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Cisco ONS 15305 Quick Installation Guide

Obtaining Documentation

Cisco.com

Documentation DVD

Ordering Documentation

Documentation Feedback

Cisco Product Security Overview

Reporting Security Problems in Cisco Products

Obtaining Technical Assistance

Cisco Technical Support Website

Submitting a Service Request

Definitions of Service Request Severity

Obtaining Additional Publications and Information

Quick Overview

Before Starting

Translated Warnings

Power Disconnection Warning

Laser Radiation Warning

Installation Materials for ONS 15305

Installing the ONS 15305

Installing the ONS 15305 in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack

Installing 48-V Power and Ground to the ONS 15305

Installing the ONS 15305 AC 230V Power

Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305

Installing Service Modules

Small Form-Factor Pluggable Modules

Interconnections and Cable Handling

Installation Checklist for ONS 15305

ONSCLI—Command Line Interface

Commissioning the IP Address Using the VT100 Interface

Accessing the ONSCLI

Syntax Rules

Basic Command Syntax

Initial Configuration

Configure Community-handler

Assign an IP Address

Change Passwords

Erase a Community String

Further Configuration of ONS 15305


Quick Start Guide

Cisco ONS 15305 Quick Installation Guide


Release 2.0

December 2004

   

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Reporting Security Problems in Cisco Products

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Note Use the Cisco Product Identification (CPI) tool to locate your product serial number before submitting a web or phone request for service. You can access the CPI tool from the Cisco Technical Support Website by clicking the Tools & Resources link under Documentation & Tools. Choose Cisco Product Identification Tool from the Alphabetical Index drop-down list, or click the Cisco Product Identification Tool link under Alerts & RMAs. The CPI tool offers three search options: by product ID or model name; by tree view; or for certain products, by copying and pasting show command output. Search results show an illustration of your product with the serial number label location highlighted. Locate the serial number label on your product and record the information before placing a service call.


Submitting a Service Request

Using the online TAC Service Request Tool is the fastest way to open S3 and S4 service requests. (S3 and S4 service requests are those in which your network is minimally impaired or for which you require product information.) After you describe your situation, the TAC Service Request Tool provides recommended solutions. If your issue is not resolved using the recommended resources, your service request is assigned to a Cisco TAC engineer. The TAC Service Request Tool is located at this URL:

http://www.cisco.com/techsupport/servicerequest

For S1 or S2 service requests or if you do not have Internet access, contact the Cisco TAC by telephone. (S1 or S2 service requests are those in which your production network is down or severely degraded.) Cisco TAC engineers are assigned immediately to S1 and S2 service requests to help keep your business operations running smoothly.

To open a service request by telephone, use one of the following numbers:

Asia-Pacific: +61 2 8446 7411 (Australia: 1 800 805 227)
EMEA: +32 2 704 55 55
USA: 1 800 553-2447

For a complete list of Cisco TAC contacts, go to this URL:

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Definitions of Service Request Severity

To ensure that all service requests are reported in a standard format, Cisco has established severity definitions.

Severity 1 (S1)—Your network is "down," or there is a critical impact to your business operations. You and Cisco will commit all necessary resources around the clock to resolve the situation.

Severity 2 (S2)—Operation of an existing network is severely degraded, or significant aspects of your business operation are negatively affected by inadequate performance of Cisco products. You and Cisco will commit full-time resources during normal business hours to resolve the situation.

Severity 3 (S3)—Operational performance of your network is impaired, but most business operations remain functional. You and Cisco will commit resources during normal business hours to restore service to satisfactory levels.

Severity 4 (S4)—You require information or assistance with Cisco product capabilities, installation, or configuration. There is little or no effect on your business operations.

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6 Quick Overview

The ONS 15305 is a traffic concentrator that supports different types of transmission media. It can be used in networks based on fiber and copper media. The ONS 15305 concentrates both IP and TDM traffic and is able to interface to both TDM and IP backbone networks. The TDM part of the ONS 15305 is a cross-connect that can work as a terminal multiplexer, add/drop multiplexer, or nonblocking cross-connect. The IP part consists of a L2 switch.

The ONS 15305 is a very small device with a very high port density. It is also designed to be flexible and highly scalable. It is targeted for a number of different applications. Please refer to the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide for further details.

The ONS 15305 is a very flexible device owing to its modular design. The ONS 15305 consists of a chassis with a motherboard with room for up to eight plug-in modules. Four of the plug-in modules are interface modules. The remaining four modules are: two redundant power supply modules, one fan module, and one system controller module. The ONS 15305 is a very flexible network component that can be used in star, ring, chained, and meshed networks.

7 Before Starting

This guide provides basic instructions for installing the Cisco ONS 15305 system and contains information about installing the ONS 15305 and commissioning the ONS 15305.

Use this guide as a general reference when performing an installation. For detailed installation instructions, refer to the most recent Cisco ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide.


Warning Always use the supplied ESD wristband when working with an ONS 15305. Plug the wristband cable into the ESD jack of the rack assembly and ensure the rack assembly is properly grounded.


8 Translated Warnings

Power Disconnection Warning

 

Warning Before working on a system that has an on/off switch, turn OFF the power and unplug the power cord.

Waarschuwing

Voordat u aan een systeem werkt dat een aan/uit schakelaar heeft, dient u de stroomvoorziening UIT te schakelen en de stekker van het netsnoer uit het stopcontact te halen.

Varoitus

Ennen kuin teet mitään sellaiselle järjestelmälle, jossa on kaksiasentokytkin, katkaise siitä virta ja kytke virtajohto irti.

Attention

Avant de travailler sur un système équipé d'un commutateur marche-arrêt, mettre l'appareil à l'arrêt (OFF) et débrancher le cordon d'alimentation.

Warnung

Bevor Sie an einem System mit Ein/Aus-Schalter arbeiten, schalten Sie das System AUS und ziehen das Netzkabel aus der Steckdose.

Avvertenza

Prima di lavorare su un sistema dotato di un interruttore on/off, spegnere (OFF) il sistema e staccare il cavo dell'alimentazione.

Advarsel

Slå AV strømmen og trekk ut strømledningen før det utføres arbeid på et system som er utstyrt med en av/på-bryter.

Aviso

Antes de começar a trabalhar num sistema que tem um interruptor on/off, DESLIGUE a corrente eléctrica e retire o cabo de alimentação da tomada.

¡Advertencia!

Antes de utilizar cualquier sistema equipado con interruptor de Encendido/Apagado (ON/OFF), cortar la alimentación y desenchufar el cable de alimentación.

Varning!

Slå AV strömmen och dra ur nätsladden innan du utför arbete på ett system med strömbrytare.


Laser Radiation Warning

 

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

Waarschuwing

Losgekoppelde of losgeraakte glasvezels of aansluitingen kunnenonzichtbare laserstraling produceren. Kijk niet rechtstreeks in de straling en gebruik geen optische instrumenten rond deze glasvezels of aansluitingen.

 

Varoitus

Irrotetuista kuiduista tai liittimistä voi tulla näkymätöntä lasersäteilyä. Älä tuijota säteitä tai katso niitä suoraan optisilla välineillä.

 

Attention

Les fibres ou connecteurs débranchés risquent d'émettre des rayonnements laser invisibles à l'œil. Ne regardez jamais directement les faisceaux laser à l'œil nu, ni d'ailleurs avec des instruments optiques.

 

Warnung

Unterbrochene Fasern oder Steckerverbindungenkönnen unsichtbare Laserstrahlung abgeben.. Blicken Sie weder mit bloßem Auge noch mit optischen Instrumenten direkt in Laserstrahlen.

Avvertenza

Le fibre ottiche ed i relativi connettori possono emettere radiazioni laser. I fasci di luce non devono mai essere osservati direttamente o attraverso strumenti ottici.

 

Advarsel

Det kan forekomme usynlig laserstråling fra fiber eller kontakter som er frakoblet. Stirr ikke direkte inn i strålene eller se på dem direkte gjennom et optisk instrument.

 

Aviso

Radiação laser invisível pode ser emitida de conectores ou fibras desconectadas. Não olhe diretamente para os feixes ou com instrumentos ópticos.

¡Advertencia!

Es posible que las fibras desconectadas emitan radiación láser invisible. No fije la vista en los rayos ni examine éstos con instrumentos ópticos.

 

Varning!

Osynlig laserstrålning kan avges från frånkopplade fibrer eller kontaktdon. Rikta inte blicken in i strålar och titta aldrig direkt på dem med hjälp av optiska instrument.


9 Installation Materials for ONS 15305

Several items are needed to complete the installation of the ONS 15305. Some of these items are supplied by Cisco and some need to be supplied by the user. The following are the Cisco-supplied materials:

48 V power connector (accompanying DC module)

ESD wrist strap with cable

Release hook (for service module extracting)

2 brackets (19 in. [482.6 mm])

2 Brackets (ETSI)

Mounting screws and washer lock

4 rubber feet for table placing

Connection cable for connection between ONS 15305 (EIA/TIA-232) and PC/laptop (RJ-45)

The following materials, tools, and equipment are recommended but are not supplied with the ONS 15305:

Fuse panel

Power cable (from fuse to power connector), #18 AWG (0.75 mm²) up to #16 AWG (1.5 mm²) with four rigid wires

Single-mode cable with LC connectors

Fiber connector inspection instruments (Cisco recommends Video Microscopes)

Cleaning equipment

Caps for optical connectors (LC)

Labels

Installation material for mounting the ONS 15305 in the rack

#1 Phillips screwdriver

#3 Phillips screwdriver

Voltmeter

Power meter (for use with fiber optics only)

Bit error rate (BER) tester

CAT-5 cables to interconnect the ONS 15305 and ONS 15454

10 Installing the ONS 15305

To install the ONS 15305, complete the following procedures:

1. Installing the ONS 15305 in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack

2. Installing 48-V Power and Ground to the ONS 15305

3. Installing the ONS 15305 AC 230V Power

4. Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305

5. Installing Service Modules

6. Installing the Ground Connector

7. Installing the ONS 15305 Fiber Cable

8. Connecting the Fiber Cable

9. Installing the ONS 15305 Electrical Cable

10. Connecting the Electrical Cables

Installing the ONS 15305 in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack

The shelf assembly is allocated for installation in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) rack.


Note You can also install the ONS 15305 in a ETSI rack (23.6 in [600-mm]) rack by using extension brackets to convert it. You need two 1-RU extension brackets for this procedure. The brackets are ordered separately.



Step 1 Depending on back access issues, choose a side to use as the front. See Figure 1 and Figure 2.

Step 2 Remove the two Phillips screws on the left and right and install the brackets with longer Phillips screws that are also in the plastic bag.

Step 3 Move the ONS 15305 to the desired rack position ( Figure 1 and Figure 2).

Step 4 Secure the ONS 15305 to the rack. Tighten the ONS 15305 with four screws ( Figure 1 and Figure 2).

Figure 1 Front Face-Out in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack

Figure 2 Connector Array in Front in a 19-in. (482.6-mm) Rack


Installing 48-V Power and Ground to the ONS 15305

The power needs to be properly installed and grounded for operation of the ONS 15305. Figure 3 shows the location of the 48-V connector.

Figure 3 Location of the Power Connector on the ONS 15305 Faceplate (Connector Array)

The ONS 15305 cabinet shall always be tied to a suitable earth reference potential as described in the "Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305" section. The 48-V power interface of ONS 15305 is galvanically insulated from the cabinet. The positive pole of the 48-V supply (0 VDC) shall always be connected to the same earth potential at the station battery on the PDP side. Use the following procedure to install power and ground to the ONS 15305:


Warning Before installing power to the ONS 15305, remove the fuses from both the A and B sides of the battery distribution bay (BDB) and power distribution panel (PDP). Failure to do so can result in injury or death.



Step 1 Remove the A- and B-side fuses from the BDB and the PDP.

Step 2 Connect according to Table 1.

Table 1

Wire Color Coding
Wire Carrying

Brown

0V

Blue

-48 VDC

Black

-48 VDC

Green/yellow

GND


Power Wire Colors and Function


Note Be sure that the power cable is connected with the correct polarity.



Note The ONS 15305 power cannot be switched off with a separate power switch.



Installing the ONS 15305 AC 230V Power

The following sections explain how to install ONS 15305 AC power connections.


Warning Please follow the safety precautions below when installing or removing the AC 230V module.



Warning Before performing any of the following procedures, ensure that power is removed from the AC circuit.



Warning The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times, because it serves as the main disconnecting device.



Caution Static electricity can damage electronic equipment. While unpacking and handling electronic modules, wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. Grounding wrist straps are designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Before making the necessary interconnections, connect the grounding wrist strap.

Figure 4 shows the AC 230V module.

Figure 4 AC 230V Module

AC 230V Module Not Installed in ONS 15305


Warning If the AC 230V module is not installed in ONS 15305, do not connect the power cable to mains. This will cause condensators inside the module to charge. Even if the power cable is removed from an uninstalled module, the discharge time will be long. Thus, touching the module will cause a hazardous discharge.


Power On


Warning Insert the AC 230V module into ONS 15305 before connecting the power cable to the mains.



Step 1 Insert the AC 230V module into the ONS 15305 device.

Step 2 Connect the AC power cable to the mains.


Power Off


Warning Do not remove the AC 230V module when the module is connected to the mains. Make sure that the power cable is disconnected before removing the module.



Caution To avoid hazardous discharge, please wait some minutes before removing the module.


Step 1 Remove the power cable from the mains.

Step 2 Please wait some minutes before removing the module, to avoid hazardous discharge.

Step 3 Remove the AC 230V module if necessary.


Installing External Ground to the ONS 15305

It is vital that the ONS 15305 cabinet is properly grounded. When installed in a rack, the ONS 15305 cabinet will be tied to the rack reference potential through the mounting brackets (earth, ground potential).


Note Make sure that the ONS 15305 brackets are mounted on unpainted rack area.


When not installed in a rack, the cabinet can be tied to an earth reference potential through the ground connector of the power supply plug as shown in Figure 3, or by mounting an extra connector to one of the cabinet screws as shown in Figure 5.

Figure 5 Ground Connector Position on the ONS 15305

Installing the Ground Connector


Step 1 Remove the Phillips screw from the ONS 15305 ( Figure 5).

Step 2 Affix the flat connector with the washer and the socket screw on the ONS 15305 ( Figure 5).

Step 3 Insert the grounding cable in the flat cable plug and crimp the plug with a crimping tool ( Figure 6).

Step 4 Verify that the ground cable is affixed in the flat cable plug.

Step 5 Connect the flat cable plug to the flat connector.

Step 6 Route the ground cable securely to the local ground connector and connect it according to local site practice.


Figure 6 Connection of the Ground Cable with a Crimp Tool

Installing Service Modules

This section describes installation procedures that are common and independent of service module type. For details on each service module, see the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide. Interconnections and cabling are described in "Interconnections and Cable Handling" section.

It is possible to freely mix the four interface modules. There are no fixed positions for specific modules.


Note Due to a heat/power dissipation related to the S1.1-8-LC module, there is a limitation of only two modules per ONS 15305 chassis. This is only related to this module.



Note See the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide for further information about service module power consumption and examples of module configuration within the capacity of the power modules.


Insertion or withdrawal of new modules does not affect the other modules. No manual configuration is needed if a module is replaced with a module of the same type.

It is possible to protect a module by adding a redundant module in the chassis.

All modules store inventory data in nonvolatile memory. The inventory data is accessible from the system controller and the management system.

All modules contain a LED that indicates the status of the module. The LED is green when the module is active. The LED is red if the module is failed. The LED is extinguished when the module is deactivated.

All modules support hot insertion and removal. When the module is replaced the switch must be activated and then the MOD FAIL LED must be extinguished before the module is removed. It is also possible to deactivate the module from the Cisco Edge Craft terminal. A special tool, the Card Extraction Tool ( Figure 7) is needed to remove the module.

Figure 7 Card Extraction Tool

The following service modules are described in the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide:

Octal optical S-1.1 module (S1.1-8-LC)

Dual optical S-4.1 module (S4.1-2-LC)

Single optical S-16.1 module (S16.1-1-LC)

Dual optical LAN 1000BaseLX module (GigE-2-LC)

Octal LAN 10/100BaseTX module (E100-8)

Octal E1 tributary module (E1-8)

Hex E3/T3 tributary module (6xE3/T3-1.0/2.3)

High density 63xE1 module (E1-63)

Dual optical S-1.1 module (S1.1-2-LC)

Single optical L-16.1 module (L16.2-1-LC) (Long Haul)

Dual optical L4.2 module (L4.2-2-LC) (Long Haul)

Dual optical S-1.1+21x E1 module (S1.1-2-LC/E1-21)

Dual optical LAN 1000BaseLX module with mapper (GigE-WAN-2)

Octal LAN 10/100BaseTX module with mapper (E100-WAN-8)

Small Form-Factor Pluggable Modules

The Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) modules to be used together with the GigE-WAN-2 service module are available from Cisco.


Caution If using SFP modules other than those delivered from Cisco, Cisco disclaims responsibility of possible damage or malfunction that might occur to involved equipment.

For details about the installation of SFP modules, please see the following documents:

Installing GBIC, SFP and XFP Optics Modules in Cisco ONS 15454, 15327, 15600, and 15310 Platforms

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/ong/15400/454spint/gbicsfp.htm

Cisco Small Form-Factor Pluggable Modules Installation Notes

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps5000/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a008011c581.html#81099

Interconnections and Cable Handling

Installing the ONS 15305 Fiber Cable


Caution Static electricity can damage electronic equipment. While unpacking and handling electronic modules, wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. Grounding wrist straps are designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Before making the necessary interconnections, connect the grounding wrist strap.

To install fiber-optic cables in the ONS 15305, connect a fiber cable with LC connector type to the transmit and receive ports of the transmission system. On the ONS 15305 module, the transmit and receive ports are located at the connector array of the unit. The receive port is named IN and the transmit port is named OUT.

Cisco recommends that you label the transmit and receive fiber (before installation) to and from the optical transmission system at each end of the fiber span to avoid confusion with cables that are similar in appearance.


Warning Invisible laser radiation may be emitted from the end of the unterminated fiber cable or connector. Do not view directly with optical instruments. Viewing the laser output with certain optical instruments (for example, eye loupes, magnifiers, and microscopes) within a distance of 100 mm may pose an eye hazard.



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



Warning Class 1 laser product.


Connecting the Fiber Cable


Step 1 Remove the dust plugs from the LC (STM-1) connectors.

Step 2 Clean and inspect the LC jumper cable connectors.

Step 3 Connect the LC module input and output to the fiber termination rack.

Step 4 Repeat Step 1 to Step 3 for the protection cable if applicable.

Step 5 Guide the fiber through the cable ties mounted on the sides of the rack. The cable ties affix the fiber to the side of the rack to reduce the risk of fiber pinching.


Installing the ONS 15305 Electrical Cable


Caution Static electricity can damage electronic equipment. While unpacking and handling electronic modules, wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. Grounding wrist straps are designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Before making the necessary interconnections, connect the grounding wrist strap.

To install electrical connection cables in the ONS 15305, connect the electrical cable with the corresponding ports of the transmission system. On the ONS 15305 module, the electrical ports are located at the connector array of the system. Cisco recommends that you label the electrical cable at each end before installation to avoid confusion with cables that are similar in appearance.


Caution Follow all directions and warning labels when working with electrical cables.

Connecting the Electrical Cables


Step 1 Carefully connect the electrical cables to the customer-specified point.

Step 2 Repeat Step 1 for all other electrical cables.

Step 3 Guide the cables through the cable ties mounted on the sides of the rack. The cable ties are used to hold the cables to the side of the rack to reduce the risk of fiber pinching.



Warning With LFH cable, avoid sharp edges and excessive bending to protect the cable jacket. Always fasten the cable connectors with both fixing screws. If the connector is fixed with one screw only, this screw is likely to break if the cable is pulled by accident.


Installation Checklist for ONS 15305

The following list is an installation checklist. Use this list as a reference when performing an installation. For detailed installation instructions, refer to the Cisco ONS 15305 Installation and Setup Manual (Release 1.0). To check the installation, verify the following items:

ONS 15305 is mounted securely in the rack.

Power runs to the ONS 15252.

Power connections are fused properly (7A recommended).

-48 VDC (tolerance -40.5 to -60 VDC) power is present.

Transmit and receive fiber patchcords from the ONS 15454 are correctly connected to the ONS 15305.

Fiber-optic patchcords route through the rack.

Electrical cables route through the rack.

Each cable is labeled.


Note For connection to the ONS 15454, see Installing the Cisco ONS 15216 100 GHz DWDM Filters.


11 ONSCLI—Command Line Interface

ONSCLI is a line-oriented ASCII-based management interface to ONS 15305, by means of which simple commands—possibly with parameters—can be issued to access or modify the ONS 15305 configuration.

Commissioning the IP Address Using the VT100 Interface

A local terminal with VT100 emulation is required during the first commissioning of the network element in order to set up the necessary communications parameters enabling access to the element through Cisco Edge Craft over the management port. After the first commissioning, the VT100 interface can be used to modify the communications parameters and perform status checks of the network element. The VT100 interface is password protected.

Accessing the ONSCLI

The ONSCLI is accessed through the VT100 port or through an IP connection (Telnet). The serial connection communications parameters are fixed ( Table 2). VT100 terminal codes are used.

Table 2 EIA/TIA-232 Parameters

Parameter
Value

Speed

19200 bps

Data bits

8

Parity

None

Stop bits

1

Flow control

None


The VT100 port (Console port) for the ONS 15305 is provided using a RJ-45 connector. The cable for connecting the VT100 port to the serial port on the PC are provided.

Invoke ONSCLI


Step 1 Connect the VT100 interface of the network element to a free COM port of the PC running the Cisco Edge Craft application.

Step 2 A VT100 terminal application is available from the Cisco Edge Craft Logon window. Select Program > Cisco Edge Craft> Cisco Edge Craft.

Step 3 Double-click the VT100 icon in the lower right corner of the Logon window ( Figure 8).

Figure 8 Logon Window

.

Step 4 The terminal application launches ( Figure 9).

Figure 9 Start Window

Step 5 Enter the COM port name and select OK.

Step 6 An ONSCLI session is invoked by typing onscli in terminal window. User authentication (password, 6 to 12 ASCII characters) is required, as the following session start-up sequence shows. The default password is ONSCLI.

>ONSCLI
--------------------------------------------------
          ONS 15305 Command Line Interface
--------------------------------------------------

Enter ONSCLI password: ******
ONSCLI>

Step 7 When access has been granted, you can define the following parameters:

IP-Configuration(Management-Port): 
Show-Current-Alarms: 
Change-Passwords: Manage CLI/TELNET passwords 
Erase-CDB: 
Reset-Device: 
Display-Event-Log: 
Clear-Event-Log: 
Community-Handler: 
Management-Modes: 
Running-Config: 
Exit:

It is sufficient to type leading characters of the command name to avoid ambiguity—the same applies to keywords.


Note The management port IP address is a compulsory parameter, and must be specified by you. All the other parameters (except default gateway) are defaulted to pre-defined values if they are not specified.



Note The backspace or delete key can be used to edit the command line. Commands and keywords are not case-sensitive.



Incorrect Password

Each password characters is echoed as '*'. An incorrect password is rejected with the message:

invalid password

and the password prompt is reissued.

An authorized ONSCLI user obtains full access rights to the available management information.

Exit

The Exit command is used to terminate an ONSCLI session. The ONSCLI session is automatically terminated after a period of 30 minutes of inactivity. ONSCLI does not accept simultaneous sessions.

Syntax Rules

An ONSCLI command line begins with a prompt (issued by ONSCLI), which serves to indicate the current position in the command hierarchy.

An ONSCLI command is issued by typing the command and then pressing Enter. Optionally, and only at the lowest level in the command hierarchy, one or more parameters might be supplied. These are identified by keywords. The command name, parameter keywords, and parameter values are delimited by one or more spaces.


Note Only sufficient leading characters of the command name must be typed to avoid ambiguity. The same applies to keywords.


Table 3 Command Line Editing Features 

Command
Result

Delete or Backspace

Erases characters in the command line.

Arrow left

Moves the cursor to the left side.

Arrow right

Moves the cursor to the right side.

Arrow Up

Recalls the previous command in command history.

Return or Enter

At the command line, pressing the Return key performs the function of processing a command.

..

Returns to the previous command level.

\

Goes to the top command level.

?

Issues a list of commands valid at the current level, or shows the command usage.

Free

Shows VC-12 containers that are not yet utilized.

Used

Lists VC-12 containers that are in use.

Status

Presents current device and port status.

Exit

Exits ONSCLI.


Some commands (in particular, the Show command) can potentially produce many lines of output. After a predetermined number of lines of output in response to a single command, the user is prompted to enter y(es) or n(o) to continue the output. The line number limit is defined with the DISPLAY-LINES parameter of the Command-Line-Interface command.

Basic Command Syntax

A basic command has the following syntax:

Example 1 Basic Command Syntax

<basic command>      ::= [<path>]<command> [<parameter>]... <CR>
<path>               ::= [\]<command\>[<command>\]...
<command>            ::= <command name> | ..
<parameter>          ::= <spaces> <keyword>=<value> | ?
<value>              ::= <integer> |
							<choice> |
							<IP address> |
							<string> |
							<MAC address> |
							<NSAP address> |
							<time> |
							<date> |
							<KLM> |
							<portList> |
							<port>
<NSAP address>					::= <area address>:<system id>:<selector>
<portList>					::= <port>[,<port>]..
<areaAddressList>					::= <area address>[,<area address>]...

where:


<spaces>				is a string of one or more ASCII spaces;

<integer>				is a decimal integer in the range [m:n], where the values m and n are 
				context-dependent;

<choice>				is a literal string, whose permissable values and their significance are 
				context-dependent and may be obtained by using the help ("?") parameter;

<IP address>				is an IP address of the form ddd.ddd.ddd.ddd,  where d is a decimal digit. 
				Leading zeroes in each ddd may be omitted;

<string>				is a string of graphical ASCII characters, excluding  quotation marks ("). 
				If the string contains one or more spaces, then it MUST be enclosed in 
				quotation marks. The maximum length of the string is context-dependent;

<MAC address>				is exactly 12 hexadecimal digits;

<time>				is a time-of-day of the form hh:mm:ss, where h, m and s are decimal digits;

<date>				is a date of the form dd/mm/yy, where d, m and y are decimal digits;
<KLM>				is a string of the form k.l.m,  where k is a decimal digit in the range 
				[1:3],  l is a decimal digit  in the range [1:7], and  m is a decimal digit 
				in the range [1:3]. 
<port>				is a decimal integer;
<area address>				is a hexadecimal string;
<system id>				is a hexadecimal string;
<selector>				is a hexadecimal string;

The Help Command

Press the question mark (?) key to invoke the help command. This command displays all available commands at the current level, each with a short description. For example, typing "?" at the root level will list the commands that are available at that level.

Command Hierarchy

In the command hierarchy, the lowest level is represented by a basic command with one or more parameters.

If the help command is given, any other parameters are ignored and the basic command usage is displayed.

Table entries are accessed by introducing an additional command level giving access to the entire table. At this lowest level, the Add command (with the index and required table entries as parameters) can be used to add an element to the table and the Edit command can be used to replace an existing element in the table (if these operations are permitted on the table).

Similarly the Remove command (with the entry index as parameter) can be used to remove an existing element from the table, if this is permitted.

The Show command with an entry index value as a parameter displays the specified table entry. If no parameter is supplied with the Show command, the current content of the entire table is displayed.

12 Initial Configuration

Use the procedures in this section to do the most important configurations of ONS 15305. The most important tasks involved in initial configuration of ONS 15305 are:

Configure Community-handler

Assign an IP Address

Change Passwords

Erase a Community String

Configure Community-handler

The following example shows how to set community for a default user. If setting community for a specific user, the corresponding IP address must be entered instead of 0.0.0.0.


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt and press Enter.

ONSCLI> com

Step 2 Enter the following command at the prompt and press Enter.

ONSCLI> Community-handler\ll

Step 3 Define the following parameters as applicable.

Add:    Add-Community-entry
Edit:   Edit-Community-entry
Remove: Remove-Community-entry
Show:   Show-Community-entry
Exit:

ONSCLI> Community-handler\

Step 4 Enter the following command at the prompt and press Enter.

ONSCLI>Community-handler\add man=0.0.0.0 com=public acc=super traps=disable

MANAGER:    0.0.0.0
COMMUNITY:  public
ACCESS:     super
TRAPS:      disableONSCLI>Community-handler\


Assign an IP Address

The ONS 15305 supports remote management solutions by means of Telnet and SNMP. The possibilities that regard to connectivity can be rather advanced for the ONS 15305, so the only explained solution in this document is when directly connected the management port (MNGT). For more information refer Cisco Edge Craft User Guide and the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide.

To achieve one of the above mentioned management solutions, you must assign an IP address, subnet mask, and if required, a default gateway address.

System Mode

In ONS 15305 Release 2.0, an additional management mode, system mode, is added. System mode has two options: IP and IPUNNUMBERED.

The desirable system mode should be set before configuring the IP settings on the ONS 15305, since this is a strategic choice to align with the existing design of management data communication network. By default the system mode is IP, which means that all physical indices must have a unique IP address and subnet mask. For more information refer CiscoEdge Craft User Guide and the ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide.


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt:

ONSCLI> Management-modes\sys ?

Step 2 Press Enter. The following data is returned:

Usage: 
System-Mode 
[SYSTEM-MODE=<ip|ipunnumbered>]


System Mode—IP (Default)


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt:

ONSCLI>Management-modes\sys sys=ip
Change management configuration, are you sure? (y/n)? 

Step 2 Press y.

Step 3 If system mode is ip, the command for assigning an IP adress is:

ONSCLI>Device\Management-Configuration\IP-Configuration  
IP-ADDRESS=193.69.136.104, SUBNET-MASK=255.255.255.0

Step 4 Press Enter.


System Mode—IP Unnumbered


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt:

ONSCLI> Management-modes\sys sys=ipun
Change management configuration, are you sure? (y/n)?

Step 2 Press y.

Step 3 Assign an IP address. If system mode is IP unnumbered, use the following command:

ONSCLI>Device\Management-Configuration\IP-Configuration  
IP-ADDRESS=193.69.136.104, SUBNET-MASK=255.255.255.0


For most commands, if no parameters are supplied, then all of the current parameter values are displayed.

ONSCLI>IP-Configuration
IP-ADDRESS: 10.0.0.1
SUBNET-MASK: 255.255.255.0
DEFAULT-GATEWAY: 10.0.0.254 (optional)

Change Passwords


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt:

ONSCLI>ch ?

Step 2 Press Enter. The following data appears:

Usage:
Change-Passwords
[ONSCLI -PASSWORD=<string[6:12]>]
[TELNET-PASSWORD=<string[6:12]>] 


By this command, TELNET and ONSCLI passwords can be changed. Both passwords can be changed in the same command or they can be changed one by one.

Erase a Community String

To remove a community string, use the following command:


Step 1 Enter the following command at the prompt:

ONSCLI>Community-Handler\remove manager=0.0.0.0 community=public

Step 2 Press Enter. The following data appears:

MANAGER: 0.0.0.0 
COMMUNITY: public 
removed.


13 Further Configuration of ONS 15305

Please see CiscoEdge Craft Software Guide for instructions related to further configuration and ONS 15305 Installation and Operations Guide for details concerning the equipment.


Tip See the Commissioning Wizard and the MCN Wizard in CiscoEdge Craft.


Recommended Order

1. Configure expected modules.

2. Enable alarm reporting on all modules including the power module(s).

3. Adjust time and date and optionally the time server.

4. Add a community string reflecting the IP address of your CiscoEdge Craft PC.

5. If your configuration includes SDH interfaces, enable all in use.

6. Configure synchronization as planned.

7. Configure DCN if not including signals through IP payload.

8. If your configuration includes SDH interfaces, structure the VC's as desirable.

9. If your configuration includes Ethernet into SDH, configure administratively the desired bandwidth for WAN port(s).

10. If your configuration includes PDH, interfaces enable and configure desirable port(s).

11. If your configuration includes Ethernet, consider the following; operation of each Ethernet port, IP-routing, STP, etc..

12. Provision circuits including cross-connections.

13. Configure protection SNCP and MSP if needed and consider performing configuration backup.