features have been introduced in Release 10.3:
The 200G-CK-LIC card
supports feature-based licensing. The 200G-CK-LIC is the licensed card version
of the 200G-CK-LC card. The base functionality is enabled in the licensed card
version. Additional features are provided through specific feature licenses.
For more information
about licensing, see the
An Optical software
maintenance upgrade (SMU) is a patch that is provided to the customer to fix an
emergency situation, such as network failure or traffic loss. The user can
download and activate a patch on the node(s) through CTC.
For more information
about optical SMUs, see the
chapter in the
In the Network
Functional View (NFV), all the panes with the exception of the Overview pane
are iconised or hidden. The complete application window is dedicated to the
network map. The panes are visible on request.
creation of protected and unprotected circuits is supported. The
Creation button in the
Creation perspective allows the user to select the type of circuit
to be created. The user can then select the source and destination nodes on the
network map. The NFV performs a check for compatible interfaces on both the
source and destination nodes. A pop up menu displays only those circuit types
that are feasible between the selected nodes. When a specific type of circuit
is chosen, a new window appears that facilitates the user to select only those
interfaces that match the selection and are available on both the nodes. All
the changes are applied just before the creation of the circuit.
are supported. Pre-routed circuits can be created using the Pre-routed option.
When the route is found by the NFV and is in DISCOVERED state, it is
highlighted in blue on the map. The circuit is created but placed out of
service. All the configuration parameters are disabled except for the circuit
action options. The user can accept the path by clicking the
Accept button or can change the constraints using
the options in the
W & P
Constraints config drop-down list. The
Accept button changes to Refresh if any other the
constraints are applied. On clicking
Refresh, the WSON re-computes the path. If the path
is acceptable, the user clicks the
Accept button and the circuit is placed in service.
information about NFV enhancements, see the
chapters in the
the performance monitoring statistics that are retrieved from the PLIM
interface of the router. The information is displayed in a tabular format.
A new squelch
option named LF is supported for 10GE, 40GE, and 100GE payloads. This option is
supported on 10x10G-LC, CFP-LC, 100G-LC-C, 100G-CK-LC, 100GS-CK-LC, and
description can be created or edited for all the optical and virtual sides of
the node using CTC or TL1.
The Trail Trace
Identifier (TTI) in the path monitoring overhead is supported in OTU, and ODU
OTN frames. It is possible to individually manage the Source Access Point
Identifer (SAPI), Destination Access Point Identifier (DAPI), and User Operator
Data fields. This feature is also supported in CTC when Cisco CRS Router is
Binary Sequence (PRBS) generation is supported on VTXP.
A new message is
displayed when the WSON signals the circuit successfully.
supported with 100GS-CK-LC or 200G-CK-LC cards on their trunk ports. The
protection switch time of 50 ms can be achieved in TXP-100G configuration with
TNC/TSC/TNCE/TSCE control cards on the
automatically detects and adjusts the cooling profile according to the cards
present on the chassis.
calibration method can be used in spans amplified with EDRA1-xx and EDRA2-xx
for Provisioning user has been extended at Node View and Network View.
information about feature enhancements, see the
Security Reference, and