip To move an icon to a new location, for example, to see MS-SPRing channel (port) information more clearly, click an icon on the Edit MS-SPRing network graphic and while pressing Ctrl, drag the icon to a new location.


Step 4 Right-click the MS-SPRing node channel (port) where the Manual ring switch was applied and choose Set West Protection Operation or Set East Protection Operation, as applicable.

Step 5 In the dialog box, choose CLEAR from the drop-down list. Click OK.

Step 6 Click Yes in the Confirm MS-SPRing Operation dialog box. The letter "M" is removed from the channel (port) and the span turns green.

Step 7 From the File menu, choose Close.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D242 Create an MS-SPRing on a Single Node

Purpose

This task creates an MS-SPRing on a single node. The task is used when you add a node to an existing MS-SPRing or when you delete and then recreate an MS-SPRing temporarily from one node.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > MS-SPRing tabs.

Step 2 In the Suggestion dialog box, click OK.

Step 3 In the Create MS-SPRing dialog box, enter the MS-SPRing information:

Ring Type—Enter the ring type (either 2 Fiber or 4 Fiber) of the MS-SPRing.

Ring ID—Enter the MS-SPRing ring ID.

Node ID—Enter the node ID. If the node is being added to an MS-SPRing, use an ID that is not used by other MS-SPRing nodes.

Ring Reversion—Enter the ring reversion time of the existing MS-SPRing.

West Line—Enter the slot on the node that will connect to the existing MS-SPRing via the node's west line (port).

East Line—Enter the slot on the node that will connect to the existing MS-SPRing via the node's east line (port).

If you are adding the node to a four-fiber MS-SPRing, complete the following for the second set of fibers:

Span Reversion—Enter the span reversion time of the existing MS-SPRing.

West Line—Enter the slot on the node that will connect to the existing MS-SPRing via the node's west line (port).

East Line—Enter the slot on the node that will connect to the existing MS-SPRing via the node's east line (port).

Step 4 Click OK.


Note The MS-SPRing is incomplete and alarms appear until the node is connected to other MS-SPRing nodes.


Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D244 Use the Reinitialization Tool to Clear the Database and Upload Software (Windows)

Purpose

This task reinitializes the ONS 15454 SDH using the CTC reinitialization tool on a Windows computer. Reinitialization uploads a new software package to the TCC2/TCC2P cards, clears the node database, and restores the factory default parameters.

Tools/Equipment

ONS 15454 SDH System Software CD, Version 5.0.x

JRE 1.4.2 must be installed on the computer to log into the node at the completion of the reinitialization. The reinitialization tool can run on JRE 1.3.1_02 or JRE 1.4.2.

Prerequisite Procedures

NTP-D108 Back Up the Database, page 15-4

NTP-D278 Set Up Computer for CTC, page 3-1

And one of the following:

NTP-D260 Set Up CTC Computer for Local Craft Connection to the ONS 15454 SDH, page 3-2

NTP-D261 Set Up a Computer for a Corporate LAN Connection to the ONS 15454 SDH, page 3-4

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Caution Restoring a node to the factory configuration deletes all cross-connects on the node.


Step 1 Insert the system software CD into the computer CD-ROM drive. If the CTC Installation Wizard appears, click Cancel.

Step 2 From the Windows Start menu, choose Run. In the Run dialog box, click Browse and navigate to the CISCO15454 folder on the software CD.

Step 3 In the Browse dialog box Files of Type field, choose All Files.

Step 4 Choose the RE-INIT.jar file and click Open. The NE Re-Initialization window appears (Figure 19-2).

Figure 19-2 Reinitialization Tool

Step 5 Complete the following fields:

GNE IP—If the node you are reinitializing is accessed through another node configured as a gateway network element (GNE), enter the GNE IP address. If you have a direct connection to the node, leave this field blank.

Node IP—Enter the node name or IP address of the node that you are reinitializing.

User ID—Enter the user ID needed to access the node.

Password—Enter the password for the user ID.

Upload Package—Check this box to send the software package file to the node. If unchecked, the software stored on the node is not modified.

Force Upload—Check this box to send the software package file to the node even if the node is running the same software version. If unchecked, reinitialization will not send the software package if the node is already running the same version.

Activate/Revert—Check this box to activate the uploaded software (if the software version is later than the one installed) or revert to the uploaded software (if the software version is earlier than the one installed) as soon as the software file is uploaded. If unchecked, the software is not activated or reverted after the upload, allowing you to initiate the functions later from the node view Maintenance > Software tabs.

Re-init Database—Check this box to send a new database to the node. (This is equivalent to the CTC database restore operation.) If unchecked, the node database is not modified.

Confirm—Check this box if you want a warning message displayed before any operation is performed. If unchecked, reinitialization does not display a warning message.

Search Path—Enter the path to the CISCO15454SDH folder on the CD drive.

Step 6 Click Go.


Caution Before continuing with the next step, verify that the database to upload is correct. You cannot reverse the upload process after you click Yes.

Step 7 Review the information on the Confirm NE Re-Initialization dialog box, then click Yes to start the reinitialization.

The reinitialization begins. After the software is downloaded and activated, and the database is uploaded to the TCC2/TCC2P cards, "Complete" appears in the status bar and the TCC2/TCC2P cards will reboot. Wait a few minutes for the reboot to complete.

Step 8 After the reboot is complete, log into the node using the "DLP-D60 Log into CTC" task on page 17-47.

Step 9 Complete the "NTP-D316 Set Up Name, Date, Time, and Contact Information" procedure on page 4-4 and "NTP-D169 Set Up CTC Network Access" procedure on page 4-7 for information on setting the node name, IP address, subnet mask and gateway, and Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP) port.

Step 10 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D245 Use the Reinitialization Tool to Clear the Database and Upload Software (UNIX)

Purpose

This task reinitializes the ONS 15454 SDH using the CTC reinitialization (reinit) tool on a UNIX computer. Reinitialization uploads a new software package to the TCC2/TCC2P cards, clears the node database, and restores the factory default parameters.

Tools/Equipment

ONS 15454 SDH System Software CD, Version 5.0.x

JRE 1.4.2 must be installed on the computer to log into the node at the completion of the reinitialization. The reinitialization tool can run on JRE 1.3.1_02 or JRE 1.4.2.

Prerequisite Procedures

NTP-D108 Back Up the Database, page 15-4

NTP-D278 Set Up Computer for CTC, page 3-1

And one of the following:

NTP-D260 Set Up CTC Computer for Local Craft Connection to the ONS 15454 SDH, page 3-2

NTP-D261 Set Up a Computer for a Corporate LAN Connection to the ONS 15454 SDH, page 3-4

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Step 1 Insert the system software CD containing the reinit tool, software, and defaults database into the computer CD-ROM drive. If the CTC Installation Wizard appears, click Cancel.

Step 2 To find the recovery tool file, go to the CISCO15454SDH directory on the CD (usually /cdrom/cdrom0/CISCO15454SDH).

Step 3 If you are using a file explorer, double-click the RE-INIT.jar file. If you are working with a command line, run java -jar RE-INIT.jar. The NE Re-Initialization window appears (Figure 19-2).

Step 4 Complete the following fields:

GNE IP—If the node you are reinitializing is accessed through another node configured as a GNE, enter the GNE IP address. If you have a direct connection to the node, leave this field blank.

Node IP—Enter the node name or IP address of the node that you are reinitializing.

User ID—Enter the user ID needed to access the node.

Password—Enter the password for the user ID.

Upload Package—Check this box to send the software package file to the node. If unchecked, the software stored on the node is not modified.

Force Upload—Check this box to send the software package file to the node even if the node is running the same software version. If unchecked, reinitialization will not send the software package if the node is already running the same version.

Activate/Revert—Check this box to activate the uploaded software (if the software version is later than the one installed) or revert to the uploaded software (if the software version is earlier than the one installed) as soon as the software file is uploaded. If unchecked, the software is not activated or reverted after the upload, allowing you to initiate the functions later from the node view Maintenance > Software tabs.

Re-init Database—Check this box to send a new database to the node. (This is equivalent to the CTC database restore operation.) If unchecked, the node database is not modified.

Confirm—Check this box if you want a warning message displayed before any operation is performed. If unchecked, reinitialization does not display a warning message.

Search Path—Enter the path to the CISCO15454SDH folder on the CD drive.

Step 5 Click Go.


Caution Before continuing with the next step, verify that the database to upload is correct. You cannot reverse the upload process after you click Yes.

Step 6 Review the information on the Confirm NE Re-Initialization dialog box, then click Yes to start the reinitialization.

The reinitialization begins. After the software is downloaded and activated and the database is uploaded to the TCC2/TCC2P cards, "Complete" appears in the status bar and the TCC2/TCC2P cards reboot. Wait a few minutes for the reboot to complete.

Step 7 After the reboot is complete, log into the node using the "DLP-D60 Log into CTC" task on page 17-47.

Step 8 Complete the "NTP-D81 Change Node Management Information" procedure on page 10-2 and "NTP-D201 Change CTC Network Access" procedure on page 10-2 for information on provisioning the node name, IP address, subnet mask and gateway, and IIOP port.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D246 Provision E-Series Ethernet Card Mode

Purpose

This task provisions an E-Series Ethernet card for Multicard EtherSwitch Group, Single-card EtherSwitch, or Port-mapped mode.

Tools/Equipment

E-Series Ethernet cards must be installed.

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Caution You cannot change the mode while the Ethernet card is carrying circuits. If you want change the card mode, delete any circuits that it carries first. See the "NTP-D288 Modify and Delete Overhead Circuits" procedure on page 9-4.


Step 1 In the network view, double-click the node containing the E-Series Ethernet card you want to provision, then double-click the Ethernet card.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Card tabs.

Step 3 In the Card Mode area, choose one of the following:

For multicard EtherSwitch circuit groups, choose Multicard EtherSwitch Group.

For single-card EtherSwitch circuits, choose Single-card EtherSwitch.

For port-mapped circuits, choose Port-mapped.

Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 If you are using multicard EtherSwitch circuits, repeat Steps 2 through 4 for all other Ethernet cards in the node that will carry the multicard EtherSwitch circuits.

Step 6 Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for other nodes, as necessary.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D247 Change an STM-N Card

Purpose

This task changes an STM-N card while maintaining existing provisioning, including data communications channels (DCCs)/GCCs, circuits, protection, timing, and rings. This task is intended to be used when a slot is preprovisioned and you want to change the optical speed of the card, or when you have backed out of an automatic span upgrade.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Caution Physically removing an STM-N card can cause a loss of working traffic or a protection switch. See Chapter 12, "Upgrade Cards and Spans" for information on upgrading traffic to a higher speed.


Note You cannot change a multiport card to a card with a smaller number of ports.



Step 1 If the card is the active card in a 1+1 protection group, switch traffic away from the card:

a. Log into a node on the network. If you are already logged in, go to Step b.

b. Display the CTC node (login) view.

c. Click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

d. Double-click the protection group that contains the reporting card.

e. Click the active card of the selected group.

f. Click Switch and Yes in the Confirmation dialog box.

Step 2 In CTC, right-click the card that you want to remove and choose Change Card.

Step 3 From the Change Card drop-down list, choose the card type and click OK. An MEA alarm appears until you replace the card.

Step 4 Physically remove the card:

a. Open the card latches/ejectors.

b. Use the latches/ejectors to pull the card forward and away from the shelf.

Step 5 Complete the "NTP-D16 Install the STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-7.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D249 Provision IP Settings

Purpose

This task provisions IP settings, which includes the IP address, default router, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) access, firewall access, and proxy server settings for an ONS 15454 SDH node.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Caution All network changes should be approved by your network (or LAN) administrator.


Step 1 If you are in network view, switch to node view by double-clicking the node you want to turn up on the network map.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Network > General tabs.

Step 3 Complete the following information in the fields listed:

IP Address—Type the IP address assigned to the ONS 15454 SDH node.

Suppress CTC IP Display—Select this check box if you want to prevent the node IP address from being displayed in CTC to users with Provisioner, Maintenance, or Retrieve security levels. (The IP address suppression is not applied to users with Superuser security level.)

LCD IP Display—Choose one of the following:

Allow Configuration—(Default.) Displays the node IP on the front panel LCD and allows it to be changed using the ONS 15454 SDH LCD. This option enables the "DLP-D64 Set the IP Address, Default Router, and Network Mask Using the LCD" task on page 17-52.

Display Only—Displays the node IP address on the front panel LCD but does not allow it to be changed.

Suppress Display—Suppresses the node IP address display on the front panel LCD.

Default Router—If the ONS 15454 SDH is connected to a LAN, enter the IP address of the default router. The default router forwards packets to network devices that the ONS 15454 SDH cannot directly access. This field is ignored if any of the following are true:

The ONS 15454 SDH is not connected to a LAN.

SOCKS proxy server is enabled and the ONS 15454 SDH is provisioned as an end network element (ENE).

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is enabled on both the ONS 15454 SDH and the LAN where the ONS 15454 SDH is connected.

Forward DHCP Request ToSelect this check box to enable DHCP. Also, enter the DHCP server IP address in the Request To field. The box is unchecked by default. If you will enable any of the gateway settings to implement the ONS 15454 SDH proxy server features, leave this field blank.


Note If you enable DHCP, computers connected to an ONS 15454 SDH node can obtain temporary IP addresses from an external DHCP server. The ONS 15454 SDH only forwards DHCP requests; it does not act as a DHCP server.


MAC Address—(Display only.) Displays the ONS 15454 SDH IEEE 802 MAC address.

Net/Subnet Mask Length—Type the subnet mask length (decimal number representing the subnet mask length in bits) or click the arrows to adjust the subnet mask length. The subnet mask length is the same for all ONS 15454 SDH nodes in the same subnet.

TCC CORBA (IIOP) Listener Port—Sets the ONS 15454 SDH IIOP listener port used to communicate between the ONS 15454 SDH and CTC computers. This field is generally not changed unless the ONS 15454 SDH resides behind a firewall that requires a different port. See the "NTP-D27 Set Up the ONS 15454 SDH for Firewall Access" procedure on page 4-8 for more information.

Gateway Settings—Provisions ONS 15454 SDH SOCK proxy server features. Do not select any of these options until you review the SOCKS proxy server scenario in the "CTC Network Connectivity" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Reference Manual. In proxy server networks, the ONS 15454 SDH is either an ENE, a GNE, or a SOCKS proxy-only server. Provisioning must be consistent for each network element (NE) type.

Enable proxy server on port—If checked, the ONS 15454 SDH serves as a proxy for connections between CTC clients and ONS 15454 SDH nodes that are connected by DCCs to the proxy ONS 15454 SDH. The CTC client establishes connections to DCC-connected nodes through the proxy node. The CTC client does not require IP connectivity to the DCC-connected nodes, only to the proxy ONS 15454 SDH. If Enable SOCKS proxy server on port is off, the node does not proxy for any CTC clients. When this box is checked, you can provision one of the following options:

External Network Element (ENE)—Choose this option when the ONS 15454 SDH is not connected to a LAN but has DCC connections to other ONS nodes. A CTC computer connected to the ENE through the TCC2/TCC2P CRAFT or LAN port can manage nodes that have DCC connections to the ENE. However, the CTC computer does not have direct IP connectivity to these nodes or to any LAN/WAN that those nodes might be connected to.

Gateway Network Element (GNE)—Choose this option when the ONS 15454 SDH is connected to a LAN and has DCC connections to other nodes. A CTC computer connected to the LAN can manage all nodes that have DCC connections to the GNE, but the CTC computer does not have direct IP connectivity to them. The GNE option isolates the LAN from the DCC network so that IP traffic originating from the DCC-connected nodes and any CTC computers connected to them is prevented from reaching the LAN.

SOCKS Proxy-Only—Choose this option when the ONS 15454 SDH is connected to a LAN and the LAN is separated from the node by a firewall. The SOCKS Proxy Only is the same as the GNE option, except the SOCKS Proxy Only option does not isolate the DCC network from the LAN.

Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

Both TCC2/TCC2P cards reboot, one at a time. During this time (approximately 5 minutes), the active and standby TCC2/TCC2P card LEDs go through the cycle shown in Table 19-2. Eventually, a "Lost node connection, switching to network view" message appears.

Table 19-2 LED Behavior During TCC2/TCC2P Reboot

Reboot Activity
Active TCC2/TCC2P LEDs
Standby TCC2/TCC2P LEDs

Standby TCC2/TCC2P card updated with new network information.

Memory test (1 to 2 minutes).

If an AIC or AIC-I card is installed, the AIC is updated.

The standby TCC2/TCC2P becomes the active TCC2/TCC2P.

ACT/STBY: Flashing green.

AIC FAIL and alarm LEDs light up briefly.

1. ACT/STBY: Flashing yellow.

2. FAIL LED: Solid red.

3. All LEDs on except ACT/STBY.

4. CRIT turns off.

5. MAJ and MIN turn off.

6. REM, SYNC, and ACO turn off.

7. All LEDs except A&B PWR: turn off (1 to 2 minutes)

8. ACT/STBY: Solid yellow.

9. Alarm LEDs: Flash once.

10. ACT/STBY: Solid green.

Memory test (1 to 2 minutes).

TCC2/TCC2P updated with new network information.

TCC2/TCC2P becomes the standby TCC2/TCC2P.

1. All LEDs: Turn off (1 to 2 minutes). CTC displays "Lost node connection, switching to network view" message.

2. FAIL LED: Solid red.

3. FAIL LED: Flashing red.

4. All LEDs on except ACT/STBY.

5. CRIT turns off.

6. MAJ and MIN turn off.

7. REM, SYNC, and ACO turn off; all LEDs are off.

8. ACT/STBY: Solid yellow.

9. ACT/STBY: Flashing yellow.

10. ACT/STBY: Solid yellow.

ACT/STBY: Solid green


Step 6 Click OK. The network view appears. The node icon appears in gray, during which time you cannot access the node.

Step 7 Double-click the node icon when it becomes green. As necessary, complete the "DLP-D65 Create a Static Route" task on page 17-54 or the "DLP-D250 Set Up or Change Open Shortest Path First Protocol" task. If you do not need to create a static route or set up OSPF, continue with the "NTP-D28 Set Up Timing" procedure on page 4-9.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D250 Set Up or Change Open Shortest Path First Protocol

Purpose

This task enables the OSPF routing protocol on the ONS 15454 SDH. Perform this task if you want to include the ONS 15454 SDH in OSPF-enabled networks.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

You will need the OSPF Area ID, Hello and Dead intervals, and authentication key (if OSPF authentication is enabled) provisioned on the router to which the ONS 15454 SDH is connected.

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > Network > OSPF tabs.

Step 2 On the top left side of the OSPF tab, complete the following:

DCC/GCC OSPF Area ID Table—Enter the number that identifies the ONS 15454 SDH nodes as a unique OSPF area ID entered in dotted decimal format. It can be any number between 000.000.000.000 and 255.255.255.255. The number must be unique to the LAN OSPF area.

SDCC Metric—This value is normally unchanged. It sets a cost for sending packets across the SDCC, which is used by OSPF routers to calculate the shortest path. This value should always be higher than the LAN metric. The default Section DCC (SDCC) metric is 100.

LDCC Metric—Sets a cost for sending packets across the Line DCC (LDCC). This value should always be lower than the SDCC metric. The default LDCC metric is 33. It is usually not changed.

Step 3 In the OSPF on LAN area, complete the following:

OSPF active on LAN—When checked, enables the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF topology to be advertised to OSPF routers on the LAN. Enable this field on ONS 15454 SDH nodes that directly connect to OSPF routers.

LAN Port Area ID—Enter the OSPF area ID (dotted decimal format) for the router port where the ONS 15454 SDH is connected. (This number is different from the DCC OSPF area ID.)

Step 4 By default, OSPF is set to No Authentication. If the OSPF router requires authentication, complete the following steps. If not, continue with Step 5.

a. Click the No Authentication button.

b. In the Edit Authentication Key dialog box, complete the following:

TypeChoose Simple Password.

Enter Authentication Key—Enter the password.

Confirm Authentication Key—Enter the same password to confirm it.

c. Click OK.

The authentication button label changes to Simple Password.

Step 5 Provision the OSPF priority and interval settings:

The OSPF priority and interval defaults are ones most commonly used by OSPF routers. Verify that these defaults match the ones used by the OSPF router where the ONS 15454 SDH is connected:

Router Priority—Selects the designated router for a subnet.

Hello Interval (sec)—Sets the number of seconds between OSPF hello packet advertisements sent by OSPF routers. Ten seconds is the default.

Dead Interval—Sets the number of seconds that will pass while an OSPF router's packets are not visible before its neighbors declare the router down. Forty seconds is the default.

Transit Delay (sec)—Indicates the service speed. One second is the default.

Retransmit Interval (sec)—Sets the time that will elapse before a packet is resent. Five seconds is the default.

LAN Metric—Sets a cost for sending packets across the LAN. This value should always be lower than the DCC metric. Ten is the default.

Step 6 Under OSPF Area Range Table, create an area range table if one is needed:


Note Area range tables consolidate the information that is outside an OSPF area border. One ONS 15454 SDH in the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area is connected to the OSPF router. An area range table on this node points the router to the other nodes that reside within the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area.


a. Under OSPF Area Range Table, click Create.

b. In the Create Area Range dialog box, enter the following:

Range Address—Enter the area IP address for the ONS 15454 SDH nodes that reside within the OSPF area. For example, if the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area includes nodes with IP addresses 10.10.20.100, 10.10.30.150, 10.10.40.200, and 10.10.50.250, the range address would be 10.10.0.0.

Range Area ID—Enter the OSPF area ID for the ONS 15454 SDH nodes. This is either the ID in the DCC OSPF Area ID field or the ID in the Area ID for LAN Port field.

Mask Length—Enter the subnet mask length. In the Range Address example, this is 16.

Advertise—Check if you want to advertise the OSPF range table.

c. Click OK.

Step 7 All OSPF areas must be connected to Area 0. If the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area is not physically connected to Area 0, use the following steps to create a virtual link table that will provide the disconnected area with a logical path to Area 0:

a. Under OSPF Virtual Link Table, click Create.

b. In the Create Virtual Link dialog box, complete the following fields. OSPF settings must match OSPF settings for the ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area.

Neighbor—The router ID of the Area 0 router.

Transit Delay (sec)—The service speed. One second is the default.

Hello Int (sec)—The number of seconds between OSPF hello packet advertisements sent by OSPF routers. Ten seconds is the default.

Auth Type—If the router where the ONS 15454 SDH is connected uses authentication, choose Simple Password. Otherwise, choose No Authentication.

Retransmit Int (sec)—Sets the time that will elapse before a packet is resent. Five seconds is the default.

Dead Int (sec)—Sets the number of seconds that will pass while an OSPF router's packets are not visible before its neighbors declare the router down. Forty seconds is the default.

c. Click OK.

Step 8 After entering ONS 15454 SDH OSPF area data, click Apply.

If you changed the Area ID, the TCC2/TCC2P cards reset, one at a time. The reset takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Table 19-2 shows the LED behavior during the TCC2/TCC2P reset.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D251 Set Up or Change Routing Information Protocol

Purpose

This task enables Routing Information Protocol (RIP) broadcasting on the ONS 15454 SDH. Perform this task if you want to include the ONS 15454 SDH in RIP-enabled networks.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

You need to create a static route to the router adjacent to the ONS 15454 SDH for the ONS 15454 SDH to communicate its routing information to non-DCC-connected nodes.

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > Network > RIP tabs.

Step 2 Check the RIP Active check box if you are activating RIP.

Step 3 Choose either RIP Version 1 or RIP Version 2 from the drop-down list, depending on which version is supported in your network.

Step 4 Set the RIP metric. The RIP metric can be set to a number between 1 and 15 and represents the number of hops.

Step 5 By default, RIP is set to No Authentication. If the router that the ONS 15454 SDH is connected to requires authentication, complete the following steps. If not, continue with Step 6.

a. Click the No Authentication button.

b. In the Edit Authentication Key dialog box, complete the following:

TypeChoose Simple Password.

Enter Authentication Key—Enter the password.

Confirm Authentication Key—Enter the same password to confirm it.

c. Click OK.

The authentication button label changes to Simple Password.

Step 6 If you want to complete an address summary, complete the following steps. If not, continue with Step 7. Complete the address summary only if the ONS 15454 SDH is a gateway NE with multiple external ONS 15454 SDH NEs attached with IP addresses in different subnets.

a. In the RIP Address Summary area, click Create.

b. In the Create Address Summary dialog box, complete the following:

Summary Address—Enter the summary IP address.

Mask Length—Enter the subnet mask length using the up and down arrows.

Hops—Enter the number of hops. The smaller the number of hops, the higher the priority.

c. Click OK.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D254 TCC2/TCC2P Card Active/Standby Switch Test

Purpose

This task verifies that the TCC2/TCC2P cards can effectively switch from one to another.

Tools/Equipment

The test set specified by the acceptance test procedure, connected and configured as specified in the acceptance test procedure.

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

a. Verify that the alarm filter is not on. See the "DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering" task as necessary.

b. Verify that no unexplained alarms appear on the network. If unexplained alarms appear, resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide if necessary.

Step 3 Click the Conditions tab. Verify that no unexplained conditions appear on the network. If unexplained conditions appear, resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.

Step 4 On the network view map, double-click the node containing the TCC2/TCC2P cards that you are testing to open the node in node view.

Step 5 Make a note of which TCC2/TCC2P card is active and which is standby by examining the LEDs on the shelf graphic. TCC2/TCC2P cards are installed in Slot 7 and Slot 11. The active TCC2/TCC2P card has a green ACT LED, and the standby TCC2/TCC2P card has an amber SBY LED.

Step 6 On the shelf graphic, right-click the active TCC2/TCC2P card and choose Reset from the shortcut menu.

Step 7 In the Resetting Card dialog box, click Yes. After 20 to 40 seconds, a "lost node connection, changing to network view" message appears.

Step 8 Click OK. On the network view map, the node where you reset the TCC2/TCC2P card will be gray.

Step 9 After the node icon turns green (within 1 to 2 minutes), double-click it. On the shelf graphic, observe the following:

The previous standby TCC2/TCC2P card has a green ACT LED.

The previous active TCC2/TCC2P card LEDs go through the following LED sequence: NP (card not present), Ldg (software is loading), amber SBY LED (TCC2/TCC2P card is in standby mode). The LEDs should complete this sequence within 5 to 10 minutes.

Step 10 Verify that traffic on the test set connected to the node is still running. If a traffic interruption occurs, do not continue, refer to your next level of support.

Step 11 Repeat Steps 2 through 10 to return the active/standby TCC2/TCC2P cards to their configuration at the start of the procedure.

Step 12 Verify that the TCC2/TCC2P cards appear as noted in Step 5.

Step 13 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D255 Cross-Connect Card Side Switch Test

Purpose

This task verifies that the XC10G, XC-VXL-10G, and XC-VXL-2.5G cards can effectively switch service (active to standby and standby to active).

Tools/Equipment

The test set specified by the acceptance test procedure, connected and configured as specified in the acceptance test procedure.

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

Required

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Caution Always wait 60 seconds between cross-connect card (side) switches.


Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

a. Verify that the alarm filter is not on. See the "DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering" task as necessary.

b. Verify that no unexplained alarms appear on the network. If unexplained alarms appear, resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide if necessary.

Step 3 Click the Conditions tab. Verify that no unexplained conditions appear on the network. If unexplained conditions appear, resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide if necessary.

Step 4 On the network map, double-click the node containing the cross-connect cards that you are testing to open it in node view.

Step 5 Click the Maintenance > Cross-Connect tabs.

Step 6 In the Cross-Connect Cards area, make a note of the active and standby slots.

Step 7 On the shelf graphic, verify that the active cross-connect card shows a green ACT LED and the standby cross-connect card shows an amber SBY LED. If these conditions are not present, review the "DLP-D333 Install the XC10G, XC-VXL-10G, or XC-VXL-2.5G Cards" task on page 20-27 or contact your next level of support.

Step 8 Click Switch.

Step 9 In the Confirm Switch dialog box, click Yes.

Step 10 Verify that the active slot noted in Step 6 becomes the standby slot, and that the standby slot becomes the active slot. The switch should appear within 1 to 2 seconds.

Step 11 Verify that traffic on the test set connected to the node is still running. Some bit errors are normal, but traffic flow should not be interrupted. If a traffic interruption occurs, do not continue. Refer to your next level of support.

Step 12 Wait 60 seconds, then repeat Steps 7 through 9 to return the active/standby slots to their configuration at the start of the procedure.

Step 13 Verify that the cross-connect cards appear as you noted in Step 6.


Note During a maintenance side switch or soft reset of an active XC10G card, the 1+1 protection group might display a protection switch. To disallow the protection switch from being displayed, the protection group should be locked at the node where XC switch or soft reset of an active XC switch is in progress.



DLP-D256 View Ethernet Statistics PM Parameters

Purpose

This task enables you to view current statistical performance monitoring (PM) counts on an Ethernet card and port in order to detect possible performance problems.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the E-Series or G-Series Ethernet card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance tab.

Step 3 Click the Statistics subtab. Figure 19-3 shows the Statistics subtab on the Performance tab.

Figure 19-3 G-Series Statistics in the Card View Performance Window

Step 4 Click Refresh. Performance monitoring statistics appear for each port on the card.

Step 5 View the PM parameter names in the Param column. The current PM parameter values appear in the Port # columns. For PM parameter definitions, refer to the "Performance Monitoring" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.


Note To refresh, reset, or clear PM counts, see the "DLP-D257 View Ethernet Utilization PM Parameters" task.


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D257 View Ethernet Utilization PM Parameters

Purpose

This task enables you to view line utilization PM counts on an Ethernet card and port in order to detect possible performance problems.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the E-Series or G-Series Ethernet card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance > Utilization tabs (Figure 19-4).

Figure 19-4 G-Series Utilization in the Card View Performance Window

Step 3 Click Refresh. Performance monitoring utilization values appear for each port on the card.

Step 4 View the Port # column to find the port you want to monitor.

Step 5 The Tx and Rx bandwidth utilization values for the previous time intervals appear in the Prev-n columns. For PM parameter definitions, refer to the "Performance Monitoring" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.


Note To refresh, reset, or clear PM counts, see the "DLP-D257 View Ethernet Utilization PM Parameters" task.


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D258 View Ethernet History PM Parameters

Purpose

This task enables you to view historical PM counts at selected time intervals on an Ethernet card and port to detect possible performance problems.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the E-Series or G-Series Ethernet card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance tab.

Step 3 Click the History subtab (Figure 19-5).

Figure 19-5 Ethernet History in the Card View Performance Window

Step 4 Click Refresh. Performance monitoring statistics appear for each port on the card.

Step 5 View the PM parameter names that appear in the Param column. The PM parameter values appear in the Port # columns. For PM parameter definitions, refer to the "Performance Monitoring" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.


Note To refresh, reset, or clear PM counts, see the "DLP-D257 View Ethernet Utilization PM Parameters" task.


Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D259 Refresh Ethernet PM Counts at a Different Time Interval

Purpose

This task changes the view to display specified PM counts in selected time intervals.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the Ethernet card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance tab.

Step 3 Click the Utilization tab or the History tab.

Step 4 From the Interval drop-down list, choose one of the following options:

1 min: This option displays the specified PM counts in one-minute time intervals.

15 min: This option displays the specified PM counts in fifteen-minute time intervals.

1 hour: This option displays the specified PM counts in one-hour time intervals.

1 day: This option displays the specified PM counts in one-day (24 hours) time intervals.

Step 5 Click Refresh. The PM counts refresh with values based on the selected time interval.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D260 Set Auto-Refresh Interval for Displayed PM Counts

Purpose

This task changes the auto-refresh intervals for updating the displayed PM counts in a window.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance tab.

Step 3 Click the Auto-refresh drop-down list and choose one of the following options:

None: This option disables the auto-refresh feature.

15 Seconds: This option sets the window auto-refresh at 15-second time intervals.

30 Seconds: This option sets the window auto-refresh at 30-second time intervals.

1 Minute: This option sets the window auto-refresh at 1-minute time intervals.

3 Minutes: This option sets the window auto-refresh at 3-minute time intervals.

5 Minutes: This option sets the window auto-refresh at 5-minute time intervals.

Step 4 Click Refresh. The PM counts for the newly selected auto-refresh time interval appear.

Depending on the selected auto-refresh interval, the PM counts are automatically updated when each refresh interval completes. If the auto-refresh interval is set to None, the PM counts that appear are not updated unless you click Refresh.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D261 Refresh PM Counts for a Different Port

Purpose

This task changes the window view to display PM counts for another port on a multiport card.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 In node view, double-click the STM-N card where you want to view PM counts. The card view appears.

Step 2 Click the Performance tab.

Step 3 In the Port drop-down list, choose a port.

Step 4 Click the Refresh button. The PM counts for the newly selected port appear.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D262 Filter the Display of Circuits

Purpose

This task filters the display of circuits in the Circuits window. The filtered display appears in network, node, or card view.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 Navigate to the appropriate CTC view:

To filter network circuits, from the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

To filter circuits that originate, terminate, or pass through a specific node, from the View menu, choose Go to Other Node, then choose the node you want to filter and click OK.

To filter circuits that originate, terminate, or pass through a specific card, double-click the card on the shelf graphic in node view to show the card in card view.

Step 2 Click the Circuits tab.

Step 3 Set the attributes for filtering the circuit display:

a. Click Filter.

b. In the Circuit Filter dialog box, set the filter attributes by choosing one or more of the following:

Name—Enter a complete or partial circuit name to filter circuits based on the circuit name; otherwise leave the field blank.

Direction—Choose one to filter circuits based on direction: Any (direction not used to filter circuits), 1-way (display only one-way circuits), or 2-way (display only two-way circuits).

OCHNC Dir—(DWDM optical channel network connections only) Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Installation and Operations Guide for dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) information.

OCHNC Wlen—(DWDM optical channel network connections only) Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Installation and Operations Guide for DWDM information.

Status—Choose one to filter circuits based on status: Any (status not used to filter circuits), DISCOVERED_TL1 (display only TL1-created circuits or TL1-like, CTC-created circuits), DISCOVERED (display only active circuits; OCHNCs have Discovered status only), PARTIAL (display only circuits that are missing a connection or span to form a complete path), or PARTIAL_TL1 (display only TL1-created circuit or a TL1-like CTC-created circuits that are missing a cross-connect or span to form a complete path). See Table 20-33 on page 20-72 for more information about circuit statuses. Although other statuses are described in the table, filtering is only supported for DISCOVERED_TL1, DISCOVERED, PARTIAL, or PARTIAL_TL1 circuits.

State—Choose one to filter circuits based on state: Locked (display only out-of-service circuits), Unlocked (display only in-service circuits; OCHNCs have Unlocked status only), or Locked-partial (display only circuits with cross-connects in mixed service states).

Slot—Enter a slot number to filter circuits based on the source or destination slot; otherwise leave the field blank.

Port—Enter a port number to filter circuits based on the source or destination port; otherwise leave the field blank.

Type—Choose one to filter circuits based on type: Any (type not used to filter circuits), VC_HO_PATH_CIRCUIT (displays VC4 and VC4-Nc circuits), VC_LO_PATH_CIRCUIT (displays only VC3 and VC12 circuits), VC_LO_PATH_TUNNEL (displays only low-order tunnels), VC_LO_PATH_AGGREGATION (displays only low-order aggregation points), VC_HO_PATH_VCAT_CIRCUIT (displays high-order VCAT circuits), VC_LO_PATH_VCAT_CIRCUIT (displays low-order VCAT circuits), or OCHNC (displays only optical channel network connections; refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Installation and Operations Guide for DWDM information).

Size—Click the appropriate check boxes to filter circuits based on size: VC12, VC3, VC4, VC4-2c, VC4-3c, VC4-4c, VC4-6c, VC4-8c, VC4-9c, VC4-16c, VC4-64c, 10 Gbps FEC, Equipped non specific, Multi-rate, 2.5 Gbps No FEC, 10 Gbps No FEC, and 2.5 Gbps FEC. The check boxes shown depend on what you chose in the Type field.

If you chose Any, all sizes are available. If you chose LO_PATH_CIRCUIT, only VC3 and VC12 sizes are available. If you chose LO_PATH_TUNNEL or LO_PATH_AGGREGATION, only VC4 is available. If you chose VC_HO_PATH_VCAT_CIRCUIT, only VC-4 and VC4-4c are available. If you chose VC_LO_PATH_VCAT_CIRCUIT, only VC3 is available.

Step 4 Click OK. Circuits matching the attributes in the Filter Circuits dialog box appear in the Circuits window.

Step 5 To turn filtering off, click the Filter icon in the lower right corner of the Circuits window. Click the icon again to turn filtering on, and click the Filter button to change the filter attributes.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D263 Edit SNCP Dual-Ring Interconnect Circuit Hold-Off Timer

Purpose

This task changes the amount of time a path selector switch is delayed for circuits routed on an SNCP dual-ring interconnect (DRI) topology. In DRIs, switching contention might occur depending upon the relative switching speed of the path selector and the transmission delay on the alternative routes. The hold-off time (HOT) allows you to change switch times to prevent the switching contention.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

NTP-D44 Provision SNCP Nodes, page 5-21

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Circuits tab.

Step 3 Click the SNCP circuit you want to edit, then click Edit.

Step 4 In the Edit Circuit window, click the SNCP Selectors tab.

Step 5 In the Hold-off Timer column, double-click the cell of the circuit span you want to edit, then type the new hold-off time. The range is 0 to 10,000 ms in increments of 100.

Step 6 Repeat Step 5, as needed, to adjust the hold-off timer for each circuit span.

Step 7 Click Apply, then close the Edit Circuit window by choosing Close from the File menu.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D264 Provision a J1 Path Trace on Circuit Source and Destination Ports

Purpose

This task creates a J1 path trace on VC3 or VC4 circuit source ports and destination ports or a VCAT circuit member.

Tools/Equipment

ONS 15454 SDH cards capable of transmitting and/or receiving J1 path trace must be installed at the circuit source and destination ports. See Table 19-3 for a list of cards.

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Note This task assumes that you are setting up path trace on a bidirectional circuit and setting up transmit strings at the circuit source and destination.



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Circuits tab.

Step 3 For the VC3 or VC4 circuit you want to monitor, verify that the source and destination ports are on a card that can transmit and receive the path trace string. See Table 19-3 for a list of cards.

Table 19-3 ONS 15454 SDH Cards Capable of J1 Path Trace

J1 Function
Cards

Transmit and receive

E1-42

STM1E-12

E3-12

DS3i-N-12

G1000-4

Receive only

OC3 IR 4/STM1 SH 1310

OC3 IR 4/STM1 SH 1310-8

OC12/STM4-4

OC48 IR/STM16 SH AS 1310

OC48 LR/STM16 LH AS 1550

OC192 SR/STM64 IO 1310

OC192 LR/STM64 LH 1550

OC192 IR/STM SH 1550

ML100T-12

ML1000-2

FC_MR-4



Note For FC_MR-4 cards, the path trace string must be identical for all members of the VCAT circuit.



Note If neither port is on a transmit/receive card, you will not be able to complete this procedure. If one port is on a transmit/receive card and the other is on a receive-only card, you can set up the transmit string at the transmit/receive port and the receive string at the receive-only port, but you will not be able to transmit in both directions.


Step 4 Choose the VC3 or VC4 circuit you want to trace, then click Edit.

Step 5 If you chose a VCAT circuit, complete the following. If not, continue with Step 6.

a. In the Edit Circuit window, click the Members tab.

b. Click Edit Member and continue with Step 6.

Step 6 In the Edit Circuit window, click the Show Detailed Map check box at the bottom of the window. A detailed map of the source and destination ports appears.

Step 7 Provision the circuit source transmit string:

a. On the detailed circuit map, right-click the circuit source port (the square on the left or right of the source node icon) and choose Edit J1 Path Trace (port) from the shortcut menu.

b. Choose the format of the transmit string by clicking either the 16 byte or the 64 byte selection button.

c. In the New Transmit String field, enter the circuit source transmit string. Enter a string that makes the source port easy to identify, such as the node IP address, node name, circuit name, or another string. If the New Transmit String field is left blank, the J1 transmits a string of null characters.

d. Click Apply, then click Close.

Step 8 Provision the circuit destination transmit string:

a. On the detailed circuit map, right-click the circuit destination port and choose Edit Path Trace from the shortcut menu.

b. In the New Transmit String field, enter the string that you want the circuit destination to transmit. Enter a string that makes the destination port easy to identify, such as the node IP address, node name, circuit name, or another string. If the New Transmit String field is left blank, the J1 transmits a string of null characters.

c. Click Apply.

Step 9 Provision the circuit destination expected string:

a. In the Circuit Path Trace window, enable the path trace expected string by choosing Auto or Manual from the Path Trace Mode drop-down list:

Auto—The first string received from the source port is automatically provisioned as the current expected string. An alarm is raised when a string that differs from the baseline is received.

Manual—The string entered in Current Expected String is the baseline. An alarm is raised when a string that differs from the Current Expected String is received.

b. If you set the Path Trace Mode field to Manual, enter the string that the circuit destination should receive from the circuit source in the New Expected String field. If you set Path Trace Mode to Auto, skip this step.

c. Click the Disable AIS and RDI if TIM-P is detected check box if you want to suppress the alarm indication signal (AIS) and remote defect indication (RDI) when the VC3 or VC4 High-Order Path Trace Identifier Mismatch (HP-TIM) or Low-Order Path Trace Identifier Mismatch (LP-TIM) alarm appears. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide for descriptions of alarms and conditions.

d. (Check box visibility depends on card selection) Click the Disable AIS on C2 Mis-Match check box if you want to suppress the AIS when a C2 mismatch occurs.

e. Click Apply, then click Close.


Note It is not necessary to set the format (16 or 64 bytes) for the circuit destination expected string; the path trace process automatically determines the format.


Step 10 Provision the circuit source expected string:

a. In the Edit Circuit window (with Show Detailed Map chosen), right-click the circuit source port and choose Edit Path Trace from the shortcut menu.

b. In the Circuit Path Trace window, enable the path trace expected string by choosing Auto or Manual from the Path Trace Mode drop-down list:

Auto—Uses the first string received from the port at the other path trace end as the current expected string. An alarm is raised when a string that differs from the baseline is received.

Manual—Uses the Current Expected String field as the baseline string. An alarm is raised when a string that differs from the Current Expected String is received.

c. If you set the Path Trace Mode field to Manual, enter the string that the circuit source should receive from the circuit destination in the New Expected String field. If you set Path Trace Mode to Auto, skip this step.

d. Click the Disable AIS and RDI if TIM-P is detected check box if you want to suppress the AIS and RDI when the VC3 or VC4 HP-TIM or LP-TIM alarm appears. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide for descriptions of alarms and conditions.

e. (Check box visibility depends on card selection) Click the Disable AIS on C2 Mis-Match check box if you want to suppress the AIS when a C2 mismatch occurs.

f. Click Apply.


Note It is not necessary to set the format (16 or 64 bytes) for the circuit source expected string; the path trace process automatically determines the format.


Step 11 After you set up the path trace, the received string appears in the Received field on the path trace setup window. The following options are available:

Click Hex Mode to display path trace in hexadecimal format. The button name changes to ASCII Mode. Click it to return the path trace to ASCII format.

Click Reset to reread values from the port.

Click Default to return to the path trace default settings (Path Trace Mode is set to Off and the New Transmit and New Expected Strings are null).


Caution Clicking Default generates alarms if the port on the other end is provisioned with a different string.

The expect and receive strings are updated every few seconds if the Path Trace Mode field is set to Auto or Manual.

Step 12 Click Close.

When you display the detailed circuit window, path trace is indicated by an M (manual path trace) or an A (automatic path trace) at the circuit source and destination ports.

Step 13 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D265 Change the Login Legal Disclaimer

Purpose

This task modifies the legal disclaimer statement shown in the CTC login window so that it will display customer-specific information when users log into the network.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > Security > Legal Disclaimer > HTML tabs.

Step 2 The existing statement is a default, non-customer-specific disclaimer. If you want to edit this statement with specifics for your company, you can change the text. Use the HTML commands in Table 19-4 to format the text as needed.

Table 19-4 HTML Commands for Formatting Legal Disclaimer

Command
Description

<b>

Begins boldface font

</b>

Ends boldface font

<center>

Aligns type in the center of the window

</center>

Ends the center alignment

<font=n, where n = point size>

Changes the font to the new size

</font>

Ends the font size command

<p>

Creates a line break

<sub>

Begins subscript

</sub>

Ends subscript

<sup>

Begins superscript

</sup>

Ends superscript

<u>

Starts underline

</u>

Ends underline


Step 3 If you want to preview your changed statement and formatting, click the Preview subtab.

Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D266 Change IP Settings

Purpose

This task changes the IP address, subnet mask, default router, DHCP access, firewall access, and proxy server settings for the ONS 15454 SDH.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Caution Changing the node IP address, subnet mask, or IIOP listener port causes the TCC2/TCC2P cards to reboot. If Ethernet circuits using STP originate or terminate on E-Series Ethernet cards installed in the node, circuit traffic will be lost for several minutes while the spanning trees reconverge. Other circuits are not affected by TCC2/TCC2P card reboots.


Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > Network > General tabs.

Step 2 Change any of the following:

IP Address

Suppress CTC IP Display

LCD IP Setting

Default Router

Forward DHCP Requests To

MAC Address

Net/Subnet Mask Length

TCC CORBA (IIOP) Listener Port

Gateway Settings

See the "DLP-D249 Provision IP Settings" task for detailed field descriptions.

Step 3 Click Apply.

If you changed a network field that will cause the node to reboot, the Change Network Configuration confirmation dialog box appears. If you changed a gateway setting, a confirmation appropriate to the gateway field appears.

Step 4 If a confirmation dialog box appears, click Yes.

If you changed an IP address, subnet mask length, or TCC CORBA (IIOP) Listener Port, both ONS 15454 SDH TCC2/TCC2P cards will reboot, one at a time.

Step 5 Confirm that the changes appear. If the changes do not appear, repeat the task. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide as necessary.

Step 6 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D268 Apply a Custom Network View Background Map

Purpose

This task changes the background image or map on the CTC network view.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Note You can replace the network view background image with any JPEG or GIF image that is accessible on a local or network drive. If you apply a custom image, the change is stored in your CTC user profile on the computer. The change does not affect other CTC users.



Step 1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences > Map and uncheck the Use Default Map check box.

Step 2 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 3 Right-click the network or domain map and select Set Background Image.

Step 4 Click Browse. Navigate to the graphic file you want to use as a background.

Step 5 Select the file. Click Open.

Step 6 Click Apply and then click OK.

Step 7 If the ONS 15454 SDH icons are not visible, right-click the network view and choose Zoom Out. Repeat this step until all the ONS 15454 SDH icons are visible.

Step 8 If you need to reposition the node icons, drag and drop them one at a time to a new location on the map.

Step 9 If you want to change the magnification of the icons, right-click the network view and choose Zoom In. Repeat until the ONS 15454 SDH icons appear at the magnification you want.

Step 10 At the network view, use the CTC toolbar Zoom buttons (or right-click the graphic area and select a Zoom command from the shortcut menu) to set the area of the image you want to view.

Step 11 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D269 Enable Dialog Box Do-Not-Display Option

Purpose

This task enables a user-selected do-not-display dialog box preference for subsequent sessions. It can also be used to disable the do-not-display option.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Note If any user who has rights to perform an operation (for example, creating a circuit) selects the "Do not show this dialog again" check box on a dialog box, the dialog box is not displayed for any other users who perform that operation on the network from the same computer unless the command is overridden using the following task. (The preference is stored on the CTC computer, not in the node database.)



Step 1 From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

Step 2 In the Preferences dialog box, click the General tab.

The Preferences Management area lists all dialog boxes where "Do not show this dialog again" is enabled.

Step 3 Choose one of the following options, or uncheck the individual dialog boxes that you want to appear:

Don't Show Any—Hides all do-not-display check boxes.

Show All—Overrides do-not-display check box selections and displays all dialog boxes.

Step 4 Click OK.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D271 Change Node Security Policy on a Single Node

Purpose

This task changes the security policy for a single node, including idle user timeouts, user lockouts, password changes, and concurrent login policies.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > Security > Policy tabs.

Step 2 If you want to modify the idle user timeout period, click the hour (H) and minute (M) arrows in the Idle User Timeout area for the security level you want to provision: RETRIEVE, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, or SUPERUSER ONLY. The idle period time range is 0 and 16 hours, and 0 and 59 minutes. The user is logged out after the idle user timeout period is reached.

Step 3 In the User Lockout area, you can modify the following:

Failed Logins Before Lockout—The number of failed login attempts a user can make before the user is locked out from the node. You can choose a value between 0 and 10.

Manual Unlock by Superuser only—Allows a user with SUPERUSER ONLY privileges to manually unlock a user who has been locked out from a node.

Lockout Duration—Sets the amount of time the user will be locked out after a failed login. You can choose a value between 0 and 10 minutes, and 0 and 55 seconds (in five-second intervals).

Step 4 In the Password Change area, you can modify the following:

Prevent Reusing Last [ ] Passwords—Choose a value between 1 and 10 to set the number of different passwords the user must create before they can reuse a password.

Cannot Change New Password for [ ] days—If checked, prevents users from changing their password for the specified period. The range is 20 to 95 days.

Require Password Change on First Login to New Account—If checked, requires users to change their password the first time they log into their account.

Step 5 To require users to change their password at periodic intervals, check the Enforce Password Aging check box in the Password Aging area. If checked, provision the following parameters:

Aging Period—Sets the amount of time that must pass before the user must change their password for each security level: RETRIEVE, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, SUPERUSER ONLY. The range is 20 to 95 days.

Warning—Sets the number days the user will be warned to change his or her password for each security level. The range is 2 to 20 days.

Step 6 In the Other area, you can provision the following:

Single Session Per UserIf checked, limits users to one login session at one time.

Disable Inactive User—If checked, disables users who do not log into the node for the period of time specified in the Inactive Duration box. The Inactive Duration range is 45 to 90 days.

Step 7 Click Apply. Confirm that the changes appear; if not, repeat the task.

Step 8 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D272 Change Node Security Policy on Multiple Nodes

Purpose

This task changes the security policy for multiple nodes including idle user timeouts, user lockouts, password change, and concurrent login policies.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Superuser



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > Security > Policy tabs. A read-only table of nodes and their policies appears.

Step 3 Click a node in the table that you want to modify, then click the Change button.

Step 4 If you want to modify the idle user timeout period, click the hour (H) and minute (M) arrows in the Idle User Timeout area for the security level you want to provision: RETRIEVE, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, or SUPERUSER ONLY. The idle period time range is 0 and 16 hours, and 0 and 59 minutes. The user is logged out after the idle user timeout period is reached.

Step 5 In the User Lockout area, you can modify the following:

Failed Logins Before Lockout—The number of failed login attempts a user can make before the user is locked out from the node. You can choose a value between 0 and 10.

Manual Unlock by Superuser only—Allows a user with Superuser only privileges to manually unlock a user who has been locked out from a node.

Lockout Duration—Sets the amount of time the user will be locked out after a failed login. You can choose a value between 0 and 10 minutes, and 0 and 55 seconds (in five-second intervals).

Step 6 In the Password Change area, you can modify the following:

Prevent Reusing Last [ ] Passwords—Choose a value between 1 and 10 to set the number of different passwords the user must create before they can reuse a password.

Cannot Change New Password for [ ] days—If checked, prevents users from changing their password for the specified period. The range is 20 to 95 days.

Require Password Change on First Login to New Account—If checked, requires users to change their password the first time they log into their account.

Step 7 To require users to change their password at periodic intervals, check the Enforce Password Aging check box in the Password Aging area. If checked, provision the following parameters:

Aging Period—Sets the amount of time that must pass before the user must change their password for each security level: RETRIEVE, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, and SUPERUSER ONLY. The range is 20 to 95 days.

Warning—Sets the number days the user will be warned to change their password for each security level. The range is 2 to 20 days.

Step 8 In the Other area, you can provision the following:

Single Session Per UserIf checked, limits users to one login session at one time.

Disable Inactive User—If checked, disables users who do not log into the node for the period of time specified in the Inactive Duration box. The Inactive Duration range is 45 to 90 days.

Step 9 In the Select Applicable Nodes area, uncheck any nodes where you do not want to apply the changes.

Step 10 Click OK.

Step 11 In the Security Policy Change Results dialog box, confirm the changes and click OK.

Step 12 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D273 Modify SNMP Trap Destination

Purpose

This task modifies the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap destination on an ONS 15454 SDH including community name, default User Datagram Protocol (UDP) port, SNMP trap version, and maximum traps per second.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Step 1 In node view, click the Provisioning > SNMP tabs.

Step 2 Select a trap in the Trap Destinations dialog box.

For a description of SNMP traps, see the "SNMP" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide.

Step 3 Type the new SNMP community name in the Community field.


Note The community name is a form of authentication and access control. The community name assigned to the ONS 15454 SDH is case-sensitive and must match the community name of the network management system.



Note The default UDP port for SNMP is 162.


Step 4 Set the Trap Version field for either SNMPv1 or SNMPv2.

Refer to your NMS documentation to determine whether to use SNMPv1 or SNMPv2.

Step 5 If you want to allow the ONS 15454 SDH SNMP agent to accept SNMP SET requests on certain MIBs, check the Allow SNMP Sets check box. If the box is not checked, SET requests are rejected.

Step 6 If you want to allow the ONS 15454 SDH SNMP agent to serve as a proxy (that is, it relays the traps to an ONS 15454 SDH that is directly connected to an SNMP destination), check the Allow SNMP Proxy check box. If the box is not checked, the ONS 15454 SDH will not relay the traps.

Step 7 Click Apply.

Step 8 SNMP settings are now configured. To view SNMP information for each node, highlight the node IP address in the Trap Destinations area of the SNMP window. Confirm that the changes appear; if not repeat the task.

Step 9 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D293 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a Two-Fiber MS-SPRing

Purpose

This task upgrades a two-fiber MS-SPRing span to a higher optical rate. To downgrade an optical span in a two-fiber MS-SPRing, repeat this task but choose a lower-rate card in Step 5.

Tools/Equipment

Higher-rate cards

Compatible hardware necessary for the upgrade

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Warning Do not reach into a vacant slot or chassis while you install or remove a module or a fan. Exposed circuitry could constitute an energy hazard. Statement 206



Note All spans connecting the nodes in an MS-SPRing must be upgraded before the bandwidth is available.



Note If you are upgrading a span on an MS-SPRing, a MSSP-OSYNC alarm will appear in the alarms list. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide for information about this alarm.



Step 1 Apply a Force switch to both span endpoints (nodes) on the span that you will upgrade first. See "DLP-D303 Initiate an MS-SPRing Force Ring Switch" task on page 20-3.

Step 2 Remove the fiber from both endpoints and ensure that traffic is still running.

Step 3 Remove the STM-N cards from both endpoints.

Step 4 From both endpoints, in node view right-click each STM-N slot and choose Change Card.

Step 5 In the Change Card dialog box, choose the new STM-N card type.

Step 6 Click OK.

Step 7 Complete the "NTP-D16 Install the STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-7 to install the new STM-N cards in both endpoints.

Step 8 Verify that the transmit signal falls within the acceptable range. See Table 2-3 on page 2-15 for STM-N card transmit and receive levels.

Step 9 Complete the "DLP-D338 Install Fiber-Optic Cables for MS-SPRing Configurations" task on page 20-37 to attach the fiber to the cards. Wait for the IMPROPRMVL alarm to clear and the cards to become active.

Step 10 When cards in both endpoint nodes have been successfully upgraded and all the facility alarms (LOS, SD, or SF) are cleared, remove the Force switch from both endpoints on the upgraded span. See the "DLP-D194 Clear an MS-SPRing Force Ring Switch" task on page 18-35.

Step 11 Repeat this task for each span in the MS-SPRing. When you are done with all of the spans, the upgrade is complete.

Step 12 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D294 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a Four-Fiber MS-SPRing

Purpose

This task upgrades a four-fiber MS-SPRing span to a higher optical rate. Repeat the task to upgrade each span in the ring to the higher optical rate. To downgrade an optical span in a four-fiber MS-SPRing, repeat this task but choose a lower-rate card in Step 5.

Tools/Equipment

Higher-rate cards

Compatible hardware necessary for the upgrade

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Warning Do not reach into a vacant slot or chassis while you install or remove a module or a fan. Exposed circuitry could constitute an energy hazard. Statement 206



Note All spans connecting the nodes in an MS-SPRing must be upgraded before the bandwidth is available.



Note If you are upgrading a span on an MS-SPRing, a MSSP-OSYNC alarm will appear in the alarms list. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide for information about this alarm.



Step 1 Apply a Force switch to both span endpoints (nodes) on the span that you will upgrade first. See the "DLP-D303 Initiate an MS-SPRing Force Ring Switch" task on page 20-3.

Step 2 Remove the fiber from both working and protect cards at both span endpoints (nodes) and ensure that traffic is still running.

Step 3 Remove the STM-N cards from both endpoints.

Step 4 For both ends of the span endpoints, in node view right-click each STM-N slot and choose Change Card.

Step 5 In the Change Card dialog box, choose the new STM-N card type.

Step 6 Click OK.

Step 7 Complete the "NTP-D16 Install the STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-7 to install the new STM-N cards in both endpoints.

Step 8 Verify that the transmit signal falls within the acceptable range. See Table 2-3 on page 2-15 for STM-N card transmit and receive levels.

Step 9 Complete the "DLP-D338 Install Fiber-Optic Cables for MS-SPRing Configurations" task on page 20-37 to attach the fiber to the cards. Wait for the IMPROPRMVL alarm to clear and the cards to become active.

Step 10 When cards in both endpoint nodes have been successfully upgraded and all the facility alarms (LOS, SD, or SF) are cleared, remove the Force switch from both endpoints (nodes) on the upgraded span. See the "DLP-D194 Clear an MS-SPRing Force Ring Switch" task on page 18-35.

Step 11 Repeat these steps for each span in the MS-SPRing. When all spans in the MS-SPRing have been upgraded, the ring is upgraded.

Step 12 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D295 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on an SNCP

Purpose

This task upgrades SNCP spans to a higher optical speed. Repeat the task to upgrade each span, and thus the entire ring, to the higher optical rate. To downgrade an optical span in an SNCP ring, repeat this task but choose a lower-rate card in Step 5.

Tools/Equipment

Higher-rate cards

Compatible hardware necessary for the upgrade

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Warning Do not reach into a vacant slot or chassis while you install or remove a module or a fan. Exposed circuitry could constitute an energy hazard. Statement 206



Step 1 Complete the "DLP-D197 Initiate an SNCP Force Switch" task on page 18-37 to apply a Force switch on the span that you will upgrade.

Step 2 Remove the fiber from both endpoint nodes in the span and ensure that traffic is still running.

Step 3 Remove the STM-N cards from both span endpoints.

Step 4 For both ends of the span, in node view right-click each STM-N slot and choose Change Card.

Step 5 In the Change Card dialog box, choose the new STM-N card type.

Step 6 Click OK.

Step 7 Complete the "NTP-D16 Install the STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-7 to install the new STM-N cards in both endpoints.

Step 8 Verify that the transmit signal falls within the acceptable range. See Table 2-3 on page 2-15 for STM-N card transmit and receive levels.

Step 9 Complete the "DLP-D337 Install Fiber-Optic Cables for SNCP Configurations" task on page 20-34 to attach the fiber to the cards. Wait for the IMPROPRMVL alarm to clear and the cards to become active.

Step 10 Complete the "DLP-D198 Clear an SNCP Force Switch" task on page 18-38 when cards in both endpoint nodes have been successfully upgraded and all the facility alarms (LOS, SD, or SF) are cleared.

Step 11 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D296 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on a 1+1 Protection Group

Purpose

This task upgrades a 1+1 protection group span. To downgrade an optical span, repeat this task but choose a lower-rate card in Step 6.

Tools/Equipment

Higher-rate cards

Compatible hardware necessary for the upgrade

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Warning Do not reach into a vacant slot or chassis while you install or remove a module or a fan. Exposed circuitry could constitute an energy hazard. Statement 206



Step 1 Initiate a Force switch on the ports you will upgrade, beginning with the protect port:


Note If the switching mode is bidirectional in the 1+1 protection group, apply the Force command to only one end of the span. If the Force command is applied to both ends when the switching mode is bidirectional, it will cause a switch of more than 50 ms in duration.


a. In node view, click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

b. Choose the protection group from the Protection Groups area. In the Selected Group area, the working and protect spans appear.

c. In the Selected Group area, click the protect STM-N port.

d. In Switch Commands, choose Force.

e. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

FORCE-SWITCH-TO-WORKING appears next to the forced span.

Step 2 Repeat Step 1 for each port you will upgrade.

Step 3 Remove the fiber from both ends of the span and ensure that traffic is still running.

Step 4 Remove the STM-N cards from both span endpoints.

Step 5 At both ends of the span, in node view, right-click the STM-N slot and choose Change Card.

Step 6 In the Change Card dialog box, choose the new STM-N card type.

Step 7 Click OK.

Step 8 Complete the "NTP-D16 Install the STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-7 to install the new STM-N cards in both endpoints.

Step 9 Verify that the transmit signal falls within the acceptable range. See Table 2-3 on page 2-15 for STM-N card transmit and receive levels.

Step 10 Complete the "NTP-D19 Install Fiber-Optic Cables on STM-N Cards" procedure on page 2-14 to attach the fiber to the cards. Wait for the IMPROPRMVL alarm to clear and the cards to become active.

Step 11 When cards on each end of the span have been successfully upgraded and all the facility alarms (LOS, SD, or SF) are cleared, remove the Force switch:

a. In node view, click the Maintenance > Protection tabs.

b. In the Protection Groups area, click the protection group that contains the card/port you want to clear.

c. In the Selected Group area, click the card you want to clear.

d. In the Switch Commands area, choose Clear.

e. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

Step 12 Repeat this task for any other spans in the 1+1 linear configuration.

Step 13 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D297 Perform a Manual Span Upgrade on an Unprotected Span

Purpose

This task manually upgrades unprotected spans to a higher optical rate.

Tools/Equipment

Higher-rate cards

Compatible hardware necessary for the upgrade

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Warning Do not reach into a vacant slot or chassis while you install or remove a module or a fan. Exposed circuitry could constitute an energy hazard. Statement 206



Caution Upgrading unprotected spans will cause all traffic running on those spans to be lost.


Caution Removing the fiber will cause all traffic on the unprotected span to be lost.


Step 1 Remove the fiber from both endpoint nodes in the span.

Step 2 Remove the STM-N cards from both span endpoints.

Step 3 For both ends of the span, in node view, right-click each STM-N slot and choose Change Card.

Step 4 In the Change Card dialog box, choose the new STM-N type.

Step 5 Click OK.

Step 6 When you have finished Steps 3 through 5 for both nodes, install the new STM-N cards in both endpoints and attach the fiber to the cards. Wait for the IMPROPRMVL alarm to clear and the cards to become active.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D298 Check the Network for Alarms and Conditions

Purpose

This task verifies that no alarms or conditions exist on the network.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Retrieve or higher



Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View. Verify that all affected spans on the network map are green.

Step 2 Verify that the affected spans do not have active switches on the network map. Span ring switches are represented by the letters "L" for lockout ring, "F" for Force ring, "M" for Manual ring, and "E" for Exercise ring.

Step 3 A second verification method can be performed from the Conditions tab. Click Retrieve Conditions and verify that no switches are active. Make sure the Filter button is not selected.

Step 4 Click the Alarms tab.

a. Verify that the alarm filter is not on. See the "DLP-D227 Disable Alarm Filtering" task as necessary.

b. Verify that no unexplained alarms appear on the network. If alarms appear, investigate and resolve them before continuing. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 Troubleshooting Guide for procedures.

Step 5 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).


DLP-D299 Initiate an MS-SPRing Span Lockout

Purpose

This task performs an MS-SPRing span lockout, which prevents traffic from switching to the locked-out span.

Tools/Equipment

None

Prerequisite Procedures

DLP-D60 Log into CTC, page 17-47

Required/As Needed

As needed

Onsite/Remote

Onsite or remote

Security Level

Provisioning or higher



Caution Traffic is not protected during a span lockout.


Step 1 From the View menu, choose Go to Network View.

Step 2 Click the Provisioning > MS-SPRing tabs.

Step 3 Choose the MS-SPRing and click Edit.


Tip To move an icon to a new location, for example, to see MS-SPRing channel (port) information more clearly, click an icon on the Edit MS-SPRing network graphic and while pressing Ctrl, drag the icon to a new location.


Step 4 To lock out a west span:

a. Right-click any MS-SPRing node west channel (port) and choose Set West Protection Operation. Figure 19-1 shows an example.


Note For two-fiber MS-SPRings, the squares on the node icons represent the MS-SPRing working and protect channels. You can right-click either channel. For four-fiber MS-SPRings, the squares represent ports. Right-click either working port.


b. In the Set West Protection Operation dialog box, choose LOCKOUT SPAN from the drop-down list. Click OK.

c. In the Confirm MS-SPRing Operation dialog box, click Yes. An "L" indicating the lockout appears on the selected channel (port) where you invoked the protection switch.

Performing a lockout switch generates LKOUTPR-S and FE-LOCKOUTOFPR-SPAN conditions.

Step 5 To lock out an east span:

a. Right-click the node's east channel (port) and choose Set East Protection Operation.

b. In the Set East Protection Operation dialog box, choose LOCKOUT SPAN from the drop-down list. Click OK.

c. In the Confirm MS-SPRing Operation dialog box, click Yes. An "L" indicating the lockout appears on the selected channel (port) where you invoked the protection switch.

Performing a lockout switch generates LKOUTPR-S and FE-LOCKOUTOFPR-SPAN conditions.

Step 6 From the File menu, choose Close.

Step 7 Return to your originating procedure (NTP).