features have been introduced in Release 18.104.22.168:
PRBS (Pseudo Random
Binary Sequence) allow user to perform data integrity checks on their
encapsulated packet data payload using a pseudo-random bit stream pattern. PRBS
expects a bit pattern to be generated and sent to the peer router that will use
this feature to detect either the bit pattern sent is intact or not.
Wizard allows the user to do all the necessary configurations to make the node
available in the network. After performing all these configurations, user will
be able to create end to end OTN tunnels or circuits.
Currently the UNI
interface between NCS4K and NCS4K-2H-W nodes need to have an IP address at the
two ends. Unnumbered Interface enables support for UNI links between NCS4K and
operate in 10x10G mode physically inside the hardware. Using breakout, each
lane of NCS4K-2H-O-K card can be used separately and as a physical 10G port.
Connection Protection with sublayer monitoring (SNC/S) allows triggering of
protection switching when the signal fails or signal degrade defects detect at
Alarm Profile on
This allows creation
of alarm profile on port granularity. The fault profile will be created at card
level. If the user has applied a profile to the card level then it is
applicable for all the ports on that card. Using this feature, user can apply
some different profiles to different ports.
LF and RF
Local Fault (LF) and
Remote Fault (RF) alarms raise by ethernet client signal. Local Fault (LF)
alarm occurs when there is a fault on local OTN network. Remote Fault (RF)
alarm is always a consequent action of local fault.
alarm occurs when the OIR button is pressed for a card which is in operational
Redundancy Lost alarm occurs when one or more than one fabric card is removed
alarm occurs when one or more FPDs are not in current state and require
alarm occurs when the card or pluggable is physically removed or reloaded.
INSTALL-IN-PROGRESS alarm is raised when software upgrade starts
or when sysadmin ISSU starts.
alarm is raised when ISSU prepare phase starts.
MEA alarm is
reported when the physical card inserted into a slot does not match the card
type that is already provisioned for that slot.
Processor Redundancy Lost alarm occurs in one of the following conditions.