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Alcatel-Lucent 1850 Transport Service Switch (TSS-3 20 and TSS-160) | Release 3.1 TURN-UP AND COMMISSIONING
Alcatel-Lucent 1850 Transport Service Switch (TSS-3 20 and TSS-160) | Release 3.1 TURN-UP AND COMMISSIONING

Alcatel-Lucent 1850

Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) | Release 3.1

TURN-UP AND COMMISSIONING GUIDE

P/N 8DG 09019 JAAA JUNE 2009 ISSUE 01

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Conformance statement

Interference Information: Part 15 of FCC Rules NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If the equipment is not installed and used in accordance with the guidelines in this document, the equipment may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at the expense of the user.

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Contents

Contents About this document Purpose xiii Reason for reissue xiii Intended audience xiii How to use

About this document Purpose

xiii

Reason for reissue

xiii

Intended audience

xiii

How to use this document

xiii

Safety information

xiv

Conventions used

xv

Related documentation

xv

Training

xvi

Document support

xvi

Technical support

xvi

How to order

xvi

How to comment

xvi

Packaging collection and recovery requirements

xvii

Recycling/take-back/disposal of product

xvii

1 Introduction

General Rules

1-2

2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting Visual inspection for shelf installation and cabling

2-2

HW setup

2-3

Start up procedure

2-4

Equipment Switch-on

2-5

General system check

2-7

PC Start-up

2-8

Software download at the first installation

2-8

NE Start-up

2-9

Software Download procedure

2-13

NE Software settings

2-15

Remote inventory

2-17

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3

Test and Measurements

Instruments, Accessories and related documents

3-3

Connection points position

3-5

Local Measures list and operating sequence

3-13

Free running frequency check

3-14

Optical STM-1 and STM-4 ports test

3-17

Optical STM-16 and STM-64 ports test

3-20

Optical GE and 10GE ports test

3-23

GbE Transport on VC4-xV

3-26

10GbE Transport on VC4-xV

3-29

Q-Bridge VLAN switching test, tagged frames

3-32

Provider Bridge VLAN switching test

3-39

CWDM ports tests

3-46

Local test in Line Terminal configuration in CWDM systems

3-52

Local test in OADM configuration in CWDM systems

3-55

Link test in CWDM systems

3-57

DWDM ports tests

3-59

Local test in Line Terminal configuration in DWDM systems

3-63

Local test in OADM configuration in DWDM systems

3-66

Link test in DWDM systems

3-68

SNCP protection check (line ports)

3-70

Protection test Matrix EPS

3-72

Synchronism priority and Holdover (if present)

3-74

Alarms check (if connected)

3-78

Remote alarms check (if present)

3-81

Rack lamps check

3-82

Housekeeping controls & alarms check

3-83

Fan 19” alarm test

3-85

Final checks

3-86

Point-to-point measures list and operating sequence

3-87

Rx Optical “line port” power check

3-88

Optical “line port” link margin

3-90

Point-to-point error monitoring check

3-92

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Ring error monitoring check

3-94

4

Connections, Configurations and Characteristics

Bidirectional XC between an STM-4 and STM-64 ports

4-2

Bidirectional protected XC between an STM-4 and STM-64 ports

4-4

Unprotected Bidirectional XC between a Remote data port (VC4-nV) and an STM-n port

4-6

P2P XC between a local and a remote data port

4-8

XC in Provider scenario

4-11

Procedure to enable and disable the ALS

4-17

Procedure to manage a loopback

4-18

SFP and XFP modules

4-21

CWDM mux/demux

4-29

DWDM mux/demux

4-36

EC320 card front view

4-37

MT320/MT320LO or MT160/MT160LO card front view

4-38

5

Alcatel-Lucent 1850 TSS-320 and TSS-160 Test Report Equipment acceptance sheet

5-2

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Technical support

Technical assistance

A-2

Accessing and navigating the On-Line Customer Support (OLCS) web site

A-7

Other technical support services

A-12

GL

Glossary Acronyms and Abbreviations

GL-1

IN

Index

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List of figures

1 Introduction

2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting

List of figures 1 Introduction 2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting 2-1 Power connector 2-5 2-2 Connection

2-1

Power connector

2-5

2-2

Connection to LAN port

2-9

2-3

ZIC Craft Terminal - Main window

2-12

3 Test and Measurements

3-1

Common boards and connection points position for 1850 TSS-320

3-6

3-2

Common cards and connection points position for 1850 TSS-160

3-9

3-3

Free-running frequency check

3-15

3-4

STM-1/STM-4 Ports test

3-18

3-5

STM-16/STM-64 Ports test

3-21

3-6

Optical GE and 10GE Ports test

3-24

3-7

GbE Transport on VC4-xV test

3-27

3-8

10GbE Transport on VC4-xV test

3-30

3-9

Q-Bridge VLAN switching test, untagged frames test

3-33

3-10

Bridge configuration

3-33

3-11

Module provisioned type selection

3-34

3-12

Port behaviour selection

3-35

3-13

Auto-negotiation enabling

3-35

3-14

Administrative state setting

3-36

3-15

VLAN creation

3-36

3-16

VLAN assignment

3-37

3-17

VLAN list

3-37

3-18

Tagged/untagged selection

3-38

3-19

Provider Bridge VLAN switching test

3-40

3-20

Provider Bridge configuration

3-40

3-21

Module provisioned type selection

3-41

3-22

Port behaviour selection

3-42

3-23

Auto-negotiation enabling

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List of figures

 

3-24

Administrative state setting

3-43

3-25

VLAN creation

3-43

3-26

VLAN assignment

3-44

3-27

VLAN list

3-44

3-28

Tagged/untagged selection

3-45

3-29

Commissioning example

3-46

3-30

Add&drop configuration *default configuration

3-48

3-31

Line Terminal configuration in CWDM systems

3-49

3-32

OADM configuration in CWDM systems

3-50

3-33

Back-to-back (HUB) configuration in CWDM systems

3-51

3-34

Local test in Line Terminal configuration in CWDM systems

3-53

3-35

Local test in OADM configuration in CWDM systems

3-56

3-36

Link Test in CWDM systems

3-57

3-37

End-to-end stability test example in CWDM systems

3-58

3-38

Line Terminal configuration in DWDM systems

3-60

3-39

OADM configuration in DWDM systems

3-61

3-40

Back-to-back (HUB) configuration in DWDM systems

3-62

3-41

Local test in Line Terminal configuration in DWDM systems

3-64

3-42

Local test in OADM configuration in DWDM systems

3-67

3-43

Link Test in DWDM systems

3-68

3-44

End-to-end stability test example in CWDM systems

3-69

3-45

SNCP protection check

3-70

3-46

Matrix/CRU EPS protection check

3-72

3-47

Synchronism priority and holdover

3-75

3-48

Alarms check

3-79

3-49

1850 TSS-320 Back panel electrical connectors location

3-84

3-50

1850 TSS-160 Back panel electrical connectors location

3-84

3-51

Rx Optical “line port” power check

3-88

3-52

Optical “line port” link margin

3-90

3-53

Point-to-point error monitoring check

3-92

3-54

Ring error monitoring check

3-94

4

Connections, Configurations and Characteristics

4-1

Bidirectional XC between an STM-4 and STM-64 ports

4-2

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List of figures

4-2

Bidirectional protected XC between an STM-4 and STM-64 ports

4-4

4-3

P2P XC between a local and a remote data port

4-8

4-4

XC in Provider scenario

4-11

4-5

VCG creation - 1

4-12

4-6

VCG creation - 2

4-12

4-7

VCG creation - 3

4-13

4-8

TD selection

4-14

4-9

XC creation - 1

4-14

4-10

XC creation - 2

4-15

4-11

XC creation - 3

4-16

4-12

EC320 card (Equipment Controller) - front view

4-37

4-13

MT320/MT320LO or MT160/MT160LO card - front view

4-38

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List of figures

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List of tables

About this document

1 Introduction

2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting

3 Test and Measurements

2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting 3 Test and Measurements 3-1 Instruments 3-3 3-2 Accessories 3-3

3-1

Instruments

3-3

3-2

Accessories

3-3

3-3

EC debugger cable pinout

3-4

3-4

Numbering and functions of common boards Connection Points

3-5

3-5

1850 TSS-320 boards position

3-6

3-6

1850 TSS-160 boards position

3-10

3-7

Alarms usage for both Channels in Add/Drop Configuration on CWLA3(OP)

3-48

3-8

Rack alarms (RA) connector pin-out

3-81

3-9

Housekeeping connector pin-out

3-83

4 Connections, Configurations and Characteristics

4-1

B&W STM-1 SFPs: optical interfaces characteristics

4-21

4-2

B&W STM-4 SFPs : optical interfaces characteristics

4-22

4-3

B&W STM-16 SFPs : optical interfaces characteristics

4-22

4-4

B&W STM-16 SFPs: long-haul optical interfaces characteristics

4-23

4-5

B&W multi-rate multi-format SFP: optical interfaces characteristics

4-23

4-6

B&W GE SFPs: optical interfaces characteristics

4-24

4-7

CWDM multi-rate (2100 to 2700 Mbps) SFPs optical interfaces characteristics

4-25

4-8

B&W 10G XFPs: optical interfaces characteristics

4-26

4-9

B&W 10G long-haul XFPs: optical interfaces characteristics

4-27

4-10

DWDM 10G XFPs: optical interfaces characteristics

4-28

4-11

1-Channel OADM w/o and w/ supervision: CADM1 and CADM1S

4-29

4-12

2-Channel OADM w/o and w/ supervision: CADM2 and CADM2S

4-30

4-13

4-Channel OADM w/o and w/ supervision: CADM4 and CADM4S

4-31

4-14

8-Channel MUX/DEMUX w/o and w/ supervision: CMDX8 and CMDX8S

4-32

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List of tables

4-15

2-Channel MUX/DEMUX w/ supervision: CMDX2S

4-34

4-16

1-Channel MUX/DEMUX w/ supervision: CMDX1S

4-35

4-17

OMDX8100: 8-channel mux/demux

4-36

5 Alcatel-Lucent 1850 TSS-320 and TSS-160 Test Report

5-1

Equipment acceptance sheet

5-2

5-2

On-Site 1850 TSS-320 Final Test

5-3

5-3

On-Site 1850 TSS-160 Final Test

5-4

5-4

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: SDH Local Measurements

5-5

5-5

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: Data Local Measurements

5-6

5-6

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: CWDM Local Measurements

5-7

5-7

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: CWDM Link Measurements

5-8

5-8

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: DWDM Local Measurements

5-10

5-9

On-Site 1850 TSS-320/160 Final Test: DWDM Link Measurements

5-11

5-10

On-Site Multiservice Node Final Test: Local Measurements

5-12

5-11

On-Site Node Final Test: House keeping (not available in Rel. 3.0)

5-12

5-12

On-Site Multiservice Node Final Test: Point-to-Point Measures

5-13

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Purpose

About this document Purpose This document provides the information and pr ocedures necessary to test and

This document provides the information and procedures necessary to test and turn up the Alcatel-Lucent 1850 Transport Service Switch 320 and 160 (Alcatel-Lucent 1850 TSS- 320 and TSS-160) system.

Reason for reissue

This document is the first issue of Release 3.1.

History

Issue

Date

Reason

01

June 2009

First validated issue of this guide

Intended audience

This installation manual provides information and procedures necessary to test, and turn up the Alcatel-Lucent 1850 TSS-320 and TSS-160 system.

This manual is a service or operations manual. Refer to Transport Service Switch (TSS- 320 and TSS-160) User Provisioning Guide, for any activities involving system settings, and Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Maintenance and Trouble-Clearing Guide, for trouble analysis.

How to use this document

The current procedure defines the commissioning modality for the 1850 TSS-320/160 equipment.

Particular attention is given to the fact that each component utilized on the links is tested at the Factory's Final Acceptance dept. during the system test phase.

The real conditions of the plant are simulated during this phase, i.e., the line is a real suitably long Optical Fiber line and the equipment is configured according to customer requirements and to the Link Description Table (LDT) supplied by the Link designers.

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About this document

The documentation of the tests carried out during the system test phase is provided with the equipment (TRS+LDT).

All the measurements necessarily executed to correctly insert the equipment into the network are repeated on site. To this concern, reference is made to the results of the factory tests carried out on the system.

Safety information

This information contains hazard statements for your safety. Hazard statements are given at points where risks of damage to personnel, equipment, and operation may exist. Failure to follow the directions in a hazard statement may result in serious consequences.

Safety precautions

Adhere to the following safety precautions:

Electrostatic discharge (ESD)

You must be properly grounded when making contact with the Alcatel-Lucent 1850 TSS- 320 and TSS-160 frame and handling circuit packs, disk drives, and tapes. Wrist strap ground cords should be routinely tested for the minimum 1-megohm resistance.

Plug-in storage

Circuit packs should be stored in static-safe packaging or in a grounded cabinet.

For additional safety precautions, please see the Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Safety Guide (SG), 8DG 09019 FAAA.

Admonishments

To avoid hazardous conditions, observe the following admonishments:

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Possibility of personal injury.conditions, observe the following admonishments: x i v DANGER Possibility of s ervice interruption. CAUTION

DANGER

Possibility of service interruption. ervice interruption.

CAUTION

Possibility of equipment damage.of personal injury. DANGER Possibility of s ervice interruption. CAUTION WARNING P/N 8DG 09019 JAAA Issue

WARNING

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Conventions used

Italic typeface denotes a particular product line or information product.

Trebuchet Bold typeface signifies a window, section, command or parameter used with the TL1 Command Builder.

Trebuchet typeface indicates a faceplate or Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS- 160) label designation, as in the ACTIVE LED on a circuit pack.

Courier Bold indicates a text entered in a field by the user

Courier typeface indicates the system or PC response to a command.

For the remainder of this document, “Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160)” is used in place of Alcatel-Lucent 1850 Transport Service Switch 320 and 160 in most cases.

Related documentation

The following list provide additional information about the Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Release 3.0:

8DG 09019 AAAA — Product Information and Planning Guide. Provides information on Equipment description, composition, features of the equipment, detailed board description, characteristics, hardware settings, and documents common boards used in the different configurations of the product

8DG 09019 BAAA— TL1 Commands Guide. Provides comprehensive resource to all Translator Language 1 commands

8DG 09019 CAAA — Maintenance and Trouble-Clearing Guide. Provides information on Maintenance and Troubleclearing procedures.

8DG 09019 DAAA — TL1 User Provisioning Guide. Provides information on provisioning procedures by means of TL1

8DG 09019 EAAA — CLI User Provisioning Guide. Provides a comprehensive resource for all the Command Line Interface commands

8DG 09019 FAAA — Safety Guide. Provides information and safety guidelines to safeguard against personal injury and to prevent material damage to the equipment.

8DG 09019 GAAA — Engineering Rules. Provides the design constraints for engineering a WDM line system.

8DG 09019 HAAA — Installation Guide . Provides information on Equipment Installation.

8DG 09019 JAAA — Turn-Up & Commissioning Guide. Provides information on Turn-Up, Tests and Operation procedures. This Guide.

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8DG 09019 KAAA — User Provisioning Guide. Provides general Craft Terminal information, screens description and user provisioning procedures by means of the ZIC.

8DG 09021 AAAA — Documentation CD-ROM. It contains the electronic format of all the above listed documents.

Training

Alcatel-Lucent University provides courses for system planning, engineering, and ordering, as well as courses to train telecommunications technicians in installation, operations, and maintenance. Suitcasing of these courses is also available. Contact Alcatel-Lucent University at 1 (888) 582-3688 to enroll in training classes. To arrange suitcase sessions, call the Product Training Manager at 1 (800) 432-6317 (within USA) or +1 (614) 764-5542 (worldwide). For a list of available courses, see the Alcatel-Lucent University web site at https://training.lucent.com.

Document support

Alcatel-Lucent provides a referral telephone number for document support. Use this number to report errors or to ask questions about the document. This is a non-technical number. The referral number is 1 (888) 727-3615 (continental United States) or +1 (630) 713-5000 (for all countries).

Technical support

For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the Alcatel-Lucent Support web site (http://alcatel-lucent.com/support) for contact information. For more information, refer to Refer to Appendix A, “Technical support” for more information.

How to order

To order Alcatel-Lucent documents, contact your local sales representative or use Online Customer Support (OLCS) (https://support.lucent.com).

How to comment

To comment on this information product, go to the Online Comment Form (http://www.lucent-info.com/comments) or email your comments to the Comments Hotline (comments@alcatel-lucent.com).

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Packaging collection and recovery requirements

Countries, states, localities, or other jurisdictions may require that systems be established for the return and/or collection of packaging waste from the consumer, or other end user, or from the waste stream. Additionally, reuse, recovery, and/or recycling targets for the return and/or collection of the packaging waste may be established.

For more information regarding collection and recovery of packaging and packaging waste within specific jurisdictions, please contact the Alcatel-Lucent Field Services/Installation - Environmental Health and Safety organization.

For installations not performed by Alcatel-Lucent, please contact the Alcatel-Lucent Customer Support Center at:

Technical Support Services, Alcatel-Lucent

Within the United States: 1 (866) 582-3688, prompt 1

From all other countries: +1 (630) 224 4672, prompt 2

Recycling/take-back/disposal of product

Electronic products bearing or referencing the symbol shown below, when put on the market within the European Union, shall be collected and treated at the end of their useful life in compliance with applicable European Union and local legislation. They shall not be disposed of as part of unsorted municipal waste. Due to materials that may be contained in the product, such as heavy metals or batteries, the environment and human health may be negatively impacted as a result of inappropriate disposal.

Note:

impacted as a resu lt of inappropriate disposal. Note: In the European Union, a solid bar

In the European Union, a solid bar under the crossed-out wheeled bin

indicates that the product was put on the market after 13 August 2005.

Moreover, in compliance with legal requirements and contractual agreements, where applicable, Alcatel-Lucent will offer to provide for the collection and treatment of Alcatel- Lucent products at the end of their useful life. Alcatel-Lucent will also offer to provide for the collection and treatment of existing products displaced by Alcatel-Lucent equipment.

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For information regarding take-back of equipment by Alcatel-Lucent, or for more information regarding the requirements for recycling/disposal of product, please contact your Alcatel-Lucent Account Manager or Alcatel-Lucent Take-Back Support at takeback@alcatel-lucent.com.

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Introduction

Overview

Purpose

1 Introduction Overview Purpose The current procedure defines the commissioning modality for the Transport Service

The current procedure defines the commissioning modality for the Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) equipment.

Safety, labels and norms

Please refer to Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Release 3.1 Safety Guide (8DG 09019 FAAA).

Main Safety Rules

The Safety Rules describe the operations and/or precautions to observe to safeguard operating personnel during the working phases and to guarantee equipment safety.

Please read them properly before starting each action on the equipment.

them properly before st arting each action on the equipment. P/N 8DG 09019 JAAA DANGER Carefully

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DANGER

Carefully observe the front-panel warning labels prior to working on the optical connections while the equipment is in-service.

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Introduction

General Rules

General Rules

WARNING Introduction General Rules General Rules Check that the equipment is operating w ith all the shields

Check that the equipment is operating with all the shields properly positioned (dummy covers, ESD connector protections, etc.).

Carefully observe the front-panel warning labels prior to working on optical connections while the equipment is in-service. labels prior to working on optical connections while the equipment is in-service.

DANGER

To reduce the risk of damaging the electrostatic sensitive devices, it is mandatory to use the elasticized band (worn around the wrist) ectrostatic sensitive devices, it is mandatory to use the elasticized band (worn around the wrist) and the coiled cord connected to the rack ground when having to touch the equipment.

WARNING

FIXING THE BOARDS (AND MODULES) INTO THE SUBRACK.the rack ground when having to touch the equipment. WARNING WARNING The screw tightening torque for

WARNING

The screw tightening torque for fixing the boards (and modules, if any and if screw-fastened) into the subrack must be:

2.8 kg/cm (0.28 Newton/m) ± 10 %

Exceeding this value may result in screw breaking.

Important! All measures could be done at the ODF (Optical Distribution Frame). or DDF (Digital Distribution Frame). points . In this case a further attenuation, due to the connectors and optcal cords presence, have to be considered in comparison with the expected nominal value

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2 Initial Turn-Up and Setting Overview Purpose The paragraphs that follow list the instructi ons that

Initial Turn-Up and Setting

Overview

Purpose

The paragraphs that follow list the instructions that must be sequentially executed as well as additional information.

Contents

The chapter contains the following topics:

“Visual inspection for shelf installation and cabling” (p. 2-2)

“HW setup” (p. 2-3)

“Start up procedure” (p. 2-4)

“Equipment Switch-on” (p. 2-5)

“General system check” (p. 2-7)

“PC Start-up” (p. 2-8)

“Software download at the first installation” (p. 2-8)

“NE Start-up” (p. 2-9)

“Software Download procedure” (p. 2-13)

“NE Software settings” (p. 2-15)

“Remote inventory” (p. 2-17)

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Visual inspection for shelf installation and cabling

Visual inspection for shelf installation and cabling

Check the following before start any procedure.

Rack allocation: according to station layout.

Shelf allocation in the rack: according to station layout.

Shelf configuration (boards installed): according to plant documentation.

Connections between equipment and DDF/ODF: according to plant documentation.

Rack and Shelf ground connections (cable section).

Power Supply connections (polarity and cable section).

Verify that the system is spotlessly clean, e.g. not dust inside the fans, within the backplane and on the boards.

Verify that all Dummy Plates are plugged and fixed with theirs screws

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HW setup

HW setup

board setting options are factory pre-set. To check hardware set-up, following malfunction, proceed as instructed in the specific chapter of the Product Information and Planning Guide (8DG 09019 AAAA). (refer to the “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv)).

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Start up procedure

Purpose

Start up procedure

The scope of this procedure is to describe the start-up phases of the Equipment and the Craft Terminal (ZIC).

Contents

The start up procedure consist in:

“Equipment Switch-on” (p. 2-5)

“Voltage polarity test” (p. 2-5)

“GENTRU Output Voltage for main shelf” (p. 2-5)

“Equipment Power-on” (p. 2-6)

“General system check” (p. 2-7)

“PC Start-up” (p. 2-8)

“Software download at the first installation” (p. 2-8)

“NE Start-up” (p. 2-9)

“Root Password” (p. 2-10)

“Host address” (p. 2-10)

“LAN address” (p. 2-10)

“Site Identification” (p. 2-11)

“Time Settings” (p. 2-11)

“Software Download procedure” (p. 2-13)

“NE Software settings” (p. 2-15)

“Remote inventory” (p. 2-17)

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Equipment Switch-on

Equipment Switch-on

The Equipment is started up through the two circuit breakers on the Top Rack Unit (when present).

Voltage polarity test

This test has to be done on each rack. The Branch Connectors of the racks are located on top or bottom of the frame.

Important!

All Circuit Breakers, Step-up Converters or GENTRU

Extension Bypass units have to be in OFF position.

1. Check branch -A and -B against "+" Line with the multi meter:

Input Power Range: -38 Vdc to -72 Vdc

2. Check the voltage of "+" Line against the rack frame.

GENTRU Output Voltage for main shelf

against the rack frame. GENTRU Output Voltage for main shelf DANGER Never disconnect and connect power

DANGER

Never disconnect and connect power cable under load.

Important!

All Step-up Converters have to be in OFF position.

1. Disconnect power cable from the PSFs

2. Turn on the Step-up Converters and check voltage at the power cable plugs.

Figure 2-1

Power connector

1 BATT.

+

2 BATT.

+

3 GND

4 - BATT.

5 -BATT.

– Branch Input < -65 VDC --> Output Power GENTRU > -65 VDC

– Branch Input > -65 VDC --> Output Power GENTRU = Branch Voltage

– Output Power Range GENTRU: -65 VDC to -75 VDC

3. After the voltages have been measured, power off the Step-up Converters and reconnect the power cables

4. Fix the power cable screws

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Equipment Power-on

Equipment Switch-on

1. Switch on all Step-up Converters, GENTRU BYPASS and Circuit Breakers located at the top of each rack

2. Switch on the equipment by turning on any circuit breaker step by step for related equipment.

3. Switch on the peripheral devices (printer, etc.) connected to the CT

After FLC (EC320) boot-up with empty persistency, the hardware in the system has to be configured via Equipment Provisioning Dialog and CT (refer to the User Provisioning Guide, listed in “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv)).

Before starting the next test or any measurement, allow a warm-up period of the 1850TSS- 320/160, for at least 30 min.

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General system check

General system check

After equipment configuration is done, the 1850TSS-320/160 should be in the following state:

1. The EC320 boards (as FLC) are running in redundant state

2. The MT320/MT320LO or MT160/MT160LO boards (as SLC) are loaded and have state active/passive in these shelves.

3. No alarms "Critical" and "Major" are present in the system.

4. No other unexpected alarms are present in the alarm table list - if this is not the case, fix the problem

5. Check actual running software version is in accordance with customer requirement Important! Record installed software versions and part number in the“Equipment acceptance sheet” (p. 5-2).

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PC Start-up

Computer hardware configuration

PC Start-up

Refer to the Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Release 3.0 — User Provisioning Guide, listed in “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv).

Computer software configuration and installation

Refer to the Transport Service Switch (TSS-320 and TSS-160) Release 3.0 — User Provisioning Guide, listed in “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv).

Important! FTP Server program installed and running is mandatory for software download.

Important!

disable it. Important! Disable the pop-up blocker, if enabled. Important! If a secure http is used (https://…), it is required to have a temporary certification. The customer can get it, following the browser indications.

In case of a firewall is running on PC, it is required to

Software download at the first installation

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WARNING

The procedure must be carried out by Alcatel-Lucent authorized personnel only.

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NE Start-up

NE Start-up

1. Connect the LAN port of the CT to the CT Interface connector, as shown in Figure 2-2, located on the MT320/MT320LO or MT160/MT160LO board respectively (SLC, plugged in slots 10 and 11).

Figure 2-2

Connection to LAN port

MT320 / MT160

Slot 10 or 11

RS 232 USB ETH R DBG LNK ACT 1 M FDX COL E LNK ACT
RS 232
USB
ETH
R
DBG
LNK
ACT
1
M
FDX
COL
E
LNK
ACT
2
M
FDX
COL
LNK
ACT
1
DS
M
FDX
COL
LNK
ACT
DS
2
FDX
COL

2. Open a browser and enter the IP default address of the TSS-320/160 ZIC Craft Terminal (ZIC) port (e.g. http://10.0.0.1 ENTER). The Authentication dialog box will be displayed on the screen. To access the NE, the operator has to be logged to the NE. Enter User and Password, then click on Login button.

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Root Password

This procedure allows to change the password.

NE Start-up

1. Follow the Security User Account Change Password menu path.

The Modify Password Identifier panel will be displayed, where is shown the current

User Identifier.

2. In the Old Password ID: field, enter the current password.

3. In the New Password ID: field, enter the desired password.

4. Click on Save.

 

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Host address

 

It allows to modify the host address.

1. Follow the Xcom DCN Phys If IP Address menu path.

The IP Address Management panel will be displayed.

2. Enter the desired IP address in the IP Address: field.

3. Click on Save.

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LAN address

It allows to modify the LAN address.

1. Follow the Xcom DCN Phys If LAN manag. menu path.

The Customer LAN Management panel will be displayed.

2. Enter the desired IP address in the IP address of NE: field, and the Subnet Mask (if any). In the panel there are some other fields: OSI Protocol (determines if the OSI Protocol will be run on the customer LAN or not), Internet Protocol (determines if the Internet Protocol will be run on the customer LAN or not), OSI Area (it is possible to enter as to which OSI Area the Customer LAN belongs to), Integrated ISIS (determines if the Integrated IS-IS Protocol will be run on the customer LAN or not), Proxy Address Resolution Protocol (determines if it is enabled or not), Channel user by (determines if the customer LAN is not used or if it is used by management plane or by control plane).

3. Click on Save.

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Site Identification

It allows to modify the NE name.

NE Start-up

1. Follow the System Management DB Management Set Site Identifier menu

path. The Set Site Identifier panel will be displayed.

2. Enter the desired name in the New Site Identifier field.

3. Click on Save.

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Time Settings

S TEPS

This procedure allows to set the Time and Network Time Protocol (NTP).

1.

Follow the System Management Network Time Protocol menu path.

A

window with Time and Date and Network Time Protocol panels will be displayed.

The Time and Date panel allows to manually set the system date and time by

 

means of six combo-boxes Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute and Sec.

 

The Network Time Protocol panel shows the current values and allows to ENABLE or DISABLE the time synchronization from the NTP server. When the NTP protocol is enabled and no NTP server is in service or reachable, then the time of day clock will keep it's current value and synchronize with the NE internal clock frequency.

2.

If

you want the time synchronization from the NTP server select the ENABLE option in

the NTP Server Synchronization: field.

By means of the New Offset three combo-boxes (+/-, HH and MM) it is possible to apply at the NTP server the UTC (Universal Time Clock) time, for all events and time stamps reported by this NE. Factory default is +00-00.

3.

Click on Save.

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Figure 2-3

ZIC Craft Terminal - Main window

NE Start-up

and Setting Figure 2-3 ZIC Craft Terminal - Main window NE Start-up 2 - 1 2

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Software Download procedure

Purpose

Software Download procedure

This procedure allows to load and install a new SW version.

This procedure allows to load and install a new SW version. Prerequisites CAUTION This procedure could

Prerequisites

CAUTION

This procedure could be traffic affecting.

The new SW package had been already copied on the server from the upgrading CD- ROM.

Procedure

1. Access the main menu of the TSS-320 or TSS-160 CT (ZIC), as described in previous para. “NE Start-up” (p. 2-9), and proceed as in the following.

2. Follow the System Management DB Management Remote File Perform

Copy menu path The Copy Remote File panel will be displayed.

3. In the From field select the generic software on a remote file server (RFSSW)

option by means of the combo-box.

4. In the To field select the standby software generic on the NE (STBYSW) option by

means of the combo-box. The other fields in the panel are relevant to the SW location on an RFS (Remote File Server) to be transferred, i.e.:

User: the entry box allows to digit the user identifier used for the ftp connection on the RFS.

Password: the entry box allows to digit the user password used for the ftp connection on the RFS.

Host: the entry box allows to digit the IP address of the host (the Remote File Server)

Port: the entry box allows to digit the port number to connect to. Most schemes designate protocols that have a default port number. The default port number for ftp is 21.

URL Path: the entry box allows to digit the details of how the specified resource (i.e. the directory where the file(s) reside) can be accessed. It has the following

syntax: /<server-path>/<swpkg> where:

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Software Download procedure

<server-path> is the path which identifies the server directories location on

FTP server (e.g.: ALCATEL-LUCENT/1850TSS320/3.1/SWPKG) according

to the Customer standard

<swpkg> is the path which identifies the Alcatel-Lucent directories location

(i.e.: 1850TSS320-3.xx-xx/1850TSS320M/3_xx_xx.)

Command Mode: the combo-box allows copying an RFS SW to the secondary backup database on the system. Select the blank option.

Overwrite: it allows copying the secondary backup database to an RFS SW. Indicates whether existing files should be overwritten. Yes as default value.

5. Click on Apply, to download the new software version

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NE Software settings

Purpose

NE Software settings

This procedure explains the basics actions can be undertaken in order to preset the equipment configuration.

1. Access the main menu of the TSS-320 or TSS-160 CT (ZIC), as described in previous para. “NE Start-up” (p. 2-9), and proceed as in the following.

2. In the Tree structure of the Main window, located on the left of the screen, refer to Figure 2-3, (pg. 2-12), click on the SLOT to be configured.

Adding a board:

1. Select an empty slot (i.e. MDL-x-x-xx)

2. In the client area appears a panel, find the Provisioned Type field and, by means the combo-box, select the desired board. The available boards are summarized in Table 3-5, (pg. 3-6) and Table 3-6, (pg. 3-10).

The Automatic In Service Mode: field allows to choose NOWAIT or AINS

(Automatically in service).

3. Click on Save.

The Auto-provisioning procedure allows to add all the cards, plugged in the shelf. This procedure is performed at NE level

4. Select the Network Element in the Tree structure, e.g. NE: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

5. Select the board level option

6. In Auto-Provisioning field, select ON option

7. Click on Save

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Setting a board out-of-service

on Save E N D O F S TEPS Setting a board out-of-service CAUTION If the

CAUTION

If the board is carrying traffic, the procedure can’t be executed. Before is necessary to perform “Forcing a board out-of-service” (p. 2-16).

1. Select a board (<Mnemonic>-x-x-xx: <Board>) or a XFP/SFP module (<Mnemonic>- x-x-xx-xx: <Module>).

2. In the client area appears a panel, find the Primary state field and, by means the combo-box, select the OOS option.

3. Click on Save.

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Forcing a board out-of-service

Initial Turn-Up and Setting Forcing a board out-of-service CAUTION Traffic affecting operation. NE Software settings 1.

CAUTION

Traffic affecting operation.

NE Software settings

1. Select a board (<Mnemonic>-x-x-xx: <Board>) or a XFP/SFP module (<Mnemonic>- x-x-xx-xx: <Module>).

2. In the client area appears a panel, find the Primary state field and, by means the combo-box, select the OOS option.

3. Find the Command Mode: field and, by means the combo-box, select the FRCD option.

4. Click on Save.

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Removing a board

option. 4. Click on Save . E N D O F Removing a board S TEPS

S TEPS

CAUTION

If the board is carrying traffic, the procedure can’t be executed. Before is necessary to perform “Forcing a board out-of-service” (p. 2-16).

1. Perform the “Setting a board out-of-service” (p. 2-15) or “Forcing a board out-of- service” (p. 2-16)

2. In the client area appears a panel, find the Remove hyperlink at the bottom of the panel.

3. Click on Remove.

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Modifying the type of the optical interface type of a board:

1. Select a board (<Mnemonic>-x-x-xx: <Board>) or a XFP/SFP module (<Mnemonic>- x-x-xx-xx: <Module>).

2. In the client area appears a panel, find the Primary state field and, by means the combo-box, select the OOS option.

3. Select the optical module in the Tree structure

4. In the client area appears a panel, find the Provisioned Type field and, by means the combo-box, select the desired module. The available modules are summarized in Table 3-5, (pg. 3-6) and Table 3-6, (pg. 3-10).

5. Click on Save The equipment configuration complies with the boards/modules inserted into the equipment being tested.

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Remote inventory

Purpose

Remote inventory

This procedure allows to check the board part number and serial number in order to verify compliance with what specified in the "Plant documentation" and that have to be recorded in Table 5-2, (pg. 5-3) for 1850 TSS-320 or Table 5-3, (pg. 5-4) for 1850 TSS-160 of the “Equipment acceptance sheet” (p. 5-2)".

Procedure for the whole remote inventory

1. Select the SHELF-x-x: UNVRSL320 or SHELF-x-x: UNVRSL160 in the Tree structure of

the Main window

2. In the Client area some panels appear (e.g. UP| Rack x > Shelf x)

3. Click on Remote inventory hyperlink and a new window opens, showing the relevant data for all the boards involved in the shelf.

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Procedure for a single board remote inventory

1. Select a board (<Mnemonic>-x-x-xx: <Board>) in the Tree structure of the Main window

2. In the Client area some panels appear (e.g. UP| Rack x > Shelf x > Board x)

3. Click on Remote inventory hyperlink and a new window opens, showing the relevant data.

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3 Test and Measurements Overview Purpose The paragraphs that follow list the instructions that must be

Test and Measurements

Overview

Purpose

The paragraphs that follow list the instructions that must be executed as well as additional information.

Contents

The chapter contains the following topics:

“Instruments, Accessories and related documents” (p. 3-3)

“Connection points position” (p. 3-5)

“Local Measures list and operating sequence” (p. 3-13)

“Free running frequency check” (p. 3-14)

“Optical STM-1 and STM-4 ports test” (p. 3-17)

“Optical STM-16 and STM-64 ports test” (p. 3-20)

“Optical GE and 10GE ports test” (p. 3-23)

“GbE Transport on VC4-xV” (p. 3-26)

“10GbE Transport on VC4-xV” (p. 3-29)

“Q-Bridge VLAN switching test, tagged frames” (p. 3-32)

“Provider Bridge VLAN switching test” (p. 3-39)

“Local test in Line Terminal configuration in CWDM systems” (p. 3-52)

“Local test in OADM configuration in CWDM systems” (p. 3-55)

“Link test in CWDM systems” (p. 3-57)

“DWDM ports tests” (p. 3-59)

“Local test in Line Terminal configuration in DWDM systems” (p. 3-63)

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Overview

“Local test in OADM configuration in DWDM systems” (p. 3-66) “Link test in DWDM systems” (p. 3-68) “SNCP protection check (line ports)” (p. 3-70) “Protection test Matrix EPS” (p. 3-72) “Synchronism priority and Holdover (if present)” (p. 3-74) “Alarms check (if connected)” (p. 3-78) “Rack lamps check” (p. 3-82) “Housekeeping controls & alarms check” (p. 3-83) “Fan 19” alarm test” (p. 3-85) “Final checks” (p. 3-86) “Point-to-point measures list and operating sequence” (p. 3-87) “Rx Optical “line port” power check” (p. 3-88) “Optical “line port” link margin” (p. 3-90) “Point-to-point error monitoring check” (p. 3-92) “Ring error monitoring check” (p. 3-94)

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Instruments, Accessories and related documents

Instruments, Accessories and related documents

Table 3-1

Instruments

REF.

INSTRUMENTS

Q.ty

CHARACTERISTICS

A

Pattern Generator /Error Detector

1

Signals available:

G.957 compliant STM-1/16 optical

 

Ethernet 10/100 Mbps

Gb Ethernet, 10 Gb Ethernet

B

Optical power meter

1

2 nd window; 3 rd window

C

Single-mode variable optical Attenuator (VOA)

1

Variable attenuator within the 0-50 dB, 2 nd and 3 rd window

D

Digital multi meter

1

 

E

Craft terminal (Personal Computer)

1

Refer to the User Provisioning Guide (see “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv)).

It can be supplied by Alcatel-Lucent.

F

Frequency meter

1

10 MHz ± 1 Hz

G

Data Tester

 

Tx rate up to 64 kbit/s contra-directional CCITT interface V.11

Table 3-2

Accessories

REF.

ACCESSORIES

Q.ty

CHARACTERISTICS

H

Coaxial Cables

2

Terminations:

instrument side depending on (A)

equipment side depending on type of DDF

I

Shielded pair

2

Termination:

instrument (F)/(A)

SUB. D 37-pin male connector for 2 Mbit/s

SUB. D 50-pin male connector for service channels RJ45 for Ethernet ports

J

Optical loop

4

Terminations dependent on board/ODF connectors

loss = 12 dB

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Instruments, Accessories and related documents

REF.

ACCESSORIES

Q.ty

CHARACTERISTICS

K

CT (LAN) cable

1

Termination:

RJ45 connector (LAN port) on PC

RJ45 connector on MT320/MT320LO or MT160/MT160LO (CT port) -(10)

L

EC320 debugger cable

1

Termination:

(see next Table 3)

SUB-D 9-pin connector on PC (COM1 port)

USB connector on EC320 (Debugger port) -

(12)

M

Ethernet cable

1

Termination:

RJ45 connector (LAN port) on PC

RJ45 connector on EC320 (Debugger port) -

(13)

N

Coaxial cable for synchronism

1

Termination:

instrument (F)

 

Synchronism termination (75 ohm)

O

Single-mode single- fiber cord

4

Terminations dependent on board/ODF connectors, power meter and attenuator

P

Multi-mode single- fiber cord

4

Terminations dependent on board/ODF connectors, power meter and attenuator

Q

Fixed attenuators kit (suggested)

1

Suggested values: 1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 ,6 dB - MU type

R

Fixed attenuators kit (suggested)

1

Suggested values: 1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 ,6 dB - SC type

S

Cleaning kit for optical fibers

1

 

Table 3-3

EC debugger cable pinout

μUSB male (pin)

Signal

SUB-D 9 pin female (pin)

3

TX

3

2

RX

2

5

GND

5

1

DRT

4

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Purpose

Connection points position

In the following some reference pictures and table that must be used for the procedures.

Table 3-4

Numbering and functions of common boards Connection Points

Access Point

Slot

FUNCTION

 

1

 

9-pin male Sub-D connector for Rack lamps (RL)

2

25-pin female Sub-D connector for Housekeeping (HK)

3

15-pin female Sub-D connector for Remote Alarms (RA)

 

1850

TSS-320, 15-pin female Sub-D connector for Shelf

4

identifier (ShID)

 

Distribution

1850

TSS-160, rotary switches for Shelf identifier (ShID)

panel

 

5

NOT USED

 

6

 

NOT USED

 

7

RJ45 connector for Step-up alarm and remote inventory "A"

8

RJ45 connector for Step-up alarm and remote inventory "B"

9

25-pin female Sub-D connector for Auxiliary channels (AUX)

10

10, 11

RJ45 connector: 10/100 Mbps LAN interface for Craft Terminal connection

11

10, 11

RJ45 connector; 10/100 Mbps redundant LAN management interfaces (Q-interfaces) to connect the 135x NMS (DCN)

12

1, 20

RJ45 connector: 10/100 Mbps ETH debug interface

13

1, 20

RS232 on USB debug connector

14

37

5-pin male connector for Power Supply (Input Battery B)

15

37

9-pin Sub-D female connector for SYNCH B. It must be equipped with suitable adapter. Refer to the Product Information and Planning Guide (see “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv)).

16

39

5-pin male connector for Power Supply (Input Battery A)

17

39

9-pin Sub-D female connector for SYNCH A. It must be equipped with suitable adapter. Refer to the Product Information and Planning Guide (see “Related documentation” (p. 1-xv)).

 

Distribution

1850

TSS-160 only, 15-pins male connector for heaters, fans

18

panel

control and thermocouples.

Note: Refer to Figure 3-1, (pg. 3-6) for 1850 TSS-320 and to Figure 3-2, (pg. 3-9) for 1850 TSS-160.

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Figure 3-1

Connection points position

Common boards and connection points position for 1850 TSS-320

1 2 4 7 8 5 6 PSFA PSFB HOUSEKEEPING RL + - + -
1
2
4
7
8
5
6
PSFA
PSFB
HOUSEKEEPING
RL
+
-
+
-
1
5
13
1
1
3
1
3
6
9
25
14
RA
SHELF ID
STUPA
STUPB
AUX CHANNELS
3
8
1
8
1
13
1
9
15
9
15
9
25
14
Slot
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
37
number
12
14
R
R
R
R
DBG
DBG
C
M
C
M
13
10 DBG
DBG
m
W
10
m
W
15
AT
AB
AT
AB
LNK
LNK
ACT
ACT
M
1
M
FDX
FDX
11 1
COL
COL
11
LNK
LNK
ACT
ACT
2
M
2
M
FDX
FDX
COL
COL
LNK
LNK
ACT
ACT
1
DS
1
DS
FDX
FDX
COL
COL
LNK
LNK
ACT
ACT
2
DS
2
DS
FDX
FDX
COL
COL
SOURCES
SOURCES
STATUS
STATUS
(OUT )
(IN)
(OUT )
(IN)
12
R
DBG
C
M
13
m
W
AT
AB
16
17
Slot
20
39
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
number

Table 3-5

1850 TSS-320 boards position

Board

Slot

FUNCTION

LOA10G

21, 22, 24, 35, 36

33,

It adapts 10G of HO switching to 10G of LO switching (it provides access to 10G of LO switching in the Matrix). 4 working LOA (40G) may be deployed. Two hot standby spares may also be deployed to provide 2 groups 1+2 protected. Slot 24 protects slots 21, 22, slot 33 protects slots 35, 36.

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Board

Slot

FUNCTION

1P10GSO

 

10 Gbps (STM-64) optical card with optical connections on XFP module

4P2G5SO

2.5 Gbps (STM-16) optical card with optical connections on SFP modules.

8PSO

155 / 622 Mbps (STM-1 - STM4) optical card with optical connections on SFP modules. It also supports electrical connections on the access module.

1POTU2

OTU-2 termination module. It is a bidirectional DWDM Optical Line Card with the ability to encapsulate/de-encapsulate an STM-64/OC-192 signal into/from a G.709 OTU-2 frame with FEC processing.

 

02

to 09

It manages FE, GE, SDH (STM-1/4/16) traffic coming from 10 SFP modules placed on the front panel and to multiplex them together towards the Matrix, into VC4-

10XANY

12

to 19