Cisco ONS 15454 TL1 Command Guide, Release 3.2
Chapter 4, TL1 Command Components

Table Of Contents

TL1 Command Components

4.1 TL1 Default Values

4.1.1 BLSR

4.1.2 Cross Connections

4.1.3 Environmental Alarms and Controls

4.1.4 Equipment

4.1.5 Performance

4.1.6 Ports

4.1.7 SONET Line Protection

4.1.8 STS and VT Paths

4.1.9 Synchronization

4.2 Access Identifiers

4.2.1 ALL

4.2.2 PRSLOT

4.2.3 BITS

4.2.4 BLSR

4.2.5 DS1

4.2.6 ENV

4.2.7 EQPT

4.2.8 FACILITY

4.2.9 STS

4.2.10 SYN

4.2.11 SYN_SRC

4.2.12 SYNC_REF

4.2.13 SYNCSW

4.2.14 TAP

4.2.15 VT1_5

4.3 Parameter Types

4.3.1 ATAG Description

4.3.2 CTAG Description

4.3.3 TID Description

4.3.4 Parameter Notes

4.3.5 ALL_MONTYPE

4.3.6 ALL_THR

4.3.7 BLSR_MODE

4.3.8 BLSR_TYPE

4.3.9 CCT

4.3.10 CMD_MODE

4.3.11 COND_EFF

4.3.12 CONDITION

4.3.13 CONTTYPE

4.3.14 DIRECTION

4.3.15 DIRN

4.3.16 DS3_FMT

4.3.17 DS_LINE_CODE

4.3.18 DS_LINE_TYPE

4.3.19 DURATION

4.3.20 E_LBO

4.3.21 ENV_ALM

4.3.22 ENV_CRTL_MODE

4.3.23 EQPT_TYPE

4.3.24 EQUIP

4.3.25 EQUIPMENT_TYPE

4.3.26 EXT_RING

4.3.27 FLOW

4.3.28 FRAME_FORMAT

4.3.29 LINE_BUILDOUT

4.3.30 LINE_CODE

4.3.31 LOCATION

4.3.32 LPBK_TYPE

4.3.33 MFS_TYPE

4.3.34 MOD2

4.3.35 MOD2_IO

4.3.36 MOD2ALM

4.3.37 MOD2B

4.3.38 MOD_PATH

4.3.39 MOD_PORT

4.3.40 MOD_TACC

4.3.41 MODIFIER

4.3.42 MODULE_OP

4.3.43 MSGTYPE

4.3.44 MUX_TYPE

4.3.45 NOTIF_CODE

4.3.46 OCN_4F

4.3.47 OCN_BLSR

4.3.48 OCN_MONTYPE

4.3.49 OCN_TYPE

4.3.50 ON_OFF

4.3.51 OPTICAL_MODE

4.3.52 OPTICS

4.3.53 PM_MODE

4.3.54 PM_STATE

4.3.55 PRIVILEGE

4.3.56 PROTECTION_GROUP

4.3.57 PST

4.3.58 PSTQ

4.3.59 REVERTIVE_TIME

4.3.60 RNG_TYPE

4.3.61 SD_BER

4.3.62 SDCC_MODE

4.3.63 SERV_EFF

4.3.64 SF_BER

4.3.65 SIDE

4.3.66 SST

4.3.67 STATE

4.3.68 STATUS

4.3.69 STM_TYPE

4.3.70 STS_MAP

4.3.71 STS_MONTYPE

4.3.72 STS_PATH

4.3.73 SWITCH

4.3.74 SWITCH_TYPE

4.3.75 SYNC_GENERATION

4.3.76 SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL

4.3.77 T1_MONTYPE

4.3.78 T3_MONTYPE

4.3.79 TACC_MODE

4.3.80 TIMING_MODE

4.3.81 TMG_REF

4.3.82 TMPER

4.3.83 TRCMODE

4.3.84 UNI_BI

4.3.85 USE_DST

4.3.86 VALIDITY

4.3.87 VT1_5_MONTYPE


TL1 Command Components


This chapter describes the components of TL1 commands and autonomous messages for the Cisco ONS 15454, Release 3.2, including:

TL1 default values

Access identifiers (AIDs)

Parameter types

4.1 TL1 Default Values

4.1.1 BLSR

Table 4-1 BLSR

BLSR
Default

RVRTV

Y

RVTM

5.0 minutes

SRVRTV

Y

SRVTM

5.0 minutes


4.1.2 Cross Connections

Table 4-2 Cross Connections

Cross Connections
Default

CCT

2WAY for both STSp and VT1 cross connections


4.1.3 Environmental Alarms and Controls

Table 4-3 Environmental Alarms and Controls 

Environmental Alarms and Controls
Default

OPR-EXT-CONT

CONTTYPE is set as one provisioned in the respective AID, there is not default for it. It is only used as a filter if entered. DUR is always taken as CONT.

RTRV-ATTR-CONT

There is no default for CONTTYPE. It is only used as a filter if entered.

RTRV-ATTR-ENV

There is no default for both NTFCNCDE and ALMTYPE, which are only used as filters if entered.

RTRV-EXT-CONT

CONTTYPE defaults to the conttype associated with the AID.

SET-ATTR-ENV

NTFCNCDE defaults to NR. ALMTYPE defaults to NULL. ALMMSG defaults to \"Env Alarm Input 1\".


4.1.4 Equipment

Table 4-4 Equipment 

Equipment
Default

ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT, INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT and ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT, ING-SWTOWKG-EQPT

DIRN defaults to BTH.

ENT-EQPT

PROTID, PRTYPE, RVRTV and RVTM defaults to NULL.

SW-DX-EQPT

MODE defaults to NORM.

SW-TOPROTN-EQPT and
SW-TOWKG-EQPT

MODE defaults to NORM. DIRN defaults to BTH.


4.1.5 Performance

Table 4-5 Performance 

Performance
Default

INIT-REG-<MOD2>

LOCN defaults to NEND (near end).

RTRV-PM-<MOD2>

LOCN defaults to NEND.
TMPER defaults to 15 minutes.

RTRV-TH-<MOD2>

MONTYPE defaults to CVL for OCN, EC1, and DSN.
MONTYPE defaults to ESP for STSp
MONTYPE defaults to UASV for VT1.
MONTYPE defaults to AISSP for the DS1 layer of the DS3XM card.
LOCN defaults to NEND.
TMPER defaults to 15 minutes.

SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>

PMSTATE defaults to ON.

SET-TH-<MOD2>

LOCN defaults to NEND.
TMPER defaults to 15 minutes.


4.1.6 Ports

Table 4-6 Ports 

Ports
Default

OCN Line

DCC defaults to N.
TMGREF defaults to N.
SYNCMSG defaults to Y.
SENDDUS defaults to N.
PJMON defaults to 0.
SFBER defaults to 1E-4.
SDBER defaults to 1E-7.
MODE defaults to SONET.
PST defaults to OOS.

EC1 Line

PJMON defaults to 0 (zero).
LBO defaults to 0-225.
RXEQUAL is Y.
PST defaults to defaults to OOS.

T1 Line (DS1/DS1N)

LINECDE defaults to AMI.
FMT defaults to D4.
LBO defaults to 0-133.
PST defaults to OOS.

T3 Line (DS3, DS3E, DS3NE, DS3XM)

DS3/T3 LINECDE defaults to 0-225.
DS3 PST defaults to OOS.
DS3E/DS3NE FMT defaults to UNFRAMED.
DS3E.DS3NE LINECDE defaults to B3ZS.
DS3E/DS3NE LBO defaults to 0-225.
DS3 of DS3XM PST defaults to OOS.


4.1.7 SONET Line Protection

Table 4-7 SONET Line Protection 

SONET Line Protection
Default

OCN Line Protection

PROTID defaults to the protecting port of the protection group (SLOT-#(OCN)PORT-#). It is a string that can have a maximum length of 32 characters.
RVRTV defaults to N (non-revertive mode).
RVTM defaults to 5.0 minutes.
PSDIRN defaults to UNI.

OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN>

ST (switch type) is optional and for BLSR protection switch only.
ST defaults to BLSR RING switch type.


4.1.8 STS and VT Paths

Table 4-8 STS and VT Paths 

STS and VT Paths
Default

STS Path

SFBER, SDBER, RVRTV, and RVTM apply to UPSR STS paths only.
SFBER defaults to 1E-4.
SDBER defaults to 1E-6.
RVRTV defaults to N.
RVTM defaults to empty because RVRTV is N when UPSR STSp is created.

J1 is implemented on DS1, DS1N, DS3, DS3E, DS3NE, DS3XM, EC1, OC3, OC48AS AND OC192 cards.
TRCMODE defaults to the OFF mode.

EXPTRC defaults to a copy of the provisioned string or NULL when TRCMODE is OFF mode.
EXPTRC defaults to the user entered string when the TRCMODE is MANUAL mode.
EXPTRC defaults to a copy of the acquired received string or NULL if the string has not been acquired when the TRCMODE is AUTO mode.

INCTRC defaults to the incoming string (NULL) when the TRCMODE is under OFF mode.
INCTRC defaults to a copy of the received string or NULL if the string has not been received when the TRCMODE is under MANUAL or AUTO mode.

VT Path

RVRTV, RVTM apply to UPSR VT paths only.
RVRTV defaults to N.
RVTM defaults to empty because RVRTV is N when UPSR VT1 is created.


4.1.9 Synchronization

Table 4-9 Synchronization 

Synchronization
Default

BITS

LINECDE defaults to B8ZS.
FMT defaults to ESF.
SYNCMSG defaults to Y.
PST defaults to OOS.

NE-SYNCN

TMMDE defaults to EXTERNAL.
SSMGEN defaults to GEN1.
QRES defaults to SAM-AS-DUS.
RVRTV defaults to Y.
RVTM defaults to 5.0 minutes.

SYNCN

PRI/SEC QRES defaults to ABOVE-STU.
PRI STATUS defaults to ACT.
SEC STATUS defaults to STBY.
THIRD QRES and STATUS defaults to NULL.


4.2 Access Identifiers

The AID code directs an input command to its intended physical or data entity inside the NE. Equipment modules and facilities are typical examples of entities addressed by the access code.

4.2.1 ALL

Table 4-10 ALL 

AID
Patterns

PRSLOT

NULL
SLOT-1
SLOT-3
SLOT-5
SLOT-13
SLOT-15
SLOT-17

BITS

BITS-ALL
BITS-{1,2}

BLSR

ALL
BLSR-{0, 1-9999}

DS1

DS1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-28}

ENV

ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-4}

EQPT

SLOT-ALL
SLOT-{1-17}
SLOT-{1-6,12-17}

AID
Patterns

FACILITY

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-ALL
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-14}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}

STS

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-ALL
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,13,25,37}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10,...,46}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,7,13,19,...,43}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37,...,81}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10,...,190}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10,...,46}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,97,145}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,7,13,19,...,187}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,7,13,19,...,43}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1-192}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1-48}
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1}

SYN

SYNC-NE

SYN_SRC

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}
INTERNAL
SYNC-NE
{BITS-1,BITS-2}

SYNC_REF

SYNC-ALL
SYNC-NE
SYNC-{BITS1,BITS2}

SYNCSW

INT
PRI
SEC
THIRD

AID
Patterns

TAP

{0, 1-999}

VT1_5

VT1-{1-6,12-17}-1-{1-7}-{1-2}
VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}-{1-7}-{1-4}
VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}
VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-7}-{1-4}
VT1-{5,6,12,13}-{1-192}-{1-7}-{1-4}
VT1-{5,6,12,13}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}


4.2.2 PRSLOT

Valid protection slots for the electrical cards

Table 4-11 PRSLOT

Pattern
Description

NULL

Indicates there is no protection group. Used when trying to delete a protection group.

SLOT-1

The No.1 slot of an NE

SLOT-3

The No.3 slot of an NE

SLOT-5

The No.5 slot of an NE

SLOT-13

The No.13 slot of an NE

SLOT-15

The No.15 slot of an NE

SLOT-17

The No.17 slot of an NE


4.2.3 BITS

AID for BITS

Table 4-12 BITS

Pattern
Description

BITS-ALL

BITS AIDS of both BITS-1 and BITS-2 in the RTRV-BITS
command

BITS-{1,2}

Individual BITS AID


4.2.4 BLSR

BLSR AIDs are used to access the specific BLSR of the NE.

Table 4-13 BLSR

Pattern
Description

ALL

The whole BLSR of the NE

BLSR-{0-9999}

Individual BLSR of the NE


4.2.5 DS1

Used to access the DS-1 frame layer of the DS3XM.

Table 4-14 DS1

Pattern
Description

DS1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-28}

DS1 AID for the DX3XM card


4.2.6 ENV

The environmental AID for the AIC card

Table 4-15 ENV

Pattern
Description

ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-4}

Environmental alarm AID. "IN" is used for environmental AID, "OUT" is used for control AID.


4.2.7 EQPT

Equipment AIDs are used to access specific cards. The OC48/OC192 cards can only use the high speed slots (Slot 5, Slot 6, Slot 12, Slot 13).

Table 4-16 EQPT

Pattern
Description

ALL

The ALL AID is only allowed for the RTRV-INV input command to retrieve AIP, BP, FAN and all the slots inventory information of the NE.

SLOT-ALL

All of the NE equipment AIDs

SLOT-{1-17}

Individual equipment AID of an NE

SLOT-{1-6,12-17}

Individual equipment AID of the I/O card units or slots


4.2.8 FACILITY

Used to access specific ports.

Table 4-17 FACILITY 

Pattern
Description

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-ALL

All the facilities of an I/O unit or slot

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}

Facilities AID for the EC1 and DS3 cards

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-14}

Facilities for the DS1 card

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}

Facilities for the OC3 card

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}

Facilities for the DS3XM card

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}

Facility AID for the OC12, and OC48AS cards

FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}

Facility AID for the OC48/OC192 card. The OC48/OC192 cards can only use the high speed slots (Slot 5, Slot 6, Slot 12, Slot 13).


4.2.9 STS

SONET frame-level AID set

Table 4-18 STS 

Pattern
Description

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}

Dynamically allocated STSs of all widths for the G1000-4 card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-ALL

All the STSs of an STS bandwidth on an I/O unit

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,13,25,37}

STS12C AID for an OC48AS card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10-46}

STS3C AID for an OC48AS card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10}

STS3C AID for OC3 and OC12 cards

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,7,13,19-43}

STS6C AID for an OC48AS card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}

STS1 AID for OC12, EC1, DS3 and OC3 cards

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}

STS1 AID for an OC48AS card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}

STS1 AID for the DS3XM card

STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1}

STS1 AID for the DS1card
STS3C AID for the OC3 card
STS12C AID for the OC12 card
STS48C AID for an OC48AS card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37-81}

STS12C AID for the OC192 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37}

STS12C AID for the OC48 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10-190}

STS3C AID for the OC192 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10-46}

STS3C AID for the OC48 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,49,97,145}

STS48C AID for an OC48 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,7,13,19-187}

STS6C AID for an OC192 card

AID
Description

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,7,13,19-43}

STS6C AID for an OC48 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1-192}

STS1 AID for the OC192 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1-48}

STS1 AID for an OC48 card

STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1}

STS48C AID for the OC48 card
STS192C AID for the OC192 card


4.2.10 SYN

Synchronization AIDs

Table 4-19 SYN

Pattern
Description

SYNC-NE

NE sync AID


4.2.11 SYN_SRC

Synchronization source

Table 4-20 SYN_SRC

Pattern
Description

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}

Sync source is the optical card (OC3) facility

FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}

Sync source is the optical card (OC12) facility

FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}

Sync source is the optical card (OC48,OC192) facility

INTERNAL

Set the SYN_SRC to be the system default value. The "Internal" value of the SYN_SRC is only applied for the SYNC-NE AID on ED-SYNCN command.

SYNC-NE

SYNC-NE source. It is only used in the alarm report or alarm retrieve commands.

{BITS-1,BITS-2}

BITS-1 or BITS-2 of the synchronization source


4.2.12 SYNC_REF

Synchronization AIDs

Table 4-21 SYNC_REF

Pattern
Description

SYNC-ALL

NE, BITS1 and BITS2 sync AIDs used for the RTRV-SYNCN command only

SYNC-NE

NE sync AID

SYNC-{BITS1,BITS2}

BITS1 and BITS2 sync AIDs


4.2.13 SYNCSW

New synchronization reference that will be used

Table 4-22 SYNCSW

Pattern
Description

INT

Internal clock. The "INT" value of the syncsw is only applied for the SYNC-NE AID on OPR-SYNC-SW command.

PRI

Primary timing reference

SEC

Secondary timing reference

THIRD

Third timing reference


4.2.14 TAP

Test access path AID which indicates the TAP number

Table 4-23 TAP

Pattern
Description

{0, 1-999}

Indicates individual TAP number of the NE. The zero (0) number is used in the [<TACC>] field of the ED-rr test access related commands. When [<TACC>] is zero (0), the TAP is deleted.


4.2.15 VT1_5

Virtual termination AIDs

Table 4-24 VT1_5

Pattern
Description

ALL

All the VT cross connections of the NE. This <ALL> AID is only used for the RTRV-CRS-VT1 command.

VT1-{1-6,12-17}-1-{1-7}-{1-2}

DS1 card VT AID set

VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}-{1-7}-{1-4}

EC1, OC12, OC3 card VT AID set

VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}

OC48AS card VT AID set

VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-7}-{1-4}

DS3XM card VT AID set

VT1-{5-6,12-13}-{1-192}-{1-7}-{1-4}

OC192 card VT AID set

VT1-{5,6,12,13}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}

OC48 card VT AID set


4.3 Parameter Types

This section provides a description of all message parameter types defined for the TL1 messages used in the ONS 15454. The TL1 message descriptions frequently refer to this section.

4.3.1 ATAG Description

The ATAG is used for message sequencing. The number is incremented by one for each autonomous message sent by the ONS 15454. The ONS 15454 uses whole numbers 0000 to 9999.

4.3.2 CTAG Description

The CTAG is included in each command by the user and is repeated by the
ONS 15454 in the response to allow the user to associate the command and response messages.


Note The valid values for a CTAG are strings of up to 6 characters comprised of identifiers (alphanumeric, beginning with a letter) or decimal numerals (a string of decimal digits with an optional non-trailing ".").


4.3.3 TID Description

The TID is the name of the NE where the command is addressed. TID is the Telcordia name for the system.

4.3.4 Parameter Notes

1. If a parameter is set to a value that is inconsistent with something already in the database, and that value is not changed to a consistent value then the command will be denied.

2. If a parameter is set to a value that is consistent with what is already in the database, but another parameter in the same command is incompatible, then the command will be denied.

3. The correct way to issue a command where parameters may be in conflict is to

a. first issue that command and change all relevant parameters to compatible values,

b. then issue the command again to change the target values.

For example, OC-N is syncmsg=y, to change SDH to y, ED-OCN needs to be called to set syncmsg=N, then called again to set SDH=y.

4. The attribute defaults have also been presented under RTRV commands, and they can be retrieved only if the RTRV commands follow the card/entity original provision.

5. The default for an optional field of an ED command is either the provisioned default value or the last provisioned value in the previous ED command.

4.3.5 ALL_MONTYPE

Monitoring type list

Table 4-25 ALL_MONTYPE Values 

ALL_MONTYPE Values
Description

AISSP

Alarm Indication Signal Seconds - Path

CVCPP

Coding Violations - CP-Bit Path

CVL

Coding Violations - Line

CVP

Coding Violations - Path

CVS

Coding Violations - Section

CVV

Coding Violations

ESCPP

Errored Seconds - CP- Bit Path

ESL

Errored Seconds - Line

ESP

Errored Seconds - Path

ESS

Errored Seconds - Section

ESV

Errored Seconds - VT Path

FCL

Failure Count - Line

FCP

Failure Count - Path

LOSSL

Loss of Signal Seconds - Line

NPJC-PDET

PPJC-PDET:Negative Pointer Justification

NPJC-PGEN

PPJC-PDEN:Negative Pointer Justification

PPJC-PDET

PPJC-PDET:Positive Pointer Justification

PPJC-PGEN

PPJC-PDEN:Positive Pointer Justification

PSC

Protection Switching Count

PSD

Protection Switching Duration

SASCPP

Severely Errored Framing/AIS Second - CP-Bit Path

SASP

Severely Errored Framing/AIS Seconds Path

SEFS

Severely Errored Framing Seconds

SESCPP

Severely Errored Seconds - CP-Bit Path

SESL

Severely Errored Seconds - Line

SESP

Severely Errored Seconds - Path

SESS

Severely Errored Seconds - Section

SESV

Severely Errored Seconds - VT Path

UASCPP

Unavailable Seconds - CP-Bit Path

UASL

Unavailable Seconds - Line

UASP

Unavailable Seconds - Path

UASV

Unavailable Seconds - VT Path


4.3.6 ALL_THR

Threshold list

Table 4-26 ALL_THR Value 

ALL_THR Values
Description

T-AISSP

Alarm Indication Signal Seconds - Path

T-CVCPP

Coding Violations - CP-Bit Path

T-CVL

Coding Violations - Line

T-CVP

Coding Violations - Path

T-CVS

Coding Violations - Section

T-CVV

Coding Violations - VT Path

T-ESCPP

Errored Seconds - CP-Bit Path

T-ESL

Errored Seconds - Line

T-ESP

Errored Seconds - Path

T-ESS

Errored Seconds - Section

T-ESV

Errored Seconds - VT Path

T-FCL

Failure Count - Line

T-FCP

Failure Count - Path

T-LOSSL

Loss of Signal Seconds - Line

T-PJNEG

PPJC-PDET:Negative Pointer Justification

T-PJNEG-GEN

PPJC-PGEN:Negative Pointer Justification

T-PJPOS

PPJC-PDET:Positive Pointer Justification

T-PJPOS-GEN

PPJC-PGEN:Positive Pointer Justification

T-PSC

Protection Switching Count

T-PSD

Protection Switching Duration

T-SASCPP

Severely Errored Framing/AIS Second - CP-Bit Path

T-SASP

Severely Errored Framing/AIS Seconds

T-SEFS

Severely Errored Framing Seconds

T-SESCPP

Severely Errored Second - CP-Bit Path

T-SESL

Severely Errored Second - Line

T-SESP

Severely Errored Second - Path

T-SESS

Severely Errored Second - Section

T-SESV

Severely Errored Second - VT Path

T-UASCPP

Unavailable Second - CP-Bit Path

T-UASL

Unavailable Second - Line

T-UASP

Unavailable Second - Path

T-UASV

Unavailable Second - VT Path


4.3.7 BLSR_MODE

BLSR mode

Table 4-27 BLSR_MODE Values

BLSR_MODE Values
Description

2F

Two fiber BLSR

4F

Four fiber BLSR


4.3.8 BLSR_TYPE

BLSR type of an OCN port

Table 4-28 BLSR_TYPE Values 

BLSR_TYPE Values
Description

EASTPROT

Identifies that the OCN port is an east protecting port

EASTWORK

Identifies that the OCN port is an east working port

WESTPROT

Identifies that the OCN port is a west protecting port

WESTWORK

Identifies that the OCN port is a west working port


4.3.9 CCT

Defines the type of cross-connect to be created

Table 4-29 CCT Values

CCT Values
Description

1WAY

A unidirectional connection from a source tributary to a destination tributary

1WAYDC

UPSR mcast drop with (1-way) continue

1WAYEN

UPSR mcast end node (1-way continue)

2WAY

A bidirectional connection between the two tributaries


4.3.10 CMD_MODE

Command mode is used to force the system to execute a given command regardless of any standing conditions. Normal mode is the default behavior for all commands but the user may specify FRCD to force the system to override a state in which the command would normally be denied.

Table 4-30 CMD_MODE Values 

CMD_MODE Values
Description

FRCD

Force the system to override a state in which the command would normally be denied

NORM

Execute the command normally. Do not override any conditions that may make the command fail.


4.3.11 COND_EFF

The affected unit's condition

Table 4-31 COND_EFF Values

COND_EFF Values
Description

CL

Standing condition cleared

SC

Standing condition raised

TC

Transient condition


4.3.12 CONDITION

The condition type of the alarm indication

Table 4-32 CONDITION Values 

CONDITION Values
Description

ALM-SUPPRESS

Alarms/Events Suppressed for this Object

AUTOSW-SDBER

Automatic Switch - Signal Degrade Bit Error Rate

AUTOSW-SFBER

Automatic Switch - Signal Failure Bit Error Rate

DS3-MISM

DS3 Frame Format Mismatch

EQPT-MISS

Replaceable Equipment/Unit is Missing

EXERCISE-RING- FAIL

Exercise Ring Failed

EXERCISE-RING-REQ

Exercise Ring

EXERCISE-SPAN-FAIL

Exercise Span Failed

EXERCISE-SPAN-REQ

Exercise Span

EXERCISING-RING

Exercise Ring Completed

EXERCISING-SPAN

Exercise Span Completed

FE-AIS

Far-end DS3 node is reporting an AIS

FE-DS1-MULTLOS

Multiple inputs detect a loss on the far-end

FE-DS1-NSA

Non-service affecting failure detected from the far-end DS1

FE-DS1-SA

Service affecting failure detected from the far-end DS1

FE-DS1-SNGLLOS

One of the DS1 inputs on the far-end detects a LOS

FE-DS3-NSA

Non-service affecting failure detected from the far-end DS3

FE-DS3-SA

Service affecting failure detected from the far-end DS3

FE-EQPT-NSA

Non-service affecting equipment failure is detected from the far-end DS3

FE-EXERCISING-RING

Far End Exercise Ring completed

FE-EXERCISING-SPAN

Far End Exercise Span completed

FE-FRCDWKSWPR-RING

Working facility forced to switch to protection unit - Ring Far end

FE-FRCDWKSWPR-SPAN

Working facility forced to switch to protection unit - Span Far end

FE-IDLE

Far end node detects an idle DS3 signal

FE-LOCKOUTOFPR-SPAN

Far end LockOut Working Channel Span

FE-LOF

Far end node reports a DS3 loss of frame

FE-LOS

Far end node reports a DS3 loss of signal

FE-MANWKSWPR-RING

Far end Manual Ring Switching command is activated

FE-MANWKSWPR-SPAN

Far end Manual Span Switching command is activated

FORCED-REQ

Forced switch request on facility/equipment

FORCED-REQ-RING

Forced switch request on a Ring

FORCED-REQ-SPAN

Forced switch request on a Span

FULLPASSTHR-BI

Bi-direction Full Pass Through is active

INC-ISD

DS3 idle condition

INHSWPR

Inhibit switch to protect request on equipment

INHSWWKG

Inhibit switch to working request on equipment

KB_PASSTHR

K-Byte Pass Through is active

LKOUTPR-S

Lockout of Protection - Span

LOCKOUT-REQ

Lockout switch request on facility/equipment

LPBKDS1FEAC

DS1 loopback signal is received from the far-end due to a Far-End Alarm and Control (FEAC) command

LPBKDS1FEAC-CMD

DS1 loopback command sent by the ONS 15454 to the far-end equipment

LPBKDS3FEAC

DS3 loopback signal is received from the far-end due to a Far-End Alarm and Control (FEAC) command

LPBKDS3FEAC-CMD

DS3 loopback command sent by the ONS 15454 to the far-end equipment

LPBKFACILITY

Loopback, Facility

LPBKTERMINAL

Loopback, Terminal

MAN

Manually caused abnormal condition

MAN-REQ

Manual Switch Request on facility/equipment

MANRESET

Recovery action - Manual system Reset

MANSWTOINT

Recovery action - Manual synchronization switch to internal clock

MANSWTOPRI

Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Primary reference

MANSWTOSEC

Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Second reference

MANSWTOTHIRD

Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Third reference

MANUAL-REQ-RING

Manual switch request on a Ring

MANUAL-REQ-SPAN

Manual switch request on a Span

PDI-P

External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failure - Payload Defect Indication - Path

PROTNA

Protection unit not available

PWRRESTART

Recovery action - Powerfail Restart

RAI

External failure - Incoming - Remote Alarm Indication

RFLOWCTL

Ethernet (G1000) Rx excess flow control

RING-SEGMENT

K-Byte Pass Through is active

RING-SW-EAST

Ring switch is active on the East side

RING-SW-WEST

Ring switch is active on the West side

ROVERSUB

Ethernet (G1000) Rx oversubscribed

SD-L

BER threshold exceeded for Signal Degrade - Line

SD-P

BER threshold exceeded for Signal Degrade - Path

SF-L

BER threshold exceeded for Signal Failure - Line

SF-P

BER threshold exceeded for Signal Failure - Path

SPAN-SW-EAST

Span switch is active on the East side

SPAN-SW-WEST

Span switch is active on the West side

SQUELCH

Occurs in a BLSR when a node that originates or terminates STS circuits fails or is isolated by multiple fiber cuts

SSM-DUS

Synchronization Status Messaging - Don't use for timing synchronization

SSM-OFF

Synchronization Status Messaging - Off

SSM-PRS

Synchronization Status Messaging - Primary reference source - Stratum 1

SSM-RES

Synchronization Status Messaging - Reserved - quality level set by user

SSM-SMC

Synchronization Status Messaging - SONET minimum clock

SSM-ST2

Synchronization Status Messaging - Stratum 2

SSM-ST3

Synchronization Status Messaging - Stratum 3

SSM-ST3E

Synchronization Status Messaging - Stratum 3E

SSM-ST4

Synchronization Status Messaging - Stratum 4

SSM-STU

Synchronization Status Messaging - Sync traceability unknown

SSM-TNC

Synchronization Status Messaging - Transit node clock

SWTOPRI

Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Primary reference

SWTOSEC

Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Second refernce

SWTOTHIRD

Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Third refernce

TFLOWCTL

Ethernet (G1000) Tx excess flow control

TOVERSUB

Ethernet (G1000) Tx oversubscribed

TPTFAIL

Ethernet (G1000) transport failure

TUNDERRUN

Ethernet (G1000) Tx under run

WKSWPR

Recovery action - Working facility/equipment switched to protection unit

WTR-RING

Recovery action - SONET ring is in Wait To Restore state

WTR-SPAN

Recovery action - SONET span in Wait To Restore state


4.3.13 CONTTYPE

The Environmental control types as defined by Telcordia GR-833-CORE, Issue 2, November 1996, Appendix G.

Table 4-33 CONTTYPE Values

CONTTYPE Values
Description

AIRCOND

Air conditioning

ENGINE

Engine

FAN

Fan

GEN

Generator

HEAT

Heat

LIGHT

Light

MISC

Miscellaneous

SPKLR

Sprinkler


4.3.14 DIRECTION

Transmit and receive directions

Table 4-34 DIRECTION Values

DIRECTION Values
Description

BTH

Both transmit and receive directions

RCV

Receive direction only

TRMT

Transmit direction only


4.3.15 DIRN

Specifies the discriminating level for the requested monitored parameter

Table 4-35 DIRN Values

DIRN Values
Description

DN

Monitored parameter with values equal to or greater than the level of LEV will be reported

UP

Monitored parameter with values equal to or less than the value of LEV will be reported


4.3.16 DS3_FMT

Indicates a DS3 digital signal format

Table 4-36 DS3_FMT Values 

DS3_FMT Values
Description

ASYNC

The DS3 digital signal format is ASYNC

CBIT

The DS3 digital signal format is C-BIT

SYNC

The DS3 digital signal format is SYNC

UNFR

The DS3 digital signal format is unframed


4.3.17 DS_LINE_CODE

DS123 Line Code

Table 4-37 DS_LINE_CODE Values

DS_LINE_CODE Values
Description

B3ZS

Bipolar with Three-Zero Substitution


4.3.18 DS_LINE_TYPE

DS123 Line type

Table 4-38 DS_LINE_TYPE Values

DS_LINE_TYPE Values
Description

C-BIT

C-BIT line type applies to DS3XM and DS3E card

M23

M23 line type applies to DS3XM and DS3E card

UNFRAMED

Line Type is unframed. The old DS3 (L3M) and DS3CR cards can only run in unframed mode.


4.3.19 DURATION

Duration

Table 4-39 DURATION Values

DURATION Values
Description

CONTS

Continuous duration


4.3.20 E_LBO

Electrical signal line buildout

Table 4-40 E_LBO Values 

E_LBO Values
Description

0-225

Electrical signal buildout range is 0-225

226-450

Electrical signal buildout range is 226-450


4.3.21 ENV_ALM

Environmental alarm types as defined by Telcordia GR-833-CORE, Issue 2, November 1996, Appendix F.

Table 4-41 ENV_ALM Values 

ENV_ALM Values
Description

AIRCOMPR

Air compressor failure

AIRCOND

Air conditioning failure

AIRDRYR

Air dryer failure

BATDSCHRG

Battery discharging

BATTERY

Battery failure

CLFAN

Cooling fan failure

CPMAJOR

Centralized power major failure

CPMINOR

Centralized power minor failure

ENGINE

Engine failure

ENGOPRG

Engine operating

EXPLGS

Explosive gas

FIRDETR

Fire detector failure

FIRE

Fire

FLOOD

Flood

FUSE

Fuse failure

GEN

Generator failure

HIAIR

High airflow

HIHUM

High humidity

HITEMP

High temperature

HIWTR

High water

INTRUDER

Intrusion

LWBATVG

Low battery voltage

LWFUEL

Low fuel

LWHUM

Low humidity

LWPRES

Low cable pressure

LWTEMP

Low temperature

LWWTR

Low water

MISC

Miscellaneous

OPENDR

Open door

POWER

Commercial power failure

PUMP

Pump failure

PWR-48

48 Volt power supply failure

RECT

Rectifier failure

RECTHI

Rectifier high voltage

RECTLO

Rectifier low voltage

SMOKE

Smoke

TOXICGAS

Toxic gas

VENTN

Ventilation system failure


4.3.22 ENV_CRTL_MODE

Current state of the environmental control

Table 4-42 ENV_CRTL_MODE Values

ENV_CRTL_MODE Values
Description

CLOSE

Environmental control state is closed

OPEN

Environmental control state is opened


4.3.23 EQPT_TYPE

Identifies the type of equipment being provisioned into a slot

Table 4-43 EQPT_TYPE Values 

EQPT_TYPE Values
Description

AIC

The Alarm Interface Controller Card is an optional card which expands system management capabilities for the customer defined alarm I/O and orderwire functionality

AIP

The Alarm Indicator Panel

BP

The Backplane of the NE

DCC

The Data Communications Channel

DS1-14

A 14 port interface card supporting DS1 facilities

DS1N-14

A 14 port interface card supporting DS1 facilities

DS3-12

A 12 port interface card supporting DS3 facilities

DS3-3

A 3 port interface card supporting DS3 facilities

DS3ATM-12

A 12 port interface card supporting DS3 ATM facilities

DS3CR-12

Cost reduced DS3

DS3E-12

A 12 port interface card supporting DS3E facilities

DS3NE-12

A 12 port interface card supporting DS3NE facilities

DS3N-12

A 12 port interface card supporting DS3 facilities

DS3XM-6

An interface card that converts six framed DS-3 network connections to 28x6 or 168 VT1.5s

E1000T-2

A 2 port interface card supporting 1000 Base T Ethernet facilities

E100T-12

A 12 port interface card supporting 100 Base T Ethernet facilities

E100T-G

A 2 port interface card supporting 1000 Base T Ethernet facilities and is compatible with the XC192 card

E1000-2-G

A 12 port interface card supporting 100 Base T Ethernet facilities and is compatible with the XC192 card

EC1-12

A 12 port interface card supporting EC1 facilities

FTA

The Fan Tray of the NE

FTA1

The Fan Tray 1 of the NE

FTA2

The Fan Tray 2 of the NE

G1000-4

G1000-4 gigabyte Ethernet card

OC12

An interface card that supports one or more OC-12 (622Mbs) optical facilities

OC12-IR-1

An interface card that supports one intermediate range OC-12 (622Mbs) optical facilities

OC12-LR-1

An interface card that supports one long range OC-12 (622Mbs) optical facilities

OC12-SR-1

An interface card that supports one short range OC-12 (622Mbs) optical facilities

OC3

An interface card that supports multiple OC-3 (155Mbs) optical facilities

OC3-IR-4

An interface card that supports four intermediate range OC-3 (155Mbs) optical facilities

OC3-SR-4

An interface card that supports four short range OC-3 (155Mbs) optical facilities

OC3ATM-IR-6

An interface card that supports six intermediate range OC-3 (155Mbs) ATM optical fibers

OC3POS-SR-4

An interface card that supports four short range OC-3 (155Mbs) POS
optical facilities

OC48

An interface card that supports one or more extended long range OC-48 (2.5Gbs) optical facility that can only be provisioned in the high-speed I/O slots

OC48-AS-1

An interface card that supports one short range OC-48 (2.5Gbs) optical facility that can be provisioned in any I/O slot

OC48-ELR-1

An interface card that supports one short range OC-48 (2.5Gbs) optical facility that can be provisioned in any I/O slot

OC48-IR-1

An interface card that supports one intermediate range OC-48 (2.5Gbs) optical facility

OC48-LR-1

An interface card that supports one long range OC-48 (2.5Gbs) optical facility

OC48-SR-1

An interface card that supports one short range OC-48 (10Gbs) optical facilities

OC192-LR-1

An interface card that supports one or more OC-192 optical facilities

TCC+

The Timing Communication and Control+ card

XC

A cross-connect card

XC192

A cross-connect card that cross-connects STS-12, STS-48, and STS-192 signal rates

XCVT

A cross-connect card


4.3.24 EQUIP

Indicates the presence of a plug-in unit

Table 4-44 EQUIP Values

EQUIP Values
Description

EQUIP

The unit is Equipped - present

UNEQUIP

The unit is Unequipped - absent


4.3.25 EQUIPMENT_TYPE

Equipment type

Table 4-45 EQUIPMENT_TYPE Values 

EQUIPMENT_TYPE Values
Description

AIC

AIC card

DS1

DS1 card

DS1N

DS1N card

DS3

DS3 card

DS3E

DS3E card

DS3N

DS3N card

DS3NE

DS3NE card

DS3XM

DS3XM card

E100T-12

E100T-12 card

E1000T

E1000T card

E100T

E100T card

EC1

EC1 card

G1000-4

G1000-4 card

OC3

OC3 card

OC12

OC12 card

OC48

OC48 card

OC192

OC192 card

TCC+

TCC+ card

XC192

XC192 card

XC

XC card

XCVT

XCVT card


4.3.26 EXT_RING

Indicates if the ring supports the extended K1/K2/K3 protocol

Table 4-46 EXT_RING Values

EXT_RING Values
Description

N

Indicates the Ring does not support the extended K1/K2/K3 protocol

Y

Indicates the Ring does support the extended K1/K2/K3 protocol


4.3.27 FLOW

Indicates the type of flow control that has been negotiated for an Ethernet port

Table 4-47 FLOW Values

FLOW Values
Description

ASYMMETRIC

Asymmetric flow control

NONE

No flow control


4.3.28 FRAME_FORMAT

The frame format for a T1 port

Table 4-48 FRAME_FORMAT Values

FRAME_FORMAT Values
Description

D4

Frame format is D4

ESF

Frame format is ESF

UNFRAMED

Frame format is unframed


4.3.29 LINE_BUILDOUT

Line buildout

Table 4-49 LINE_BUILDOUT Values

LINE_BUILDOUT Values
Description

0-131

Line buildout range is 0-131

132-262

Line buildout range is 132-262

263-393

Line buildout range is 263-393

394-524

Line buildout range is 394-524

525-655

Line buildout range is 525-655


4.3.30 LINE_CODE

Line code

Table 4-50 LINE_CODE Values

LINE_CODE Values
Description

AMI

Line code value is AMI

B8ZS

Line code value is B8ZS (Bipolar with Three-Zero Substitution)


4.3.31 LOCATION

Identifies the location where the action is to take place

Table 4-51 LOCATION Values

LOCATION Values
Description

FEND

Action occurs on the Far End of the facility

NEND

Action occurs on the Near End of the facility


4.3.32 LPBK_TYPE

Indicates the type of loopback that is to be operated or released

Table 4-52 LPBK_TYPE Values

LPBK_TYPE Values
Description

FACILITY

A type of loopback that connects the incoming received signal immediately following the optical-to-electrical conversion (after descrambling) to the associated transmitter in the return direction

TERMINAL

A loopback that connects the signal that is about to be transmitted (after scrambling but before the electrical-to-optical conversion) is connected to the associated, incoming receiver


4.3.33 MFS_TYPE

Indicates the maximum frame size used by an Ethernet card

Table 4-53 MFS_TYPE Values

MFS_TYPE Values
Description

1548

Normal frame size

JUMBO

Jumbo frame size


4.3.34 MOD2

Line/Path Modifier

Table 4-54 MOD2 Values 

MOD2 Values
Description

DS1

DS1 line of a DS3XM card

EC1

EC1 facility

OC3

OC3 facility

OC12

OC12 facility

OC48

OC48 facility

OC192

OC192 facility

STS1

STS1 path

STS3C

STS3C path

STS6C

STS6C path

STS12C

STS12C path

STS48C

STS48C path

STS192C

STS192C path

T1

T1/DS1 facility/line

T3

T3/DS3 facility/line

VT1

VT1_5 path


4.3.35 MOD2_IO

Facility/Line Modifier

Table 4-55 MOD2_IO Values 

MOD2_IO Values
Description

DS1

DS1 line of a DS3XM card

EC1

EC1 facility

G1000

G1000 facility

OC3

OC3 facility

OC12

OC12 facility

OC48

OC48 facility

OC192

OC192 facility

T1

T1/DS1 facility

T3

T3/DS3 facility


4.3.36 MOD2ALM

Alarm type for certain generic TL1 commands

Table 4-56 MOD2ALM Values 

MOD2ALM Values
Description

DS1

DS1 alarm

E100

E100 alarm

E1000

E1000 alarm

EC1

EC1 alarm

G1000

G1000 alarm

OC3

OC3 alarm

OC12

OC12 alarm

OC48

OC48 alarm

OC192

OC192 alarm

STS1

STS1 alarm

STS3C

STS3C alarm

STS6C

STS6C alarm

STS12C

STS12C alarm

STS48C

STS48C alarm

STS192C

STS192C alarm

T1

T1 alarm

T3

T3 alarm

VT1

VT1 alarm


4.3.37 MOD2B

Alarm type for certain generic TL1 commands

Table 4-57 MOD2B Values 

MOD2B Values
Description

BITS

BITS alarm

COM

COM alarm

DS1

DS1 alarm

E100

E100 alarm

E1000

E1000 alarm

EC1

EC1 alarm

ENV

ENV alarm

EQPT

EQPT alarm

G1000

G1000 alarm

OC3

OC3 alarm

OC12

OC12 alarm

OC48

OC48 alarm

OC192

OC192 alarm

STS1

STS alarm

STS3C

STS alarm

STS6C

STS alarm

STS12C

STS alarm

STS48C

STS alarm

STS192C

STS Alarm

SYNCN

SYNCN alarm

T1

T1 alarm

T3

T3 alarm

TCC

TCC alarm

VT1

VT alarm


4.3.38 MOD_PATH

STS/VT Path Modifier

Table 4-58 MOD_PATH Values

MOD_PATH Values
Description

STS1

STS1 path

STS3C

STS3C path

STS6C

STS6C path

STS9C

STS9C path

STS12C

STS12C path

STS 24C

STS 24C path

STS48C

STS48C path

STS192

STS192C path

VT1

VT1_5 path


4.3.39 MOD_PORT

Move from MOD2_IO without DS1

Table 4-59 MOD_PORT Values

MOD_PORT Values
Description

EC1

EC1 port

G1000

G1000 port

OC3

OC3 port

OC12

OC12 port

OC48

OC48 port

OC192

OC192 port

T1

T1/DS1 port

T3

T3/DS3 port


4.3.40 MOD_TACC

Test Access Modifier

Table 4-60 MOD_TACC Values 

MOD_TACC Values
Description

DS1

DS1 line of a DS3XM card

STS1

STS1 path

STS3C

STS3C path

STS6C

STS6C path

STS9C

STS9C path

STS12C

STS12C path

STS24C

STS24C path

STS48C

STS48C path

STS192C

STS192C path

T1

T1/DS1 facility/line

T3

T3/DS3 facility/line

VT1

VT1_5 path


4.3.41 MODIFIER

Modifier for certain TL1 commands that are generic in syntax

Table 4-61 MODIFIER Values 

MODIFIER Values
Description

BITS

BITS command modifier

EQPT

Equipment command modifier

OC3

OC-3 command modifier

OC12

OC-12 command modifier

OC48

OC-48 command modifier

OC192

OC-192 command modifier

STS1

STS1 command modifier

STS3C

STS3C command modifier

STS9C

STS9C command modifier

STS12C

STS12C command modifier

STS24C

STS24C command modifier

STS48C

STS48C command modifier

SYNCN

Synchronization command modifier

T3

T3/DS3 command modifier


4.3.42 MODULE_OP

Module operation mode

Table 4-62 MOD_OP Values 

MODULE_OP Values
Description

CLR

Clear switch operation mode

LOCKDX

Lock duplex switch operation mode

LOCKPRT

Lock switch to protection operation mode

LOCKWKG

Lock switch to working operation mode

RST

Reset operation mode

SWITCHDX

Switch duplex operation mode

SWITCHPRT

Switch to protection operation mode

SWITCHWKG

Switch to working operation mode

UNLOCKDX

Unlock duplex switch operation mode

UNLOCKPRT

Unlock switch to protection operation mode

UNLOCKWKG

Unlock switch to working operation mode

UPGRADE

Upgrade operation mode


4.3.43 MSGTYPE

Type of trace message

Table 4-63 MSGTYPE Values

MSGTYPE Values
Description

EXPTRC

Expected incoming Path trace message

INCTRC

Incoming Path trace message

TRC

Outgoing Path trace message


4.3.44 MUX_TYPE

BLSR Extension Byte

Table 4-64 MUX_TYPE Values

MUX_TYPE Values
Description

E2

E2 Byte (orderwire)

F1

F1 Byte (user)

K3

K3 Byte

Z2

Z2 Byte


4.3.45 NOTIF_CODE

The 2-character Notification Code associated with an autonomous message

Table 4-65 NOTIF_CODE Values

NOTIF_CODE Values
Description

CL

The condition causing the alarm has Cleared

CR

A Critical alarm

MJ

A Major alarm

MN

A Minor alarm

NA

The condition is Not Alarmed

NR

The alarm is not reported


4.3.46 OCN_4F

Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in 4F BLSR

Table 4-66 OCN_4F Values

OCN_4F Values
Description

OC48

Optical Carrier level-48 (2.4Gbs)

OC192

Optical Carrier level-192 (10Gbs)


4.3.47 OCN_BLSR

Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in BLSR

Table 4-67 OCN_BLSR Values

OCN_BLSR Values
Description

OC12

Optical Carrier level-12 (662Mbs)

OC48

Optical Carrier level-48 (2.4Gbs)

OC192

Optical Carrier level-192 (10Gbs)


4.3.48 OCN_MONTYPE

OCN monitor type

Table 4-68 OCN_MONTYPE Values

OCN_MONTYPE Values
Description

CVL

Coding Violation - Line

ESL

Errored Second - Line

PJNEG

PPJC-PDET:Negative Pointer Justification

PJPOS

PPJC-PFEN:Negative Pointer Justification

PSC

Protection Switching Count

PSD

Protection Switching Duration

SEFS

Severely Errored Framing Seconds

UASL

Unavailable Second -Line


4.3.49 OCN_TYPE

Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in the ENT/ED/DLT/RTRV commands

Table 4-69 OCN_TYPE Values

OCN_TYPE Values
Description

OC3

Optical Carrier level-3 (155Mbs)

OC12

Optical Carrier level-12 (622Mbs)

OC48

Optical Carrier level-48 (2.4Gbs)

OC192

Optical Carrier level-192 (10Gbs)


4.3.50 ON_OFF

Disable or Enable an attribute

Table 4-70 ON_OFF Values

ON_OFF Values
Description

N

Disable the attribute

Y

Enable the attribute


4.3.51 OPTICAL_MODE

The facility optical mode

Table 4-71 OPTICAL_MODE Values

OPTICAL_MODE Values
Description

SDH

The SDH optical mode the European format

SONET

The SONET optical mode the American format


4.3.52 OPTICS

The type of gigabyte Ethernet optics in place

Table 4-72 OPTICS Values

OPTICS Values
Description

1000_BASE_LX

1000 Base LX

1000_BASE_SX

1000 Base SX

1000_BASE_ZX

1000 Base ZX

UNKNOWN

Unknown Optical Type

UNPLUGGED

Unplugged


4.3.53 PM_MODE

Identifies the type of PM parameters. Only P type is supported.

Table 4-73 PM_MODE Values 

PM_MODE Values
Description

I

Transport Intermediate Node PM parameters

L

Transport Line PM parameters

NONE

No PM parameters are being stored for the entity

P

Transport Path PM parameters

S

Transport Section PM parameters

SEG

Transport Path Segment PM parameters (e.g., ISDN BRA)


4.3.54 PM_STATE

Directs the named PM mode type - path (P) state

Table 4-74 PM_STATE Values

PM_STATE Values
Description

OFF

Disable the mode

ON

Enable the mode


4.3.55 PRIVILEGE

Security level

Table 4-75 PRIVILEGE Values 

PRIVILEGE Values
Description

MAINT

Maintenance security level

PROV

Provisioning security level

RTRV

Retrieve security level

SUPER

Superuser security level


4.3.56 PROTECTION_GROUP

Protection group type

Table 4-76 PROTECTION_GROUP Values

PROTECTION_GROUP Values
Description

1-1

1 to 1 protection group

1-N

1 to N protection group


4.3.57 PST

Primary State. This parameter indicates the current overall service condition of an entity.

Table 4-77 PST Values

PST Values
Description

IS

In-service

OOS

Out-of-Service


4.3.58 PSTQ

Primary State Qualifier. This parameter qualifies PST. If the entity is in-service, PSTQ indicates whether it is totally or partially in service. If the entity is out-of-service, PSTQ indicates whether this is due to an external management command or is determined by the NE itself based on an event that occurred in the NE.

Table 4-78 PSTQ Values 

PSTQ Values
Description

ANR

(Abnormal)—The entity is allowed to perform all of its provisioned functions, but it is capable of performing only part of (but not none) these functions or of performing these functions at a degraded level. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of IS.

ANRST

(Abnormal and Restricted)—The entity is capable of performing only part (but not none) of its provisioned functions or of performing these functions at a degraded level. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of IS.

AU

(Autonomous)—The entity is incapable of performing any of its provisioned functions, and there is no external administrative restriction inhibiting the entity from performing this functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of OOS.

AUMA

(Autonomous and Management)—The entity is incapable of performing any of its provisioned functions, and at the same time has been intentionally suspended from performing all of its provisioned functions.This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of OOS.

AURST

(Autonomous and Restricted)—The entity is incapable of performing any of its provisioned functions and at the same time being intentionally suspended from performing part of its provisioned functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of OOS.

MA

(Management)—The entity is intentionally suspended by the external management command from performing all of its provisioned functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of OOS.

MAANR

(Management and Abnormal)—The entity is operationally capable of performing only part of its provisioned functions or at a degraded level, and at the same time is intentionally suspended from performing all of its provisioned functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of OOS.

NR

(Normal)—This value implies that the entity is normally in service. It is capable and allowed to provide all of its provisioned functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of IS.

RST

(Restricted)—The entity is capable of performing all of its provisioned functions but is intentionally suspended from performing part of, but not all, these functions. This value of PSTQ qualifies the PST value of IS.


4.3.59 REVERTIVE_TIME

Revertive time

Table 4-79 REVERTIVE_TIME Values

REVERTIVE_TIME Values
Description

0.5 - 9.5

Revertive time is 0.5 to 9.5 minutes


4.3.60 RNG_TYPE

Defines the type of ring that is to be deployed for this path

Table 4-80 RNG_TYPE Values

RNG_TYPE Values
Description

BLSR2

2-Fiber Bidirectional Line Switched Ring

BLSR4

4-Fiber Bidirectional Line Switched Ring

UPSR

Unidirectional Path Switched Ring


4.3.61 SD_BER

The threshold for declaring Signal Degrade on a facility or path

Table 4-81 SD_BER Values

SD_BER Values
Description

1E-5 - 1E-9

SDBER is the 1E-5 to 1E-9


4.3.62 SDCC_MODE

Enables or disables the Section Data Communications Channel (SDCC) for the specified facility

Table 4-82 SDCC_MODE Values

SDCC_MODE Values
Description

N

Section Data Communications Channel is disabled for this facility

Y

Section Data Communications Channel is enabled for this facility


4.3.63 SERV_EFF

Indicates the effect of the alarm on service

Table 4-83 SERV_EFF Values

SERV_EFF Values
Description

NSA

The condition is Non-Service Affecting

SA

The condition is Service Affecting


4.3.64 SF_BER

The threshold for declaring Signal Failure on a facility or path

Table 4-84 SF_BER Values

SF_BER Values
Description

1E-3 - 1E-5

SFBER is the 1E-3 to 1E-5


4.3.65 SIDE

The role the unit is playing in the protection group

Table 4-85 SIDE Values

SIDE Values
Description

PROT

The entity is the protection unit in the protection group

WORK

The entity is a working unit in the protection group


4.3.66 SST

Secondary State. This parameter provides additional information pertaining to PST and PSTQ. Values for this state included here are a subset of the list in the GR document.

Table 4-86 SST Values

SST Values
Description

ACT

Active

FLT

Fault

LPBK

Loopback

MEA

Mismatch of Equipment and Attributes

STBYH

Standby Hot

STBYI

Standby Inhibited

STBYS

Standby Switched

SWDL

Software Downloading

UAS

Unassigned

UEQ

Unequipped

WKR

Working


4.3.67 STATE

The provisioned state of the equipment unit or facility

According to the Telcordia State Model which describes the current state of an NE defined in GR-1093-CORE, the 15454's Equipment state is mapped (roughly) to the Telcordia State Model.

The optional [<STATE>] field in the autonomous messages REPT RMV EQPT and REPT RST EQPT can be populated with the values below.

The [<STATE>] field is populated by the combination of the PST-PSTQ-SST. For the REPT RMV rr and REPT RST rr, the optional [<STATE>] field will be populated with just PST.

Table 4-87 STATE Values 

STATE Values
Description

IS-NR-ACT

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of ACTIVE.

IS-NR-STBYH

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of STANDBY.

OOS-AU-FLT

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of FAILED.

OOS-AU-MEA

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of MISMATCH.

OOS-AUMA-UEQ

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of NOT_PRESENT.

OOS-MA-UAS

This Telcordia State Model is mapped to the 15454 State of LOADING.


4.3.68 STATUS

Indicates whether the unit in the protection pair is active or standby

Table 4-88 STATUS Values

STATUS Values
Description

ACT

The entity is the active unit on the shelf

NA

Status is unavailable

STBY

The entity is the standby unit on the shelf


4.3.69 STM_TYPE

The Synchronous Transport Mode of the NE

Table 4-89 STM_TYPE Values

STM_TYPE Values
Description

SDH

The NE is operating in Synchronous Digital Hierarchy mode

SONET

The NE is operating in Synchronous Optical Network mode


4.3.70 STS_MAP

The payload mapping of a terminated STS path

Table 4-90 STS_MAP Values

STS_MAP Values
Description

ASYNC

The STS path is carrying an Asynchronous DS3 payload

ATM

The STS path is carrying ATM cells

NONE

The STS path is not terminated


4.3.71 STS_MONTYPE

STS Monitor Type

Table 4-91 STS_MONTYPE Values

STS_MONTYPE Values
Description

CVP

Coding Violation - P

ESP

Errored Second - Path

SESP

Severely Errored Second - Path

UASP

Unavailable Second - Path


4.3.72 STS_PATH

Modifier for some of the STS commands

Table 4-92 STS_PATH Values

STS_PATH Values
Description

STS1

Synchronous Transport Signal level-1 (51Mbs)

STS3C

Synchronous Transport Signal level-3 Concatenated (155Mbs)

STS6C

Synchronous Transport Signal level-6 Concatenated (310Mbs)

STS12C

Synchronous Transport Signal level-12 Concatenated (622Mbs)

STS48C

Synchronous Transport Signal level-48 Concatenated (2488Mbs)

STS192C

Synchronous Transport Signal level-192 (9952Mbs)


4.3.73 SWITCH

The type of switch to be initiated

Table 4-93 SWITCH Values

SWITCH Values
Description

FRCD

Force a switch unless another FRCD or LOCKOUT is in effect

LOCKOUT

Locks the facility out of switching. The system cannot switch to the protect facility to carry service.

MAN

Requests a manual switch of the facility


4.3.74 SWITCH_TYPE

BLSR switch type

Table 4-94 SWITCH_TYPE Values 

SWITCH_TYPE Values
Description

RING

BLSR ring switch type

SPAN

BLSR span switch type


4.3.75 SYNC_GENERATION

Synchronization status message set generation

Table 4-95 SYNC_GENERATION Values

SYNC_GENERATION Values
Description

GEN1

First generation SSM set

GEN2

Second generation SSM set


4.3.76 SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL

Reserved for network synchronization quality level

Table 4-96 SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL Values

SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
Description

ABOVE-PRS

Better than Primary Reference Source

ABOVE-SMC

Between SMC and ST3

ABOVE-ST2

Between ST2 and STU

ABOVE-ST3

Between ST3 and ST2

ABOVE-ST3E

Between ST3E and TNC

ABOVE-ST4

Between ST4 and ST3

ABOVE-STU

Between STU and PRS

ABOVE-TNC

Between TNC and PRS

BELOW-ST4

Below ST4 but still usable

SAME-AS-DUS

Disable the RES message by equating it to DUS


4.3.77 T1_MONTYPE

T1 monitor type

Table 4-97 T1_MONTYPE Values 

T1_MONTYPE
Description

CVL

Coding Violation - Line

CVP

Coding Violation - Path

ESL

Errored Second - Line

SASP

Severely Errored Framing/AIS Seconds

SESL

Severely Errored Second - Line

SESP

Severely Errored Second - Path

UASP

Unavailable Second - Path


4.3.78 T3_MONTYPE

T3 monitor type

Table 4-98 T3_MONTYPE Values

T3_MONTYPE Values
Description

CVL

Coding Violation - Line

ESL

Errored Second - Line

SESL

Severely Errored Second - Line


4.3.79 TACC_MODE

Test access mode

Table 4-99 TACC_MODE Values 

TACC_MODE Values
Description

LOOPE

Indicates to split both the A and B paths, connect the line incoming from E direction to the line outgoing in the E direction, and connect this looped configuration to the FAD. The line outgoing in the F direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming from the F direction shall be terminated by the nominal characteristic impedance of the line.

LOOPF

Indicates to split both the A and B paths, connect the line incoming from F direction to the line outgoing in the F direction, and connect this looped configuration to the FAD. The line outgoing in the E direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming from the E direction shall be terminated by the nominal characteristic impedance of the line.

MONE

Indicates that a monitor connection is to be provided from the FAD to the A transmission path of the accessed circuit.

MONEF

Indicates that a monitor connection is to be provided from the FAD1 to a DFAD, or the odd pair of a FAP, to the A transmission path and from FAD2 of the same DFAD, or the even pair of a FAP, to the B transmission path of the accessed circuit.

MONF

Indicates that a monitor connection is to be provided from the FAD to the B transmission path of the accessed circuit.

SPLTA

Indicates that a connection is to be provided from both the E and F sides of the A transmission path of the circuit under test to the FAD and split the A transmission path.

SPLTB

Indicates that a connection is to be provided from both the E and F sides of the B transmission path of the circuit under test to the FAD and split the B transmission path.

SPLTE

Indicates to split both the A and B paths and connect the E side of the accessed circuit to the FAD. The line outgoing in the F direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming from the F direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming from the E direction shall be terminated by the nominal characteristic impedance of the line.

SPLTEF

Indicates to split both the A and B paths, and connect the E side of the accessed circuit to FAD1 and the F side to FAD2.

SPLTF

Indicates to split both the A and B paths, and connect the F side of the accessed circuit to the FAD. The line outgoing in the E direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming in the E direction shall have a QRS connected, and the line incoming from the E direction shall be terminated by the nominal characteristic impedance of the line.


4.3.80 TIMING_MODE

Timing mode for the current node

Table 4-100 TIMING_MODE Values

TIMING_MODE Values
Description

EXTERNAL

The node derives its clock from the BITS input

LINE

The node derives its clock from the SONET lines

MIXED

The node derives its clock from the BITS inputs and SONET lines


4.3.81 TMG_REF

Identifies whether or not this entity is the Timing Reference for its group. For equipment, it identifies the facility that is supplying the timing reference. For interface groups, it identifies the card that is supplying the main timing reference.

Table 4-101 TMG_REF Values

TMG_REF Values
Description

N

This facility or card is not a timing reference

Y

This facility or card is a timing reference


4.3.82 TMPER

Performance parameter

Table 4-102 TMPER Values 

TMPER Values
Description

15-MIN

Performance Parameter Accumulation Interval Length - Every 15 Minutes

1-DAY

Performance Parameter Accumulation Interval Length - Every 24 Hours


4.3.83 TRCMODE

Path Trace Mode

Table 4-103 TRCMODE Values

TRCMODE Values
Description

AUTO

Use the incoming path trace message as the expected path trace message

MAN

Use the expected path trace message as the expected path trace message

OFF

No path trace processing


4.3.84 UNI_BI

Unidirectional and Bidirectional switch operations

Table 4-104 UNI_BI Values

UNI_BI Values
Description

BI

Bidirectional protection switching

UNI

Unidirectional protection switching


4.3.85 USE_DST

Identifies whether Daylight Saving Time is recognized in the area where this NE is deployed.

Table 4-105 USE_DST Values

USE_DST Values
Description

N

Daylight Saving Time is not recognized

Y

Daylight Saving Time is recognized


4.3.86 VALIDITY

Response validity

Table 4-106 VALIDITY Values

VALIDITY Values
Description

COMPL

Complete Response

PRTL

Partial Response


4.3.87 VT1_5_MONTYPE

VT1_5 Monitor Type

Table 4-107 VT1_5_MONTYPE Values

VT1_5_MONTYPE Values
Description

CVV

Coding Violation - VT Path

ESV

Errored Seconds - VT Path

SESV

Severely Errored Seconds - VT Path

UASV

Unavailable Second - VT Path