Cisco ONS 15327 Specifications

Cisco ONS 15454 and Cisco ONS 15327
TL1 Command Guide
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CHAPTER
1
Getting Started
1-1
1.1 Setting up TL1 Communication 1-1
1.1.1 Open a TL1 session 1-2
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via the CTC 1-2
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via Telnet 1-2
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via Craft Interface
1.2 TL1 Command Syntax
1-3
1-4
1.3 Autonomous Messages 1-5
1.3.1 Alarm Codes 1-5
1.4 TL1 Commands by User Security
1-6
1.5 Provisioning a DS3E Card in CTC Using TL1
1.6 Mixed Mode Timing Support
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1-7
1.7 TL1 Command Completion Behavior 1-7
1.7.1 General Rules 1-7
1.7.1.1 Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards 1-7
1.7.1.2 Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard
1.7.1.3 Explicit List Grouped With Implicit List 1-8
1.7.2 Retrieval of Cross Connections 1-8
1.7.2.1 Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards 1-8
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1.7.2.2 Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard
1.7.2.3 Explicit List Grouped With Implicit List 1-9
1-8
1.8 Test Access 1-9
1.8.1 Mode Definitions 1-10
1.8.2 Split E and F Access Modes 1-11
1.8.3 Loop E and F Modes 1-12
1.8.4 Split A and B Access Modes 1-13
1.8.5 Creating Test Access Points 1-14
1.8.6 Connecting Test Access Points 1-14
1.8.7 Changing Test Access Modes 1-15
1.8.8 Disconnecting Test Access Modes 1-15
1.8.9 Deleting Test Access Points 1-15
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TL1 Gateway
2-1
2.1 Gateway Network Element Topology
2-1
2.2 Implementing TL1 Gateway 2-4
Log Into a Remote ENE 2-5
Forward Commands by Specifying the ENE TID (Node 1 or Node 3)
Receive Autonomous Messages from the Remote ENE 2-5
Log Out of a Remote ENE 2-5
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3
TL1 Command Descriptions
2-5
3-1
3.1 TL1 Commands by Category
3-1
3.2 TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
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3.3 TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327)
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3.4 TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards
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3.5 TL1 Commands 3-30
3.5.1 ACT-USER: Activate User 3-30
3.5.2 ALW-MSG-ALL: Allow Message All 3-31
3.5.3 ALW-MSG-DBCHG: Allow Database Change Message 3-32
3.5.4 ALW-SWDX-EQPT: Allow Switch Duplex Equipment 3-32
3.5.5 ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT: Allow Switch to Protection Equipment 3-33
3.5.6 ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT: Allow Switch to Working Equipment 3-34
3.5.7 CANC: Cancel 3-35
3.5.8 CANC-USER: Cancel User 3-36
3.5.9 CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>: Change Access Mode (DS1, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C,
STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-37
3.5.10 CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>: Connect TACC (DS1, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-37
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3.5.11 DISC-TACC: Disconnect TACC 3-39
3.5.12 DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Delete Cross Connection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-39
3.5.13 DLT-CRS-VT1: Delete Virtual Tributary Cross Connect 3-41
3.5.14 DLT-EQPT: Delete Equipment 3-42
3.5.15 DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Delete Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-43
3.5.16 DLT-USER-SECU: Delete User Security 3-43
3.5.17 ED-<OCN_TYPE>: Edit (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-44
3.5.18 ED-<STS_PATH>: Edit (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C,
STS192C) 3-46
3.5.19 ED-BITS: Edit Building Integrated Timing Supply 3-49
3.5.20 ED-BLSR: Edit Bidirectional Line Switched Ring 3-50
3.5.21 ED-DAT: Edit Date and Time 3-52
3.5.22 ED-DS1: Edit DS1 Layer of DS3XM 3-52
3.5.23 ED-EC1: Edit Electrical Carrier 3-53
3.5.24 ED-EQPT: Edit Equipment 3-54
3.5.25 ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Edit Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-55
3.5.26 ED-G1000: Edit G1000 3-56
3.5.27 ED-NE-GEN: Edit Network Element GEN 3-57
3.5.28 ED-NE-SYNCN: Edit Network Element Synchronization 3-58
3.5.29 ED-PID: Edit Password 3-59
3.5.30 ED-SYNCN: Edit Synchronization 3-60
3.5.31 ED-T1: Edit T1 Facility 3-61
3.5.32 ED-T3: Edit T3 Facility 3-62
3.5.33 ED-USER-SECU: Edit User Security 3-63
3.5.34 ED-VT1: Edit Virtual Tributary 3-65
3.5.35 ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Enter Cross Connection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-66
3.5.36 ENT-CRS-VT1: Enter Virtual Tributary Cross Connection 3-67
3.5.37 ENT-EQPT: Enter Equipment 3-69
3.5.38 ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Enter Facilities Protection Group (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-71
3.5.39 ENT-USER-SECU: Enter User Security 3-72
3.5.40 EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>: Operate Protection Switch (OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-73
3.5.41 INH-MSG-ALL: Inhibit Message All 3-74
3.5.42 INH-MSG-DBCHG: Inhibit Database Change Message 3-75
3.5.43 INH-SWDX-EQPT: Inhibit Switch Duplex Equipment 3-75
3.5.44 INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT: Inhibit Switch to Protection Equipment 3-76
3.5.45 INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT: Inhibit Switch to Working Equipment 3-77
3.5.46 INIT-REG-<MOD2>: Initialize Register (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-79
3.5.47 INIT-SYS: Initialize System 3-80
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3.5.48 OPR-EXT-CONT: Operate External Control 3-81
3.5.49 OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>: Operate Loopback (DS1, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1,
T3) 3-82
3.5.50 OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>: Operate Protection Switch (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-82
3.5.51 OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>: Operate Protection Switch (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C,
STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-84
3.5.52 OPR-PROTNSW-VT1: Operate Virtual Tributary Protection Switch 3-85
3.5.53 OPR-SYNCNSW: Operate Synchronization Switch 3-86
3.5.54 REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>: Report Alarm (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-87
3.5.55 REPT ALM BITS: Report Alarm Building Integrated Timing Supply 3-88
3.5.56 REPT ALM COM: Report Alarm COM 3-89
3.5.57 REPT ALM ENV: Report Alarm Environment 3-90
3.5.58 REPT ALM EQPT: Report Alarm Equipment 3-91
3.5.59 REPT ALM RING: Report Alarm Ring 3-92
3.5.60 REPT ALM SYNCN: Report Alarm Synchronization 3-93
3.5.61 REPT DBCHG: Report Change 3-94
3.5.62 REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>: Report Event (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-95
3.5.63 REPT EVT BITS: Report Event BITS 3-96
3.5.64 REPT EVT COM: Report Event COM 3-97
3.5.65 REPT EVT ENV: Report Event Environment 3-98
3.5.66 REPT EVT EQPT: Report Event Equipment 3-99
3.5.67 REPT EVT RING: Report Event Ring 3-100
3.5.68 REPT EVT SECU: Report Event Security 3-101
3.5.69 REPT EVT SYNCN: Report Event Synchronization 3-102
3.5.70 REPT SW: Report Switch 3-103
3.5.71 RLS-EXT-CONT: Release External Control 3-103
3.5.72 RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>: Release Loopback (DS1, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1,
T3) 3-104
3.5.73 RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>: Release Protection Switch (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-105
3.5.74 RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>: Release Protection Switch (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C,
STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-106
3.5.75 RLS-PROTNSW-VT1: Release Virtual Tributary Protection Switch 3-106
3.5.76 RLS-SYNCNSW: Release Synchronization Switch 3-107
3.5.77 RMV-<MOD_PORT>: Remove (EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1, T3) 3-108
3.5.78 RST-<MOD_PORT>: Restore (EC1,G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1, T3) 3-108
3.5.79 RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>: Retrieve (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192) 3-109
3.5.80 RTRV-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C,
STS192C) 3-112
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3.5.81 RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>:Retrieve Alarm (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-114
3.5.82 RTRV-ALM-ALL: Retrieve Alarm All 3-116
3.5.83 RTRV-ALM-BITS: Retrieve Alarm Building Integrated Timing Supply 3-117
3.5.84 RTRV-ALM-ENV: Retrieve Alarm Environment 3-119
3.5.85 RTRV-ALM-EQPT: Retrieve Alarm Equipment 3-121
3.5.86 RTRV-ALM-RING: Retrieve Alarm Ring 3-122
3.5.87 RTRV-ALM-SYNCN: Retrieve Alarm Synchronization 3-124
3.5.88 RTRV-ATTR-CONT: Retrieve Attribute Control 3-125
3.5.89 RTRV-ATTR-ENV: Retrieve Attribute Environment 3-126
3.5.90 RTRV-BITS: Retrieve Building Integrated Timing Supply 3-128
3.5.91 RTRV-BLSR: Retrieve Bidirectional Line Switched Ring 3-129
3.5.92 RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>: Retrieve Condition (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-131
3.5.93 RTRV-COND-ALL: Retrieve Condition All 3-132
3.5.94 RTRV-COND-BITS: Retrieve Condition Building Integrated Timing Supply 3-134
3.5.95 RTRV-COND-ENV: Retrieve Condition Environment 3-136
3.5.96 RTRV-COND-EQPT: Retrieve Condition Equipment 3-137
3.5.97 RTRV-COND-RING: Retrieve Condition Ring 3-139
3.5.98 RTRV-COND-SYNCN: Retrieve Condition Synchronization 3-140
3.5.99 RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Cross Connect (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-141
3.5.100 RTRV-CRS-VT1: Retrieve Virtual Tributary Cross Connect 3-144
3.5.101 RTRV-DS1: Retrieve DS1 Layer of DS3XM 3-146
3.5.102 RTRV-EC1: Retrieve EC1 3-147
3.5.103 RTRV-EQPT: Retrieve Equipment 3-148
3.5.104 RTRV-EXT-CONT: Retrieve External Control 3-150
3.5.105 RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Retrieve Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192) 3-151
3.5.106 RTRV-G1000: Retrieve G1000 Facility 3-153
3.5.107 RTRV-HDR: Retrieve Header 3-154
3.5.108 RTRV-INV: Retrieve Inventory 3-154
3.5.109 RTRV-LOG: Retrieve Log 3-155
3.5.110 RTRV-NE-GEN: Retrieve Network Element General 3-157
3.5.111 RTRV-NE-IPMAP: Retrieve Network Element IPMAP 3-158
3.5.112 RTRV-NE-SYNCN: Retrieve Network Element Synchronization 3-159
3.5.113 RTRV-PM-<MOD2>: Retrieve Performance (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1,
STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-160
3.5.114 RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Performance Mode of PM Data Collection (STS1,
STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-163
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3.5.115 RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Path Trace (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-164
3.5.116 RTRV-SYNCN: Retrieve Synchronization 3-166
3.5.117 RTRV-T1: Retrieve T1 Facility 3-167
3.5.118 RTRV-T3: Retrieve T3 3-168
3.5.119 RTRV-TH-<MOD2>: Retrieve Threshold (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1) 3-170
3.5.120 RTRV-TOD: Retrieve Time of Day 3-171
3.5.121 RTRV-VT1: Retrieve Virtual Tributary 3-172
3.5.122 SET-ATTR-CONT: Set Attribute Control 3-173
3.5.123 SET-ATTR-ENV: Set Attribute Environment 3-174
3.5.124 SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>: Set Performance Mode of PM Data Collection (STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C) 3-175
3.5.125 SET-TH-<MOD2>: Set Threshold (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12,OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C,T1, T3, VT1) 3-176
3.5.126 SET-TOD: Set Time of Day 3-176
3.5.127 SW-DX-EQPT: Switch Duplex Equipment 3-177
3.5.128 SW-TOPROTN-EQPT: Switch to Protection Equipment 3-178
3.5.129 SW-TOWKG-EQPT: Switch to Working Equipment 3-180
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4
TL1 Command Components
4-1
4.1 TL1 Default Values 4-1
4.1.1 BLSR 4-1
4.1.2 Cross Connections 4-1
4.1.3 Environmental Alarms and Controls
4.1.4 Equipment 4-2
4.1.5 Performance 4-2
4.1.6 Ports 4-3
4.1.7 SONET Line Protection 4-4
4.1.8 STS and VT Paths 4-4
4.1.9 Synchronization 4-5
4-2
4.2 Access Identifiers 4-5
4.2.1 ALL 4-5
4.2.2 CrossConnectID 4-7
4.2.3 PRSLOT 4-8
4.2.4 BITS 4-9
4.2.4.1 BITS for ONS 15454 4-9
4.2.4.2 BITS for ONS 15327 4-9
4.2.5 BLSR 4-9
4.2.5.1 BLSR for ONS 15454 4-9
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4.2.5.2 BLSR for ONS 15327 4-10
4.2.6 DS1 4-10
4.2.7 ENV 4-10
4.2.7.1 ENV for ONS 15454 4-10
4.2.7.2 ENV for ONS 15327 4-10
4.2.8 EQPT 4-11
4.2.8.1 EQPT for ONS 15454 4-11
4.2.8.2 EQPT for ONS 15327 4-11
4.2.9 FACILITY 4-11
4.2.9.1 FACILITY for ONS 15454 4-11
4.2.9.2 FACILITY for ONS 15327 4-12
4.2.10 STS 4-12
4.2.10.1 STS for ONS 15454 4-12
4.2.10.2 STS for ONS 15327 4-13
4.2.11 SYN 4-14
4.2.11.1 SYN for ONS 15454 4-14
4.2.11.2 SYN for ONS 15327 4-14
4.2.12 SYN_SRC 4-14
4.2.12.1 SYN_SRC for ONS 15454 4-14
4.2.12.2 SYN_SRC for ONS 15327 4-15
4.2.13 SYNC_REF 4-15
4.2.13.1 SYNC_REF for ONS 15454 4-15
4.2.13.2 SYNC_REF for ONS 15327 4-16
4.2.14 SYNCSW 4-16
4.2.14.1 SYNCSW for ONS 15454 4-16
4.2.14.2 SYNCSW for ONS 15327 4-16
4.2.15 TAP 4-17
4.2.15.1 TAP for ONS 15454 4-17
4.2.15.2 TAP for ONS 15327 4-17
4.2.16 VT1_5 4-17
4.2.16.1 VT1_5 for ONS 15454 4-17
4.2.16.2 VT1_5 for ONS 15327 4-18
4.3 Parameter Types 4-18
4.3.1 ATAG Description 4-18
4.3.2 CTAG Description 4-18
4.3.3 TID Description 4-18
4.3.4 Parameter Notes 4-19
4.3.5 ALL_MONTYPE 4-19
4.3.6 ALL_THR 4-20
4.3.7 BITS_LineBuildOut 4-22
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4.3.8 BLSR_MODE 4-22
4.3.9 BLSR_TYPE 4-23
4.3.10 CCT 4-23
4.3.11 CMD_MODE 4-23
4.3.12 COND_EFF 4-24
4.3.13 CONDITION 4-24
4.3.14 CONT_MODE 4-34
4.3.15 CONTTYPE 4-34
4.3.16 CRS_TYPE 4-34
4.3.17 DIRECTION 4-35
4.3.18 DIRN 4-35
4.3.19 DS3_FMT 4-35
4.3.20 DS_LINE_CODE 4-35
4.3.21 DS_LINE_TYPE 4-36
4.3.22 DURATION 4-36
4.3.23 E_LBO 4-36
4.3.24 ENV_ALM 4-36
4.3.25 ENV_CRTL_MODE 4-38
4.3.26 EQPT_TYPE 4-38
4.3.27 EQUIP 4-40
4.3.28 EQUIPMENT_TYPE 4-40
4.3.29 EXT_RING 4-41
4.3.30 FLOW 4-41
4.3.31 FRAME_FORMAT 4-41
4.3.32 LINE_BUILDOUT 4-42
4.3.33 LINE_CODE 4-42
4.3.34 LOCATION 4-42
4.3.35 LPBK_TYPE 4-43
4.3.36 MFS_TYPE 4-43
4.3.37 MOD2 4-43
4.3.38 MOD2_IO 4-44
4.3.39 MOD2ALM 4-44
4.3.40 MOD2B 4-45
4.3.41 MOD_PATH 4-46
4.3.42 MOD_PORT 4-47
4.3.43 MOD_TACC 4-47
4.3.44 MODIFIER 4-48
4.3.45 MODULE_OP 4-48
4.3.46 MSGTYPE 4-49
4.3.47 MUX_TYPE 4-49
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4.3.49
4.3.50
4.3.51
4.3.52
4.3.53
4.3.54
4.3.55
4.3.56
4.3.57
4.3.58
4.3.59
4.3.60
4.3.61
4.3.62
4.3.63
4.3.64
4.3.65
4.3.66
4.3.67
4.3.68
4.3.69
4.3.70
4.3.71
4.3.72
4.3.73
4.3.74
4.3.75
4.3.76
4.3.77
4.3.78
4.3.79
4.3.80
4.3.81
4.3.82
4.3.83
4.3.84
4.3.85
4.3.86
4.3.87
NOTIF_CODE 4-49
OCN_4F 4-50
OCN_BLSR 4-50
OCN_MONTYPE 4-50
OCN_TYPE 4-51
ON_OFF 4-51
OPTICAL_MODE 4-51
OPTICS 4-51
PM_MODE 4-52
PM_STATE 4-52
PRIVILEGE 4-52
PRODUCT_TYPE 4-53
PROTECTION_GROUP 4-53
PST 4-53
PSTQ 4-54
REVERTIVE_TIME 4-55
RNG_TYPE 4-55
SD_BER 4-55
SDCC_MODE 4-55
SERV_EFF 4-56
SF_BER 4-56
SIDE 4-56
SST 4-56
STATE 4-57
STATUS 4-57
STM_TYPE 4-58
STS_MAP 4-58
STS_MONTYPE 4-58
STS_PATH 4-59
SWITCH 4-59
SWITCH_TYPE 4-59
SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL
SYNC_GENERATION 4-60
SYNC_MODE 4-60
SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL 4-61
T1_MONTYPE 4-61
T3_MONTYPE 4-62
TACC_MODE 4-62
TIMING_MODE 4-63
TMG_REF 4-63
4-60
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4.3.89
4.3.90
4.3.91
4.3.92
4.3.93
CHAPTER
5
TMPER 4-63
TRCMODE 4-64
UNI_BI 4-64
USE_DST 4-64
VALIDITY 4-64
VT1_5_MONTYPE
Ring Provisioning
4-65
5-1
5.1 UPSR Topology
5-1
5.2 UPSR Cross-Connections
5-1
5.3 Ring-to-Ring Interconnection 5-2
5.3.1 Sample UPSR to UPSR Connection 5-3
5.3.2 Sample UPSR to Two-Fiber BLSR Connection 5-4
5.3.3 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to UPSR Connection 5-5
5.3.4 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to Two-Fiber BLSR Connection 5-6
5.3.5 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to Four-Fiber BLSR Connection (ONS 15454)
5.3.6 Sample UPSR to Four-Fiber BLSR Connection (ONS 15454) 5-8
5.4 1WAY Drop and Continue 5-9
5.4.1 Sample Node 1 Configuration (Source Node) 5-9
5.4.2 Sample Node 2 Configuration (Drop and Continue Node)
5.4.3 Sample Node 3 Configuration (Destination Node) 5-10
CHAPTER
6
TL1 Performance Monitoring
6.2 PM Parameters by Line Type
7
TL1 Alarms and Errors
5-10
6-1
6.1 Performance Monitoring by Card
CHAPTER
5-7
6-1
6-6
7-1
7.1 Alarms 7-1
7.1.1 AIP 7-2
7.1.2 BITS 7-2
7.1.3 BPLANE 7-3
7.1.4 DS1 7-3
7.1.5 DS3 7-3
7.1.6 E1000F 7-4
7.1.7 E100(T) 7-4
7.1.8 EC1-12 7-4
7.1.9 ENVALRM 7-4
7.1.10 EQPT 7-5
7.1.11 EXT-SREF 7-6
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7.1.13
7.1.14
7.1.15
7.1.16
7.1.17
7.1.18
7.1.19
7.1.20
7.2 Errors
7.3 Echo
FAN 7-6
G1000 7-7
NE 7-7
NE-SREF 7-8
OCN 7-8
STSMON 7-9
STSTRM 7-10
VT-MON 7-10
VT-TERM 7-10
7-11
7-16
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Figure 1-1
Autonomous message format
Figure 1-2
Single node view (Node 1)
Figure 1-3
Circuit with no access
Figure 1-4
Monitor E (MONE) access
1-10
Figure 1-5
Monitor F (MONF) access
1-10
Figure 1-6
Monitor EF (MONEF) access
Figure 1-7
Split E (SPLTE) access
1-11
Figure 1-8
Split F (SPLTF) access
1-11
Figure 1-9
Split EF (SPLTEF) access
Figure 1-10
LOOPE access
1-12
Figure 1-11
LOOPF access
1-12
Figure 1-12
SPLTA access
1-13
Figure 1-13
SPLTB access
1-13
Figure 1-14
Multi-node view (MONE example)
Figure 2-1
Example of a GNE topology
Figure 2-2
Four-node ring without TL1 Gateway
Figure 2-3
Four-node ring with TL1 Gateway
Figure 5-1
Network configured with a 1WAY UPSR circuit
Figure 5-2
Network map with Cisco node showing ring-to-ring interconnection
Figure 5-3
UPSR to UPSR connection specifications through the Cisco node
Figure 5-4
Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
Figure 5-5
Selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2
Figure 5-6
UPSR to two-fiber BLSR
Figure 5-7
Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
Figure 5-8
Bridge from 12/3/2 to Ring 1
Figure 5-9
Two-fiber BLSR to UPSR
Figure 5-10
Bridge from 6/1/1 to Ring 2
Figure 5-11
Selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2 to Ring 1
Figure 5-12
Two-fiber BLSR to two-fiber BLSR
Figure 5-13
2WAY connection from 5/1/1 to 13/3/2
Figure 5-14
Two-fiber BLSR to four-fiber BLSR
1-5
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-14
2-2
2-4
2-4
5-2
5-3
5-3
5-4
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-5
5-5
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-7
5-7
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Figure 5-15
2WAY Connection from 1/1/1 to 5/1/1
Figure 5-16
UPSR to four-fiber BLSR
Figure 5-17
Selector between 1/1/1 and 2/1/1 to Ring 2 (5/1/190)
Figure 5-18
Bridge from 5/1/190 to Ring 1 (1/1/1 and 2/1/1)
Figure 5-19
1WAY drop and continue
Figure 5-20
Bridge from 1/1/1 to 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
Figure 5-21
Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 to 1/1/1
5-10
Figure 5-22
Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 to 1/1/1
5-10
5-7
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-9
5-9
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Table 1-1
Command Access
Table 1-2
Security Idle Times
Table 2-1
Gateway Resource Pool
Table 2-2
Examples of a Single GNE Topology Showing How the GNE/ENE Resources can be Allocated
Table 3-1
TL1 Commands by Category
Table 3-2
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
3-5
Table 3-3
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327)
3-18
Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards
Table 4-1
BLSR
Table 4-2
Cross Connections
Table 4-3
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Table 4-4
Equipment
Table 4-5
Performance
Table 4-6
Ports
Table 4-7
SONET Line Protection
Table 4-8
STS and VT Paths
Table 4-9
Synchronization
Table 4-10
ALL for ONS 15454 and ONS 15327
Table 4-11
CrossConnectID for ONS 15454
Table 4-12
PRSLOT for ONS 15454
Table 4-13
BITS for ONS 15454
4-9
Table 4-14
BITS for ONS 15327
4-9
Table 4-15
BLSR for ONS 15454
4-9
Table 4-16
BLSR for ONS 15327
4-10
Table 4-17
DS1 for ONS 15454
4-10
Table 4-18
ENV for ONS 15454
4-10
Table 4-19
ENV for ONS 15327
4-10
Table 4-20
EQPT for ONS 15454
4-11
Table 4-21
EQPT for ONS 15327
4-11
Table 4-22
FACILITY for ONS 15454
4-11
Table 4-23
FACILITY for ONS 15327
4-12
1-6
1-6
2-2
2-3
3-1
3-22
4-1
4-1
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-4
4-5
4-5
4-7
4-8
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Table 4-24
STS for ONS 15454
4-12
Table 4-25
STS for ONS 15327
4-13
Table 4-26
SYN for ONS 15454
4-14
Table 4-27
SYN for ONS 15327
4-14
Table 4-28
SYN_SRC for ONS 15454
4-14
Table 4-29
SYN_SRC for ONS 15327
4-15
Table 4-30
SYNC_REF for ONS 15454
4-15
Table 4-31
SYNC_REF for ONS 15327
4-16
Table 4-32
SYNCSW for ONS 15454
4-16
Table 4-33
SYNCSW for ONS 15327
4-16
Table 4-34
TAP for ONS 15454
4-17
Table 4-35
TAP for ONS 15327
4-17
Table 4-36
VT1_5 for ONS 15454
4-17
Table 4-37
VT1_5 for ONS 15327
4-18
Table 4-38
ALL_MONTYPE Values
Table 4-39
ALL_THR Value
Table 4-40
BITS_LineBuildOut Values
Table 4-41
BLSR_MODE Values
Table 4-42
BLSR_TYPE Values
Table 4-43
CCT Values
Table 4-44
CMD_MODE Values
Table 4-45
COND_EFF Values
Table 4-46
CONDITION Values
Table 4-47
CONT_MODE Values
Table 4-48
CONTTYPE Values
4-34
Table 4-49
CRS_TYPE Values
4-34
Table 4-50
DIRECTION Values
4-35
Table 4-51
DIRN Values
Table 4-52
DS3_FMT Values
Table 4-53
DS_LINE_CODE Values
4-35
Table 4-54
DS_LINE_TYPE Values
4-36
Table 4-55
DURATION Values
Table 4-56
E_LBO Values
Table 4-57
ENV_ALM Values
Table 4-58
ENV_CRTL_MODE Values
4-19
4-20
4-22
4-22
4-23
4-23
4-23
4-24
4-24
4-34
4-35
4-35
4-36
4-36
4-36
4-38
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Table 4-59
EQPT_TYPE Values
Table 4-60
EQUIP Values
Table 4-61
EQUIPMENT_TYPE Values
Table 4-62
EXT_RING Values
Table 4-63
FLOW Values
Table 4-64
FRAME_FORMAT Values
Table 4-65
LINE_BUILDOUT Values
Table 4-66
LINE_CODE Values
Table 4-67
LOCATION Values
Table 4-68
LPBK_TYPE Values
4-43
Table 4-69
MFS_TYPE Values
4-43
Table 4-70
MOD2 Values
Table 4-71
MOD2_IO Values
Table 4-72
MOD2ALM Values
Table 4-73
MOD2B Values
Table 4-74
MOD_PATH Values
4-46
Table 4-75
MOD_PORT Values
4-47
Table 4-76
MOD_TACC Values
4-47
Table 4-77
MODIFIER Values
Table 4-78
MOD_OP Values
Table 4-79
MSGTYPE Values
Table 4-80
MUX_TYPE Values
Table 4-81
NOTIF_CODE Values
Table 4-82
OCN_4F Values
Table 4-83
OCN_BLSR Values
Table 4-84
OCN_MONTYPE Values
Table 4-85
OCN_TYPE Values
Table 4-86
ON_OFF Values
Table 4-87
OPTICAL_MODE Values
Table 4-88
OPTICS Values
Table 4-89
PM_MODE Values
4-52
Table 4-90
PM_STATE Values
4-52
Table 4-91
PRIVILEGE Values
Table 4-92
PRODUCT_TYPE Values
Table 4-93
PROTECTION_GROUP Values
4-38
4-40
4-40
4-41
4-41
4-41
4-42
4-42
4-42
4-43
4-44
4-44
4-45
4-48
4-48
4-49
4-49
4-49
4-50
4-50
4-50
4-51
4-51
4-51
4-51
4-52
4-53
4-53
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PST Values
Table 4-95
PSTQ Values
Table 4-96
REVERTIVE_TIME Values
Table 4-97
RNG_TYPE Values
Table 4-98
SD_BER Values
Table 4-99
SDCC_MODE Values
Table 4-100
SERV_EFF Values
Table 4-101
SF_BER Values
Table 4-102
SIDE Values
Table 4-103
SST Values
Table 4-104
STATE Values
Table 4-105
STATUS Values
Table 4-106
STM_TYPE Values
Table 4-107
STS_MAP Values
Table 4-108
STS_MONTYPE Values
Table 4-109
STS_PATH Values
Table 4-110
SWITCH Values
Table 4-111
SWITCH_TYPE Values
Table 4-112
SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
Table 4-113
SYNC_GENERATION Values
Table 4-114
SYNC_MODE Values
Table 4-115
SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
Table 4-116
T1_MONTYPE Values
4-61
Table 4-117
T3_MONTYPE Values
4-62
Table 4-118
TACC_MODE Values
Table 4-119
TIMING_MODE Values
Table 4-120
TMG_REF Values
Table 4-121
TMPER Values
Table 4-122
TRCMODE Values
Table 4-123
UNI_BI Values
Table 4-124
USE_DST Values
4-64
Table 4-125
VALIDITY Values
4-64
Table 4-126
VT1_5_MONTYPE Values
Table 6-1
Near-End Section PMs
Table 6-2
Near-End Line PMs
4-53
4-54
4-55
4-55
4-55
4-55
4-56
4-56
4-56
4-56
4-57
4-57
4-58
4-58
4-58
4-59
4-59
4-59
4-60
4-60
4-60
4-61
4-62
4-63
4-63
4-63
4-64
4-64
4-65
6-1
6-1
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Near-End DS1 Line PMs
6-2
Table 6-4
Near-End DS3 Line PMs
6-3
Table 6-5
SONET Path PMs
Table 6-6
DS1 Path PMs
6-3
Table 6-7
DS3 Path PMs
6-4
Table 6-8
VT Path PMs
Table 6-9
PM Parameters by Line Type
Table 7-1
AIP
Table 7-2
BITS
Table 7-3
BPLANE
Table 7-4
DS1
7-3
Table 7-5
DS3
7-3
Table 7-6
E1000F
7-4
Table 7-7
E100(T)
7-4
Table 7-8
EC1-12
7-4
Table 7-9
ENVALRM
Table 7-10
EQPT
Table 7-11
EXT-SREF
Table 7-12
FAN
Table 7-13
G1000
Table 7-14
NE
Table 7-15
NE-SREF
Table 7-16
OCN
Table 7-17
STSMON
7-9
Table 7-18
STSTRM
7-10
Table 7-19
VT-MON
7-10
Table 7-20
VT-TERM
7-10
Table 7-21
Error Codes
6-3
6-5
6-6
7-2
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
7-6
7-7
7-7
7-8
7-8
7-11
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Guide, how the document is organized, related documentation, document conventions, how to order print
and CD-ROM documentation, and how to obtain technical assistance.
Audience
This guide is for Cisco ONS 15454 and Cisco ONS 15327 technicians and administrators who are
responsible for installing, configuring, maintaining, and enhancing ONS 15454 and ONS 15327
networks.
Organization
Chapter
Description
Chapter 1, “Getting Started”
Explains how to gain access to TL1, command syntax,
autonomous messages, provision a DS3E card in CTC
using TL1, security level privileges associated with
each command, command completion behavior and
test access configurations.
Chapter 2, “TL1 Gateway”
Describes the TL1 Gateway and provides procedures
and examples for implementing
TL1 Gateway on a four node ring.
Chapter 3, “TL1 Command Descriptions”
Lists TL1 commands by category and then lists each
command and autonomous message supported by the
ONS 15454 and the ONS 15327.
Chapter 4, “TL1 Command Components”
Describes the components of TL1 commands
including, default values, access identifiers (AIDs),
and parameter types.
Chapter 5, “Ring Provisioning”
Provides sample procedures for setting up STS or VT
circuits over existing unidirectional path switched ring
(UPSR) and bidirectional line switch ring (BLSR)
configurations.
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Chapter
Description
Chapter 6, “TL1 Performance Monitoring”
Provides TL1 performance monitoring (PM)
information.
Chapter 7, “TL1 Alarms and Errors”
Lists TL1 alarms and errors supported by the
ONS 15454 and the ONS 15327 including descriptions
and severity.
Related Documentation
Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide, Release 3.3
Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Guide, Release 3.3
Cisco ONS 15454 Troubleshooting Guide, Release 3.3
Cisco ONS 15454 Software Upgrade Guide, Release 3.3
Cisco ONS 15454 Product Overview, Release 3.3
Release Notes for the Cisco ONS 15454, Release 3.3
Cisco ONS 15327 User Documentation, Release 3.3
Release Notes for the Cisco ONS 15327, Release 3.3
Cisco Warranty Services for ONG Products
Cisco ONS 15454 Quick Configuration Guide
Cisco ONS 15454 Quick Installation Guide
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registered user, you can open a case online by using the TAC Case Open tool at the following URL:
http://www.cisco.com/tac/caseopen
If you have Internet access, it is recommended that you open P3 and P4 cases through the Cisco TAC
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Obtaining Technical Assistance
Cisco TAC Escalation Center
The Cisco TAC Escalation Center addresses issues that are classified as priority level 1 or priority
level 2; these classifications are assigned when severe network degradation significantly impacts
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engineer will automatically open a case.
To obtain a directory of toll-free Cisco TAC telephone numbers for your country, go to the following
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http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/687/Directory/DirTAC.shtml
•
Before calling, please check with your network operations center to determine the level of Cisco
support services to which your company is entitled; for example, SMARTnet, SMARTnet Onsite, or
Network Supported Accounts (NSA). In addition, please have available your service agreement
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Getting Started
Transaction Language 1 (TL1) is a subset of the input and output messages contained in the International
Telecommunications Union (ITU) Man-Machine Language (MML). TL1 provides a standard set of
messages that can be used for communicating between operating systems and network elements, and
personnel and network elements. The ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 can support up to 20 concurrent TL1
sessions in this release. For more information about TL1, refer to Telcordia document GR-833-CORE,
Network Maintenance: Network Element and Transport Surveillance Messages.
This chapter provides information and procedures for getting started with TL1:
•
Setting up TL1 communication
•
TL1 command syntax
•
Autonomous messages
•
TL1 commands by user security
•
Provisioning a DS3E card in CTC using TL1
•
Mixed mode timing support
•
TL1 command completion behavior
•
Test access
1.1 Setting up TL1 Communication
The period during which a user is logged into the ONS 15454 or ONS 15327 is called a session. There
are three options you can use to open a session (login):
•
Cisco Transport Controller (CTC)
•
Telnet
•
Craft interface
When you logout of any of these options, you are closing a session.
The ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 allow a maximum of 20 concurrent TL1 sessions using any one or any
combination of the options listed above. For information on issuing commands to multiple nodes, see
Chapter 2, “TL1 Gateway.”
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1.1.1 Open a TL1 session
Use the following procedures to open a TL1 session via the CTC, telnet, or craft interface. In the
procedures the Activate and Cancel User commands are shown in their input format. For more
information about these and other commands and messages, see Chapter 3, “TL1 Command
Descriptions.”
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via the CTC
Step 1
Open a browser program (Netscape or Internet Explorer) and type the address of the node you want to
communicate with.
Step 2
Log into the CTC. The IP address at the title bar should match the IP address of the node you want to
communicate with.
Step 3
Once logged into the CTC, click Tools > Open TL1 Connection.
Step 4
From the Select Node dialog box, choose the node you want to communicate with.
Step 5
Click OK.
A TL1 interface window opens. There are three sub-windows in the TL1 interface window: Request
history, Message log, and TL1 request. Type commands in the TL1 request window. You will see
responses in the Message log window. The Request history window allows you to recall previous
commands by clicking on them.
Step 6
Verify that the Connect button is selected (grayed out).
Step 7
Type the Activate User command in the TL1 request window to open a TL1 session:
ACT-USER:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<PID>; and press Enter.
Note
Step 8
You must press Enter after the semicolon in each TL1 command, or the command will not be
executed.
Type the Cancel User command in the TL1 request window or press the Disconnect button to close a
TL1 session:
CANC-USER:[<TID>]:<USERID>:<CTAG>; and press Enter.
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via Telnet
To access TL1 commands in a telnet session over a craft interface or a LAN connection (TCC+ front
panel or backplane pins) you can choose from several ports. Port number 3082 is a raw TCP/IP port; it
will not echo and it will not prompt the user. Port number 3083 is a telnet port that uses the telnet
protocol and associated telnet escape sequences. Port number 2361 is supported for backward
compatibility with earlier releases and has the same behavior as Port 3083 (telnet port). The following
procedure is for use on PCs with a Windows operating system.
Step 1
At the DOS prompt, type cmd and click OK. (The same steps can also be done from a Unix prompt).
Step 2
At the DOS command prompt type:
TELNET <NODE IP ADDRESS OR NODE NAME> <PORT NUMBER> and press Enter.
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The Node IP address or Node Name refers to the IP address or Node Name of the node you want to
communicate with. Port number is the port (2361, 3082, or 3083) where TL1 commands are understood.
If the connection is successful, a screen opens with a prompt.
Step 3
Type the Activate User command to open a TL1 session:
ACT-USER:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<PID>;
Note
Step 4
When the semicolon is typed, the command is executed immediately.
Type the Cancel User command to close a TL1 session:
CANC-USER:[<TID>]:<USERID>:<CTAG>;
Procedure: Open a TL1 Session Via Craft Interface
The TCC+/XTC has two built-in interface ports for accessing the ONS 15454. With one RJ-45 LAN
connection you can access the system using a standard browser interface. In the browser interface, you
can perform local and remote Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning (OAM&P)
functions and open a VT100 emulation window to enter TL1 commands. If a browser is not available,
you can access the system using a nine-pin RS-232 port. The RS-232 port supports VT100 emulation
such that TL1 commands may be entered directly without a browser.
Step 1
Connect the serial cable to the RS-232 port on the active TCC+/XTC card.
Step 2
Configure the terminal emulation software (Hyperterminal):
a.
Terminal emulation = vt100
b.
Bits per second = 9600
c.
Parity = None
d.
Stop BITS = 1
e.
Flow control = None
Step 3
Press Enter. An angle bracket prompt (>) appears.
Step 4
At the > prompt, type the Activate User command to open a TL1 session:
ACT-USER:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<PID>;
Note
Step 5
When the semicolon is typed, the TL1 command is executed immediately.
Type the Cancel User command to close a TL1 session:
CANC-USER:[<TID>]:<USERID>:<CTAG>;
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1.2 TL1 Command Syntax
TL1 commands conform to the following syntax:
a:b:c:d:e: ... z;
where:
“a” is the command code
“b” is the target identifier (TID)
“c” is the access identifier (AID) or the user identifier (UID)
“d” is the correlation tag (CTAG)
“e: ... z;” are other positions required for various commands
The TID, AID, and CTAG route and control the TL1 command. Other parameters provide additional
information required to complete the action requested by the command. TL1 command codes, parameter
names and parameter values can be either uppercase or lowercase exclusively or any combination of the
two, unless specifically noted in the command description.
The TID is a unique name given to each system when it is installed. The name identifies the particular
NE (in this case, the ONS 15454 or ONS 15327), to which each command is directed. Each TID can have
a maximum of 20 ASCII characters limited to letters, digits, and hyphens, but each TID must start with
an alphabetic character. The presence of the TID is required in all input commands, but its value can be
null (represented by two successive colons). The TID can be null when the operating system directly
communicates with the target NE. The recommended value for the TID, when it is used, is the target’s
CLLI code. To establish the TID for an ONS 15454/15327 node, use the Provisioning > General tabs in
CTC.
Note
If the TID contains any characters other than letters and digits, such as spaces, the text string form
(enclosed in double quotes) must be used.
The AID is an access code used to identify and address specific objects within the ONS
15454/ONS 15327. These objects include individual pieces of equipment, transport spans, access
tributaries, and other objects.
The CTAG is a unique identifier given to each input command by the operator. When the
ONS 15454/ONS 15327 system responds to a specific command, it includes the command’s CTAG in
the reply. Including the CTAG eliminates discrepancies about which response corresponds to which
command. Valid CTAG values include strings of up to six characters comprised of identifiers
(alphanumeric, beginning with a letter) or decimal numerals (a string of decimal digits with an optional
non-trailing “.”).
The following specification characters are used throughout this document as a vehicle for defining the
syntax:
•
< > enclose a symbol specifier, for example <CTAG>.
•
[ ] enclose an optional symbol, for example [<TID>].
•
“ ” enclose a literal character, for example an output format
“SLOT-7:PLUGIN,TC,,,,,,,:\“EQUIPMENT PLUG-IN\”,TCC”
•
^ is a space, a literal blank character used only in examples of messages.
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1.3 Autonomous Messages
The autonomous TL1 messages are included in Chapter 3, “TL1 Command Descriptions” and listed
alphabetically. Figure 1-1 shows the autonomous message format. The autonomous message tag (ATAG)
is used for message sequencing. The number is incremented by one for each autonomous message sent
by the ONS 15454 or ONS 15327. The ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 use whole numbers 0000 to 9999.
Figure 1-1
Autonomous message format
SVT1971999-04-08 18:26:02
0 REPT ALM
BITS
BITS-2:
CL,LOS,SA,,,,:Loss of Signal
/* Loss of Signal*/
Access
Identifier
(ATAG)
Number In Messaging
Sequence
Level
Condition
Text
Description
String
Time
Date
Service Affecting/
Non Service
Affecting
40898
(TID)
Target or
Node ID
1.3.1 Alarm Codes
The alarm code indicates the severity of the autonomous message. Valid values for alarm codes in
decreasing order of severity are as follows:
•
*C Critical alarm
•
** Major alarm
•
*^ Minor alarm
•
A^ Non-alarm message
Critical, Major, and Minor correspond to the reporting of alarmed events. The Non-alarm message
designation is used when the NE is reporting non-alarmed events, periodic measurements, or results of
previously-scheduled diagnostics or audits. If multiple alarms are reported in the same message, the
alarm code is the highest severity of those being reported.
The following is an example of an output message that includes the Critical alarm code:
ab7-56 1970-01-01 16:02:10
*C 4 REPT ALM EQPT
“SYSTEM:CR,HITEMP,NSA,,,,:\“High Temperature\”,TCC”
For more information about alarms, see Chapter 7, “TL1 Alarms and Errors.”
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1.4 TL1 Commands by User Security
The following table specifies command access privileges for each user security level.
Table 1-1
Command Access
Command
Superuser
Provisioning
Maintenance
Retrieve
DLT-USER-SECU
X
ED-DAT
X
ED-USER-SECU
X
ENT-USER-SECU
X
SET-TOD
X
X
DLT-*-*
X
X
ED-*-*
X
X
ENT-*-*
X
X
SET-*-*
X
X
INIT-*-*
X
X
X
OPR-*-*
X
X
X
RLS-*-*
X
X
X
RMV-*-*
X
X
X
RST-*-*
X
X
X
SW-*-*
X
X
X
ALW-*-*
X
X
X
X
INH-*-*
X
X
X
X
REPT * *
X
X
X
X
RTRV-*-*
X
X
X
X
CANC-*-*
X
X
X
X
ACT-*-*
X
X
X
X
ED-PID
X
X
X
X
User security levels limit the amount of time a user can leave the system idle before the TL1 session is
locked to prevent unauthorized users from making changes. Higher security levels have shorter idle
times. Table 1-2 shows security levels and their idle times.
Table 1-2
Security Idle Times
Security Level
Idle Time
Retrieve
Unlimited
Maintenance
60 minutes
Provisioning
30 minutes
Superuser
15 minutes
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1.5 Provisioning a DS3E Card in CTC Using TL1
The DS3E card can autosense the framing being received and set the framing accordingly; however, this
framing autosense feature can only be set using CTC. Use CTC to set the FMT attribute on a DS3E card
to autoprovision which results in the FMT field being blanked out for a few seconds while the DS3E card
is determining the framing mode coming into that particular port. The FMT field is then set accordingly
to unframed, M23, or CBit. If the DS3E card is not present (pre-provisioned), setting the FMT field to
autoprovision will result in the FMT field defaulting to unframed.
The TL1 interface does not support the autoprovision option for the DS3E card; the TL1 interface only
supports unframed, M23, or CBit. If autoprovision is selected from CTC and at the same time the TL1
command RTRV-T3 is issued, the TL1 output will result in the FMT field populated with unframed
during the time period that the DS3E card (if present) is autosensing the frame format. If the DS3E card
is not present (pre-provisioned), issuing RTRV-T3 after CTC sets the FMT to autoprovision will result
in the TL1 output populating the FMT field with unframed.
1.6 Mixed Mode Timing Support
Although mixed mode timing is supported via TL1 in this release, Cisco strongly advises against its
implementation. Mixed mode timing is not a recommended timing mode because of the inherent risk of
creating timing loops. Refer to Telcordia document GR-436-CORE, Digital Network Synchronization
Plan for recommended synchronization planning. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide or the
Cisco ONS 15327 User Documentation for information about setting up ONS 15454/15327 timing. For
further assistance contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) at www.cisco.com or call
1-877-323-7368 for unresolved problems.
1.7 TL1 Command Completion Behavior
1.7.1 General Rules
Note
The command completion behavior does not apply to RTRV-CRS, RTRV-ALM, and RTVR-COND
commands.
1.7.1.1 Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards
If a set of AIDs is explicitly listed, including a set of just one AID, then each AID must complete
successfully to return a CMPLD message. If more than one AID is in the set and at least one AID
succeeds but all do not, then a PRTL with errors for each failed AID is returned. If all AIDs in the set
fail, a DENY with errors for each failed AID is returned.
SLOT-1
FAC-2-1&FAC-3-3&FAC-4-2
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1.7.1.2 Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard
If a set of AIDs is implied by the use of the ALL modifier on a single AID, then follow the same rules
as in the “Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards” section on page 1-7. The caveat is that the implicit list
only includes AIDs that apply to the command.
SLOT-ALL
FAC-1-ALL
STS-3-ALL
where Slot 3 contains an OC-12 and the command is ED-STS1 but STS-3-4 and STS-3-7 are STS3C.
The set implied by STS-3-ALL then only contains STS-3-{1,2,3,10,11,12} and will not return an error
for STS-3-{4,5,6,7,8,9}. Disregard the STS3C in this case because the modifier of the command
specifies that the user is only interested in STS-1 paths. The rule specified in this section then applies to
the implicit set of {1,2,3,10,11,12}.
1.7.1.3 Explicit List Grouped With Implicit List
If the set of AIDs is comprised of two subsets, one set including explicitly stated AIDs and the other set
implied by one or more AID(s) with the ALL modifier, then follow the rules of the “Explicit List of AIDs
- No Wildcards” section on page 1-7 and the “Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard” section
on page 1-8, respectively.
FAC-1-1&FAC-2-ALL
FAC-3-ALL&FAC-7-ALL
STS-2-ALL&STS-12-1&STS-13-2&STS-14-ALL
1.7.2 Retrieval of Cross Connections
1.7.2.1 Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards
For an explicit list of AIDs on a RTRV-CROSS-CONNECTION, an error code will be returned for each
AID that fails validation (e.g. the user specifies STS-N-13 when SLOT-N only contains an OC-12) or for
each AID where no matching cross-connection is found. To determine the completion code, follow the
rules from the “Explicit List of AIDs - No Wildcards” section on page 1-7. If the result is either PRTL
or CMPLD, then a list of matching cross-connections will accompany the response.
1.7.2.2 Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard
If a set of AIDs is implied by the use of the ALL modifier on a single AID, then follow the same AID
expansion rule as defined in the example from the “Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID With Wildcard”
section on page 1-8. Then apply the following rules to the set:
1.
If all valid AIDs match, CMPLD is returned with a matching list of cross-connections.
2.
If some valid AIDs match but not all, CMPLD is returned with a matching list of cross-connections.
3.
If all valid AIDs fail to match, DENY is returned.
RTRV-CRS-STS1:[<TID>]:STS-9-ALL:<CTAG>;
where STS-9-ALL maps to STS-9-{1,2,3,10,11,12} because there is a single-port OC-12 card in Slot 3
with STS-3C defined for STS-9-4 and STS-9-7. You then traverse the set and return only the STS1
cross-connections that exist using end points in that set. If no cross-connections are retrieved, CMPLD
is returned.
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1.7.2.3 Explicit List Grouped With Implicit List
When you have determined the implicit list, apply the rules from the “Implicit List of AIDs - Single AID
With Wildcard” section on page 1-8 to the implicit list and the rules from the “Explicit List of AIDs No Wildcards” section on page 1-8 to the explicit list. Apply the following logic to the results from the
two subsets:
1.
Explicit list returns CMPLD, implicit list returns CMPLD, return CMPLD plus matching list
2.
Explicit list returns CMPLD, implicit list returns DENY, return PRTLwith errors plus matching list
3.
Explicit list returns PRTL, implicit list returns CMPLD, return PRTL with errors plus matching lists
4.
Explicit list returns PRTL, implicit list returns DENY, return PRTL with errors plus matching list
5.
Explicit list returns DENY, implicit list returns CMPLD, return PRTL with errors plus matching list
6.
Explicit list returns DENY, implicit list returns DENY, return DENY with errors
1.8 Test Access
TL1 Test Access enables you to monitor and test circuits. Commands to connect, disconnect, and change
the test access (TACC) and test access connections have been added to TL1 starting with ONS 15454
R3.0. This section includes test access configurations, mode definitions, split access modes, and loop
modes. You can view test access information in CTC; in node view click the Maintenance > Test Access
tabs.
Refer to Telcordia document GR-834-CORE, Network Maintenance: Access and Testing and
GR-1402-CORE, Network Maintenance: Access Testing - DS3 HCDS TSC/RTU and DTAU Functional
Requirements for more information about Test Access. See Chapter 3, “TL1 Command Descriptions” for
TL1 command information.
Figure 1-2
Single node view (Node 1)
E
RTU
Test Set
71716
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1.8.1 Mode Definitions
Figure 1-3 through Figure 1-6 show what the different <MD> test access modes refer to. The following
descriptions are taken from GR-834-CORE, section 6-4.
Figure 1-3
Circuit with no access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
B
Figure 1-4
61106
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
Monitor E (MONE) access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
B
61107
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
MONE indicates that a monitor connection is to be provided from the FAD to the A transmission path
of the accessed circuit.
Figure 1-5
Monitor F (MONF) access
E
AID
A
F
"Mapped"
AID
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
61108
B
MONF indicates that the FAD is providing a monitor connection to the B transmission path of the
accessed circuit.
Note
The MONE and SPLTA modes are applicable to unidirectional circuits from E to F. The MONF and
SPLTB modes are applicable to unidirectional circuits from F to E.
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Figure 1-6
Monitor EF (MONEF) access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
B
61109
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
MONEF for T3 (DS3 HCDS) indicates that the odd pair of a FAP is providing a monitor connection to
the A transmission path and from the even pair of a FAP to the B transmission path of the accessed
circuit.
1.8.2 Split E and F Access Modes
Figure 1-7 through 1-9 show split E and F access modes.
Figure 1-7
Split E (SPLTE) access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
BB
B
61110
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
SPLTE indicates to split both the A and B paths and connect the E side of the accessed circuit to the FAD.
Figure 1-8
Split F (SPLTF) access
E
AID
A
F
BB
"Mapped"
AID
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
61111
B
SPLTF indicates to split both the A and B paths and connect the F side of the accessed circuit to the FAD.
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Figure 1-9
Split EF (SPLTEF) access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
B
61112
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
SPLTEF for T1 (DS1 HCDS) indicates to split both the A and B paths, connect the E side of the accessed
circuit to FAD1 and the dual facility access digroup (DFAD) pair, and connect the F side to the FAD2 of
the same DFAD pair. SPLTEF for T3 (DS3 HCDS) indicates to split both the A and B paths and connect
the E side of the accessed circuit to the odd pair of the FAP and the F side to the even pair of the FAP.
1.8.3 Loop E and F Modes
Loop E and F modes are basically identical to the SPLT E and F modes except that the outgoing signal
is the incoming signal and not the signal from the remote test unit (RTU).
Figure 1-10 LOOPE access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
BB
B
61113
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
LOOPE indicates to split both the A and B paths, connect the incoming line from the E direction to the
outgoing line in the E direction, and connect this looped configuration to the FAD.
Figure 1-11 LOOPF access
E
AID
A
F
BB
"Mapped"
AID
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
61114
B
LOOPF indicates to split both the A and B paths, connect the incoming line from the F direction to the
outgoing line in the F direction and connect this looped configuration to the FAD.
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1.8.4 Split A and B Access Modes
Split A and B access modes are shown in Figure 1-12 and Figure 1-13. These modes are similar to the
Split E and F modes, except the signals are sent to the RTU, not the NE signal configuration.
Figure 1-12 SPLTA access
E
AID
F
A
"Mapped"
AID
B
61115
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
SPLTA indicates that a connection is 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.
Figure 1-13 SPLTB access
E
AID
A
F
"Mapped"
AID
Dual-FAD TAP
(2 times the bandwidth
of the circuit accessed)
61116
B
SPLTB indicates that a connection is 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.
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1.8.5 Creating Test Access Points
Figure 1-14 Multi-node view (MONE example)
A
E
F
NE1
OC12
B
G
OC12
I
H
RTU
NE3
71717
C
J
NE2
D
Example 1-1
ED-STS1:NE1:STS-1-1:TACC=4;
This command creates a test access point (TAP) with STS-1-1 and STS-1-2 through NE1. The TAP
number assigned is four.
1.8.6 Connecting Test Access Points
Example 1-2
ENT-CRS-STS1:NE3:<AID I-G>:100::2WAY;
This command is a connection, not a TAP. <CTAG> is 100.
Example 1-3
ENT-CRS-STS1:NE3:<AID J-H>:101::2WAY;
This command is a second connection, not a TAP.
Assuming the path from A to B is already entered, the A and B points in Figure 1-14 refer to entry and
exit points on the node or different cards. The E/F designators refer to the two 2-way connections from
NE3.
Example 1-4
CONN-TACC-STS1:NE1:<AID A or B>:102::4:<MONE>;
This command connects the TAP number four to the circuit.
The I and J connections would be TAPs in Figure 1-2, but normal connections in Figure 1-14. CTC will
not present TAPs as parts of circuits. TAPs will be displayed on the node-level Maintenance/Test Access
Tab. This tab helps to avoid confusion when a connection can be treated one way under TL1 but another
way in CTC.
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Note
The <AID> provided designates the E side and the other automatically becomes the F side. Once a
CONN-TACC is set up, these designations cannot change until a DISC-TACC or another CONN-TACC
command is executed. The connection is based on the <AID> supplied.
1.8.7 Changing Test Access Modes
The command to change a TACC mode is:
Example 1-5
CHG-ACCMD-STS1:CISCO:8:123::MONF;
This command changes the test access mode for the circuit under test.This may be a change from
monitoring the data to inserting data into the STS. This command can only be applied to an existing TAP
connection. STS192c is not supported for Cisco ONS 15327.
1.8.8 Disconnecting Test Access Modes
TAPs can be disconnected in the following ways:
•
Issue the DISC-TACC command
•
Delete or modify accessed connection
•
Drop the TL1 session for any reason, including logout or a dropped telnet session
•
Switch or reset a TCC+/XTC
1.8.9 Deleting Test Access Points
The command to delete a TAP is:
Example 1-6
ED-<STS_PATH>:[<[TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::TACC=0:;
Note
The TACC number must be set to zero in order to delete a TAP.
Note
If a TAP is not removed the STS bandwidth will be stranded.
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TL1 Gateway
This chapter describes the TL1 Gateway and provides procedures and examples for implementing
TL1 Gateway on the ONS 15454.
Note
TL1 Gateway is supported for the Cisco ONS 15454 only.
2.1 Gateway Network Element Topology
You can issue TL1 commands to multiple nodes via a single connection through the TL1 Gateway. Any
node can serve as a Gateway Network Element (GNE), End-Point Network Element (ENE), or
Intermediate Network Element (INE). A node becomes a GNE when a TL1 user connects to it and enters
a command destined for another node. An ENE is an end node because it processes a TL1 command that
is passed to it from another node. An INE is an intermediate node because of topology; it has no special
hardware, software, or provisioning.
To implement the TL1 Gateway, use the desired ENE’s TID in the ACT-USER command at any node.
You do not need to establish a TL1 session on the GNE. From the GNE, you can access several remote
nodes which become the ENEs. The ENEs are the message destinations or origins. The INE handles the
DCC TCP/IP packet exchange.
The GNE Session is the connection that multiplexes TL1 messages between the OSS/craftsperson and
the GNE. The GNE demulitplexes incoming operations support system (OSS) TL1 commands and
forwards them to the remote ENE. The GNE also multiplexes incoming responses and autonomous
messages to the GNE Session. The ENE Session is the connection that exchanges messages between the
GNE and the remote ENE. Figure 2-1 shows the GNE topology.
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Example of a GNE topology
OSS
Single connection
TLI Gateway node
Autonomous messages
Number of connections
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Command/Response
Node 1
Node 2
Node 3
Each GNE can support six (5+1) concurrent gateway communication sessions (connections from an OS
to the GNE). Five of these sessions are via the LAN (wire-wrap, active TCC+ LAN port, or DCC) and
the sixth session is reserved for the active TCC+ serial port.
On each gateway communication session a GNE can establish TL1 sessions to up to 31 additional DCCconnected nodes, for a total DCC of 32 nodes. Each GNE can handle 32 nodes and 6 concurrent
communication gateway sessions, and the GNE can handle up to a maximum of 96 ENEs/GNE. You can
dynamically distribute the ENEs to balance the number of concurrent gateway communication sessions
versus the number of NEs on the DCC. The GNE treats the 6 (5+1) concurrent gateway communication
sessions and 96 ENEs/GNE limit as a resource pool (Table 2-1) and continues to allocate resources until
the pool is exhausted (see Table 2-2 for allocation examples). When the pool is exhausted the GNE
returns an “All Gateways in Use” message or an “All ENE Connections in Use” message.
Table 2-1
Gateway Resource Pool
Number of GNEs
Number of GNE
Sessions
Number of ENEs
Maximum Number of
ENE sessions/GNE session
1
6 (5+1)
96 (dynamically allocated)
31
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Table 2-2
Note
Examples of a Single GNE Topology Showing How the GNE/ENE Resources can be
Allocated
Number of GNE Communication Sessions
Maximum Number of ENEs
1
31
2
62
3
93
4
96
Number of GNE Communication Sessions
Number of ENEs
1
16
2
32
3
48
4
64
5
80
6
96
Issuing commands to specific nodes in the network is accomplished by entering a unique node name in
the TID field in each TL1 message. The TID field is synonymous with the name of the node and is the
second token in a TL1 command.
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2.2 Implementing TL1 Gateway
The following procedures demonstrate TL1 Gateway on a four-node ring (without TL1 Gateway in
Figure 2-2 and with TL1 Gateway in Figure 2-3), where:
Node 0 is the gateway GNE.
Node 1 is the ENE 1.
Node 2 is the INE 2.
Node 3 is the ENE 3.
Figure 2-2
Four-node ring without TL1 Gateway
Node 0
Node 3
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Node 1
Figure 2-3
Four-node ring with TL1 Gateway
GNE
TCP/IP
GNE Session
DCC Channel
ENE 3
ENE 1
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Log Into a Remote ENE
Step 1
Telnet or serial port to Node 0, which will become the GNE.
Step 2
To connect to the ENE 1 node, enter the TL1 login command using the following input example:
ACT-USER:NODE1:USERNAME:1234:PASSWORD;
The GNE forwards the login to ENE 1. After successful login, ENE 1 sends a COMPLD response.
Step 3
When you are logged into ENE 1, enter the following TL1 login command to connect to ENE 3:
ACT-USER:NODE3:USERNAME:1234:PASSWORD;
The GNE forwards the login to ENE 3. After successful login, the ENE 3 sends a COMPLD response.
Forward Commands by Specifying the ENE TID (Node 1 or Node 3)
When you are logged into ENE 1 and ENE 3, enter a command and designate a specific TID, as shown
in the following example:
RTRV-HDR:NODE1::1; will retrieve the header of Node 1 and
RTRV-HDR:NODE3::3; will retrieve the header of Node 3.
Receive Autonomous Messages from the Remote ENE
To receive autonomous messages from the remote ENE, you must log into the remote ENE. When you
are logged in, you will start receiving autonomous messages. The source of the message is identified by
the node TID as part of the message.
Log Out of a Remote ENE
To disconnect from a remote ENE, you must use the CANC-USER command as follows:
CANC-USER:NODE1:USERNAME:1; will disconnect ENE 1 and
CANC-USER:NODE3:USERNAME:3; will disconnect ENE 3.
The GNE forwards the logout to the remote ENEs. The GNE/ENE TCP session is closed.
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TL1 Command Descriptions
This chapter provides specific information on TL1 commands and autonomous messages for the
Cisco ONS 15454 and the Cisco ONS 15327, Release 3.3, including:
•
TL1 commands by category
•
TL1 commands by card
•
TL1 commands, categories and cards
•
TL1 commands
For information on command components, such as parameters, see Chapter 4, “TL1 Command
Components.”
3.1 TL1 Commands by Category
Table 3-1
TL1 Commands by Category
Category
Command or Autonomous Message
BLSR
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM RING
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-RING
Cross Connections
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
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Category
Command or Autonomous Message
Environmental Alarms and Controls
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
Equipment
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
Fault
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM COM
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
Log
ALW-MSG-DBCHG
INH-MSG-DBCHG
REPT DBCHG
RTRV-LOG
Performance
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Category (continued)
Category
Command or Autonomous Message
Ports
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
Security
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
SONET Line Protection
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
STS and VT Paths
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-VT1
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-VT1
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TL1 Commands by Category (continued)
Category
Command or Autonomous Message
Synchronization
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
System
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
Test Access
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
Testing
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
UPSR Switching
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
REPT SW
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
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Table 3-2
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
G1000
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-G1000
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
EC1
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EC1
ED-EQPT
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
DS1
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T1
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T1
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
DS1N
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T1
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T1
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
DS3
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T3
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T3
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
DS3N
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T3
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T3
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
DS3E
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T3
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T3
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
DS3NE
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-EQPT
ED-T3
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-T3
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
DS3XM
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-DS1
ED-EQPT
ED-T3
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC3
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC12
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
4 port OC12
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC48
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC48AS
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC192
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
E100T
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
E1000
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
TCC+
DLT-EQPT
ED-BITS
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
XC
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT SW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
SW-DX-EQPT
XCVT
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT SW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
SW-DX-EQPT
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15454)
ONS 15454 Card
Command or Autonomous Message
XC10G
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT SW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
SW-DX-EQPT
AIC
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT ENV
REPT EVT EQPT
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-EXT CONT
RTRV-INV
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
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Table 3-3
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327)
ONS 15327Card
Command or Autonomous Message
XTC
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BITS
ED-EQPT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
ED-T1
ED-T3
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT DBCHG
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT ENV
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT SYNCN
REPT SW
RLS-EXT-CONT
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-SYNCN
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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Table 3-3
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327) (continued)
ONS 15327Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC3
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327)
Table 3-3
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327) (continued)
ONS 15327Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC12
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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Table 3-3
TL1 Commands by Card (ONS 15327) (continued)
ONS 15327Card
Command or Autonomous Message
OC48
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
DISC-TACC
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
DLT-EQPT
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-BLSR
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
ENT-EQPT
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
INIT-SYS
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
REPT EVT RING
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-SYNCSW
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
RTRV-VT1
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
E10/100
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INIT-SYS
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
RTRV-INV
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TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards
3.4 TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards
Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
ACT-USER
Security
—
—
ALW-MSG-ALL
System
—
—
ALW-MSG-DBCHG
Log
—
—
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
Equipment
XC, XCVT, XC10G
—
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
—
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
—
CANC
Security
—
—
CANC-USER
Security
—
—
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
Test Access
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
Test Access
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
DISC-TACC
Test Access
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
Cross Connection G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
DLT-CRS-VT1
Cross Connection G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
DLT-EQPT
Equipment
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48, E10/100
All cards
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
DLT-USER-SECU
Security
—
—
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
Ports
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
ED-<STS_PATH>
STS and VT Paths G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
ED-BITS
Synchronization
XTC
ED-BLSR
Cross Connection OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC12, OC48
ED-DAT
System
—
—
ED-DS1
Ports
DS3XM
—
ED-EC1
Ports
EC1
—
ED-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
ED-G1000
Ports
—
Not supported
ED-NE-GEN
System
TCC+
XTC
ED-NE-SYNCN
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
ED-PID
Security
—
—
ED-SYNCN
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
ED-T1
Ports
DS1, DS1N
XTC
ED-T3
Ports
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
ED-USER-SECU
Security
—
—
ED-VT1
STS and VT Paths EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
Cross Connection G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
TCC+
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
ENT-CRS-VT1
Cross Connection DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
ENT-EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
ENT-USER-SECU
Security
—
—
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
SONET Line
Protection
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC12, OC48
INH-MSG-ALL
System
—
—
INH-MSG-DBCHG
Log
—
—
INH-SWDX-EQPT
Equipment
XC, XCVT, XC10G
XTC
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
Performance
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
INIT-SYS
System
All cards
All cards
OPR-EXT-CONT
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
—
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
Testing
G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS,OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS,OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
UPSR Switching
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
UPSR Switching
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS,OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
OPR-SYNCNSW
Synchronization
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS,OC192,
TCC+
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
Fault
All cards
All cards
REPT ALM BITS
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
REPT ALM COM
Fault
—
—
REPT ALM ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
—
REPT ALM EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
REPT ALM RING
BLSR
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC12, OC48
REPT ALM SYNCN
Synchronization
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS,OC192,
TCC+
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
REPT DBCHG
Log
All cards
—
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
Fault
All cards
All cards
REPT EVT BITS
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
REPT EVT COM
Fault
—
—
REPT EVT ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
—
REPT EVT EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
REPT EVT RING
BLSR
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC12, OC48
REPT EVT SECU
Security
—
—
REPT EVT SYNCN
Synchronization
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192,
TCC+
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
REPT SW
Protection
XC, XCVT, XC10G
XTC
RLS-EXT-CONT
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
Testing
G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
UPSR Switching
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
UPSR Switching
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
RLS-SYNCNSW
Synchronization
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192,
TCC+
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Ports
G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RST-<MOD_PORT>
Ports
G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
Ports
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
STS and VT Paths G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Fault
All cards
All cards
RTRV-ALM-ALL
Fault
All cards
All cards
RTRV-ALM-BITS
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
RTRV-ALM-RING
BLSR
—
—
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
Synchronization
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192,
TCC+
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RTRV-BITS
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
RTRV-BLSR
SONET Line
Protection
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC12, OC48
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
Fault
All cards
All cards
RTRV-COND-ALL
Fault
All cards
All cards
RTRV-COND-BITS
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
RTRV-COND-ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RTRV-COND-EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
RTRV-COND-RING
BLSR
—
—
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
Cross Connection G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-CRS-VT1
Cross Connection EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-DS1
Ports
DS3XM
—
RTRV-EC1
Ports
EC1
—
RTRV-EQPT
Equipment
All cards
All cards
RTRV-EXT-CONT
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
SONET Line
Protection
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
RTRV-G1000
Ports
—
Not supported
RTRV-HDR
System
—
—
RTRV-INV
System
All cards
All cards
RTRV-LOG
Log
—
—
RTRV-NE-GEN
System
TCC+
XTC
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
System
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
OC3, OC12, OC48
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
Performance
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
Performance
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
STS and VT Paths G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3
RTRV-SYNCN
Synchronization
TCC+
XTC
RTRV-T1
Ports
DS1, DS1N
XTC
RTRV-T3
Ports
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE
XTC
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
Performance
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
RTRV-TOD
System
—
—
RTRV-VT1
STS and VT Paths EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
SET-ATTR-CONT
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
SET-ATTR-ENV
Environmental
Alarms and
Controls
AIC
XTC
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
Performance
G1000, EC1, DS1,
DS1N, DS3, DS3N,
DS3E, DS3NE,
DS3XM, OC3,
OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
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Table 3-4
TL1 Commands, Categories and Cards (continued)
Command or
Autonomous Message
Category
ONS 15454 Cards
ONS 15327 Cards
SET-TH-<MOD2>
Performance
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM,
OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC48AS, OC192
XTC, OC3, OC12,
OC48
SET-TOD
System
—
—
SW-DX-EQPT
Equipment
XC, XCVT, XC10G
XTC
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
Equipment
EC1, DS1, DS1N,
DS3, DS3N, DS3E,
DS3NE, DS3XM
XTC
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TL1 Commands
3.5 TL1 Commands
The commands and autonomous messages used for ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 are described in detail
in this section and are listed alphabetically according to the first alpha character of the command string.
Each TL1 command must be less than or equal to 255 characters. Any command larger than 255
characters must be split into multiple commands. For example, if you use the ED-<STS_PATH>
command to edit the J1 EXPTRC/TRC message, UPSR attributes, and TACC attributes and the
command exceeds 255 characters the command will not be processed. You must use multiple
ED-<STS_PATH> commands instead.
Note
The AID of any TL1 line mode command is a mandatory field in this TL1 release.
Note
The AID definitions provided are supersets of the actual AID definitions.
Note
TL1 commands that are entered incorrectly are not completed.
Note
Starting with this release (R3.3), all TL1 commands will return the DENY error code without any
additional error messages prior to a successful TL1 login (i.e. prior to a successful ACT-USER
command). Releases earlier than R3.3 either return different error codes; for example, PLNA and IICT
and also additional error messages; for example, Login Not Active.
3.5.1 ACT-USER: Activate User
This command is used to set-up a session with the Network Element (NE).
Notes:
1.
Passwords are visible on-screen when entered for the ENT-USER-SECU and ACT-USER
commands. Cisco recommends that you close any windows containing sensitive information after
exiting a TL1 session.
2.
In this release, the ACT-USER command does not return the date and time of the last session
established by the UID or the number of unsuccessful session attempts since the last session.
3.
This command is now backwards compatible with userids and passwords from ONS 15454 2.X
software versions according to the following rules:
a. The syntax of the userid (UID) and the password (PID) are not checked.
b. Invalid syntax for both the userid and password is permitted, but the user can only log in if the
userid/password match what is in the database.
c. The userid and password cannot exceed 10 characters.
Section
ACT-USER Description
Category
Security
Security
N/A
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ACT-USER Description (continued)
Related
Messages
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
ACT-USER:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<PID>;
where:
•
<UID> is the user identifier and is a string; <UID> is any combination of up to
10 alphanumeric characters. <UID> must not be null.
•
<PID> is the user login password and is a string; <PID> is any combination of
up to 10 alphanumeric characters. <PID> must not be null.
Note
CTC allows <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters. The 20 character
CTC-entered <UID> and <PID> are not valid TL1 <UID> and <PID>.
Input Example
ACT-USER:PETALUMA:TERRI:100::MYPASSWD;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.2 ALW-MSG-ALL: Allow Message All
This command instructs the NE to enter a mode in which all the REPT ALM and REPT EVT autonomous
messages are transmitted. See the INH-MSG-ALL command to inhibit these autonomous messages.
When a TL1 session starts, the REPT ALM and REPT EVT messages are allowed by default.
Note
If this command is issued twice in the same session, the SAAL (Status, Already Allowed) error message
will be returned. The optional fields in the e block are not supported.
Section
ALW-MSG-ALL Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
Input Format
ALW-MSG-ALL:[<TID>]::<CTAG>[::,,];
Input Example
ALW-MSG-ALL:PETALUMA::549;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
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3.5.3 ALW-MSG-DBCHG: Allow Database Change Message
This command is used to enable REPT DBCHG.
Note
This command is not defined in the GR.
Section
ALW-MSG-DBCHG Description
Category
Log
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
INH-MSG-DBCHG
REPT DBCHG
RTRV-LOG
Input Format
ALW-MSG-DBCHG:[<TID>]::<CTAG>[::,,];
Input Example
ALW-MSG-DBCHG:CISCO::123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.4 ALW-SWDX-EQPT: Allow Switch Duplex Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs an NE to allow automatic or manual switching on a duplex system containing
duplexed or redundant equipment. To inhibit an NE switching to duplex, use the INH-SWDX-EQPT
command.
ALW-SWDX-EQPT is not used for SONET line or electrical card protection switching. For SONET line
or path protection switching commands, see OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands. For the
electrical card protection switching, see SW-TOWKG-EQPT and SW-TOPROTN-EQPT commands.
Note
This command applies to the XC or XCVT equipment unit only in this release.
Section
ALW-SWDX-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
ALW-SWDX-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the XC/XCVT equipment AID from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
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ALW-SWDX-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Example
ALW-SWDX-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-8:1234;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.5 ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT: Allow Switch to Protection Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to allow automatic or manual switching of an equipment unit back to a
protection status. Use the INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT command to inhibit an NE from switching to
protection.
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM, and EC1). DS1
and DS3 cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1 equipment
protection. When this command is given to a working unit, the working unit will be allowed to switch to
the protection unit. When this command is given to a protection unit, any working unit in the protection
group is allowed to switch to the protection unit.
The standing condition of INHSWPR on the unit specified by the AID will be cleared.
Notes:
1.
This command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. A command with any other
value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error
message should be responsed.
2.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will receive an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
3.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will receive an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
4.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message should be responsed.
5.
If this command is used on a card that is not in the inhibit state, the SAAL (Status, Already Allowed)
error message should be responsed.
6.
The following situation(s) are allowed and will not generate any error response: Sending this
command to missing cards so long as none of the previous error conditions apply.
Section
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TORPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Format
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<DIRN>];
where:
•
<AID> The parameter can either be the protection unit for which carrying traffic
is to be allowed (release of lockout) or the working unit for which switching to
protect is to be allowed (release of lock on); <AID> is from the “EQPT” section
on page 4-11.
•
<DIRN> is the direction of the switching. The command only supports one value
of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This parameter defaults to BTH; valid values
for <DIRN> are shown in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35.
Input Example
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123::BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.6 ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT: Allow Switch to Working Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to allow automatic or manual switching of an equipment unit back to a
working status. Use the INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT command to inhibit an NE from switching to working.
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM, and EC1). DS1
and DS3 cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1 equipment
protection. When this command is given to a working unit, the working unit will be allowed to carry
traffic. When this command is given to a protection unit, the protection unit will be allowed to switch
back to the working unit currently protected as long as the working unit has not raised INHSWWKG.
In the case of revertive protection, the traffic will switch immediately from the protection unit to the
working unit regardless of the reversion time setting. In the case of non-revertive protection, the
protection unit will continue to carry the traffic.
The standing condition of INHSWWKG on the unit specified by the AID will be cleared.
Notes:
1.
This command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. A command with any other
value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error
message should be responsed.
2.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will receive an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
3.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will receive an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use the OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
4.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message should be responsed.
5.
If this command is used on a card that is not in the inhibit state, the SAAL (Status, Already Allowed)
error message should be responsed.
6.
The following situation(s) are allowed and will not generate any error response: Sending this
command to missing cards so long as none of the previous error conditions apply.
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ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<DIRN>];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> This parameter can either be the protection unit for which switching back
to working is to be allowed (release of lock on) or the working unit for which
carrying traffic is to be allowed (release of lockout); <AID> is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11.
•
<DIRN> is the direction of the switching. The command only supports one value
of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This parameter defaults to BTH; valid values
for <DIRN> are shown in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35.
Input Example
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123::BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.7 CANC: Cancel
Reports the occurrence of a session timeout event.
CANC is an autonomous message transmitted by the NE to a user when a session established by that user
is terminated because no messages were exchanged for a long period of time, a timeout. The timeout
period is set based on the user’s privilege. The superuser [SUPER] has the timeout period of 15 minutes.
The Provision user [PROV] has the timeout period of 30 minutes. The Maintenance [MAINT] user has
the timeout period of 60 minutes.
When a timeout occurs, the corresponding port drops and the next session initiation at that port requires
the regular login procedure.
Section
CANC Description
Category
Security
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
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CANC Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG CANC
“<UID>”
;
where:
•
Output
Example
<UID> refers to the user’s identification whose session is terminated due to
timeout; <UID> is any combination of up to 10 alphanumeric characters. <UID>
is a string.
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 CANC
“CISCO15”
;
3.5.8 CANC-USER: Cancel User
This command logs a user out of an active session with the NE.
Note
The USERID field of this command is a mandatory field.
Section
CANC-USER Description
Category
Security
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
CANC-USER:[<TID>]:<USERID>:<CTAG>;
where:
•
<USERID> identifies the user to the system; <USERID> is any combination of
up to 10 alphanumeric characters. <USERID> is a string
Note
CTC allows <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters. The 20 character
CTC-entered <UID> and <PID> are not valid TL1 <UID> and <PID>.
Input Example
CANC-USER:PETALUMA:TERRI:101;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.9 CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>: Change Access Mode (DS1, STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(STS192C supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command changes the test access (TACC) mode for the circuit being tested. For more information
on TACC, refer to the “Test Access” section on page 1-9.
This may be a change from monitoring the data to inserting data into the STS. This command can only
be applied to an existing (test access path) TAP connection.
Notes:
1.
If there is no TAP connection, a DENY error message will be returned.
2.
If a requested condition already exists, a SRCN error message will be returned.
3.
If a requested access configuration is invalid, a SRAC error message will be returned
4.
If a requested TAP does not exist, a RTEN error message is returned.
Section
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC> Description
Category
Test Access
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
CONN-TACC-<MODE_TACC>
DISC_TACC
Input Format
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>:[<TID>]:<TAP>:<CTAG>::<MD>;
where:
•
Note
•
<TAP> indicates the test access path number selected by the NE. The <TAP> is
used to identify all messages between the TSC and NE until the access path is
released. The <TAP> number must be an integer with a range of 1 to 999. <TAP>
is a string.
This command only changes a single TAP at a time.
<MD> indicates the test access mode (SPLTE, SPLTF, LOOPE, AND LOOPF
require an external QRS input signal); valid values for <MD> are shown in the
“TACC_MODE” section on page 4-62
Input Example
CHG-ACCMD-STS1:CISCO:8:123::MONE;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.10 CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>: Connect TACC (DS1, STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(STS192C supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command connects the STS or VT defined by AID to the STS or VT specified by the TAP number.
For more information on TACC, refer to the “Test Access” section on page 1-9.
Notes:
1.
If all TAPs are busy, a RABY error message will be returned.
2.
If a requested TAP is busy, a RTBY error message will be returned.
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3.
If a requested TAP does not exist, a RTEN error message will be returned.
4.
If a circuit is already connected to another TAP, a SCAT error message will be returned.
5.
If a requested condition already exists, a SRCN error message will be returned.
6.
If the AID is invalid, a IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message will be returned.
7.
If an access is not supported, an EANS error message will be returned.
8.
If a requested access configuration is invalid, a SRAC error message will be returned.
Section
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC> Description
Category
Test Access
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
CHG-ACCMD-<CHG-ACCMD>
DISC-TACC
Input Format
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<TAP>]:MD=<MD>;
where:
•
<AID> is an access identifier. <AID> format is the modifier AID format in the
ALL AID list. <AID> is the AID from the “ALL” section on page 4-5. <AID>
must not be null.
•
<TAP> indicates the test access path number selected by the NE. The <TAP> is
used to identify all messages between the TSC and the NE until the access path
is released. The <TAP> number must be an integer with a range of 1 to 999. A
null <TAP> defaults to an appropriate <TAP> number selected by the NE.
<TAP> is an integer and a null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<MD> indicates the test access mode (SPLTE, SPLTF, LOOPE and LOOPF
require an external QRS input signal); valid values for <MD> are shown in the
“TACC_MODE” section on page 4-62. <MD> must not be null.
Input Example
CONN-TACC-STS1:CISCO:STS-2-4:123::8:MD=MONE;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<TAP>”
;
where:
•
<TAP> indicates the test access path number selected by the NE. The <TAP> is
used to identify all messages between the TSC and NE until the access path is
released. The <TAP> number must be an integer with a range of 1 - 999. A null
<TAP> defaults to an appropriate <TAP> number selected by the NE. <TAP> is
an integer.
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“8”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.11 DISC-TACC: Disconnect TACC
This command disconnects the TAP and puts the connection back to its original state (no splits). For
more information on TACC, refer to the “Test Access” section on page 1-9.
Notes:
1.
If you send this command to an already disconnected connection, a SADC error message is returned.
2.
If the system cannot release TAP, an SRTN error message is returned.
Section
DISC-TACC Description
Category
Test Access
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
CHG-ACCMD-<MOD_TACC>
CONN-TACC-<MOD_TACC>
Input Format
DISC-TACC:[<TID>]:<TAP>:<CTAG>;
where:
•
Note
<TAP> indicates the test access path number selected by the NE. The <TAP> is
used to identify all messages between the TSC and the NE until the access path
is released. The <TAP> number must be an integer with a range of 1- 999. This
command only supports changing a single <TAP> number at a time. <TAP> is a
string.
This command only disconnects a single TAP at a time.
Input Example
DISC-TACC:CISCO:8:123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.12 DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Delete Cross Connection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command deletes a cross connection between STS paths. STS paths are specified using their STS
AID.
Notes:
1.
The fields after CTAG (trailing colons) are optional.
2.
For the 1-way cross connections the AIDs must be in the same order as originally entered; for the
2-way cross connections, either order will work.
3.
This command does not support deleting multiple STS cross connections.
4.
Using “&” in the AID field of this command can delete an UPSR STS cross connection.
The following command is used to delete a 1-way selector or 2-way selector and bridge with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
DLT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1:<CTAG>;
The following command is used to delete a 1-way bridge or 2-way selector and bridge with:
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from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
DLT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1,t1&t2:<CTAG>;
The following command is used to delete a 1-way or 2-way subtending UPSR connection with:
from point: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
DLT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1&t2:<CTAG>;
The AID format in the deletion command is the same as the AID format in the retrieved response
message. For example, if the output of any retrieved AID is “F1&F2,T1:CCT,STS3C”, the deletion
command with the AID format (F1&F2,T1) is required to delete this cross connection.
5.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid.
6.
You can experience some implementation behavior problems if additional drops have been added to
the connection object.
7.
The facility AID is only valid for slots holding the G1000-4 card.
Section
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
Cross Connection
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
Input Format
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<FROM>,<TO>:<CTAG>[:::];
where:
•
<FROM> indicates an identifier at one end of the STS cross connection;
<FROM> is the AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7.
•
<TO> indicates an identifier at the other end of the STS cross connection; <TO>
is the AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7.
Input Example
DLT-CRS-STS12C:VINBURG:STS-1-1, STS-12-1:102;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.13 DLT-CRS-VT1: Delete Virtual Tributary Cross Connect
This command deletes the VT1 cross connections.
Notes:
1.
The fields after CTAG (trailing colons) are the optional.
2.
For the 1-way cross connections the AIDs must be in same order as originally entered; for the 2-way
either order will work.
3.
This command does not support deleting multiple VT cross connections.
4.
Using “&” in the AID field of this command can delete an UPSR VT cross connection.
The following command is used to delete a 1-way selector or 2-way selector and bridge with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
DLT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1:<CTAG>;
The following command is used to delete a 1-way bridge or 2-way selector and bridge with:
from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
DLT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1,t1&t2:<CTAG>;
The following command is used to delete a 1-way subtending UPSR connection or 2-way subtending
UPSR connection with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
DLT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1&t2:<CTAG>;
The AID format in the deletion command is the same as the AID format in the retrieved response
message. For example, if the output of any retrieved AID is “F1&F2,T1:CCT”, the deletion
command with the AID format (F1&F2,T1) is required to delete this cross connection.
5.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid.
6.
You can experience some implementation behavior problems if additional drops have been added to
the connection object.
Section
DLT-CRS-VT1 Description
Category
Cross Connections
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
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Input Format
DLT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:<FROM>,<TO>:<CTAG>[:::];
where:
•
<FROM> indicates an identifier at one end of the VT cross connection;
<FROM> is the AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17.
•
<TO> indicates an identifier at the other end of the VT cross connection; <TO>
is the AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17.
Input Example
DLT-CRS-VT1:CISCO:VT1-2-3-7-2,VT1-4-4-5-2:1234;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.14 DLT-EQPT: Delete Equipment
This command deletes a card from a slot in the NE.
This command removes the card type and attributes that were entered for a particular slot. If any facilities
are assigned, they are deleted too. The command will be denied if the card is part of a protection group
or has a cross-connect end-point.
To delete a card that is part of a protection group, it has to be removed from the protection group first
via ED-EQPT.
Error conditions for deleting equipment may be:
1.
For a card in a protection group that has a cross connection, DCC or is a synchronization source, the
SPLD (Equipment in use) error message will be returned.
2.
If a card is not provisioned, an error message will be returned.
Section
DLT-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
DLT-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[:::];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the equipment unit (slot) to act on and is the AID from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11.
Input Example
DLT-EQPT:SONOMA:SLOT-1:104;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.15 DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Delete Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command deletes an OCN facility protection group in the 1+1 architecture.
Note
If the protection group does not exist, an error message will be returned.
Section
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
Input Format
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<WORK>,<PROTECT>:<CTAG>[:::];
where:
•
<WORK> identifies the working facility and is the AID from the “FACILITY”
section on page 4-11.
•
<PROTECT> identifies the protect facility and is the AID “FACILITY” section
on page 4-11.
Input Example
DLT-FFP-OC3:PETALUMA:FAC-2-1,FAC-1-1:1;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.16 DLT-USER-SECU: Delete User Security
This command deletes a user and can only be performed by a Superuser. Privilege levels are described
in the ENT-USER-SECU command.
Notes:
1.
The user whose ID is to be deleted must not be logged in. If this command is executed while the user
is logged on, the current session for that user continues. Once the user logs out, the same USERID
cannot be used to log in again. If you try to delete a userid and the user is logged in, an error message
indicating that the user is logged in will be received.
2.
To maintain backwards compatibility, the following rules apply:
a. The syntax of <UID> is not checked (but must not exceed ten characters).
b. The <UID> is deleted if <UID> exists in the database.
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DLT-USER-SECU Description
Category
Security
Security
Superuser
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
DLT-USER-SECU:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>;
where:
•
<UID> is the user identifier and is a string; <UID> is any combination of up to
10 alphanumeric characters.
Note
CTC allows <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters. The 20 character
CTC-entered <UID> and <PID> are not valid TL1 <UID> and <PID>.
Input Example
DLT-USER-SECU:PETALUMA:CISCO15:123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.17 ED-<OCN_TYPE>: Edit (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command edits the attributes (i.e. service parameters) and state of an OC-N facility. Allowable
states for a facility are Out of Service (OOS) and In Service (IS).
The DCC transmit is bridged to both working and protect in a 1+1 configuration. On the receive side,
the active one is selected for DCC. The DCC is provisioned on the working port only in a 1+1
configuration.
All OCN lines are allowed to change to SDH mode with this command with the following restrictions:
1.
The line must be unprotected at the time, but can be protected after changing.
2.
The line can be a sync reference but cannot have “syncMessages” enabled or “send Do Not Use”.
3.
The line cannot have Orderwire.
4.
The line cannot have VT circuits.
5.
The line cannot have DCC.
All lines in a 1+1 or BLSR must have the same mode. If the mode of a line that is in a 1+1 or BLSR is
changed, an error message will be returned.
Section
ED-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
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ED-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Related
Messages
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
Input Format
ED-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[DCC=<DCC>,]
[SYNCMSG=<SYNCMSG>,][SENDDUS=<SENDDUS>,][PJMON=<PJMON>,]
[SFBER=<SFBER>,][SDBER=<SDBER>,][MODE=<MODE>,][MUX=<MUX>]
[:<PST>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<DCC> identifies an OC-N port DCC connection; valid values for <DCC> are
shown in the “SDCC_MODE” section on page 4-55
•
<SYNCMSG> indicates if sync status messaging is enabled or disabled on the
facility; valid values for <SYNCMSG> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on
page 4-51
•
<SENDDUS> indicates that the facility will send out the DUS (do not use for
synchronization) value as the sync status message for that facility; valid values
are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<PJMON> identifies an OC-N port PJMON with a value range of [0, highest STS
number for the sonet card]; <PJMON> is an integer
•
<SFBER> identifies an OC-N port SFBER; valid values for <SFBER> are shown
in the “SF_BER” section on page 4-56
•
<SDBER> identifies an OC-N port SDBER; valid values for <SDBER> are
shown in the “SD_BER” section on page 4-55
•
Valid values for <MODE> are shown in the “OPTICAL_MODE” section on
page 4-51
•
<MUX> BLSR Extension Byte (supported only on OC48AS cards); valid values
for <MUX> are shown in the “MUX_TYPE” section on page 4-49
•
<PST> identifies an OC-N port state (e.g. IS or OOS); valid values for <PST>
are shown in the “PST” section on page 4-53
Input Example
ED-OC48:PENNGROVE:FAC-6-1:114:::DCC=Y,SYNCMSG=Y,SENDDUS=N,
PJMON=48,SFBER=1E-4,SDBER=1E-6,MODE=SONET,MUX=E2:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.18 ED-<STS_PATH>: Edit (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C,
STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command edits the attributes associated with an STS path.
The SFBER, SDBER, RVRTV, and RVTM parameters only apply to UPSR.
The path trace message is a 64 character string including the terminating CR (carriage return) and LF
(line feed) that is transported in the J1 byte of the SONET STS Path overhead. Both the EXPTRC and
TRC string can be provisioned by user with up to 62 character string.
The EXPTRC indicates the contents of the expected incoming path trace are provisioned by the user. The
TRC indicates the contents of the outgoing path trace message. The INCTRC indicates the contents of
the incoming path trace message.
The path trace mode has three modes: OFF, MANUAL, and AUTO. The path trace mode defaults to OFF.
The MANUAL mode performs the comparison of the received string with the user-entered expected
string. The AUTO mode performs the comparison of the present received string with an expected string
set to a previously received string. If there is a mismatch, TIM-P alarm is raised. When the path trace
mode is in OFF mode, there is no path trace processing, and all the alarm and state conditions are reset.
The TACC parameter edits an existing single STS or VT and changes it to a test access path. When an
editing command on TACC is executed, it assigns the STS for the first 2WAY test access connection and
STS=1 as the second 2WAY connection. For STS3C and STS12C, the next available STS of the same
width is chosen. For more information on TACC, refer to the “Test Access” section on page 1-9.
J1 is implemented on the DS1/DS1N, DS3, DS3E/DS3NE, DS3XM, EC1, OC3, OC48AS and OC192
cards.
DS3/DS3N, OC12, OC48, E100, and E1000 cards do not support path trace.
DS1/DS1N, DS3E/DS3NE, and DS3XM support both TRC and EXPTRC in the ED-STS-PATH
command.
EC1, OC3, OC48AS, and OC192 only support EXPTRC in the ED-STS-PATH command.
Note
Each TL1 command must be less than or equal to 255 characters. Any command larger than 255
characters must be split into multiple commands. For example, if you use the ED-<STS_PATH>
command to edit the J1 EXPTRC/TRC message, UPSR attributes, and TACC attributes and the
command exceeds 255 characters the command will not be processed. You must use multiple
ED-<STS_PATH> commands instead.
Note
An STS tap created in a DS3XM card cannot be used to connect to an STS having a non-VT structured
payload; for example, DS3, if created traffic cannot be monitored.
Note
An STS tap created in a DS3 card cannot be used to connect to an STS having non-DS3 payload; for
example, VT-structured, if created traffic cannot be monitored.
Error conditions:
1.
If sending this command to edit SFBER or SDBER or RVRTV or RVTM for the non UPSR STS
path, an error message (cross-connect does not have UPSR path selector) will be returned.
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2.
If sending this command to edit the EXPTRC string with the AUTO path trace mode
(TRCMODE=AUTO), an error message (incompatible parameter values for exptrc and TRCMODE)
will be returned.
3.
If sending this command to edit TRC on any card other than DS3(N)E, DS1(N), and DS3XM cards,
an error message (TRC-not allowed for monitor paths. Incorrect card type.) will be returned.
4.
This command is allowed to edit EXPTRC on DS1(N), DS3(N)E, DS3XM, EC1, OC3, OC48AS,
and OC192 cards.
5.
If sending this command to edit both TACC and any other attribute(s), the (Parameters Not
compatible) error message will be returned.
6.
This command is only allowed when there are no circuits/cross connections (no UPSR connections)
on that AID.
7.
If sending this command to edit TACC on an AID with circuits or cross connections, an error
message (VT in Use) will be returned.
8.
TACC creation will also be denied on the protect ports/cards.
Section
ED-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
STS and VT Paths
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-VT1
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-VT1
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ED-<STS_PATH> Description (continued)
Input Format
ED-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>:::[SFBER=<SFBER>,]
[SDBER=<SDBER>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,]
[EXPTRC=<EXPTRC>,][TRC=<TRC>,][TRCMODE=<TRCMODE>,]
[TACC=<TACC>][:];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “STS” section on page 4-12
•
<SFBER> identifies an STS path SFBER which only applies to UPSR; valid
values for <SFBER> are shown in the “SF_BER” section on page 4-56
•
<SDBER> identifies an STS path SDBER which only applies to UPSR; valid
values for <SDBER> are shown in the “SD_BER” section on page 4-55
•
<RVRTV> identifies a revertive mode which only applies to UPSR; valid values
for <RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51 and <RVRTV>
is optional
•
<RVTM> identifies a revertive time which only applies to UPSR; <RVTM> is
not allowed to be set while <RVRTV> is N (non-revertive mode). Valid values
for <RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55 and
<RVTM> is optional
•
<EXPTRC> indicates the expected path trace message (J1) contents. The
EXPTRC is any 64 character string, including the terminating CR (carriage
return) and LF (line feed); <EXPTRC> is a string
•
<TRC> identifies the path trace message to be transmitted. The TRC is any
combination of 64 characters, including the terminating CR and LF. The trace
byte (J1) continuously transmits a 64 byte string, one byte at a time. A null value
defaults to the NE transmitting null characters (Hex 00); <TRC> is a string
•
<TRCMODE> indicates the path trace mode, and defaults to the OFF mode;
valid values for <TRCMODE> are shown in the “TRCMODE” section on
page 4-64
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999. When TACC is 0, the TAP is
deleted. <TACC> is an integer.
Input Example
ED-STS1:FERNDALE:STS-2-4:115:::SFBER=1E-3,SDBER=1E-5,RVRTV=Y,
RVTM=1.0,EXPTRC=“EXPTRCSTRING”,TRC=“TRCSTRING”,
TRCMODE=OFF,TACC=8;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.19 ED-BITS: Edit Building Integrated Timing Supply
This command edits the BITS reference attributes.
Section
ED-BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
Input Format
ED-BITS:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[LINECDE=<LINECDE>,][FMT=<FMT>,]
[LBO=<LBO>,][SYNCMSG=<SYNCMSG>,][AISTHRSHLD=<AISTHRSHLD>]
[:<PST>];
where:
•
<AID> is an access identifier from the “BITS” section on page 4-9
•
<LINECDE> is a line code; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“LINE_CODE” section on page 4-42
•
<FMT> is the frame format; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“FRAME_FORMAT” section on page 4-41
•
<LBO> indicates BITS line build out. The default value is “0-133”. Valid values
for <LBO> are shown in the “BITS_LineBuildOut” section on page 4-22
•
<SYNCMSG> indicates if this BITS facility supports synchronization status
message; <SYNCMSG> defaults to (Y) and valid values are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<AISTHRSHLD> is the AIS Threshold. Valid values for <AISTHRSHLD>
shown in the “SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL” section on page 4-60
•
<PST> is a state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53
Input Example
ED-BITS:SONOMA:BITS-2:779:::LINECDE=AMI,FMT=ESF,LBO=0-133,
SYNCMSG=Y,AISTHRSHLD=PRS:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.20 ED-BLSR: Edit Bidirectional Line Switched Ring
This command edits the BLSR attributes.
Notes:
1.
Only the RVRTV, RVTM, SRVRTV, SRVTM attributes can be edited for the 4-Fiber BLSR.
2.
Only the RVRTV and RVTM attributes can be edited for the 2-Fiber BLSR.
Error conditions:
1.
If there is a system error, an SDBE (Status, Internal Data Base Error) error message will be returned.
2.
If the NE returns nothing for the required BLSR (BLSR number, AID), a SRQN (Status, Invalid
Request) error message will be returned.
3.
If sending this command to modify any attribute other than RVRTV, RVTM, SRVRTV, and SRVTM
on the 4-Fiber BLSR, an IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error message will be returned.
4.
If sending this command to modify any attribute other than RVRTV and RVTM on the 2-Fiber
BLSR, an IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error message will be returned.
5.
If sending this command to modify RVTM while RVRTV is in non-revertive mode or SRVTM while
SRVRTV is in non-revertive mode, an ICNV (Input, Command Not Valid) error message will be
returned.
Section
ED-BLSR Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
REPT ALM RING
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-RING
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ED-BLSR Description (continued)
Input Format
ED-BLSR:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[RINGID=<RINGID>,]
[NODEID=<NODEID>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,]
[SRVRTV=<SRVRTV>,][SRVTM=<SRVTM>][:];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the BLSR of the NE and is from the “BLSR” section on
page 4-9 (the AID “ALL” or “BLSR ALL” is not allowed for editing BLSR).
This command only supports a single BLSR AID.
•
<NODEID> identifies the BLSR node ID of the NE. It ranges from 0–31.
<NODEID> is an integer.
Note
•
Note
<NODEID> cannot be edited in this release.
<RINGID> identifies the BLSR ring ID of the NE. It ranges from 0–9999.
<RINGID> is an integer.
<RINGID> cannot be edited in this release.
•
<RVRTV> identifies the revertive mode and valid values are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<RVTM> identifies the revertive time and is not allowed to be set while
<RVRTV> is N (non-revertive mode); valid values for <RVTM> are shown in
the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
•
<SRVRTV> identifies the span revertive mode for 4F BLSR only and valid
values are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<SRVTM> identifies the span revertive time for 4F BLSR only and is not
allowed to be set while <SRVRTV> is N (non-revertive mode); valid values for
<SRVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
Input Example
ED-BLSR:PETALUMA:BLSR-43:123:::RVRTV=Y,RVTM=2.0,SRVRTV=Y,
SRVTM=5.0;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.21 ED-DAT: Edit Date and Time
This command edits the date and the time
Section
ED-DAT Description
Category
System
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ALM-MSG-ALL
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
Input Format
ED-DAT:[<TID>]::<CTAG>::[<DATE>],[<TIME>];
where:
•
<DATE> identifies the date and is a string
•
<TIME> identifies the time and is a string
Input Example
ED-DAT:CISCO::1234::99-12-21,14-35-15;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.22 ED-DS1: Edit DS1 Layer of DS3XM
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command edits the test access attributes on the DS3XM card at the DS1 layer.
Note
This command is not allowed if the card is a protecting card.
Section
ED-DS1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD-PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
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ED-DS1 Description (continued)
Input Format
ED-DS1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[:::TACC=<TACC>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier of a DS1 layer entity on the DS3XM card and is
from the “DS1” section on page 4-10
•
<TACC> defines the DS1 as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999. When TACC is 0, the TAP is
deleted. <TACC> is an integer.
Input Example
ED-DS1:PETALUMA:DS1-2-6-12:123:::TACC=8;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.23 ED-EC1: Edit Electrical Carrier
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command edits the attributes of an EC1.
Note
This command is not allowed if the card is a protecting card.
Section
ED-EC1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
ED-EC1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[PJMON=<PJMON>,][LBO=<LBO>]
[:<PST>];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
Example
•
<AID> is the facility AID of an EC1 port and is from the “FACILITY” section
on page 4-11
•
<PJMON> is the SONET pointer number (0 or 1) of an EC1 port and is an
integer
•
Valid values for <LBO> are shown in the “E_LBO” section on page 4-36
•
<PST> is the state of an EC1 port; valid values for <PST> are shown in the
“PST” section on page 4-53
Input
ED-EC1:CISCO:FAC-1-1:123:::PJMON=0,LBO=0-225:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.24 ED-EQPT: Edit Equipment
This command edits the attributes for a given equipment slot in the NE. If the card is in an equipment
slot, this command is allowed only on the working AID.
The PROTID parameter indicates the unique identifier of the protection group (the protect card).
“NULL” is a special value of the PROTID parameter and indicates absence of a protection group. For
1:1 protection type, RVRTV and RVTM parameters can be changed. For 1:1 protection type, if the
PROTID parameter is entered as “NULL”, the protection group is deleted.
ED-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-2:<CTAG>:::PROTID=NULL;
For 1:N protection type, if the PROTID is “NULL”, the AIDs in the list are removed from the protection
group. If all the working cards are in the AID list, the protection group is deleted.
Example: if Slot-1, Slot-2 and Slot-4 were the only working cards in the protection group. The following
command will remove Slot-4 from the protection group:
ED-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-4:<CTAG>:::PROTID=NULL;
The protection group still has Slot-1 and Slot-2 as working cards.
Following command will remove all the other working cards in the above example and consequently,
delete the protection group itself:
ED-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-2&SLOT-1:<CTAG>:::PROTID=NULL;
In summary, the ED-EQPT command can be successfully executed on an already provisioned card to add
a working card to or remove one from a protection group. This command is not valid on a protect card.
Only cards can be added to or removed from a protection group. Protection type is immutable and is
determined at the time of creation of a protection group (while adding the first working card). Once
provisioned, the equipment type can not be edited either.
Examples of adding an existing card to a protection group via ED-EQPT command:
1:1 protection group
ED-EQPT::SLOT-2:12:::PROTID=SLOT-1,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=9.0;
1:1 protection group
ED-EQPT::SLOT-2:12:::PROTID=SLOT-3,PRTYPE=1-N,RVTM=6.5;
Error conditions for editing 1:1 or 1:N protection group may be:
1.
Editing the PRTYPE or PROTID (non-NULL value) parameters.
2.
Editing RVRTV or RVTM when no protection group exists.
3.
Editing RVRTV for 1:N protection.
4.
Failed to remove, currently switched to protect.
Section
ED-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Provisioning
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ED-EQPT Description (continued)
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
ED-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[PROTID=<PROTID>,]
[PRTYPE=<PRTYPE>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>][:];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<PROTID> is the protecting card slot number of the protection group.
<PROTID> is the AID from the “PRSLOT” section on page 4-8
•
<PRTYPE> is the protection group type; valid values for <PRTYPE> are shown
in the “PROTECTION_GROUP” section on page 4-53
•
<RVRTV> is the revertive mode: valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<RVTM> is the revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
Input Example
ED-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123:::PROTID=SLOT-1,PRTYPE=1-1,RVRTV=Y,
RVTM=9.0;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.25 ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Edit Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192)
(OC192 supported for Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command edits the optical facility protection.
Notes:
1.
This command can be used on both protecting and working AIDs.
2.
If you provision the revertive time under the non-revertive mode, an error will be returned.
Section
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
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ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Input Format
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[PROTID=<PROTID>,]
[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,][PSDIRN=<PSDIRN>][:];
where:
•
<AID> is the facility AID from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<PROTID> is the protection group identifier (protection group name) and is a
string; <PROTID> can have a maximum of 32 characters
•
<RVRTV> identifies a revertive mode; valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in
the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<RVTM> identifies a revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
•
<PSDIRN> identifies the switching mode; valid values for <PSDIRN> are shown
in the “UNI_BI” section on page 4-64
Input Example
ED-FFP-OC3:PETALUMA:FAC-1-1:1:::PROTID=PROT_NAME,RVRTV=Y,
RVTM=1.0,PSDIRN=BI;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.26 ED-G1000: Edit G1000
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command modifies the attributes related to a G1000 port.
Section
ED-EC1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
ED-G1000:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[MFS=<MFS>,][FLOW=<FLOW>]
[:<PST>];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
Example
•
<AID> is the AID facility from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
Valid values for <MFS> are shown in the “MFS_TYPE” section on page 4-43
•
Valid values for <FLOW> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
Valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on page 4-53
Input
ED-G1000:TID:FAC-1-1:CTAG:::MFS=1548,FLOW=ON:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.27 ED-NE-GEN: Edit Network Element GEN
This command edits the general node attributes of the NE.
Notes:
1.
Only the IPADDR, IPMASK, DEFRTR and node name can be modified with this command.
2.
The node name can be a maximum of 20 characters. If the entered name exceeds 20 characters, an
IPNV (Node Name Too Long) error message is returned.
3.
The feature of setting a timing source has been supported since ONS 15454 R3.2.
4.
An existing timing source can be removed by setting the address to 0.0.0.0.
Section
ED-NE-GEN Description
Category
System
Security
Superuser
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
Input Format
ED-NE-GEN:[<TID>]::<CTAG>:::[NAME=<NAME>,][IPADDR=<IPADDR>,]
[IPMASK=<IPMASK>,][DEFRTR=<DEFRTR>,][NTP=<NTP>];
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
<NAME> indicates the node name and is a string
•
<IPADDR> indicates the node IP address and is a string
•
<IPMASK> indicates the node IP mask and is a string
•
<DEFRTR> indicates the node default router and is a string
•
<NTP> indicates the NTP timing source address of the node and is a string
Input Example
ED-NE-GEN:CISCO::123:::NAME=NODENAME,IPADDR=192.168.100.52,
IPMASK=255.255.255.0,DEFRTR=192.168.100.1,NTP=192.168.100.52;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.28 ED-NE-SYNCN: Edit Network Element Synchronization
This command edits the synchronization attributes of the NE.
Notes:
1.
Although mixed mode timing is supported in this release, it is not recommended. See the “Mixed
Mode Timing Support” section on page 1-7 for more information.
2.
The existing external and line modes have the same functionality in all ONS 15454 3.x releases:
External mode: the node derives its timing from the BITS inputs.
Line mode: the node derives its timing from the SONET line(s).
Mixed mode: the node derives its timing from the BITS input or SONET lines.
Section
ED-NE-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-BITS
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
Input Format
ED-NE-SYNCN:[<TID>]::<CTAG>:::[TMMD=<TMMD>,]
[SSMGEN=<SSMGEN>,][QRES=<QRES>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,]
[RVTM=<RVTM>];
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
<TMMD> is the timing mode; valid values for <TMMD> are shown in the
“TIMING_MODE” section on page 4-63. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<SSMGEN> is the SSM message set; valid values for <SSMGEN> are shown
in the “SYNC_GENERATION” section on page 4-60. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
•
<QRES> is the quality of the RES; valid values for <QRES> are shown in the
“SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL” section on page 4-61. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
•
<RVRTV> is the revertive mode; valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<RVTM> is the revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
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Section
ED-NE-SYNCN Description (continued)
Example
Input
ED-NE-SYNCN:CISCO::123:::TMMD=LINE,SSMGEN=GEN1,
QRES=ABOVE-PRS,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=8.0;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.29 ED-PID: Edit Password
This command allows a user to change their own password.
The password cannot be null. It will be echoed as clear text as the message is parsed only after the
complete message is entered and terminated.
Notes:
1.
The password will not appear in the TL1 log on the NE.
2.
You must use the ED-USER-SECU command to change the empty password (Superuser CISCO15
default empty password) to a non-empty, valid password. The ED-PID command cannot be used to
change the empty password to a valid password.
3.
If you use the ED-PID command to change the password while providing an incorrect old password
(including an empty password), both ED-PID and ED-USER-SECU commands will be broken and
cannot be used to edit passwords in the current TL1 session. You must exit the TL1 session and login
again to perform a valid edit password function by using the ED-PID or ED-USER-SECU
commands.
Section
ED-PID Description
Category
Security
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
ED-PID:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<OLDPID>,<NEWPID>;
where:
•
<UID> is the user identifier and is a string; <UID> is any combination of up to
10 alphanumeric characters.
•
<OLDPID> is the old password and is a string; <OLDPID> is any combination
of up to 10 alphanumeric characters. The syntax of <OLDPID> is not checked
for backwards compatibility.
•
<NEWPID> is the user login password and is a string; <NEWPID> is a
minimum of 6, maximum of 10 alphanumeric characters including at least one
digit and one special character (%, #, or +).
Note
CTC allows <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters. The 20 character
CTC-entered <UID> and <PID> are not valid TL1 <UID> and <PID>.
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ED-PID Description (continued)
Input Example
ED-PID:CISCO:UID:123::OLDPID,NEWPID;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.30 ED-SYNCN: Edit Synchronization
This command edits the synchronization reference list used to determine the sources for the NE's
reference clock and the BITS output clock. For each clock, up to three synchronization sources may be
specified (e.g., PRIMARY, SECOND, THIRD).To view or edit the system timing mode, use the
RTRV-NE-SYNCN or ED-NE-SYNCN commands.
Note
To retrieve/set the timing mode, SSM message Set or Quality of RES information, use the
RTRV-NE-SYNCN and ED-NE-SYNCN commands.
Section
ED-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
Input Format
ED-SYNCN:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[PRI=<PRI>,][SEC=<SEC>,]
[THIRD=<THIRD>][:];
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> is the synchronization reference to be modified and is from the
“SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15
•
<PRI> is the primary reference of the synchronization and is the AID from the
“SYN_SRC” section on page 4-14
•
<SEC> is the secondary reference of the synchronization and is the AID from the
“SYN_SRC” section on page 4-14
•
<THIRD> is the third reference of the synchronization and is the AID from the
“SYN_SRC” section on page 4-14
Input Example
ED-SYNCN:BOYES:SYNC-NE:112:::PRI=INTERNAL,SEC=INTERNAL,
THIRD=INTERNAL;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.31 ED-T1: Edit T1 Facility
This command edits the attributes related to a DS1/T1 port.
Notes:
1.
This command is not allowed if the card is a protecting card.
2.
If sending this command to edit TACC and any other attribute(s), and the port having the cross
connection, the (Parameters Not compatible) error message will be returned.
3.
Editing TACC via an ED-xxx command is only allowed when there is no circuit/cross connection
on this port. Otherwise, and error message (VT in Use) will be returned.
4.
TACC creation will also be denied on the protect ports/cards.
Section
ED-T1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
ED-T1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[LINECDE=<LINECDE>,][FMT=<FMT>,]
[LBO=<LBO>,][TACC=<TACC>][:<PST>];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<LINECDE> is the line coding; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“LINE_CODE” section on page 4-42
•
<FMT> is the frame format; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“FRAME_FORMAT” section on page 4-41
•
<LBO> is the line build out; valid values for <LBO> are shown in the
“LINE_BUILDOUT” section on page 4-42
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999. When TACC is 0, the TAP is
deleted; <TACC> is an integer.
•
<PST> is the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53
Input Example
ED-T1:CISCO:FAC-2-1:1223:::LINECDE=AMI,FMT=ESF,LBO=0-131,
TACC=8:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.32 ED-T3: Edit T3 Facility
This command edits the attributes related to a DS3/T3 port.
Notes:
1.
This command is not allowed if the card is a protecting card.
2.
Both FMT and Line code are not supported for T3/DS3 facility. They are supported on both the
DS3XM and DS3E card. The unframed value of the framing format is only supported on the DS3E
facility.
3.
If sending this command to edit TACC and any other attribute(s), and the port having the cross
connection, the (Parameters Not compatible) error message will be returned.
4.
Editing TACC via an ED-xxx command is only allowed when there is no circuit/cross connection
on the port and the port/VT does not have a TAP. Otherwise, an error message (VT in Use) will be
returned.
5.
TACC creation will also be denied on the protect ports/cards.
Section
ED-T3 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
RST-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
ED-T3:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[FMT=<FMT>,][LINECDE=<LINECDE>,]
[LBO=<LBO>,][TACC=<TACC>][:<PST>];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is the facility AID from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<FMT> is the frame format and the unframed value of the framing format is only
supported for the DS3E; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“DS_LINE_TYPE” section on page 4-36
•
<LBO> is the line buildout; valid values for <LBO> are shown in the “E_LBO”
section on page 4-36
•
<LINECDE> is the line code; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“DS_LINE_CODE” section on page 4-35
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999. When TACC is 0, the TAP is
deleted; <TACC> is an integer
•
<PST> is the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53
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ED-T3 Description (continued)
Example
Input
ED-T3:CISCO:FAC-1-2:123:::FMT=C-BIT,LINECDE=B3ZS,LBO=0-225,
TACC=8:IS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.33 ED-USER-SECU: Edit User Security
This command edits a user's privileges, password, or ID. Only a Superuser may perform this operation.
Privilege levels are described in the ENT-USER-SECU command. If the password is changed with this
command, the password should be blanked out in the TL1 log.
Notes:
1.
The <UID> can be any combination of up to 10 alphanumeric characters.
2.
The <PID> is a string of up to 10 characters where at least 2 are non-alphabetic with at least one
special character (+, %, or #).
3.
Although the CTC allows both <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters, the CTC-entered users
(<UID>, <PID>) are not valid TL1 users.
4.
This command is now backwards compatible according to the following rules:
a. The syntax of <NEWPID> is checked and must meet TL1 standards.
b. If the <NEWPID> is specified, the syntax is checked and must meet TL1 standards.
c. The syntax of <UID> is not checked.
d. Old users can change their password without changing their userid, but the new password must
meet the new requirements.
e. The <NEWPID> is required when changing the <USERID>.
Currently, when <NEWUID> is specified, <NEWPID> is not optional; however, it is possible to change
a userid without changing the password by providing the same password. Users are not allowed to keep
their old password if the old password does not meet the new syntax requirements; for example,
<USERID> = DODI2345
<PASSWORD> = DODI#234 /*PASSWORD ALREADY MEETS REQUIREMENTS*/
> ED-USER-SECU::DODI2345:1::DODI3456,DODI#234,,PROV;
ED-USER-SECU::DODI2345:1::DODI3456,DODI#234,,PROV;
BRONCOS4 1970-01-02 13:15:35
M 1 COMPLD
;
<NEWUSERID> = DODI3456
<PASSWORD> = DODI#234
<USERID> = CISCO40
<PASSWORD> = CISCO40 /*PASSWORD DOES NOT MEET REQUIREMENTS*/
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> ED-USER-SECU::CISCO40:1::CISCO40,,PROV;
ED-USER-SECU::CISCO40:1::CISCO40,,PROV;
BRONCOS4 1970-01-02 13:14:24
M 1 DENY
IIFM
/* INVALID PASSWORD */
;
5.
You must use the ED-USER-SECU command to change the empty password (Superuser CISCO15
default empty password) to a non-empty, valid password. The ED-PID command cannot be used to
change the empty password to a valid password.
6.
If you use the ED-PID command to change the password while providing an incorrect old password
(including an empty password), both ED-PID and ED-USER-SECU commands will be broken and
cannot be used to edit passwords in the current TL1 session. You must exit the TL1 session and login
again to perform a valid edit password function by using the ED-PID or ED-USER-SECU
commands.
Section
ED-USER-SECU Description
Category
Security
Security
Superuser
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ENT-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
ED-USER-SECU:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::[<NEWUID>],[<NEWPID>],,
[<UAP>][:];
where:
•
<UID> is the user identifier and is a string. The minimum <UID> size is 6, the
maximum UID size is 10; <UID> is a string.
•
<NEWUID> is the new user identifier and is a string. The minimum <UID> size
is 6, the maximum PID size is 10; <UID> is a string.
•
<NEWPID> is the user login password and is a string; <NEWPID> is a
minimum of 6, maximum of 10 alphanumeric characters including at least one
digit and one special character (%, #, or +).
•
<UAP> is the user access privilege; valid values for <UAP> are shown in the
“PRIVILEGE” section on page 4-52
Note
CTC allows <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters. The 20 character
CTC-entered <UID> and <PID> are not valid TL1 <UID> and <PID>.
Input Example
ED-USER-SECU:PETALUMA:CISCO15:123::NEWUID,NEWPID,,MAINT;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.34 ED-VT1: Edit Virtual Tributary
This command edits the attributes associated with a VT1 path.
Both RVRTV and RVTM parameters only apply to UPSR.
The TACC parameter edits an existing single STS or VT and changes it to a test access path. When an
editing command on TACC is executed, it assigns the STS for the first 2-way connection and STS=1 as
the second 2-way connection.
Error conditions:
1.
Sending this command to edit RVRTV or RVTM for the non UPSR VT path, an error message will
be returned.
2.
If sending this command to edit both TACC and any other attribute(s), the (Parameters Not
compatible) error message will be returned.
3.
This command is only allowed whenever there are no circuits/cross connections (no UPSR
connections) on that AID.
4.
If sending this command to edit TACC on an AID with circuits or cross connections, or if the
port/VT has a TAP, an error message (VT in Use) will be returned.
5.
TACC creation will also be denied on the protect ports/cards.
Section
ED-VT1 Description
Category
STS and VT Paths
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ED-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH
RTRV-VT1
Input Format
ED-VT1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:::[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,]
[TACC=<TACC>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17 and must
not be null
•
<RVRTV> identifies a revertive mode which only applies to UPSR; valid values
for <RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51 and <RVRTV>
is optional
•
Valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on
page 4-55
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access path with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999. When TACC is 0, the TAP is
deleted. <TACC> is an integer.
Input Example
ED-VT1:CISCO:VT1-2-3-1-4:123:::RVRTV=Y,RVTM=1.0,TACC=8;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.35 ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Enter Cross Connection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command creates an STS cross connection with a cross connection type (CCT).
When a UPSR cross connection is created, the path presented by the first AID is configured to be the
preferred path. For example, the AID (f1) of the cross connection (created by
ENT-CRS-STS1::f1&f2,t1:123;) is the preferred path.
Notes:
1.
The default cross connection type is 2WAY.
2.
If a path is already in a connection, it cannot be in another connection even if the other is a 1WAY
and the new one will be 1WAY the other direction.
3.
This command does not support creating multiple STS cross connections.
4.
The UPSR cross STS connection can be created by using “&” in the AID fields of this command.
The following command is used to create a 1WAY selector or 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
ENT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
The following command is used to create a 1WAY bridge or 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
ENT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1,t1&t2:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
The following command is used to create a 1WAY subtending UPSR connection or 2WAY
subtending UPSR connection with:
from point: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
ENT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1&t2:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
The following command is used to create a 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from point: f1,f2 (f1 is the working side, f2 is the protect side)
nbsp;selector points: s1, s2 (s1 is the working side, s2 is the protect side)
ENT-CRS-{STS_PATH}:[<]:f1&f2,s1&s2:::2WAY;
5.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid.
6.
To establish a cross connection on a 2F protection path or on a 4F protection channel, the PCA
connection type (1WAYPCA or 2WAYPCA) is required.
7.
If you send a PCA cross connection type on the non-PCA AIDs, the IIAC error message is returned.
8.
If you send a non-PCA cross connection type on the PCA AIDs, the IIAC error message is returned.
9.
The facility AID is only valid on slots holding a G1000-4 card (ONS 15454).
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Section
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
Cross Connections
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
Input Format
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<FROM>,<TO>:<CTAG>::[<CCT>][::];
where:
•
<FROM> indicates an identifier at one end of the STS cross connection and is
the AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7
•
<TO> indicates an identifier at the other end of the STS cross connection and is
the AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7
•
<CCT> identifies the cross connection type; valid values for <CCT> are shown
in the “CCT” section on page 4-23
Note
A facility AID of FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4} is allowed as the <FROM> or
<TO> portions of the cross connect for a G1000-4 card (ONS 15454). For
UPSR cross connections, the FAC aid should not be used in conjunction with
the “&” syntax, so <FROM> or <TO> AIDs such as “STS-1-1&FAC-5-1” or
“FAC-1-1&FAC-2-1” or “FAC-3-1&STS-2-1” should not be used. However,
if the <FROM> or <TO> AID uses multiple STS aids, then the other AID of
the cross connection can be a single FAC AID and
“STS-1-1&STS-2-1,FAC-5-1” and “FAC-5-1,STS-1-1&STS-2-1” are
allowed.
Input Example
ENT-CRS-STS1:BODEGA:STS-5-1,STS-12-5:116::2WAY;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.36 ENT-CRS-VT1: Enter Virtual Tributary Cross Connection
This command creates a VT1 cross connect. When a UPSR cross connection is created, the path
presented by the first AID is configured to be the preferred path. For example, the first AID (f1) of the
cross connection (created by ENT-CRS-VT1::f1&f2,t1:123;) is the preferred path.
Notes:
1.
The default cross connection type is 2WAY.
2.
If a path is already in a connection, it cannot be in another connection even if the other is a 1WAY
and the new one will be 1WAY the other direction.
3.
This command does not support creating multiple VT cross connections.
4.
The UPSR VT cross connection can be created by using “&” in the AID fields of this command.
The following command is used to create a 1WAY selector or 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
ENT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
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The following command is used to create a 1WAY bridge or 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
ENT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1,t1&t2:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
The following command is used to create a 1WAY subtending UPSR connection or 2WAY
subtending UPSR connection with:
from point: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
ENT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:f1&f2,t1&t2:<CTAG>::[<CCT>];
The following command is used to create a 2WAY selector and bridge with:
from points: f1, f2 (f1 is the working side, f2 is the protect side)
selector points: s1, s2 (s1 is the working side, s2 is the protect side)
ENT-CRS-VT1:[<]:f1&f2,s1&s2:::2-way;
5.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid.
6.
To establish a cross connection on a 2F protection path or on a 4F protection channel, the PCA
connection type (1WAYPCA or 2WAYPCA) is required.
7.
If you send a PCA cross connection type on the non-PCA AIDs, an IIAC error message is returned.
8.
If you send a non-PCA cross connection type on the PCA AIDs, an IIAC error message is returned.
Section
ENT-CRS-VT1 Description
Category
Cross Connections
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-CRS-VT1
Input Format
ENT-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:<FROM>,<TO>:<CTAG>::[<CCT>][::];
where:
Example
•
<FROM> indicates an identifier at one end of the VT cross connection and is the
AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
<TO> indicates an identifier at the other end of the VT cross connection and is
the AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
<CCT> identifies the cross connection type; valid values for <CCT> are shown
in the “CCT” section on page 4-23
Input
ENT-CRS-VT1:CISCO:VT1-2-3-7-2,VT1-4-4-5-2:1234::1WAY;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.37 ENT-EQPT: Enter Equipment
This command enters the card type and attributes for a given equipment slot in the NE. It also
automatically enters all facilities supported by the card, assigning default values to all facility and path
attributes.
The command supports optional parameters: RVTM (revertive time), RVRTV (revertive behavior),
PROTID (unique protection id) and PRTYPE (protection type) for configuring the card in an equipment
protection group. PRTYPE can be 1:1 and 1:N. These parameters can only be entered for a working AID.
The protect card must already be provisioned before creating the protection group.
1:1 protection involves the odd slot protecting the even slot. The work-protect pair is as follows (2-1,
4-3, 6-5, 16-17, 14-15, 12-13). DS1, DS3, DS3XM, DS3N, DS3E, EC1 and other electrical cards support
1:1 protection. The value of PROTID is the protecting slot and is of the form “slot-x”. This command
creates a 1:1 protection group. If the command has the optional parameters for creating a protection
group and the protection group cannot be created due to an error condition, provisioning of the
equipment fails.
The PROTID slot must be provisioned first.
To create 1:1 with the ENT-EQPT command, the working card should not be provisioned first, so the
AID type field should be presented in ENT-EQPT for the AID on this <AID>.
The following is an example for a 1:1 protection group:
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-1:<CTAG>::DS1;
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-2:<CTAG>::DS1:PROTID=SLOT-1,PRTYPE=1-1,RVTM=5.0,
RVRTV=Y;
1:N protection is always revertive. For 1:N protection, the protect slot can only be Slot 3 or Slot 15. For
protect card in Slot 3, the working cards can be in any of the slots on Bank A. Slot 15 is for protection
in Bank B. A DSXN (DS1N or DS3N) card must be provisioned in the protect slot. A 1:1 protection
cannot be upgraded to 1:N protection. This command creates a 1:N protection group or adds a new card
to an existing 1:N protection group. Multiple working AIDs can be entered in a protection group.
The following is an example of provisioning a 1:N protection group with the ENT-EQPT command:
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-3:<CTAG>::DS1N;
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-2&SLOT-1:<CTAG>::DS1:PROTID=SLOT-3,PRTYPE=1-N;
The following is an example of provisioning a 1:N protection group with the ED-EQPT command:
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-1&SLOT-2:<CTAG>::DS1;
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-3:<CTAG>::DS1N;
ED-EQPT:[<TID>]:SLOT-2&SLOT-1:<CTAG>:::PROTID=SLOT-1,PRTYPE=1-N;
If the provisioning fails for some AIDs, PRTL responses will be provided indicating failed AIDs. If the
provisioning fails for all the AIDs, a DENY response will be provided. For both CMPLD and PRTL
responses on creating protection group query, the protection group has been created for the successful
AID(s) query.
The following is an example for 1:N protection. RVRTV parameter is not valid for 1:N protection.
ENT-EQPT:[<TID]>:SLOT-2:<CTAG>:::PROTID=SLOT-3,PRTYPE=1-N,RVTM=5.0;
Both ENT-EQPT and ED-EQPT commands can provision all working AIDs (1-5) together for 1:N by
using listed AIDs.
The ENT-EQPT command provisions a new card and adds it to the protection group. The ED-EQPT
command adds the already provisioned cards to the protection group.
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Protect AID should already be provisioned for either command because protection group parameters are
not supported for the protect AID.
In summary, the ENT-EQPT command provisions an equipment successfully on an empty slot if the
equipment type is compatible with the slot number. This command can have the optional parameters in
the “f” block to provision a card as working card. It has the effect of adding the protection behavior at
the time of provisioning itself. For the protection provisioning to succeed, the protect card should have
already been provisioned. Trying to execute ENT-EQPT to provision a protection group on an already
provisioned card will result in an error.
An example to provision a 1:1 protection group:
ENT-EQPT::SLOT-1:12::DS3;// provision the protect card
ENT-EQPT::SLOT-2:12::DS3:PROTID=SLOT-1,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=8.0; //provision a card and add it
to the protection group.
An example to provision a 1:N protection group:
ENT-EQPT::SLOT-3:12::DS3N;//provision the protect card
ENT-EQPT::SLOT-1:12::DS3:PROTID=SLOT-3,RVTM=7.5,PRTYPE=1-N;//provision a card and add
it to protection group.
Sending this command to provision a DS3NE card on Slot {1,2,4,5,6,12,13,14,16,or 17}, the DS3E card
type is presented.
Error conditions for creating 1:1 or 1:N protection groups are:
1.
AID sent to non-working slot. The working cards must be in even slots for 1:1 and in the same bank
for 1:N and not in Slot 3 or Slot 15 (ONS 15454).
2.
Invalid AID chosen for protection slot.
3.
Working AID is already in protection group.
4.
AID is a protect AID.
5.
The protect card has a circuit.
6.
The equipment type does not match with the allowed AID.
7.
The slot is already provisioned.
8.
The protecting slot is not provisioned.
9.
Multiple working AIDs for 1:1 protection.
Section
ENT-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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ENT-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Format
ENT-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<AIDTYPE>]:[PROTID=<PROTID>,]
[PRTYPE=<PRTYPE>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>][:];
where:
Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<AIDTYPE> is the AID card type; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown in
the “EQUIPMENT_TYPE” section on page 4-40
•
<PROTID> is the protecting card slot identifier of the protection group and is
the AID from the “PRSLOT” section on page 4-8
•
<PRTYPE> is the protection group type; valid values for <PRTYPE> are shown
in the “PROTECTION_GROUP” section on page 4-53
•
<RVRTV> is the revertive mode; valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<RVTM> is the revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
Input
ENT-EQPT:PETALUMA:SLOT-12:118::DS1:PROTID=SLOT-13,PRTYPE=1-1,
RVRTV=Y,RVTM=8.5:;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.38 ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Enter Facilities Protection Group (OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command creates an optical 1+1 protection.
Notes:
1.
Protect AID must not be provisioned with traffic.
2.
Work AID can be provisioned with traffic.
3.
PROTID is a string and can have a maximum length of 32 characters.
Section
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
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Section
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Input Format
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<WORK>,<PROTECT>:<CTAG>:::
[PROTID=<PROTID>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,]
[PSDIRN=<PSDIRN>][:];
where:
•
<WORK> identifies a working port and is the AID from the “FACILITY” section
on page 4-11
•
<PROTECT> identifies a protection port and is the AID from the “FACILITY”
section on page 4-11
•
<PROTID> is the protection group identifier (protection group name);
<PROTID> defaults to the protecting port of the protection group, it is a string
and can have a maximum length of 32 characters. <PROTID> is a string.
•
<RVRTV> identifies the revertive mode and defaults to N (non-revertive mode);
valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
•
<RVTM> identifies the revertive time and defaults to 5.0 minutes; valid values
for <RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55
•
<PSDIRN> identifies the switching mode and defaults to UNI; valid values for
<PSDIRN> are shown in the “UNI_BI” section on page 4-64
Input Example
ENT-FFP-OC3:PETALUMA:FAC-2-1,FAC-1-1:1:::PROTID=PROT_NAME,
RVRTV=Y,RVTM=1.0,PSDIRN=BI;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.39 ENT-USER-SECU: Enter User Security
This command adds a user account. Only a Superuser can do this. Each user is configured as being at
one of these four privilege levels:
1.
Retrieve [RTRV]: Users possessing this security level can retrieve information from the node, but
cannot modify anything. The idle time for Retrieve is unlimited.
2.
Maintenance [MAINT]: Users possessing this security level can retrieve information from the node
and perform limited maintenance operations such as card resets, Manual/Force/Lockout on
cross-connects or in protection groups, and BLSR ring maintenance. The idle time for Maintenance
is 60 minutes.
3.
Provisioning [PROV]: Users possessing this security level can perform all maintenance actions, and
all provisioning actions except those restricted to superusers. The idle time for Provisioning is 30
minutes.
4.
Superuser [SUPER]: Users possessing this security level can perform all PROV user actions, plus
creating/deleting user security profiles, setting basic system parameters such as time/date, node
name, and IP address, doing database backup & restore. The idle time for Superuser is 15 minutes.
Notes:
1.
The <UID> can be any combination of up to 10 alphanumeric characters.
2.
The <PID> is a string of up to 10 characters where at least 2 characters are non-alphabetic with at
least one special character (*, %, or #).
3.
Although the CTC allows both <UID> and <PID> of up to 20 characters, the CTC-entered users
(<UID> and <PID>) may not be valid TL1 users.
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4.
The TL1 password security is enforced with the following rules:
a. The username <UID> must not be the same as the password (<PID>).
b. The password <PID> must have one non-alphabetic and one special (*, %, or #) character.
c. There is no password <PID> toggling.
Section
ENT-USER-SECU Description
Category
Security
Security
Superuser
Related
Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
REPT EVT SECU
Input Format
ENT-USER-SECU:[<TID>]:<UID>:<CTAG>::<PID>,,<UAP>[:];
where:
•
<UID> is the user identifier. The minimum <UID> size is 6, the maximum
<UID> size is 10; <UID> is a string.
•
<PID> is the user login password. The minimum <PID> size is 6, the maximum
<PID> size is 10; <PID> is a string.
•
<UAP> is the user access privilege value; valid values for <UAP> are shown in
the “PRIVILEGE” section on page 4-52
Input Example
ENT-USER-SECU:PETALUMA:CISCO15:123::PSWD,,MAINT;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.40 EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>: Operate Protection Switch (OC12, OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs an NE to exercise the algorithm for switching from a working facility to a
protection facility without actually performing a switch. It is assumed that the facility being exercised
is the working unit. The exercise switching success or failure result will be indicated by an automatic
alarm.
Exercise switch for the SONET protection line is not supported in this release. If sending this command
to the protection unit, an error message will be returned. In addition to all normal INPUT, EQUIPAGE,
PRIVILEGE error codes, the following error codes are also included in this command:
SNVS (Status, Not in Valid State)
SROF (Status, Requested Operation Failed)
SSRD (Status, Switch Request Denied)
Section
EX-SW-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Maintenance
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EX-SW-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
Input Format
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<ST>];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the facility in the NE to which the switch request is directed.
<AID> is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11. <AID> must not be null.
•
<ST> is the BLSR switch type. the switch type is optional and for BLSR
protection switch only. <ST> defaults to RING switch type and valid values are
shown in the “SWITCH_TYPE” section on page 4-59. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
Input Example
EX-SW-OC48:CISCO:FAC-12-1:123::SPAN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.41 INH-MSG-ALL: Inhibit Message All
This command instructs the NE to enter a mode in which all REPT ALM and REPT EVT autonomous
messages are prevented from being transmitted. See the ALW-MSG-ALL to resume these autonomous
messages. When a TL1 session starts, the REPT ALM and REPT EVT messages are allowed by default.
Note
If this command is used twice in the same session, the SAIN (Already Inhibited) error message will be
reported.
Section
INH-MSG-ALL Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
Input Format
INH-MSG-ALL:[<TID>]::<CTAG>[::,,];
Input Example
INH-MSG-ALL:PETALUMA::550;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
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3.5.42 INH-MSG-DBCHG: Inhibit Database Change Message
This command disables REPT DBCHG.
Section
INH-MSG-DBCHG Description
Category
Log
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-DBCHG
REPT DBCHG
RTRV-LOG
Input Format
INH-MSG-DBCHG:[<TID>]::<CTAG>[::,,];
Input Example
INH-MSG-DBCHG:CISCO::123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.43 INH-SWDX-EQPT: Inhibit Switch Duplex Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to inhibit automatic or manual switching on a system containing duplex
equipment. Use the ALW-SWDX command to release the inhibit. This command is not used for SONET
line protection switching. For SONET line/path protection switching commands, use the
OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands. This command is not used for 1:1 and 1:N equipment
protection switching, use ALW-SWTOPROTN, ALW-SWTOWKG, INH-SWTOPROTN,
INH-SWTOWKG commands.
Notes:
1.
This command is applied for XC or XCVT equipment units only in this release.
2.
When sending this command to a TCC+ card, an error message will occur because the NE treats the
TCC+ as a non-revertive protection group without user control.
Section
INH-SWDX-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
INH-SWDX-EQPT:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the XC/XCVT equipment AID (Slot 8 or Slot 10) from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11
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INH-SWDX-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Example
INH-SWDX-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-1:1234;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.44 INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT: Inhibit Switch to Protection Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to inhibit automatic or manual switching of an equipment unit to
protection. Use the ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT command to release the inhibit.
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM and EC1 cards).
DS1 and DS3 cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1
equipment protection. When performing a lockout with this command, the traffic will be switched from
the unit specified by the AID, unless the working unit being protected has failed or is missing. When
performing a lock on with this command and the working unit specified in the AID is in standby, sending
this command will also initiate a traffic switch. When traffic is locked on a working unit or locked out
of the protection unit with this command, the protection unit will not carry traffic, even if the working
unit is pulled from the system.
Sending this command to a working unit in a 1:N protection group does not prevent a protection switch
from another working unit in the same protection group. All the working units must be sent this
command to prevent a protection switch. If the command is sent only to a subset of the working units,
only those working units will have traffic locked on.
The inhibit state is persistent over TCC+ side switches and removal/reboot of all the units in the
protection group. The inhibit state can, but does not have to be persistent over a complete power cycle
of the NE.
The unit specified by the AID will raise the condition of INHSWPR when this command is sent.
Notes:
1.
This command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. A command with any other
value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error
message should be responsed.
2.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will receive an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
3.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will receive an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use the OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
4.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message should be received.
5.
If this command is used on a card that is already in the inhibit state, the SAIN (Status, Already
Inhibited) error message should be received.
6.
If sending the inhibit switch to protection command to a working card when the protect card in the
same protection group has already raised the condition of INHSWWKG, the SPLD (Status,
Protection unit Locked) error message should be responsed.
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7.
If sending the inhibit switch to protection command to the protect card when a working card in the
same protection group has already raised the condition of INHSWWKG, the SWLD (Status,
Working unit Locked) error message should be responsed.
8.
Sending the inhibit switch to protection command to an active protect card when the peer working
card is failed or missing, the SWFA (Status, Working unit Failed) error message should be
responsed.
9.
The following situation(s) are allowed and will not generate any error response: sending this
command to missing cards as long as none of the previous error conditions apply.
Section
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
Input Format
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<DIRN>];
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> This parameter can either be the working unit for which switching to
protection is inhibited (lock on) or the protection unit for which carrying traffic
is to be inhibited (lockout); <AID> is from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<DIRN> is the direction of the switching. The command only supports one value
of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This parameter defaults to BTH; valid values
for <DIRN> are shown in the DIRECTION, page 35
Input Example
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123::BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.45 INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT: Inhibit Switch to Working Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to inhibit automatic or manual switching of an equipment unit back to
the working unit. Use the ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT command to release the inhibit.
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM and EC1 cards).
DS1 and DS3 cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1
equipment protection. When performing a lock-out with this command, the traffic will be switched from
the unit specified by the AID, unless the protection unit has failed or is missing. When performing a
lock-on with this command and the protection unit specified in the AID is in standby, sending this
command will initiate a traffic switch only when there is one working card in the protection group. In
the case where there is more than one working card in the protection group, an error will be generated
(see error conditions below). When traffic is locked on the protection unit or locked out of a working
unit with this command, the working unit will not carry traffic, even if the protection unit is pulled from
the system.
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The inhibit state is persistent over TCC+ side switches and removal/reboot of all the units in the
protection group. The inhibit state can but does not have to be persistent over a complete power cycle of
the NE.
The unit specified by the AID will raise the condition of INHSWWKG when this command is sent.
Notes:
1.
The command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. A command with any other
value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid) error
message should be responsed.
2.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will receive an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
3.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will receive an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use the OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
4.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message should be received.
5.
If this command is used on a card that is already in the inhibit state, the SAIN (Status, Already
Inhibited) error message should be received.
6.
If sending this command to a working card when the protect card in the same protection group has
already raised the condition of INHSWPR, the SPLD (Status, Protection unit Locked) error message
should be received.
7.
If sending the INH-SWTOWKG command to a protect card when a working card in the same
protection group has already raised the condition of INHSWPR, the SWLD (Status, Working unit
Locked) error message should be responsed.
8.
If sending the INH-SWTOWKG command to an active working card when the protect card has failed
or is missing, the SPFA (Status, Protection unit Failed) error message should be received.
9.
If sending the INH-SWTOWKG command to an active working card when the protect card is
already carrying traffic (this only occurs in a 1:N protection group with N greater than one), the
SPAC (Status, Protection unit Active) error message should be received.
10. The following situation is allowed and will not generate any error response: Sending this command
to missing cards as long as none of the previous error conditions apply.
Section
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Format
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<DIRN>];
where:
•
<AID> This parameter can either be the protection unit for which switching back
to working is inhibited (lock-on) or the working unit for which carrying traffic is
to be inhibited (lockout); <AID> is from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<DIRN> is the direction of the switching. The command only supports one value
of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This parameter defaults to BTH; valid values
for <DIRN> are shown in the DIRECTION, page 35
Input Example
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123::BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.46 INIT-REG-<MOD2>: Initialize Register (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192,
STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, EC1, OC192 and STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command initializes the performance monitoring (PM) registers.
Notes:
1.
The time period is always the current time period, and the previous time period counts are not
cleared; therefore, both <MONDAT> and <MONTM> are not supported in this command.
Section
INIT-REG-<MOD2> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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INIT-REG-<MOD2> Description (continued)
Input Format
INIT-REG-<MOD2>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::,,[<LOCN>],[<DIRN>],
[<TMPER>][,,];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier. All the STS, VT1, facility and DS1 AIDs are
supported; <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<LOCN> indicates the location, in reference to the entity identified by the AID,
from which the PM value is being retrieved; valid values for <LOCN> are shown
in the “LOCATION” section on page 4-42
•
<DIRN> is the direction of PM relative to the entity identified by the AID.
<DIRN> defaults to ALL, which means that the command initializes all the
registers irrespective of the PM direction. Valid values for <DIRN> are shown
in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35.
•
<TMPER> indicates the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid
values for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63. A null
value of <TMPER> defaults to 15-MIN. The default value is 15-MIN.
Input Example
INIT-REG-OC3:CISCO:FAC-1-1:1234::,,NEND,BTH,15-MIN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.47 INIT-SYS: Initialize System
This command instructs the NE to initialize the specified card and its associated subsystem(s).
Notes:
1.
The SLOT-ALL AID and the list AID are not allowed in this command.
2.
Only one level of restart is supported in this command.
3.
It is important that the standby TCC+ should be up and running fully standby before this command
is sent on the active TCC+ for a period of time. During this time, the system is vulnerable to traffic
outages caused by timing disruptions or other causes.
Section
INIT-SYS Description
Category
System
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
RTRV-HDR
Input Format
INIT-SYS:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::];
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier of the equipment unit or slot and is from the
“EQPT” section on page 4-11
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INIT-SYS Description (continued)
Input Example
INIT-SYS:HOTWATER:SLOT-8:201;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.48 OPR-EXT-CONT: Operate External Control
This command operates an external control and closes the external control contact.
Notes:
1.
The duration has one value in this release: CONTS, Continuous duration
2.
In an automatic state, the contact could be opened or closed depending on the provisioned trigger.
3.
RLS-EXT-CONT changes the state to automatic. Therefore, issuing an OPR-EXT-CONT command
when the control is manually open and then issuing a RLS-EXT-CONT will not revert the state back
to Manual Open.
4.
A NULL value for the duration parameter defaults to CONTS.
Section
OPR-EXT-CONT Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
Input Format
OPR-EXT-CONT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<CONTTYPE>],[<DURATION>];
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must
not be null
•
<CONTTYPE> is the type of control; valid values for <CONTTYPE> are shown
in the “CONTTYPE” section on page 4-34
•
Valid values for <DUR> are shown in the “DURATION” section on page 4-36.
A null value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
OPR-EXT-CONT:CISCO:ENV-OUT-2:123::AIRCOND,CONTS;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.49 OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>: Operate Loopback (DS1, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192, T1, T3)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command operates a signal loopback on an I/O card.
Notes:
1.
The optional [<LPBKTYPE>] defaults to FACILITY in this command.
2.
The TERMINAL loopback type is not supported for the DS1 line of a DS3XM card.
Section
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO> Description
Category
Testing
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
Input Format
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::,,,[<LPBKTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier. The <AID> is only supported for FACILITY and
DS1; <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<LPBKTYPE> indicates the loopback type; valid values for <LPBKTYPE> are
shown in the “LPBK_TYPE” section on page 4-43
Input Example
OPR-LPBK-DS1:PTREYES:DS1-4-2-13:203::,,,FACILITY;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.50 OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>: Operate Protection Switch (OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to initiate a SONET line protection switch request. User switch requests
initiated with this command remain active until they are released via the RLS-PROTNSW-OCN
command or are overridden by a higher priority protection switch request.
The switch commands; MAN (Manual Switch), FRCD (Forced Switch) and LOCKOUT (Lockout) are
supported by the ONS 15454.
Manual Switch of Protection Line (to Working Line). If the AID identifies the protection line, then (only
in the 1+1 architecture) service will be transferred from the protection line to the working line, unless a
request of equal or higher priority is in effect.
Manual Switch of Working Line (to Protection Line). If the AID identifies a working line, then service
will be switched from the working line to the protection line unless a request of equal or higher priority
is in effect.
Force Switch of Protection Line (to Working Line). If the AID identifies the protection line, then (only
in the 1+1 architecture) service will be transferred from the protection line to the working line unless a
request of equal or higher priority is in effect.
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Force Switch of Working Line (to Protection Line). If the AID identifies a working line, then service
will be transferred from the working line to the protection line unless a request of equal or higher priority
is in effect. A lockout of protection and a signal fail of protection line have higher priority than this
switch command.
Lockout of Protection Line. If the AID identifies the protection line, this switch command will prevent
the working line from switching to protection line. If the working line is already on protection, then the
working line will be switched back to its original working line.
Lockout of Protection Line. If the AID identifies protection line, this switch command will prevent the
working line from switching to protection line. If the working line is already on protection, then the
working line will be switched back from protection line to its original working line.
Notes:
1.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A query on a
common control card will generate an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
this command on the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and
ALW-SWDX-EQPT commands.
2.
Sending this command on non-SONET (OCN) cards, an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error
message should be received. To query on a non-SONET card switching command, use the
ALW-SWTOPROTN/SWTOWKG-EQPT and INH-SWTOPROTN/SWTOWKG-EQPT commands.
3.
When sending this command to query on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status,
Not in Valid State) error message should be received.
4.
When sending this command to a working card that is failed or missing, the SWFA (Status, Working
unit Failed) error message should be received.
5.
When sending this command to a protect card that is failed or missing, the SPFA (Status, Protection
unit Failed) error message should be received.
6.
When sending this command to a card that is already in protection with a higher priority, the SSRD
(Status, Switch Request Denied) error message should be received.
7.
Sending this command to an OCN line with a switching mode that is already in mode, will return a
SAMS (Already in the Maintenance State) error message.
8.
To get the protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL commands.
9.
Sending the OPR-PROTNSW-OCN command with Manual (or Force) switch over the BLSR line
and the BLSR ring has already been in a higher switching state Force (or Lockout Span), the
command returns the COMPLD without any standing switching condition, for example,
MANUAL-REQ-RING, or FORCED REQ-RING, SC. This means the switching request is
preempted. CTC shows this end as APS-CLEAR state.
10. Sending the OPR-PROTNSW-OCN command with Force (or Lockout Span) switch over the BLSR
line (near end) and the BLSR (far end) has already been in a lower switching state, Manual (or
Force), the command returns the COMPLD with proper standing switching events on the command
sent to the near end. The far end (that used to be the lower switch state) sends out the switch clear
events, for example, MANUAL-REQ-RING, or FORCED-REQ-RING, CL. This means the lower
state end is preempted. CTC shows the low state end as APS-CLEAR.
Section
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Maintenance
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OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
Input Format
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::<SC>,[<ST>];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the facility in the NE to which the switch request is directed
and is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<SC> is the switch command on the facility; valid values for <SC> are shown
in the “SWITCH” section on page 4-59
•
<ST> is the BLSR switch type. The switch type is optional, and for BLSR
protection switch only. <ST> defaults to RING switch type and valid values are
shown in the “SWITCH_TYPE” section on page 4-59
Input Example
OPR-PROTNSW-OC48:CHICKALUMA:FAC-6-1:204::LOCKOUT,SPAN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.51 OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>: Operate Protection Switch (STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to initiate a SONET path protection (UPSR) switch request. User
switch requests initiated with this command (forced switch, lockout, and manual switch) remain active
until they are released through the RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH> command or overridden by a higher
priority protection switch request.
Notes:
1.
This command applies to UPSR configuration only.
2.
The VTAID should be working or protect AID only.
3.
If you send this command on the Drop AID, a DENY (Invalid AID, should use working/protect AID)
message will be returned.
4.
To get the protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL commands.
Section
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
UPSR Switching
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
REPT SW
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
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OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH> Description (continued)
Input Format
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::<SC>[:];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity in the NE to which the switch request is directed and
is from the “STS” section on page 4-12
•
<SC> is the switch command that is to be initiated on the paths; valid values for
<SC> are shown in the “SWITCH” section on page 4-59
Input Example
OPR-PROTNSW-STS1:CISCO:STS-2-1:123::MAN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.52 OPR-PROTNSW-VT1: Operate Virtual Tributary Protection Switch
This command instructs a SONET NE to initiate a SONET path protection (UPSR) switch request. User
switch requests initiated with this command (forced switch, lockout, and manual switch) remain active
until they are released through the RLS-PROTNSW-VT1 command or overridden by a higher priority
protection switch request.
Notes:
1.
This command applies to UPSR configuration only.
2.
The VTAID should be working or protect AID only.
3.
If you send this command on the Drop AID, a DENY (Invalid AID, should use working/protect AID)
message will be returned.
4.
To get protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL commands.
Section
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1 Description
Category
UPSR Switching
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
REPT SW
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
Input Format
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::<SC>[:];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity in the NE to which the switch request is directed and
is from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
<SC> is the switch command that is to be initiated on the paths; valid values for
<SC> are shown in the “SWITCH” section on page 4-59
Input Example
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1:CISCO:VT1-5-2-4-1:123::MAN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.53 OPR-SYNCNSW: Operate Synchronization Switch
This command forces the NE to switch to the reference specified by the synchronization reference
number if the reference supplied is valid, otherwise the command will fail.
The Operate Synchronization Switches are released by the RLS-SYNCNSW command or are overridden
by a synchronization reference failure.
Once the switch is effective, an event “MANSWTOPRI”, Manual Switch to Primary (or Secondary ...)
Reference, will be raised
.
Section
OPR-SYNCNSW Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
Input Format
OPR-SYNCNSW:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>::<SWITCHTO>;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15. A
null value of <AID> defaults to SYNC-NE.
•
<SWITCHTO> identifies the new synchronization reference that will be used
and is the AID from the “SYNCSW” section on page 4-16
Input Example
OPR-SYNCNSW:CISCO:SYNC-NE:3::PRI;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.54 REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>: Report Alarm (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000,
OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C,
STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, E1000, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
Reports an alarm condition against a facility or a path.
Section
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM> Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>],
[<AIDDET>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<NTFCNCDE> indicates a 2-letter notification code; valid values for
<NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> specifies the AID type; valid values for <AIDDET> are shown in the
“EQPT_TYPE” section on page 4-38, <AIDDET> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM DS1
“FAC-2-1:MJ,LOS,SA,,,,:\“LOSS OF SIGNAL\”,OC12”
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3.5.55 REPT ALM BITS: Report Alarm Building Integrated Timing Supply
Reports an alarm condition on a BITS facility.
Section
REPT ALM BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM BITS
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<CONDDESR>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “BITS” section on page 4-9
•
<NTFCNCDE> identifies a 2-letter notification code; valid values for
<NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM BITS
“BITS-1:MJ,SYNC,SA,,,,:\“LOSS OF TIMING\””
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3.5.56 REPT ALM COM: Report Alarm COM
Reports an alarm condition when an AID cannot be given, for example, a fan failure is reported using
this message.
Section
REPT ALM COM Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM COM
“[<AID>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> indicates the alarm without AID; <AID> is a string and is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> indicates a notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM COM
“COM:MJ,FAN,NSA,,,,:\“FAN FAILURE\””
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3.5.57 REPT ALM ENV: Report Alarm Environment
Reports a customer-defined condition on an environmental alarm input.
Section
REPT ALM ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM ENV
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<ALMTYPE>,,,[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies an environmental input and is from the “ENV” section on
page 4-10
•
<NTFCNCDE> identifies a 2-letter notification code; valid values for
<NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<ALMTYPE> abbreviated code identifying the alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36
•
<DESC> is the alarm message; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM ENV
“ENV-IN-1:MJ,OPENDR,,,\“OPEN DOOR\””
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3.5.58 REPT ALM EQPT: Report Alarm Equipment
Reports an alarm condition against an equipment unit or slot.
Section
REPT ALM EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM EQPT
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDITION>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>],
[<AIDDET>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> is the equipment AID SLOT-{1-17} from the “EQPT” section on
page 4-11
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDITION> is the type of alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDDET> are shown
in the “EQPT_TYPE” section on page 4-38, <AIDDET> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM EQPT
“SLOT-7:MJ,CONTR,NSA,,,,:\“CONTROLLER FAILURE\”,TCC”
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3.5.59 REPT ALM RING: Report Alarm Ring
Reports an alarm condition against a ring object for BLSR.
Section
REPT ALM RING Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM RING
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies a BLSR ID with alarm condition; <AID> is a string.
•
<NTFCNCDE> indicates a 2-letter notification code; valid values for
<NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates a BLSR alarm; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM RING
“RING-999:MJ,PRC-DUPID,SA,,,,:\“DUPLICATE NODE ID\”,”
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3.5.60 REPT ALM SYNCN: Report Alarm Synchronization
Reports an alarm condition against a synchronization reference.
Section
REPT ALM SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
** ATAG REPT ALM SYNCN
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNC
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies a synchronization reference with alarm condition and is from
the “SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15
•
<NTFCNCDE> indicates a 2-letter notification code; valid values for
<NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
** 001 REPT ALM SYNCN
“SYNC-NE:MJ,MAN,SA,,,,:\“MANUAL SWITCH\”,”
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3.5.61 REPT DBCHG: Report Change
Reports any changes on the NE that result from:
1.
TL1 provisioning commands or their GUI equivalents containing the verbs: ALW, DLT, ED, ENT,
INH, INIT, OPR, RLS, SET, and SW (for example, DLT-EQPT,ENT-CRS-STS1)
2.
External event such as a board insertion.
Section
REPT DBCHG Description
Category
Log
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-DBCHG
INH-MSG-DBCHG
RTRV-LOG
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT DBCHG
“TIME=<TIME>,DATE=<DATE>,[SOURCE=<SOURCE>,]
[USERID=<USERID>,]DBCHGSEQ=<DBCHGSEQ>:<COMMAND>:<AID>”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<TIME> is the time of the message triggered by the NE; <TIME> is a time.
•
<DATE> is the date of the message triggered by the NE; <DATE> is a date.
•
<SOURCE> is an input command CTAG if present; <SOURCE> is an integer
and is optional.
•
<USERID> is the user name or user identifier; <USERID> is a string and is
optional.
•
<DBCHGSEQ> is a sequential number of the DBCHG message; <DBCHGSEQ>
is an integer.
•
<COMMAND> is the input command or substitute; <COMMAND> is a string.
•
<AID> is the AID(s) or substitute; <AID> is a string.
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT DBCHG
“TIME=14-35-46,DATE=99-07-28,SOURCE=123,USERID=CISCO15,
DBCHGSEQ=456:ENT-CRS-VT1:VT1-4-2-6-4”
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3.5.62 REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>: Report Event (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000, OC3,
OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C,
STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, E1000, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event.
Section
REPT EVT <MOD2ALM> Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
—
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT <MOD2ALM>
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,[<LOCN>],,[<MONVAL>],
[<THLEV>],[<TMPER>]:[<DESC>],[<AIDDET>]”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> indicates an event with the condition type and is from the “ALL” section
on page 4-5
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an event with the condition type and is a string
•
<CONDEFF> is the effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24,
<CONDEFF> is optional
•
<LOCN> indicates the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42, <LOCN> is optional
•
<MONVAL> is the monitored value; <MONVAL> is an integer and is optional
•
<THLEV> is the threshold value; <THLEV> is an integer and is optional
•
<TMPER> is the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid values
for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDDET> are shown
in the “EQPT_TYPE” section on page 4-38, <AIDDET> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT OC48
“FAC-5-1:WKSWPR,TC,,,FEND,,12,13,15-MIN:\“WORKING SWITCH TO
PROTECTION\”,OC48”
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3.5.63 REPT EVT BITS: Report Event BITS
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event against a BITS facility.
Section
REPT EVT BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT BITS
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> indicates an access identifier and is from the “BITS” section on page 4-9
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates a condition type and the valid values are shown in the
“CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> indicates an effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for are
shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24, <CONDEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT BITS
“BITS-1:SSM-STU,TC,,,,,,,:\“SYNCHRONIZED - TRACEABILITY
UNKNOWN””
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3.5.64 REPT EVT COM: Report Event COM
Reports a non-alarmed event against an NE when there is no AID associated with it.
Section
REPT EVT COM Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT COM
“[<AID>]:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> indicates this event is from the NE. <AID> is a string and is optional.
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an event condition type. Valid values are shown in the
“CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> indicates an effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24,
<CONDEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the description message for the condition; <DESC> is a string and is
optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT COM
“COM:CLDRESTART,TC,,,,,,,:\“COLD RESTART\”,”
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3.5.65 REPT EVT ENV: Report Event Environment
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event against an environment alarm input.
Section
REPT EVT ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT ENV
“<AID>:<ALMTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies an environmental input and is from the “ENV” section on
page 4-10
•
<ALMTYPE> is an abbreviated code identifying the alarm and the valid values
are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36
•
<CONDEFF> indicates an effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24,
<CONDEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is an alarm message; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT ENV
“ENV-IN-2:OPENDR,TC,,,,,,,:\“OPEN DOOR\””
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3.5.66 REPT EVT EQPT: Report Event Equipment
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event against an equipment unit or slot.
Section
REPT EVT EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT EQPT
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>],[<AIDDET>]”
;
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> indicates an equipment AID SLOT-{1-17} and is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an event condition type; <CONDTYPE> defaults to
EQPT and the valid values are shown in the “CONDITION” section on
page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> indicates an effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24,
<CONDEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDDET> are shown
in the “EQPT_TYPE” section on page 4-38, <AIDDET> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT EQPT
“SLOT-7:PLUGIN,TC,,,,,,,:\“EQUIPMENT PLUG-IN\”,TCC”
;
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3.5.67 REPT EVT RING: Report Event Ring
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event against a ring object for BLSR.
Note
When a change is made to a BLSR, including creating a new circuit, the circuit will not have BLSR
protection until after the BLSR-UPDATED message is received.
Section
REPT EVT RING Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM RING
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-RING
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT RING
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
where:
Output Example
•
<AID> identifies an event with condition type; <AID> is a string.
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates an event condition type; valid values for
<CONDTYPE> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> is the effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <CONDDESR> is a string and is
optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT RING
“RING-88:BLSR-RESYNC,TC,,,,,,,:\“BLSR TABLES RESYNCHRONIZED\”,”
;
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3.5.68 REPT EVT SECU: Report Event Security
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed security even against the NE.
Based on TR-NWT-000835 in TR-NWT-000835 and the AID of the security alarm should be the
Connection Identifier (CID) which is not supported in this release. The COM or UID is an acceptable
substitute for the AID here. CID’s will be supported in a future release.
For the rule of single failure, single message/alarm, the security alarm will not be reported as
REPT ALM COM, because it is reported as REPT ALM SECU.
Because the NE sends this security message as a transient message, to make all TL1 autonomous
messages consistent, the TL1 agent reports the security message into REPT EVT SECU.
Section
REPT EVT SECU Description
Category
Security
Security
Retrieve
Related Messages
ACT-USER
CANC
CANC-USER
DLT-USER-SECU
ED-PID
ED-USER-SECU
ENT-USER-SECU
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT SECU
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
where:
Output Example
•
<AID> identifies an entity with the condition and defaults to “COM”; <AID>
is a string
•
<CONDTYPE> is the condition type and valid values are shown in the
“CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> indicates an effect of the condition on the NE and valid values
are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24; <CONDEFF> is
optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT SECU
“COM:INTRUSION,TC,,,,,,,:\“SECURITY-INVALID LOGIN
(SEE AUDIT TRIAL)\””
;
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3.5.69 REPT EVT SYNCN: Report Event Synchronization
Reports the occurrence of a non-alarmed event against a synchronization entity.
Section
REPT EVT SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
RLS-SYNCNSW
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT EVT SYNCN
“<AID>:<CONDTYPE>,[<CONDEFF>],,,,,,,:[<DESC>],[<AIDDET>]”
;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies the synchronization entity with the condition and is from the
“SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates the condition type; <CONDTYPE> defaults to
SYNCN and the valid values are shown in the “CONDITION” section on
page 4-24
•
<CONDEFF> indicates the effect of the condition on the NE; valid values for
<CONDEFF> are shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24,
<CONDEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDDET> are shown
in the “EQPT_TYPE” section on page 4-38, <AIDDET> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT EVT SYNCN
“SYNC-NE:SWTOINT,SC,,,,,,,:\“SWITCH TO INTERNAL CLOCK\”,TCC”
;
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3.5.70 REPT SW: Report Switch
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
Reports the autonomous switching of an active unit in a duplex equipment pair to the standby state and
its mate to the active state. An automatic report for the occurrence or clearance of an alarm or event that
triggers the switch may be associated with the message.
Section
REPT SW Description
Category
UPSR Switching
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
A ATAG REPT SW
“<ACTID>,<STDBYID>”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<ACTID> identifies the equipment unit that has been placed in the active state.
Parameter grouping cannot be used with this parameter; <ACTID> is the AID
from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<STDBYID> identifies the equipment unit that was placed in the standby state.
Parameter grouping cannot be used with this parameter; <STDBYID> is the
AID from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
A 001 REPT SW
“SLOT-8,SLOT-10”
;
3.5.71 RLS-EXT-CONT: Release External Control
This command is used to release a forced contact state and returns the control of the contact to an
AUTOMATIC control state. In AUTOMATIC control state, the contact could be opened or closed
depending on triggers that may or may not be provisioned in the NE. Therefore, issuing an RLS might
not produce any contact state change.
The NE defaults to having no triggers provisioned for external controls which consequently produces
default open contacts. An NE with this default provisioning will always produce an open contact with a
RLS-EXT-CONT command.
Notes:
1.
The duration is not supported, it defaults to CONTS.
2.
In an automatic state, the contact could be opened or closed depending on the provisioned trigger.
Therefore, issuing an OPR-EXT-CONT command followed by an RLS-EXT-CONT command might
not produce any contact state change.
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RLS-EXT-CONT Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
Input Format
RLS-EXT-CONT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::,];
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
•
<AID> identifies the external control being released and is from the “ENV”
section on page 4-10
Input Example
RLS-EXT-CONT:CISCO:ENV-OUT-2:123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.72 RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>: Release Loopback (DS1, EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192, T1, T3)
(DS1, EC1, and OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command releases a signal loopback on an I/O card.
Notes:
1.
The optional [<LPBKTYPE>] field defaults to the current existing loopback type.
2.
The TERMINAL loopback type is not supported for a DS3XM card.
Section
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO> Description
Category
Testing
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>
Input Format
RLS-LPBK-<MOD2_IO>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::,,,[<LPBKTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier. The <AID> is only supported for FACILITY and
DS1; <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<LPBKTYPE> indicates the loopback type; valid values for <LPBKTYPE> are
shown in the “LPBK_TYPE” section on page 4-43
Input Example
RLS-LPBK-DS1:PTREYES:DS1-4-2-13:203::,,,FACILITY;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.73 RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>: Release Protection Switch (OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to release a SONET line protection switch request.
The release of a protection switch request is applicable only to the OPR-PROTNSW protection switch
commands, the user-initiated switch protection commands.
Notes:
1.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. Sending a command
on a common control card will generate an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To
query the common control card switching commands, use SW-DX-EQPT, ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
2.
When sending this command on non-SONET (OCN) cards, an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access
Identifier) error message should be responsed. To use this command on a non-SONET card
switching command, use ALW-SWTOPROTN/SWTOWKG-EQPT and
INH-SWTOPROTN/SWTOWKG-EQPT commands.
3.
When sending this command to query on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status,
Not in Valid State) error message should be responsed.
4.
When sending this command to a working card that is failed or missing, the SWFA (Status, Working
unit Failed) error message should be responsed.
5.
When sending this command to a protect card that is failed or missing, the SPFA (Status, Protection
unit Failed) error message should be responsed.
6.
When sending this command to a card that is not in protection, the SNPR (Status, Not in Protection
State) error message should be responsed.
7.
Sending this command to an OCN line that is already in clear mode will return a SAMS (Already in
Clear Maintenance State) error message.
8.
To get the protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL command.
Section
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_TYPE>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
Input Format
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the facility in the NE to which the switch request is directed
and is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
Input Example
RLS-PROTNSW-OC48:CHICKALUMA:FAC-6-1:209;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.74 RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>: Release Protection Switch (STS1, STS3C,
STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to release a SONET path protection switch request that was
established with the OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH> command. This command assumes that only one
user-initiated switch is active per AID.
Notes:
1.
This command applies to UPSR configuration only.
2.
The VTAID should be working or protect AID only.
3.
If sending this command on the Drop AID, a DENY (Invalid AID, should use working/protect AID)
message will be returned.
4.
To get the protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL command.
Section
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
UPSR Switching
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
REPT SW
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1
Input Format
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity in the NE to which the switch request is directed and
is from the “STS” section on page 4-12
Input Example
RLS-PROTNSW-STS1:CISCO:STS-2-1:123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.75 RLS-PROTNSW-VT1: Release Virtual Tributary Protection Switch
This command instructs a SONET NE to release a SONET path protection switch request that was
established with the OPR-PROTNSW-VT1 command. This command assumes that only one
user-initiated switch is active per AID.
Notes:
1.
This command applies to UPSR configuration only.
2.
The VTAID should be working or protect AID only.
3.
Sending this command on the Drop AID, a DENY (Invalid AID, should use working/protect AID)
message will be returned.
4.
To get the protection switching state (manual, lockout, forced), use the RTRV-COND-ALL or
RTRV-ALM-ALL command.
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RLS-PROTNSW-VT1 Description
Category
UPSR Switching
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
OPR-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
OPR-PROTNSW-VT1
REPT SW
RLS-PROTNSW-<STS_PATH>
Input Format
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity in the NE to which the switch request is directed and
is from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
Input Example
RLS-PROTNSW-VT1:CISCO:VT1-4-2-3-1:123;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.76 RLS-SYNCNSW: Release Synchronization Switch
This command releases the previous synchronization reference provided by the OPR-SYNCNSW
command. The timing reverts back to its previous mode.
In a non-revertive system, the use of the RLS-SYNCNSW command may not be appropriate. All the
switching between synchronization references should be initiated with the OPR-SYNCNSW command.
Once a switch is in effect, a minor alarm “MANSWTOPRI”, Manual Switch to Primary Reference (or
Secondary...), will be raised.
Section
RLS-SYNCNSW Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
Input Format
RLS-SYNCNSW:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>;
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15. A
null value of AID defaults to SYNC-NE.
Input Example
RLS-SYNCNSW:CISCO:SYNC-NE:3;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.77 RMV-<MOD_PORT>: Remove (EC1, G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1,
T3)
(EC1, G1000, OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command removes a facility from service.
Section
RMV-<MOD_PORT> Description
Category
Ports
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RST <MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RMV-<MOD_PORT>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:[:,];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
Input Example
RMV-EC1:CISCO:FAC-1-1:1234;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.78 RST-<MOD_PORT>: Restore (EC1,G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, T1, T3)
(EC1, G1000, OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command provisions a facility in service.
Section
RST-<MOD_PORT> Description
Category
Ports
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RST-<MOD_PORT>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>:[:];
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
Input Example
RST-EC1:CISCO:FAC-1-1:1234;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.79 RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>: Retrieve (OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the attributes (i.e. service parameters) and the state of an OC-N facility.
Both RINGID and BLSRTYPE identify the OCN port connected with a BLSR. These attributes are only
presented for the OC12, OC48, OC192 ports within a BLSR connection. The RTRV-BLSR command
with the AID RINGID, can provide more information on this BLSR.
Note
This command does not show the WVLEN attribute if the OCN port has zero value on WVLELN.
Section
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11 and
must not be null.
RTRV-OC48:PENNGROVE:FAC-6-1:236;
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RTRV-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:,,[<ROLE>],[<STATUS>]:[DCC=<DCC>,][TMGREF=<TMGREF>,]
[SYNCMSG=<SYNCMSG>,][SENDDUS=<SENDDUS>,][PJMON=<PJMON>,]
[SFBER=<SFBER>,][SDBER=<SDBER>,][MODE=<MODE>,]
[WVLEN=<WVLEN>,][RINGID=<RINGID>,][BLSRTYPE=<BLSRTYPE>,]
[MUX=<MUX>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<ROLE> identifies the OCN port role (e.g. WORK or PROT); valid values for
<ROLE> are shown in the “SIDE” section on page 4-56, <ROLE> is optional
•
<STATUS> identifies the OCN port status (e.g. Active or Standby); valid values
for <STATUS> are shown in the “STATUS” section on page 4-57, <STATUS> is
optional
•
<DCC> identifies the OCN port DCC connection and defaults to N; valid values
for <DCC> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51, <DCC> is
optional
•
<TMGREF> identifies if the OCN port has timing reference and defaults to N;
valid values for <TMGREF> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51,
<TMGREF> is optional
•
<SYNCMSG> indicates if sync status messaging is enabled or disabled on the
facility; <SYNCMSG> defaults to Y and the valid values are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51. <SYNCMSG> is optional.
•
<SENDDUS> indicates that the facility will send out the DUS (do not use for
synchronization) value as the sync status message for that facility; <SENDDUS>
defaults to N and the valid values are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on
page 4-51. <SENDDUS> is optional
•
<PJMON> identifies the OCN port PJMON; <PJMON> defaults to 0 (zero), is
an integer and is optional
•
<SFBER> identifies the OCN port SFBER and defaults to 1E-4; valid values for
<SFBER> are shown in the “SF_BER” section on page 4-56, <SFBER> is
optional
•
<SDBER> identifies the OCN port SDBER and defaults to 1E-7; valid values for
<SDBER> are shown in the “SD_BER” section on page 4-55, <SDBER> is
optional
•
<MODE> identifies the OCN port mode (e.g. SONET, SDH) and defaults to
SONET; valid values for <MODE> are shown in the “OPTICAL_MODE”
section on page 4-51, <MODE> is optional
•
<WVLEN> identifies the OCN port wavelength; <WVLEN> is wavelength in nm
(nanometer) for unit, e.g. WVLEN=1310.00 means it operates at 1310 nm in the
DWM application. <WVLEN> is a Float and is optional
•
<RINGID> identifies the BLSR ID with which the port is connected. The
<RINGID> ranges from 0 to 9999; <RINGID> is an integer and is optional
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Output Format
(continued)
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
•
Valid values for <BLSRTYPE> are shown in the “BLSR_TYPE” section on
page 4-23 and <BLSRTYPE> is optional.
•
<MUX> BLSR Extension Byte (supported only on OC48AS cards). Valid values
for <MUX> are shown in the “MUX_TYPE” section on page 4-49; <MUX> is
optional.
•
<PST> identifies the OCN port state (e.g. IS or OOS); <PST> defaults to OOS
and valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on page 4-53, <PST>
is optional.
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-6-1:,,WORK,ACT:DCC=N,TMGREF=N,SYNCMSG=Y,SENDDUS=N,
PJMON=48,SFBER=1E-4,SDBER=1E-6,MODE=SONET,WVLEN=1310.00,
RINGID=43,BLSRTYPE=WESTWORK,MUX=E2:OOS”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.80 RTRV-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C,
STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the attributes associated with an STS path.
The SFBER, SDBER, RVRTV, and RVTM parameters only apply to UPSR.
The path trace message is a 64 character string including the terminating CR (carriage return) and LF
(line feed) that is transported in the J1 byte of the SONET STS Path overhead.
The EXPTRC indicates the contents of the expected incoming path trace are provisioned by the user in
the ED-STS_PATH command. The TRC indicates the contents of the outgoing path trace message. The
INCTRC indicates the contents of the incoming path trace message.
The path trace mode has three modes: OFF, MANUAL, and AUTO. The mode defaults to OFF. The
MANUAL mode performs the comparison of the received string with the user entered expected string.
The AUTO mode performs the comparison of the present received string with an expected string set to
a previously received string. If there is a mismatch, the TIM-P alarm is raised. When the path trace mode
is in OFF mode, there is no path trace processing, and all the alarm and state conditions are reset.
When the expected string is queried under the OFF path trace mode, the expected string is a copy of the
provisioned string or NULL. When an expected string is queried under the MANUAL path trace mode,
the expected string is a copy of the user entered string. When an expected string is queried under the
AUTO path trace mode, the expected string is a copy of the acquired received string or NULL if the
string has not been acquired.
When the incoming string is queried under the OFF path trace mode, the incoming string is a NULL.
When an incoming string is queried under the MANUAL or AUTO path trace mode, the incoming string
is a copy of the received string or NULL if the string has not been received.
J1 (EXPTRC) is implemented on the DS1/DS1N, DS3, DS3E/DS3NE, DS3XM, EC1, OC3, OC48AS
and OC192.
TRC and INCTRC are supported on DS1(N), DS3(N)E, and DS3XM cards.
Section
RTRV-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
STS and VT Paths
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-VT1
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-VT1
Input Format
RTRV-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the AID from the “STS” section on page 4-12 and must not be null
RTRV-STS1:FERNDALE:STS-2-4:238;
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RTRV-<STS_PATH> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[LEVEL=<LEVEL>,][SFBER=<SFBER>,][SDBER=<SDBER>,]
[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,][EXPTRC=<EXPTRC>,]
[TRC=<TRC>,][INCTRC=<INCTRC>,][TRCMODE=<TRCMODE>,]
[TACC=<TACC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “STS” section on page 4-12
•
<LEVEL> indicates the rate of the cross connected channel; valid values for
<LEVEL> are shown in the “STS_PATH” section on page 4-59, <LEVEL> is
optional
•
<SFBER> identifies the STS path SFBER which only applies to UPSR;
<SFBER> defaults to 1E-4 and valid values are shown in the “SF_BER” section
on page 4-56, <SFBER> is optional
•
<SDBER> identifies the STS path SDBER which only applies to UPSR;
<SDBER> defaults to 1E-6 and valid values are shown in the “SD_BER” section
on page 4-55, <SDBER> is optional
•
<RVRTV> identifies a revertive mode which only applies to UPSR and defaults
to N (non-revertive mode) when a UPSR STSp is created; valid values for
<RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51 and <RVRTV> is
optional
•
<RVTM> identifies a revertive time which only applies to UPSR and defaults to
empty because <RVRTV> is N when a UPSR STSp is created; valid values for
<RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55 and
<RVTM> is optional
•
<EXPTRC> indicates the expected path trace message (J1) contents. The
EXPTRC is any 64 character string, including the terminating CR (carriage
return) and LF (line feed); <EXPTRC> defaults to null when a UPSR STSp is
created. <EXPTRC> is a string and is optional
•
<TRC> identifies the path trace message to be transmitted. The TRC is any
combination of 64 characters, including the terminating CR (carriage return)
and LF (line feed). The trace byte (J1) continuously transmits a 64 byte string,
one byte at a time. A null value defaults to the NE transmitting null characters
(Hex 00); <TRC> defaults to null when a UPSR STSp is created. <TRC> is a
string and is optional
•
<INCTRC> identifies the incoming path trace message contents. The INCTRC
is any combination of 64 characters; <INCTRC> is a string and is optional
•
<TRCMODE> indicates the path trace mode, and defaults to the OFF mode
when a UPSR STSp is created; valid values for <TRCMODE> are shown in
the“TRCMODE” section on page 4-64 and <TRCMODE> is optional
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 1–999; <TACC> is and integer and is
optional.
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RTRV-<STS_PATH> Description (continued)
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“STS-2-4::LEVEL=STS1,SFBER=1E-3,SDBER=1E-5,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=1.0,
EXPTRC=“EXPTRCSTRING”,TRC=“TRCSTRING”,
INCTRC=“INCTRCSTRING”,TRCMODE=AUTO,TACC=8”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.81 RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>:Retrieve Alarm (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1, G1000,
OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C,
STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, E1000, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only.
Instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of its alarm conditions. The alarm condition or
severity to be retrieved can be specified by using the input parameters as a filter.
Notes:
1.
VT1-n-n-n replaces PS_VT1-n-n-n for VT1 alarm AID.
2.
The [<AIDTYPE>] shows STS1 for STS alarms.
Section
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM> Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
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RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM> Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],
[<CONDTYPE>],[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5 and must not
be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-ALM-OC12:ELDRIDGE:FAC-5-1:225::MN,SD,SA;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of access identifier; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are
shown in the “MOD2ALM” section on page 4-44, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<CONDDESR> is the condition description; <CONDDESCR> is a string and is
optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-5-1,OC12:MJ,SD,SA,,,,:\“BER AT SIGNAL DEGRADE LEVEL\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.82 RTRV-ALM-ALL: Retrieve Alarm All
This command instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of all active alarm conditions. The
alarm condition or severity to be retrieved is specified using the input parameters as a filter.
According to GR-833, the RTRV-ALM-ALL command only reports EQPT, RING, COM, and rr (T1, T3,
OCN, EC1, STSN, VT1, and DS1) alarms.
To retrieve all the NE alarms, issue all of the following commands:
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
Section
RTRV-ALM-ALL Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-ALL:[<TID>]::<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],[<CONDITION>],
[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
•
<CONDITION> is the type of alarm condition; valid values for <CONDITION>
are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-ALM-ALL:COTATI::229::MN,PWRRESTART,NSA;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“[<AID>],[<AIDTYPE>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:
[<DESC>],[<AIDDET>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “ALL”
section on page 4-5, <AID> is optional
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of access identifier; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are
shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> is the single type of alarm condition being reported on this
particular line; valid values are shown in the “CONDITION” section on
page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
•
<AIDDET> is the supplementary equipment identification; <AIDDET> is a
string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SLOT-2,EQPT:MN,PWRRESTART,NSA,,,,:\“POWER FAILRESTART\”,
DS1-14”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.83 RTRV-ALM-BITS: Retrieve Alarm Building Integrated Timing Supply
This command instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of its alarm conditions associated
with the BITS facility. The alarm condition or severity retrieved is specified using the input parameters
as a filter.
Section
RTRV-ALM-BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
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RTRV-ALM-BITS Description (continued)
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-BITS:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],
[<CONDTYPE>],[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is an identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the AID “BITS”
section on page 4-9; <AID> must not be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-ALM-BITS:ELVERANO:BITS-1:228::CR,LOS,SA;
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RTRV-ALM-BITS Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “BITS”
section on page 4-9
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of access identifier; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are
shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45 and <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“BITS-1,BITS:CR,LOS,SA,,,,:\“LOSS OF SIGNAL\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.84 RTRV-ALM-ENV: Retrieve Alarm Environment
This command retrieves the environmental alarms.
Section
RTRV-ALM-ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
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RTRV-ALM-ENV Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-ENV:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],[<ALMTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10; <AID>
must not be null
For RTRV-ALM-ENV, only ENV-IN-{1-4} is a valid AID for ONS 15454
and only ENV-IN-{1-6} is a valid AID for ONS 15327. ENV-OUT-{1,6} is
not a valid AID for RTRV-ALM-ENV.
Note
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown
in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-ALM-ENV:CISCO:ENV-IN-1:123::MJ,OPENDR;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<ALMTYPE>,,,[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36
•
<DESC> is the alarm message; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“ENV-IN-1:MJ,OPENDR,,,\“OPEN DOOR\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.85 RTRV-ALM-EQPT: Retrieve Alarm Equipment
This command instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of its alarm conditions associated
with the equipment units. The alarm condition or severity to be retrieved is specified using the input
parameters as a filter.
Section
RTRV-ALM-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT ALM COM
REPT EVT EQPT
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],[<CONDTYPE>],
[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11; <AID> must not be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null value is equivalent to
ALL.
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56. A null value
is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-ALM-EQPT:TWOROCK:SLOT-7:227::MJ,HITEMP,NSA;
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RTRV-ALM-EQPT Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“[<AID>],[<AIDTYPE>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11; <AID> is optional
•
valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45;
<AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SLOT-7,EQPT:MJ,HITEMP,NSA,,,,:\“HI TEMPERATURE\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.86 RTRV-ALM-RING: Retrieve Alarm Ring
This command instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of all active alarm conditions
against a ring object for BLSR. The alarm condition or severity to be retrieved can be specified by using
the input parameters as a filter.
Section
RTRV-ALM-RING Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
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RTRV-ALM-RING Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-RING:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],
[<CONDITION>],[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
where:
•
<AID> identifies a BLSR ID with alarm condition; <AID> is a string and a null
value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<NTFCNCDE> is a notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown
in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49 and a null value is equivalent ALL.
•
<CONDITION> indicates a BLSR alarm condition; valid values for
<CONDITION> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24 and a
null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56 and a null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-ALM-RING:CISCO:RING-999:123::MJ,PRC-DUPID,SA;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> identifies a BLSR ID with alarm condition and is from the “ALL” section
on page 4-5
•
<NTFCNCDE> is a notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown
in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> indicates a BLSR alarm condition; valid values for
<CONDTYPE> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is a condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“RING-999:MJ,PRC-DUPID,SA,,,,:\“DUPLICATE NODE ID\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.87 RTRV-ALM-SYNCN: Retrieve Alarm Synchronization
This command instructs the NE to retrieve and send the current status of its alarm conditions associated
with a synchronization facility. The alarm condition or severity to be retrieved can be specified by using
the input parameters as a filter.
Section
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Input Format
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],
[<CONDTYPE>],[<SRVEFF>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> identifies the access identifier from the “SYN” section on page 4-14,
<AID> is listable and must not be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null value is equivalent to
ALL.
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56. A null value
is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN:FULTON:SYNC-NE:226::CR,FAILTOSW,SA;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:<NTFCNCDE>,<CONDTYPE>,<SRVEFF>,,,,:
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “SYN” section
on page 4-14
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of access identifier: valid values for <AIDTYPE> are
shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45 and <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the 2-letter notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE>
are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<CONDTYPE> is the alarm condition; valid values for <CONDTYPE> are
shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SYNC-NE,SYNCN:CR,FAILTOSW,SA,,,,:\“FAILURE TO SWITCH TO
PROTECTION\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.88 RTRV-ATTR-CONT: Retrieve Attribute Control
This command instructs the NE to send the attributes associated with an external control. These
attributes are used when an external control is operated or released. To set these attributes, use the
SET-ATTR-CONT command.
Section
RTRV-ATTR-CONT Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
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RTRV-ATTR-CONT Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-ATTR-CONT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<CONTTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the external control for which attributes are being set; <AID>
is from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must not be null
•
<CONTTYPE> is the type of external control; valid values for <CONTTYPE>
are shown in the “CONTTYPE” section on page 4-34. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-ATTR-CONT:CISCO:ENV-OUT-2:123::AIRCOND;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:[<CONTTYPE>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> identifies the external control for which attributes are being set and is
from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<CONTTYPE> is the type of external control; valid values for <CONTTYPE>
are shown in the “CONTTYPE” section on page 4-34 and <CONTTYPE> is
optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“ENV-OUT-2:AIRCOND”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.89 RTRV-ATTR-ENV: Retrieve Attribute Environment
This command retrieves the attributes associated with an environmental alarm.
Section
RTRV-ATTR-ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
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RTRV-ATTR-ENV Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-ATTR-ENV:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],[<ALMTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must
not be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code for the environmental alarm; valid
values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on
page 4-49. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-ATTR-ENV:CISCO:ENV-IN-1:123::MJ,OPENDR;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:[<NTFCNCDE>],[<ALMTYPE>],[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code for the environmental alarm; valid
values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on
page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36,
<ALMTYPE> is optional
•
<DESC> is the alarm description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“ENV-IN-1:MJ,OPENDR,\“OPEN DOOR\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.90 RTRV-BITS: Retrieve Building Integrated Timing Supply
This command retrieves the BITS configuration command.
Section
RTRV-BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
Input Format
RTRV-BITS:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> is the bit access identifier from the “BITS” section on page 4-9 and must
not be null
Input Example
RTRV-BITS:SONOMA:BITS-1:782;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[LINECDE=<LINECDE>,][FMT=<FMT>,][LBO=<LBO>,]
[SYNCMSG=<SYNCMSG>,][AISTHRSHLD=<AISTHRSHLD>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is an access identifier from the “BITS” section on page 4-9
•
<LINECDE> is a line code; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“LINE_CODE” section on page 4-42, <LINECDE> is optional
•
<FMT> is a frame format; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“FRAME_FORMAT” section on page 4-41, <FMT> is optional
•
<LBO> indicates BITS line build-out; valid values for <LBO> are shown in the
“BITS_LineBuildOut” section on page 4-22, <LBO> is optional
•
<SYNCMSG> indicates a sync messaging; <SYNCMSG> defaults to (Y) and
valid values are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51, <SYNCMSG> is
optional
•
<AIRTHRSHLD> is the AIS threshold. Valid values for <AIRTHRSHLD> are
shown in the “SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL” section on page 4-60;
<AIRTHRSHLD> is optional
•
<PST> is the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53, <PST> is optional
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RTRV-BITS Description (continued)
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“BITS-1::LINECDE=AMI,FMT=ESF,LBO=0-133,SYNCMSG=Y,
AISTHRSHLD=PRS:IS”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.91 RTRV-BLSR: Retrieve Bidirectional Line Switched Ring
This command retrieves the BLSR information of the NE. A two-fiber or four-fiber BLSR can be
retrieved.
Output examples:
4F BLSR
“BLSR-43::RINGID=43,NODEID=3,MODE=4F,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=5.0,SRVRTV=Y,SRVTM=5.0,
EASTWORK=FAC-5-1,WESTWORK=FAC-6-1,EASTPROT=FAC-12-1,WESTPROT=FAC-13-1”
2F BLSR
“BLSR-12::RINGID=12,NODEID=2,MODE=2F,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=5.0,EASTWORK=FAC-5-1,
WESTWORK=FAC-6-1”
Error conditions:
1.
Only ALL, null, or single “BLSR-#” in the AID in is allowed in this command.
2.
A null AID defaults to the AID ALL.
3.
If the system fails on getting IOR, a SDBE (Status, Internal Data Base Error) error message will be
returned.
4.
If the NE does not have BSLR, the TL1 session will return the COMPLD error message with empty
information to the user.
Section
RTRV-BLSR Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM RING
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-COND-RING
Input Format
RTRV-BLSR:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> identifies the BLSR of the NE. Only ALL, NULL, or single “BLSR-#” in
<AID> is allowed; <AID> is from the “BLSR” section on page 4-9. A null value
is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-BLSR:PETALUMA:ALL:123;
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RTRV-BLSR Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“[<AID>]::[RINGID=<RINGID>,][NODEID=<NODEID>,][MODE=<MODE>,]
[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,][SRVRTV=<SRVRTV>,]
[SRVTM=<SRVTM>,][EASTWORK=<EASTWORK>,]
[WESTWORK=<WESTWORK>,][EASTPROT=<EASTPROT>,]
[WESTPROT=<WESTPROT>]”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> identifies the BLSR of the NE and is from the “BLSR” section on
page 4-9. <AID> is optional.
•
<RINGID> identifies the BLSR ID of the NE and ranges from 0 to 9999;
<RINGID> is an integer and is optional
•
<NODEID> identifies the BLSR node ID of the NE and ranges from 0 to 31;
<NODEID> is an integer and is optional
•
<MODE> identifies the BLSR mode and can be 2-fiber or 4-fiber; valid values
for <MODE> are shown in the “BLSR_MODE” section on page 4-22
•
<RVRTV> identifies the revertive mode and valid values for <RVRTV> are
shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51. <RVRTV> is optional.
•
<RVTM> identifies the revertive time and is not allowed to be set while
<RVRTV> is N; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55 and <RVTM> is optional
•
<SRVRTV> identifies the span revertive mode; valid values for <SRVRTV> are
shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51 and <SRVRTV> is optional
•
<SRVTM> identifies the span revertive time and is not allowed to be set while
<SRVTV> is N; valid values for <SRVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55. <SRVTM> is optional.
•
<EASTWORK> identifies the east working facility and is the AID from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11; <EASTWORK> is optional
•
<WESTWORK> identifies the west working facility and is the AID from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11; <WESTWORK> is optional
•
<EASTPROT> identifies the east protecting facility and is the AID from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11; <EASTPROT> is optional
•
<WESTPROT> identifies the west protecting facility and is the AID from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11; <WESTPROT> is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“BLSR-43::RINGID=43,NODEID=3,MODE=4F,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=5.0,
SRVRTV=Y,SRVTM=5.0,EASTWORK=FAC-5-1,WESTWORK=FAC-6-1,
EASTPROT=FAC-12-1,WESTPROT=FAC-13-1”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.92 RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>: Retrieve Condition (DS1, E100, E1000, EC1,
G1000, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C,
STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, E1000, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only.
This command retrieves the current standing condition and state associated with an entity.
Section
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM> Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
Input Format
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition; <AID> is from the “ALL”
section on page 4-5 and must not be null
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-COND-T3:TID:FAC-2-1:229::LOS;
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RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “ALL” section
on page 4-5
•
Valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown in the “MOD2ALM” section on
page 4-44, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<TYPEREQ> is the condition itself; valid values for <TYPEREQ> are shown in
the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56, <SRVEFF>
is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-2-1,T3:CR,LOS,SA,,,,,\“LOS OF SIGNAL\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.93 RTRV-COND-ALL: Retrieve Condition All
This command retrieves the current standing condition for all entities.
According to GR-833, the RTRV-COND-ALL command only reports EQPT, COM, and rr (T1, T3, OCN,
EC1, STSN, VT1, and DS1) alarms.
To retrieve all the NE conditions, issue all of the following commands:
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-ALL does not return all conditions that are returned by other, more specific RTRV-COND
commands. Instead it returns a subset of those conditions. This is a requirement from section 6.2.1.8.4
of GR-253-CORE. The specific requirements are R6-288, R6-289 and R6-290. Section 6.2.1.8.4 states
a retrieval that returns ALL conditions from a node (RTRV-COND-ALL) must omit any conditions that
are “same root cause” as other raised conditions. The section also states any retrieval of a subset of the
conditions from a node, regardless of how the subsetting occurs, should not omit these “same root cause”
conditions. RTRV-COND-STS1, for example, must include “same root cause” conditions in the set it
returns, while RTRV-COND-ALL must not.
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RTRV-COND-ALL Description
Category
Fault
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
Input Format
RTRV-COND-ALL:[<TID>]::<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-COND-ALL:TID::229::LOS;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition; <AID> is from the “ALL”
section on page 4-5
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of access identifier; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are
shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56,
<SRVEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-2-1,OC3:CR,LOS,SA,,,,,\“LOS OF SIGNAL\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.94 RTRV-COND-BITS: Retrieve Condition Building Integrated Timing Supply
This command retrieves the standing conditions on BITS.
Section
RTRV-COND-BITS Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Input Format
RTRV-COND-BITS:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “BITS” section on page 4-9 and must
not be null
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is an identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “BITS”
section on page 4-9
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of AID. It is always reported as BITS; valid values for
<AIDTYPE> are shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is
optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56,
<SRVEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“BITS-1,BITS:CR,LOS,SA,,,,,\“LOS OF SIGNAL\””
;
Errors
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3.5.95 RTRV-COND-ENV: Retrieve Condition Environment
This command retrieves the environmental conditions.
Section
RTRV-COND-ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Input Format
RTRV-COND-ENV:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],[<ALMTYPE>]
[,,,];
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
•
Note
Input Example
<AID> is the identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must not be
null
For RTRV-COND-ENV, only ENV-IN-{1-4} is a valid AID for ONS 15454
and only ENV-IN-{1-6} is a valid AID for ONS 15327. ENV-OUT-{1,6} is
not a valid AID for RTRV-COND-ENV.
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49. A null value is equivalent
to ALL.
•
<ALMTYPE> is the condition type for the environmental conditions; valid
values for <ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36.
A null value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-COND-ENV:CISCO:ENV-IN-1:123::MJ,OPENDR;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<NTFCNCDE>,<ALMTYPE>,,,,,,[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier and is from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ENVALM> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36
•
<DESC> is the description of the condition; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“ENV-IN-1:MJ,OPENDR,,,,,,\“OPEN DOOR\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.96 RTRV-COND-EQPT: Retrieve Condition Equipment
This command retrieves the condition equipment.
Section
RTRV-COND-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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Input Format
RTRV-COND-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
where:
•
<AID> is an identifier that has an alarm condition; <AID> is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11 and must not be null
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-COND-EQPT:TID:SLOT-1:229::LOS;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “EQPT”
section on page 4-11
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of the AID. It is always reported as EQPT for the
equipment condition; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown in the “MOD2B”
section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56,
<SRVEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SLOT-1,EQPT:CR,LOS,SA,,,,,\“LOS OF SIGNAL\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.97 RTRV-COND-RING: Retrieve Condition Ring
This command retrieves the current standing condition against a ring object for BLSR.
Note
When a change is made to a BLSR, including creating a new circuit, the circuit will not have BLSR
protection until after the BLSR-UPDATED message is received.
Section
RTRV-COND-RING Description
Category
BLSR
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BLSR
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT RING
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-ALM-ALL
Input Format
RTRV-COND-RING:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BLSR
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> identifies a BLSR ID with alarm condition; <AID> is a string and a null
value is equivalent to ALL
•
Valid values for <TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on
page 4-24 and a null value is equivalent to ALL
Input Example
RTRV-COND-RING:CISCO:RING-88:123::RING-MISMATCH;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> identifies a BLSR ID with alarm condition and is a string
•
Valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on
page 4-49. <NTFCNCDE> is optional.
•
Valid values for <TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on
page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56.
<SRVEFF> is optional.
•
<DESC> is a string and is optional
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Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“RING-88:MN,RING-MISMATCH,SA,,,,,
\“FAR END OF FIBER IS PROVISIONED WITH DIFFERENT RING ID\”,”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.98 RTRV-COND-SYNCN: Retrieve Condition Synchronization
This command retrieves the synchronization condition.
Section
RTRV-COND-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM <MOD2ALM>
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM COM
REPT ALM ENV
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT ALM RING
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT COM
REPT EVT SYNCN
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-<MOD2ALM>
Input Format
RTRV-COND-SYNCN:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<TYPEREQ>][,,,];
RTRV-ALM-ALL
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-ALM-RING
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-<MOD2ALM>
RTRV-COND-ALL
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-COND-RING
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-SYNCN
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition; <AID> is from the “SYN”
section on page 4-14 and must not be null
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values are shown in
the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-COND-SYNCN:TID:SYNC-NE:229::LOS;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:[<NTFCNCDE>],<TYPEREQ>,[<SRVEFF>],,,,,
[<DESC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the identifier that has an alarm condition and is from the “SYN”
section on page 4-14
•
<AIDTYPE> is the type of AID. It is always reported as SYNCN; valid values
for <AIDTYPE> are shown in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45,
<AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49, <NTFCNCDE> is optional
•
<TYPEREQ> is the type of condition to be retrieved; valid values for
<TYPEREQ> are shown in the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the effect on service caused by the alarm condition; valid values
for <SRVEFF> are shown in the “SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56,
<SRVEFF> is optional
•
<DESC> is the condition description; <DESC> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SYNC-NE,SYNCN:MJ,FRNGSYNC,SA,,,,,
\“FREE RUNNING SYNCHRONIZATION MODE\””
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.99 RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Cross Connect (STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves any connections associated with the entered AID(s) or AID range. The
information on both ends is returned along with the type of connection.
Notes:
1.
The UPSR STS cross connection can be retrieved by using “&” in the AID fields of this command.
To retrieve a 1-way selector or 2-way selector and bridge cross connection with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
the output will be:
1-way
“f1&f2,t1:CCT,STS3C”
2-way
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If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output format is the same as the 1-way output.
If retrieved on point t1, the output will be:
“t1,f1&f2:CCT,STS3C”
To retrieve a 1-way bridge or 2-way selector and bridge cross connection with:
from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
the output will be:
1-way
“f1,t1&t2:CCT,STS3C”
2-way
“t1&t2,f1:CCT,STS3C”
To retrieve a 1-way subtending UPSR connection or 2-way subtending UPSR cross connection with:
from point: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
the output will be:
1-way:
“f1&f2,t1&t2:CCT,STS3C”
2-way:
If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output format is the same as the 1-way output.
If retrieved on point t1 or t2, the output will be:
“t1&t2,f1&f2:CCT,STS3C”
To retrieve a 2-way selector and bridge cross connection with:
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>::F1&F2,S1&S2:8::2WAY;
from points: f1, f2 (f1 is the working side, f2 is the protect side)
selector: s1, s2 (s1 is the working side, s2 is the protect side)
the output will be:
If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output will be:
“f1&f2,s1&s2:CCT,STS3C”
If retrieved on selector s1 or s2, the output will be:
“s1&s2,f1&f2:CCT,STS3C”
2.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid.
3.
<STS_PATH> does not include STS for the RTRV-CRS command because “STS” is not a standard
designator as defined by GR-833 A-2.
4.
Both the 1WAYPCA and 2WAYPCA is used to specify a PCA cross connection.
5.
The facility AID is only valid on slots with a G1000-4 card.
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RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
Cross Connections
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-VT1
Input Format
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
<AID> identifies STS to check for connection membership. <AID> can be a
Facility, STS, or ALL AID. The ALL AID defaults to NE which reports all the
existing cross connections of the NE. The STS_PATH does not include STS for
the RTRV-CRS command because STS is not a standard designator as defined
by GR-833 A-2. <AID> is from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7 and
must not be null.
Input Example
RTRV-CRS-STS3C:KENWOOD:STS-6-1:223;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<FROM>,<TO>:<CCT>,<LEVEL>”
;
where:
•
<FROM> identifies an entity at one end of the STS cross connection and is the
AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7
•
<TO> identifies an entity at the other end of the STS cross connection and is the
AID from the “CrossConnectID” section on page 4-7
•
<CCT> identifies the cross connection type; valid values for <CCT> are shown
in the “CCT” section on page 4-23
•
<LEVEL> indicates the rate of the cross connected channel; valid values for
<LEVEL> are shown in the “STS_PATH” section on page 4-59
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“STS-6-1,STS-12-4:2WAY,STS3C”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.100 RTRV-CRS-VT1: Retrieve Virtual Tributary Cross Connect
This command retrieves the VT cross-connection information.
Notes:
1.
The UPSR VT cross connection can be retrieved by using “&” in the AID fields of this command.
To retrieve a 1-way selector or 2-way selector and bridge cross connection with:
from points: f1, f2
to points: t1
the output will be:
1-way:
“f1&f2,t1:CCT,1WAY”
2-way:
If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output form is the same as the 1-way output.
If retrieved on T1, the output will be:
“t1,f1&f2:CCT”
To retrieve a 1-way bridge or 2-way selector and bridge cross connection with:
from point: f1
to points: t1, t2
the output will be:
1-way:
“f1,t1&t2:CCT,1WAY”
2-way:
“t1&t2,f1:CCT”
To retrieve a 1-way subtending UPSR connection or 2-way subtending UPSR cross connection with:
from point: f1, f2
to points: t1, t2
the output will be:
1-way:
“f1&f2,t1&t2:CCT,1WAY”
2-way:
If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output format is the same as the 1-way output.
If retrieved on point t1 or t2, the output will be:
“t1&t2,f1&f2:CCT”
To retrieve a 2-way selector bridge cross connection with:
ENT-CRS-VT1::F1&F2,S1&S2:123::2WAY;
from points f1, f2 (f1 is the working side, f2 is the protect side)
selector: s1, s2 (s1 is the working side, s2 is the protect side)
the output will be:
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If retrieved on point f1 or f2, the output will be:
“f1&f2,s1&s2:CCT”
If retrieved on selector s1 or s2, the output will be:
“s1&s2,f1&f2:CCT”
2.
All a&b AIDs in the TL1 cross connection command are in the format of WorkingAid&ProtectAid
3.
Both 1WAYPCA and 2WAYPCA is used to specify a PCA cross connection.
Section
RTRV-CRS-VT1 Description
Category
Cross Connections
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
DLT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
DLT-CRS-VT1
ENT-CRS-<STS_PATH>
ENT-CRS-VT1
RTRV-CRS-<STS_PATH>
Input Format
RTRV-CRS-VT1:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
<AID> identifies VT to check for connection membership. <AID> can be
Facility, VT or ALL. The ALL AID defaults to NE which reports all the existing
cross connections of the NE. <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5 and
must not be null.
Input Example
RTRV-CRS-VT1:CISCO:VT1-1-1-1-1:1234;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<FROM>,<TO>:<CCT>”
;
where:
•
<FROM> indicates an identifier at one end of the VT cross connection and is the
AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
<TO> indicates an identifier at the other end of the VT cross connection and is
the AID from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
Valid values for <CCT> are shown in the “CCT” section on page 4-23
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“VT1-1-1-1-1,VT1-4-4-5-2:1WAY”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.101 RTRV-DS1: Retrieve DS1 Layer of DS3XM
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the test access attributes on the DS3XM card at the DS1 layer.
Section
RTRV-DS1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-DS1:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier of a DS1 layer entity on the DS3XM card; <AID>
is from the “DS1” section on page 4-10 and must not be null
Input Example
RTRV-DS1:PETALUMA:DS1-2-6-12:123;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[TACC=<TACC>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “DS1” section on page 4-10
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999; <TACC> is an integer and is
optional.
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“DS1-2-6-12::TACC=8”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.102 RTRV-EC1: Retrieve EC1
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the facility status of an EC1 card.
Section
RTRV-EC1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-EC1:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11 and must not be null
Input Example
RTRV-EC1:CISCO:FAC-1-1:1234;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[PJMON=<PJMON>,][LBO=<LBO>,][RXEQUAL=<RXEQUAL>]:
[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the facility AID of an EC1 port and is from the “FACILITY” section
on page 4-11
•
<PJMON> is the SONET pointer monitor attribute of an EC1 port; <PJMON> is
an integer and is optional
•
<LBO> is the line build-out value of an EC1 port; valid values for <LBO> are
shown in the “E_LBO” section on page 4-36, <LBO> is optional
•
<RXEQUAL> is the Rx Equalization attribute of an EC1 port and is always in Y
(enabled) state; valid values for <RXEQUAL> are shown in the “ON_OFF”
section on page 4-51, <RXEQUAL> is optional
•
<PST> is the state of an EC1 port; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST”
section on page 4-53, <PST> is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-1-1::PJMON=0,LBO=0-225,RXEQUAL=Y:IS”
;
Errors
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3.5.103 RTRV-EQPT: Retrieve Equipment
This command retrieves the data and state parameters associated with an equipment unit.
This command returns the PRTYPE, PROTID, RVTM and RVRTV parameters for a card inside of a
protection group by the following scenario:
1.
A working AID/card within a 1:1 protection group, the PRTYPE, PROTID, RVTM and RVRTV
attributes will be displayed.
2.
A protection AID/card within 1:1 protection group, the PRTYPE, RVTM and RVRTV attributes will
be displayed.
3.
A working AID/card within 1:N protection group, the PRTYPE, PROTID, RVTM and RVRTV=Y
attributes will be displayed.
4.
A protection AID/card within 1:1 protection group, the PRTYPE, RVTM and RVRTV=Y attributes
will be displayed.
5.
An unprotected AID/card, the AIDtype, equip (equip/unequip), status (act/standby), and state
(IS/OOS).
Error conditions:
1.
The equipment is not provisioned.
Section
RTRV-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Input Format
RTRV-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the access identifier from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11 and must
not be null.
RTRV-EQPT:MIRABEL:SLOT-12:230;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<AIDTYPE>,<EQUIP>,[<ROLE>],[<STATUS>]:
[PROTID=<PROTID>,][PRTYPE=<PRTYPE>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,]
[RVTM=<RVTM>,][CARDNAME=<CARDNAME>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the equipment unit identifier and is from the“EQPT” section on
page 4-11
•
<AIDTYPE> is a string
•
<EQUIP> indicates if the equipment unit is physically present; valid values for
<EQUIP> are shown in the “EQUIP” section on page 4-40
•
<ROLE> indicates if the card is the working unit or the protecting unit; valid
values for <ROLE> are shown in the “SIDE” section on page 4-56, <ROLE> is
optional
•
<STATUS> indicates the status. SONET card status is shown on it’s line/port
level. Valid values for <STATUS> are shown in the “STATUS” section on
page 4-57, <STATUS> is optional
•
<PROTID> indicates the protecting identifier; <PROTID> is the AID “PRSLOT”
section on page 4-8 and is optional
•
<PRTYPE> indicates the protection type; valid values for <PRTYPE> are shown
in the “PROTECTION_GROUP” section on page 4-53, <PRTYPE> is optional
•
<RVRTV> indicates the revertive mode; valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in
the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51, <RVRTV> is optional
•
<RVTM> indicates the revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55, <RVTM> is optional
•
<CARDNAME> indicates the card name from the hardware. It will be empty for
the preprovisioned card; <CARDNAME> is a string and is optional
•
<PST> indicates the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section
on page 4-53, <PST> is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SLOT-12:DS1,EQUIP,,ACT:PROTID=SLOT-13,PRTYPE=1-1,
RVRTV=Y,RVTM=8.5,CARDNAME=DESCRIPTION:IS”
;
Errors
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3.5.104 RTRV-EXT-CONT: Retrieve External Control
This command instructs the NE to report the control state of an external control. The command can be
used to audit the result of an OPR-EXT-CONT or a RLS-EXT-CONT command.
Notes:
1.
If the CONTTYPE is null, the existing conttype on this AID will be returned.
2.
The duration is not supported, it defaults to CONTS.
Section
RTRV-EXT-CONT Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Input Format
RTRV-EXT-CONT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<CONTTYPE>];
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
SET-ATTR-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must
not be null.
Note
For ONS 15327, only ENV-OUT-{1-2} is a valid AID for RTRV-EXT-CONT.
Note
For ONS 15454, only ENV-OUT-{1-4} and ENV-OUT-ALL are valid AIDs
for RTRV-EXT-CONT.
•
<CONTTYPE> is from the “CONTTYPE” section on page 4-34. A null value is
equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-EXT-CONT:CISCO:ENV-OUT-2:123::AIRCOND;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:[<CONTTYPE>],<DUR>,[<CONTSTATE>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> identifies the external control for which control state is being retrieved
and is from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<CONTTYPE> is the type of control for which control state is being retrieved;
valid values for <CONTTYPE> are shown in the “CONTTYPE” section on
page 4-34, <CONTTYPE> is optional
•
<DUR> is the duration for which the external control can be operated; valid
values for <DUR> are shown in the “DURATION” section on page 4-36
•
<CONTSTATE> is the control of the external control; valid values for
<CONTSTATE> are shown in the “CONT_MODE” section on page 4-34,
<CONTSTATE> is optional
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RTRV-EXT-CONT Description (continued)
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“ENV-OUT-2:AIRCOND,CONTS,OPEN”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.105 RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>: Retrieve Facility Protection Group (OC3, OC12,
OC48, OC192)
(OC192 supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the optical facility protection information.
Section
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description
Category
SONET Line Protection
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
DLT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
ENT-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>
EX-SW-<OCN_BLSR>
OPR-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
RLS-PROTNSW-<OCN_TYPE>
Input Format
RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the optical facility AID from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
and must not be null
RTRV-FFP-OC3:PETALUMA:FAC-1-1:1;
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RTRV-FFP-<OCN_TYPE> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<WORK>,<PROTECT>::[PROTID=<PROTID>,][RVRTV=<RVRTV>,]
[RVTM=<RVTM>,][PSDIRN=<PSDIRN>]”
;
where:
•
<WORK> identifies the working port and is the AID from the “FACILITY”
section on page 4-11
•
<PROTECT> identifies the protection port and is the AID from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<PROTID> is the protection group identifier (protection group name). It
defaults to the protecting port of the protection group; <PROTID> is a string, it
is optional and can have a maximum length of 32 characters
•
<RVRTV> identifies the revertive mode and defaults to N (non-revertive mode);
valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51,
<RVRTV> is optional
•
<RVTM> identifies the revertive time and defaults to 5.0 minutes; valid values
for <RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55,
<RVTM> is optional
•
<PSDIRN> indicates the switch mode and defaults to UNI. valid values for
<PSDIRN> are shown in the “UNI_BI” section on page 4-64, <PSDIRN> is
optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-2-1,FAC-1-1::PROTID=PROT_NAME,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=1.0,
PSDIRN=BI”
;
Errors
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3.5.106 RTRV-G1000: Retrieve G1000 Facility
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the G1000 facilities configuration.
Section
RTRV-G1000 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-G1000:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>;
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV_<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-T1
RTRV-T3
where:
•
<AID> is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11 and must not be null
Input Example
RTRV-G1000:TID:FAC-1-1:CTAG;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[MFS=<MFS>,][FLOW=<FLOW>,][LAN=<LAN>,]
[OPTICS=<OPTICS>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
Valid values for <MFS> are shown in the “MFS_TYPE” section on page 4-43;
<MFS> is optional
•
Valid values for <FLOW> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51;
<FLOW> is optional
•
Valid values for <LAN> are shown in the “FLOW” section on page 4-41; <LAN>
is optional
•
Valid values for <OPTICS> are shown in the “OPTICS” section on page 4-51;
<OPTICS> is optional
•
Valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on page 4-53; <PST> is
optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-1-1::MFS=9032,FLOW=N,LAN=ASYMMETRIC,
OPTICS=UNKNOWN:OOS”
;
Errors
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3.5.107 RTRV-HDR: Retrieve Header
This command instructs the NE to return the header of a TL1 response message. Used by TL1 clients to
determine if the link to the NE is still active and if the NE is responding to commands.
Section
RTRV-HDR Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
Input Format
RTRV-HDR:[<TID>]::<CTAG>;
Input Example
RTRV-HDR:SONOMA::232;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
3.5.108 RTRV-INV: Retrieve Inventory
This command queries the NE and returns a listing of the equipment inventory. For each unit in the
system, it identifies the unit's firmware numbers and the unit's CLEI code.
.
Section
RTRV-INV Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
Input Format
RTRV-INV:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the access identifier from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11 and must
not be null
RTRV-INV:OCCIDENTAL:SLOT-15:301;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,<AIDTYPE>::[PN=<PN>,][HWREV=<HWREV>,]
[FWREV=<FWREV>,][SN=<SN>,][CLEI=<CLEI>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<AIDTYPE> specifies the type of AID and is a string
•
<PN> is the HW part number; <PN> is a string and is optional
•
<HWREV> is the HW Rev; <HWREV> is a string and is optional
•
<FWREV> is the firmware Rev; <FWREV> is a string and is optional
•
<SN> is the serial number; <SN> is a string and is optional
•
<CLEI> is a string and is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SLOT-15,OC3-IR-4::PN=87-31-00002,HWREV=004K,
FWREV=76-99-00009-004A,SN=013510,CLEI=NOCLEI”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.109 RTRV-LOG: Retrieve Log
This command retrieves the alarm log of the NE.
Note
The only option reported for LOGNM is ALARM.
Section
RTRV-LOG Description
Category
Log
Security
Superuser
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-DBCHG
INH-MSG-DBCHG
REPT DBCHG
Input Format
RTRV-LOG:[<TID>]::<CTAG>::<LOGNM>;
where:
•
Input Example
<LOGNM> is the log name - ALARM; <LOGNM> is a string and must not be
null
RTRV-LOG:CISCO::123::ALARM;
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Output Format
RTRV-LOG Description (continued)
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,<ALMNUMBER>:CURRENT=<CURRENT>,
[PREVIOUS=<PREVIOUS>,]<CONDITION>,<SRVEFF>,
[TIME=<OCRTIME>,][DATE=<OCRDAT>]:<ALMDESCR>”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<ALMNUMBER> is the alarm number of the log and is an integer
•
<CURRENT> is the current severity; valid values for <CURRENT> are shown
in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<PREVIOUS> is the previous severity; valid values for <PREVIOUS> are
shown in the “COND_EFF” section on page 4-24, <PREVIOUS> is optional
•
<CONDITION> is the condition; valid values for <CONDITION> are shown in
the “CONDITION” section on page 4-24
•
<SRVEFF> is the service effect; valid values for <SRVEFF> are shown in the
“SERV_EFF” section on page 4-56
•
<OCRTIME> is the time an alarm is triggered; <OCRTIME> is a Time and is
optional
•
<OCRDAT> is the date an alarm is triggered; <OCRDAT> is a Date and is
optional
•
<ALMDESCR> is the alarm description and is a string
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-3-1,18:CURRENT=MJ,PREVIOUS=CL,EOC,NSA,TIME=16-33-04,
DATE=1971-02-03:\“SDCC TERMINATION FAILURE\””
;
Errors
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3.5.110 RTRV-NE-GEN: Retrieve Network Element General
This command is used to retrieve the general NE attributes.
Section
RTRV-NE-GEN Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
Input Format
RTRV-NE-GEN:[<TID>]::<CTAG>;
Input Example
RTRV-NE-GEN:CISCO::123;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“[IPADDR=<IPADDR>,][IPMASK=<IPMASK>,][DEFRTR=<DEFRTR>,]
[NTP=<NTP>,][NAME=<NAME>,][SWVER=<SWVER>,][LOAD=<LOAD>]”
;
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
Output
Example
•
<IPADDR> indicates the node IP address; <IPADDR> is a string and is optional
•
<IPMASK> indicates the node IP mask; <IPMASK> is a string and is optional
•
<DEFRTR> indicates the node default router; <DEFRTR> is a string and is
optional
•
<NTP> indicates the node’s NTP timing source address; <NTP> is a string and
is optional
•
<NAME> is the node name; <NAME> is a string and is optional
•
<SWVER> is the software version; <SWVER> is a string and is optional
•
<LOAD> is the load version; <LOAD> is a string and is optional
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“IPADDR=192.168.100.52,IPMASK=255.255.255.0,
DEFRTR=192.168.100.1,NTP=192.168.100.52,NAME=NODENAME,
SWVER=2.01.03,LOAD=02.13-E09A-08.15”
;
Errors
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3.5.111 RTRV-NE-IPMAP: Retrieve Network Element IPMAP
This command indicates the IP address and node name of the DCC connected node which is connected
to the AID specified.
Section
RTRV-NE-IPMAP Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
Input Format
RTRV-NE-IPMAP:[<TID>]:[<AID>]:<CTAG>;
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
<AID> is the port of an NE carrying a DCC connection; <AID> is from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11 and a null value defaults to the whole NE. A
null value is equivalent to ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-NE-IPMAP:CISCO:FAC-12-1:123;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<IPADDR>,<NODENAME>”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> is the port of an NE carrying a DCC connection and is from the
“FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<IPADDR> is the IP address and is a string
•
<NODENAME> is the node name and is a string
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-12-1:172.20.208.225,TID-000”
;
Errors
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3.5.112 RTRV-NE-SYNCN: Retrieve Network Element Synchronization
This command is used to retrieve the synchronization attributes of the NE.
Notes:
1.
Although mixed mode timing is supported in this release, it is not recommended. See the “Mixed
Mode Timing Support” section on page 1-7 for more information.
2.
The existing external and line modes have the same functionality in all 3.x releases:
– External mode: the node derives its timing from the BITS inputs.
– Line mode: the node derives its timing from the SONET line(s).
– Mixed mode: the node derives its timing from the BITS input or SONET lines.
Section
RTRV-NE-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-BITS
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
Input Format
RTRV-NE-SYNCN:[<TID>]::<CTAG>[::::];
Input Example
RTRV-NE-SYNCN:CISCO::123;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“::[TMMD=<TMMD>,][SSMGEN=<SSMGEN>,][QRES=<QRES>,]
[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>]”
;
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE IPMAP
RTRV-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
SET-TOD
where:
•
<TMMD> is the timing mode; valid values for <TMMD> are shown in the
“TIMING_MODE” section on page 4-63, <TMMD> is optional
•
<SSMGEN> is the SSM generator; valid values for <SSMGEN> are shown in the
“SYNC_GENERATION” section on page 4-60, <SSMGEN> is optional
•
<QRES> is the quality of RES; valid values for <QRES> are shown in the
“SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL” section on page 4-61, <QRES> is optional
•
<RVRTV> is the revertive mode; valid values for <RVRTV> are shown in the
“ON_OFF” section on page 4-51, <RVRTV> is optional
•
<RVTM> is the revertive time; valid values for <RVTM> are shown in the
“REVERTIVE_TIME” section on page 4-55, <RVTM> is optional
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Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“::TMMD=LINE,SSMGEN=GEN1,QRES=ABOVE-PRS,RVRTV=Y,RVTM=8.0”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.113 RTRV-PM-<MOD2>: Retrieve Performance (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3,
VT1)
(DS1, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the values of PM parameters for a specified card type.
<MONTYPE>, <MONLEV>, <MONDAT> and <MONTM> are supported in this release.
<MONLEV> is in the format of LEV-DIRN. Valid values for <DIRN> are shown in the “DIRN” section
on page 4-35.
The format of <MONDAT> is MM-DD, where MM (month of the year) ranges from 1–12 and DD (day
of the month) ranges from 1–31.
The format for <MONTM> is HH-MM, where HH (hour of the day) ranges from 0–23 and MM (minute
of the hour) ranges from 0–59.
Notes:
1.
If the <TMPER> is 1-DAY, <MONTM> is not applicable (null), and is treated as null if <MONTM>
is not null.
2.
A null value for <MONLEV> defaults to 1-UP.
3.
A null value for <MONDAT> defaults to the current date (MM-DD).
4.
A null value for <MONTM> defaults to the current time (HH-MM).
Section
RTRV-PM-<MOD2> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
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RTRV-PM-<MOD2> Description (continued)
Input Format
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MONTYPE>],[
<MONLEV>],[<LOCN>],[<DIRN>],[<TMPER>],[<DATE>],[<TIME>];
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier. All the STS, VT1_5, FACILITY and DS1 AIDs
are supported; <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5 and must not be
null
•
<MONTYPE> indicates the type of the monitored parameter; valid values for
<MONTYPE> are shown in the “ALL_MONTYPE” section on page 4-19. A
null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<MONLEV> specifies the discriminating level for the requested monitored
parameter. <MONLEV> is in the format of LEVEL-DIRN where LEVEL is the
measured value of the monitored parameter (MONVAL) and valid values for
DIRN are shown in the “DIRN” section on page 4-35. A null value for
<MONLEV> defaults to 1-UP. <MONLEV> is a string and a null value is
equivalent to ALL.
•
<LOCN> indicates the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<DIRN> is the direction of PM relative to the entity identified by the AID.
<DIRN> defaults to ALL, which means that the command initializes all the
registers irrespective of the PM direction. Valid values for <DIRN> are shown
in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<TMPER> indicates the accumulation time period for the PM information. If
the <TMPER> is 1-DAY, <MONTM> is not applicable (null), and is treated as
null if <MONTM> is not null. Valid values for <TMPER> are shown in the
“TMPER” section on page 4-63. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<DATE> is the beginning date of the PM or storage register period specified in
<TMPER>. The format of <MONDAT> is MM-DD, where MM (month of
year> ranges from 1–12 and DD (day of month) ranges from 1–31. A null value
for <MONDAT> defaults to the current date. <DATE> is a date and a null value
is equivalent to ALL.
•
<TIME> is the beginning time of day of the PM or storage register period
specified in <TMPER>. The format for <MONTM> is HH-MM, where HH
(hour of day) ranges from 0–23 and MM (minute of hour) ranges from 0–59. A
null value for <MONTM> defaults to the current time (HH-MM). <TIME> is a
time and a null value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-PM-T1:TID:FAC-2-1:123::CVL,10-UP,NEND,BTH,15-MIN,04-11,12-45;
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RTRV-PM-<MOD2> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:<MONTYPE>,<MONVAL>,[<VLDTY>],
[<LOCN>],[<DIRN>],[<TMPER>],[<MONDAT>],[<MONTM>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<AIDTYPE> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown
in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<MONTYPE> indicates the type of monitored parameter; valid values for
<MONTYPE> are shown in the “ALL_MONTYPE” section on page 4-19
•
<MONVAL> is the measured value of the monitored parameter and is an integer
•
<VLDTY> is the validity indicator of historical monitoring information; valid
values for <VLDTY> are shown in the “VALIDITY” section on page 4-64,
<VLDTY> is optional
•
<LOCN> indicates the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42, <LOCN> is optional
•
<DIRN> is the direction of PM relative to the entity identified by the AID; valid
values for <DIRN> are shown in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35,
<DIRN> is optional
•
<TMPER> indicates the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid
values for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63,
<TMPER> is optional
•
<MONDAT> is the beginning date of the PM or storage register period specified
in <TMPER>. The format of <MONDAT> is MM-DD, where MM (month of
year> ranges from 1–12 and DD (day of month) ranges from 1–31. <MONDAT>
is a string and is optional.
•
<MONTM> is the beginning time of the day of the PM or storage register period
specified in <TMPER>. The format for <MONTM> is HH-MM, where HH
(hour of day) ranges from 0– 23 and MM (minute of hour) ranges from 0–59.
<MONTM> is a string and is optional.
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-2-1,DS1-14:CVL,21,COMPL,NEND,BTH,15-MIN,04-11,12-45”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.114 RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Performance Mode of PM Data
Collection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to send the type of PM mode that has been previously set in the
NE. This command can be used to identify whether the PM parameters are Section, Line or Path type,
and to identify whether or not the PM are being collected by the NE.
This command returns the categories that are enabled only.
The PM mode and state of an entity is set by using the SET-PMMODE command.
Notes:
1.
This near end monitoring of the intermediate-path PM (IPPM) only supports OC-3, OC-12, OC-48,
OC-48AS, OC-192, and EC-1 on STS Path.
2.
The far end PM data collection is not supported by the current ONS 15454 in this release.
3.
This release of software will support only the Path (P) mode type PM parameters with this
command, that is, this command will not be applicable for Line (L) and Section (S) mode types. It
should be noted that the PM monitoring for Line (L) and Section (S) are supported by the ONS
15454, and the storing PM data is always performed.
4.
This command only returns the categories that are enabled (pmstate is ON), and does not return the
categories that are disabled (pmstate is OFF).
Section
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
Input Format
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:AID>:<CTAG>::<LOCN>;
where:
Input Example
•
<AID> identifies the entity from where the PM mode is being retrieved; <AID>
is from the “STS” section on page 4-12 and must not be null
•
<LOCN> identifies the location from where the PM mode is being retrieved and
valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the “LOCATION” section on page 4-42;
<LOCN> must not be null
RTRV-PMMODE-STS1:CISCO:STS-4-2:123::NEND;
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RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH> Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:[<LOCN>],<MODETYPE>”
;
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity from where the PM mode is being retrieved; <AID>
is from the “STS” section on page 4-12
•
<LOCN> identifies the location from where the PM mode is being retrieved;
valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the “LOCATION” section on page 4-42.
<LOCN> is optional.
•
<MODETYPE> identifies whether or not the PM mode type is turned on or off;
valid values for <MODETYPE> are shown in the “PM_MODE” section on
page 4-52
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“STS-4-2:NEND,P”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.115 RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>: Retrieve Path Trace (STS1, STS3C, STS6C,
STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to retrieve the contents of the SONET path trace message that is
transported in the J1 byte of the SONET STS Path.
The path trace message is a 64-character string with the last two characters reserved for the terminating
CR (carriage return) and the LF (line feed). The message can be an incoming path trace message, an
expected incoming path trace message, or an outgoing path trace message which is inserted into the path
overhead of the outgoing signal.
The path trace mode has three modes: OFF, MANUAL, and AUTO. The path trace mode defaults to OFF
mode. The MANUAL mode performs the comparison of the received string with the user-entered
expected string. The AUTO mode performs the comparison of the present received string with an
expected string set to a previously received string. If there is a mismatch, the TIM-P alarm is raised.
When the path trace mode is in OFF mode, there is no path trace processing, and all the alarm and state
conditions are reset.
When the expected string is queried under the OFF path trace mode, the expected string is a copy of the
provisioned string or NULL. When an expected string is queried under the MANUAL path trace mode,
the expected string is a copy of the user-entered string. When an expected string is queried under the
AUTO path trace mode, the expected string is a copy of the acquired received string or NULL if the
string has not been acquired.
When the incoming string is queried under the OFF path trace mode, the incoming string is NULL. When
an incoming string is queried under the MANUAL or AUTO path trace mode, the incoming string is a
copy of the received string or NULL if the string has not been received.
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When the transmitted string is queried under the OFF, MANUAL or AUTO path trace mode, the
transmitted string is the provisioned transmit string.
Notes:
1.
A null value for the <MSGTYPE> defaults to INCTRC.
2.
Only the NEND of the <LOCN> value is supported. A null value of the <LOCN> defaults to NEND.
3.
Sending a FEND of the <LOCN> with this command, an “unsupported locn value” error message
will display.
4.
J1 (EXPTRC/INCTRC) is implemented on the DS1/DS1N, DS3E/DS3NE, DS3XM, EC1, OC3,
OC48AS and OC192 cards.
5.
TRC is supported only on DS1(N), DS3(N)E, and DS3XM cards.
Section
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
STS and VT Paths
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-VT1
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-VT1
Input Format
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MSGTYPE>]
[:<LOCN>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “STS” section on page 4-12 and must not
be null
•
<MSGTYPE> is the type of trace message to be retrieved; valid values for
<MSGTYPE> are shown in the “MSGTYPE” section on page 4-49 and a null
value defaults to INCTRC. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<LOCN> is the location of the trace message; valid values for <LOCN> are
shown in the “LOCATION” section on page 4-42. A null value is equivalent to
ALL.
Input Example
RTRV-PTHTRC-STS1:CISCO:STS-2-1:123::EXPTRC:NEND;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<TRACMSG>”
;
where:
•
<TRACMSG> is the Path Trace message returned to the requester. The message
should be up 64 characters in length.The user is allowed to enter up to 62
characters, the last two characters are reserved for the terminating CR (carriage
return) and LF (line feed); <TRACMSG> is a string
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“TRACMSG”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.116 RTRV-SYNCN: Retrieve Synchronization
This command retrieves the synchronization reference list used to determine the sources for the NE's
reference clock and the BITS output clock. For each clock, up to three synchronization sources may be
specified (e.g. PRIMARY, SECOND, THIRD).
Notes:
1.
To retrieve/set the timing mode, SSM message Set or Quality of RES information, use the
RTRV-NE-SYNCN and ED-NE-SYNCN commands.
2.
The output example shown here is under line timing mode.
Section
RTRV-SYNCN Description
Category
Synchronization
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-BITS
ED-NE-SYNCN
ED-SYNCN
OPR-SYNCNSW
REPT ALM BITS
REPT ALM SYNCN
REPT EVT BITS
REPT EVT SYNCN
Input Format
RTRV-SYNCN:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::::];
RLS-SYNCNSW
RTRV-ALM-BITS
RTRV-ALM-SYNCN
RTRV-BITS
RTRV-COND-BITS
RTRV-COND-SYNCN
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
where:
•
<AID> identifies the synchronization reference to retrieve; <AID> is from the
“SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15, is listable and must not be null
Input Example
RTRV-SYNCN:BOYES:SYNC-NE:234;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>:<REF>,<REFVAL>,[<QREF>],[<STATUS>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the synchronization reference to be modified and is from the
“SYNC_REF” section on page 4-15
•
<REF> is the rank of the synchronization reference and is the AID from the
“SYNCSW” section on page 4-16
•
<REFVAL> is the value of the synchronization reference and is the AID from
the “SYN_SRC” section on page 4-14
•
<QREF> is the quality of the RES; valid values for <QREF> are shown in the
“SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL” section on page 4-61, <QREF> is optional
•
<STATUS> is the active status of the synchronization source; valid values for
<STATUS> are shown in the “STATUS” section on page 4-57, <STATUS> is
optional
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Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“SYNC-NE:PRI,FAC-1-2,PRS,ACT”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.117 RTRV-T1: Retrieve T1 Facility
This command retrieves the DS-1 facilities configuration.
(The facilities are on the XTC card for the ONS 15327)
Section
RTRV-T1 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV <MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-T1:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
RST <MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T3
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the access identifier; <AID> is the AID from the “FACILITY” section
on page 4-11 and must not be null
RTRV-T1:TID:FAC-2-1:1223;
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RTRV-T1 Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[LINECDE=<LINECDE>,][FMT=<FMT>,]
[LBO=<LBO>,][TACC=<TACC>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<LINECDE> is the line code; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“LINE_CODE” section on page 4-42, <LINECDE> is optional
•
<FMT> is the frame format; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“FRAME_FORMAT” section on page 4-41, <FMT> is optional
•
<LBO> is the line buildout; valid values for <LBO> are shown in the
“LINE_BUILDOUT” section on page 4-42, <LBO> is optional
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 1–999; <TACC> is an integer and is
optional.
•
<PST> is the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53, <PST> is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-2-1::LINECDE=AMI,FMT=ESF,LBO=0-131,TACC=8:OOS”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.118 RTRV-T3: Retrieve T3
This command retrieves the facility properties of a DS3 and a DS3XM card.
(The facilities are on the XTC card for the ONS 15327)
Notes:
1.
CTC can set the FMT attribute of a DS3(N)E line to autoprovision to set the framing based on the
framing is coming in. This would result in the FMT field being blanked out for a few seconds
blanked forever for a preprovisioned DS3(N)E card on CTC.
2.
The autoprovision is not considered a valid DS3 framing type. It is used only to trigger an autosense
and subsequent autoprovisioning of a valid DS3 framing type (unframed, M23, C-BIT).
3.
TL1 does not have the autoprovision mode according to GR-199. TL1 maps/returns the
autoprovision to be the unframed framing type.
Section
RTRV-T3 Description
Category
Ports
Security
Retrieve
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Related
Messages
ED-<OCN_TYPE>
ED-DS1
ED-EC1
ED-G1000
ED-T1
ED-T3
RMV-<MOD_PORT>
Input Format
RTRV-T3:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
RST-<MOD_PORT>
RTRV-<OCN_TYPE>
RTRV-DS1
RTRV-EC1
RTRV-G1000
RTRV-T1
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11 and
must not be null
Input Example
RTRV-T3:CISCO:FAC-1-2:123;
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[FMT=<FMT>,][LINECDE=<LINECDE>,]
[LBO=<LBO>,][TACC=<TACC>]:[<PST>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “FACILITY” section on page 4-11
•
<FMT> is the frame format; valid values for <FMT> are shown in the
“DS_LINE_TYPE” section on page 4-36, <FMT> is optional
•
<LINECDE> is the line code; valid values for <LINECDE> are shown in the
“DS_LINE_CODE” section on page 4-35, <LINECDE> is optional
•
<LBO> is the line buildout; valid values for <LBO> are shown in the “E_LBO”
section on page 4-36, <LBO> is optional
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 1–999; <TACC> is an integer and is
optional
•
<PST> is the state; valid values for <PST> are shown in the “PST” section on
page 4-53, <PST> is optional
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-1-2::FMT=C-BIT,LINECDE=B3ZS,LBO=0-225,TACC=8:IS”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.119 RTRV-TH-<MOD2>: Retrieve Threshold (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12, OC48,
OC192, STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C, T1, T3,
VT1)
(DS1, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command retrieves the threshold level of one or more monitored parameters.
Section
RTRV-TH-<MOD2> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
Input Format
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MONTYPE>],
[<LOCN>],[<TMPER>];
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5 and must not
be null
•
<MONTYPE> is the monitored type and defaults to CVL; valid values for
<MONTYPE> are shown in the “ALL_MONTYPE” section on page 4-19. A
null value is equivalent to ALL.
Note
Input Example
<MONTYPE> defaults to: CVL for OCN, EC1and DSN, ESP for STSp,
UASV for VT1, AISSP for DS1 layer of DS3XM. LOCN defaults to NEND.
TMPER defaults to 15 minutes.
•
<LOCN> is the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42. A null value is equivalent to ALL.
•
<TMPER> indicates the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid
values for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63. A null
value is equivalent to ALL.
RTRV-TH-T3:CISCO:FAC-1-3:1234::CVL,NEND,15-MIN;
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>,[<AIDTYPE>]:<MONTYPE>,[<LOCN>],,<THLEV>,[<TMPER>]”
;
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<AIDTYPE> specifies the type of AID; valid values for <AIDTYPE> are shown
in the “MOD2B” section on page 4-45, <AIDTYPE> is optional
•
<MONTYPE> indicates the monitored type; valid values for <MONTYPE> are
shown in the “ALL_MONTYPE” section on page 4-19
•
<LOCN> is the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42, <LOCN> is optional
•
<THLEV> is the threshold value and is an integer
•
<TMPER> is the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid values
for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63, <TMPER> is
optional
Output
Example
TID-0001998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“FAC-1-3,DS3:CVL,NEND,,1,15-MIN”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.120 RTRV-TOD: Retrieve Time of Day
This command queries the NE and displays the system date and time at the instant when the command
was executed. The time returned is in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Section
RTRV-TOD Description
Category
System
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
Input Format
RTRV-TOD:[<TID>]::<CTAG>;
Input Example
RTRV-TOD:CAZADERO::230;
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
SET-TOD
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Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<YEAR>,<MONTH>,<DAY>,<HOUR>,
<MINUTE>,<SECOND>,<TMTYPE>”
;
where:
•
<YEAR> is the current calendar year and is a string
•
<MONTH> is the month of the year and ranges from 01–12; <MONTH> is a
string
•
<DAY> is the day of the month and ranges from 01–31; <DAY> is a string
•
<HOUR> is the hour of the day and ranges from 00–23; <HOUR> is a string
•
<MINUTE> is the minute of the hour and ranges from 00–59; <MINUTE> is a
string
•
<SECOND> is the second of the minute and ranges from 00–59; <SECOND> is
a string
•
<TMTYPE> identifies the time zone and is a string
Output
Example
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“1998,05,08,17,01,33,UTC”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.121 RTRV-VT1: Retrieve Virtual Tributary
This command retrieves the attributes associated with a VT1 path.
Note
Both RVRTV and RVTM parameters only apply to UPSR.
Section
RTRV-VT1 Description
Category
STS and VT Paths
Security
Retrieve
Related
Messages
ED-<STS_PATH>
ED-VT1
RTRV-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-PTHTRC-<STS_PATH>
Input Format
RTRV-VT1:[<TID>]:<aid>:<CTAG>[::::];
where:
•
Input Example
<AID> is the access identifier from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17 and must
not be null
RTRV-VT1:CISCO:VT1-2-4-1-2:123;
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RTRV-VT1 Description (continued)
Output Format
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG COMPLD
“<AID>::[RVRTV=<RVRTV>,][RVTM=<RVTM>,][TACC=<TACC>]”
;
where:
Output
Example
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “VT1_5” section on page 4-17
•
<RVRTV> is the revertive mode which only applies to UPSR VT1 path.
<RVRTV> defaults to N (non-revertive mode) when UPSR VT1 is created; valid
values for <RVRTV> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51 and
<RVRTV> is optional
•
<RVTM> is the revertive time which only applies to UPSR VT1.<RVTM>
defaults to empty because <RVRTV> is N when UPSR VT1 is created. Valid
values for <RVTM> are shown in the “REVERTIVE_TIME” section on
page 4-55 and <RVTM> is optional.
•
<TACC> defines the STS as a test access port with a selected unique TAP
number. The TAP number ranges from 0–999; <TACC> is optional.
TID-000 1998-06-20 14:30:00
M 001 COMPLD
“VT1-2-4-1-2::RVRTV=Y,RVTM=1.0,TACC=8”
;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.122 SET-ATTR-CONT: Set Attribute Control
This command instructs the NE to set the attributes associated with an external control. The attributes
are used when an external control is operated or released. To send the attributes, use the
RTRV-ATTR-CONT command.
Note
If the <CONTTYPE> parameter is not specified, the control specified by <AID> is unprovisioned.
Section
SET-ATTR-CONT Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-ENV
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SET-ATTR-CONT Description (continued)
Input Format
SET-ATTR-CONT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>[::<CONTTYPE>];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the external control for which attributes are being retrieved
and is from the “ENV” section on page 4-10
•
<CONTTYPE> is the type of external control for which the attribute is being
retrieved; valid values for <CONTTYPE> are shown in the “CONTTYPE”
section on page 4-34
Input Example
SET-ATTR-CONT:CISCO:ENV-OUT-1:123::AIRCOND;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.123 SET-ATTR-ENV: Set Attribute Environment
This command sets the attributes associated with an external control.
Note
If the <NTFCNCDE>, <ALMTYPE>, and <ALMMSG> parameters are omitted, the environmental
alarm specified by <AID> is unprovisioned.
Section
SET-ATTR-ENV Description
Category
Environmental Alarms and Controls
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
OPR-EXT-CONT
REPT ALM ENV
REPT EVT ENV
RLS-EXT-CONT
RTRV-ALM-ENV
Input Format
SET-ATTR-ENV:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<NTFCNCDE>],
[<ALMTYPE>],[<ALMMSG>];
RTRV-ATTR-CONT
RTRV-ATTR-ENV
RTRV-COND-ENV
RTRV-EXT-CONT
SET-ATTR-CONT
where:
•
<AID> is the access identifier from the “ENV” section on page 4-10 and must
not be null
•
<NTFCNCDE> is the notification code; valid values for <NTFCNCDE> are
shown in the “NOTIF_CODE” section on page 4-49
•
<ALMTYPE> is the alarm type for the environmental alarm; valid values for
<ALMTYPE> are shown in the “ENV_ALM” section on page 4-36
•
<ALMMSG> is the alarm message and is a string
Input Example
SET-ATTR-ENV:CISCO:ENV-IN-1:123::MJ,OPENDR,\”OPEN DOOR\”;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.124 SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>: Set Performance Mode of PM Data
Collection (STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C)
(STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs a SONET NE to set the mode and to turn on or off the mode of the PM data
collection. The Cisco ONS 15454 is capable of collecting and storing section, line and path PM data.
The PM mode and state of an entity are retrieved by using the RTRV-PMMODE command.
Notes:
1.
The near end monitoring of the intermediate-path PM (IPPM) only supports OC-3, OC-12, OC-48,
OC-48AS, OC-192, and EC-1 on STS Path.
2.
The far end PM data collection is not supported for the ONS 15454 in this release.
3.
This release of software will support only the Path (P) mode type PM parameters with this
command, that is, this command is not applicable for Line (L) and Section (S) mode types.
Note
The PM monitoring for Line (L) and Section (S) are supported by the ONS 15454, and the
storing PM data is always performed.
Section
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-TH-<MOD2>
Input Format
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>:[<TID>]:<AID>:
<CTAG>::<LOCN>,<MODETYPE>,[<PMSTATE>];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the entity from where the PM mode is being set; <AID> is
from the “STS” section on page 4-12
•
<LOCN> identifies the location to which the PM mode is to be set and only
supports near end PM data collection; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in
the “LOCATION” section on page 4-42
•
<MODETYPE> identifies the type of PM parameters; only the Path (P) PM
parameter is supported and valid values for <MODETYPE> are shown in the
“PM_MODE” section on page 4-52
•
<PMSTATE> directs the named PM mode type to turn On or Off and a null value
defaults to On; valid values for <PMSTATE> are shown in the “PM_STATE”
section on page 4-52
Input Example
SET-PMMODE-STS1:CISCO:STS-4-2:123::NEND,P,ON;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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3.5.125 SET-TH-<MOD2>: Set Threshold (DS1, EC1, OC3, OC12,OC48, OC192,
STS1, STS3C, STS6C, STS9C, STS12C, STS24C, STS48C, STS192C,T1, T3, VT1)
(DS1, EC1, OC192, STS192C supported for ONS 15454 only)
This command sets the threshold of PM parameters.
Section
SET-TH-<MOD2> Description
Category
Performance
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
INIT-REG-<MOD2>
RTRV-PM-<MOD2>
RTRV-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
RTRV-TH-<MOD2>
SET-PMMODE-<STS_PATH>
SET-TH-<MOD2>:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::<MONTYPE>,
<THLEV>,[<LOCN>],,[<TMPER>];
Input Format
where:
•
<AID> indicates the access identifier. All the STS, VT1, Facility and DS1 AIDs
are supported and <AID> is from the “ALL” section on page 4-5
•
<MONTYPE> is the monitored value; valid values for <MONTYPE> are shown
in the “ALL_MONTYPE” section on page 4-19
•
<THLEV> is the threshold value and is an integer
•
<LOCN> is the location; valid values for <LOCN> are shown in the
“LOCATION” section on page 4-42
•
<TMPER> is the accumulation time period for the PM information; valid values
for <TMPER> are shown in the “TMPER” section on page 4-63
Input Example
SET-TH-T3:CISCO:FAC-1-1:123::CVL,12,NEND,,15-MIN;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.126 SET-TOD: Set Time of Day
This command sets the system date and time for the NE. The year should be entered using four digits
while the hour should be entered using a 24-hour time period (i.e. military time).
Section
SET-TOD Description
Category
System
Security
Provisioning
Related
Messages
ALW-MSG-ALL
ED-DAT
ED-NE-GEN
ED-NE-SYNCN
INH-MSG-ALL
INIT-SYS
RTRV-HDR
RTRV-INV
RTRV-NE-GEN
RTRV-NE-IPMAP
RTRV-NE-SYNCN
RTRV-TOD
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SET-TOD Description (continued)
Input Format
SET-TOD:[<TID>]::<CTAG>::<YEAR>,<MONTH>,<DAY>,<HOUR>,
<MINUTE>,<SECOND>,[<DIFFERENCE>][:DST=<DST>];
where:
•
<YEAR> is the current calendar year and is an integer
•
<MONTH> is the month of the year and ranges from 01–12; <MONTH> is an
integer
•
<DAY> is the day of the month and ranges from 01–31; <DAY> is an integer
•
<HOUR> is the hour of the day and ranges from 00–24; <HOUR> is an integer
•
<MINUTE> is the minute of the hour and ranges from 00–60; <MINUTE> is an
integer
•
<SECOND> is the second of the minute and ranges from 00–59; second is an
integer
•
<DIFFERENCE> is the number of minutes off UTC and is an integer
•
<DST> identifies if the time is a Daylight Saving Time (Y) or not (N); valid
values for <DST> are shown in the “ON_OFF” section on page 4-51
Input Example
SET-TOD:CAZADERO::240::1998,05,08,13,18,55,480:DST=Y;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.127 SW-DX-EQPT: Switch Duplex Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command switches an XC/XCVT card with the mate card within the NE.
Note
If sending a mode parameter with a value other than NORM, FRCD, or NULL, the IDNV (Input, Data
Not Valid) error message will be returned.
Section
SW-DX-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
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SW-DX-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Format
SW-DX-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MODE>][,];
where:
•
<AID> identifies the equipment (XC/XCVT) unit in the NE that is to be switched
with its mate unit; <AID> is from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
Valid values for <MODE> are shown in the “CMD_MODE” section on
page 4-23
Input Example
SW-DX-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-1:123::FRCD
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.128 SW-TOPROTN-EQPT: Switch to Protection Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to perform an equipment unit protection switch.
This command is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM, and EC1). DS1 and DS3
cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1 equipment
protection.
This command will switch the traffic from the working card specified in the AID to the protect card.
There is a priority for the switch to protection commands. In a 1:N protection group with N > 1, consider
two working cards - A and B. Card A is switched to the protect card with the SW-TOPROTN command.
If card B is pulled from the system, the protect card will carry the traffic of card B and card A will raise
the FAILTOSW condition and carry traffic. When card B is replaced and the revert timer expires, card
B will carry traffic and card A will switch to the protect card. The FAILTOSW condition on card A will
be cleared. Note:1:N protection groups in the system are always revertive.
In a revertive protection group, the unit specified by the AID will raise the standing condition of
WKSWPR if the command were executed without an error. In a non-revertive protection group, the unit
specified by the AID will raise the transient condition of WKSWPR if the command were executed
without an error.
Notes:
1.
The default PROTID is the protecting unit if there is only one protection unit per protection group
in the NE, otherwise a DENY error message will be responsed.
2.
This command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH or null. A command with
any other value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid)
error message will be responsed
3.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will generate an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
4.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will generate an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use the OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
5.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message will be responsed.
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6.
If this command is sent to a missing working card, the SWFA (Status, Working Unit Failed) error
message will be responsed.
7.
If this command is used on a protection card, the IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error
message will be responsed.
8.
If sending a mode parameter with a value other than NORM, FRCD, or null, the IDNV (Input, Data
Not Valid) error message will be responsed.
9.
If sending the SW-TOPROTN command to a working card when the working card has raised
INHSWPR, the SWLD (Status, Working Unit Locked) error message will be responsed.
10. If sending the SW-TOPROTN command to a working card when the protection card has raised
INHSWPR, the SPLD (Status, Protection Unit Locked) error message will be responsed.
11. If sending the SW-TOPROTN command to an active working card when the protect card is already
carrying traffic. This only occurs in a 1:N protection group with N greater than one, the SNVS
(Status, Not in Valid State) error message will be responsed.
12. If sending the SW-TOPROTN command to an active working card when the protect card is failed or
missing, the SPFA (Status, Protection Unit Failed) error message will be responsed.
13.
If sending this command to a standby working card, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid State) error
message will be responsed.
Section
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Input Format
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MODE>],
[<PROTID>],[<DIRN>];
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOWKG-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the parameter that specifies the working unit which will have traffic
switched to protection and is from the “EQPT” section on page 4-11
•
<MODE> is the parameter that will only support the NORM value. The null
value for <MODE> will default to NORM. Sending the FRCD value for
<MODE> will generate the same switching behavior as sending the NORM
value. Valid values for <MODE> are shown in the “CMD_MODE” section on
page 4-23
•
<PROTID> identifies the protection unit to be switched when there is more than
one protection unit within the NE; <PROTID> is the AID from the “PRSLOT”
section on page 4-8
•
<DIRN> is the direction of transmission in which switching is to be made. The
command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This
parameter defaults to BTH; valid values for <DIRN> are shown in the
“DIRECTION” section on page 4-35
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SW-TOPROTN-EQPT Description (continued)
Input Example
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-1:123::FRCD,SLOT-3,BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
3.5.129 SW-TOWKG-EQPT: Switch to Working Equipment
(Cisco ONS 15454 only)
This command instructs the NE to switch the protected working unit back to working unit.
This command is used for non-SONET line cards (e.g. DS1, DS3, DS3XM, and EC1). DS1 and DS3
cards have 1:1 and 1:N equipment protection. DS3XM and EC1 cards have only 1:1 equipment
protection cards.
This command will switch the traffic from the protection card to the working card specified by the AID.
In a revertive protection group, the unit specified by the AID will clear the standing condition of
WKSWPR if the command were executed without an error. In a non-revertive protection group, the unit
specified by the AID will raise the transient condition of WKSWBK if the command were executed
without an error.
Notes:
1.
This command only supports one value of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH or null. A command with
any other value is considered an incorrect use of the command. An IDNV (Input, Data Not Valid)
error message should be responsed
2.
This command is not used for the common control (TCC+ or XC/XCVT) cards. A command on a
common control card will generate an IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use
the common control card switching commands, use the SW-DX-EQPT and ALW-SWDX-EQPT
commands.
3.
This command is not used for SONET (OCN) cards. A command on a SONET card will generate an
IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error message. To use a SONET card switching command,
use the OPR-PROTNSW and RLS-PROTNSW commands.
4.
If this command is used on a card that is not in a protection group, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message will be responsed.
5.
If this command is sent to a missing working card, the SWFA (Status, Working Unit Failed) error
message will be responsed.
6.
If this command is used on a protection card, the IIAC (Input, Invalid Access Identifier) error
message will be responsed.
7.
If sending a mode parameter with a value other than NORM, FRCD, or null, the IDNV (Input, Data
Not Valid) error message will be responsed.
8.
If sending the SW-TOWKG command to a working card when the working card has raised
INHSWWKG, the SWLD (Status, Working Unit Locked) error message will be responsed.
9.
If sending the SW-TOWKG command to a working card when the protection card has raised
INHSWWKG, the SPLD (Status, Protection Unit Locked) error message will be responsed.
10. If sending the SW-TOWKG command to an active working card, the SNVS (Status, Not in Valid
State) error message will be responsed.
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SW-TOWKG-EQPT Description
Category
Equipment
Security
Maintenance
Related
Messages
ALW-SWDX-EQPT
ALW-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT
DLT-EQPT
ED-EQPT
ENT-EQPT
INH-SWDX-EQPT
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
Input Format
SW-TOWKG-EQPT:[<TID>]:<AID>:<CTAG>::[<MODE>],[<DIRN>];
INH-SWTOWKG-EQPT
REPT ALM EQPT
REPT EVT EQPT
RTRV-ALM-EQPT
RTRV-COND-EQPT
RTRV-EQPT
SW-DX-EQPT
SW-TOPROTN-EQPT
where:
•
<AID> is the parameter that identifies the working unit that is to be released from
protection. <AID> is from the “PRSLOT” section on page 4-8
•
<MODE> is the parameter that will only support the NORM value. The null
value will default to NORM. Sending the FRCD value will generate the same
switching behavior as sending the NORM value. Valid values for <MODE> are
shown in the “CMD_MODE” section on page 4-23
•
<DIRN> is the direction of transmission. The command only supports one value
of the <DIRN> parameter - BTH. This parameter defaults to BTH; valid values
for <DIRN> are shown in the “DIRECTION” section on page 4-35
Input Example
SW-TOWKG-EQPT:CISCO:SLOT-2:123::FRCD,BTH;
Errors
This message generates all the default errors
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TL1 Command Components
This chapter describes the components of TL1 commands and autonomous messages for the
Cisco ONS 15454 and the Cisco ONS 15327, Release 3.3, 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
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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,
DIRN defaults to BTH.
INH-SWTOPROTN-EQPT
and ALW-SWTOWKG-EQPT,
ING-SWTOWKG-EQPT
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.
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Table 4-5
Performance (continued)
Performance
Default
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.
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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.
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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 for ONS 15454 and ONS 15327
AID
ONS 15454
ONS 15327
CrossConnect ID FACILITY
STS
—
PRSLOT
NULL
SLOT-1
SLOT-3
SLOT-5
SLOT-13
SLOT-15
SLOT-17
—
BITS
BITS-ALL
BITS-{1,2}
BITS-ALL
BITS-{1,2}
BLSR
ALL
BLSR-{0-9999}
ALL
BLSR-ALL
BLSR-{0-9999}
DS1
DS1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-28}
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Table 4-10 ALL for ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 (continued)
AID
ONS 15454
ONS 15327
ENV
ENV-{IN,OUT}-ALL
ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-4}
4 Input, 4 Output
ENV-{IN,OUT}-ALL
ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-6}
6 Input, 2 Output
EQPT
AIP
ALL
BP
FAN
SLOT-ALL
SLOT-{1-17}
SLOT-{1-6,12-17}
SLOT-ALL
SLOT-{1-8}
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}-{1-8}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}
FAC-{1-6}-ALL
FAC-{1-4}-{1} OC12, OC48
FAC-{5-6}-{1-3} XTC-DS3
FAC-{5-6}-{1-28} XTC-DS1
FAC-{1-4}-{1-4} OC3
STS
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-ALL
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,10,-,37}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,13,25,37}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,25}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,-,22}
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}-{1,7,13,19-43}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,7}
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}
STS-{1-6}-ALL
STS-{5-6}-{1} STS1 for XTC-DS1
STS-{5-6}-{2-4} STS1 for XTC-DS3
STS-{1-4}-{1} STS48C for OC48
STS-{1-4}-{1,13,25,37} STS12C for
OC48
STS-{1-4}-{1,7,13,19,...,43} STS6C
for OC48
STS-{1-4}-{1,7} STS6C for OC12
STS-{1-4}-{1,4,7,10,...,46} STS3C for
OC48
STS-{1-4}-{1,4,7,10} STS3C for OC3
and OC12
STS-{1-4}-{1-12} STS1 for OC3,
OC12
STS-{1-4}-{1-48} STS1 for OC48
SYN
SYNC-NE
SYNC-NE
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AID
ONS 15454
ONS 15327
SYN_SRC
BITS-1
BITS-2
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}
INTERNAL
NONE
SYNC-NE
FAC-{1-4}-{1} OC12, OC48
FAC-{1-4}-{1-4} OC3
INTERNAL
SYNC-NE
SYNC-{BITS1,BITS2}
SYNC_REF
SYNC-ALL
SYNC-NE
SYNC-{BITS1,BITS2}
SYNC-ALL
SYNC-NE
SYNC-{BITS1,BITS2}
SYNCSW
INT
PRI
SEC
THIRD
INT
PRI
SEC
THIRD
TAP
{0, 1-999}
{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}-{1-24}-{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}
ALL
VT1-{5-6}-{1-2}-{1-7}-{1-4}
XTC-DS1
VT1-{5-6}-{1-3}-{1-7}-{1-4}
XTC-DS3
VT1-{1-4}-{1-12}-{1-7}-{1-4}
OC3, OC12
VT1-{1-4}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}
OC48
4.2.2 CrossConnectID
(ONS 15454 only)
Table 4-11 CrossConnectID for ONS 15454
AID
ONS 15454 Pattern
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}-{1-8}
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
FAC-{5,6,12,13}-{1}
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Table 4-11 CrossConnectID for ONS 15454 (continued)
AID
ONS 15454 Pattern
STS
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-ALL
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,10,-,37}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,13,25,37}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,25}
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,-,22}
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}-{1,7}
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}-{1,49,97,145}
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}
4.2.3 PRSLOT
(ONS 15454 only)
Valid protection slots for the electrical cards
Table 4-12 PRSLOT for ONS 15454
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
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4.2.4 BITS
4.2.4.1 BITS for ONS 15454
AID for BITS
Table 4-13 BITS for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
BITS-ALL
BITS AIDS of both BITS-1 and BITS-2 in the RTRV-BITS
command
BITS-{1,2}
Individual BITS AID
4.2.4.2 BITS for ONS 15327
AID for BITS
Table 4-14 BITS for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
BITS-ALL
BITS AIDS of both BITS-1 and BITS-2 in the RTRV-BITS
command
BITS-{1,2}
Individual BITS AID
4.2.5 BLSR
4.2.5.1 BLSR for ONS 15454
BLSR AIDs are used to access the specific BLSR of the NE.
Table 4-15 BLSR for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
ALL
The whole BLSR of the NE
BLSR-{0-9999}
Individual BLSR of the NE
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4.2.5.2 BLSR for ONS 15327
BLSR AIDs are used to access the specific BLSR of the NE.
Table 4-16 BLSR for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
ALL
The whole BLSR of the NE
BLSR-ALL
The whole BLSR of the NE
BLSR-{0-9999}
Individual BLSR of the NE
4.2.6 DS1
(ONS 15454 only)
Used to access the DS-1 frame layer of the DS3XM.
Table 4-17 DS1 for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
DS1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}-{1-28}
(ONS 15454 only)
DS1 AID for the DX3XM card
4.2.7 ENV
4.2.7.1 ENV for ONS 15454
The environmental AID for the AIC card
Table 4-18 ENV for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-4}
6 Input, 2 Output
Environmental alarm AID. “IN” is used for environmental AID,
“OUT” is used for control AID.
4.2.7.2 ENV for ONS 15327
The environmental components within the XTC card.
Table 4-19 ENV for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
ENV-{IN,OUT}-{1-6}
4 Input, 4 Output
Environmental alarm AID. “IN” is used for environmental AID,
“OUT” is used for control AID.
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4.2.8 EQPT
4.2.8.1 EQPT for ONS 15454
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 4-20 EQPT for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
AIP
The AID for the AIP. It is used for RTRV-INV output only.
ALL
The ALL AID is only used for the RTRV-INV input command. It
reports all of the inventory information of the whole NE: AIP, BP,
FAN and SLOT-ALL.
BP
The AID for the backplane. It is used for RTRV-INV output only.
FAN
The AID for the fan tray. It is used for RTRV-INV output only.
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
4.2.8.2 EQPT for ONS 15327
Equipment AIDs are used to access specific cards. The I/O cards can only use the I/O slots (Slots 1–4).
Slots 5a nd 6 are reserved for the XTC cards and Slots 7 and 8 are reserved for MIC cards.
Table 4-21 EQPT for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
SLOT-ALL
All of the NE equipment AIDs
SLOT-{1-8}
Individual equipment AID of an NE
4.2.9 FACILITY
4.2.9.1 FACILITY for ONS 15454
Facilities AIDs are used to access specific ports.
Table 4-22 FACILITY for ONS 15454
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 four-port OC3 card and four-port OC12 card
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Pattern
Description
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}
Facilities for the DS3XM card
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
Facility AID for the one-port 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).
4.2.9.2 FACILITY for ONS 15327
Facilities AIDs are used to access specific ports.
Table 4-23 FACILITY for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
FAC-{1-6}-ALL
All the facilities of an I/O unit or slot
FAC-{5-6}-{1-28}
Facilities AID for the DS1 on the XTC card
FAC-{5-6}-{1-3}
Facilities AID for the DS3 on the XTC card
FAC-{1-4}-{1}
Facilities AID for the OC12 and OC48 cards
FAC-{1-4}-{1-4}
Facilities AID for the OC3 card
4.2.10 STS
4.2.10.1 STS for ONS 15454
SONET frame-level AID set
Table 4-24 STS for ONS 15454
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}-{1,10,-,37}
STS9C AID for an OC48AS and four-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,13,25,37}
STS12C AID for an OC48AS and four-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,25}
STS24C AID for an OC48AS card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10-46}
STS3C AID for an OC48AS and four-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,4,7,10}
STS3C AID for a four-port OC3 and one-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,7,13,19-43}
STS6C AID for an OC48AS and four-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-12}
STS1 AID for a one-port OC12, EC1, DS3 and four-port OC3
card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1,7}
STS6C AID for one-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}
STS1 AID for an OC48AS and four-port OC12 card
STS-{1-6,12-17}-{1-6}
STS1 AID for a DS3XM card
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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}-{1}
STS1 AID for a DS1card
STS3C AID for a four-port OC3 card
STS9C AID for a one-port OC12 and four-port OC12 card
STS12C AID for a one-port OC12 card
STS48C AID for an OC48AS card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37-81}
STS12C AID for an OC192 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,13,25,37}
STS12C AID for an OC48 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10-190}
STS3C AID for an OC192 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,4,7,10-46}
STS3C AID for an OC48 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,49,97,145}
STS48C AID for an OC192 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1,7,13,19-187}
STS6C AID for an OC192 card
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 an OC192 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1-48}
STS1 AID for an OC48 card
STS-{5,6,12,13}-{1}
STS48C AID for an OC48 card
STS192C AID for the OC192 card
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
Dynamically allocated STSs of all widths for the G1000-4 card
4.2.10.2 STS for ONS 15327
SONET frame-level AID set
Table 4-25 STS for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
STS-{1-6}-ALL
All the STSs of an STS bandwidth on an I/O unit
STS-{5-6}-{1}
STS1 AID for the DS1 in the XTC card
STS-{5-6}-{2-4}
STS1 AID for the DS3 in the XTC card
STS-{1-4}-{1}
STS48C AID for the OC48 card
STS12C for the OC12 card
STS-{1-4}-{1,13,25,37}
STS12C AID for the OC48 card
STS-{1-4}-{1,7,13,19,...43}
STS6C AID for the OC48 card
STS-{1-4}-{1,7}
STS6C AID for the OC12 card
STS-{1-4}-{1,4,7,10,...,46}
STS3C AID for the OC48 card
STS-{1-4}-{1,4,7,10}
STS3C AID for the OC3 and OC12 card
STS-{1-4}-{1-12}
STS1 AID for the OC3 and OC12 card
STS-{1-4}-{1-48}
STS1 AID for the OC48 card
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4.2.11 SYN
4.2.11.1 SYN for ONS 15454
Synchronization AIDs
Table 4-26 SYN for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
SYNC-NE
NE sync AID
4.2.11.2 SYN for ONS 15327
Synchronization AIDs
Table 4-27 SYN for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
SYNC-NE
NE sync AID
4.2.12 SYN_SRC
4.2.12.1 SYN_SRC for ONS 15454
Synchronization source
Table 4-28 SYN_SRC for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
BITS-1
Sync source is BITS-1
BITS-2
Sync source is BITS-2
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1-4}
Sync source is the optical card (four-port OC3 and four-port OC12)
facility
FAC-{1-6,12-17}-{1}
Sync source is the optical card (one-port OC12 and OC48AS) 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 the
ED-SYNCN command.
NONE
Set the SYNC_SRC value to the default value for BITS-OUT. The
“NONE” value of SYNC_SRC only applies to the BITS-1 and BITS-2
AID of the ED-SYNCN command.
SYNC-NE
SYNC-NE source. It is only used in the alarm report or alarm retrieve
commands.
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Synchronization source
Table 4-29 SYN_SRC for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
FAC-{1-4}-{1-4}
Sync source is the optical card (OC3) facility
FAC-{1-4}-{1}
Sync source is the optical card (OC12, OC48) 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 the
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
4.2.13 SYNC_REF
4.2.13.1 SYNC_REF for ONS 15454
Synchronization AIDs
Table 4-30 SYNC_REF for ONS 15454
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
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4.2.13.2 SYNC_REF for ONS 15327
Synchronization AIDs
Table 4-31 SYNC_REF for ONS 15327
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
4.2.14 SYNCSW
4.2.14.1 SYNCSW for ONS 15454
New synchronization reference that will be used
Table 4-32 SYNCSW for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
INT
Internal clock. The “INT” value of the syncsw is only applied for the
SYNC-NE AID on the OPR-SYNC-SW command.
PRI
Primary timing reference
SEC
Secondary timing reference
THIRD
Third timing reference
4.2.14.2 SYNCSW for ONS 15327
New synchronization reference that will be used
Table 4-33 SYNCSW for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
INT
Internal clock. The “INT” value of the syncsw is only applied for the
SYNC-NE AID on the OPR-SYNC-SW command.
PRI
Primary timing reference
SEC
Secondary timing reference
THIRD
Third timing reference
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4.2.15 TAP
4.2.15.1 TAP for ONS 15454
Test access path AID which indicates the TAP number
Table 4-34 TAP for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
{0, 1-999}
Indicates individual TAP number of the NE. The zero (0) TAP
number is used in the [<TACC>] field of the ED-rr test access
related commands. When [<TACC>] is zero (0), the TAP is
deleted.
4.2.15.2 TAP for ONS 15327
Test access path AID which indicates the TAP number
Table 4-35 TAP for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
{0, 1-999}
Indicates individual TAP number of the NE. The zero (0) TAP
number is used in the [<TACC>] field of the ED-rr test access
related commands. When [<TACC>] is zero (0), the TAP is
deleted.
4.2.16 VT1_5
4.2.16.1 VT1_5 for ONS 15454
Virtual termination AIDs
Table 4-36 VT1_5 for ONS 15454
Pattern
Description
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, one-port OC12, four-port OC3 card VT AID set
VT1-{1-6,12-17}-{1-48}-{1-7}-{1-4}
OC48AS and four-port OC12 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
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4.2.16.2 VT1_5 for ONS 15327
Virtual termination AIDs
Table 4-37 VT1_5 for ONS 15327
Pattern
Description
ALL
All the VT cross connections of the NE. This <ALL>
AID is only used for the RTRV-CRS-VT1 command.
VT1-{5-6}-{1-2}-{1-7}-{1-4}
DS1 on XTC card VT AID set
VT1-{5-6}-{1-3}-{1-7}-{1-4}
DS3 on XTC card VT AID Set
VT1-{1-4}-{1-12}-{1-7}-{1-4}
OC3 and OC12 card VT AID set
VT1-{1-4}-{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 and ONS 15327. 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 NE. The ONS 15454 and ONS 15327 use 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
NE 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.
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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 4-38 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 - Section
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-PGEN:Negative Pointer Justification
PPJC-PDET
PPJC-PDET:Positive Pointer Justification
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ALL_MONTYPE
Values
Description
PPJC-PGEN
PPJC-PGEN:Positive Pointer Justification
PSC
Protection Switching Count
PSC-R
Protection Switching Count - Ring
PSC-S
Protection Switching Count - Span
PSC-W
Protection Switching Count - Working
PSD
Protection Switching Duration
PSD-R
Protection Switching Duration - Ring
PSD-S
Protection Switching Duration - Span
PSD-W
Protection Switching Duration - Working
SASCPP
Severely Errored Framing/AIS Second - CP-Bit Path
SASP
Severely Errored Framing/AIS Seconds Path
SEFS
Severely Errored Framing Seconds
SESCPP
Severely Errored Second - CP-Bit Path
SESL
Severely Errored Second - Line
SESP
Severely Errored Second - Path
SESS
Severely Errored Second - Section
SESV
Severely Errored Second - VT Path
UASCPP
Unavailable Second - CP-Bit Path
UASL
Unavailable Second - Line
UASP
Unavailable Second - Path
UASV
Unavailable Second - VT Path
4.3.6 ALL_THR
Threshold list
Table 4-39 ALL_THR Value
ALL_THR Values
Description
T-AISSP
Alarm Indication Signal Seconds - Path
T-BBEHP
Background Block Errors - High Order Path -VC4/VC4-nc
T-BBEMS
Background Block Errors- Multiplex Section
T-BBERS
Background Block Errors - Regenerator Section
T-CVCPP
Coding Violations - CP-Bit Path
T-CVL
Coding Violations - Line
T-CVP
Coding Violations - Path
T-CVS
Coding Violations - Section
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ALL_THR Values
Description
T-CVV
Coding Violations - VT Path
T-EBHP
EB - High Order Path
T-EBLP
EB Low Order Path VC3/VC12
T-EBMS
EB Multiplex Section
T-EBRS
EB Regenerator Section
T-ESCPP
Errored Seconds - CP-Bit Path
T-ESHP
ED High Order Path VC4/VC4-nc
T-ESL
Errored Seconds - Line
T-ESLP
ES Low Order PAth VC3/VC12
T-ESMS
ES Multiplex Section
T-ESP
Errored Seconds - Path
T-ESRS
ES Regenerator Section
T-ESS
Errored Seconds - Section
T-ESV
Errored Seconds - VT Path
T-FCHP
FC High Order Path
T-FCL
Failure Count - Line
T-FCP
Failure Count - Path
T-FCLP
FC Low Order Path
T-FCMS
FC Multiplex Section
T-FCP
Failure Count - Line
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-SEFSRS
SEFRS
T-SESCPP
Severely Errored Second - CP-Bit Path
T-SESHP
SES High Order Path
T-SESL
Severely Errored Second - Line
T-SESLP
SES Low Order Path
T-SESMS
SES Multiplex Section
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Table 4-39 ALL_THR Value (continued)
ALL_THR Values
Description
T-SESP
Severely Errored Second - Path
T-SESRS
SES Regeneration Section
T-SESS
Severely Errored Second - Section
T-SESV
Severely Errored Second - VT Path
T-UASCPP
Unavailable Second - CP-Bit Path
T-UASHP
UA High Order Path
T-UASL
Unavailable Second - Line
T-UASLP
UA Low Order Path
T-UASMS
UA Multiplex Section
T-UASP
Unavailable Second - Path
T-UASV
Unavailable Second - VT Path
4.3.7 BITS_LineBuildOut
BITS Line buildout
Table 4-40 BITS_LineBuildOut Values
BITS_LineBuildOut
Values
Description
0–133
BITS line buildout range is 0–133
134–266
BITS line buildout range is 134–266
267–399
BITS line buildout range is 267–399
400–533
BITS line buildout range is 400–533
534–655
BITS line buildout range is 534–655
4.3.8 BLSR_MODE
BLSR mode
Table 4-41 BLSR_MODE Values
BLSR_MODE Values
Description
2F
Two fiber BLSR
4F
Four fiber BLSR
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4.3.9 BLSR_TYPE
BLSR type of an OCN port
Table 4-42 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
4.3.10 CCT
Defines the type of cross-connect to be created
Table 4-43 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
4.3.11 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 4-44 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.
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4.3.12 COND_EFF
The affected unit’s condition
Table 4-45 COND_EFF Values
COND_EFF Values
Description
CL
Standing condition cleared
SC
Standing condition raised
TC
Transient condition
4.3.13 CONDITION
The condition type of the alarm indication
Table 4-46 CONDITION Values
CONDITION Values
Description
ACOMAN
Alarm cutoff is in manual mode
AIS
External failure - Incoming - Alarm Indication Signal
AIS-L
External failure - Incoming - Alarm Indication Signal - Line
AIS-P
External failure - Incoming - Alarm Indication Signal - Path
AIS-V
External failure - Incoming - Alarm Indication Signal - VT layer
ALM-SUPPRESS
Alarms/Events Suppressed for this Object
APSB
External failure - Incoming - Automatic Protection Switching
Channel - Byte failure
APSC
External failure - Incoming - Automatic Protection Switching
Channel failure
APSC-IMP
External failure - Incoming - Automatic Protection SwitchingInvalid K bytes
APSCCONNL
External failure - Incoming -Automatic Protection Switching
-Connection Loss
APSCDFLTK
External failure - Incoming -Automatic Protection Switching -Default
K byte
APSCINCON
External failure - Incoming -Automatic Protection Switching
-Inconsistent
APSCM
External failure - Incoming - Automatic Protection Switching
Channel - Protection Switching Channel Match failure
APSCNMIS
APS Channel - BLSR - Node Id Mismatch
APSMM
External failure - Incoming -Automatic Protection Switching Channel
- Automatic Protection Switch Mode Mismatch
AUTOLSROFF
Internal hardware - Facility Termination Equipment - Automatic
Laser Shutdown
AUTORESET
Recovery action - Automatic system Reset
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CONDITION Values
Description
AUTOSW-AIS
Automatic Switch - Alarm Indication Signal
AUTOSW-LOP
Automatic Switch - Loss of Pointer
AUTOSW-PDI
Automatic Switch - Payload Defect Indication
AUTOSW-SDBER
Automatic Switch - Signal Degrade Bit Error Rate
AUTOSW-SFBER
Automatic Switch - Signal Fail Bit Error Rate
AUTOSW-UNEQ
Automatic Switch - Unequipped
BKUPMEMP
Internal hardware - Control Equipment - Primary non-volatile Backup
Memory failure
BKUPMEMS
Internal hardware - Control Equipment - Secondary non-volatile
Backup Memory failure
BLSR-RESYNC
Bidirectional Line Switched Ring - Tables Resynchronized
BLSR-UPDATED
BLSR Multiple Node Table Update Finished
BLSROSYNC
Bidirectional Line Switched Ring - Out of Synchronization
BPV
External failure - Incoming - Bipolar Violation
CARLOSS
External failure - Incoming - Carrier Loss on the LAN
CLDRESTART
Recovery action - Cold Restart
CONCAT
Control Bus Failure
CONTBUS-1
Control Bus Failure - Bus 1
CONTBUS-2
Control Bus Failure - Bus 2
CONTBUS-A-X
TCC/TCC+ card in Slot 7 has lost communication with the card in
Slot X
CONTBUS-B-X
TCC/TCC+ card in Slot 11 has lost communication with the card in
Slot X
CONTBUS_A
TCC A to Shelf Slot communication failure
CONTBUS_B
TCC B to shelf Slot communication failure
CONTBUS_IO_A
Peer to Peer Slot communication failure
CONTBUS_IO_B
Peer to Peer Slot communication failure
CONTCOM
Internal hardware - Control Equipment - Control Communications
equipment failure
CONTEQPT
Internal hardware - Control Equipment failure
CONTR
Internal hardware - Control Equipment - Control processor failure
CTNEQPT
Internal hardware - Interconnection Equipment failure
CTNEQPT-PBXPROT
Failure of the main payload between the protect XC/XCVT card in
Slot 10 and the reporting I/O card in Slot X
CTNEQPT-PBXWORK
Failure of the main payload bus between the active XC/XCVT card in
Slot 8 and the reporting I/O card in Slot X
CTNEQPT-PBPROT
Interconnection Equipment Failure - Protect XC Payload Bus
CTNEQPT-PBWORK
Interconnection Equipment Failure - Working XC Payload Bus
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Table 4-46 CONDITION Values (continued)
CONDITION Values
Description
DATAFLT
Internal Error - Software Fault - Data integrity fault
DS3-MISM
DS3 Frame Format Mismatch
E-W-MISMATCH
Procedural Error - Mis-connect East/West Direction
EOC
Embedded Operations Channel (Section DCC) failure
EOC-DOWN
Embedded Operations Channel (Section DCC) failure
EQPT
Internal hardware - Critical alarm caused by equipment failure
EQPT-FAIL
Equipment failure - Board Failure
EQPT-MAC
Equipment failure - Medium Access Control
EQPT-MISS
Replaceable Equipment/Unit is Missing
ESW
External error - Excessive Switching
EXCCOL
External failure - Incoming - Excess collisions on the LAN
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
EXT
Failure detected External to the NE
EXTERR
External Error
EXTR-DROP
BLSR Extra Traffic Dropped
EXTRA-TRAF-PREEMPT
Extra Traffic preempted
FA
Internal hardware - Power failure - Fuse Alarm
FAC
External failure - Incoming - Facility, critical alarm caused by DS3
facility failure
FACTERM
Internal hardware - Facility Termination equipment failure
FAILTORLS
Internal hardware - Failure To Release from protection
FAILTOSW
Internal hardware - Failure To Switch to protection
FAILTOSW-PATH
Failure to switch from the working path to the protection path on an
UPSR
FAILTOSWR
Failure to Switch to Protection in a Ring
FAN
Fan Tray failure
FANDEGRADE
Partial Failure of cooling fan tray
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
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CONDITION Values
Description
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
FE-EXERCISING-SPAN
Far End Exercise Span
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-ALL
Far end LockOut All Protection Channels of the network
FE-LOCKOUTOFPR-RING
Far End Lockout Of Protection - Ring
FE-LOCKOUTOFPR-SPAN
Far End Lockout Of Protection - Span
FE-LOCKOUTOFWK-RING
Far End Lockout Of Working - Ring
FE-LOCKOUTOFWK-SPAN
Far End Lockout Of Working - 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
FE-SD-RING
Far end detected SD on Working channel and issued a Ring Switch
FE-SD-SPAN
Far end detected SD on Working channel and issued a Span Switch
FE-SDPRLF
Far end detected SD on Protection Channel
FE-SF-RING
Far end detected SF on Working channel and issued a Ring Switch
FE-SF-SPAN
Far end detected SF on Working channel and issued a Span Switch
FEBE
External failure - Incoming - Far End Block Error
FEPRLF
External failure - Incoming - Automatic Protection Switching
Channel - Far End Protection Line Failure
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
FRCDWKSWBK
Recovery action - Working facility/equipment forced to switch back
to working
FRCDWKSWPR
Recovery action - Working facility/equipment forced to switch to
protection unit
FRCDWKSWPR-PATH
Recovery action - Working facility/equipment forced to switch to
protection unit - Path
FRCWKBK-R
Working facility/equipment forced to switch back to working - Ring
FRCWKBK-S
Working facility/equipment forced to switch back to working - Span
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Table 4-46 CONDITION Values (continued)
CONDITION Values
Description
FRCWKBK-S
Working facility/equipment forced to switch back to working - Span
FRCWKPR-R
Working facility/equipment forced to switch to protection unit - Ring
FRCWKPR-S
Working facility/equipment forced to switch to protection unit - Span
FRNGSYNC
Free Running Synchronization mode
FSTSYNC
Fast Start synchronization mode
FULLPASSTHR-BI
Bi-direction Full Pass Through is active
FULLPASSTHR-UNI
Uni-direction Full Pass Through is active
HITEMP
Internal hardware - Equipment failure - High temperature
HLDOVRSYNC
Holdover synchronization mode
IMPROPRMVL
Procedural Error - Improper Removal
INC
Incoming failure condition
INC-ISD
Incoming failure condition - Idle Signal Path
INHMSG
ALM/EVT Messages Suppressed for object & sub-objects
INHMSG-DBCHG
DBCHG Messages Suppressed for entire shelf
INHSWPR
Inhibit switch to protect request on equipment
INHSWWKG
Inhibit switch to working request on equipment
INIT
Recovery action - Initialization initiated
INT
Internal hardware fault or failure
INTER-RING-STARTUP
Far end LockOut All Protection Channels of the network
INTERR
Error Internal to the NE Detected
INTMSGERR
One or more ALM/EVT/DBCHG messages lost
INTRUSION
Security: invalid login with user-ID %s
INTSFT
Internal Error - Software Fault or failure
INVMACADR
Equipment failure - Invalid MAC Address
KB_PASSTHR
K-Byte Pass Through is active
LANOVERFLOW
Traffic storm on LAN. LAN temporarily disabled
LKOUTPR-R
Lockout of Protection - Ring
LKOUTPR-S
Lockout of Protection - Span
LKOUTWK-R
Lockout of working - Ring
LKOUTWK-S
Lockout of working - Span
LOCKOUT-REQ
Lockout switch request on facility/equipment
LOCKOUT-REQ-RING
Lockout switch request on a Ring
LOCKOUT-REQ-SPAN
Lockout switch request on a Span
LOCKOUTOFPR
Recovery action - Lockout of Protection
LOCKOUTOFPR-ALL
Far end LockOut All Protection Channels of the network
LOCKOUTOFPR-PATH
Recovery action - Lockout of Protection - Path
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Table 4-46 CONDITION Values (continued)
CONDITION Values
Description
LOCKOUTOFWK
Recovery action - Lockout of working
LOF
External failure - Incoming - Loss of Frame
LOP
External failure - Incoming - Loss of Pointer
LOP-P
External failure - Incoming - Loss of Pointer - Path
LOP-V
Loss of pointer at the VT level
LOS
External failure - Incoming - Loss of Signal
LOS-ABBX
VIC loss of audio base band channel X signal
LOS-AFM
VIC loss of Audio FM signal
LOS-VBB
VIC loss of Video Base Band Signal
LOS-VIF
Video Interface Card Loss of Video IF signal
LPBK
Loopback
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
LPBKM23
Loopback, Facility
LPBKM23-CMD
DS2 Loopback due to Far End Command
LPBKNETWORK
DS2 Loopback Command sent to Far End
LPBKTERMINAL
Loopback, Terminal
MAN
Manually caused abnormal condition
MAN-REQ
Manual Switch Request on facility/equipment
MANRESET
Recovery action - Manual system Reset
MANSWTOFIFTH
Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Fifth reference
MANSWTOFOURTH
Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Fourth reference
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
MANSWTOSIXTH
Recovery action - Manual synchronization Switch To Sixth 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
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CONDITION Values
Description
MANWKBK-R
Manual Switch of working facility/equipment to protection - Ring
MANWKBK-S
Manual Switch of working facility/equipment to protection - Span
MANWKPR-R
Manual Switch of Working facility/equipment to Protection unit -Ring
MANWKPR-S
Manual Switch of Working facility/equipment to Protection unit
-Span
MANWKSWBK
Recovery action - Manual Switch of working facility/equipment to
protection
MANWKSWPR
Recovery action - Manual Switch of Working facility/equipment to
Protection unit
MANWKSWPR-PATH
Manual Switch of working facility/equipment to Protection - Path
MEA
Internal error - Mismatch of Equipment and Attributes
MEM-GONE
Software operations exceed the memory capacity of the TCC/TCC+
card
MEM-LOW
Data generated by software operations is close to exceeding the
memory capacity of the TCC/TCC+ card
MFGMEM
Manufacturing Data Memory (EEPROM) Failure
NEW-ROOT
NewRoot trap in BRIDGE-MIB
NORMAL
Normal condition. This condition type is used by the NE to report the
returning to normal from a previous off-normal condition
OG
External failure - Outgoing failure condition
OOF
External failure - Incoming - Out of Frame
PATHSEL
External failure - Incoming - Path Selector inability to switch to a
valid signal
PDI
External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failure - Payload
Defect Indication
PDI-P
External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failure - Payload
Defect Indication - Path
PEER-MISM
Peer State Mismatch
PEER-NORESPONSE
Peer card not responding
PLM-P
External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failure - Payload
Label Mismatch - Path
PLM-V
Content of the V5 byte in the SONET overhead is inconsistent or
invalid
PLUG-IN
Internal hardware - Equipment unit plug-in
PM-TCA
Performance Monitoring - Threshold Crossing Alert
PRC-DUPID
Procedural Error - Duplicate Node ID
PRCDRERR
Procedural Error
PROGFLT
Internal Error - Software Fault - Program failure
PROTNA
Protection unit not available
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CONDITION Values
Description
PS
Occurrence of a protection switching event
PWR
Internal hardware - Power failure (detected internal to NE)
PWR-A
Internal hardware - Power failure (detected internal to NE) on slot 7
PWR-B
Internal hardware - Power failure (detected internal to NE) on slot 11
PWRRESTART
Recovery action - Powerfail Restart
RAI
External failure - Incoming - Remote Alarm Indication
RCVR
Internal hardware - Facility Termination equipment - Receiver failure
RCVR-MISS
Facility termination equipment detects a missing receive cable on the
DS1 port or a possible mismatch of backplane equipment
RCVRY
Recovery or service protection action has been initiated
RDI-L
External failure - Outgoing - Remote Defect Indication - Line
RDI-P
External failure - Outgoing - Remote Defect Indication - Path
RFI
External failure - Incoming - Remote Failure Indication
RFI-L
External failure - Incoming - Remote Failure Indication - Line
RFI-P
External failure - Incoming - Remote Failure Indication - Path
RFI-V
Upstream failure has occurred at the VT layer
RFLOWCTL
Receive pause frames Threshold crossing alert
RING-MISMATCH
Procedural Error - Mis-connected Ring
RING-SEGMENT
Ring Is Segmented
RING-SW-EAST
Ring switch is active on the East side
RING-SW-WEST
Ring switch is active on the West side
RMON-ALARM
An RMON Alarm
RMON-RESET
RMON histories and alarms have been reset due to chipset reboot
ROVERSUB
Receive packets dropped - internal congestion Threshold crossing
alert
SD
Facility has passed BER Threshold for Signal Degrade
SD-L
BER threshold exceeded for Signal Degrade - Line
SD-P
BER threshold exceeded for Signal Degrade - Path
SEF
External failure - Incoming - Severely Errored Frame
SF
Facility has passed BER threshold for Signal Failure
SF-L
BER threshold exceeded for Signal Failure - Line
SF-P
BER threshold exceeded for Signal Failure - Path
SFTWDOWN
Recovery action - Software download in progress
SFTWDOWN-FAIL
Software Download Failed
SLMF
External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failures SONET
SNTP-HOST
SNTP host not alive condition
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CONDITION Values
Description
SPAN-SW-EAST
Span switch is active on the East side
SPAN-SW-WEST
Span switch is active on the West side
SQUELCH
Ring is isolated into two or more segments
SQUELCH-PATH
Squelching - Path level
SSM-DUS
Synchronization Status Messaging - Do Not Use for Synchronization
SSM-FAIL
Synchronization Status Messaging - Failed
SSM-OFF
Synchronization Status Messaging - Off
SSM-PRC
G811 Primary Reference Clock traceable
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 - Synchronized traceability
unknown
SSM-TNC
Synchronization Status Messaging - Transit Node Clock traceable
SWMTXMOD
Switching Matrix Module Failure
SWTOFIFTH
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Fifth reference
SWTOFOURTH
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Fourth reference
SWTOINT
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Internal clock
SWTOPRI
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Primary reference
SWTOSEC
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Second refernce
SWTOSIXTH
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Sixth reference
SWTOTHIRD
Recovery action - Synchronization Switch To Third refernce
SYNC
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on synchronization link
SYNC-FREQ
Synchronization Reference Frequency Out Of Bounds
SYNCCLK
Internal hardware - Synchronization unit failure
SYNCEQPT
Internal hardware - Synchronization switching Equipment failure
SYNCFIFTH
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on fifth synchronization
link
SYNCFOURTH
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on fourth synchronization
link
SYNCOOS
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on all specified
synchronization links
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Table 4-46 CONDITION Values (continued)
CONDITION Values
Description
SYNCPRI
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on primary
synchronization link
SYNCSEC
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on secondary
synchronization link
SYNCSIXTH
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on sixth synchronization
link
SYNCTHIRD
External failure - Incoming - Loss of timing on third synchronization
link
SYSBOOT
Activation of new software
T-UIDAGE
Security: user-ID %s has expired
TFLOWCTL
Transmit pause frames Threshold crossing alert
TIM-P
SONET Trace Identifier message defect - Path
TOP-CHANGE
Topology Change trap in BRIDGE-MIB
TOVERSUB
Transmit packets dropped - internal congestion Threshold crossing
alert
TPTFAIL
Transport Layer Failure
TRMT
Internal hardware - Facility Termination equipment - Transmit failure
TRMT-MISS
Facility termination equipment detects a missing transmit cable on the
DS1 port or a possible mismatch of backplane equipment
TSI
Internal hardware - Interconnection Equipment - Time slot
interchange equipment failure
TUNDERRUN
Buffer Underrun Alarm
UNEQ-P
External failure - Incoming - Signal Label Mismatch Failure Unequipped - Path
UNEQ-V
VT is receiving an unequipped signal
UNPLUG
Internal hardware - Equipment unit un-plug
WATM-TO
Internal Error - Watchdog Timer Timeout
WKGMEM
Internal hardware - Control Equipment - Working memory failure
WKSWBK
Recovery action - Working facility/equipment switched back to
working
WKSWPR
Recovery action - Working facility/equipment switched to protection
unit
WRMRESTART
Recovery action - Warm Restart
WTR-RING
Recovery action - SONET ring is in Wait To Restore state
WTR-SPAN
Recovery action - SONET span is in Wait To Restore state
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4.3.14 CONT_MODE
Current state of environmental control
Table 4-47 CONT_MODE Values
CONT_MODE Values
Description
OPR
Indicates that the environment control state is CLOSE
RLS
Indicates that the environment control state is OPEN
4.3.15 CONTTYPE
The Environmental control types as defined by Telcordia GR-833-CORE, Issue 2, November 1996,
Appendix G.
Table 4-48 CONTTYPE Values
CONTTYPE Values
Description
AIRCOND
Air conditioning
ENGINE
Engine
FAN
Fan
GEN
Generator
HEAT
Heat
LIGHT
Light
MISC
Miscellaneous
SPKLR
Sprinkler
4.3.16 CRS_TYPE
Indicates the cross-connection type
Table 4-49 CRS_TYPE Values
CRS_TYPE Values
Description
STS
Indicates all the STS cross connections
VT
Indicates all the VT1 cross connections
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4.3.17 DIRECTION
Transmit and receive directions
Table 4-50 DIRECTION Values
DIRECTION Values
Description
BTH
Both transmit and receive directions
RCV
Receive direction only
TRMT
Transmit direction only
4.3.18 DIRN
Specifies the discriminating level for the requested monitored parameter
Table 4-51 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
4.3.19 DS3_FMT
Indicates a DS3 digital signal format
Table 4-52 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
4.3.20 DS_LINE_CODE
DS123 Line Code
Table 4-53 DS_LINE_CODE Values
DS_LINE_CODE Values
Description
B3ZS
Bipolar with Three-Zero Substitution
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4.3.21 DS_LINE_TYPE
DS123 Line type
Table 4-54 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.
4.3.22 DURATION
Duration
Table 4-55 DURATION Values
DURATION Values
Description
CONTS
Continuous duration
4.3.23 E_LBO
Electrical signal line buildout
Table 4-56 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
4.3.24 ENV_ALM
Environmental alarm types as defined by Telcordia GR-833-CORE, Issue 2, November 1996,
Appendix F.
Table 4-57 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
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Table 4-57 ENV_ALM Values (continued)
ENV_ALM Values
Description
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
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4.3.25 ENV_CRTL_MODE
Current state of the environmental control
Table 4-58 ENV_CRTL_MODE Values
ENV_CRTL_MODE Values
Description
CLOSE
Environmental control state is closed
OPEN
Environmental control state is opened
4.3.26 EQPT_TYPE
Identifies the type of equipment being provisioned into a slot
Table 4-59 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 DS3E 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-4
A four port interface card supporting 100 Base T Ethernet facilities.
EC1-12
A 12 port interface card supporting EC1 facilities
EC1N-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
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Table 4-59 EQPT_TYPE Values (continued)
EQPT_TYPE Values
Description
G1000-4
A four port G1000 card
MIC-28-3-A
ONS 15327 MIC card A
MIC-28-3-B
ONS 15327 MIC card B
MIC-EXT
ONS 15327 MIC card
MIC-GEN
ONS 15327 MIC card
OC12
An interface card that supports one or more OC-12 (622Mbs) optical
facilities
OC12-327
ONS 15327 OC12 card
OC12-4
A four port OC12 card
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
OC192-LR-1
An interface card that supports one or more OC-192 optical facilities
OC3
An interface card that supports multiple OC-3 (155Mbs) optical facilities
OC3-327
ONS 15327 OC3 card
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 OC-48 (10Gbs) optical facilities
OC48-327
ONS 15327 OC48 card
OC48-AS-1
An interface card that supports one short range OC-48 (10Gbs) optical
facilities 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
OC48-IR-1
An interface card that supports one intermediate range OC-48 (10Gbs)
optical facility
OC48-LR-1
An interface card that supports one long range OC-48 (10Gbs) optical
facility
OC48-SR-1
An interface card that supports one short range OC-48 (10Gbs) optical
facilities
TCC
The Timing Communication and Control card
XC
A cross-connect card
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Table 4-59 EQPT_TYPE Values (continued)
EQPT_TYPE Values
Description
XCVT
A Cross-Connect card.
XC10G
XC10G Card
XTC
ONS 15327 XTC card
XTC-DS1-14
ONS 15327 XTC DS1-14 card
XTC-DS1-28
ONS 15327 XTC DS1-28 card
XTC-DS1-56
ONS 15327 XTC DS1-56 card
XTC-DS3-3
ONS 15327 XTC DS3-3 card
4.3.27 EQUIP
Indicates the presence of a plug-in unit
Table 4-60 EQUIP Values
EQUIP Values
Description
EQUIP
The unit is Equipped - present
UNEQUIP
The unit is Unequipped - absent
4.3.28 EQUIPMENT_TYPE
Equipment type
Table 4-61 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
E1000T
E1000T card
E100T
E100T card
EC1
EC1 card
G1000-4
A four port G1000 card
MIC
ONS 15327 MIC card
MIC-EXT
ONS 15327 XC-EXT card
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Table 4-61 EQUIPMENT_TYPE Values (continued)
EQUIPMENT_TYPE Values
Description
OC3
OC3 card
OC12
OC12 card
OC12-4
A four port OC12 card
OC48
OC48 card
OC192
OC192 card
TCC
TCC card
XC
XC card
XCVT
XCVT card
XTC
ONS 15327 XTC card
4.3.29 EXT_RING
Indicates if the ring supports the extended K1/K2/K3 protocol
Table 4-62 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
4.3.30 FLOW
Indicates the type of flow control that has been negotiated for an Ethernet port
Table 4-63 FLOW Values
FLOW Values
Description
ASYMMETRIC
Asymmetric flow control
NONE
No flow control
4.3.31 FRAME_FORMAT
The frame format for a T1 port
Table 4-64 FRAME_FORMAT Values
FRAME_FORMAT Values
Description
D4
Frame format is D4
ESF
Frame format is ESF
UNFRAMED
Frame format is unframed
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4.3.32 LINE_BUILDOUT
Line buildout
Table 4-65 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
4.3.33 LINE_CODE
Line code
Table 4-66 LINE_CODE Values
LINE_CODE Values
Description
AMI
Line code value is AMI
B8ZS
Line code value is B8ZS (Bipolar with Three-Zero Substitution)
4.3.34 LOCATION
Identifies the location where the action is to take place
Table 4-67 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
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4.3.35 LPBK_TYPE
Indicates the type of loopback that is to be operated or released
Table 4-68 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
4.3.36 MFS_TYPE
Indicates the maximum frame size used by an Ethernet card
Table 4-69 MFS_TYPE Values
MFS_TYPE Values
Description
1548
Normal frame size
JUMBO
Jumbo frame size
4.3.37 MOD2
Line/Path Modifier
Table 4-70 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
STS9C
STS9C path
STS12C
STS12C path
STS48C
STS48C path
STS192C
STS192C path
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Table 4-70 MOD2 Values (continued)
MOD2 Values
Description
T1
T1/DS1 facility/line
T3
T3/DS3 facility/line
VT1
VT1_5 path
4.3.38 MOD2_IO
Facility/Line Modifier
Table 4-71 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
4.3.39 MOD2ALM
Alarm type for certain generic TL1 commands
Table 4-72 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
STS alarm
STS3C
STS alarm
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Table 4-72 MOD2ALM Values (continued)
MOD2ALM Values
Description
STS6C
STS alarm
STS9C
STS alarm
STS12C
STS alarm
STS48C
STS alarm
STS192C
STS alarm
T1
T1 alarm
T3
T3 alarm
VT1
VT1 alarm
4.3.40 MOD2B
Alarm type for certain generic TL1 commands
Table 4-73 MOD2B Values
MOD2B Values
Description
BITS
BITS alarm
COM
Common alarm
DS1
DS1 alarm
E100
E100 alarm
E1000
E1000 alarm
EC1
EC1 alarm
ENV
ENV alarm
EQPT
EQPT alarm
G1000
G1000 alarm
MIC
MIC Alarm (ONS 15327)
MIC-EXT
MIC-EXT Alarm (ONS 15327)
OC3
OC3 alarm
OC12
OC12 alarm
OC48
OC48 alarm
OC192
OC192 alarm
STS1
STS alarm
STS3C
STS alarm
STS6C
STS alarm
STS9C
STS alarm
STS12C
STS alarm
STS24C
STS alarm
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Table 4-73 MOD2B Values (continued)
MOD2B Values
Description
STS48C
STS alarm
STS192C
STS Alarm
SYNCN
SYNCN alarm
T1
T1 alarm
T3
T3 alarm
TCC
TCC alarm
VT1
VT alarm
XTC
ONS 15327 XTC Alarm
4.3.41 MOD_PATH
STS/VT Path Modifier
Table 4-74 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
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4.3.42 MOD_PORT
Move from MOD2_IO without DS1
Table 4-75 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
4.3.43 MOD_TACC
Test Access Modifier
Table 4-76 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
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4.3.44 MODIFIER
Modifier for certain TL1 commands that are generic in syntax
Table 4-77 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
STS-1 command modifier
STS3C
STS-3C command modifier
STS9C
STS-9C command modifier
STS12C
STS-12C command modifier
STS24C
STS-24C command modifier
STS48C
STS-48C command modifier
SYNCN
Synchronization command modifier
T3
T3/DS3 command modifier
4.3.45 MODULE_OP
Module operation mode
Table 4-78 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
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4.3.46 MSGTYPE
Type of trace message
Table 4-79 MSGTYPE Values
MSGTYPE Values
Description
EXPTRC
Expected incoming Path trace message
INCTRC
Incoming Path trace message
TRC
Outgoing Path trace message
4.3.47 MUX_TYPE
BLSR Extension Byte
Table 4-80 MUX_TYPE Values
MUX_TYPE Values
Description
E2
E2 Byte (orderwire)
F1
F1 Byte (user)
K3
K3 Byte
Z2
Z2 Byte
4.3.48 NOTIF_CODE
The 2-character Notification Code associated with an autonomous message
Table 4-81 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
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4.3.49 OCN_4F
Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in 4F BLSR
Table 4-82 OCN_4F Values
OCN_4F Values
Description
OC48
Optical Carrier level-48 (2.4Gbs)
OC192
Optical Carrier level-192 (10Gbs)
4.3.50 OCN_BLSR
Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in BLSR
Table 4-83 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)
4.3.51 OCN_MONTYPE
OCN monitor type
Table 4-84 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
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4.3.52 OCN_TYPE
Modifier used to differentiate the various levels of OC-N in the ENT/ED/DLT/RTRV commands
Table 4-85 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)
4.3.53 ON_OFF
Disable or Enable an attribute
Table 4-86 ON_OFF Values
ON_OFF Values
Description
N
Disable the attribute
Y
Enable the attribute
4.3.54 OPTICAL_MODE
The facility optical mode
Table 4-87 OPTICAL_MODE Values
OPTICAL_MODE Values
Description
SDH
The SDH optical mode the European format
SONET
The SONET optical mode the American format
4.3.55 OPTICS
The type of gigabyte Ethernet optics in place
Table 4-88 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
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4.3.56 PM_MODE
Identifies the type of PM parameters. Only P type is supported.
Table 4-89 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)
4.3.57 PM_STATE
Directs the named PM mode type - path (P) state
Table 4-90 PM_STATE Values
PM_STATE Values
Description
OFF
Disable the mode
ON
Enable the mode
4.3.58 PRIVILEGE
Security level
Table 4-91 PRIVILEGE Values
PRIVILEGE Values
Description
MAINT
Maintenance security level
PROV
Provisioning security level
RTRV
Retrieve security level
SUPER
Superuser security level
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4.3.59 PRODUCT_TYPE
Product (NE) type
Table 4-92 PRODUCT_TYPE Values
PRODUCT_TYPE Values
Description
15327
Cisco ONS 15327 NE
15454
Cisco ONS 15454 NE
UNKNOWN
Unknown product type
4.3.60 PROTECTION_GROUP
Protection group type
Table 4-93 PROTECTION_GROUP Values
PROTECTION_GROUP Values
Description
1-1
1 to 1 protection group
1-N
1 to N protection group
4.3.61 PST
Primary State. This parameter indicates the current overall service condition of an entity.
Table 4-94 PST Values
PST Values
Description
IS
In-service
OOS
Out-of-Service
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4.3.62 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 4-95 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.
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4.3.63 REVERTIVE_TIME
Revertive time
Table 4-96 REVERTIVE_TIME Values
REVERTIVE_TIME Values
Description
0.5 – 12.0
Revertive time is 0.5 to 12.0 minutes
4.3.64 RNG_TYPE
Defines the type of ring that is to be deployed for this path
Table 4-97 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
4.3.65 SD_BER
The threshold for declaring Signal Degrade on a facility or path
Table 4-98 SD_BER Values
SD_BER Values
Description
1E-5–1E-9
SDBER is the 1E-5–1E-9
4.3.66 SDCC_MODE
Enables or disables the Section Data Communications Channel (SDCC) for the specified facility
Table 4-99 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
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4.3.67 SERV_EFF
Indicates the effect of the alarm on service
Table 4-100 SERV_EFF Values
SERV_EFF Values
Description
NSA
The condition is Non-Service Affecting
SA
The condition is Service Affecting
4.3.68 SF_BER
The threshold for declaring Signal Failure on a facility or path
Table 4-101 SF_BER Values
SF_BER Values
Description
1E-3–1E-5
SFBER is the 1E-3–1E-5
4.3.69 SIDE
The role the unit is playing in the protection group
Table 4-102 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
4.3.70 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 4-103 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
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SST Values
Description
SWDL
Software Downloading
UAS
Unassigned
UEQ
Unequipped
WKR
Working
4.3.71 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 ONS 15454's Equipment state is mapped (roughly) to the Telcordia State Model.
The optional [ ] field in the autonomous messages REPT RMV EQPT and REPT RST EQPT can be
populated with the values below.
The [ ] field is populated by the combination of the PST-PSTQ-SST. For the REPT RMV rr and REPT
RST rr, the optional [ ] field will be populated with just PST.
Table 4-104 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.
4.3.72 STATUS
Indicates whether the unit in the protection pair is active or standby
Table 4-105 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
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4.3.73 STM_TYPE
The Synchronous Transport Mode of the NE
Table 4-106 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
4.3.74 STS_MAP
The payload mapping of a terminated STS path
Table 4-107 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
4.3.75 STS_MONTYPE
STS Monitor Type
Table 4-108 STS_MONTYPE Values
STS_MONTYPE Values
Description
CVP
Coding Violation - P
ESP
Errored Second - Path
SESP
Severely Errored Second - Path
UASP
Unavailable Second - Path
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4.3.76 STS_PATH
Modifier for some of the STS commands. This table does not include STS for the RTRV-CRS command,
because STS is not a standard designator.
Table 4-109 STS_PATH Values
STS_PATH Values
Description
STS1
Synchronous Transport Signal level-1 (51 Mbs)
STS3C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-3 Concatenated (155 Mbs)
STS6C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-6 Concatenated (310 Mbs)
STS9C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-9 Concatenated (465 Mbs)
STS12C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-12 Concatenated (622 Mbs)
STS24C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-24 Concatenated (1240 Mbs)
STS48C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-48 Concatenated (2488 Mbs)
STS192C
Synchronous Transport Signal level-192 (9952 Mbs)
4.3.77 SWITCH
The type of switch to be initiated
Table 4-110 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
4.3.78 SWITCH_TYPE
BLSR switch type
Table 4-111 SWITCH_TYPE Values
SWITCH_TYPE
Values
Description
RING
BLSR ring switch type
SPAN
BLSR span switch type
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4.3.79 SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL
Clock Source Quality Level
Table 4-112 SYNC_CLOCK_REF_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
SYNC_CLOCK_REF_
QUALITY_LEVEL
Values
Description
DUS
Don’t Use for Synchronization
PRS
Primary Reference Source, Stratum 1 Traceable
RES
Reserved for network synchronization use
SMC
SONET Minimum Clock Traceable
ST2
Stratum 2 Traceable
ST3
Stratum 3 Traceable
ST3E
Stratum 3E Traceable (2nd generation only)
ST4
Stratum 4 Traceable
STU
Synchronized, Traceability Unknown
TNC
Transit Node Clock (2nd generation only)
4.3.80 SYNC_GENERATION
Synchronization status message set generation
Table 4-113 SYNC_GENERATION Values
SYNC_GENERATION Values
Description
GEN1
First generation SSM set
GEN2
Second generation SSM set
4.3.81 SYNC_MODE
Synchronization mode
Table 4-114 SYNC_MODE Values
SYNC_MODE Values
Description
FRNG
Reset operation mode
FST
Reset operation mode
HLDOVR
Reset operation mode
NORM
Reset operation mode
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4.3.82 SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL
Reserved for network synchronization quality level
Table 4-115 SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
SYNC_QUALITY_LEVEL Values
Description for Generation-1
Description for Generation-2
ABOVE-PRS
Better than Primary Reference
Source
Better than Primary Reference
Source
ABOVE-STU
Between STU and PRS
Between STU and PRS
ABOVE-ST2
Between ST2 and STU
Between ST2 and STU
ABOVE-TNC
—
Between TNC and ST2
ABOVE-ST3E
—
Between ST3E and TNC
ABOVE-ST3
Between ST3 and ST2
Between ST3 and ST3E
ABOVE-SMC
Between SMC and ST3
Between SMC and ST3
ABOVE-ST4
Between ST4 and SMC
Between ST4 and SMC
BELOW-ST4
Below ST4 but still usable
Below ST4 but still usable
SAME-AS-DUS
Disable the RES message by
equating it to DUS
Disable the RES message by
equating it to DUS
4.3.83 T1_MONTYPE
T1 monitor type
Table 4-116 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
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4.3.84 T3_MONTYPE
T3 monitor type
Table 4-117 T3_MONTYPE Values
T3_MONTYPE Values
Description
CVL
Coding Violation - Line
ESL
Errored Second - Line
SESL
Severely Errored Second - Line
4.3.85 TACC_MODE
Test access mode
Table 4-118 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.
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TACC_MODE
Values
Description
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.
4.3.86 TIMING_MODE
Timing mode for the current node
Table 4-119 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 mixed timing mode
4.3.87 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 4-120 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
4.3.88 TMPER
Performance parameter
Table 4-121 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
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4.3.89 TRCMODE
Path Trace Mode
Table 4-122 TRCMODE Values
TRCMODE Values
Description
AUTO
Use the previously received path trace string as the expected string
AUTO-NO-AIS
Use the previously received path trace string as the expected string and do not
turn on AIS and RDI if TIMP detected
MAN
Use the provisioned expected string as the expected string
MAN-NO-AIS
Use the provisioned expected string as the expected string and do not turn on AIS
and RDI if TIMP detected
OFF
Turn off path trace capability. Nothing will be reported
4.3.90 UNI_BI
Unidirectional and Bidirectional switch operations
Table 4-123 UNI_BI Values
UNI_BI Values
Description
BI
Bidirectional protection switching
UNI
Unidirectional protection switching
4.3.91 USE_DST
Identifies whether Daylight Saving Time is recognized in the area where this NE is deployed.
Table 4-124 USE_DST Values
USE_DST Values
Description
N
Daylight Saving Time is not recognized
Y
Daylight Saving Time is recognized
4.3.92 VALIDITY
Response validity
Table 4-125 VALIDITY Values
VALIDITY Values
Description
COMPL
Complete Response
PRTL
Partial Response
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4.3.93 VT1_5_MONTYPE
VT1_5 Monitor Type
Table 4-126 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
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Ring Provisioning
This chapter provides information and sample procedures for setting up STS or VT circuits over existing
unidirectional path switched ring (UPSR) and bidirectional line switch ring (BLSR) configurations using
TL1, including:
Note
•
UPSR topology
•
UPSR cross-connections
•
Ring-to-ring interconnection
•
1WAY drop and continue
Because the ONS 15454/ONS 15327 implements logical UPSR, there are no defined east and west ports.
Instead, the east STS path for one circuit can exit a different port than the east STS path of another
circuit, even though the west STS paths for both circuits may share the same port.
5.1 UPSR Topology
No special configuration of the physical UPSR topology is required other than connecting the fibers to
the desired ports on the desired nodes. The east and west paths must exit a node at different ports (to
ensure link diversity), but there are no other physical topology restrictions
ONS 15xxx networks give you the option to set up path-protected mesh networks (PPMNs). PPMNs
extend the protection scheme of a UPSR from the basic ring configuration to the meshed architecture of
several interconnected rings. For more information about PPMN refer to the Cisco ONS 15454
Procedure Guide or the Cisco ONS 15327 User Documentation.
5.2 UPSR Cross-Connections
To create a UPSR cross-connection using TL1, you only need to designate whether it is a 1WAY or
2WAY cross-connect, but the access identifier (AID) must be more explicit. For example, to create a
1WAY UPSR circuit over the network with nodes A, B, C, and D and segments A-B, B-D, A-C, C-D as
shown in Figure 5-1, enter the following commands:
ENT-CRS-STS1:A:FROM,TO1&TO2:CTAG1::1WAY;
ENT-CRS-STS1:B:FROM,TO:CTAG2::1WAY;
ENT-CRS-STS1:C:FROM,TO:CTAG3::1WAY;
ENT-CRS-STS1:D:FROM1&FROM2,TO:CTAG4::1WAY;
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Figure 5-1
Network configured with a 1WAY UPSR circuit
ONS 15xxx
Node A
ONS 15xxx
Node C
ONS 15xxx
Node B
= Fiber 1
= Fiber 2
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ONS 15xxx
Node D
5.3 Ring-to-Ring Interconnection
In the following examples, the form “5/1/1” represents “Slot 5, Port 1, STS 1.” For VTs add the normal
VT Group and VT ID extensions. These examples also assume that the slots/ports have been
auto-provisioned (via a plug-in event) and that the ports involved have been placed into the in service
state using a port configuration command, for example, ED-OCN.
For the examples in this section, both rings traverse the same node; therefore, only a single
cross-connection is required to create the ring-to-ring connection. Use the network map shown in
Figure 5-2 with the node named “Cisco” in the nexus.
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Network map with Cisco node showing ring-to-ring interconnection
Node A
Node C
Node E
UPSR
or
2F BLSR
UPSR
or
2F BLSR
Node F
51346
Node
Cisco
Node D
Node B
5.3.1 Sample UPSR to UPSR Connection
Ring 1 = UPSR
Ring 2 = UPSR
This example, illustrated in Figure 5-3, uses a 4-port OC-3 to feed Ring 2. Ring 1 can have any OC-N
trunk card, but the trunk card is most likely a single-port OC-48 or OC-12.
Note
STS 12/3/2 maps to STS-12-8 (((3-1)*3) +2).
The STS calculation formula is: (((Port # -1)*Number of STS per port)+STS#).
Figure 5-3
UPSR to UPSR connection specifications through the Cisco node
Node Cisco
12/3/2
UPSR RING 1
West
East
West
East
UPSR RING 2
6/1/1
13/3/2
51347
5/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-5-1&STS-6-1,STS-12-8&STS-13-8:CTAG1::2WAY; input
format.
This command creates a selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 which is bridged to Ring 2 (12/3/2 and 13/3/2),
as shown in Figure 5-4.
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Figure 5-4
Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
5/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Rx
Selector
13/3/2
Tx
51348
Bridge
12/3/2
Tx
The command also creates a selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2 to a bridge to Ring 1 (5/1/1 and 6/1/1),
as shown in Figure 5-5.
Figure 5-5
Selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2
5/1/1
Tx
6/1/1
Bridge Tx
12/3/2
Rx
13/3/2
Rx
51349
Selector
5.3.2 Sample UPSR to Two-Fiber BLSR Connection
Ring 1 = UPSR
Ring 2 = Two-fiber BLSR
This example, illustrated in Figure 5-6, uses a UPSR end-point with a drop on a two-fiber BLSR and the
west span of the two-fiber BLSR (Ring 2) for the active path of the circuit. The example also uses
multiport addressing for Ring 2 even though a two-fiber BLSR cannot traverse OC-3 and OC-3 is the
only multiport card for this release. This example is based on the future release of a multiport OC-12
that will support two-fiber BLSR. Therefore, assume a 4-port OC-12 card (this is only important for
computing the STS AID for multiport cards) where 13/3/2 = STS-13-26 and where
26 = (((3-1)*12) +2).
Figure 5-6
UPSR to two-fiber BLSR
Node Cisco
12/3/2
UPSR RING 1
West
East
West
East
2F BLSR RING 2
6/1/1
13/3/2
51350
5/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-5-1&STS-6-1,STS12-26:CTAG2::2WAY; input format.
This command creates a selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 which connects to 12/3/2 on Ring 2, as shown
in Figure 5-7.
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Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
5/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Rx
Selector
51351
12/3/2
Tx
The command also creates a bridge from 12/3/2 to Ring 1 (5/1/1 and 6/1/1), as shown in Figure 5-8.
Figure 5-8
Bridge from 12/3/2 to Ring 1
5/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Bridge Rx
51352
12/3/2
Tx
In this configuration a two-fiber BLSR switch can automatically reconnect the selector output to the
protection path on the east port (12/3/2 assuming OC-12) if necessary.
5.3.3 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to UPSR Connection
Ring 1 = Two-fiber BLSR
Ring 2 = UPSR
This example, illustrated in Figure 5-9, uses a UPSR end-point with a drop on a two-fiber BLSR and
uses the east span of the two-fiber BLSR (Ring 1) for the active path of the circuit. For STS addressing,
the UPSR is an OC-3 (e.g. STS-13-8).
Figure 5-9
Two-fiber BLSR to UPSR
Node Cisco
12/3/2
2F BLSR RING 1
West
East
West
East
UPSR RING 2
6/1/1
13/3/2
51353
5/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-6-1,STS-12-8&STS-13-8:CTAG3::2WAY; input format.
This command creates a bridge from 6/1/1 to Ring 2 (12/3/2 and 13/3/2), as shown in Figure 5-10.
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Figure 5-10 Bridge from 6/1/1 to Ring 2
6/1/1
Rx
Bridge
13/3/2
Tx
51354
12/3/2
Tx
The command also creates a selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2 to Ring 1 (6/1/1) as shown in
Figure 5-11.
Figure 5-11 Selector between 12/3/2 and 13/3/2 to Ring 1
6/1/1
Tx
12/3/2
Rx
13/3/2
Rx
51355
Selector
5.3.4 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to Two-Fiber BLSR Connection
Ring 1 = Two-fiber BLSR
Ring 2 = Two-fiber BLSR
All protection for a two-fiber BLSR interconnecting to a two-fiber BLSR is performed at the line level.
You can make the connection with a 2WAY cross-connect from an STS on the working side of the
two-fiber BLSR span of Ring 1 to an STS on the working side of a two-fiber BLSR span on Ring 2. The
connections can be east to east, east to west, west to east, and west to west. This example, illustrated in
Figure 5-12, uses Ring 1 west to Ring 2 east and assumes a 4-port OC-12 in Slots 12 and 13 for
subtending to a two-fiber BLSR (Ring 2).
Figure 5-12 Two-fiber BLSR to two-fiber BLSR
Node Cisco
12/3/2
2F BLSR RING 1
West
East
West
East
2F BLSR RING 2
6/1/1
13/3/2
51356
5/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-5-1,STS-13-26:CTAG4::2WAY; input format.
This command creates a 2WAY connection from 5/1/1 to 13/3/2 as shown in Figure 5-13.
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Figure 5-13 2WAY connection from 5/1/1 to 13/3/2
13/3/2
Tx/Rx
51357
5/1/1
Tx/Rx
5.3.5 Sample Two-Fiber BLSR to Four-Fiber BLSR Connection (ONS 15454)
Ring 1 = Two-fiber BLSR
Ring 2 = Four-fiber BLSR
All protection for a two-fiber BLSR interconnecting to a four-fiber BLSR is performed at the line level.
You can make the connection with a simple 2WAY cross-connection from the appropriate side, east or
west, of the two-fiber BLSR to the working fiber of the appropriate side, east or west, of the four-fiber
BLSR, as shown in Figure 5-14.
Figure 5-14 Two-fiber BLSR to four-fiber BLSR
Node Cisco
5/1/1
6/1/1
2F BLSR RING 1
West
East
4F BLSR RING 2
West
East
work
work
West
East
prot
prot
2/1/1
12/1/1
13/1/1
51358
1/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-1-1,STS-5-1:CTAG5::2WAY; input format.
This command creates a 2WAY connection from 1/1/1 to 5/1/1, as shown in Figure 5-15.
Figure 5-15 2WAY Connection from 1/1/1 to 5/1/1
5/1/1
TxRx
51359
1/1/1
Tx/Rx
In the event of a failure, the software will automatically switch the traffic to the appropriate line and path.
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5.3.6 Sample UPSR to Four-Fiber BLSR Connection (ONS 15454)
Ring 1 = UPSR
Ring 2 = Four-fiber BLSR
This example uses the west span of the four-fiber BLSR (Ring 2) for the active path of the circuit. The
example also assumes that the four-fiber BLSR travels over OC-192 spans, as shown in Figure 5-16.
Figure 5-16 UPSR to four-fiber BLSR
Node Cisco
5/1/190
6/1/190
UPSR RING 1
West
East
4F BLSR RING 2
West
East
work
work
West
East
prot
prot
2/1/1
12/1/190
13/1/190
51360
1/1/1
Use the ENT-CRS-STS1:CISCO:STS-1-1&STS-2-1&STS-5-190:CTAG6::2WAY; input format.
This command creates a selector between 1/1/1 and 2/1/1 to Ring 2 (5/1/190), as shown in Figure 5-17.
Figure 5-17 Selector between 1/1/1 and 2/1/1 to Ring 2 (5/1/190)
1/1/1
Rx
2/1/1
Rx
51362
Selector
5/1/190
The command also creates a bridge from 5/1/190 to Ring 1 (1/1/1 and 2/1/1), as shown in Figure 5-18.
1/1/1
Tx
2/1/1
Tx
5/1/190
Rx
51361
Figure 5-18 Bridge from 5/1/190 to Ring 1 (1/1/1 and 2/1/1)
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5.4 1WAY Drop and Continue
The following examples show how to create a 1WAY drop and continue cross-connect. The examples
use three nodes (Node 1, Node 2, and Node 3) in a ring configuration. Node 1 is the source node, Node 2
has the drop and continue, and Node 3 is the destination.
Figure 5-19 1WAY drop and continue
1/1/1
Source Node
5/1/1
West
6/1/1
East
Node 1
1/1/1
Drop and Continue Node
5/1/1
West
1/1/1
Destination Node
6/1/1
East
5/1/1
West
Node 3
61315
Node 2
6/1/1
East
5.4.1 Sample Node 1 Configuration (Source Node)
Issue the ENT-CRS-STSn::STS-1-1,STS-5-1&STS-6-1:CTAG::1WAY; command on this Node 1.
Figure 5-20 Bridge from 1/1/1 to 5/1/1 and 6/1/1
1/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Tx
61313
Bridge
5/1/1
Tx
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5.4.2 Sample Node 2 Configuration (Drop and Continue Node)
Issue the ENT-CRS-STSn::STS-5-1&STS-6-1,STS-1-1:CTAG::1WAYDC; on this Node 2.
Figure 5-21 Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 to 1/1/1
1/1/1
Tx
5/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Rx
61314
Selector
5.4.3 Sample Node 3 Configuration (Destination Node)
Issue the ENT-CRS-STSn::STS-5-1&STS-6-1,STS-1-1:CTAG::1WAY; on this Node 3.
Figure 5-22 Selector between 5/1/1 and 6/1/1 to 1/1/1
1/1/1
Tx
5/1/1
Rx
6/1/1
Rx
61314
Selector
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TL1 Performance Monitoring
Performance information is continuously monitored and stored in individual performance monitoring
(PM) registers and can be retrieved upon request or when a preset threshold is exceeded. For more
detailed information on performance monitoring, refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Guide and the
Cisco ONS 15327 User Documentation for more information on performance monitoring.
This chapter provides TL1 performance monitoring information for the Cisco ONS 15454 and the
Cisco ONS 15327, including:
•
Performance monitoring by card
•
PM parameters by line type
6.1 Performance Monitoring by Card
Table 6-1
Near-End Section PMs
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
CV-S
X
X
X
ES-S
X
X
X
SES-S
X
X
X
SEFS-S
X
X
X
Table 6-2
Near-End Line PMs
Parameter
DS1,
DS1N
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
Near-End Line
CV-L
X
X
X
ES-L
X
X
X
SES-L
X
X
X
UAS-L
X
X
X
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Table 6-2
Near-End Line PMs (continued)
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
FC-L
OC3
X
PSC
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
X
X
X
(1+1)
(1+1, BLSR)
PSC-R
EC1
X
X
(OC48, OC192)
PSC-S
X
(OC48, OC192)
PSC-W
X
PSD
X
X
(1+1)
(1+1, BLSR)
PSD-R
X
(OC48, OC192)
PSD-S
X
(OC48, OC192)
PSD-W
X
Far-End Line
CV-L FE
X
X
ES-L FE
X
X
FC-L FE
X
X
SES-L FE
X
X
UAS-L FE
X
X
Table 6-3
Near-End DS1 Line PMs
Parameter
DS1,
DS1N
DS1 CV-L
X
DS1 ES-L
X
DS1 SES-L
X
DS1 LOSS-L
X
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
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Table 6-4
Near-End DS3 Line PMs
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
DS3 CV-L
X
X
X
DS3 ES-L
X
X
X
DS3 SES-L
X
X
X
DS3 LOSS-L
X
X
X
Table 6-5
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
OC3
EC1
SONET Path PMs
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
Near-End SONET Path
STS CV-P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
STS ES-P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
STS FC-P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
STS SES-P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
STS UAS-P
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
PPJC-Pdet
X
X
NPJC-Pdet
X
X
PPJC-Pgen
X
X
NPJC-Pgen
X
X
Far-End SONET Path
STS CV-P FE
X
X
X
X
STS ES-P FE
X
X
X
X
STS FC-P FE
X
X
X
X
STS SES-P FE
X
X
X
X
STS UAS-P FE
X
X
X
X
Table 6-6
DS1 Path PMs
Parameter
DS1,
DS1N
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
DS1 Path (Rx and Tx)
DS1 Rx AISS-P
X
DS1 Rx CV-P
X
DS1 Rx ES-P
X
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DS1 Path PMs (continued)
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS1 Rx SAS-P
X
DS1 Rx SES-P
X
DS1 Rx UAS-P
X
DS1 Tx AISS-P
X
DS1 Tx CV-P
X
DS1 Tx ES-P
X
DS1 Tx SAS-P
X
DS1 Tx SES-P
X
DS1 Tx UAS-P
X
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
Near-End DS1 Path
DS1 AISS-P
X
DS1 ES-P
X
DS1 SAS-P
X
DS1 SES-P
X
DS1 UAS-P
X
Table 6-7
DS3 Path PMs
Parameter
DS1,
DS1N
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
Near-End DS3 Path
DS3 AISS-P
X
X
X
DS3 CVP-P
X
X
X
DS3 ESP-P
X
X
X
DS3 SASP-P
X
X
X
DS3 SESP-P
X
X
X
DS3 UASP-P
X
X
X
DS3 CVCP-P
X
X
DS3 ESCP-P
X
X
DS3 SESCP-P
X
X
DS3 UASCP-P
X
X
DS3 CVCP-P FE
X
X
DS3 ESCP-P FE
X
X
Near-End C-bit DS3 Path
Far-End C-bit DS3 Path
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Table 6-7
DS3 Path PMs (continued)
DS1,
DS1N
Parameter
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
DS3 SASCP-P FE
X
X
DS3 SESCP-P FE
X
X
DS3 UASCP-P FE
X
X
Table 6-8
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
VT Path PMs
Parameter
DS1,
DS1N
DS3,
DS3N
DS3-12E,
DS3N-12E
DS3XM
OC3
OC12,
OC48,
OC192
EC1
Near-End VT Path
CV-V
X
X
ES-V
X
X
SES-V
X
X
UAS-V
X
X
CV-V FE
X
X
ES-V FE
X
X
SES-V FE
X
X
UAS-V FE
X
X
Far-End VT Path
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6.2 PM Parameters by Line Type
Table 6-9
Parameter
CVL
PM Parameters by Line Type
OC-N
T1
Y
CVP
CVS
T3
STS
Y
Y
Y
Y
VT1.5
Y
Y
CVV
ESL
Y
Y
ESP
ESS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
ESV
Y
FCP
Y
FCL
Y
PJNEG
Y
PJPOS
Y
PSC
Y
PSD
Y
SASP
SEFS
Y
SESL
Y
SESP
SESS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
SESV
UASL
Y
Y
UASP
Y
Y
UASV
AISSP
Y
Y
Y
Y
CVCPP
Y
ESCPP
Y
LOSSL
Y
SASCPP
Y
SESCPP
Y
UASCPP
Y
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TL1 Alarms and Errors
This chapter provides TL1 alarm and error information supported by the Cisco ONS 15454 and
Cisco ONS 15327, including:
•
Alarms
•
Errors
•
Echo
Each alarm includes a description and severity. Each error is listed by error code and includes error type
and error message. For a list of TL1 conditions, see Table 4-46 on page 4-24.
7.1 Alarms
Refer to “Alarm Troubleshooting” in the Cisco ONS 15454 Troubleshooting Guide and in the
Cisco ONS 15327 User Documentation for complete alarm definitions, trouble notifications, and fault
recovery procedures. The alarms are listed alphabetically by alarmable object:
•
AIP
•
EXT-SREF
•
BITS
•
FAN
•
BPLANE
•
G1000
•
DS1
•
NE
•
DS3
•
NE-SREF
•
E1000F
•
OCN
•
E100(T)
•
STSMON
•
EC1-12
•
STSTRM
•
ENVALRM
•
VT-MON
•
EQPT
•
VT-TERM
For a sample of each TL1 alarm that can be generated by the ONS 15454, refer to the file
15454_r33_tl1_alarms.txt on the Cisco ONS 15454 Software CD in the subdirectory \TL1. For a sample
of each TL1 alarm that can be generated by the ONS 15327, refer to the file 15327_r33_tl1_alarms.txt
on the Cisco ONS 15327 Software CD in the subdirectory \TL1. These files can be used to test an
operations support system’s ability to receive alarms which the ONS 15454/ONS 15327 can raise.
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7.1.1 AIP
Auxiliary interface protection module
Table 7-1
AIP
AIP Alarm
Severity
(Active)
INVMACADR
MA/NSA
The ONS 15454/15327 media access control layer address (MAC
address) is invalid.
MEA
CR/SA
The mismatch between entity/equipment type and provisioned
attributes alarm occurs when the physical card inserted in a slot does
not match the card type that is provisioned for that slot in the CTC.
MFGMEM
CR/SA
The manufacturing data memory failure alarm means that the ONS
15454/15327 cannot access the data on the erasable programmable
read-only memory (EPROM).
Description
7.1.2 BITS
Building integration timing supply (BITS) incoming references (BITS-1, BITS-2)
Table 7-2
BITS
BITS Alarm
Severity
(Active)
LOF
MA/SA
A port on the TCC+/MIC BITS input detects a loss of frame (LOF)
on the incoming BITS timing reference signal.
LOS
MA/SA
The TCC+/MIC card has a loss of signal (LOS) condition from the
BITS timing source.
SSM-FAIL
MI/NSA
Synchronization status messaging failed.
Description
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7.1.3 BPLANE
The backplane
Table 7-3
BPLANE
BPLANE Alarm
Severity
(Active)
MFGMEM
CR/SA
Description
The manufacturing data memory failure alarm means that the ONS
15454/15327 cannot access the data on the erasable programmable
read-only memory (EPROM).
7.1.4 DS1
A DS1 line on a DS1 or DS3XM card
Table 7-4
DS1
DS1 Alarm
Severity
(Active)
LOF
MA/SA
The receiving ONS 15454/15327 has lost frame delineation in the
incoming data.
LOS
MA/SA
A loss of signal (LOS) at the card for either a DS-3 port or a DS-1
port.
RCVR-MISS
MA/SA
The facility termination equipment detects a missing receive cable
on the DS-1 port or a possible mismatch of backplane equipment.
TRMT
MA/SA
There is a transmission failure on the DS-1 card due to an internal
hardware failure.
TRMT-MISS
MA/SA
The facility termination equipment detects a missing transmit cable
on the DS-1 port or a possible mismatch of backplane equipment.
Description
7.1.5 DS3
A DS3 line
Table 7-5
DS3
DS3 Alarm
Severity
(Active)
LOF
CR/SA
The receiving ONS 1545415327 has lost frame delineation in the
incoming data.
LOS
CR/SA
Loss of signal at the card for either a DS-3 port or a DS-1 port.
Description
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7.1.6 E1000F
An Ethernet line on an E1000
Table 7-6
E1000F
E1000F Alarm
Severity
(Active)
CARLOSS
MA/SA
Description
The Ethernet card has lost its link and is not receiving any signal,
even an invalid one.
7.1.7 E100(T)
An Ethernet line on an E10 or E100
Table 7-7
E100(T)
E100T Alarm
Severity
(Active)
CARLOSS
MA/SA
Description
The Ethernet card has lost its link and is not receiving any signal,
even an invalid one.
7.1.8 EC1-12
An EC1 line on an EC1 card (ONS 15454 only)
Table 7-8
EC1-12
EC1-12 Alarm
Severity
(Active)
LOF
CR/SA
The receiving ONS 15454 has lost frame delineation in the
incoming data.
LOS
CR/SA
A port on the reporting EC-1 card has a loss of signal condition. A
SONET receiver detects an all-zero pattern for 10 microseconds or
longer.
Description
7.1.9 ENVALRM
An environmental alarm port on an AIC card (ONS 15454) or MIC card (ONS 15327)
Table 7-9
ENVALRM
ENVALRM
Alarm
Severity
(Active)
EXT
MA/SA
Description
A facility alarm is detected external to the node because an
environmental alarm is present.
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7.1.10 EQPT
A card in any of the card slots. This object is used for alarms that refer to the card itself and all other
objects on the card including ports, lines, STS and VT.
Table 7-10 EQPT
EQPT Alarm
Severity
(Active)
Description
AUTORESET
MI/NSA
The card is performing a warm reboot automatically.
BKUPMEMP
CR/NSA
A problem with the TCC+/XTC card’s flash memory.
CARLOSS
MI/NSA
The Ethernet card has lost its link and is not receiving any signal,
even an invalid one.
CONTBUS-A-18
MA/NSA The main processor on the TCC+/XTC card in Slot 7/Slot 5 has
lost communication with the coprocessor on the second
TCC+/XTC card in Slot 11/Slot 6.
CONTBUS-A
MA/NSA The TCC+/XTC card in Slot 7/Slot 5 has lost communication with
a line card.
CONTBUS-B-18
MA/NSA The main processor on the TCC+/XTC card in Slot 11/Slot 6 has
lost communication with the coprocessor on the TCC+/XTC card
in Slot 7/Slot 5.
CONTBUS-B
MA/NSA The TCC+/XTC card in Slot 11/Slot 6 has lost communication
with a line card.
CTNEQPT-PBPROT
CR/SA
A failure of the main payload between the protect cross-connect
(XC/XCVT/XC10G) card in Slot 10, or the protect XTC card, and
the reporting traffic card.
CTNEQPT-PBWORK
CR/SA
The main payload bus between the active cross-connect
(XC/XCVT/XC10G) card in Slot 8, or the active XTC card, and
the reporting traffic card.
EQPT
CR/SA
A hardware failure occurred on the reporting card.
EXCCOL
MI/NSA
There are too many collisions are occurring on the network
management LAN.
HITEMP
MI/NSA
The temperature of the ONS 15454/ONS 15327 is above 50
degrees Celsius.
IMPROPRMVL
CR/SA
A card was physically removed from its slot before the card was
deleted in CTC.
MEA
CR/SA
The mismatch between entity/equipment type and provisioned
attributes alarm occurs when the physical card inserted in a slot
does not match the card type that is provisioned for that slot in the
CTC.
MEM-GONE
MA/NSA Data generated by software operations exceeds the memory
capacity of the TCC+/XTC card.
MEM-LOW
MI/NSA
Data generated by software operations is close to exceeding the
memory capacity of the TCC+XTC card.
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Table 7-10 EQPT (continued)
Severity
(Active)
EQPT Alarm
Description
PEERNORESPONSE
MA/NSA The switch agent raises a Peer Card Not Responding alarm if
either I/O card in a protection group does not receive a response
to the peer status request message.
SFTWDOWN-FAIL
MI/NSA
The software download from the TCC+/XTC card to the ONS
15454 failed.
SNTP-HOST
MI/NSA
An ONS node serving as an IP proxy for the other ONS nodes in
the ring is not forwarding SNTP information to the other ONS
nodes in the network.
SWMTXMOD
CR/SA
Traffic on the reporting card is lost when this failure occurs.
7.1.11 EXT-SREF
BITS outgoing references (SYNC-BITS1, SYNC-BITS2)
Table 7-11
EXT-SREF
EXT-SREF Alarm
Severity
(Active)
Description
SYNCPRI
MI/NSA
A loss of the primary timing source (reference 1).
SYNCSEC
MI/NSA
A loss of the secondary timing source (reference 2).
SYNCTHIRD
MI/NSA
A loss of the third timing source (reference 3).
7.1.12 FAN
Fan-tray assembly
Table 7-12 FAN
FAN Alarm
Severity
(Active)
EQPT-MISS
CR/SA
Indicates the replaceable fan tray assembly unit is missing or not
fully inserted.
FAN
CR/SA
A problem with the fan-tray assembly.
MEA
CR/SA
The mismatch between entity/equipment type and provisioned
attributes alarm occurs when the physical card inserted in a slot does
not match the card type that is provisioned for that slot in the CTC.
MFGMEM
CR/SA
The manufacturing data memory failure alarm means that the
ONS 15454/ONS 15327cannot access the data on the erasable
programmable read-only memory (EPROM).
Description
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7.1.13 G1000
An Ethernet line on a G1000 (ONS 15454 only)
Table 7-13 G1000
NE Alarm
Severity
(Active)
CARLOSS
MA/SA
A carrier loss on the LAN is the data equivalent of a SONET LOS
alarm. The Ethernet card has lost its link and is not receiving a valid
signal.
TPTFAIL
MA/SA
Indicates a break in the end-to-end Ethernet link integrity feature of the
G1000-4 cards. This alarm indicates a far-end condition and not a
problem with the port reporting TPTFAIL.
Description
7.1.14 NE
The entire network element (SYSTEM)
Table 7-14 NE
NE Alarm
Severity
(Active)
Description
BLSROSYNC
MA/SA
The mapping table needs updating.
DATAFLT
MI/NSA
The database exceeded the capacity of the flash memory on the
TCC+/XTC.
EHIBATVG-A
MA/SA
The voltage level on battery lead A exceeds -56.7 Vdc.
(ONS 15454)
EHIBATVG-B
MA/SA
The voltage level on battery lead B exceeds -56.7 Vdc.
(ONS 15454)
ELWBATVG-A
MA/SA
The voltage on battery feed A is extremely low or has been lost, and
power redundancy is no longer guaranteed. (ONS 15454)
ELWBATVG-B
MA/SA
The voltage on battery feed B is extremely low or has been lost, and
power redundancy is no longer guaranteed. (ONS 15454)
HITEMP
CR/SA
The temperature of the ONS 15454/ONS 15327 is above 50 degrees
Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit).
PRC-DUPID
MA/SA
Two identical node IDs exist in the same ring.
PWR-A
MA/SA
This alarm applies to the NE rack. It is raised when there is no
power supplied to the main power connector or if power is
connected to the backup power connector (Connector B) but not to
Connector A. (ONS 15454)
PWR-B
MA/SA
This alarm applies to the NE rack. It is raised when there is no
power supplied to the backup power connector or if power is
connected to the main power connector (Connector A) but not to
Connector B. (ONS 15454)
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Table 7-14 NE
RING-MISMATCH MA/SA
The Ring ID of the ONS 15454/ONS 15327that is reporting the
alarm does not match the Ring ID of another ONS node in the
BLSR.
SYSBOOT
New software is booting on the TCC+/XTC card.
MA/SA
7.1.15 NE-SREF
Represents the timing status of the NE
Table 7-15 NE-SREF
NE-SREF Alarm
Severity
(Active)
FRNGSYNC
MA/SA
The reporting ONS 15454/ONS 15327 is in free run
synchronization mode.
FSTSYNC
MI/NSA
A fast start synchronization. The ONS 15454/ ONS 15327 is
choosing a new timing reference.
HLDOVRSYNC
MA/SA
A loss of primary/secondary timing reference.
SYNCPRI
MI/NSA
A loss of the primary timing source (reference 1).
SYNCSEC
MI/NSA
A loss of the secondary timing source (reference 2).
SYNCTHIRD
MI/NSA
A loss of the third timing source (reference 3).
Description
7.1.16 OCN
An OCN line on an OCN card
Table 7-16 OCN
OCN Alarm
Severity
(Active)
APSB
MI/NSA
The line terminating equipment detects protection switching byte
failure in the incoming automatic protection switching (APS) signal
if an inconsistent APS byte or invalid code is detected.
APSCDFLTK
MI/NSA
A BLSR is not properly configured.
APSC-IMP
MI/NSA
Invalid K bytes.
APSCINCON
MI/SA
The SONET overhead contains K1/K2 APS bytes that notify
receiving equipment, such as the ONS 15454/ONS 15327, to switch
the SONET signal from a working to a protect path.
APSCM
MA/SA
The ONS 15454/ONS 15327 expects a working channel but receives
a protection channel.
APSCNMIS
MA/SA
The node ID contained in the K2 byte of the APS channel being
received is not present in the ring map.
Description
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Table 7-16 OCN (continued)
OCN Alarm
Severity
(Active)
APSMM
MI/NSA
There is a mismatch of the protection switching schemes at the two
ends of the span.
AUTOLSROFF
CR/SA
The OC-192 card temperature exceeds 90 degrees Centigrade. The
internal equipment automatically shuts down the OC-192 laser
when the card temperature rises to prevent the card from
self-destructing.(ONS 15454)
AUTORESET
MI/NSA
A card performs a warm reboot automatically.
EOC
MA/NSA
The ONS 15454/ONS 15327 has lost its data communications
channel (DCC).
E-W-MISMATCH
MA/SA
Nodes in a ring have an east slot/port misconnected to another east
slot/port or a west slot/port misconnected to another west slot/port.
FEPRLF
MI/NSA
An automatic protection switching channel failure on a signal
coming into the node.
LOF
CR/SA
A port on the reporting OC-N card has an LOF condition.
LOS
CR/SA
A port on the reporting OC-N card has a LOS condition.
SSM-FAIL
MI/NSA
Synchronization status messaging received by the ONS
15454/ONS 15327 failed
Description
7.1.17 STSMON
STS alarm detection at the monitor point (upstream of cross-connect)
Table 7-17 STSMON
STSMON Alarm
Severity
(Active)
CONCAT
CR/SA
The transmitted STSc circuit is smaller than the provisioned STSc
causing a mismatch of the circuit type on the concatenation facility.
FAILTOSW
MI/NSA
Fail to switch to protection.
LOP-P
CR/SA
A loss of pointer (LOP) condition at the path level.
PLM-P
CR/SA
A signal label mismatch failure (SLMF).
TIM-P
MI/NSA
The expected path trace string does not match the received path
trace string.
UNEQ-P
CR/SA
The path does not have a valid sender.
Description
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7.1.18 STSTRM
STS alarm detection at termination (downstream of cross-connect)
Table 7-18 STSTRM
STSTRM Alarm
Severity
(Active)
Description
LOP-P
CR/SA
A loss of pointer (LOP) condition at the path level.
PLM-P
CR/SA
A signal label mismatch failure (SLMF).
TIM-P
MI/NSA
The expected path trace string does not match the received path trace
string. Path trace mode can be set to auto or manual for this alarm to
occur.
UNEQ-P
CR/SA
The path does not have a valid sender.
7.1.19 VT-MON
VT1 alarm detection at the monitor point (upstream of cross-connect)
Table 7-19 VT-MON
VT-MON Alarm
Severity
(Active)
Description
AUTOSW-LOP MI/SA
Automatic UPSR protection switching took place because of an
LOP alarm.
AUTOSWUNEQ
MI/SA
Automatic UPSR protection switching took place because of an
UNEQ alarm.
LOP-V
MA/SA
A loss of pointer at the VT level.
UNEQ-V
MA/SA
The node is receiving SONET path overhead with bits 5, 6 and 7 of
the V5 overhead byte all set to zeroes. The failure has occurred at
the VT layer.
7.1.20 VT-TERM
VT1 alarm detection at termination (downstream of cross-connect)
Table 7-20 VT-TERM
Severity
VT-TERM Alarm (Active)
Description
LOP-V
MA/SA
A loss of pointer at the VT level.
PLM-V
MI/SA
The content of the V5 byte in the SONET overhead is inconsistent
or invalid.
UNEQ-V
MA/SA
The node is receiving SONET path overhead with bits 5, 6 and 7 of
the V5 overhead byte all set to zeroes. The failure has occurred at
the VT layer.
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7.2 Errors
Errors may be generated by any command or command response message. The format of an error
message is as follows:
SID DATE TIME
M CTAG DENY
<ERRCDE>
/* <ERRMSG> */
;
Table 7-21 Error Codes
Error Code
(ERRCDE)
Error Type
Error Message (ERRMSG)
EANS
EQUIPAGE
Access Not Supported
EATN
EQUIPAGE
Not Valid for Access Type
EFON
EQUIPAGE
Feature Option not Provided
EN2T
EQUIPAGE
Not 2-wire Terminate and Leave
ENAC
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Alarm Cutoff
ENAD
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Audit Capability
ENAR
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Automatic Reconfiguration
ENAT
EQUIPAGE
Request Not Valid for Access Type
ENDG
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Diagnostic Capability
ENDS
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Duplex Switching
ENEA
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Error Analysis Capability
ENEQ
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped
ENEX
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Exercise Capability
ENFE
EQUIPAGE
Feature not Provided
ENFL
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Fault Locating
ENHN
EQUIPAGE
Not Hybrid Network
ENMB
EQUIPAGE
Not Multipoint Bridge
ENMD
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Memory Device
ENPM
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Performance Monitoring
ENPS
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Protection Switching
ENRE
EQUIPAGE
Not Recognized Equipage
ENRI
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Retrieving Specified Information
ENRS
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Restoration
ENSA
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Scheduling Audit
ENSG
EQUIPAGE
Not Software Generic
ENSI
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped for Setting Specified Information
ENSS
EQUIPAGE
Not Equipped with Synchronization Switching
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Table 7-21 Error Codes (continued)
Error Code
(ERRCDE)
Error Type
Error Message (ERRMSG)
ENTL
EQUIPAGE
Not Terminate and Leave
ERLC
EQUIPAGE
Red-Lined Circuit
ERNS
EQUIPAGE
RTU Does Not Support Command
ESPG
EQUIPAGE
Software Program
ETNS
EQUIPAGE
TSC Does Not Support Command
FNCR
FAULT
NE Failure - Circuit Restored to Last Condition - Monitor or
Terminate
FNDT
FAULT
No Dial Tone Detected
FNEC
FAULT
NTE Has Lost 8-KHZ Byte Clock
FNSC
FAULT
NTE Has Lost 16-KHZ Byte Clock
FRCE
FAULT
RTU Component or Configuration Error
FRDA
FAULT
RTU Does Not Answer the Call
FREC
FAULT
RTU Eight KHZ Byte Clock Lost
FRNR
FAULT
RTU Does Not Reply
IBEX
INPUT
Block Extra
IBMS
INPUT
Block Missing
IBNC
INPUT
Block Not Consistent
ICNV
INPUT
Command Not Valid
IDMS
INPUT
Data Missing
IDNC
INPUT
Data Not Consistent
IDNV
INPUT
Data Not Valid
IDRG
INPUT
Data Range Error
IIAC
INPUT
Invalid Access Identifier (AID)
IICM
INPUT
Invalid Command
IICT
INPUT
Invalid Correlation Tag
IIDT
INPUT
Invalid Data Parameter
IIFM
INPUT
Invalid Data Format
IIPG
INPUT
Invalid Parameter Grouping
IISP
INPUT
Invalid Syntax or Punctuation
IITA
INPUT
Invalid Target Identifier
INAC
INPUT
Access Number Not Correct
INUP
INPUT
Non-Null Unimplemented Parameter
IPEX
INPUT
Parameter Extra
IPMS
INPUT
Parameter Missing
IPNC
INPUT
Parameter Not Consistent
IPNV
INPUT
Parameter Not Valid
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Table 7-21 Error Codes (continued)
Error Code
(ERRCDE)
Error Type
Error Message (ERRMSG)
ISCH
INPUT
Syntax Invalid Character
ISPC
INPUT
Syntax Punctuation
ITSN
INPUT
Invalid/Inactive Test Session Number
PICC
PRIVILEGE
Illegal Command Code
PIMA
PRIVILEGE
Invalid Memory Address
PIMF
PRIVILEGE
Invalid Memory File
PIUC
PRIVILEGE
Illegal Privilege Code
PLNA
PRIVILEGE
Login Not Active
RABY
RESOURCE
All Taps Busy
RALB
RESOURCE
All Units of Requested Type are Busy
RANB
RESOURCE
Access Network Busy
RCBY
RESOURCE
Circuit Busy
RCIN
RESOURCE
Requested Circuit ID Does Not Exist
RNAN
RESOURCE
Requested NE Access Number Does Not Exist
RNAU
RESOURCE
Requested NE Access Number Unassigned
RNBY
RESOURCE
NE is Busy
RRCP
RESOURCE
Unit Specified by Routing Code Busy
RRNG
RESOURCE
Requested Changes Exceeds Range
RTBY
RESOURCE
Requested Tap Busy
RTEN
RESOURCE
Requested Tab Does Not Exist
RTUB
RESOURCE
Test Unit Busy
SAAL
STATUS
Already Allowed
SAAS
STATUS
Already Assigned
SABT
STATUS
Aborted
SACS
STATUS
Access Unit Cannot Sync on Facility Signal
SADC
STATUS
Already Disconnected
SADS
STATUS
Access Unit in Diagnostic State
SAIN
STATUS
Already Inhibited
SAIS
STATUS
Already In-Service
SAMS
STATUS
Already in Maintenance State
SAOP
STATUS
Already Operated
SAOS
STATUS
Already Out-of-Service
SAPF
STATUS
Access Path Continuity Check Failed
SAPR
STATUS
Already in Protection State
SARB
STATUS
All Resources Busy
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Table 7-21 Error Codes (continued)
Error Code
(ERRCDE)
Error Type
Error Message (ERRMSG)
SATF
STATUS
Automatic Test Failed
SCAT
STATUS
Circuit is Already Connected to Another Tap
SCBS
STATUS
Channel Busy
SCIS
STATUS
Circuit in Split Condition
SCNA
STATUS
Command Not Able to be Aborted
SCNF
STATUS
Command Not Found
SCNS
STATUS
Circuit Not in Split Condition
SCOS
STATUS
Channel Out-of-Service
SCSD
STATUS
Can't Split DS0B Circuit
SCSN
STATUS
Invalid Command Sequence
SDAS
STATUS
Diagnosis Already Started
SDBE
STATUS
Internal Data Base Error
SDFA
STATUS
Duplex Unit Failed
SDLD
STATUS
Duplex Unit Locked
SDNA
STATUS
Dumple Unit Not Available
SDNC
STATUS
Input Data is Not Consistent With NE Data
SDNR
STATUS
Data Not Ready
SDNS
STATUS
Diagnosis Not Started Yet
SEOS
STATUS
NTE is Out-of-Service
SFAS
STATUS
Fault Locating Already Started
SFNS
STATUS
Fault Locating Not Started yet
SFYA
STATUS
Facility Reports Amber Alarm
SLNS
STATUS
Log Not Started Yet
SLOS
STATUS
TSC to RTU Link Out-of-Service
SNCC
STATUS
Not Cross-Connected
SNCN
STATUS
NTE Unable to Execute Command
SNDS
STATUS
NTE is in a Diagnostic State
SNIM
STATUS
NTE Access Complete, Circuit was in Monitor State
SNIS
STATUS
Not in Service
SNML
STATUS
No Monitor Line Established
SNNB
STATUS
NTE Could Not Sync on DS0B Signal
SNNS
STATUS
NTE Could Not Sync on DS-1 Signal
SNOS
STATUS
NTE is Out-of-Service
SNPR
STATUS
Not in Protection State
SNRM
STATUS
System Not in Restoration Mode
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Table 7-21 Error Codes (continued)
Error Code
(ERRCDE)
Error Type
Error Message (ERRMSG)
SNRS
STATUS
Not Reserved
SNSR
STATUS
No Switch Request Outstanding
SNVS
STATUS
Not in Valid State
SNYA
STATUS
NTE has Detected an Amber Alarm
SOSE
STATUS
Operating System Error
SOST
STATUS
Out-of-Service, Testing
SPFA
STATUS
Protection Unit Failed
SPLD
STATUS
Protection Unit Locked
SPNA
STATUS
Process Not Able to be Aborted
SPNF
STATUS
Process Not Found
SRAC
STATUS
Requested Access Configuration is Invalid
SRAN
STATUS
Unable to Release Access System
SRCI
STATUS
Requested Command(s) Inhibited
SRCN
STATUS
Requested Condition Already Exists
SROF
STATUS
Requested Operation Failed
SROS
STATUS
Required RTU Out of Service
SRQN
STATUS
Invalid Request
SRTN
STATUS
Unable to Release Tap
SRTO
STATUS
Reply Timeout Occurred
SSCE
STATUS
Systemic (SNIDER) Communications Error
SSNG
STATUS
Subrate Selected is Incorrect
SSNP
STATUS
Speed Selected is Incorrect
SSNQ
STATUS
Test Signal Not QRS
SSRD
STATUS
Switch Request Denied
SSRE
STATUS
System Resources Exceeded
STAB
STATUS
Test Aborted
STLC
STATUS
Tap Unable to Locate Channel
STNO
STATUS
TSC/RTU to TAU Link Out of service
STOS
STATUS
Test Access Unit Out of Service
STTI
STATUS
Tap Idle
SWFA
STATUS
Working Unit Failed
SWLD
STATUS
Working Unit Locked
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7.3 Echo
In order to improve telnet functionality for automated systems, the echo function has been turned off
since ONS 15454 Release 3.0. This change is transparent to users running standard UNIX-compliant
telnet clients; however, PC users may need to change their client setup to enable “local echo.” This is
normally accomplished by a pull-down menu or a preference attribute.
To test the local echo on your PC client, use the RTRV-HDR command. If you receive a response but no
data, set local echo ON. Cisco recommends that you close any windows containing sensitive information
after exiting a TL1 session.
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autonomous message tag see ATAG
A
access identifier see AID
access identifiers see AID
AID
1-4, 4-5
BLSR
alarmable object
alarm codes
critical
7-1
setting up STS or VT circuits
1-5
1-5
minor
1-5
C
cards
non-alarm
1-5
alarms, TL1
7-1
7-2
BITS
improper removal
DENY
7-3
1-7
PRTL
1-7
7-3
command syntax
DS3
7-3
conditions
E100T
7-4
CTAG
7-4
7-4
7-5
EXT-SREF
FAN
1-4, 4-18
1-7
autoprovision
DS3-E card
7-6
unframed
1-7
1-7
1-7
7-6
G1000
7-7
D
7-7
NE-SREF
OCN
7-8
7-8
7-9
STSTRM
7-10
VT-MON
7-10
VT-TERM
default values
BLSR
STSMON
ATAG
4-24
CTC, TL1
ENVALRM
EQPT
1-4
correlation tag see CTAG
7-4
EC1-12
1-7
1-7
DS1
E1000F
7-5
command completion behavior
CMPLD
7-2
BPLANE
NE
5-1
1-5
major
AIP
B
7-10
1-5, 4-18
4-1
4-1
cross connections
4-1
environmental alarms and controls
equipment
performance
ports
4-2
4-2
4-2
4-3
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SONET line protection
STS and VT paths
synchronization
4-4
O
4-4
4-5
open a TL1 session
1-2
via craft interface
1-3
via CTC
E
1-2
via telnet
echo
operations support system see OSS
7-16
end-point network element see TL1 gateway, ENE
errors
1-2
OSS
2-1
7-11
error code
7-11
error message
error type
P
7-11
parameter types
7-11
performance monitoring see PM
Ethernet
carrier loss
4-18 to 4-65
7-7
PID
3-31, 3-36, 3-44, 3-59
PM
6-1
by card
G
6-1
parameters by line type
6-6
gateway network element see TL1 gateway, GNE
port
gateway see TL1 gateway
provisioning see security levels
I
R
intermediate network element see TL1 gateway, INE
remote test unit see RTU
International Telecommunications Union see ITU
retrieve see security levels
ITU
ring provisioning
1-1
1-2
5-1
1WAY drop and continue
L
login
BLSR
5-1
bridge
5-4
destination node
1-1
5-9
5-10
drop and continue node
5-10
ring-to-ring interconnection
M
selector
maintenance see security levels
Man-Machine Language see MML
mixed mode timing
MML
1-7
1-1
5-2
5-3
source node
5-9
two-fiber BLSR to four-fiber BLSR connection (ONS
15454) 5-7
two-fiber BLSR to two-fiber BLSR connection
two-fiber BLSR to UPSR connection
monitor circuits
1-9
UPSR
5-6
5-5
5-1
UPSR to four-fiber BLSR connection (ONS 15454)
5-8
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UPSR to two-fiber BLSR connection
UPSR to UPSR connection
RTU
5-4
test access tab in CTC
test circuits
5-3
TID
1-12
1-9
1-4
timing, mixed mode
TL1
S
1-9
1-7, 3-58
1-1
TL1 commands
security, user
descriptions
1-6, 3-63
security idle times
listed by card (ONS 15327)
1-6
security levels
1-6
E10/100
maintenance
1-6
OC12
provisioning
1-6
OC3
retrieve
sessions
CTC
1-2
setting up TL1 communication
specification characters
AIC
3-17
DS1
3-6
DS1N
1-1
DS3
1-4
superuser see security levels
T
TACC
3-18
4 port OC12
1-3
1-2
telnet
3-21
listed by card (ONS 15454)
1-1
craft interface
3-21
3-19
XTC
1-6
1-9, 3-37, 3-39, 3-47, 3-61, 3-62
changing test access modes
1-15
connecting test access points
1-14
DS3E
3-8
DS3N
3-7
DS3NE
3-8
DS3XM
3-9
E1000
3-15
E100T
3-15
EC1
3-5
G1000
3-5
deleting test access points
1-15
OC12
3-11
loop E and F modes
mode definition
modes
OC192
OC3
1-12
3-10
3-13
OC48AS
1-10
split A and B access modes
1-13
TCC+
split E and F access modes
1-11
XC
TAP
1-14
target identifier see TID
test access point see TAP
test access see TACC
3-15
OC48
1-10
3-12
3-7
1-14
1-15
3-5
3-6
creating test access points
disconnecting test access modes
3-18
3-20
OC48
1-6
superuser
3-30 to 3-181
3-14
3-16
3-16
XC10G
XCVT
3-17
3-16
listed by category
BLSR
3-1
3-1
cross connections
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environmental alarms and controls
equipment
fault
log
3-2
3-2
3-2
performance
ports
3-2
3-3
security
3-3
SONET line protection
STS and STS paths
synchronization
system
3-3
3-3
3-4
3-4
test access
testing
3-4
3-4
UPSR switching
3-4
listed by command, category and card
TL1 gateway
2-2
2-2
DCC TCP/IP
ENE
2-1
GNE
2-1
implementing
INE
3-22
2-1
concurrent communication sessions
DCC
3-2
2-1
2-4
2-1
log into a remote ENE
log out of a remote ENE
resource pool
2-5
2-5
2-2
transaction language 1 see TL1
U
UID
1-4, 3-31, 3-44, 3-59
UPSR
1WAY cross-connection
5-1
2WAY cross-connection
5-1
cross-connections
PPMN
5-1
5-1
setting up STS or VT circuits
topology
5-1
5-1
user identifier see UID
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