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Cisco ONS 15302 Quick Installation Guide
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4 Quick Overview
The Cisco ONS 15302 is an integrated access device for use in fiber optic networks. The ONS 15302 combines Ethernet- and TDM-traffic inside an SDH STM-1 frame structure that can be easily carried across the network. The bandwidth of the Ethernet channel is configurable up to 100 MBits/s (Mbps) true wire-speed. The Ethernet part of the Cisco ONS 15302 consists of a bridge (see Figure 1).
The ONS 15302 STM-1 port is fully compatible in existing SDH Transport Networks.
Figure 1 ONS 15302 Functional Overview
Each tributary interface is mapped into a VC-12 container while the WAN traffic is mapped into a configurable number of VC-12 containers. Because the latter mapping is proprietary, the Ethernet- WAN generation and termination traffic must be realized in a Cisco device in both ends of a connection.
The ONS 15302 management solution is based on an embedded SNMP agent. A graphical user interface (GUI) based element manager application can be used as a craft terminal and for remote supervision of ONS 15302 devices. The ONS 15302 also provides a simple VT100 command line interface (ONSCLI) for direct communication with the embedded SNMP agent.
5 Before Starting
This guide provides basic instructions for installing the Cisco ONS 15302 system. It contains two different parts:
•Installing the ONS 15302
•Configure the ONS 15302
Use this guide as a general reference when performing an installation.
For detailed installation instructions, refer to the most recent Cisco ONS 15302 Installation and Operations Guide (Release 1.0).
Caution Always use the supplied ESD wristband when working with an ONS 15302. Plug the wristband cable into the ESD jack of the rack assembly and ensure the rack assembly is properly grounded.
6 Translated Warnings
DC Power Disconnection Warning
Main Disconnecting Device
Laser Radiation Warning
Unterminated Fiber Warning
Class 1 Laser Product Warning
7 Installation Materials for ONS 15302
Several items are needed to complete the installation of the ONS 15302. Some of these items are supplied by Cisco and some need to be supplied by the user. The following are the Cisco-supplied materials that are include in the 15302-SHIPKIT= (74-3173-01). The number in parentheses is the quantity of each included item.
•Bumper, 12mm diameter, 7 x 3.5 mm for table placing (4)
•48-V 4-Pin power connector (1)
•Brackets L/R 19" (2)
•Brackets L/R ETSI (23") (2)
•ONSCLI cable (1)
•Blade terminal with screw and blade jack (1)
•ESD wrist strap (1)
•230-V power cable (1)
•Registration card (1)
•Warranty card (1)
The following materials, tools, and equipment are recommended but are not supplied with the ONS 15302:
•Power cable (from fuse to power connector), #18 AWG (0.75 mm2) up to #16 AWG (1.5 mm2) with four rigid wire
•Yellow green flexible ground cable # 16 AWG (1.25 mm2) up to #14 AWG (2.50 mm2)
•Single-mode cable with SC connectors
•Fiber connector inspection instruments (Cisco recommends Video Microscopes)
•Cletop cleaning cassette (type A for SC connectors)
•Caps for optical connectors (SC)
•#1 Phillips screwdriver
•#3 Phillips screwdriver
•2.5-mm Allen key
•4 screws, M6 (#12-24 x 3/4 pan head phillips) and nuts
•Power meter (for use with fiber optics only)
•Bit error rate (BER) tester
8 Installing the ONS 15302
To install the ONS 15302, complete the following procedures:
2. Installation in Restricted Access Locations
Installing the ONS 15302 in a 19-in. (485-mm) Rack
The shelf assembly is allocated for installation in a 19-in. (485-mm) rack. The ONS 15302 is 17.5-in. (445-mm) wide by 9.4-in. (240-mm) deep by 1.7-in. (44-mm) high.
Step 2 Remove the four phillips screws on the left and right side of the ONS 15302 and install the brackets with the longer phillips screws that are provided.
Figure 2 Install the ONS 15302 with the Connector Array in Front in a 19-in. Rack
Figure 3 Install the ONS 15302 with the WAN Module in Front in a 19-in. Rack
Note You can also install the ONS 15302 in a ETSI 23.6-in. (600-mm) rack by using extension brackets to convert it. You need two 1-RU extension brackets to do this.
Installation in Restricted Access Locations
The ONS 15302 can be installed in a restricted access location (RAL) or outside of an RAL.
Restricted Access Location
A restricted access location is a site location for equipment where both of the following paragraphs apply:
•Access can only be gained by service persons or by users who have been trained on the restrictions and the precautions for this specific site.
•Access is by means of at least one of the following, special tool, lock and key, or other means of security.
Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) circuits are ports that have maximum DC working voltage level less than 60 V (42.4 VAC). In addition, the ports must not be connected to telecommunication networks as defined in EN 60950 (see CEI/ IEC 60950-1 2001-10, standard clause 18.104.22.168).
In practice, the electrical cables shall not exit the building. In addition, the electrical cables shall connect to equipment that meets one of the following requirements:
•Installed in the RAL.
•Does not have electrical cables that exit the building unless those ports are TNV (Telecommunication Networks Voltage) circuits.
•Has a written consent (or in other evidence) that its connecting port towards the SELV circuit port is not a telecommunication network.
A telecommunication network is a metallically terminated transmission medium intended for communication between equipment that might be located in separate buildings, excluding:
•Main system for supply, transmission and distribution of electrical power, if used as a telecommunication transmission medium
•Cable distribution system
•SELV circuits connecting units of information technology equipment
A TNV circuit in the equipment to which the accessible area of contact is limited. A TNV circuit is so designed and protected that, under normal operating conditions and single fault conditions (see CEI/IEC 60950-1 2001-10, standard clause 1.4.14), the voltages do not exceed specified limit values.
IInstallation in Restricted Access Location
After installation in a RAL, such as in a telecommunications center, the ONS 15302 must be properly installed in a rack with brackets or in other ways properly connected to a safety ground. The ONS 15302 48-VDC power must not be powered from a source external to the RAL. The E1 interface used should be limited to SELV.
Installation Outside of a Restricted Access Location
After installation in a non-RAL location, the ONS 15302 48-V power and all communication ports used must be connected to SELV circuits, for example, a port on a personal computer or 10/100-Mbit Ethernet hub/router or other information technology (IT) equipment. The 48-VDC power must not exceed 60 VDC, and must be powered from a certified external power supply unit (PSU) or a battery unit (with no connection to -48 V telecommunications voltage).
The optical ports and 230-VAC power plug have no limitations regarding safety recommendations.
Installing 48-V Power and Ground to the ONS 15302
The power needs to be properly installed and grounded for operation of the ONS 15302. Figure 4 shows the location of the 48-V connector. Use the following procedure to install power and ground to the ONS 15302:
Warning Before performing any of the following procedures, ensure that power is removed from the DC circuit.
Warning The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times, because it serves as the main disconnecting device.
Figure 4 ONS 15302 Faceplate (Connector Array)
Step 1 Remove the A- and B-side fuses from the power distribution panel (PDP).
Step 2 Make sure that -48 VDC (tolerance -36 to -72 VDC) power is present.
Step 3 Press a slot screwdriver in the rectangular opening on top of the connector to open the inside contact ( Figure 5).
Step 4 Insert the wire in the contact and remove the screwdriver from the connector.
Step 5 To verify that the wire is properly fix in the unit, pull on the wire.
Step 7 Affix the four wires on the connector using the two tie wraps to ensure strain relief ( Figure 5).
Note Be sure that the power cable is connected and verify the correct polarity. Check if is properly fused (1.5-A recommended).
Note Note that the ONS 15302 power cannot be switched off with a separate power switch.
Figure 5 Fixing the Wire into the Connector
Install External Ground for 230 V Supply to the ONS 15302
Note This ground connection is only used when the system is powered with 230 VAC and the system is not installed in a rack.
The ONS 15302 should be grounded to the rack ground via the external ground connector.
The location of the ground connector on the ONS 15302 is shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6 Ground Connector Position on the ONS 15302
Step 1 Remove the Phillips screw from the ONS 15302 ( Figure 6).
Step 2 Fix the flat connector with the washer and the socket screw onto the ONS 15302 ( Figure 6).
Step 3 Insert the grounding cable in the flat cable plug and crimp the plug with a crimping tool ( Figure 7).
Step 4 Check whether the ground cable is fixed to 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 7 Connecting of the Ground Cable with a Crimp Tool
Installing 230-V Power to the ONS 15302
The ONS 15302 can also be used as a desk version. This means that it is possibly to connect the ONS 15302 to a public power supply. Figure 4 shows the location of the 230-V connector.
Warning The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times, because it serves as the main disconnecting device.
Note Before installing power to the ONS 15302, be sure that you have the correct power supply recommendations (230 VAC 0.3 A 50Hz).
Note Note that the ONS 15302 power cannot be switched off with a separate power switch.
Step 1 Connect the power cable to the 230-V connector on the ONS 15302.
Step 2 Connect the power cable to the 230-V power supply.
Step 3 To avoid accidents, route the power cable safety through the location.
Installing Fiber Patch Cords on the ONS 15302
The ONS 15302 is available in two different versions: protected and unprotected. In unprotected mode, transmit and receive fibers from the fiber termination rack are connected to STM-1 port 1. In protected mode, transmit and receive fibers from the fiber termination rack are connected to STM-1 port 1 and port 2, ( Figure 4).
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.
Note Clean and inspect SC connectors prior to installation. Any dust particle or damaged connector will affect the optical transmission.
To avoid confusion in the future, label each end of the transmit and receive cables before installation. To install the fiber patch cords, gently push the SC connector into the connector.
For future use (in case of servicing) keep the dust caps in a clean location.
Routing Fiber Patch Cords
After connecting the fibers to and from the fiber termination rack, route the fibers through the rack. Wind the fibers to a loop with a diameter of approximately 3.15 in. (80-mm).
Installing Electrical Cables to the ONS 15302
The ONS 15302 has two different electrical connectors: one DS-9 connector for the alarm interface and 20 RJ-45 connectors for different functions, described in Table 1. The electrical ports on the ONS 15302 are shown in Figure 4.
To avoid confusion in the future, label each end of the cables before installation. To install the electrical cables, gently push the RJ-45 connector into the connector until it snaps in with a click. Screw in the screws from the connector of the alarm cable with a screwdriver.
Routing Electrical Cables
After connecting the cable to the ONS 15302, route the cable through the rack without damage it.
Installation Checklist for ONS 15302
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 15302 Installation and Operations Guide (Release 1.0). To check the installation, verify the following items:
•ONS 15302 is mounted securely in the rack.
•Power runs to the ONS 15302.
•Transmit and receive fiber patch cords from the fiber termination are correctly connected to the ONS 15302.
•Fiber-optic patch cords route through the rack.
•Electrical cables route through the rack.
•Each cable is labeled.
9 ONSCLI—ONS 15302 Command Line Interface
Introduction to ONSCLI
ONSCLI is a line-oriented ASCII-based management interface to ONS 15302. It is used to issue simple commands—possibly with parameter—to access or modify the ONS 15302 configuration.
ONSCLI is accessed via the VT100-port or via an IP connection (Telnet). The serial connection communications parameters are fixed ( Table 2). VT100 terminal codes are used.
Table 2 EIA/TIA-232 Parameters
The VT100-port (Console port) for the ONS 15302 is provided using a RJ-45 connector.
Invoke an ONSCLI Session
An ONSCLI session is invoked by typing ONSCLI at the CLI terminal.
User authentication (a password containing between 8 and 12 ASCII characters, with no case sensitivity) is required, as the following session start-up sequence shows:>>ONSCLI---------------------------------------------------ONS 15302 Command Line Interface---------------------------------------------------Enter ONSCLI password: ******ONSCLI>
Note The default password for the ONS 15302 is ONSCLI.
Each password characters is echoed as *. An incorrect password is rejected with the message:invalid password
After the password is rejected, the password prompt is re-issued.
Note The number of attempts is 3.
An authorized ONSCLI user has full access rights to the available management information.
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.
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 followed by Enter. Optionally, and only at the lowest level in the command hierarchy, one or more parameters can also be supplied. These are identified by keywords. The command name, parameter keywords, and parameter values are delimited by one or more spaces. Command line editing features are listed in Table 3.
Note It is only necessary to type sufficient leading characters of the command name to avoid ambiguity—the same applies to keywords.
ONSCLI Commands are listed in Table 4
Table 4 ONSCLI Commands
Shows VC-12 containers that are not yet utilized.
Lists the VC-12 container(s) in use.
Presents current device and port status.
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 default line number limit is 23 and maximum is 998. For detailed information about the ONSCLI commands, refer to the Cisco ONS 15302 Installation and Operations Guide (Release 1.0).
Basic Command Syntax
A basic command has the syntax shown in Example 1.
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 permissible 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;
For a complete overview of the ONSCLI command hierarchy, please refer the Cisco ONS 15302 Installation and Operations Guide (Release 1.0).
The Help Command
The help command (?) displays all available commands at the current level, each with a short description. For example, typing ? at the root level lists the commands that are available at this level, as shown in Example 2.
Example 2 Help CommandONSCLI>?*** current menu path:<root>*** valid commands:Device: Device configurationPorts: Port propertiesBridge: Bridge/Spanning Tree Protocol settingsSecurity: Security settingsStatistics: Performance monitoring and statisticsServices: Utility functionsAlarms: Current alarms and alarm historyStatus: Device statusFree: List of free VC12Used: List of used VC12Exit: Exit from ONSCLI
In the command hierarchy, the lowest level is represented by a basic command with one or more parameters.
Example 3 modifies only the IP address.
Example 3 Selecting the IP AddressONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\Management-Mode MODE=ipManagementPortONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\IP-Management-Port\ IP-Configuration IP-ADDRESS=22.214.171.124
For most commands, if no parameters are supplied then all the current parameter values are displayed ( Example 4).
Example 4 Displays the IP ConfigurationONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\IP-Management-Port\IP-Configuration
Example 4 displays the current management interface information in the following manner:IP-ADDRESS: 126.96.36.199SUBNET-MASK: 255.255.255.0DEFAULT-GATEWAY: 188.8.131.52
If the help parameter (?) is supplied, then all 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 a 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 contents of the entire table is displayed.
ONSCLI Error Messages
The general ONSCLI output string for SNMP errors is MIB access error. Additional SNMP error information might be printed depending on the return code ( Table 5).
Error messages due to mistyping or incorrect ONSCLI input format are shown in Table 6.
10 Initial Configuration
By following the guides below you should be able to do the most important configurations of ONS 15302.
Since the ONS 15302 is a flexible product with a lot of possible network applications, the factory preconfiguration is limited when delivered. Ethernet ports 1 to 5 are members of VLAN 1, the aggregate (STM-1) is enabled, and one VC-12 container is allocated to the Ethernet WAN (port number 5). In addition, an entry in the SNMP community table is preconfigured so that when an IP address is assigned, the ONS 15302 is able to take advantage of the GUI element manager. This configuration persists, regardless of whether the WAN module is inserted or not.
Note If you erase the configuration on the device, the factory preconfiguration will disappear. A backup file is the easiest solution to store the factory preconfiguration.
Follow the steps in this section to perform initial configuration of the ONS 15302. The following tasks are the most important tasks involved in the configuration of an ONS 15302:
Assign an IP Address to the ONS 15302
The ONS 15302 supports remote management solutions by the means of Telnet, SNMP, and through an Internet browser (Netscape or Microsoft Internet Explorer). Several advanced connectivity options are available with the ONS 15302. This document describes the simplest method—direct connection through the MNGT port. For more information, please refer to the Cisco ONS 15302 Installation and Operations Guide (Release 1.0).
To achieve connectivity for remote management solutions, you must first assign an IP address, subnet mask, and, if required, a default gateway address, as shown in Example 5.
Example 5 Assigning an IP AddressONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\Management-Mode MODE=ipManagementPort
Press EnterChange management configuration, are you sure? (y/n)
Press y, then EnterMODE: IP-Management-PortONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\Management-Mode\CustomizeONSCLI\Device\Management-Configuration\Custom\Management-Port\IP-Configuration IP-ADDRESS=10.0.0.1 SUBNET-MASK=255.255.255.0 DEFAULT-GATEWAY=10.0.0.254
Press EnterIP-ADDRESS: 10.0.0.1SUBNET-MASK: 255.255.255.0DEFAULT-GATEWAY: 10.0.0.254
Select Synchronization Source
There are several alternatives for synchronization of the ONS 15302. You can choose whether to receive synchronization from a local oscillator, from one of the tributaries, from the aggregate port, or through the dedicated SYNC port.
By default, the synchronization source is a local oscillator, but if, for example, the ONS 15302 interfaces an SDH node on the optical STM-1 interface, you must change the synchronization source to aggregate. To do this, use the command shown in Example 6.
Example 6 Selecting the Synchronization SourceONSCLI>Device\sync-source admin-source=aggr1
Press EnterADMIN-SOURCE: aggr1OPERATIONAL-SOURCE: Holdover
Configure Ethernet WAN Bandwidth
Note The ONS 15302 can have up to four Ethernet WAN ports. When factory preconfigured, the only bandwidth allocated is 2.16 Mbits/s (Mbps) for the internal WAN-port 5, which means that one VC-12 container is selected.
One of the benefits for the ONS 15302 is that you can choose between all 63 of the VC-12 containers available in the STM-1 frame (limited to 50 VC-12 containers for the Ethernet WAN ports). Forty-seven VC-12 containers are sufficient for operating at 100 MBits/s (Mbps).
The VC-12 containers needed to achieve the desired bandwidth must be selected in the same order at both ends of the link. In a back-to-back configuration using two ONS 15302s, this implies that the KLM-scheme (the VC-12 mapping scheme in a VC-4 container) used must be identical. In a larger network, where the VC-12s might be cross-connected, only the sequence must be identical.
To simplify the allocation of bandwidth, the number of VC-12 containers needed can be entered together with the desired sort-mode. The VC-12s can be sorted according to ITU-T G.707 or in Lexicographic-order. The default sort-mode is Lexicographic-order.
The following example shows how bandwidth can easily be allocated for the Ethernet WAN port by selecting a number of VC-12 containers.
Step 1 Enter the WAN-port level in ONSCLI and type ? to view the available commands, as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>Ports\Ethernet-Port-Properties\WAN-Port(s)\?
Press Enter*** current menu path:<root>PortsEthernet-Port-PropertiesWAN-Port(s)*** valid commands:General: WAN port general settingsAdd-VC12-channel: Add a VC12 to WAN portEdit-VC12-channel: Modify Admin Status of a VC12Remove-VC12-channel: Remove a VC12 from WAN port(always the last)Status: Device statusFree: List of free VC12Used: List of used VC12Exit: Exit from ONSCLI
Step 2 Type general to see the current status for the WAN-port(s), as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>...\WAN-Port(s)\general
Press EnterWAN-PORT: 5OPER-CAPACITY: 0. Mbps.OPER-VC12-NBR: 0ADMIN-CAPACITY: 0. Mbps.ADMIN-VC12-NBR: 0PATH-TRACE: disabledEXPECTED-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-EXPECTED-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ETRANSMIT-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-TRANSMIT-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ERECEIVED-TI:HEX-RECEIVED-TI: 00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00CHANNEL-TI: 0----------------------------------------------KLM WAN-CHANNEL ADMIN-STATUS OPER-STATUS----------------------------------------------KLM table empty.
Step 3 Type Add-VC12-channel ? to see the attributes available for the command, as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>...\WAN-Port(s)\Add-VC12-channel ?
Press EnterUsage:Add-VC12-channelWAN-PORT=<integer value 5:8> (Only port 5 if WAN-module not present)[KLM=<K.L.M - integer value 1:3.integer value 1:7.integer value 1:3>] (Optional starting point if desirable to add multiple VC-12 containers to a WAN-port)[ADMIN-STATUS=<enabled|disabled>] (Optional, by default enabled)[NUMBER-TO-ADD=<integer value 1:50>] (Optional, if desirable to simplify allocation of multiple VC-12 containers)[SORT-MODE=<LEX|G707>] (Optional, by default the "lexigraphic order")
Step 4 Configure the needed number of VC-12 containers to a selected WAN port, as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>...\WAN-Port(s)\Add-VC12-channel wan-port=5 klm=1.1.1 admin-status=enabled number-to-add=10 sort-mode=g707
Press EnterAdding klm 1.1.1 okAdding klm 2.1.1 okAdding klm 3.1.1 okAdding klm 1.2.1 okAdding klm 2.2.1 okAdding klm 3.2.1 okAdding klm 1.3.1 okAdding klm 2.3.1 okAdding klm 3.3.1 okAdding klm 1.4.1 okWAN-PORT: 5OPER-CAPACITY: 0. Mbps.OPER-VC12-NBR: 0ADMIN-CAPACITY: 21.60 Mbps.ADMIN-VC12-NBR: 10PATH-TRACE: disabledEXPECTED-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-EXPECTED-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ETRANSMIT-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-TRANSMIT-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ERECEIVED-TI:HEX-RECEIVED-TI: 00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00CHANNEL-TI: 0----------------------------------------------KLM WAN-CHANNEL ADMIN-STATUS OPER-STATUS----------------------------------------------1.1.1 1 enabled down2.1.1 2 enabled down3.1.1 3 enabled down1.2.1 4 enabled down2.2.1 5 enabled down3.2.1 6 enabled down1.3.1 7 enabled down2.3.1 8 enabled down--- More (y/n)? y "ENTER"3.3.1 9 enabled down1.4.1 10 enabled downONSCLI>...\WAN-Port(s)\
Assign a VC-12 Container and Activate a 2-MBit/s (Mbps) Tributary Port
The procedure for assigning a VC-12 container to a tributary port on the ONS 15302 is quite similar to allocation of bandwidth to an Ethernet WAN port. The same flexibility is maintained for the selection of VC-12 containers.
Use the following procedure to configure and activate a tributary port on the ONS 15302:
Step 1 Assign a VC-12 container to a tributary port, as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>Ports\TRIB-Ports\Assign-VC12-Channel ?Usage:Assign-VC12-ChannelTRIB-PORT=<integer value 1:12> (Select the Trib-port you would like to assign a VC-12 container. If desirable to assign multiple Trib-ports this will be the starting point)[KLM=<K.L.M - integer value 1:3.integer value 1:7.integer value 1:3>] (Optional, if a specific KLM reference is desirable. When assigning multiple Trib-ports simultaneously, this will be the staring point in the mapping scheme.)[NUMBER-TO-ADD=<integer value 1:12>] (Optional, desirable number of Trib-ports in multiple assignment)[SORT-MODE=<LEX|G707>] (Optional, by default the "lexigraphic order")ONSCLI>...\TRIB-Ports\assign-vc12-channel trib-port=1 klm=3.7.3
Press Enter----------------------TRIB-PORT KLM----------------------1 3.7.3
Step 2 Enable and select the transmission parameters for the Trib port, as shown in the following example:ONSCLI>...\TRIB-Ports\general ?
Press EnterUsage:General[TRIB-PORT=<integer value 1:12>] (Select desired Trib-port)[DESCRIPTION=<string[0:64]>] (Optional)[ADMINISTRATIVE-STATUS=<enable|disable>] (Select enable)[MODE=<TRA|PRA>] (Optional, default transparent (TRA) acc. to G.703)[LOOP-MODE=<NONE|LL2|LL3>] (Optional, for tests)[PATH-TRACE=<enabled|disabled>] (Optional)[EXPECTED-TI=<string[1:15]>] (Optional)[HEX-EXPECTED-TI=<string[2:44]>] (Optional)[TRANSMIT-TI=<string[1:15]>] (Optional)[HEX-TRANSMIT-TI=<string[2:44]>] (Optional)ONSCLI>...\TRIB-Ports\general trib-port=1 description=qrg administrative-status=enable mode=pra
Press EnterTRIB-PORT: 1DESCRIPTION: qrgADMINISTRATIVE-STATUS: enableOPERATIONAL-STATUS: downMODE: PRAKLM: 3.7.3LOOP-MODE: NONEPATH-TRACE: disabledEXPECTED-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-EXPECTED-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ETRANSMIT-TI: <Path-trace J2>HEX-TRANSMIT-TI: 3C,50,61,74,68,2D,74,72,61,63,65,20,4A,32,3ERECEIVED-TI:HEX-RECEIVED-TI: 00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00ONSCLI>...\TRIB-Ports\
Define SNMPv1 Community
The factory preconfigured SNMPv1 community is shown in Example 7.
Example 7 Factory Preconfigured SNMPv1 CommunityONSCLI>Security\Community-Table\Show
Press EnterManager: 0.0.0.0Community: publicAccess: superTraps: disable
This is an insecure community that enables all managers to access the device with the community string public, regardless of the IP address of the SNMP manager .
To add your own community string, use the following command:ONSCLI>Security\Community-Table\Add MANAGER=10.0.0.20 COMMUNITY=admin ACCESS=super TRAPS=enable
Erase a Community String
To remove a community string, use the following command:ONSCLI>Security\Community-Table\Remove MANAGER=0.0.0.0 COMMUNITY=public